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What to Watch This Weekend: October 28-30

Tonight catch all new episodes of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Say Yes to the Dress, and a showing of Valentine's Day, tomorrow GLAAD Media Award's nominated film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and on Sunday all new episodes of The Good Wife, Desperate Housewives, Boardwalk Empire, and Hung.

What to Watch: Friday October 28

9:00pm Extreme Makeover: Home Edition ABC (2 hr) NEW

Catch back to back episodes of a 2 part story about a couple raising two autistic children.

9:00pm Say Yes to the Dress TLC (30 min) NEW

What's in store for Kleinfeld Bridal tonight? Will the bride be satisfied? Find out tonight!

9:00pm Valentine's Day HBO Signature (90 mins) REPEAT

Some of Hollywood's leading faces, including Ashton Kutcher, Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Anne Hathaway, and Queen Latifah, star in this romantic comedy about Valentine's Day.

What to Watch: Saturday October 29

7:00pm Scott Pilgrim vs. The World HBO Signature (2 hrs) REPEAT

The GLAAD Media Award nominated film about a boy having to fight all his girlfriend's exes.

What to Watch: Sunday October 30

9:00pm The Good Wife CBS (1 hr) NEW

Eli's ex-wife pays him a visit and asks for his support for her possible political campaign.

9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW

Bree, Gaby, and Lynette have to dig up and move Alejandro's body.

9:00pm Boardwalk Empire HBO (1 hr) NEW

Will Nucky be able to hold on to the reigns or will Jimmy end up on top? See who pulls ahead in the race to take Atlantic City.

10:00pm Hung HBO (30 min) NEW

Ray got arrested last episode for prostitution. Will he have to sleep his way out of jail?

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