More than 1,500 New Yorkers gathered today in Manhattan to mourn the death of a 32 year-old gay man, who was shot down on Friday just blocks away from the historic Stonewall Inn in an apparent act of anti-gay bias.
What to Watch This Weekend: September 30-October 2
Tonight catch an all new Unleashed by Garo, on Saturday the film's Valentine's Day and He's Just Not That Into You, and on Sunday all new episodes of Amazing Race, Desperate Housewives, American Dad, The Good Wife, Cleveland Show, and Boardwalk Empire.
What to Watch: Friday September 30
9:00pm Unleashed by Garo Sundance (1 hr) NEW
Garo designs a 10-year-old girl's birthday suit as well as an outfit for a Chinese New Year's party.
What to Watch: Saturday October 1
8:30pm He's Just Not That Into You, USA (2 hrs) REPEAT
A group of interconnected singles and marrieds are put under the microscope in this romantic comedy about those in love and those simply not into it.
9:00pm Valentine's Day, HBO Signature (90 min) REPEAT
Catch an all-star cast featuring Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx, Bradley Cooper, and many more in this romantic comedy about Valentine's day and all the things that go right, and often wrong, in matters of love.
What to Watch: Sunday October 2
9:00pm Desperate Housewives ABC (1 hr) NEW
Susan succumbs to the gult of helping Carlos conceal his crime, but not for long! Gaby plans a suprise for Carlos, and Bree learns something about Chuck's past.
8:00pm Amazing Raze 19 CBS (1 hr) NEW
The cast members are done with Taiwan and now off to Indonesia for a double elimination episode! Ron Zeitz and Bill Smith, we are rooting for you!
9:00pm Boardwalk Empire HBO (1 hr) NEW
After Nucky's arrest in last week's episode, his legal problems continue to hound him.
9:00pm The Good Wife CBS (1 hr) NEW
9:30pm American Dad Fox (30 min) NEW
The Smiths decide to stay home and fight to survive when a storm hits Langley Falls,
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