TV Junkie: Hannity All Alone; Hugh Laurie Hosts 'SNL'; 'Survivor'/'Dexter'/'Californication' Finales
It's official, Sean Hannity is the only entity that ever existed on "Hannity and Colmes". Alan Colmes has left the show and will not be replaced but he was always treated as either invisible or a punching bag. When watching the show, it was amazing to note that Hannity would either shout Colmes down or Colmes' microphone would seem to get magically weaker. If we were naive we could hope that this is a harbinger of the death of this kind of programming but look at the political entities we are dealing with.
[Plus, you gotta love Hall & Oates paying "tribute" to Alan Colmes on last night's "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"]
Just a few more days of new programming to go before we head into a two-week hiatus. The big highlights of the weekend, are Hugh Laurie hosting "SNL" and the "Dexter"/"Californication" finales - oh wait, there's that thing called "Survivor" which some people still watch.
The TV Junkie Plan: Tonight - "Crash", Letterman, Conan; Saturday - "A Miser Brothers' Christmas", "SNL" (Hugh Laurie!); Sunday - "Dexter", "Californication"
[weekend TV listings and picks of note after the jump...]