December 2007

Friday, January 11
10-11 p.m. – Just For Laughs: The Lost Tapes

A 15-part, stand-up series featuring never-before-seen raw performances from the famed Montreal Just For Laughs festival. Performers include: Tommy Tiernan; Ian Bagg; David Cross; Uno Lanka; John Henson; Rich Hall; Janeane Gerofalo; Barry Julien, Dave Foley; STOMP , and Mark Lamarr.

Tuesday, January 8

9-9:30 p.m. – The Simpsons – “Two Bad Neighbours”

The Simpsons have some new neighbors – Former President George Bush & his wife. Homer, however, has an instant disliking of Bush, which is made worse when he gives Bart a spanking.

Tuesday, January 15

9 – 9:30 p.m. ET/PT – The Simpsons – “Bart On The Road” (R)

After obtaining a fake driving license, Bart hires a car and takes Milhouse, Nelson, and Martin on a road trip. Meanwhile, Lisa spends time with Homer at the power plant.

Monday, January 7
11 p.m. – 12 a.m. ET/PT – Tom Green’s House Tonight ** PREMIERE **

Screw network studios and their green rooms, dressing rooms and gift bags! Tom Green would rather do a talk show from his living room. Each night Green chats with fans across North America and around the world via webcam and his home phone line. On any given night he might take a webcam tour of a viewers’ dorm room or have a caller help him interview a celebrity guest. What you won’t find are big shot TV executives, just his dogs, his parrot Rex Murphy, and a couple buddies who volunteer to help flip the switches.

Monday, January 14
11 p.m. – 12 a.m. ET/PT – Tom Green’s House Tonight

Tom Green’s new nightly talk show, produced out of Green’s L.A. living room airs each night this week at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Monday, January 21
11 p.m. – 12 a.m. ET/PT – Tom Green’s House Tonight

Tom Green’s new nightly talk show, produced out of Green’s L.A. living room airs each night this week at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Monday, January 28
11 p.m. – 12 a.m. ET/PT – Tom Green’s House Tonight

Tom Green’s new nightly talk show, produced out of Green’s L.A. living room airs each night this week at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT.

Monday, January 7

10–11 p.m. ET/PT – My Life on the D-List (R)

Kathy Griffin has had a roller coaster year with professional highs and personal lows. Her tour
schedule is busier than ever so she’s hired an assistant for her assistant and a tour manager to
help pick up the slack. Even more exciting, Griffin has her biggest “A” list gig of all time coming up
playing Carnegie Hall and she’s milking it for all it’s worth!

Monday, January 14

10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT – My Life on the D-List (R)

Kathy Griffin’s jumping back into the dating world and this time around she’s dating men for their true worth: publicity. Griffin will go on her first “D” list date with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter and do whatever it takes to get her photo in the paper with this hot young man. Griffin also does whatever it takes to sell tickets on her Michigan tour where ticket sales hover at 47 per cent. To boost sales, she does several “D” list stunts including a chili cook-off, visiting a local fan, and making her staff walk the streets wearing promotional sandwich boards.

Monday, January 21

10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT – My Life on the D-List (R)

Kathy Griffin is doing comedy on friend Rosie O’Donnell’s lesbian cruise. Determined to “crack” the lesbians’ funny bones, Griffin picks the brainpower of “A” list lesbian Jackie Warner of Bravo’s Work Out fame. But before the cruise, Griffin receives devastating news that her father is in the hospital and may not make it.

Monday, January 28

10 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT – My Life on the D-List (R)

Since the death of her father, Kathy Griffin has been thinking about her own legacy. She has an audition with the Home Shopping Network to hock housewares and develop her own line of products. Griffin invites her mother to move in with her and the two must navigate how to live under the same roof for the first time in 25 years.

Sunday, January 6
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – Drawn Together – “Toot Goes Bollywood”

Wooldoor hypnotizes Foxxy to try to discover why she is such a whore. Indians mistake Toot to be the Great Talking Cow and they take her to India.

Sunday, January 13
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – Drawn Together – “Breakfast Food Killer”

Wooldoor becomes the cereal mascot of Quackers cereal after the original mascot is mysteriously murdered. Wooldoor is brainwashed by Frankenberry when he becomes obsessed with Crunchberries. Toot discovers that the cereal industry is evil and she and Foxxy try to bring them down before they lose Wooldoor forever.

Sunday, January 20 (cont’d)

9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – Drawn Together – “Charlotte’s Web of Lies”

A spider has a one night stand with Spanky Ham, and relationship quickly turns into a fatal attraction. Meanwhile, Captain Hero comes face to face with his arch nemesis, and forges an unlikely bond. We also learn the origin of Ling-Ling’s violent tendencies – he never truly wanted to be a fighter, oh no, all he wanted to do was dance.

Sunday, January 27

9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – Drawn Together – “American Idol Parody Clip Show”

The housemates look back at the season and compete to stay in the house in an American Idol type competition, while they are forced to sing some show favorites with some new twists.

Sunday, January 6

6:30– 7 p.m. ET/PT – Comedy Now! – Miller Crosby (R)

Originally from Ottawa, Miller Crosby has studied improvisation, acting, clown and mask, bouffon, creative writing and tap. One of Canada’s top stand-up comics, her dry wit and droll delivery makes Miller’s act a treat for all thinking comedy fans. Her take on the workplace, her large family and her relationships have made her a favourite at comedy clubs throughout the country. With television performances on Comics!, She’s So Funny, Adventured in Comedy, The Dish Show and Bedtime With Brent Butt, Miller has become the one people in television go to for a guaranteed funny appearance.

Sunday, January 13

6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. ET/PT – Comedy Now! – Chuck Byrn (R)

In 1994, Chuck Byrn performed for the first time on amateur night at a local comedy club in Vancouver. That was all it took. Using observational humour, straight joke telling, one-liners, filth, fluff, insight and stories, Byrn’s comedic style has something for everybody.

Sunday, January 20

6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. ET/PT – Comedy Now! – Ryan Belleville (R)

Calgary boy Ryan Belleville, began his comedy career at the Loose Moose Theatre Company, a place now regarded as one of the best training grounds for improvisation in the world. Ryan performed weekly and very quickly rose through the ranks and began to do street shows whenever he got the chance doing anything from eating fire to doing comedy routines with other Loose Moosers. Belleville then went on to tour the improv and street show festivals in Canada and Australia including the Edmonton Fringe Festival, the Saskatoon Fringe Festival, the Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Melbourne Comedy Festival.

Saturday, January 5

10 – 10:30 p.m. – Comedy Central Presents: Mitch Hedberg (R)

Mitch Hedberg shares his unorthodox solutions to life’s little problems in this mind-altering 30-minute stand-up special. Known for his dry, observational wit, clever wordplay and whimsical low-key style, Hedberg entertains with signature jokes like “Blocking the fire exits” and “Smacky the Frog.” A regular on The Late Show with David Letterman and Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, he was dubbed the “Kurt Cobain of Stand-Up Comedy” because of his long hair, laid back attitude, drug addiction, and Seattle background. Hedberg died of a drug overdose in March 2005 at the age of 37.

Saturday, January 5
10:30 –11 p.m. – Comedy Central Presents: Dane Cook (R)

Rolling Stone Magazine’s “Hot Comic of the Year,” Dane Cook, is a self-proclaimed rock n’ roll junkie. He confesses his twisted desires and lets it all hang out in his no-holds-barred, 30-minute stand-up special. A Tonight Show and Late Show regular, Cook recently co-hosted the 2006 Teen Choice Awards with Jessica Simpson. One of the highest charting comedians on the Billboard 200, his CD/DVD, Retaliation, debuted at No. 4 and recently went platinum.

Saturday, January 12

10-11:30 p.m. ET/PT – The Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav (R)

After 30 years in the business, Flavor Flav is getting clocked – literally. Roasters include Roast Master Katt Williams, Carrot Top, Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Kimmel, Ice-T, Snoop Dogg and Brigitte Neilsen, among others. And throughout the evening, DJ Spinderella spins tunes, with Public Enemy’s hit, “You’re Gonna Get Yours,” sure to be in heavy rotation.

Friday, January 4
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – South Park – “Guitar Queer-o ”

Stan and Kyle become obsessed with Guitar Hero to the point where they’re breaking high score records and it doesn’t take long for Stan to realize that he could go even further with a different partner. Will the stress of being a rock star get to Stan now that his best friend is no longer by his side?

Friday, January 11
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – South Park – “The List”

The fourth grade girls have compiled a secret list that rates all the boys from the cutest to the ugliest. But when the boys steal the list, the results are not what they expected… The boys are about to find out just how manipulative and crazy little girls can be.

Friday, January 18
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – South Park – “With Apologies to Jesse Jackson” (R)

Randy uses the “N” word on live TV and faces public ridicule for it and Stan tries to understand Token’s feelings on the subject. Meanwhile, a little person visits South Park Elementary and Cartman can’t stop himself from laughing at him.

Friday, January 25
9:30 – 10 p.m. ET/PT – South Park – “Cartman Sucks ” (R)

Butters’ dad sends him off to special camp to “Pray the Gay Away” when he believes that his son is bi-curious after catching him in a compromising position with Cartman. Meanwhile, Cartman does his best to retrieve a photo of him in that compromising position before too many people find out about it.

Friday, January 4

8 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week eight, Allister demonstrates how to install hardwood flooring and Andy offers some unconventional parenting tips. Allister caps off the week by learning how to “DJ”.

Friday, January 11

8 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week nine, the guys illustrate telltale signs of a nosy neighbour and Andy gets a lesson in “strip” aerobics.

Friday, January 18

8:30 – 9 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week ten, Andy and Allister give some tips on finding the right eyeglasses for your face and garage sale treasures in your attic. Allister ends the show by delving into youth culture.

Friday, January 25

8:30 – 9 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week eleven, Andy and Allister offer up some helpful tips on home security. Andy ends the show with a scaly pal during his interview with recurring guest, animal expert Lyn Caplan.

Thursday, January 3
10:30 – 11 p.m. ET/PT – The Sarah Silverman Program – “Bored of the Rings” (R)

Sarah is tired of being woken up by church bells every Sunday morning, and goes to the church to express her outrage. Upon leaving, she is approached by several kind women who express their own frustrations with the church. Sarah joins their organization to become their most passionate recruit, unaware that they are a radical anti-abortion group.

Thursday, January 10
10:30 – 11 p.m. ET/PT – The Sarah Silverman Program – “Joan Of Arf” (R)

Sarah’s curiosity is piqued when Doug, her dog, repeatedly licks his own ass. When she finally gives in to temptation and takes a taste for herself, she is witnessed in the act. The authorities take Doug away from Sarah, sending her on an odyssey of self-doubt and a quest for redemption.

Thursday, January 17
10:30 – 11 p.m. ET/PT – The Sarah Silverman Program – “Face Wars”

Sarah wagers that it’s easier to be a black person in American than a Jewish person, and attempts to prove it by becoming “black” for a day with the help of a makeup artist. She embarks on an odyssey in which she becomes the beloved and persecuted leader of a unique racial justice movement. Brian and Steve grievously miscalculate the potency of medical marijuana

Thursday, January 24 (cont’d)

10:30 – 11 p.m. ET/PT – The Sarah Silverman Program – “Doodie” (R)

After their mother’s grave and skeleton is defiled, the Silverman sisters become contestants on their favorite TV show in hopes of winning the money to replace the tombstone. In the stress of competition, Sarah’s childish obsession with doodie humor rocks her relationship with Laura, and threatens the honor of their departed mother.

Thursday, January 31
10:30 – 11 p.m. ET/PT – The Sarah Silverman Program – “Ah, Men” (R)

Sarah enters a serious romance with God. She starts to sour on his neediness and deep-seeded insecurity, but she also wants to show him off at her high school reunion. Brian and Steve wonder if smoking marijuana is what originally caused them to be gay.