August 2008

Sunday, August 3
10 p.m.

Paul (Michael Gladis) throws a party, and then throws his work colleagues for a loop when he introduces them to a special guest, while Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) pays a dinner visit to her family. Despite a conflict of interest, Sterling Cooper aggressively pursues an airline and Duck uses an unorthodox approach to land the account.

Saturday, August 2
10pm

After a literal song and dance routine in court, Eli is called before the State Bar of California for a hearing to determine whether he’s fit to practice law. Unable to find a lawyer to represent him, Taylor pleads with Jordan to defend Eli’s law licence. Jordan agrees to represent Eli, but a new problem presents itself when Nathan is forced to choose between helping his brother and lying under oath about Eli’s aneurysm, leading to a shocking revelation that will forever alter Eli’s life and career.

Saturday, August 2
9 p.m.

With the victims’ pimp, Victor Dodine (guest star Michael Kenneth Williams, The Wire) as their prime suspect, the detectives rely on one of his young girls, Belinda (guest star Charlie Ray, Company Town), to testify against him.

Sunday, August 24
7.30pm

Samantha is forced to move back into the apartment when she discovers that she could be evicted for subletting it to Todd, who has just invited his new girlfriend, Chloe (Kiele Sanchez, Lost), to move in with him. Meanwhile, when Sam fails to show up for a makeover night with her mom, Regina and Dena end up bonding and having a girls’ night at the house.

Sunday, August 24
7 p.m.

When the G Major team is away building morale at a spa retreat, Jude is left to deal with a very disturbed Megan.

Saturday, August 23
10 p.m.

Profiled as a rising star on the comedy circuit, Jennifer Grant placed third out of 96 comics in the Boston International Comedy Competition, awarding her the distinction of being the first woman and the first Canadian to make it to the finals. Performing in the 2007 Great Canadian Laugh Off on The Comedy Network, as well as the Halifax Comedy Festival in 2007, Grant has also participated in a military show tour, traveling to Egypt and Israel to entertain troops. Serving as the opening act to the Puppetry of the Penis Tour across Western Canada, she has also attended festivals such as The Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, The Boston Comedy Festival, and the Vancouver Comedy Festival.

Tuesday, August 19
8.30pm

The girls of The Hills are back for another season, and it’s finally summertime in L.A.! Since Lo has moved in with Lauren and Audrina, tensions have risen and they are learning that three’s a crowd. Whitney is still working at People’s Revolution and Lauren joins her after impressing boss-lady Kelly Cutrone. Spencer convinced Heidi to bail on a promotion with Bolthouse, and the chance to start over in Las Vegas, so Heidi is back in L.A.

Sunday, August 17
7.30pm

Overjoyed that somebody must have liked her, Sam jumps at the chance to assume her role as bridesmaid in a friend’s wedding. However she shows up to the wedding only to learn she’s been uninvited by the bride. At first dejected – and then motivated by the challenge of vindication – Sam sets out to apologize and be re-accepted by the bride, as a result leaving Dena in the dust yet again.

Sunday, August 17
7 p.m.

When Jude needs money to remix her album and agrees to appear in a Japanese commercial, Megan is angered about the “sell out.”

Saturday, August 16
10 p.m.

Casey Corbin’s friendly down-home approach has made him a crowd pleaser over the last few years. He began performing in Ottawa, but now makes his home in front of audiences all across Canada. In 2001, Casey was nominated for “Funniest Newcomer” at the Canadian Comedy Awards. He has opened headliners such as Mike MacDonald, Mitch Hedberg and Russell Peters. In the fall of 2005, Casey was personally chosen by Harland Williams to open for him on his “Tasty Treats Tour” and, in 2007, Corbin had the honour of performing at the 25th Anniversary of Just For Laughs in Montreal.