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TV Tonight: Women of SNL, Two & a Half Men, Raw, Conan


Last night’s premiere of The Walking Dead set AMC ratings records with just over 5 million viewers—but will they be back next Sunday? Insert once-bitten-by-a-zombie joke here. ---

What's on tonight:
The Women of Saturday Night Live (NBC) KSL 5 still doesn’t air Saturday Night Live proper, but they seem to have no problem running SNL primetime specials—must not have any Matlock reruns in the bank. The two-hour Women of Saturday Night Live is a nice mix of classic, recent and even some brand-new skits, but it’s criminally short on material from arguably the show’s greatest and most influential cast member, the late Gilda Radner. WT Fuck?

Two & a Half Men (CBS) Whore-mongering boozehound Charlie (played to perfection by whore-mongering boozehound Charlie Sheen) has yet another “steady” girlfriend, and this one wants his semi-psychotic stalker Rose gone. Keep in mind, the sentence you just read is about the most successful family-hour sitcom on TV today.

WWE Raw (USA) Randy Orton takes on John Cena, and tonight’s Raw guest host is … Pee-Wee Herman?

Conan: Show Zero ( In preparation for next Monday’s TBS premiere of the new Conan O’Brien show (simply titled Conan), Team Coco is doing … something, tonight at 9 pm Mountain Time, at, and That’s it for details—but whatever it is, it’s gotta be better than Lopez Tonight.

Also new tonight:
Dancing With the Stars, Castle (ABC); How I Met Your Mother, Rules of Engagement, Mike & Molly, Hawaii 5-0 (CBS); Chuck (NBC); 90210, Gossip Girl (The CW); Top Gear (BBC America); The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Bravo); Cake Boss (TLC); Hoarders (A&E); Weeds, The Big C (Showtime); In Treatment (HBO)

Preview: There’s no Gilda Radner in this promo for The Women of Saturday Night Live—but at least there’s Laraine Newman. Oh, Laraine …