Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008
Tori Spelling, Macy's Passport Celebrity Catwalk Challenge
Macy's Passport Celebrity Catwalk Challenge
8 pm/ET NBC
Tori Spelling hosts this fish-out-of-water fashion foray that traces the runway training of various celebrities as they vie to become catwalk models. Runway projects include Jerry Springer, trainer Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser), Jack Coleman (Heroes), entertainment host Nancy O'Dell, Kate Flannery (The Office) and Deal or No Deal model Leyla Milani. Who will exhibit model behavior? And who will become runway roadkill? There are music performances on tap as well, with the Pussycat Dolls, Fall Out Boy and Ne-Yo taking to the stage. — Dean Maurer
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Murder on Her Mind
9 pm/ET Lifetime
Passing judgment is never easy, but this is a case in which it can be downright life changing. In this original TV-movie, Annabeth Gish stars as a woman who cannot let go of a jury verdict made nearly 20 years ago. Convinced that there has been a miscarriage of justice, she tracks down the accused murderer. Finding the truth, however, is harder than she expected, and she discovers that she may not be as different from the defendant as she had once assumed. — Rhoda Charles
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Fox Reality Channel Really Awards 2008
10 pm/ET Fox Reality Channel
A who's who of reality royalty (from Alex Ali to Lynn Warren, plus Omarosa, Evel Dick Donato, Mike "Boogie" Malin and various Feldmans, Bonaduces and Dancing stars) is expected to be on hand for this third annual salute to the genre's best in everything from hotties to hot tempers. Indeed, the Reallys have earned a reputation for raucousness (and randiness), so host Alonzo Bodden, 2004's Last Comic Standing, would be well-advised to come equipped with a whip and a chair. Really. — Paul Droesch
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11 pm/ET FOX
The 14th-season opener, which first aired on Sept. 13, captures the spirit of the political season with a sketch called "So You Think You Can Dance": Presidential Edition, with Keegan-Michael Key and Erica Ash playing Barack and Michelle Obama, and Bobby Lee and Arden Myrin playing John and Cindy McCain. In another sketch, guest Jerry O'Connell plays John Edwards in the music-video parody "Viva la Cheat," set to the tune of Coldplay's "Viva la Vida." Cast members Ash, Matt Braunger, Eric Price and Lauren Pritchard made their first appearances in this episode. — Fred Mitchell
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