Tonight's TV Hot List: Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008
The Naked Brothers Band, Alex Wolff, Nat Wolff
Naked Brothers Band
9 pm/ET Nickelodeon
Nat is down in the dumps about a photo of Rosalina kissing another guy, so Alex tries to cheer him up. But he doesn't take his brother to a party or the movies. Instead, he takes him deep into the woods for a "dudecation" that will challenge him and help him find his inner strength. And to ensure that this little adventure is a success, Alex enlists the help of their bandmates to stage some scenarios that will result in Nat looking like a wilderness hero. Two new songs written by Nat Wolff are performed. — Jennifer Sankowski
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9 pm/ET Hallmark
Don't let the title fool you. This Thanksgiving tale doesn't start with a warm and loving family. In fact, the family in this movie (based on Louisa May Alcott's short story of the same name) is in shambles, nearly destitute and torn apart by long-standing family feuds. Jacqueline Bisset stars as the wealthy Isabella Caldwell, who shows up on her estranged daughter's doorstep for the holidays only to discover that the letter of invitation she received from her daughter was actually forged by her granddaughter. Awkward. — Brie Hearn
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Austin City Limits
9 pm/ET PBS
It's a night of slam-dunk fun when eccentric hip-hop act Gnarls Barkley (Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo Green) take to the Austin City stage to perform songs from the 2008 Odd Couple album. Also on the bill: Thievery Corporation, with its blend of world beats and electronica in tunes from the 2008 release, Radio Retaliation. — Jeff Gemmill
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John Edward Cross Country
10 pm/ET WE
The third season wraps up tonight as John announces the winner of the Soul Song contest. The winning family will have a song written for them by Cindy Campo (who also wrote the show's theme song). During the studio readings, parents receive a message from their son who died in a motorcycle accident, and four sisters find common ground after their mom contacts them from the other side. — Brie Hearn
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America's Most Wanted
9 pm/ET Fox
Real-life pirates of the Caribbean get their unwanted close-ups tonight. Among them: Henry Pierre, an alleged trafficker in Haitian refugees — including some that police say died at sea. Pierre was caught soon after his first AMW appearance, but his confederate Devon Russell is still at large. Also still at large (after 17 years!) is Gustavo Falcon, the only member of an alleged cocaine-smuggling gang who plied the waters between the Bahamas and South Florida between 1978 and '91. — Paul Droesch
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