Destroy Build Destroy
8:30 pm/ET Cartoon Network
Rocker Andrew W.K. hosts this new competition series, which is part of Cartoon Network's CN Real block of reality programming. The show follows two teams of teens as they destroy a large structure using a wrecking ball, explosions or other methods. The teams then must use the debris to create something entirely new. In tonight's episode, the teams build air-cannon vehicles that shoot tennis balls. The winning team receives a cash prize and gets to destroy the other team's vehicle.
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Naked Brothers Band
9 pm/ET Nickelodeon
Drummers Simon Kirke, Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson and Chris "Tomato" Harfenist pop up on tonight's episode, and they are not happy with Alex after he boasts that he's the greatest drummer in the world. His bragging makes its way onto the Internet, and these three musicians have a little problem with that claim. Meanwhile, Thomas, David and Qaasim have their own big problem to deal with: An annual pranking competition gets out of hand, landing them in jail. — Jennifer Sankowski
10 pm/ET ABC
Despite critical acclaim and a devoted following, Pushing Daisies lives up to its name as tonight's series finale represents the final nail in the coffin of cancellation by ABC. But as one might expect, it's going out in style, especially when Vivian and Lily reunite as the synchronized-swimming duo Darling Mermaid Darlings after tragedy strikes a water circus. Nora Dunn and Wendie Malick guest star as the Aquadolls.
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Saturday Night Live
11:29 pm/ET NBC
Where there's Will, there's a way. The long-lasting late-night show closes its 34th season by turning to an old friend. Serving as host is erstwhile SNL player Will Ferrell, star of the forthcoming film Land of the Lost. Ferrell likely won't get lost on the familiar Studio 8H stage, where he roamed for seven years and mined sketch-comedy gold with recurring characters such as George W. Bush, James Lipton and perky cheerleader Craig Buchanan. And let's hope he plays more cowbell. Rock punkers Green Day, hot off the release of their 21st Century Breakdown CD, storm the stage in their third SNL appearance.
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