Freaks and Geeks
Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared, two short-lived TV series from Judd Apatow, are heading to IFC.
The network has picked up the rights to air repeats of both in full, which includes 18 episodes from Geeks, debuting Friday at 11/10c.
The 17 episodes — including...
Ah, irony. Most of the people trapped on Destiny would like to wash their hands of the cursed vessel while the Lucian Alliance is bent on boarding and seizing the uncontrollable runaway spaceship. To make matters worse, a nearby binary pulsar is causing power fluctuations that will eventually cause the death of everyone on board in the first-season finale.
Read on for previews of the World Cup, Friday Night Lights, World Cup Kickoff Celebration Concert, Glenn Martin, DDS, Real Time with Bill Maher and Whitest Kids U' Know.
The Whitest Kids U Know by Andrew Robinson/IFC
The when: Sundays at 11 pm/ET on IFCWhy watch?: These days, sketch comedy on TV is all but restricted to those few Saturday late-night mainstays that by now have wrinkles in everything, including their jokes. If you haven't caught any of The Whitest Kids U' Know's second season yet, buckle up folks. The five twentysomethings of TWKU'K write all their own material and slay each half-hour episode with crisp wit and an intelligent, bizarre approach to comedy that'll make you wonder how those other sketch shows keep getting away with their old-school game plans. With riffs on everything from genitalia to gun control, these guys meld real grit (you'll never laugh so hard at death and destruction) with totally puerile gags (the squeamish be forewarned) and smart political satire. And in case you're missing some of the quirks of the old classics, these guys do have one thing in common with your John Cleeses and Dave Foleys: They sure do look pretty in drag.Who's who: The facetious five are...