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What to Watch: October 19 - 25

by Stephanie Earp, posted Oct 19th 2009 2:02AM

Peak Season (October 19, 10 pm, MTV)

This new doc series premieres tonight, with an introduction to most of the major players in the snowy soap. Cameras follow a group of kids - in their early 20s, as is the case up in Whistler - who work the slopes and bars in Whistler as they get together and break up. It's like 'The Hills' on ice.
Peak Season (October 19, 10 pm, MTV)

This new doc series premieres tonight, with an introduction to most of the major players in the snowy soap. Cameras follow a group of kids - in their early 20s, as is the case up in Whistler - who work the slopes and bars in Whistler as they get together and break up. It's like 'The Hills' on ice.

October 21 - Glee (9 pm, Global/Fox)

This week 'Glee' will be better than it has been - it will have an actual plot, the characters will behave as we've been led to believe is their nature, and they will sing something in a surprising and refreshing new way or THEY WILL BE HEARING FROM ME.

October 21 - Michael and Michael Have Issues (10 pm, Comedy)

Cult comedians Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter star as the bickering stars of a sketch comedy show, who try to undermine each other at every turn. Tonight's debut features a guest appearance by 'Law & Order: SVU's Christopher Meloni.

October 22 - Chris Rock: Never Scared (9:30 pm, Comedy)

If you've never seen Rock's stand-up, you need to tune in to this special. Sure it's old - it's from 2004 - but some jokes are timeless, like the difference between being rich and being wealthy. There's a few Michael Jackson references that are somewhat poignant now that he's gone, but it's all good - and it's all a lot better than anything Rock has done lately.

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