What to Watch Today

Margaret Cho Guests on Dr. Ken, Mr. Show Reunion and More

On TV this Friday: Dr. Ken is visited by an All-American Girl, Netflix brings Bob & David back together, Undateable lands in Cougar Town and Hawaii Five-0 gets a case of the Benz. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar:

  • Netflix
    W/ Bob & David

    Series premiere (all 4 episodes): Bob Odenkirk (Better Call Saul) and David Cross (Arrested Development) reunite the Mr. Show gang (including Paul F. Tompkins, Jill Talley, Jay Johnston, John Ennis and Brian Posehn) for more absurd sketch comedy.

  • Fox
    MasterChef Junior

    Former winner Logan returns to offer the chefs advice; the top three contestants from the previous elimination challenge compete in a cupcake-frosting contest.

  • The CW

    Mary considers giving up her claim to the English throne to remain with Francis indefinitely; Nostradamus returns with a new vision regarding Francis’ fate.

  • NBC

    Danny is reunited with the older woman (Christa Miller, Cougar Town) who took his virginity.

  • ABC
    Dr. Ken

    Ken refuses to admit that he is jealous of his sister (Margaret Cho), an MD with a successful daytime-TV show. (ICYMI: Fresh and Ken are trading sons!)

  • NBC

    Nick, Hank and Monroe search for a missing Rosalee after she is targeted by a group of orphaned kids who look to her as a motherly figure.

  • CBS
    Hawaii Five-0

    A con man (Kristoffer Polaha, Life Unexpected) helps Five-0 track his partner’s killer; a police inspector (Julie Benz, Defiance) works with Chin on the investigation of murdered arms dealers.

  • Syfy
    Z Nation

    The heroes split up on sacred Native American grounds when an obscene number of zombies are out for blood. (Already renewed for Season 3.)

  • Cinemax
    The Knick

    The Knick is flooded with incoming patients after a tragic subway explosion; Thackery utilizes an addict’s misfortune to test his latest theory.

  • HBO
    Real Time With Bill Maher

    Guests include comedians Paul Reiser and Jay Leno, journalist Asra Nomani, sustainability entrepreneur Dylan Ratigan and political analyst Michael Steele.