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event hasn't gotten as much press as the international event in London that
overshadowed it Friday, but The White House Correspondents Dinner (CSPAN,
6:45 p.m.) is a reliable thermometer on the tenor of Washington, a chance for
journalists and politicians to let their hair down a bit, and a reliable showcase for
political humor, depending on who's hosting.
This year, they're in good hands with Seth Myers taking charge. The "SNL" chief
writer and "Weekend Update" anchor proved himself a worthy and potent long
form event host last summer at the ESPYs and graduates to the forum where
Stephen Colbert, Conan O'Brien and Al Franken have succeeded in the past.
President Obama is exected to be present and come up with his own material (or
hire the people who can help him). With the birther kerfuffle recently in the news
and Donald Trump in the audience (as guest of the Washington Post of all things),
it's a potentially volatile mix.
CSPAN is reserving nearly 4 and a half hours for the event, and while the random
red carpet entrances early on are amusing for their surreal mix of celebs and
officials, they'll plug in highlights from past years when the room is eating dinner.
Expect them to return for the live entertainment program at about 10 or so.
Unfortunately, that's just when the much hailed "The Kids Are All Right" (Cinemax,
10 p.m.), with Oscar nominees Annette Bening and Mark Ruffalo, finally makes it to
premium cable. The film also got Oscar nominations for best screenplay and best
picture, and won a pair of Golden Globes - for best comedy and for Bening as best
actress in a comedy. Co-star Julianne Moore was also nominated.
Otherwise, movies on premium cable include a couple of remakes released last
year: "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (HBO, 8 p.m.) with Jackie Earle Haley in the
Freddy Krueger role, and Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan in "The Karate Kid" (Starz, 9
You can't do worse than a night of movies featuring the music of George and Ira
Gershwin. Tonight's showcase features Gene Kelly in "An American In Paris" (TCM,
8 p.m.), Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney in "Girl Crazy" (TCM, 10 p.m.),
"Rhapsody in Blue" (TCM, midnight), Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in "Shall We
Dance" (TCM, 2:30 a.m.) and Debbie Reynolds in "Give a Girl a Break" (TCM, 4:30
So what happened to "Doctor Who" (BBC America, 9 p.m.) when he came to
America? Part two of the adventure follows last week's high rated first part, rerun
at 8 p.m. And they're both followed by the special "Doctor Who in America" (BBC
America, 10 p.m.), looking behind the scenes of the episodes.
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