Monday, October 09, 2006

Ear on TV: Week of Oct. 9

It's a thin week as far as musical appearances go, so this week I'm stretching out and including Nickelodeon's amazing animated seriesThe Backyardigans, as Alicia Keys makes an appearance on an episode entitled "Mission to Mars." Thankfully, her appearance (as a Martian mom) doesn't overshadow the usual stellar music written for the show (all voiced by children.) I know what you're thinking... a children's program? Well, remember watching The Muppet Show back in the day? Even having John Denver guest star made for interesting television. (As I write this, the episode has already aired - 10:30 EST - but it will be repeated on Friday.)

Playlist: Television Appearances the Week of Oct 9

Monday, October 9
ABC: Jimmy Kimmel Live: The Killers (RERUN)
CBS: Late Show With David Letterman: Sam Moore (of Sam & Dave fame)
NICK: The Backyardigans - Alicia Keys

Tuesday, October 10
CBS: Late Show With David Letterman: Joseph Arthur
COMEDY CENTRAL: The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - David Cross
NBC: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Chingy

Thursday, October 12
NBC: Late Night With Conan O'Brien: Basement Jaxx
NBC: Last Call With Carson Daly: The Duke Spirit
SYNDICATION: The Ellen Degeneres Show: Chingy

Friday, October 13
ABC: Jimmy Kimmel Live: Justin Timberlake
NBC: Last Call With Carson Daly: Busta Rhymes

This posted by order of my 19-month old son, Eli (with acknowledgement to fellow Backyardigans admirer J Shifty.)

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2 comments:

drake leLane said...

Television Appearances for the week of Oct. 9

1. We're Going to Mars - The Backyardigans
2. When You Were Young - The Killers
3. I Can't Stand The Rain - Sam Moore
4. Slide Away - Joseph Arthur
5. "You Go, Girl" - David Cross
6. Pullin' Me Back - Chingy
7. Hush Boy - Basement Jaxx
8. Cuts Across The Land - The Duke Spirit
9. Sexyback - Justin Timberlake

J Shifty said...

Hey hey, thanks for the nod, el Guapo.

Yes, I'll take the musical stylings of Pablo and crew any day over some of the current toddler show alternatives.

P.U., watch out!