ABC finding the greatest sitcom

May 9, 2008 at 4:19 p.m. ET

Three-6 Mafia guests on Numb3rs and ABC is out for laughs with its look at the most comedic moments in television history.

Numb3rs has a few tonight with Three 6 Mafia

Tonight on TV


Get ready to laugh as ABC shows off "TV's All-Time Funniest," a collection of clips from the funniest sitcoms of all time.  That's followed by a very series "20/20."

CBS goes with their usual winning line-up which includes "Ghost Whisperer" starring Jennifer Love Hewitt, "Moonlight" and a visit from Three 6 Mafia on "Numb3rs."

NBC lags behind with "Most Outrageous Moments" and "Dateline NBC."

The CW has a few more weeks of "Friday Night Smackdown" and Fox goes with a movie, "Man of the House."

Over on cable


Friday's are always big on SCI FI Channel.  Get two episodes of "Sarah Jane Adventures," followed by "Doctor Who" and "Battlestar Galactica."

Maroon 5 and Sara Evans are the guests on "Crossroads" on CMT, and the "What Not to Wear" gang tackles a mother and a daughter from Las Vegas.

News and notable


---  "Brothers & Sisters" will make TV history with the first same-sex wedding between regular characters on an American TV show. 

--- Portia de Rossi is joining the cast of an unnamed office sitcom for ABC.

--- Albert Brooks is joining the cast of "Weeds" as other regulars depart since Nancy will be moving to a location near the Mexican border.

--- Want more "Lost?"  You'll be getting an extra two hours over the next two years as the show makes up for time lost during the recent writer's strike.

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