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