TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO
American Idol reject William "She Bang! She Bang!" Hung extends his 15 minutes of fame when the nerdy song stylist guests with Paul Bettany and Friends' Matthew Perry.
11:35 pm on NBC (repeated at 3:30 am, and Friday 10pm on Star)
(1999, dir Léa Pool, with Karine Vanasse and Alexandre Mérineau) Thirteen-year-old tomboy escapes dreary reality by obsessing over enigmaticGodard muse Anna Karina.
11:30 pm on CBC
LIVE WITH REGIS AND KELLY
Space case Anne Heche shows snaps of new hubby and baby while avoiding allmention of her ex, Seinfeldesque talk show diva Ellen DeGeneres.
9 am on ABC
LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN
Lambchop - the alt-country combo from Nashville, not the beloved Shari Lewis sock puppet - promote their new double CD, Aw C'mon/No, You C'mon.
12:35 amon NBC (repeated Saturday 5 pm on Star)
SOME MOTHERS DO 'AVE 'EM
Before Michael Crawford was the Phantom Of The Opera, he starred in this early 70s Brit-com as Frank Spencer, a very accident-prone everyman. Hijinks ensue!
7pm on PBS
(1995, dir Nick Castle, with Ellen DeGeneres, Joan Cusack, Joan Plowright and Robert Goulet) Before coming out on her sitcom, DeGeneres was stuck in thisunintentionally ironic stinker.
1 pm on CKVR
TRAILER PARK BOYS
Bubbles and the boys launch their fourth season of boozin', cruisin' and growingweed.
9 pm on Showcase
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
(1968, dir Stanley Kubrick, with Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood) Kubrick's clinical and confusing-to-some portrayal of interplanetary space travel, based on theArthur C. Clarke novel and originally released in Cinerama. 11 am on Bravo
Monday, April 12
Ninety-minute doc traces the life of the early anarchist from her immigrationfrom Russia to the U.S. to her death in Toronto in an apartment on Spadina nearCollege.
9 pm on PBS
Tuesday, April 13
Fantasia Barrino is the strongest singer to grace the franchise since Tamyra was kicked off the first season. Even Simon approves, though Disney is sure to claim copyright infringement once she wins. 8 pm on Fox
Wednesday, April 14
(1978, dir Claude Chabrol, with Isabelle Huppert and Stéphane Audran)