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Remote Control: What To Watch This Weekend Nov. 18 - Nov. 20

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Nov 18, 2011 | 12:26pm EST

Jason Segel SNLWeekend of Nov. 18 - Nov. 20

Friday

The Soup

10 p.m. on E!

Community star Alison Brie stops by to help out her co-star, Joel McHale, at his second and also hilarious job. Plus, it's a rundown of all the terrible things about pop culture. Woohoo!

Saturday

SNL with Jason Segel

11:30 p.m. on NBC

It's Jason Segel, the adorably hilarious actor we all know from Forgetting Sarah Marshall, I Love You Man, How I Met Your Mother and now The Muppets, hosting the equally goofy classic sketch show. There is no way this won't be good. And I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Kermit or Statler and Waldorf make an appearance.

Donald Glover's Comedy Central Special: Weirdo

11 p.m. on Comedy Central

It's Donald Glover doing what he does best (not to diminish his rapping ability): being absolutely hilarious.

Sunday

The Walking Dead

9 p.m. on AMC

"Secrets"

We've reached the series' midseason finale and it truly came too soon, but here we'll find, well...secrets like why Hershel has all those walkers in the barn (keep quiet, comics readers). Will Lori tell Rick she's pregnant? Will the secret come out some other way? Will Hershel find out about Maggie's hanky panky with Glenn? What did he mean by, "they'll all be gone soon?" Will Andrea ever stop being an obnoxious buzzkill who tries to shoot Daryl? Some of these questions will be answered and I'm sure we'll be left wondering about a whole new slate of issues.

The American Music Awards

8 p.m. on ABC

You may notice some of your Sunday favorites are missing this week and that's because the music industry is taking over the network. And if you like music and people performing it, you'll probably be watching this. Sure, it doesn't hold the esteem that the Grammys are supposed to hold, but it's fun. Nicki Minaj, Drake, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Maroon 5, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, PitBull, LMFAO, wil.i.am, Chris Brown and more (if you can believe it) will take the stage, so just swallow your pride about how this is all "so mainstream" and watch it - hipster.

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