I'm not going to lie to you, I'm a little nervous about my pecan pie. It's a big thing making it, and I can't imagine that I'll be particularly amused if it doesn't work out. The big question I have at this point is the crust. You see, I have to imagine a well done homemade crust tastes better a store bought one, and yet, I think that it is also easier to destroy the whole pie due to the crust than any other piece of the pie.
Sunday, November 15:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Nature – "Fellowship of the Whales." Those poor whales. You see, they're the last group of things that can stop the encroaching of the evil plankton. The nine whales have to bring the kelp to the underwater mountain of doom. The plankton, for his part, is amassing all the evil forces that he can possibly manage, bringing in armies from the North and other far off lands. Oh yes, it's true.
9:00 – 11:00PM
Masterpiece Contemporary – "Collision." There once was a movie named Crash. It dealt with a crash or two or three in Los Angeles. This should not be confused with that, this tells the story of 10 different people involved in a huge road accident, but not a crash, a collision. Maybe that movie was based on this one. Maybe vice versa. Maybe they actually have nothing to do with each other. I just don't know.
8:00 - 9:00PM
Antiques Roadshow – "Louisville (Hour Three)." I imagine that this city is going to be a home run for the series. They're really going to knock one out of the park here. They're going to put a few runs on the board by going yard. They're going to, unquestionably, get the long ball working here. In short, they're going to be Sluggers.
9:00 – 10:00PM
American Experience – "The 1930s – Surviving the Dust Bowl." In the third portion of a five-part American Experience experience, the 1930s continue to unwind. Oh, don't let this title fool you however, the bowl of dust isn't like the kind of bowl you eat cereal in (or even soup), it's actually a place.