On TV this weekend
TV's Funniest Holiday Moments: A Paley Center for Media Special, 8 p.m., Fox Watch all these clips from favorite TV shows, because your own family doesn't produce enough memorable moments to hold your attention.
30 Holiday Decorating Hits & Misses, 8 p.m., HGTV Design experts show how to make your home festive for the holidays. You may want to take down the Halloween decorations first.
SEASON FINALE School Pride, 8 p.m., NBC A school focused on the arts gets a makeover, despite the district wanting to cut the budget yet again. It's entirely possible the recent drop in funding for the arts is inversely related to the proliferation of awful reality shows on TV.
Triassic Attack, 9 p.m., SyFy Colin Ferguson is the owner of a roadside museum in which three dinosaur fossils spring to life as poorly computer-animated monsters. We'd like to believe it's based on true events at Dinosaur World, but that's probably wishful thinking.
Ace of Cakes, 10 p.m., Food For Duff's holiday episode, his show gets canceled after a decade. Wow, that's some bitter icing on the cake.
SERIES PREMIERE Bridalplasty, 9 p.m., E! Yes, it's a show about Shanna Moakler herding contestants through a competition in which the winner gets a load of plastic surgery right before the wedding, without revealing herself to her groom. If you're going to marry someone who would even consider doing that, she'd better be a burn victim.
Soul Train Awards, 9 p.m., BET Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson are back to host BET's only mildly entertaining and often overlooked music awards. It's the network's answer to the AMAs.
The Walking Dead, 10 p.m., AMC Only now did we realize that it took this show four weeks to finally show zombies eating some people. A trip to the CDC is sure to correct that disorder.
— Joshua Gillin firstname.lastname@example.org