On TV this weekend
Undercover Boss, 8 p.m., CBS The president of the Tilted Kilt chain has to work in one of his own stores. It'll be worth tuning in just to see if he wears the outfit.
Ghost Adventures, 9 p.m., Travel The trio head to a mountain lodge to basically see if The Shining is true or not. Wear hip waders, you guys.
Shark Tank, 9 p.m., ABC Bruce Vilanch weighs in on a plan to teach baby boomers new technology skills in a virtual classroom. First step: Explain to them what a virtual classroom is.
Health Inspectors, 10:30 p.m., Food A biker den in Oklahoma violates the health code. Also, biker dens in the other 49 states, too.
The Wishing Tree, 8 p.m., Hallmark A collection of misfits spends spring break together. It's like The Breakfast Club, but without the detention.
The Rolling Stones: Charlie is My Darling — Ireland 1965, 9 p.m., DirectTV A recut version of the movie about the Stones during the weekend (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction hit No. 1. Wonder if they partied at all.
SERIES PREMIERE Wedding Band, 10 p.m., TBS Brian Austin Green returns to TV as a wayward band tries to get laughs, but without Adam Sandler and Steve Buscemi, it sounds kind of flat.
The Britannia Awards, 8 p.m., BBC America Any awards show in which Steven Spielberg is handing an award to Daniel Day-Lewis is worth watching.
The Walking Dead, 9 p.m., AMC Any zombie show in which Maggie hands Rick his newborn baby is worth cringing over.
2012 MTV EMA, 11 p.m., MTV2 And any awards show in which Heidi Klum could potentially hand an award to PSY is worth staying up for.
— Joshua Gillin firstname.lastname@example.org