TV picks for May 5:  Warren Buffett, "Louie,” Peyton Manning

  • Updated: May 4, 2014 - 3:37 PM
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“Louie” returns for its fourth season. Charles Grodin guest starts as Dr. Bigelow.

Money matters

For “Weekend With Warren,” reporter Liz Claman sits down with Warren Buffett, Charles Munger and Bill Gates. In the world of journalism, that’s what we call a trifecta. In addition, Claman will be taking questions from selected business schools and Twitter, leading Munger to ask: “What is the Twitter and how much do you want for it?” 8:30 a.m. Fox Business Network

Tears of a clown

If you don’t get giddy pleasure out of watching Charles Grodin eat a sandwich, then you’re one of the poor souls who don’t appreciate the absurdist humor of “Louie,” the anything-goes series that returns after a 19-month hiatus. Creator and star Louis C.K. continues to use the standard sitcom format to present comedy that’s anything but standard. 9 p.m. FX

The biggest loser

Peyton Manning has finally stopped licking his wounds long enough to come out of hiding. The Denver Broncos quarterback stops by “The Late Show With David Letterman” for his first interview since losing Super Bowl XLVIII. Look for Letterman, an Indiana native, to wax nostalgic about Manning’s days with the Colts. 10:35 p.m. WCCO, Ch. 4

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