It's a wrap for "iCarly" (7 p.m. Friday, Nick), the charming tween sitcom that goes out with a one-hour episode after five years on the air. Let's hope star Miranda Cosgrove's next chapter doesn't involve drunken driving or wardrobe malfunctions.

Off key

Steve-O brings his "talents" to "Killer Karaoke" (8 p.m. Friday, TruTV), a dead-on-arrival game show in which contestants sing songs while fending off attack dogs, being dunked in a tank with snakes and other things that weren't even creative enough for "Fear Factor."

Talk talk

Charlie Rose joins Sean Penn in Haiti while Lara Logan crashes Alicia Keys' studio for a new episode of "Person to Person" (9 p.m. Friday, WCCO, Ch. 4). New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas are also on the bill.

Who's afraid of Lindsay?

Grant Bowler may do a killer impression of Richard Burton in "Liz & Dick" (8 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime) and nobody but his parents is going to care. That's because viewers are tuning in to see whether campy Lindsay Lohan or classy Lindsay Lohan shows up to portray Elizabeth Taylor.