First there was Tila Tequila. Now there's "Tequila Sisters" (7 p.m. TV Guide Network), a new docu-series about the Marins, four rambunctious sisters whose father struck gold in the liquor business. Could we please stop toasting spoiled, rich kids?
Comedian Patton Oswalt has developed into a competent actor, which gives him every right to curate TCM's schedule for the evening. He leads off with some conventional fare — "Kind Hearts and Coronets" (7 p.m.) and the original version of "3:10 to Yuma" (9 p.m.) — but then throws us a couple of curveballs with the Spanish film "The Wind Journeys" (10:45 p.m.) and "Aaltra" (1 a.m.), a Belgian/French comedy about two paraplegics.
I know this is trouble
It makes sense that Fall Out Boy would perform for "The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show" (9 p.m. WCCO, Ch. 4), but what the heck is Taylor Swift doing on the schedule? Maybe one of the models stole her boyfriend and she'll get her sweet revenge onstage.