If you think you've gotten excited about the return of "Star Wars," just think how the gang on "That '70s Show" would react to news that Han Solo is still blasting his way through the galaxy. Spend the entire day with the future stars and see if you can catch real-life sparks between contemporary couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. 5 a.m. Friday, IFC
Holidays with a 'Twist'
It's a hard-knock life for those celebrating the holidays without family — but at least some lonely orphans have music to keep them company. Your adoption choices: 1968's "Oliver!" (5 p.m. Friday, getTV), which somehow won the Best Picture Oscar, and 1982's "Annie" (7 p.m. Friday, TCM), which somehow was directed by John Huston.
There's more than one way to celebrate the holiday or, as Sheriff Andy Taylor says in "The Andy Griffith Christmas Special," there's more than one way to pluck a buzzard. In this case, it's the Mayberry law enforcers holding ceremonies in the jailhouse with a confiscated bottle of moonshine, a rendition of "Away in a Manger" and a newly colorized look which unfortunately makes Barney Fife look as old as Ralph Furley. 7 p.m. Friday, WCCO, Ch. 4
She'll come again
More than 13 million viewers watched the initial broadcast of "Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors," the kind of number that triggers a repeat just two weeks later. The last-minute gift trumps NBC's earlier plan to celebrate Christmas with an equally appropriate Parton classic, "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas." 8 p.m. Friday, KARE, Ch. 11