Wonder Wall

Any film that regularly references "Meet Me in St. Louis" obviously wasn't for kids, even if it is animated. So let the youngsters watch a DVD of "High School Musical 14" while you grown-ups melt to 2008's "Wall-E" (7 p.m. Friday, Disney), another Pixar masterpiece, one that's as thought-provoking about our future as anything from the mind of Stanley Kubrick.

Ad nauseam

It's tempting to go back and enjoy classic episodes of "Entourage" (8:23 p.m. Friday, Spike), but the Spike Channel isn't making it easy. First off, what's with the starting time? And then there are all the commercials. Joe Flint of the LA Times reports that there have been commercial breaks as long as 10 minutes. Ari Gold should be having a fit.

Dear Martha

With the upcoming departure of Larry King, a new contender wants in on the interview circuit. "Martha Stewart Presents: The Women Who Dress America" (8 p.m. Sunday, Hallmark) finds the stylemaker sitting down with clothesmakers, including Diane Von Furstenberg, Donna Karan and Jenna Lyons. Extra points for Martha if she sports suspenders.

Peggy O

"Mad Men" (9 p.m. Sunday, AMC), which just received its third Emmy for best drama, is making a strong case to make it four in a row with a series of some of the strongest episodes to date, including the latest, which focuses on Peggy (Elisabeth Moss). Only "Hill Street Blues" and "The West Wing" have gone to the podium four consecutive years.

NEAL JUSTIN