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A heaping helping of guest stars

Dale Roe

Monday, Nov. 14

"The Best Thing I Ever Ate" 7 p.m., Food: How the word "turducken" ever made it into the description of a show with this title is beyond me.

"Saved" 7 p.m., Animal Planet: This new series explores how people's bonds with their pets help them cope with tragedy.

"Clue" 7 p.m., HUB: A group of teens try to solve an apparent murder in the premiere of this five-part series.

Tuesday, Nov. 15

"New Girl" 8 p.m., Fox: Justin Long (he's a Mac!) guest stars on the freshman sitcom's Thanksgiving episode.

"Ringer" 8 p.m., the CW: Bridget digs deeper into the Siobhan rabbit hole.

"Unforgettable" 9 p.m., CBS: Marilu Henner, whose photographic memory helped to inspire this procedural, appears as Carrie's aunt.

Wednesday, Nov. 16

"The Middle" 7 p.m., ABC: Yay! Norm Macdonald is back as Brick brings him to school for special friends day.

"Suburgatory" 7:30 p.m., ABC: Tessa's 16th birthday is not so sweet.

"Up All Night" 7 p.m., NBC: Will this show get better or worse as "Saturday Night Live" alums continue to appear? Find out tonight as Molly Shannon guests.

"Globe Trekker" 8 p.m., KLRUQ: Austin is among numerous stops in Texas.

"American Horror Story" 9 p.m., FX: The Harmons host an open house. Oh, that ought to be fun.

Thursday, Nov. 17

"Bones" 8 p.m., Fox: Tonight's toy story is no "Toy Story."

"A Special Edition of 20/20" 7 p.m., ABC: Katie Couric interviews retiring TV stalwart Regis Philbin.

Friday, Nov. 18

"Women Who Rock" 8 p.m., PBS: Cyndi Lauper hosts this look at the female influence in popular music from blues to pop.

"Supernatural" 8 p.m., The CW: A sandwich in a New Jersey eatery makes people crazy. Literally. I don't think this plot has been seen on TV since the '60s, when a hot dog made Patty Duke lose control.

Saturday, Nov. 19

"ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival 2011" 7 p.m., PBS: The Civil Wars and Justin Townes Earle are among the performers spotlighted.

"Donald Glover' Weirdo" 10 p.m., Comedy Central: The "Community" star performs stand-up.

Sunday, Nov. 20

"The Simpsons" 7 p.m., Fox: "Coraline" author Neil Gaiman helps Homer write a tween novel.

"2011 American Music Awards" 7 p.m., ABC: Eeeeee! Justin Bieber!