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Anoop performs on "The Mo'Nique Show"

If you haven't had your Anoop fix in awhile, you'll want to catch "The Monique Show" this week.

The Chapel Hill native will appear on the show Wednesday, November 10, to promote the release of the new music video for his single, "Crazy Love," and also the release of the special deluxe edition of his album "All is Fair," which is available on November 9.

Anoop is scheduled to perform on the show.

"The Mo'Nique Show" airs on BET at 11pm.

What to Watch on Friday: See "Wait Wait" on "Late Late"

Medium (9pm, CBS) - In an episode directed by David Arquette, Ariel (left) has a new boyfriend and Allison thinks he's a murderer. Meanwhile, Bridgette gets in trouble for posting troubling videos of a man on the internet. Kids today...

Monk (9pm, USA) - Monk must figure out who is trying to ruin Captain Stottlemeyer's wedding (to Virginia Madsen). Carol Kane also guest stars.

Mo'Nique Show (11 pm, BET) - A reunion of the cast of the CW sitcom "The Game."

Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1am, CBS) - Craig's guests tonight are crooner/actor Harry Connick Jr. and author Peter Sagal. I hope that's the same Peter Sagal as the Peter Sagal host (right) of NPR's "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me" show. And I hope he brings Carl Kassell.

TBS' "Lopez Tonight": Not very funny

After my foray through the new late night shows, one thing is pretty clear: it's not as easy as it looks.

I don't mean watching them (although that would apply), I mean hosting them. I should have appreciated Johnny Carson more. Letterman, and yes, even Leno -- you guys rock. Arsenio, kudos.

After having Mo'Nique yell at me for an hour (I've tuned in briefly again and either because of exhaustion or consult, she has gotten quieter) and seeing Wanda Sykes, start out pretty good and only to become an inconsistent muddle, I moved on, with high hopes, to "Lopez Tonight," with standup/actor George Lopez.

I think I laughed once.

The premiere of "The Mo'Nique Show"


Last night, BET debuted its new late-night talk show 'The Mo'Nique Show" starring that brash, plus-size, one-named comedian.

She's now the first black woman in TV history to have her own late night show.
(It airs weeknights at 11.)

And boy was she grateful for the opportunity.

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