All the major networks and cable news channels will be all over the election returns, of course, and you know what you'll get there -- hours of touchscreens and speculation and punditry and regurgitation till those final west coast polls close at midnight and a winner is finally, mercifully called.
You might consider breaking up your election viewing a little with Comedy Central's "Indecision 2008: Blankety-Blank to the White House" special starting at 10pm EST. When your nerves are just about shot from the dizzying rainbow of electoral map scenarios on the other channels, flip over to The Daily Show/Colbert Report
guys for much-needed comic perspective. Stewart and Colbert team up for the special and promise "something approximating election news with something approximating honesty."
If you're totally tweaking and can't get enough overstimulation by constant channel flipping, there's something new and potentially cool going on at Current TV (both on the web and on various cable channels). This special, starting at 7pm EST, is co-hosted by Digg and Twitter (can't wait to see how that works), with video from 12seconds.tv, and a Live DJ set by Diplo. If you didn't understand that last sentence, just stick to the regular networks. Current promises "no pundits, just perspective." It might be cool to check out, in between updating your Facebook status every few minutes to reflect your current state of anxiety/euphoria.
Good luck, folks. Everybody play nice.