Here's what's new or notable on TV tonight:
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving airs at 8 p.m. on ABC, but you could just watch it here. (Thanks, Pop Candy!)
If you watched the baseball playoffs, you're probably familiar with Frank TV, the new sketch comedy show from comedian/impressionist Frank Caliendo. It finally premieres tonight at 11 on TBS, and I don't have high hopes, but we'll see how it goes.
In more sober programming news, The CW is airing a documentary called The Creek Runs Red. It details life in Picher, Oklahoma, where a history of lead mining has caused an excessive amount of tumors and neurological damage. If you're looking to be bummed out, tune in at 9 p.m.
Musically, it's a down night, but I have some offerings for you. Skully's, 1151 N. High St., continues to put together intriguing Tuesday night shows with local bands that I haven't given enough attention to. This week, the lineup includes Vietnam II, Phantods and the Top Heavies.
And Newport has a bunch of bands that fit somewhere into the mall punk/post-hardcore realm, including Mae and Motion City Soundtrack. I would say more about this show, but if you care you probably already know about it.