Giants vs. Phillies (4:57 p.m., Fox). Game 6 from Philly. The Giants can still clinch the pennant with a win. But man, after Thursday’s loss, that looks a lot harder. Win or lose, this is going to be gut-wrenching, I just know it.
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LSU vs. Auburn (12:30 p.m., CBS). Should be another high-scoring, entertaining SEC West matchup.
Cal vs. Arizona State (12:30 p.m., CSN-BA). Geez, who knows which Cal team will show up.
Fresno State vs. San Jose State (5 p.m., KOFY Ch. 13). Unless you’re an alumni, there’s no reason to watch.
“Saturday Night Live” (11:30 p.m., NBC). Emma Stone hosts (she’s kinda who Lindsey Lohan should have been) with musical guest Kings of Leon, who’ll play a song you’ve heard in the radio 1,438,433 times.
“Runaway” (8 p.m., MTV and BET). The part of me that likes quality TV says stay away, but the part that can’t turn away from unintentional comedy says this may be worth watching. This is a new film from Kanye West, an extended music video of sorts that sounds as bizarre and incoherent as Kanye’s tweets. Here’s how the Associated Press describes a scene:
After a prelude featuring narration from rapper Nicki Minaj, West’s character, Griffin, is seen driving a black MTX Tatra supercar down a country road. Lying next to a hole in the pavement is a phoenix fallen to Earth, played by model Selita Ebanks in pink, gray and brown feathers. He takes her home and offers this advice: “First rule in this world, baby: Don’t pay attention to anything you see on the news.”
The phoenix sits on a lawn with a deer, rabbit and sheep, then joins West at a private parade featuring fireworks, a marching band and a float depicting Michael Jackson.
Playing over those visuals are West’s next single, “All of the Lights,” which he said features Elton John on piano and an all-star chorus including Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Fergie and John Legend. Ballerinas in black tutus perform in a scene featuring his current single, “Runaway.”
Now come on, doesn’t that sound insane enough to at least check out?