Ugh, much like last night, there’s still nothing on. Go see a movie.

Record it

“An Idiot Abroad” (7 p.m., Science). Karl heads to Peru to see Machu Pichu, camp in the jungle and visit cannibals. And he’ll hate every second of it.

“Being Human” (9 p.m., BBC America). This has dropped off my radar. I just don’t have room in my viewing life for more vampires. It’s a good series though, so I’ll probably catch up later through On Demand or DVD or something. Tonight, a zombie follows Annie home. (Really? Maybe I’m justified in skipping it.)

Games of the day

The NCAA Tournament is coming up soon, so to prepare, how about 12-plus hours of college basketball?

Kansas vs. Missouri (9 a.m., CBS); Oregon vs. Arizona (11 a.m., CBS); Notre Dame vs. UConn (11 a.m., ESPN); Villanova vs. Pitt (1 p.m., CBS); Florida vs. Vanderbilt (3 p.m., ESPN); Cal vs. Stanford (4 p.m., CSN-CA); Duke vs. North Carolina (5 p.m., CBS); Texas vs. Baylor (6 p.m., ESPN); USC vs. Washington (7:30 p.m., CSN-BA).

Skip it

“Saturday Night Live” (11:30 p.m., NBC). I wouldn’t mind seeing The Strokes perform, but having to watch Miley Cyrus host just isn’t worth it.