What to watch and review on Friday, November 25.
EastEnders (BBC1, 7.30pm) Not so long ago he was a strutting soldier with anger management problems striking fear into the hearts of all who encountered him. Now the new unimproved Lee Carter is a cowering bullying victim depressive with erectile dysfunction. Bummer. Tonight, worried wife Whitney confronts him about bunking off work and their non-existent sex life.
Coronation Street (ITV, 7.30 and 8.30pm) Weatherfield’s incredibly gullible idiots try to recover from the shock of Phelan’s phony flats scam. Meanwhile, Tracy and Peter Barlow continue to fret over the inanimate weirdness of their long lost block-of-wood brother Daniel.
I’m A Celeb (ITV, 9pm) Two weeks in and sod-all has happened. The luvvies all love each other and they’re winning so much food in the too-easy tasks they’re actually putting on weight. A-grade oddball Martin Roberts is providing a scintilla of entertainment, but otherwise it’s just a bunch of nice unargumentative people getting cockroaches poured all over them. What’s the point?
Alan Carr’s Happy Hour (Channel 4, 8pm) New series as TV’s Chatty Man hosts a variety-packed show from a social club in Hammersmith, west London. Featuring stand-up comics, music and fun-filled parlour games. Woohoo.
Walliams & Friend (BBC1, 9.30pm) First of six comedy sketch shows in which David Walliams joins forces with a celebrity chum. Tonight’s star guest is Jack Whitehall. Watch out for Middle Class Jeremy Kyle in which a furious family-at-war tear into each other about their next expensive ski-ing trip.