Whether you're a bottle service snob who's been working hard at the office all week, or a granola-eating hippy who's spent the last five days chained to a redwood, Friday night is the perfect night for everyone to cut loose and have some fun. Even if fun means skipping next month's rent so you can drink a bottle of vodka in a trendy club, it's all good because you deserve it. But just in case your weekend plans don't pan out, you've always got a back-up plan with our Complex TV Picks of the Weekend...
DOCUMENTARY: WINNING TIME: REGGIE MILLER VS. THE NEW YORK KNICKS, ESPN, 9 PM ET SUNDAY
• ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary series returns with another great installment this weekend about Reggie Miller's rivalry with the Knicks. Who could ever forget Reggie Miller telling Spike Lee exactly what he thought about his team during the '94 Eastern Conference Finals? We even ranked the famous choke-sign among the top ten most badass moments in sports history.
SCIENCE: SIZING UP SPERM, NAT GEO, 9 PM SUNDAY
• Despite what you might of learned in health class, it can be pretty difficult to get a girl pregnant. And you probably never think about it, but sperm have a pretty tough job. Watch Nat Geo's dramatic reenactment of sperm's journey from testes to egg.
REALITY: AMERICA'S WORST DRIVERS: SAN FRANCISCO, TRAVEL, 10 PM SUNDAY
• We hate bad drivers. That's why when we see one on the road we make sure to shower them with plenty of honks and f-bombs. So you can understand why we get a lot of satisfaction out of Travel Channel's new reality series where bad drivers compete and the worst driver of the bunch gets their car smashed. Saturday's episode takes us to the hills of San Francisco.
COMEDY: HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA, HBO, 10 PM SUNDAY
• We're already in the habit of watching this every week and this Sunday's episode sounds on point as usual. The guys are forced to rethink their business model after some feedback from a Japanese buyer and there's some more plot developments between Rachel and her jerk-off boyfriend that will hopefully lead to them breaking up.
SPORTS: NCAA BASKETBALL SELECTION SHOW , CBS, 6 PM SUNDAY
• We know you're already planning on spending a large chunk of your weekend on the couch watching college basketball conference championship games, so we're going to focus your attention to the more important matter at hand. Break out the brackets because Selection Sunday and all the ensuing controversy, speculation, and betting begins at 6 p.m.
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