5:05 a.m. Is a pumpkin a vegetable or a fruit? You’ll get the answer from Jim Fizzell as well as instructions on how to keep your geraniums alive over the winter, along with advice on how to repair your drought-damaged lawn.
John Oncken covers some interesting history of World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI and how it nearly ended after the first year 43 years ago.
Why did corn and soybean prices move lower after a bullish October crop report. Max gets that answer from analyst Ashley Gulke Levitt of the Gulke Group in Chicago.
Major livestock shows not only judge livestock, they also judge college livestock judging teams. Orion learns more about that competition when he talks to Josh Moore, a member of the University of Arizona team and his coach, Dan Kiesling.
6 - 9 a.m. Mr. Fix-It with Lou Manfredini
6:50 a.m. This week’s new to Lou too is biodegradable, non-toxic, hypoallergenic and even comes with a little 1950's nostalgia. Get the squeaky-clean details with Mr. Fix-it.
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. WGN Weekend with Bill Moller
11:35 a.m. It’s a WGN burger smack down with Bill Moller in the middle! He hosts a competition between three eateries to determine who has the best burger in Chicago.
1 - 2 p.m. Garry Meier's Blabbin' Cabin
1:05 p.m. Garry Meier explains why pot smoke should be sent through the ventilation system at retirement homes.
Northwestern vs Nebraska
6 p.m. - 12 a.m. Nick Digilio
12 - 5 a.m. WGN Weekend Late Night12 - 1 a.m. Extension 72012:05 a.m. Milt Rosenberg and his guests examine the post-apocalyptic visions of Christianity.
1 - 2 a.m. Bill Moller
2 - 3 a.m. Dean Richards2:05 a.m. Dave Thomas of SCTV fame joins Dean Richards. 3 - 4 a.m. Nick Digilio3:05 a.m. Nick Digilio and the guys from e-film critic review this weekend's new movies including Paranormal Activity 4.
4 - 5 a.m. WGN Sports Night
4:05 a.m. Sports Night debates whether Michael Vick should be allowed to own a dog and talks about the merit of Chicago installing pay lanes to our freeways.