Off the Wall loves a good pull.

WAYS TO LIVEN UP YOUR WEEKEND The Lucas Oil Pro Pulling competition on "CBS Sports Spectacular" (Saturday at 2 p.m., CBS/2) has heavy-duty trucks and tractors with 10,000 horsepower towing up to 200,000 pounds. More action at propulling.com.

Also with pull are Rob, Laura, Buddy, Sally and Alan Brady providing hours of laughs with marathon airings of the comedy classic "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (Saturday starting at noon, through Sunday at 9 p.m., then weeknights at 7, TV Land).

MORE UNSCRIPTED SHOWS! Imagine that! The new crew includes "The Adam Carolla Project" (Saturday night at 10, DIY), in which the comic and "Dancing With the Stars" washout buys his childhood home to renovate it. Talk's the thing on "The Rosie Show" (weeknights at 7, OWN), as Russell Brand helps debut Rosie O'Donnell's new celeb/culture hour, and "Oprah's Lifeclass" (weeknights at 8, OWN), in which Oprah Winfrey revisits revelatory guests/moments from her hundreds of daytime shows. "Chelsea Settles" (Tuesday at 11 p.m., MTV) follows a 324-pound woman who moves from a small town to L.A. to follow her fashion dreams. "Hairy Bikers" (preview Monday at 10 p.m., regular run Friday at 10 and 10:30 p.m., History) pairs a French chef who loves motorcycles and a mechanic who loves food. They travel the country spearing bullfrogs, cleaning road kill and otherwise finding/preparing food. Preview the beard and 'stache at histo ry.com/shows/hairy-bikers.

C'MON DOWN TO 'SOUTH PARK' Meet the folks who put the show together. The new documentary "6 Days to Air: The Making of South Park" (Saturday at 10 p.m., Comedy Central) helps celebrate this 15th anniversary season by going behind the scenes of the show's production. See southparkstudios.com.

TV STILL MAKES MOVIES Not just those sentimental Hallmark flicks and Lifetime mysteries, either. "DISconnected" (Monday at 9 p.m., MTV) explores the lives of four people in different cities who know each other only through a streaming site, yet share digital drama. Breast cancer is the connector in "Five" (Monday at 9 p.m., Lifetime), a collection of personal stories directed by Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, Alicia Keys, Patty Jenkins and Penelope Spheeris, all tied together by star Jeanne Tripplehorn. Much more at mylifetime.com/five.

NEW TAKES ON COMEDY Laura Dern leads "Enlightened" (Monday at 9:30 p.m., HBO) as a woman whose spectacular professional and personal implosion leads to a kind of spiritual makeover she's eager to share with (less enthusiastic) others. "Reed Between the Lines" (Tuesday at 10 p.m., BET) brings back sitcom faves Tracee Ellis Ross and Malcolm-Jamal Warner as a psychologist and an English professor blending their families. Video at bet.com/reed.

AWARDS ALERT Mike Epps hosts this year's "Hip Hop Awards" (Tuesday at 8 p.m., BET), taped last week in Atlanta. Performances feature T.I., DMX, Big Sean, Lupe Fiasco, Roscoe Dash, Wale, Wiz Khalifa and Heavy D. Check it out at hiphopawards.bet.com.

DWIGHT SCHRUTE IS INTO THE ARTS Rainn Wilson hosts PBS Arts Fall Festival, starting with the Gilbert & Sullivan fave "H.M.S. Pinafore" (Friday at 9 p.m., PBS/13). Next week, it's "Pearl Jam Twenty," and then ballet, banjo, dance, rock, opera and more. Previews at pbs.org/arts/exhibit/pbs-arts- fall-festival-preview.

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