What You're Doing Tonight: November 8

"BABA O'RILEY" REVISITED: Roger Daltrey gets great arc with the microphone cord and Pete Townshend still has the loosest guitar shoulder in rock music. Will the always-at-the-top-of-their-game duo play your favorite Who hit? We'd love to see them do "Tommy" in full. Nokia Theatre, Saturday and Sunday, November 8 and 9, $67.50 and up. 777 Chick Hearn Court, Los Angeles. 213-763-6000.

LETTERS TO CLEO REUNITE: We hear a song from this peppy 1990s band and we're suddenly back in some dorm room stressing ma-jor-ly that we forgot to write that paper that's due in like an hour. Now the group has (briefly) reunited for a small number of sets in a tiny number of cities. LA is one. The Roxy, Saturday, November 8, $19.50. 9009 W Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood. 310-278-9457

"THE HILLS" ACCORDING TO ANDY RICHTER: Don't follow "The Hills" on MTV? You may feel like you do with the tabloid attention star Lauren Conrad and her peeps receive. Comedian Andy Richter does a reading of dialogue from the reality show, and we're sure he will emote plenty about all the relationship drama. Oh, the drama! Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Saturday, November 8, $8. 5919 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles. 323-908-8702

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