In case you want a little TV to go with your evening.

What’s on TV: Wednesday
* WB’s departing trendsetter Dawson’s Creek (8 ET/PT) ends its run with a special two-hour epilogue from creator Kevin Williamson. The story jumps ahead five years as the four friends reunite for a wedding.
* Fox’s That ’70s Show (Fox, 8 p.m. ET/PT) ends its season with a series of cliffhangers as Fez tries to avoid deportation, and Donna and Eric contemplate leaving town. That would be just fine with Red, who dreams about entertaining people like guest Joe Theismann once he gets his basement back.
* Once again, American Idol (Fox, 8:30 p.m. ET/PT) stretches its results show out to a full 60 minutes. If 59 minutes of filler and one minute of news is your idea of a good way to spend an hour, more power to you.
* The Aaron Sorkin era ends on The West Wing (NBC, 9 p.m. ET/PT) as the president (Martin Sheen) reacts to his daughter’s kidnapping. It hasn’t been a great seasonfor a number of reasons: too many outsized crises (like, say, a kidnapping); too many characters who sounded too much alike; too great a disconnect between Wing’s world and reality. But for two seasons and maybe three, Sorkin made The West Wing the best show on TV. A talent like that has to be missed.