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Sunday February 28, 2010 1:39 pm

This Week on TV (3/1-3/7)


(Make sure to check out TV Envy’s Programming Schedule.)

 

MONDAY (3/1)
  • Chuck (NBC, 8pm):  “Sarah resolves to keep her relationship with Shaw (Brandon Routh) purely professional.” It’s hard not knowing why all the girls call him a “Superman” around the water cooler.
  • The Buried Life (MTV, 10pm):  “The crew hits both coasts while attempting to land an appearance on late-night TV.” I hear Carson Daly is always looking to fill a few guest seats.
  • Hoarders (A&E, 10pm):  “A mother of 12 who sleeps in a homeless shelter because conditions at home are bad is profiled.” Note to : Hoarding children can make you homeless.
TUESDAY (3/2)
  • The Millionaire Matchmaker (Bravo, 10pm):  “A computer millionaire who comes with a rigid list of criteria his partner must meet.” When Patti fails to find a love match, the millionaire recruits his online friends Gary and Wyatt to help build him one.
  • Parenthood (NBC, 10pm):  “Struggling single mom Sarah Braverman (Lauren Graham) uproots her kids to move back in with her parents (Craig T. Nelson, Bonnie Bedelia) in the opener of this comedy-drama about the challenges of raising kids.” It’s like —except five months late to the party.
  • The Good Wife (CBS, 10pm):  “Alicia and her kids adjust to life at home now that Peter is living there and working on his comeback strategy with his political team.” Step One: Hold a media event but don’t take the reporters’ questions.

 

WEDNESDAY (3/3)
  • Radical Parenting (Disc Health, 8pm):  “Extreme styles of parenting, from gender-neutral rearing to raising kids in an environment devoid of consequences, are examined.” Families who parent before reality show cameras will be covered on TLC.
  • Oprah Winfrey Oscar Special (ABC, 10pm):  “Hollywood stars with Oscar pedigrees and/or 2010 nominations interview each other. Among the pairings: -Penélope Cruz; Ben Affleck-Jeremy Renner; Glenn Close-Michael Douglas; and director James Cameron and Avatar cast members Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver.” It’s nice to see Oprah working so hard for her money.
  • Shear Genius (Bravo, 10pm):  “The stylists keep on the straight and narrow when they add smooth texture to curly hair.” To make the challenge more difficult, the competitors were forbidden from using an InStyler.

 

THURSDAY (3/4)
  • America’s Best Dance Crew (MTV, 10pm):  “The seven remaining crews choreograph routines inspired by .” Oh dear - that’s bound to be a (literal) bloody mess.
  • Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew (VH1, 10pm):  “Kari Ann returns to rehab.” If anyone’s out there listening: Please don’t let that woman out again.
  • The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo, 11pm):  Season premiere. “Bethenny and LuAnn share a cocktail get-together—but LuAnn may have a hidden motive for the meeting.” LuAnn’s Etiquette Tip #22: If you’re going to criticize someone, at least buy them a drink first.

 

FRIDAY (3/5)
  • iCarly (Nickelodeon, 8pm):  “A quirky billionaire asks Carly and her friends to put on the first live Web show from outer space, so they undergo tests for space travel.” I smell an in for Lance Bass!
  • Supernanny (ABC, 8pm):  “A couple who own a family-friendly coffee shop, complete with a play area for customers kids, need Jo’s help when the rambunctious behavior of their three children (ages 18 months to 4 years) ruin the experience for everyone else.” Watch out - that might not be milk you’re putting into your coffee.
  • Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC, 8pm):  Series premiere. “Stars explore their family trees in this seven-part profile series. In the opener, charts her ancestral history in a journey of self-discovery that leads her to Northern California and Salem, Mass.” She was surprised to discover that she came from a long line of square pegs.

 

SUNDAY (3/7)
  • 82nd Annual Academy Awards (ABC, 5pm PT/8pm ET):  “Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin host the 82nd annual ceremonies, telecast from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Avatar and The Hurt Locker lead the nominations with 9 each, including Best Picture.” smartly asked for the Oscar in her prenuptial agreement with James Cameron.
  • The Amazing Race (CBS, 8pm):  “The teams fly to Germany and retrace the early days of the Beatles.” PIT STOP WARNING: Mop-top makeovers ahead.
  • Rich Bride, Poor Bride (We, 10pm):  “A bride-to-be is determined to have her dream wedding, no matter what it costs.” Ironically, she managed to raise the funds by sacrificing her dreams.

Gallery: This Week on TV (3/1-3/7)

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