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Sunday May 23, 2010 12:03 pm

This Week on TV (5/24-5/30)


MONDAY (5/24)
  • How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8pm):  Season finale. “Marshall and Lily make a vow to try to have a baby if they see Barney’s doppelgänger.” Spotted: Bryan Ryan, a Stinson lookalike, playing the role of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables.
  • Two and a Half Men (CBS, 9pm):  Season finale. “Charlie’s license is suspended and Jake becomes his driver.” A personal driver was a stipulation in Charlie Sheen’s new deal with CBS.
  • Law & Order (NBC, 10pm):  Series finale. “Lupo and Bernard try to locate a blogger who threatened to blow up a school, but the teachers’ union hampers the probe.” Per their contracts, the teachers will only provide assistance when they have a renewed season.
TUESDAY (5/25)
  • Glee (FOX, 9pm):  “Will tells the glee kids to express themselves through the music of Lady Gaga.” Note: Cigarette sunglasses will result in a suspension from school.
  • 9 by Design (Bravo, 10pm):  “Home buyers complain about the lack of an elevator in a five-story house.” Whiners shouldn’t be buyers.
  • The Hills (MTV, 10pm):  “Ryan gives Audrina’s friends another chance.” But will Audrina give Ryan another chance?


  • Criminal Minds (CBS, 9pm):  Season finale. “The team travels to Los Angeles to find a serial killer (Tim Curry) who attacks entire families and leaves only one member behind.” Curry exits each home yelling “You’re IT!”
  • Top Chef Masters (Bravo, 10pm):  “The five lasting chefs must whip up a meal inspired by a Greek god.” Not surprisingly, “Pollo from Apollo” was not considered a winner.
  • Worst-Case Scenario (Discovery, 10pm):  “What do to if your vehicle breaks down in the desert.” You’d be amazed at what Bear Grylls can do with his urine.


  • FlashForward (ABC, 8pm):  Series finale. “Mark learns the date of the next blackout while Simon and Demetri attempt to stop it.” Sorry, guys - the world as you know it will end on May 28.
  • 100 Questions (NBC, 8:30pm):  Series premiere. “Charlotte Payne (Sophie Winkleman) answers the first question in a 100-question survey at a dating service, and recounts a very bad date in the opener of a series that, in each episode, recalls an experience from her past that’s prompted by one of her questions.” After a hundred bad dates, you have to wonder who the problem is.
  • The OCD Project (VH1, 10pm):  Series premiere. “Six patients diagnosed with severe OCD move in together and begin an intensive course of therapy with Dr. David Tolin.” It’s one of the few rehab programs that doesn’t need assigned chores.


FRIDAY (5/28)
  • Hoarding: Buried Alive (Disc Health, 9pm):  “A woman who hoards fears she’s passing down her compulsion to her son.” She’s not in the mood to make room for both their crap.
  • Gravity (Starz, 10:30pm):  “Dogg may have picked a bad time to voluntarily go off his meds when the group enters a Recovery League softball tournament.” The game had to be called off because he kept stealing the base.
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC, 11:30pm):  “ performs as he wraps up his tenure on the show.” It’ll take years before he can smile genuinely again.


SUNDAY (5/30)
  • Kendra (10pm, E!):  “Kendra makes a swimsuit appearance in Las Vegas and visits with .” Kendra actually wearing her swimsuit? She really has matured.
  • Girl Meets Gown (We, 10pm):  Season finale. “The clock is ticking for a bride to find a gown, so she kicks her mom out of the fitting room in order to focus.” Later, her ticking biological clock will force her to kick mom out of the room once again.
  • Iron Chef America (Food, 10pm):  “‘Take Home Chef’ host Curtis Stone challenges Iron Chef Bobby Flay.” In a surprise turn of events, Bret Michaels came out of nowhere to surpass Stone once again.



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