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This Week on TV (3/3-3/9)

This Week on TV

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MONDAY (3/3)
  • The Royal Family (ABC, 8pm):  hosts a special that documents a year in the lives of the British royal family.  Wow - they’re letting people get to know them better?  That’s such a Diana move.
  • Terminator:  The Sarah Connor Chronicles (FOX, 8pm):  “In the two-hour finale, John and Derek are at odds over whether Cameron can be trusted.”  Meanwhile, I’m still trying to figure out whether I’ll miss the show.
  • Welcome to the Captain (CBS, 8:30):  “Marty gets Josh an interview with the president of Paramount.”  At least one of them will have a job when the show’s cancelled.
  • The New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS, 9:30):  “Matthew goes to therapy to discuss intimacy issues and learns he is too dependent on his sister.”  Did anyone else shudder when they read that sentence?

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More Un-‘Real Housewives’ to Come

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Prime Time, Reality, Bravo, Cable,

Real Housewives of Orange County 3

If you’re anything like me, you were absolutely sickened by last night’s episode of .  (Yes - every woman should have a nice 40th, but did Tamra really “deserve” a $40,000 Rolex for her birthday?)  But Tuesday’s airing really didn’t differ from the previous episodes—nor will it keep me from watching again.

Sensing my need to know these women better, has chosen to branch out.  (Now that Jeana and her husband are finally kaput, the awkwardness level has decreased a bit.)  Hoping to tap into a new set of neuroses - while surviving the - the channel will be taking it the other coast.  That’s right.  We’ll soon be introduced to the !  In other words, expect to see more furs (less fake tans), more drivers (less convertibles) and more Broadway openings (the same amount of drunken outings).

The socialites featured in this Housewives spinoff will include a businesswoman, a former model/actress and a countess.  I’m also hoping this installment will include the overworked nannies that are so lacking in the O.C. version (and the hours the mistresses spend writing ‘To Do Lists’ for the help).

Expect more head-shaking entertainment when The Real Housewives of New York City debuts on March 4.

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