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This Week on TV (3/15-3/21)


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

 

MONDAY (3/15)
  • Chuck (NBC, 8pm):  When Casey (Adam Baldwin) sets out on a side mission for his former commander, he lands in jail for treason. Cut to Chuck and Sarah, who try to break him out of prison and restore his good name.” They have to convince everyone he’s not one of those Baldwin brothers once and for all.
  • Gossip Girl (CW, 9pm):  “Chuck discovers some things about the woman who may be his mother (Laura Harring).” He came across a steamy video of her with Naomi Watts taken somewhere near Mulholland Drive.
  • Damages (FX, 10pm):  “Arthur Frobisher (Ted Danson) returns to launch his new foundation.” As a member of the Handsome Men’s Club, he hopes to support up-and-coming hunks.
TUESDAY (3/16)
  • Lost (ABC, 9pm):  “The Locke Monster sends Sawyer on a mission.” Please don’t confuse him with the Loch Ness Monster—that doesn’t really exist.
  • Little Miss Perfect (We, 10pm):  “A pair of sisters, one of whom is a frequent winner, go up against a newcomer whose mom is a beauty-pageant veteran.” That’s what the losing sister is there for—to take out the competition.
  • FlashForward: What Did You See? (ABC, 10pm):  “A recap of the first 10 episodes of the series about a global blackout that occurred for two minutes and 17 seconds, during which most - but not all - people saw six months into the future.” In other words, is going backward.

 

WEDNESDAY (3/17)
  • Gary Unmarried (CBS, 8:30pm):  Season finale. “The second season ends with Gary discovering he is still married to Allison because the divorce papers were never filed.” So Gary was never unmarried? If CBS ever needs an out, I believe they’ve now got one.
  • Shear Genius (Bravo, 10pm):  “The contestants provide red-carpet looks at a CD-release party for R&B songstress Estelle.” The challenge: Create looks appealing to an American Boy.
  • Billy the Exterminator (A&E, 10:30pm):  “Billy battles a raccoon that’s in a dumpster.” He took the “Shut the Lid” route for the easy win.

 

THURSDAY (3/18)
  • FlashForward (ABC, 8pm):  “Nicole seeks to retore her faith and understand her flash-forward.” Meanwhile, fans are seeking to restore their faith in .
  • The Office (NBC, 9pm):  “The sales staffers try to seal the deal with spiel when Sabre’s newly minted ‘sales is king’ policy energizes them but balloons their egos.” If the Scranton branch improves its numbers, the rest of NBC’s Thursday night comedies will be forced to follow suit.
  • The Real Housewives of New York City (Bravo, 10pm):  “Alex fumes when Jill and LuAnn make snide remarks about her children.” Lesson: Keep comments about her children to myself.

 

FRIDAY (3/19)
  • Who Do You Think You Are? (NBC, 8pm):  “Series executive producer Lisa Kudrow traces her ancestry in a journey of self-discovery that includes family dramas revolving around the Holocaust and a young Polish soldier.” She also learned of a long lost twin sister named Ursula.
  • What Not to Wear (TLC, 9pm):  “A lawyer who owns a matchmaking business needs a more professional wardrobe.” She’s supposed to sell her services, not her goods.
  • American Loggers (Discovery, 10pm):  “Randy Bourgoin wants to go back to hauling after his near-fatal accident.” later profile him in her next project, The Hurt Logger.

 

SUNDAY (3/21)
  • The Celebrity Apprentice (NBC, 9pm):  “The stars must build a storefront to relaunch Kodak’s Kodak Moments ad campaign.” I’m guessing the Victoria’s Secret model (Selita Ebanks) will have an advantage in the photo department.
  • Kirstie Alley’s Big Life (A&E, 10pm):  Series premiere. “In the opener of a series following actress as she embarks on a weight-loss program and raises her two teens, she reveals her weight to the public and begins her program.” Let’s hope that program lasts longer than Fat Actress.
  • Hoarding: Buried Alive (TLC, 10pm):  “A 55-year-old hoarder moves back with his mother, a fellow hoarder.” He knew she would take anything - or anyone - in.

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