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Wednesday February 13th
“We can’t just have mainstream behavior on television in a free society, we have to make sure we see the whole panorama of human behavior.” – Jerry Springer (February 13, 1944; age 69)
American Idol (8PM, FOX) Female contestants compete in the Hollywood Round in hope of making it to the semifinals.
American Idol is like your grandparents; when it was young, it was exciting, fast and a lot of fun, but now it just takes forever to get where it’s going.
Arrow (8PM, CW) Oliver remembers a significant event from the island.
I can’t believe it wasn’t Penny’s boat.
Survivor: Caramoan — Fans vs. Favorites (8PM, CBS; Season Premiere) Fans compete against favorite contestants from past seasons.
Considering the use of the word “favorite” here, I have a suspicion that Allison Grodner is now the executive producer.
Big Rich Atlanta (8PM, Style) Ashlee separates herself from the girls following the events of the cupcake quarrel.
Any fight involving cupcakes cannot legally be classified higher than a quarrel, so this may be intense.
Modern Family (9PM, ABC) Claire and Phil’s Valentine’s Day romp ends with Claire in the hospital.
I guess she finally tripped on that golf ball.
Southland (10PM, TNT; Season Premiere) Ben Sherman falls in with a questionable crowd.
How is it that only Ryan is left on TV? And still getting the same plot arcs, I see.
Top Chef: Seattle (10PM, Bravo) Emeril and chef Roy Choi cook an emotional meal for the Elimination Challenge.
I don’t watch this show, but from the sounds of it, it seems like Emeril is up for elimination…which I’m all for.
The Americans (10PM, FX) Philip and Elizabeth discover that their murdered colleague Robert had a wife they never knew about.
A spy show with secrets? Too far-fetched for me.
My Strange Addiction (10PM, TLC; Season Premiere, 2 episodes) Trina and her husband Mike have done nearly 7,000 coffee enemas over the last two and a half years.
I don’t know what’s sadder; the possibility that these people really exist or the fact that you could pay an actor to butt chug coffee. Regardless, this is not the type of stuff I want to learn, TLC.
Workaholics (10PM, Comedy Central) Alone on Valentine’s Day, the guys turn to a webcam girl for romance.
Singular girl? Are they running imaginary train on this date?
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