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What to Watch: February 4

by Kim Potts, posted Feb 4th 2010 6:00AM
'The Sarah Silverman Program' (10:30PM, Comedy Central) season 3 premiere
She's back and naughtier than ever! This season will find Sarah meeting up with her imaginary childhood friend (guest star Andy Samberg), telling her pals, gay couple Brian and Steve, that they have hygiene issues, writing a children's book and taking on a Nazi war criminal played by Emmy winner Ed Asner. And tonight's premiere finds Sarah in one of her most outrageous situations ever, as she comes to believe that she was born with both male and female genitalia. How does she, um, handle, the situation? Let's just say it involves a moustache, a unibrow and the grossest necklace you've ever seen in primetime.'The Sarah Silverman Program' (10:30PM, Comedy Central) season 3 premiere
She's back and naughtier than ever! This season will find Sarah meeting up with her imaginary childhood friend (guest star Andy Samberg); telling her pals, gay couple Brian and Steve, that they have hygiene issues; writing a children's book; and taking on a Nazi war criminal played by Emmy winner Ed Asner. And tonight's premiere finds Sarah in one of her most outrageous situations ever, as she comes to believe that she was born with both male and female genitalia. How does she, um, handle, the situation? Let's just say it involves a mustache, a unibrow and the grossest necklace you've ever seen in primetime.

'Bones' – Booth and Brennan tackle one of their craziest cases ever: murder at an insane asylum (8PM, Fox)

'Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy' – Bill Cosby, Chris Rock, Whoopi Goldberg and Mo'Nique are among the interviewees in this Robert Townsend-directed documentary that examines the history of black comedians, from Richard Pryor and Dick Gregory to contemporary comics like Rock and Martin Lawrence (8PM, Showtime)

'Fringe' – In the "winter finale," Olivia confronts some trauma from her childhood, and it turns out Peter plays a role in it (9PM, Fox)

'The Office' – Kathy Bates guest stars as the head of Sabre, a company that takes over Dunder Mifflin. Wait 'til she finds out she also inherited Michael (9PM, NBC)

'30 Rock' – Brilliant: Frank moves in with Liz, and the new roomies decide to use the opportunity to help each other break their nastiest habits (9:30PM, NBC)

'Important Things With Demetri Martin' – Tonight's concept: attention (10PM, Comedy Central) season 2 finale

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