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What to Watch: April 26 - May 2

by Stephanie Earp, posted Apr 26th 2010 2:10AM


Law & Order: SVU -
Tuesday April 27, 10 pm, CTV/NBC

NBC must have heard I was complaining about the 'Law & Order' franchise and decided they had to surprise me with a wicked little treat. So they hired Sharon Stone for a guest role as Stabler's ex-partner, now an ADA named Jo Malone. Sharon sticks around for four episodes and I do sincerely hope the writers make full use of her ability to play smart snarky women you don't necessarily like, but respect.

Law & Order: SVU -
Tuesday April 27, 10 pm, CTV/NBC

NBC must have heard I was complaining about the 'Law & Order' franchise and decided they had to surprise me with a wicked little treat. So they hired Sharon Stone for a guest role as Stabler's ex-partner, now an ADA named Jo Malone. Sharon sticks around for four episodes and I do sincerely hope the writers make full use of her ability to play smart snarky women you don't necessarily like, but respect.

Also This Week:

24 - Monday April 26, 9 pm, Global/Fox

D.B Sweeney guest-stars tonight - and the man has done some fine acting in many respectable films and shows over his career. And yet it is my hope that somehow, on Day 8 of '24', President Allison Taylor will have cause to explain why one of D.B.'s objectives failed by leaning towards him and saying 'toepick'.

The Marriage Ref - Thursday April 29, 10 pm, Citytv/NBC

Tonight's panel could be the best or the worst yet on this show. Sarah Silverman is reliably funny, but her humour isn't exactly prime-time. Martin Short has turned into a total diva who overdoes his jokes, and finally there's Matthew Broderick. Oh, Matthew. You were so cute back in the Ferris Bueller days. Now you seem like a stiff old man with indigestion. Together, these three will either be a glorious train wreck or really dull.

Family Guy - Sunday May 2, 7 pm, Global/Fox

This is the 150th episode of 'Family Guy' - not bad for a show that got cancelled years ago. In keeping with that "years ago" theme, this episode is a sort of homage to the movie 'Panic Room' - released in 2002, right around the time 'FG' was initially pulled off the air. Coincidence? Probably. Anyhow, Brain and Stewie get trapped in a bank vault and the episode proceeds in real time. At some point, Stewie loses an ear.

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