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What to Watch: June 7 - 13

by Stephanie Earp, posted Jun 7th 2010 3:24AM
Glee - Tuesday June 8, 8pm ET/PT, Global/Fox

Is it just me or does it seem like 'Glee' is debuting or ending just about every other week? This show is such a drama queen. Of course the end of season one finds us at regionals, with New Directions competing against Vocal Adrenaline for the title. One hiccup: Sue is at the judges' table, beside guest stars Olivia Newton-John and Josh Groban. Confirmed tunes include 'Don't Stop Believing' and 'Anyway You Want It'. Quinn will have her baby in a scene producers say is very convincing -- but the mystery is, what will she decide to do?

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Dragon's Den - Monday June 7, 8 pm ET/PT, CBC

Tonight the much-hyped 'greenvention' episode gets underway -- and it should be interesting to see if this contest format really works for 'Dragon's Den'. You have to admit, part of the show's appeal is never knowing if you're about to see a crazy person pitch insanity to the Dragons. Not tonight -- the entrepreneurs featured have already beat out 600 other applicants with their ideas, including a green baby wipe, recycled moldable plastic and a recyclable hanger.

The Bachelorette - Monday June 7, 8 pm ET/PT, Citytv/ABC

Remember when Steven Page was picked up for possession of cocaine and it was all scandalous and then he left the Barenaked Ladies and went solo? I bet you thought that was the worst thing that could happen to the band. Not so. Tonight BNL are actually appearing on 'The Bachelorette', where Ali will be some sort of star for their next video, and each of the remaining contestants will have a little scene with her. Don't get me wrong, this is probably the best group date idea this show has ever had -- I just can't believe they were able to book BNL for it.

Air India 182 - Sunday June 13, 10 pm ET/PT, CBC

Any minute now the government will release the final report on the AIr India bombing of 1985. Perhaps in hopes of holding them to that promise, CBC repeats the acclaimed doc-drama 'Air India 182', which includes interviews with CSIS and RCMP officials and of course, the families of some of the 32 passengers who died.

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