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What to Watch: TV Picks for November 14-20

by Laura Prudom, posted Nov 13th 2011 2:00PM
Mark Kelly and Gabrielle GiffordsMONDAY, NOVEMBER 14

'Clue' (8PM ET, The Hub)
miniseries premiere
Based on the iconic family game, this five-part original miniseries premieres with back-to-back episodes. The show follows six young sleuths who stumble upon an adventure they never imagined after witnessing a terrible crime. Along the way, the six very different kids discover they have a lot more in common than they thought as they uncover hidden treasures and decipher cryptic knowledge to reveal a secret society. The mystery they unravel, and the accusations they make, could very well define their own futures.

'Love & Hip-Hop' (9PM ET, VH1) season premiere
Returning for its second season, the reality series picks up where the first season left off, following the lives of six unique women, each with a link to the exciting, glamorous and high-stress world of hip hop. Featuring Chrissy Lampkin, Emily Bustamante, Kimberly "Kimbella" Vanderhee, Olivia Longott, Somaya "Boss" Reese and Yandy Smith.

'ABC News Special: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords' (10PM ET, ABC) special presentation
Ten months after her shooting at a Tuscon grocery store, Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, former astronaut Mark Kelly, talk to Diane Sawyer about the ordeal and the congresswoman's painful road to recovery.

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EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek: The 'CLUE' Reboot Is Seriously Action-Packed

by Maggie Furlong, posted Nov 10th 2011 11:00AM
ClueProfessor Plum in the conservatory with a candlestick? Not exactly -- this ain't your parents' Clue.

Based on the classic board game and subsequent cult favorite movie (seriously, that cast was brilliant), The Hub is airing 'CLUE,' a new five-part miniseries that looks way more action-packed than someone being shot with a revolver in the billiard room of a creepy old mansion.

We've got an exclusive sneak peek at the miniseries (premieres Mon., Nov. 14 with back-to-back episodes at 8PM and 8:30PM ET; new episodes premiere each night that week), showing what six young modern-day sleuths are capable of in the age of new technology.

Take a look and tell us: Will you watch this new re-imagining?

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'Fringe' - 'Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Apr 9th 2010 7:21AM
Fringe; Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver
(S02E17) "I have to tell him. I've gotta tell Peter the truth." - Olivia to Walter

I wish I could figure out how Sam, the bowling alley guy, fits into everything. I don't trust Nina Sharp one bit and neither does Olivia, so why should she think that Nina's suggestion to talk to Sam is a good thing? He could be totally nefarious (even though I don't get that vibe from him).

His midnight game of Clue did give us the great title for this episode, though, so there's that (along with the fact that we got to see Finn Garrity from 'Damages' again). But even so, he's not being very helpful at this point. Is he from the other universe? "I'm older than I look," he told Olivia. "I barely remember my childhood. I'm also taller than I appear."

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The Amazing Race: Your Target is Your Partner's Face - VIDEO

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Feb 23rd 2009 2:00AM
Luke from The Amazing Race

(S14E02) Tonight was the kind of episode during which you realize why The Amazing Race keeps snagging those Emmy awards. As the adrenalin builds for me watching from my comfy chair, I can only imagine what a wonderful adventure it is for the teams. The whirlwind race around the globe only took 23 days to film yet has a good six months of action packed within. The teams run the gambit from traveling pros to some who have never even made it south of the border. The editing is superb. I can't say enough good things about the show. But I also can't get into spoilers before the jump.

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The Amazing Race: Don't Let a Cheese Hit Me (season premiere)

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Feb 16th 2009 1:30AM
The teams for the new season of The Amazing Race
(S14E01) Tonight's season premiere of The Amazing Race shows how to do a reality show the right way. Exciting, entertaining, teams to both hate and love, plus a whole lot of stunning scenery. I've long contended that this show is the best reality show on television. It consistently wins Emmy Awards. Hey, American Idol ... what have you done for us lately? What? Eliminated Jamar and kept Tatiana and Nathaniel? Feh. Give me The Amazing Race any day instead! I mean ... we're talking adrenalin rushes, excitement, flying wheels of cheese, and bungee jumping in the Alps! It beats drama queens no holds barred.

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The Amazing Race: Please Hold Me While I Singe My Skull

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Nov 3rd 2008 12:05AM
Dandrew irons on The Amazing Race
(S13E06) Moms, don't let your boys grow up to be non-ironers. Let 'em by cowboys, let 'em be frats. But, whatever you do, make sure they know the basics of laundry. It's a life skill which may come in handy if they're ever on The Amazing Race. The remaining teams headed off to India for this leg of the race. India is one of those countries which always provide teams with frustration on the roads, but some had their own frustrations with each other. Read on for the full review of tonight's show.

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The Amazing Race: Do It Like a Madman

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Oct 26th 2008 10:20PM
Toni and Dallas, mother and son team on The Amazing Race
(S13E05) "His haircut makes him look like Teen Wolf." - Either Kelly or Christy about Dallas.

Kelly and Christy's impressions of Dallas not withstanding, I think that Dallas and Toni are the best son and mother team ever to be on The Amazing Race. Of course, the only other mother and son I can think of was a few years back and they had issues. Dallas might not know where New Zealand or Cambodia are, but he's got a great relationship with him Mom. I'm cheering on Teen Wolf and the Wolf Mother! But how did they make out tonight? Read on!

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The Amazing Race: I Wonder If They Like Blondes in New Zealand?

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Oct 19th 2008 11:57PM
Aja and Ty are learning a lot about each other on TAR

(S13E04) "Okay, Fidel. Are you done now?" - Ty to Aja

Before I get into my review of tonight's The Amazing Race, I ask that you please bear with me as I must go into an atypical anti-sports delaying my show rant. CBS, you do this to me every Sunday night. Knock it off. If it's not golf, it's football. If it's not football or golf, it's baseball. Enough already. If shows are going to be consistently delayed, just go ahead and schedule them an hour later. That way DVRs could be set, the CBS scheduling won't interfere with other networks, and I could actually watch a show in the 8 PM block if TAR isn't expected until 9 PM. None of this fifteen or forty-five minute stuff, delay to the hour if you must. And change those schedules around! Thank you.

You may return to your regularly scheduled review now ...

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Rescue Me: Clue

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Aug 13th 2008 1:02PM

John Scurti
(M8) "The "thing" is the food you would most like to eat after you bang her." - Lou

No joke - I have had this same conversation before with friends. Same premise (person, place, and thing) and we came down to discussing "the Jessicas" too. The Biels. The Albas. The Langes. And yes - The Rabbits. However, the thought of getting crayon on my naughty bits never crossed my mind when I was talking about hopping (no pun intended) in the sack with Roger Rabbit's woman. Then again, I wasn't standing in a burning building while trying to fight off painful shit cramps.

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