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What to Watch on Tuesday: Carolina Hurricanes on 'The Biggest Loser'

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Pioneers of Television (8pm, UNC-TV) - The second season episodes have ended, but this is a really good repeat from Season 1 focusing on late night television. Segments on Steve Allen, Jack Paar, and Johnny Carson, and interviews with Regis Philbin, Dick Cavett, and Arsenio Hall. Highly recommend.

Biggest Loser: Couples (8pm, NBC) - Tonight's show features a segment taped at the North Carolina Food Bank in Raleigh as part of a national Pound for Pound Challenge. That segment features members of the Carolina Hurricanes volunteering at the Food Bank and stuffing backpacks for the Backpack Program.

Glee (8pm, Fox) - Brittany tries to help Rachel into McKinley High's social scene, and Sue suffers from depression following the Cheerios' loss. The music of Justin Bieber is featured. Take that, Esperanza Spalding!

Raising Hope (9pm, Fox) - The Chances' new obsession with cleanliness leads to a discovery via old home movies of the secret behind the family's history of good health.

Parenthood (10pm, NBC) - Max has a birthday party hosted by a man (Michael Emerson from 'Lost,' right) with Asperger's syndrome.

Southland (10pm, TNT) - Lydia gets suspended and makes a connection with a hurt witness, John tries to improve a neighborhood, and Chickie is bothered by memories of a high-speed chase.

The Game (10pm, BET) - Malik is pushed to the limit in rehab, and Kelly tries to stay involved with the Sunbeams.

The Good Wife (10pm, CBS) - Diane represents a young internet billionaire who sues a film studio for allegedly defaming in him a movie. Meanwhile , Alicia confronts Will about the message he left on her voicemail months earlier. Rita Wilson and F. Murray Abraham guest star.

Love/Lust (10pm, Sundance) - This series, which looks at the history behind fashion staples. tonight examines the bikini. Featured: Raquel Welch, Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Halle Berry, and Britney Spears.

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Alicia's brother

I'm supposed to like him since he's "my people," but I don't like him.  (Well, there was that brief moment of fabulosity when he got Alicia's mother-in-law to wear the headdress thing.)

For starters, he cheated [keyword *cheated*] on his boyfriend and then *lied* about it.  That's two self-centered deceptions for the price of one, and yeah, I'm aware that his situation is supposed to parallel Alicia's, that his character plays a sort of "counter-point" to Alicia's "The Good Wife".

Then there's the ridiculous dialogue that passes between the two siblings and is supposed to be "banter".  I think it's utter bullsh-t -- I have two amazing, intelligent sisters [and I am the amazing, intelligent gay brother], and we don't talk to each other like we're mid novella.  (And amazingly enough, we're all voracious readers who regularly swap book titles.)

And finally, the man needs to wear a pair of shoes.  Every gay man knows that socks and Birks is for lesbians.  If he wants to wear socks, he needs a pair of Birk clogs.

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Brooke Cain isn't always proud of the number of hours she logs in front of the TV, but her loss of brain cells can be your gain. From reality shows to sitcoms to the more serious stuff, Brooke keeps her DVR smoking so that she can help keep you in the know. Brooke also tweets for Happiness is a Warm TV (you can follow @WarmTV) and updates the blog's Facebook page.
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