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TV Junkie: CBS to Relaunch; Late Night TV Is Packed Tonight

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CBS is relaunching the domain it got when it acquired CNet as a competitive move against Hulu. More choice is great but until one of these websites/networks figure out how to pay the viewer for their time, none of them will be the standout revolutionary we all need.

Fans of "The Office" might or might not be pleased that Jack Black will be making an appearance on the show in its post-Super Bowl slot.

Late night TV is packed tonight and it raises a lot of questions, do you try to learn something and watch Henry Kissinger on "Charlie Rose" or do you watch Tom Cruise simultaneously weird us our and embarrass himself on Letterman? Which emo performance will you go for, newcomers Fall Out Boy on Letterman or the original emo group The Cure on Kimmel?

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The TV Junkie Plan: The Third Man, Charlie Rose, Letterman/Leno/Kimmel/Ferguson??!!

8:00pm The Biggest Loser: Families NBC - Season Finale

9:00pm Independent Lens PBS/KCET - Wonders Are Many: The Making of Doctor Atomic Composer John Adams and director Peter Sellars create an opera about J. Robert Oppenheimer's development of the atomic bomb.