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TV Junkie: 'Curb' on TV Guide Starts Tonight; Christian Extremists Target Comedy Central

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Guitarist Dave Navarro argues/discusses an episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" with series star Susie Essman on an episode of "Curb: The Discussion" which begins airing tonight at 10pm on the TV Guide network.

Guitarist Dave Navarro argues/discusses an episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" with series star Susie Essman on an episode of "Curb: The Discussion" which begins airing tonight at 10pm on the TV Guide network.
Muslim Christian extremists have united to combat rumored Comedy Central animated Jesus project. About 6 weeks ago American Muslim extremists targeted Comedy Central's "South Park" creators for death after their portrayal of Muhammad in an episode and now their Christian counterparts are gathering forces to combat just the very idea of a Jesus project that may or may not even exist. We await Michael Medved's imminent fatwah on the subject.
Tonight the TV Guide network begins broadcasting episodes of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" followed by "Curb: The Discussion" and it's pretty darn good. Not only have they somehow managed to edit the show to retain its full offensiveness but the panels in the discussion segments have everyone from Jerry Seinfeld to Joe Scarborough, from Taraji P. Henson to Mayim Bialik. TV Guide will broadcast 2 sets of episodes starting at 10pm every Wednesday.
Warren the Ape from "Greg the Bunny" will have a new show on MTV starting at the end of this month. Check out the promo clip at the end of this post.
Patrick Stewart is now officially Sir Patrick Stewart.
Lifetime's "Drop Dead Diva" doesn't start up until this Sunday but they've launched a companion Facebook game called "Pieces of You" that allows users to connect "qualities" that lead character Jane possesses (shoe collection, fashion sense, etc.) with their Facebook friends.
The TV Junkie Plan: "Throwdown With Bobby Flay", "Worst Case Scenario" (first 1/2 hour), "Curb Your Enthusiasm"/"Curb: The Discussion", "The Daily Show" (Morgan Freeman), Ferguson (Evangeline Lilly)8:00pm Carole King -- James Taylor Live at the Troubadour PBS/KCET - The muscians/composers reunite for a 2007 performance at the Troubadour, accompanied by the same band that played with them at their first appearance at the venue in 1971.

8:00pm So You Think You Can Dance Fox - Auditions continue.

9:00pm America's Got Talent NBC - Season Premiere.

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9:00pm Throwdown With Bobby Flay Food - Bobby takes on Nick Suarez and his newest creation "Brooklyn's Cheesiest Dog."

9:00pm Are We There Yet? TBS - Season Premiere.

9:00pm Pride: The Gay and Lesbian Comedy Slam Showtime - Standup special

10:00pm In Plain Sight USA - A woman from an organized crime family seeks help from Mary when her protection status is threatened.

10:00pm Worst-Case Scenario Discovery - Mountain Bike Disaster; Run for Your Life; Road Rage; Panicked Crowd Stampede

10:00pm Top Chef Masters Bravo - Chefs must take inspiration from the Groundlings

10:00pm Dinner: Impossible Food - Robert heads to Disney World to play Prince Charming and feed 400 volunteers from across the U.S.

10:30pm Tosh.0 Comedy Central - Season Premiere.

11:00pm The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Comedy Central - Morgan Freeman

11:00pm Lopez Tonight TBS - Cat Deeley; comic Charlie Murphy.

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11:00pm Chelsea Lately E! - Round-table participants include Jo Koy, Jason Sklar and Sarah Colonna.

12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actress Evangeline Lilly; actress Charlyne Yi; magician LaRaf.

Warren the Ape - MTV Shows