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TV Junkie: Paul McCartney on Colber(t); 'Lost', 'Damages' Reign
Sir Paul McCartney will pay a visit to Comedy Central's"The Colber(t) Repor(t)" tonight - we're wondering if Colber(t) will succeed in performing a song with yet another famous musician. [Also Colber(t)-related is his latest "remix challenge", so all you audio-tweakers should check out the details here.]The TV Junkie Plan: "Make 'em Laugh", "Lost", "Damages", Colber(t), Conan
8:00pm Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America PBS/KCET - Wiseguys, like W.C. Fields, and smart-alecks, like Groucho Marx, get the last word; mocking American life, politics and preoccupations.
9:00pm Lost ABC - Desmond looks for a woman who may be the key to helping Faraday stop the island's movements through time.
9:00pm Lie to Me FOX - A female soldier accuses a commanding officer of sexual assault; the team investigates a potential athletic bribe.
10:00pm Damages FX - Patty works to clear Daniel in his wife's murder; Ellen and Tom gather information.
10:00pm Top Chef Bravo - Contestants take part in a Super Bowl cook-off against seven all-stars from previous seasons.
10:00pm Life on Mars ABC - New time
11:30pm The Colber(t) Repor(t) Comedy Central - Sir Paul McCartney pays a visit.
12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actor Cuba Gooding Jr.; actress Freida Pinto of "Slumdog Millionaire".
12:35am Late Night With Conan O'Brien NBC - Actress Evangeline Lilly; actor Kevin Connolly; Cold War Kids perform.
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Leads Ali Wong and Steven Yeun issue a joint statement along with show creator Lee Sung Jin.
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