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TV Junkie: Wednesday

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The SAG and producers meet again today for the 18th time, yeah, the 18th.

NBC is putting the hammer down to sell off Olympic broadcasting ad inventory and has been lagging behind FOX and ABC in overall up-front ad sales. Look for ads to get even more annoyingly irritating as NBC offers discounts to existing Olympics advertisers.

9:00pm Farmer Wants a Wife CW - A game of truth or dare reveals the women's secrets; Matt's date choice is surprising.

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9:00pm The Millionairess Comedy TCM - (1960) An exotic heiress (Sophia Loren) and a poor doctor (Peter Sellers) from India can wed only by satisfying each other's terms

9:30pm Queen Rock Montreal PBS/KCET - (1982) Queen rocks Montreal in 1982, 'nuff said.

10:00pm Top Chef Top Chef BRAVO - The four remaining chefs travel to Puerto Rico for their next challenge.

10:00pm She's Got the Look She's Got the Look TVLAND - Series Premiere. Kim Alexis.who is way over 35, hosts as women over the age of 35 compete for a modeling contract.

11:35pm The Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Actor Jack Black; Esperanza Spalding performs.

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