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TV Premieres Tonight...
There's nothing premiering on TV tonight, so it's time for all you couch potatoes to put down the remotes and do a little something different -- like see a movie or something.
Big movies opening this week:
>> The Guardian: Like Top Gun, but with swimmers.
>> Open Season: Cartoon animals on film -- how original!
>> School for Scoundrels: Billy Bob teaches Napoleon Dynamite how to grow cojones.
But if you'd like to get your DVR primed and pumped for next week's premieres, check out the complete list of dates at TV Squad.
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