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TVJunkie: Winter Olympics Interfere w/TV Production; SOTU Speech Not Interfering with 'Lost' Premiere; SAG Bleacher Seat Charity Auction

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The "White Collar" season premiere is tonight (new night!) at 10pm on USA. See our video of the series kick off last Fall


The "White Collar" season premiere is tonight (new night!) at 10pm on USA. See our video of the series kick off last Fall
Be sure to check out the LAist photo essay coverage of yesterday's "Rally For Conan" at his Universal set. There were also rallys in Chicago, New York, and other cities. Makes us wonder what will happen after the final show on Friday.
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Even though the Winter Olympics are almost a month away they will be interfering with the production of several of your favorite series, including: "V" and "Fringe". Um, the Olympics have been planned for at least a decade so this shouldn't have been a surprise.
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Yay! President Obama's State of the Union speech has been scheduled for January 27th, and thus will not interfere with the season premiere of "Lost" on February 2nd (but it will interfere with "American Idol" in an obvious Liberal conspiracy against Fox).
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You can still bid on getting bleacher seats for this Saturday's SAG Awards, the proceeds go to charity - we hope to see you there.
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The TV Junkie Plan: "Attack of the Show", "Nova", "Better Off Ted", "White Collar", "Chelsea Lately", Conan (Spoon!), Ferguson (Alan Alda, Anna Kendrick)6:30pm X-Play G4 - Mass Effect 2 dissected

7:00pm Attack of the Show! G4 - New DVD releases; green tech; lethal defense.

8:00pm Nova: Riddles of the Sphinx PBS/KCET - Scientists uncover how the Sphinx was carved and reveal details about the people who built it.

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8:00pm American Idol FOX - Auditions continue as hopefuls perform for the judges in Chicago; Shania Twain serves as a guest judge

9:00pm Dirty Jobs Discovery - Mike spends the day chasing feral chickens and chicks off the streets of Miami.

9:00pm Last Restaurant Standing BBC America - The six remaining couples are given the chance to open and run their own restaurant.

9:30pm Better Off Ted ABC - Ted uses a new Veridian translating device to romance a beautiful German executive who doesn't speak English.

10:00pm The Millionaire Matchmaker Bravo - Season Premiere

10:00pm White Collar USA - Season Premiere

10:00pm Independent Lens: Copyright Criminals PBS/KCET - Music sampling and debates about artistic expression, copyright law and money

10:00pm Southland TNT - The rebroadcast continues: Officers search for the mother of an abandoned baby girl

10:00pm Paranormal Cops A&E - Series Premiere

10:00pm Teen Mom MTV - Amber wants to move away from Gary; Farrah is sick of living with her parents; Maci struggles to keep up in school; Catelyn and Tyler plan their future.

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10:15pm Hot Millions TCM - (1968) An embezzler (Peter Ustinov) posing as a computer genius uses a conglomerate's computer to write himself big checks.

11:00pm Lopez Tonight TBS - Brendan Fraser; Khloe Kardashian; Lamar Odom.

11:00pm The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Comedy Central - Colin Firth guests

11:00pm Chelsea Lately E! - Round-table participants include Adren Myrin, Eric Price and Chris Hardwick.

11:35pm Late Show With David Letterman CBS - Actor Dwayne Johnson; charity spokesperson Bettina Luescher; the Swell Season performs.

11:35pm The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien NBC - Actor Paul Bettany; Spoon performs.

12:05am Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC - Actor Dennis Quaid; actor Ty Burrell; Orianthi performs.

12:35am The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson CBS - Actor Alan Alda; actress Anna Kendrick.

12:35am Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC - TV personality Randy Jackson; TV personality Paul Teutul Sr.; The Mountain Goats perform.