Potts Picks: Today’s Best TV – January 30, 2012

Potts Picks: Today’s Best TV – January 30, 2012


The Mortified Sessions
– In the first season finale, Breaking Bad Emmy winner Bryan Cranston talks about the free love days of his teenage and early twentysomething years, while Community star Danny Pudi talks about his relationship with his father, who he’s seen only a few times in his adult life. Here’s hoping this fantastic series gets the greenlight for a second season.

Fear Factor
– If the TMZ story is true (NBC wouldn’t confirm), this may officially be the grosses episode of Factor ever, as one of the stunts supposedly involves contestants drinking donkey semen. And urine. Go ahead, make all the jackass jokes you want.

Gossip Girl
– Chuck continues to wig about Blaire’s impending wedding, while Georgina ups the stakes for everyone with her pot-stirring return.

– House gets into the blackmail biz when he tries to take advantage of Foreman’s relationship with a married woman.

Pretty Little Liars
– Here comes (more) trouble: Hanna’s stepsister enrolls at school with the girls.

– Rebecca is in a tricky position because of a bank robber from the past.

America’s Money Class With Suze Orman
Suze covers the value of gold, rules of investing and sussing out money you may not know you have.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Reunion, Part 1 – In part one (of three), Andy Cohen and the gang revisit the infamous tea party and game night fights.

It’s a Brad, Brad World
Brad gets devastating news from his father.

Watch What Happens: Live
– And speaking of the aforementioned Brad Goreski, he and his Family Guy writer boyfriend Gary Janetti visit Andy in the Bravo clubhouse.

Worth flipping to during commercials:
– One of the women snags some alone time with Ben and then taunts the others about it at the rose ceremony on The Bachelor (8PM, ABC);
– On Heat Seekers (8PM, Food Network) Aaron and Roger taste the Naga Viper pepper, named the world’s hottest chili by the Guinness World Records people last year;
– On Disappeared (9PM, ID), unfolding the case of Jackie Markham, a Florida woman who’s been missing since 2000;
– Back-to-back new episodes of First Week In (9 and 10PM, Discovery);
Inside the NSA (9PM, NGC) gives viewers a rare look inside the National Security Agency, including the Threat Operations Center that protects the Defense Department from cyber attacks;
– This week’s four-episode marathon of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (9PM, Comedy Central) includes “The Gang Dances Their Asses Off,” with Charlie’s “Take My Breath Away” dance;
– A winner is chosen on the season 2 finale of Next Great Baker (9PM, TLC);
– It’s the season four premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race (9PM, Logo);
– Back-to-back new Pawn Stars (10 and 10:30PM) on History.

And the late-night line-up:
Conan (11PM, TBS): Dale Earnhardt Jr.;
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (11PM, Comedy Central): Lou Dobbs;
The Colbert Report (11:30PM, Comedy Central): Laurence H. Tribe;
The Late Show with David Letterman (11:35PM, CBS): Jennifer Lopez;
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:35PM, NBC): Madonna and Chris Colfer;
Jimmy Kimmel Live (12:05AM, ABC): Marc Maron;
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (12:35AM, NBC): Glenn Close;
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (12:37AM, CBS): Don Cheadle;
Last Call with Carson Daly (1:35AM, NBC): Nelson George and Tom Morello (REPEAT).

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    I would like to win this because I currently do182&#n7;t have a liner in my pail and I’m lugging the whole thing to the laundry room and back, It would be so much easier to carry the bag – and not have to rinse the pail so often!

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