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Sunday, February 1, 2009

Weekly Couch Potato News for 02/01/2009

It's Super Bowl Weekend, and I've got some treats for you!!

Here are your Weekly Ads.

DVDs (released on Tuesday):

  • Afro Samurai: Resurrection - Director's Cut
  • Zack and Miri Make a Porno
  • Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist
  • Madagascar - Escape 2 Africa (released on Friday)

Music (released on Tuesday):

  • Nothing noteworthy

TV Shows (most info from http://tvguide.com/listings):

  • Tonight – After the Super Bowl, stay tuned to NBC for a special one-hour episode of The Office. Here is a sneak peak and some interviews, including one with Jessica Alba. There are also new episodes of Secret Diary of a Call Girl on Showtime @ 10:30pm and Robot Chicken @ 11:30pm on Cartoon Network.
  • Monday – At 8pm on FOX is the 100th episode of House (promo below)! And on NBC, Chuck is back at 8pm (promo) with an all-new 3-D episode, followed by a new episode of Heroes at 9pm (promo), kicking off Volume 4 "Fugitives." Find out where to get your 3-D glasses for the special episode of Chuck here.

  • Tuesday – There is a new episode of Fringe on FOX @ 9pm (promo), and two new episodes of Scrubs on ABC @ 9pm.
  • Wednesday – There are new episodes of Knight Rider @ 8pm & Life @ 9pm on NBC and Lie To Me @ 9pm on FOX. Additionally, ABC is airing an enhanced rerun of the LOST episode "Jughead" at 8pm followed by a brand new episode @ 9pm (promo).

  • Thursday – There are new episodes on The CW of Smallville @ 8pm (sneak peek) and Supernatural @ 9pm. There are also new episodes on NBC of My Name Is Earl @ 8pm & The Office @ 9pm, and there is a new episode of Bones on FOX @ 8pm.
  • Friday – New episodes on Cartoon Network of Batman: The Brave & The Bold @ 8pm and Star Wars: The Clone Wars @ 9pm, and there is a new episode of Wolverine and the X-Men on Nicktoons @ 8pm.


Comic Books:

Here is this week's list of new comics.


There are a few good releases to choose from this weekend. The "mind powers" movie Push starring Dakota Fanning and Chris Evans comes out, as well as, the Neil Gaiman story Coraline. For the full list of this week's theatrical releases, click here.

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