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A select viewing guide for Friday, April 20
DRAMA Murder, She Wrote Vision, 7 p.m. The world would be a safer place if Jessica Fletcher was still in primetime. As portrayed by the fine English actress Angela Lansbury, the fictional spinster-sleuth was a veritable crime-solving machine in this popular series that originally aired from 1984 to 1996. And more than once she proved she could find a killer anytime, anywhere, as in tonight’s third-season outing in which Jessica is onboard an airplane when a brutal murder occurs in the first-class cabin. The Murder on the Orient Express plotline has a twist ending, and Kate Mulgrew, who later starred on Star Trek: Voyager, acquits herself nicely as a haughty actress topping Jessica’s suspect list.
REALITY Shark Tank ABC, 8 p.m. Desperately missing Dragon’s Den? Fill the void with this far superior program, which is faster, funnier and boasts far more crazy ideas from delusional entrepreneurs. Tonight’s pitches include an Arkansas firefighter trying to sell the Sharks on his home-safety product and a fast-talking New Jersey man trying to cash in on the billion-dollar wedding business. The must-see moment comes when the brash billionaire Mark Cuban attempts to steamroll over his fellow Sharks for first dibs on a great idea. Not on Kevin O’Leary’s watch, buddy.
REALITY Primetime: What Would You Do? ABC, 9 p.m. Still airing fresh episodes, this Friday edition of the ABC newsmagazine garners 20 per cent more viewers than the regular Primetime. Draw your own conclusions. Whatever the case, the format involves setting up outrageous scenarios in public places and filming the intervention—or non-intervention—of unassuming passerby. Watch the shocked reactions tonight as a man tries to take advantage of a woman who has had too much to drink, while a group of women pressure their friend to get drunk. John Quinones hosts.
COMEDY Good Vibes Comedy Network, 10 p.m. Lasting only one season on MTV, this sharp animated series revolves a pudgy teen loser named Mondo (voiced by Josh Gad) from New Jersey who becomes more depressed than usual when his mother moves them from scenic New Jersey to a cool California beach town. Mondo’s father, we discover, is a former Mob hitman in hiding. But once he settles into his new environment, and scopes the bikini-clad scenery, Mondo settles down for some typical teen hijinks, as in tonight’s show, in which he hacks into his mother’s Facebook account.
MOVIE Get Yourself a College Girl TCM, midnight ET; 9 p.m. PT Long before the music video, how did happening pop stars get exposure back in 1964? By appearing in swinging movies like this one! The film’s threadbare plot stars Mary-Ann Mobley as Terry, a prim college senior who’s been penning top-selling pop tunes under an assumed name. When Terry’s secret life comes to light, her solution is to head off to Sun Valley, Idaho, for a groovy ski vacation, which is really just an excuse for a steady stream of pop songs performed by The Dave Clark Five, The Standells, The Animals and Ms. Nancy Sinatra herself. Oddly, most of the styles worn by the kids in this movie are now back in style.