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A select viewing guide for Friday, April 27
REALITY Til Debt Do Us Part Slice, 7 p.m. Still going strong in its eighth season, this series in which money expert Gail Vaz-Oxlade provides financial counseling to free-spending couples is timely viewing in these uncertain economic times. In tonight's first show, she meets the self-employed couple Ingrid and Jamie, who have two kids, a mortgage and a mountain of bills that have her stressed and him pretending it isn't happening. In the second show, Ms. Vaz-Oxlade performs a rescue mission for Michelle and Zack, whose finances are at meltdown stag -- three months into their marriage! In both instances, Ms. Vaz-Oxlade's tough-love method begins with the surrendering of credit cards.
DRAMA The Big C W, 8 p.m. For those viewers who believed this highly-touted cable series would eventually air on regular television, the wait is over. First broadcast on the U.S. premium channel Showtime, the series stars the talented film actress Laura Linney as Cathy, a good-natured school teacher whose world is understandably turned upside down when she receives a fatal diagnosis of stage-four melanoma. Determined to live her remaining days to the fullest, Cathy decides to build a pool in her backyard, tries to reconnect with her homeless brother and has a showdown with one of her problematic summer-school students, played by Oscar nominee Gabourey Sidibe. You go, girl!
DRAMA CSI: NY CBS, CTV, 9 p.m. We could be into the final hours for this beloved crime drama. In recent weeks, rumours are rampant that CBS will cut loose one entry in the CSI franchise at the end of this season, and since the original CSI is still performing impressively and everyone at CBS is afraid of CSI: Miami¹s David Caruso, this could be the entry that gets the chop. If so, the Big Apple edition is turning up the grisly factor on the way out. In tonight's new episode, CSI lab boss Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) investigates a murder in which the body is found dismembered and strategically placed on four New York street corners.
NEWS 20/20 ABC, CHCH, 10 p.m. It's both a relief and a shock when your worst fears are realized. Tonight, host Chris Cuomo extracts the truth from more than a dozen people about what really happens behind the scenes in trusted business practices. To wit: A car salesman reveals the lies and tricks used to trick customers into a sale; a human resources executive discloses what a company will say when it's planning to fire an employee; and a surgeon confesses to dropping a patient's body part on the floor. Also, a private-school teacher makes what may be the ultimate confession: She's really a porn star!
MOVIE La Dolce Vita Telelatino, 7 p.m. Required viewing for any true cineaste, this 1960 feature introduced director Federico Fellini to the world. The film stars Marcello Mastroianni as the jaded journalist Marcello Rubini, who yearns to write serious stories but is instead relegated to pointless gossip stories. His aimless wanderings through the streets of Rome bring him into contact with a jaded heiress (Anouk Aimee) at the same time his job requires him to interview a vapid film star (Anita Ekberg). Alternating between Marcello's idealized fantasies and reality, it's a wonderfully weird trip.