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Your select viewing guide for Wednesday, Jan. 11
REALITY Dragons’ Den CBC, 8 p.m. Which of the Dragons is most likely to give budding entrepreneurs a second chance? Regular viewers of the show would probably put Arlene Dickinson on top of the list, if only because she seems like the nicest member of the Dragons panel. She's likely followed in kindheartedness by Jim Treliving, Robert Herjavec and Bruce Croxon. As for Kevin O'Leary, it's a miracle if he tolerates the first pitch. In tonight's annual Second Chance episode, a men's underwear line refines its concept, an all-natural soap company refines its business plan and a woman really, really tries to convince the Dragons that her dog festival is a brilliant idea.
COMEDY Are You There, Chelsea? NBC, 8:30 p.m. Inspired by Chelsea Handler's bestselling book Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea, this new sitcom is a TV comeback vehicle for Laura Prepon. The ex-That Seventies Show regular has the lead role of Chelsea, a twentysomething party girl with a razor-sharp wit. When Chelsea is busted for a D.U.I., her reaction is to move closer to where she works: A grungy New Jersey sports bar. The best part: Handler herself plays Chelsea's uptight born-again Christian sister, Sloane.
SCIENCE I Cloned My Pet TLC, 9 p.m. Strange days indeed. Debuting tonight, this new series delves into the rarified world of pet cloning, where people go to untold expense to bring a version of their dead cat or dog back to life. The first episode introduces viewers to Danielle, whose home in Staten Island, N.Y., is a sprawling shrine to her late dog Trouble, who died three years earlier. She sleeps beside the urn with his ashes every night! The show follows Danielle as she gives Trouble's remains to a team of Korean scientists, who claim they can make a new Trouble. The cost of cloning is, of course, prohibitive for the average person, but isn't that what second mortgages are for?