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A Complete Look At The Week Of January 22-31, 2011

Compiled By Gary West @  and

In The News

R.  Sargent Shriver was honored Saturday (Jan.22) as much for his passion for helping others as his loving hugs and enjoyment of baseball. Shriver, who fulfilled his brother-in-law John F. Kennedy’s campaign promise by starting the Peace Corps, developed the aid organization into an international force. Philanthropists and politicians who have worked to help others through charities were among hundreds honoring Shriver at a funeral Massat Our Lady of Mercy Parish, the Shriver family’s church in Potomac, Md. Former President Bill Clinton, first lady Michelle Obama, U2 frontman Bono and singer Wyclef Jean were among those in attendance, along with members of the Kennedy and Shriver

Prime Minister Brian Cowen announced Saturday (Jan.22) that he has resigned as leader of Ireland’s dominant Fianna Fail party but intends to keep leading the government through the March 11 election. Opposition chiefs demanded his immediate ouster as premier.Cowen’s surprise move capped a week of political crises that brought his coalition government to the brink of collapse.

Under pressure to energize the economy, President Barack Obama said Saturday (Jan. 22) he will use his State of the Union address to outline an agenda to create jobs now and boost American competitiveness over the long term. Heading quickly into re-election mode, Obama is expected to use Tuesday’s prime-time speech to promote spending on innovation while also promising to reduce the national debt and cooperate with emboldened Republicans.

An arctic blast from Canada is responsible for some of the frigid temperatures in the northern U.S. and some of the coldest air to hit the Northeast in two years. The cold was linked to at least two deaths in the Northeast, including that of a woman whose frozen body was found in a driveway. Temperatures were projected to fall well below zero across New England on Sunday night as a high-pressure area builds over the region. The coldest spots will dip to less than 30 degrees below zero, with the wind chill expected to drop to 51 below zero in some places, the National Weather Service said.

A shooting on Sunday (Jan.23) at a Wal-Mart in Port Orchard, Washington, just west of Seattle, left two people dead and two sheriff’s deputies wounded, authorities said. A suspected gunman and a young woman were killed in the gunfire, but it was not immediately certain whether they were together or what link if any there was between them, Washington State Patrol spokeswoman Krista Hedstrom told Reuters. The suspect was killed as he tried to flee and deputies returned. A third, female deputy on the scene was unharmed, but Hedstrom said it was not clear who shot the gunman or the woman who died.

J.C. Penney Co. is getting rid of its catalog business and closing some stores, outlets and call center locations in an effort to streamline operations and boost profits. The department store operator also said Monday that Vornado Realty Trust Chairman Steven Roth and activist investor William Ackman will become board members. Penney’s enacted a “poison pill” in October after both Ackman and Vornado took large stakes in the company.

Passing – Fitness guru Jack LaLanne. He was 96. LaLanne pioneered exercise and fitness on television. His workout show was a television staple from the 1950s to the ’70s. LaLanne and his dog Happy encouraged kids to wake their mothers and drag them in front of the television set. He developed exercises that used no special equipment, just a chair and a towel. He also founded a chain of fitness studios that bore his name and in recent years touted the value of raw fruit and vegetables as he helped market a machine called Jack LaLanne’s Power Juicer.

An explosion ripped through the international arrivals hall at Moscow’s busiest airport on Monday, killing 36 people and wounding about 130, officials said. The Russian president called it a terror attack. The state RIA Novosti news agency, citing law enforcement sources, said the mid-afternoon explosion at Domodevo Airport may have been caused by a suicide bomber. Those at the airport said it was filled with thousands of people at the time and the terminal filled up quickly with smoke.

General Motors Co. sold more cars and trucks in China last year than it did in the U.S., for the first time in the company’s 102-year history. Despite GM’s growth in China, Toyota Motor Corp. held onto the title of world’s largest automaker. The Japanese company reported 8.42 million sales worldwide last year. That’s 30,000 more than GM’s 8.39 million.

The 22-year-old man accused in a deadly Arizona rampage that critically wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has made his first public statement regarding his role in the shooting: He’s not guilty. Jared Loughner entered the plea Monday to federal charges of trying to assassinate Giffords and kill two of her aides. He also faces murder charges in the deaths of a federal judge and another Giffords aide killed in the Tucson shootings, and more charges were expected.

State of the Union – January 25 – Seeking to rally the nation to a new era of creative greatness, President Obama in his State of the Union address called on Americans to put aside partisan differences and unite around a common goal of global competitiveness. “This is our generation’s Sputnik moment,” Obama said, likening the U.S.’s current economic situation to the days when the Soviets beat America into space in the 1950s. He called for new investments in education, medical research and technology in hopes of spurring a similar wave of U.S. innovation that the nation experienced in its space race with the Soviets. To win the future, we’ll need to take on challenges that have been decades in the making,” Obama said, adding “the world…and the rules have changed.”

Some 26.1 million people watched President Obama’s prime-time State of the Union address, as the big four broadcast networks each devoted at least 90 minutes to their coverage.

Toyota Motor is to recall nearly 1.7 million vehicles worldwide including 1.2 million in Japan and 421,000 overseas over a fuel leak risk, the automaker and the Transport Ministry said on Wednesday. Toyota and the ministry said the recalls include around 245,000 of its luxury Lexus vehicles in the United States and 74,590 Lexus, Crown and other cars in Japan over other leakage fears.

By the end of April, terror threats to the U.S. will no longer be described in shades of green, blue, yellow, orange and red.The nation’s color-coded terror warning system will be phased out beginning this week, according to government officials familiar with the plan. The officials requested anonymity to speak ahead of an announcement scheduled Thursday by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Eager to cut spending, the Republican-controlled House voted to end multimillion-dollar federal subsidies for presidential candidates and national political conventions, the first of what party leaders promised will be weekly, bite-sized bills to attack record deficits.

Tens of thousands of Yemenis demanded the president step down in nationwide protests Thursday, taking inspiration from the popular revolt in Tunisia and vowing to continue until their U.S.-backed government falls. Yemen is the latest Arab state to be hit by mass anti-government protests, joining Tunisia and Egypt in calls for revolutionary change. The demonstrations pose a new threat to the stability of Yemen, the Arab world’s most impoverished nation, which has become a haven for al-Qaida militants.

People across the Northeast wearily shoveled their sidewalks and dug out their cars — again — after getting clobbered by the latest in a seemingly never-ending string of snowstorms, this one an overachieving mess that packed more punch than anyone expected. “I’ve lived in New York 70 years, and this year is the worst I remember,” said Lenny Eitelberg, 77. “It’s the continuity of it. It just keeps coming. Every week there’s something new to be worried about. It’s almost become comical.” In the Washington area, up to 7 inches of snow renewed memories of last year’s “snowpocalypse” and created chaos when it hit the nation’s capital at the height of the evening rush hour Wednesday, forcing commuters into treacherous, eight-hour drives home. Even the president got caught in traffic. New York City and the area received about 18 inches

President Barack Obama has chosen Jay Carney, the communications chief to Vice President Joe Biden and a former Time magazine journalist, to be the next White House press secretary. Carney, 45, will provide one of the most public faces of the White House as Obama’s presidency pivots toward re-election. He replaces Robert Gibbs, who has also held an outsized presence as a counselor to Obama for the last several years.

Military training to apply the new law allowing gays to serve openly will begin in February and will move quickly, senior Pentagon leaders said Friday (Jan. 28) They said there is no intent to delay but would not guarantee full implementation of the repeal this year.

Escalating protests in Egypt jarred world financial markets on Friday. Stocks fell while the dollar, Treasurys and gold rose as investors sought to reduce their exposure to risk.

Fighter jets swooped low over Cairo Sunday (Jan.30)  in what appeared to be an attempt by the military to assert control of a city beset by looting, armed robbery and anti-government protests. Minutes before the start of a 4 p.m. curfew, at least two jets made multiple passes over downtown, including a central square where thousands of Egyptians were calling for the departure of President Hosni Mubarak.

Southern Sudan’s referendum commission said Sunday (Jan.30) that more than 99 percent of voters in the south opted to secede from the country’s north in a vote held earlier this month. The announcement drew cheers from a crowd of thousands that gathered in Juba, the dusty capital of what may become the world’s newest country. The weeklong vote, held in early January and widely praised for being peaceful and for meeting international standards, was a condition of a 2005 peace agreement that ended a north-south civil war that lasted two decades and killed 2 million people.

At least 10 people died and more than 40 were hurt when a freight train hit a passenger train head on in eastern Germany, authorities said on Sunday (Jan30.) Wreckage was strewn by the tracks where the regional train derailed after colliding with freight wagons on Saturday night, collapsing compartments as it tipped on its side.

A coalition of opposition groups called for a million people to take to Cairo’s streets Tuesday (Feb.1) to demand the removal of President Hosni Mubarak, the clearest sign yet that a unified leadership was emerging for Egypt’s powerful but disparate protest movement. In an apparent attempt to show change, Mubarak named a new government Monday. But the lineup dominated by regime stalwarts was greeted with scorn by protesters camped out for the fourth day in the capital’s central Tahrir, of Liberation, Square.

A federal judge declared the Obama administration’s health care overhaul unconstitutional Monday (Jan.31) siding with 26 states that argued people cannot be required to buy health insurance. Senior U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson agreed with the states that the new law violates people’s rights by forcing them to buy health insurance by 2014 or face penalties. He went a step further than a previous ruling against the law, declaring the entire thing unconstitutional if the insurance requirement does not hold up.

Sports –

It’s unanimous. And Tom Brady has outdone even himself. The record-setting Patriots quarterback is the leading vote-getter for The Associated Press 2010 NFLAll-Pro Team, the seventh straight year at least one player has gotten every vote. Three years ago, when Brady set the league record for touchdown passes, he missed by a half-vote of being unanimous, sharing a ballot with Brett Favre. As usual, Brady prefered to deflect praise to the rest of the Patriots, who went 14-2 this season before losing in the playoffs to the Jets.

It’ll be the Green Bay Packers vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl!

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman and his wife, Rhonda Aikman, have separated. “This has been a difficult decision for Rhonda and me, but after 10 years of marriage we have decided to separate,” Aikman told the newspaper. “We remain deeply committed to our children and respectfully ask that you honor our family’s privacy during this period of adjustment.”


Black Eyed Peas frontman has teamed up with Intel Corp. to become their new Director of Creative Innovation. The Grammy Award-winning musician will be assisting with the development of devices including laptops, smart phones and tablets, Intel announced Tuesday at their internal sales and marketing conference. Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, hopes to gain the attention of younger generations by incorporating both entertainment and technology, according to Deborah Conrad, the company’s head of marketing.

Facebook users who check in to a store or click the “like” button for a brand may soon find those actions retransmitted on their friends’ pages as a “Sponsored Story” paid for by advertisers. Currently there is no way for users to decline this feature. Facebook says this lets advertisers promote word-of-mouth recommendations that people already made on the site. They play up things people do on the site that might get lost in the mass of links, photos, status updates and other content users share on the world’s largest social network.

Entertainment News –

George Clooney will not be marrying his Italian model girlfriend, Elisabetta Canalis, but he also won’t be marrying anyone else. “I hate to blow your whole news story, but I was married,” George said in an interview on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” which aired on Friday, when asked by his father Nick (who appeared alongside the actor) about considering marriage.”Yeah, so I’ve proven how good I was at it, and I just. … I’m allowed one.”

Former Spice Girl Emma Bunton got an extra special birthday present from her longtime boyfriend Jade Jones over the weekend – an engagement ring! Emma – aka Baby Spice – is engaged, she announced on her Twitter page on Sunday.”Yahooooo I’m Engaged!” the singer/TV personality, who turned 35 on Friday, wrote. “Love you Jade! I’m a very happy lady!”

Christina Aguilera has been tapped for a seriously “Super” gig.The “Burlesque” beauty will sing the national anthem prior to Super Bowl XLV, the NFL announced on Monday.The big game – between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers – will be played on February 6 in Arlington, Texas (just outside of Dallas). FOX will televise the event.”I have been performing the Anthem since I was seven years old and I must say the Super Bowl is a dream come true,” Christina said in a statement released by the NFL. “I am really excited to be part of such an iconic event.”

Less than nine months after the singer’s beau, Jason Trawick, stepped down as her agent last May, she has resigned with his company, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment. But an insider stresses Trawick, 39, won’t be the only person handling his gal’s suber-busy career. “Jason will be part of the team handling her career,” a source tells Us. “He won’t be the only agent working with her, he will handling acting endeavors, but there will be a big music department also on her account.”

Massachusetts native Jay Leno is Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Man of the Year. Hasty Pudding Theatricals is the nation’s oldest undergraduate drama troupe. It says “The Tonight Show” host was selected because he has “entertained millions of people over his long and accomplished career in comedy.” Leno follows in the footsteps of his “Tonight Show” mentor Johnny Carson. He won the Hasty Pudding award in 1977.

An emotional Oprah Winfrey says that one of the most impressive things about a Milwaukee woman’s discovery that the two are half-sisters is that the woman never tried to take advantage of her or sell her story. On “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ” that aired Monday, Winfrey announced that she was related to a woman identified only as Patricia. She says Patricia had known the two were related since 2007. Even though she continually tried to reach Winfrey, she never went to the media or otherwise publicized her discovery.

Michael Jackson’s’s doctor pleaded not guilty Tuesday (Jan.25) to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the pop superstar’s death as the case moved rapidly toward a trial that will likely be televised. “Your honor, I am an innocent man,” Dr. Conrad Murray told Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor in a soft voice. “I definitely plead not guilty.” Lawyers for Murray, who is accused of giving Jackson a lethal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol and other sedatives, said they would be ready to go to trial within the 60-day statutory time limit, which would make for an unusually speedy trial.

Jimmy Buffett falls off a stage at the end of a concert in Australia and was rushed to the hospital, but a representative for his sister said Wednesday the singer is doing fine. Australia’s Daily Telegraph reports that audience saw the 64-year-old fall face first off the stage and hit his head at a concert in Sydney. Buffett’s manager then took the stage and urged fans to leave the auditorium, the Hordem Pavillion. The singer was brought to Sydney’s St. Vincent’s Hospital, but is apparently doing well.

Passing – Charlie Callas, a versatile comedian whose zany faces and antics made him a regular for more than four decades on television, in films and on casino stages, has died in Las Vegas. He was 83.

Howard Stern – the Sirius radio shock jock will see his life story play out in the pages of a comic book from Bluewater Productions that will come out in April, the company said on Wednesday. The comic book, which will retail for $3.99, will chronicle Stern’s rise to fame, and the unique and no-holds barred style he brought to broadcasting, as well as his move to Sirius satellite radio in 2006. The comic is titled “Orbit: Howard Stern,” Bluewater Productions said. The company plans other biography comics under the “Orbit” title.

Donald Sutherland who’s played everything from a Nazi spy to an aging astronaut, has been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The 75-year-old Sutherland was honored Wednesday with a star right next to son Kiefer Sutherland’s star. The Canadian-born Emmy-winner has made more than 150 movies and television appearances, including “MASH,” “The Dirty Dozen,” “Ordinary People” and “Space Cowboys.”

Bruno Mars has made a deal with Las Vegas prosecutors that will require him to plead guilty to felony cocaine possession stemming from a September bust.Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, was arrested last year after a Hard Rock Hotel employee spotted a bag of cocaine on him.

American Idol – may be recovering its land legs, pulling in 25.2 million viewers on Wednesday night, down less than a million from its Season 10 premiere a week earlier, but still more than all of its network competition combined.The premiere’s 26.1 million viewers was down 13 percent from last season’s premiere.

Comcast is launching Missing Kids On Demand, a public service initiative that will make information about missing children available to its video customers across the United States, the company announced Thursday.

The King’s Speech reigned supreme at the Directors Guild Awards.

The movie’s first-time director, Tom Hooper, won the honor for directing a feature film at the awards held Saturday in Los Angeles, beating out longtime auteurs including David Fincher and Christopher Nolan. Charles Ferguson won the documentary award for the financial crisis film Inside Job. In TV, HBO cleaned up in two categories. Martin Scorsese won best drama series director for his work on the Boardwalk Empire pilot. Temple Grandin director Mick Jackson won for best TV movie or miniseries.

Passing - Comic David Frye, whose impressions of Presidents Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson and other prominent political figures vaulted him to popularity in the 1960s and 1970s, has died in Las Vegas, his family confirmed Saturday. He was 77.

Music -

Motley Crue singer Vince Neil will serve 15 days in jail after pleading guilty on Wednesday to drunken driving, a spokeswoman for prosecutors said.Neil, 49, a hard-charging glam metal star, had faced a possible six months behind bars after being arrested in Las Vegas for driving under the influence in June, just one week.

Ke$ha – According to the singer’s label, her first North American headlining tour — the “Get $leazy” tour — is completely sold out already. Ke$ha has had three #1 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (“TiK ToK”, “Your Love Is My Drug” and “We R Who We R”) in the first year of her career and her new single “Blow” impacts radio next week.

Sabbath” frontman and his wife, an “America’s Got Talent’ judge, filmed the commercial in Los Angeles earlier this month.

Nicki Minaj’s debut album, “Pink Friday,” is flying off of shelves and now she’s headed to 30 Rockefeller Center to perform on “Saturday Night Live” – a dream she didn’t think would ever materialize for a “female rapper.”

Not only will Lea Michele be starring in a “Glee” Thriller-themed post-Super Bowl episode, she’ll also be singing before the big game. She has signed on to belt out “America the Beautiful” at the start of the Super Bowl on February 6. As previously announced, Christina Aguilera will sing the national anthem.

Music passing – British composer John Barry, best known for providing the soundtrack to the James Bond films and winner of five Academy Awards, has died. He was 77. Barry is survived by his wife Laurie of 33 years and his four children and five grandchildren.”

Television –

Jersey Shore’s 4th season will be shot in Italy.

The future for “The Kennedys” – the axed miniseries about the famous political family – remains in limbo, but star Greg Kinnear is hopeful the project will find a suitable home. The actor, who plays John F. Kennedy alongside Katie Holmes as Jackie Kennedy in the miniseries that was originally slated to air on The History Channel, at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday (Jan.24), where Greg defended the project.

Attorney Gloria Allred has inked a deal with Entertainment Studios, Inc. to star in a new courtroom show, it was reveled Tuesday at NATPE. Slated for syndication and cable broadcast beginning this fall, “We the People With Gloria Allred” will feature the high profile legal eagle in the judge’s seat.

NBC’s proud peacock won’t be strutting quite so much. One of Comcast Corp.’s first acts, as it takes control of NBC Universal this week, was to pluck the colorful peacock from the corporate logo. The peacock, which has been NBC’s mascot since 1956, will continue to unfurl on air as the symbol of the NBC broadcast network and cable news channels MSNBC and CNBC. So most viewers won’t recognize the bird’s abrupt downgrade.

CBS says musician-actor Sean “Diddy” Combs will guest star on an upcoming episode of  “Hawaii Five-O.” He will play NYPD Detective Reggie Williams, who arrives in Honolulu on the hunt for the men who committed a crime against his family.

The network said Wednesday that several of Combs’ hit songs will be featured on the episode, slated to air this spring.

Charlie Sheen voluntarily enters a rehabilitation center.  The move comes just one day after the actor was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after vomiting, following a late-night bash at his home that extended into the early hours of Thursday morning. Just as Sheen’s rep announced he was entering rehab, CBS announced that “Two and a Half Men,” the actor’s hit comedy, was going on hiatus.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg met Jesse Eisenberg — the actor whose less than flattering portrayal of him in “The Social Network” won an Oscar nomination — for the first time on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. Eisenberg, a guest host on the NBC show, asked Zuckerberg, “You ever end up seeing the film?” “Yeah, I did,” Zuckerberg replied. “Cool… uh… what’d you think?” Eisenberg asked. “It was… interesting,” Zuckerberg said.

Top albums this week:

The King Is Dead – The Decemberists

Science & Faith – The Script

Kidz Bop 19

Hard Times And Nursery Rhyme… – Social Distortion

Doo-Wops & Hooligans

Low Country Blues – Gregg Allman

Speak Now – Taylor Swift

Teenage Dream – Katy Perry

Some Kind of Trouble – James Blunt

Loud – Rihanna

Sigh No More – Mumford & Sons

My Kinda Party – Jason Aldean

Country Strong – Soundtrack

My Beautiful Dark Twisted Father – Kanye West

Greatest Hits… So Far!!! – P!nk

Recover – Eminem

Love Letter – R. Kelly

Brothers – The Black Keys

Born Free – Kid Rock

Live On Ten Legs- Pearl Jam

Need You Now – Lady Antebellum

The Beginning – The Black Eyed Peas

Best Night Of My Life – Jamie Foxx

Showroom of Compassion – Cake

Cannibal – Ke$ha

No Mercy – T.I.

Thank You Happy Birthday – Cage the Elephant

At the movies –

The Rite (1st week $15 million)

No Strings Attached

The Green Hornet

The King’s Speech

True Grit

The Dilemma

Black Swan

The Fighter

Yogi Bear

TRON: Legacy


Hip Thursday Night TV (TV Squad)

8:00 to 9:00
ABC: ‘Wipeout’
CBS: ‘$–! My Dad Says’
CW: ‘The Vampire Diaries’
FOX: ‘American Idol’
NBC: ‘Community’ and ‘Perfect Couples’
Cooking Channel: ‘The Three Thieves’
HGTV: ‘My First Place’
NatGeo: ‘Naked Science’

The rest of the schedule and the late night talk shows after the jump.
9:00 to 10:00
CW: ‘Nikita’
FOX: ‘Bones’
NBC: ‘The Office’ and ‘Parks and Recreation’
A&E: ‘The First 48′
Bravo: ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ (the ubiquitous reunion show)
CNBC: ‘Supermarkets Inc: Inside a $500 Billion Dollar Money Machine’
Discovery: ‘Masters of Survival’
ESPN: ‘Winter X Games’ (120 minutes)
Food Network: ‘Unique Eats’ (two episodes)
HGTV: ‘Selling New York’
NatGeo: ‘The Real Sanctum’
Spike: ‘TNA Wrestling Impact’ (120 minutes)
TLC: ‘Police Women of Cincinnati’
truTV: ‘Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest …’
USA: ‘Royal Pains’

10:00 to 11:00
NBC: ’30 Rock’ and ‘Outsourced’
PBS: ‘This Old House Hour’
A&E: ‘Beyond Scared Straight’
DIY: ‘Rehab Addict’
Food Network: ‘Ace of Cakes’
FX: ‘Archer’*
HGTV: ‘House Hunters’ and ‘House Hunters International’
History: ‘Brad Meltzer’s Decoded’
ID: ‘Nightmare Next Door’
MTV: ‘Jersey Shore’
truTV: ‘Top 20 Most Shocking’
USA: ‘Fairly Legal’

11:00 to Midnight
Bravo: ‘Love Calling’*
Tonight we have a 2-for-1 deal on Sir Anthony Hopkins. If you don’t see enough of him on ‘Charlie Rose’ stick around to see him on ‘Tavis Smiley.’

‘Piers Morgan Tonight’ (CNN): Kim and Kourtney Kardashian (postponed from the previous evening)

‘Charlie Rose’ (PBS): Sir Anthony Hopkins
‘The Mo’Nique Show’ (BET): Carlton Pearson; Wes Morgan; Tye Tribbett
‘The Daily Show’ (Comedy Central): T. Boone Pickens
‘Chelsea Lately’ (E!): TBA
‘Conan’ (TBS): Jane Lynch; Joe Buck; performance by the Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger

‘Late Show With David Letterman’ (CBS): Dustin Hoffman; Robert De Niro (repeat)
‘The Tonight Show’ (NBC): Kathy Bates; Brad Womack; performance by Billy Currington
‘The Colbert Report’ (Comedy Central): Physicist Brian Greene

‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (ABC): Ryan Seacreest; Melissa Leo; performance by Cage the Elephant
‘Tavis Smiley’ (PBS): Sir Anthony Hopkins
‘Lopez Tonight’ (TBS): Jennifer Love Hewitt; Guy Fieri

‘The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson’ (CBS): Adam Goldberg; Dr. Ruth Westheimer
‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ (NBC): Donald Trump; Bobby Moynihan; performance by Neon Trees (repeat)

‘Last Call With Carson Daly’ (NBC): Lena Dunham; Boi-1da; performance by Fitz and the Tantrums (repeat

Top TV –

1. AFC Championship: N.Y. Jets vs. Pittsburgh CBS
2. AFC Championship Post Game CBS
3. American Idol” (Wednesday) FOX
4. American Idol” (Thursday) FOX
6. Hawaii Five-0″ (Sunday) CBS
7. NCIS: Los Angeles CBS
8. Two and a Half Men CBS
9. The Mentalist CBS
10. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation CBS
11. The Big Bang Theory CBS
12. Mike & Molly CBS
13. Blue Bloods CBS
14. Criminal Minds CBS
15. The Good Wife CBS
16. Harry’s Law NBC
17. Modern Family ABC
18. Hawaii Five-0 CBS
19. Bones FOX
20. How I Met Your Mother CBS