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Friday's Low Points

The schlock you won't want to miss today
» Kylie Day Until 6pm, VH1 ... Today is as good a day as any to phone work/school/your pimp and tell them you won't be coming in.
» Star Trek: Voyager 4pm, Sky One ... Usually, we wouldn't dream of recommending any Star Trek to our discriminating readers, but this double bill, in which Janeway and co are trapped in a similation of the Second World War, is actually very good. So watch it, but don't tell anyone.
» The Simpsons 6pm, BBC2 ... Another fantastic episode, in which the family gets a gay friend, much to Homer's dismay ("I like my men to be men, and my homosexuals flaming!")
» Coronation Street 7.30pm, ITV1 ... Eee, that Rosie's turning into a proper handful. She turns up with a pierce belly button, of all things. Hopefully, her bad behaviour will drive Sally totally loopy and she will stage some kind of bloodbath in the Websters' rarely-seen front parlour.
» American Idol 2 7.50pm, ITV2 ... Our interest in this has been temporarily rekindled by the news that the winner is going to be releasing a cover of pop flop allSTARS' album track, Love Is, as their debut single. We're hoping for Things That Go Bump In The Night as a B-side, obviously.
» Is there something else we should be watching? Click on the comment link.

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