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Friday's Low Points

The schlock you won't want to miss today
» Yu-Gi-Oh! 8.30am, Sky One ... There's a shiny penny to any reader who manages to endure a whole episode of this and give us a satisfactory explaination of what the fuck it's all about.
» Wimbledon's Greatest Hits 11am, BBC2 ... Not content with boring us rigid with the new stuff, the BBC have also exhumed some 'classic' (ie old) stupid tennis from the archives.
» Big Brother 8.30pm, 10pm, Channel 4 ... Will Tania be for the chop this week? Our graphic certainly seems to think so.
» Will and Grace 9pm, Channel 4 ... It's the second part of Love In The Mid-Eighties, the first chunk of which was great last week, and it's back to the 80s to see how it all started for Will, Grace and Jack. We loved the Karen sequences best, including the revelation that she turned Martina Navratilova into a lesbian before cruelly casting her aside.
» Bo Selecta 11.15pm, Channel 4 ...The first series was OK, but these new episodes are very, very good. Our favourite new character is the flashing Lorraine Kelly.
» Is there something else we should be watching? Click on the comment link.

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