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All the TV that's mad, bad, or just a little bit evil for Monday. Our Tiny Tanya Turner ratings show just how low each show goes – the more Tanyas a show scores, the more mental it is.
» BLOOPER! Greatest Reality TV Moments, five, 9.00pm
Big Brother 5’s Nadia makes a return to TV presenting after her somewhat struggled debut presenting Mr Gay UK. She should find this easier, it being pre-recorded and a subject she’s entirely familiar with – although that’s not to say that she’s not familiar with gay men, far be it from us to suggest that. So if you’re missing your reality TV fix after Celebrity Big Brother, why not give this a look?
» SUPER! Smallville: Superman The Early Years, E4, 9.00pm
Lois follows up on her discovery from last episode that Chloe is still alive. We were way ahead of her on this one: we knew she was still alive when we saw her on the opening credits. After Clark’s brief flirtation with flying last week, this week will be back to basics: so gratuitous shirtlessness and HoYay ahoy.
» STUPOR! Look Around You, BBC Two, 10.00pm
We missed the first series of this show which affectionately sent up those creaky 1970s educational programmes you used to watch in school, squashed into a tiny room with 30 other children and waiting for cramp to set in. This new series turns its attention to the likes of Tomorrow’s World, and this episode in particular focuses on what music might sound like in the year 2000. Oh, and it’s got Josie D’Arby and Olivia Colman in it: lowculture heaven.
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