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All the TV that's mad, bad, or just a little bit evil for Thursday. Our Tiny Tanya Turner ratings show just how low each show goes – the more Tanyas a show scores, the more mental it is.
» DUH! The Brit Awards, ITV1, 8.00pm
Just in case there weren't enough opportunities in the showbiz calendar for a bunch of hacks to tell us what we ought to be listening to, the Brits is always here to provide that handy service for us. We're spared Cat Deeley this year, thank God, but we're not entirely convinced Chris Evans will be any less abhorrent. Who will win? Well, probably not Girls Aloud, and that in itself is enough to make us turn over and watch Charmed.
» GUH! Charmed, Living TV, 8.00pm
This week's episode looks crappy, we admit, but we had to come up with something to rival the Brit awards. The combination of a blue moon and the sisters' synchronised cycles turns them into really crappily CGI-ed (on the strength of the promos) werewolves, and they start tearing up San Francisco. Just go with it, apparently the season gets a lot better by the middle.
» WHUH? Second Chance Honeymoon, Living TV, 9.00pm
Okay, we're utterly baffled by this one. In the final episode of the series where estranged couples revisit their honeymoon destinations in a last-ditch attempt to reconcile, Martin and Tracey (who met in a Glasgow gay bar) return to Portugal, and Martin's new bloke comes along for the ride. We're just going to have to watch it to figure out the details, aren't we?
» Is there something we've missed? Click on the comment link to share your tips.

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