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Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - TV -

ONE, 8pm

No mat­ter the busi­ness or the em­ploy­ees, this show al­ways finds a way of bring­ing a tear to your eye through re­mark­able sto­ries of hu­man­ity. En­sur­ing the end of dry eyes this time is when Domenic Primucci, pres­i­dent of Cana­dian fam­ily- run pizza chain Pizza Nova, dis­guises him­self as a trainee dough boy and goes un­der­cover to see how the busi­ness he grew up in is re­ally work­ing. The heart- warm­ing tales be­gin when Domenic meets some of his hard­est work­ing em­ploy­ees, while the true tear- jerker moments hap­pen when they’re re­warded for their ef­forts.

SBS ONE, 10pm

This Golden Globe- win­ning com­edy walks a fine line be­tween ween clichéd, trite and bril­liantly funny. While this Hal­loween- themed episode could have eas­ily fallen into the first cat­e­gory, thank­fully, it man­ages to de­liver the laughs. Amy ( Melissa Fumero) is not a fan of the Hal­loween hol­i­day, which is only made worse by be­ing made to wear a cos­tume to go un­der­cover on street pa­trol. But ut the best lines and out­fits of the episode go to Jake ( Andy Sam­berg) am­berg) when he bets Cap­tain Holt ( An­dre Braugher, far right with th Sam­berg) that he can steal his Medal of Valor be­fore mid­night. dnight.

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