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8. 3 0PM, S BS2

In the world’s most elab­o­rate can­did cam­era gag, re­plete with he­li­copters, mil­i­tary med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties and dozens of Tru­manShow- style ac­tors pre­tend­ing to be real peo­ple, Der­ren’s con­vinced Steven he’s in the mid­dle of a real-life zom­bie apoc­a­lypse. Psy­cho­log­i­cal tor­ture some would say, but it’s all right – Steven’s ap­par­ently be­ing taught a les­son in re­spon­si­bil­ity and ap­pre­ci­at­ing what he has.


BROOK­LYN NINE-NINE 9. 2 5 PM, S BS1 Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) ropes in Jake (Andy Sam­berg) to be his best man which is ini­tially fun (tux shop­ping, cake tast­ing) but Jake soon re­alises his du­ties in­volve telling Boyle’s fi­ancé he doesn’t want to leave the force and move to Canada with her, de­spite re­peat­edly say­ing so.


WAHLBURG­ERS 8. 3 0PM, ARENA There’s no es­cap­ing the fact this is a gi­nor­mous ad for a new burg­erger chain, and that Don­nie and Mark Wahlberg erg (right) are trad­ing on their fa­mous name e to hawk burg­ers. Tonight, pro­fes­sional al con­trol freak and chef Paul Wahlberg g tries to agree on a new store site with his brothers, who are in town. n. Ma­tri­arch Alma has them all firmly un­der her thumb, com­pet­ing for her ap­proval.

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