The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Ian Cuth­bert­son

The Bold and the Beau­ti­ful, 4.30pm, Ten Fash­ion’s first fam­ily, the For­resters, in their vac­u­ous lit­tle soap opera, in its 21st year and one of the world’s most watched pro­grams: what’s wrong with us? Huey’s Cook­ing Ad­ven­tures, 5.30pm, LifeStyle Food Big Huey ( Ian He­wit­son, pic­tured) presents a new se­ries of his pop­u­lar show. Nice graph­ics, colour­ful shirts with braces and fresh cook­ing ideas from the good- na­tured gi­ant of the kitchen. To­day, learn how to make grilled sword­fish with an oregano and an­chovy sauce, fol­lowed by a minted choco­late slice. Des­per­ate House­wives, 8.30pm, Seven Now they’re get­ting mar­ried, Ian, who sounds more and more like Prince Charles, fi­nally brings his re­gal English par­ent to meet fi­ancee Susan. Clumsy old Susan man­ages to rub her fu­ture mother- in- law’s chif­fon in the mud in the first min­utes of their ac­quain­tance. Car­los wins an­other heart with his shirt off and Gabi finds her grey- haired suitor more at­trac­tive when she finds his ex- wife’s bulging wardrobe. Brothers & Sis­ters, 9.30pm, Seven The fall­out from the emer­gence of Re­becca, the other Walker, con­tin­ues. Su­per­mom Nora ( Sally Field) thinks ev­ery­thing can be made bet­ter with food and talk over the din­ner ta­ble. But has she bit­ten off more than she can chew? At the same time, Kitty ( Calista Flockhart) meets her new man ( Rob Lowe) and his chil­dren at a restau­rant. Such themes. Who knew awk­ward din­ners could prove piv­otal?

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