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Dale Roe

Monday

NCAA Basketball Championship 8 p.m., CBS: The title game is broadcast live from New Orleans.

"1,000 Ways to Die" 9 p.m., Spike: Apparently, one way is to try to milk a pig.

Tuesday

"No Kitchen Required" 9 p.m., BBC America: This new culinary competition drops chefs in far-flung locales where they cook for the locals. No kitchen may required, but I bet that shots are mandatory.

Wednesday

"Betty White's Off Their Rockers" 7 p.m., NBC: Seniors play pranks on unsuspecting victims. I can't decide whether to call this "Candid Gramma" or "Grand-Punk'd."

"One Tree Hill" 7 p.m., The CW: The series ends tonight.

"Best Friends Forever" 7:30 p.m., NBC: This new sitcom features a best friend who moves back in with her roommate and her roommate's boyfriend. Who will triumph? BF or BFF? Probably not NBC.

Thursday

"The Big Bang Theory" 7 p.m., CBS: Stephen Hawking guest stars.

"Community" 7 p.m., NBC: Jeff plays peacemaker as the pillow fort vs. blanket fort war threatens to tear Abed and Troy's friendship apart. Let's get these two in a sleeping bag and negotiate a settlement!

"Independent Lens" 8 p.m., PBS: If you haven't seen "Being Elmo," the wonderful documentary on puppeteer Kevin Clash, watch it tonight. If you've already seen it, watch it again.

"Scandal" 9 p.m., ABC: New drama focuses on a Washington, D.C. crisis management outfit.

Friday

"The Finder" 7 p.m., Fox: This "Bones" spin-off moves to its new night.

"Fringe" 8 p.m., Fox: It's an increasingly rare trip to the red universe as Lincoln Lee helps his counterpart and Fauxlivia crack a case.

Saturday

"The Ten Commandments" 6 p.m., ABC: Settle in for a whole lotta Yul Brynner in Cecil B. DeMille's epic bible story. And I mean epic - this goes on until after 10:30 p.m. (it only seems like 40 days and 40 nights).

"Saturday Night live" 10:30, NBC: "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara hosts.

Sunday

"Trumpet Awards" 7 p.m., TVONE: Wayne Brady celebrates black achievers including Newark mayor Cory Booker and Earth, Wind and Fire.

"The Killing" 8 p.m., AMC: Mitch is back. Let's hope she left the glacial pace wherever she's been hiding.

"Mad Men" 9 p.m., AMC: Don runs into someone from the past. But that can happen when you drink and drive.