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TV Lookout: highlights (and lowlights) for the week

Here's the skinny: Discovery Health Channel is weighing in with "The National Body Challenge," an eight-week reality series joined by a nationwide initiative to lose weight and get fit.

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Television
In the know

LensCrafters and Lions Clubs International are teaming together to help those who can't afford eyeglasses.

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Life & style
'Grosse Pointe': Spoof central

"Grosse Pointe," The WB's hilarious spoof of Hollywood, wraps up its first season Sunday (Feb. 18) with a star-studded wedding. The comedy about the young stars of a network soap airs at 9:30 p.m. Pacific and Eastern. Don't miss the ending; that's all I'll say about that.

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Living briefs

Jack Black spoofs Mexico's second most-popular sport (behind soccer) with Friday's release of Nacho Libre. check out the real heroes of Mexican wrestling. - Coming Friday in The Augusta Chronicle.

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Life & style
Living breifs

See whether you can follow this one. The first time Chris Plummer met Julie McMillian, she was a teller at his bank and he told his niece, who was with him, that the girl behind the counter was going to be his wife.

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Life & style
In the know

The Legacy Project, sponsored by the Washington, D.C., Parenting Coalition and Generations United, is holding a Listen to a Life contest that could net the winner a Lane cedar chest and an IBM computer.

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Life & style
'The Mole' is ready to invade U.S. homes

LOS ANGELES - The Mole is ready to burrow its way into ABC's schedule. The reality TV series, which will premiere Tuesday, Jan. 9, follows 10 contestants in a worldwide competition for a prize of up to $1 million. The twist: There's a saboteur - or mole - trying to thwart them, and fingering the person is part of the game. The Mole, with former ABC News correspondent Anderson Cooper as host, is ABC's attempt to match the ratings glory of CBS's Survivor.

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The Semifinals: Week Three - Results

  The run of suspense-less results shows continues. Lil Rounds, Scott MacIntyre and Jorge Nunez -- in that order -- advanced to the Top 12. It's two guys and a girl for the third week in a row. That brings our current total to six guys and three girls. Sorry, no gender balance in the finals this year.

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The Semifinals: Week Two - Results

  Don't forget about tonight's results show. Three more semefinalists -- one guy, one girl and the next top vote-getter -- will claim spots in the Top 12. I have to work until midnight, so I'll be later than usual in getting something up after the show.

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