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John Tucker Must Die

Three girls team up to get revenge on a basketball player in this high school comedy. After learning John Tucker has been secretly dating all three of them, the gals recruit a beautiful wallflower to help them publicly humiliate him. Global, 3 p.m.

Once Upon a Time

When Mr. Gold comes up with a spell to cross the border of Storybrooke, he finds an unwilling victim to test whether or not the spell will cause him to lose his memory. Meanwhile, Belle encounters Hook, who wants to eradicate Rumplestiltskin. ABC, 7 p.m.

Bob's Burgers

Fox, 6 p.m.

The Belcher family worries that a bad review from a food critic could scare customers away. In an attempt to fix things, Bob goes to the critic's house, but his plan quickly spirals out of control when the kids show up. Kevin Kline guest stars.

The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards

CTV/NBC, 7 p.m.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler join forces to host this year's dazzling ceremony. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association bestows the coveted awards for outstanding work in film and television. This year, Jodie Foster will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 13, 2013 A1

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