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With summer break over, the students return to Greendale for their fourth year of college in this season première. While Britta tries to help Abed cope with his anxiety, Dean Pelton arranges an elaborate competition to resolve a registration mix-up. NBC/Citytv, 7 p.m.

The Nature of Things

The new documentary Shattered Ground examines the controversial process of "fracking" -- hydraulic fracturing of rock in order to extract underground natural gas deposits -- and the human-health risks posed by the practice. CBC, 8 p.m.

1600 Penn

Bruce Campbell guest stars as President Gilchrist's brother Doug, who sparks a long-standing rivalry when he visits the White House. While Becca prepares for an interview, Skip offers a special White House tour. NBC, 8:30 p.m.

Talk Shows:

George Stroumboulopoulos: Patrick Chan, Ron James

Jay Leno: Amy Adams

David Letterman: Sally Field

Jimmy Kimmel: Dr. Phil McGraw, Tim McGraw

Craig Ferguson: Amanda Peet

Jimmy Fallon: Joel McHale

The Daily Show: Neil Barofsky

Conan O'Brien: Chris Tucker

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 7, 2013 B8

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