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Posted: 02/28/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0
The new documentary The Boomer Revolution examines how the largest demographic group in this country's history -- Canadians ages 48 to 67 -- are using accumulated wealth and increased life expectancy to redefine what it means to get old. CBC, 9 p.m.
Malcolm McDowell guest stars as Prof. Noel Cornwallis, who teaches the new European history class. Things get worse when the study group once again runs afoul of the arrogant German students, and Chang returns to campus. NBC/Citytv, 7 p.m.
What Not to Wear
Tina Yothers was a young star in the 1980s, thanks to her role on the hit sitcom Family Ties. However, as a wife and mother of two, Tina's wardrobe isn't exactly Hollywood material. Stacy and Clinton step in with some style advice. TLC, 9 p.m.
George Stroumboulopoulos: John Singleton
Jay Leno: Steve Carell, Joey King
David Letterman: Charlie Sheen, Phil Simms
Jimmy Kimmel: Jim Parsons, Gavin Newsom
Craig Ferguson: David Duchovny, Ashley Madewke
Jimmy Fallon: Tina Fey, Bill Nighy
The Daily Show: Rachel Maddow
Conan O'Brien: Julian Newman, Eugene Mirman
Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 28, 2013 B4
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