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DIVERSIONS Daily News AROUND THE REMOTE BY CHUCK BARNEY, McClatchy Newspapers Adele likely will be big winner at Grammy Awards Don’t miss: “The 54th Annual Grammy Awards” — It’s shaping up to be a huge night for Adele, who not only is expected to make off with a boatload of trophies, but also sing in public for the first time since having vocal cord surgery. As usual, the performances will undoubtedly overshadow the prizes. Among the big names taking the stage will be Paul McCartney, Bruno Mars, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Tony Bennett and more. LL Cool J hosts the festivities from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. 7 p.m. Sunday, CBS. Other bets: Tonight: Suffering from zombie withdrawal? Relief is finally here. “The Walking Dead” lurches back into prime time, picking up where it left off after the massacre of the barn-walkers. It airs just before the debut of “Comic Book Men,” a reality series set in a New Jersey comic shop. 8 p.m., AMC. Tonight: The final season of “Desperate Housewives” rolls on as Susan (Teri Hatcher) gets a surprise visit from her daughter Julie (Andrea Bowen). Oh, but there’s an even bigger shock: Julie is pregnant. 8 p.m., ABC. Tonight: Forget “Wipeout.” We’ve found what could be an even better human demolition derby in “Full Metal Jousting.” It’s a new reality series that has modern-day contestants experiencing the thrill of medieval jousting by donning armor, mounting steeds and slamming into one another at 30 miles per hour. 9 p.m., History Channel. Monday: A very different kind of jousting goes on at the 136th annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, where canines from across the country look to unleash their talents. Hounds and toys are among the breeds on display during opening night at Madison Square Garden. 7 p.m., USA. Monday: Standouts being celebrated at the “BET Honors 2012” include poet Maya Angelou, singers Stevie Wonder and Mariah Carey, filmmaker Spike Lee, the Tuskegee Airmen, and college track and field coach Beverly Kearney. Gabrielle Union hosts the gala from the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C. 8 p.m., BET. Tuesday: It’s Valentine’s Day on “Glee,” and the kids are challenged to find the world’s greatest love songs. But the real news is that viewers will finally meet Rachel’s (Lea Michele) two dads, played by Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell. 7 p.m., Fox. Tuesday: Break out the wine. After a hiatus that lasted way too long, the hilarious “Cougar Town” returns. In the season premiere, Grayson (Josh Hopkins) gets under Jules’ (Courteney Cox) skin by accusing her of being predictable. 7:30 p.m., ABC. Wednesday: It’s men versus women as “Survivor: One World” brings a new twist to the venerable reality series. It takes the 18 contestants – ranging in age from 21 to 64 – and divides them by gender and then brings them together in the same camp. 7 p.m., CBS. Thursday: We’re in pain just writing about tonight’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy.” It has Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) coming to the aid of a man who arrives at the ER with his hand stuck in a meat grinder. 8 p.m., ABC. Friday: We’re expecting “The Help” to collect some hardware at “The 43rd NAACP Image Awards,” the event that honors achievements by people of color in entertainment and literature. It leads the movie category with eight nominations, including nods for Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer. 7 p.m., NBC. Saturday: “My Cat From Hell” presents more cases of felines who have gone over the edge. In tonight’s episode, we meet a cat that has a bad habit of vomiting and attacking when it’s mad. The owners fear the beast might hurt their 2-year-old son. 7 p.m., Animal Planet. Bridge By TANNAH HIRSCH WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q 1 - As South, vulnerable, you hold: ♠ 7♥ A8652♦ KQJ76 ♣9 5 Partner opens the bidding with one heart. What do you respond? A - If you choose to bid four hearts, there is no doubt you will be in a comfortable game. However despite your count of 13 distributional points you could very easily be laydown for slam on many hands where partner would pass. Show your interest by jumping to three diamonds and see how partner reacts. Q 2 - Both vulnerable as South you hold: ♠ A Q 9 7 6 ♥ K J 5 ♦ A Q ♣ 10 76 What is your opening bid? A - What’s the problem? You have a five-card spade suit and 16-plus points — a comfortable one spade opening bid. However, the problem comes when you have to rebid — it might be near impossible to describe your hand. Mix a spade in with your clubs and open one no trump. Q 3 - Both vulnerable, as South you hold: ♠ 10 9 7 3 ♥ A K 9 5 ♦ A Q ♣ 10 76 The bidding has proceeded: SOUTH EAST 1♣ Pass ? WEST NORTH Pass 2♣ WEST 1♦ Pass ? What do you respond? A - Another one that slipped in by accident. To bid anything but one no trump should be unthinkable. Why raise diamonds with your balanced hand, especially since partner might have bid a three-card suit? Q 5 - Both vulnerable, as South you hold: ♠ 10 8 3 ♥ A Q J 2 ♦ 9 5 ♣ K Q 95 The bidding has proceeded: NORTH WEST 1♦ Pass 2♣ EAST SOUTH Pass 1♥ Pass ? What do you bid now? A - You have the values for a jump raise of partner’s suit, but a leap to four clubs takes you beyond three no trump, which could be your only makable game. Your choice lies between an ugly bid of the fourth suit or a slight underbid of three clubs, and we have a strong preference for the latter. Q 6 - Both vulnerable, as South you hold: ♠ K 9 2 ♥ K 7 5 4 ♦ Q 10 4 ♣ 8 6 5 The bidding has proceeded: NORTH WEST 1♣ Pass 1♠ EAST SOUTH Pass 1♥ Pass ? What do you bid now? What do you bid now? A - You have been trapped into a poor rebid by your choice of opening bid. With a balanced 15, why not open one no trump? Now you have to pass and play what could well be your secondbest contract. A - You have a minimum response and a square hand, so don’t look for miracles. While you have three-card support for both of partner’s suits, you have a flat hand and can describe both its strength and shape by rebidding one no trump. — Tannah Hirsch welcomes readers’ responses sent in care of this newspaper or to Tribune Media Services Inc., 2225 Kenmore Ave., Suite 114, Buffalo, NY 14207. Email responses may be sent to Q 4 - As South, vulnerable, you hold: ♠J74♥ J8♦ A985 ♣K764 The bidding has proceeded: NORTH EAST SOUTH Sunday, February 12, 2012 - Page 15B Prime time SUNDAY PRIME TIME STATION I WNKY (NBC) 7 WBKO2 (FOX) 8 WBKO (ABC) 9 WNKY2 (CBS) 10 WKYU (PBS) 11 WBKO3 (CW) 12 WKGB (KET) 26 WTVF (CBS) 30 A&E 39 AMC 34 ANPL 53 BET 50 CMT 41 CNBC 35 CNN 44 COM 60 DISC 20 E! 51 ESPN 16 ESPN2 15 FAMILY 49 FNC 54 FOOD 59 FSNS 56 FX 31 HALL 18 HGTV 55 HISTORY 63 LEARNING 47 LIFE 46 NGEO 32 NICK 42 OXYGEN 33 SPIKE 43 TBS 17 TNT 19 TOON 61 TruTV 62 TRVL 38 USA 40 WGN-A 24 M F R S G 14 11 10 12 5 41 29 23 24 25 26 27 31 47 39 32 35 16 33 40 15 13 6 5 10 30 28 51 25 32 33 18 17 57 55 31 49 27 40 14 29 59 58 24 15 15 13 12 9 5 36 27 24 25 41 42 47 49 31 29 45 44 7 26 30 35 16 6 11 13 12 5 31 29 23 24 25 26 43 27 39 32 35 41 33 40 30 16 7 13 2 6 8 5 45 37 71 52 64 46 69 61 60 67 54 73 59 48 49 53 57 58 66 65 47 55 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 (6) Dateline NBC (N) (cc) Fear Factor: Contestants face five stunts. (N) (cc) 4 Whacked Out Paid Program The Simpsons N. Dynamite Family Guy 5 American Dad Big Bang How I Met How I Met Once Upon a Time (N) 4 Desperate Housewives (N) 4 (9:01) Pan Am (N) (cc) 4 Big Bang WBKO at 10 The 54th Annual Grammy Awards: Excellence in the recording industry. (N) (Live) (cc) 4 Connection Criminal Minds Antiques Roadshow: Tulsa. 3 South Moyers & Company (cc) 3 Perfect Stranger (’07) ★★ (Halle Berry, Bruce Willis) (cc) Meet, Browns Meet, Browns Troubadour, TX (cc) The Visionaries One-on-One Time Goes By Being Served? Masterpiece Classic: Spanish flu disrupts Downton Abbey. 4 Globe Trekker (cc) 3 The 54th Annual Grammy Awards: Excellence in the recording industry. (N) (Live) (cc) 4 NewsChannel Criminal Minds (cc) 5 Criminal Minds (cc) 5 Criminal Minds (cc) 5 The Walking Dead (cc) 5 The Walking Dead (N) (cc) 5 (9:01) Comic Book Men: Junk. (10:01) The Walking Dead 5 Hillbilly Handfishin’ (N) 4 Gator Boys (N) 4 Finding Bigfoot (N) 4 (6:30) Steve Harvey: Still Trippin’: Stand-up routine. (cc) 5 Ron White: Fix Stupid Criminal Minds (cc) 5 The Game 5 Gator Boys 4 Stay Together Maya Angelou Stay Together Ron White’s Celebrity Salute to the Troops 4 Ron White: Fix Stupid Ron Dog Show: 135th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show: Opening Night. (cc) Dog Show (cc) Black in America Black in America Piers Morgan Tonight CNN Newsroom (N) (6:30) Employee of the Month (’06) ★★ (Dane Cook) (cc) Zack and Miri Make a Porno (’08) ★★ (Seth Rogen) (cc) Secret Service Secrets 5 Armored Car: Presidential 9/11Tapes: Chaos in Sky Armored Car: Presidential Kourtney and Kim Kourtney and Kim Kourtney and Kim The E! True Hollywood Story NBA Basketball: Miami Heat at Atlanta Hawks. NBA Basketball: Utah Jazz at Memphis Grizzlies. (N) (Live) (6) NHRA Drag Racing: O’Reilly Auto Parts Winternationals. (N Same-day Tape) Thrills & Spills SportsCenter (N) (Live) (cc) (5:30) Pretty Woman (’90) ★★★ The Notebook (’04) ★★ (Ryan Gosling) A man tells a story to a woman about two lovers. Huckabee (N) Fox News Sunday Geraldo at Large (N) (cc) 4 Huckabee Cupcake Wars (N) Worst Cooks in America Iron Chef America Chopped: On the Line. (6:30) College Basketball: Stanford at USC. (N) The Game 365 The Best of Pride The Proposal (’09) ★★ (Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds) World Poker Tour: Season 10 The Proposal (’09) ★★ (Sandra Bullock) Cupid (’12) (Joely Fisher, Jamie Kennedy) (cc) Straight From the Heart (’03) ★★★ (Teri Polo) (cc) 3 Holmes on Homes (cc) 3 Holmes Inspection (cc) 3 Holmes Inspection (cc) 3 Ax Men: Hell Hole. (cc) 4 Ax Men: Cowboy Up. (N) 5 Full Metal Jousting (N) 5 Couponing: Black Friday Hoarding: Buried Alive (N) 4 My Addiction Property Brothers (cc) 3 Mudcats: Outlaw Country. 4 Hoarding: Buried Alive (cc) 4 My Addiction The Holiday (’06) ★★ (Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet) (cc) Project Runway All Stars 4 The Man Who Can Fly (N) 4 Drugs, Inc. (N) 5 ’70s Show My Wife & Kids My Wife & Kids George Lopez George Lopez Friends 4 ’70s Show Alaska State Troopers (N) 5 The Man Who Can Fly 4 Snapped: Yesenia Patino. 4 (5:30) Ocean’s Eleven ★★★ Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (’06) ★★ (Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom) (6) The Hangover (’09) ★★★ (8:15) The Hangover (’09) ★★★ (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms) (cc) (6) 2 Fast 2 Furious (’03) ★★ The Fast and the Furious (’01) ★★ (Vin Diesel) (cc) Level Up Level Up Venture Bros. H. Birdman Cops (cc) 5 Cops (cc) 5 Bait Car (N) Bait Car 5 Snapped: Michelle Hetzel. 4 Friends 4 Snapped: Sarah Kolb. (cc) 4 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Van Helsing Falling Skies (cc) 5 King of the Hill Family Guy 4 Family Guy 4 Robot Chicken Vegas Strip (N) Vegas Strip Forensic Files Forensic Files Extreme Houseboats (N) 3 Killer RV Upgrades (N) 3 Tricked Out Trailers (cc) 3 Extreme Pools (cc) 3 Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra ★ How I Met How I Met News at Nine How I Met How I Met Instant Replay The Unit (cc) 4 PREMIUM CHANNELS HBO SHOWTIME STARZ I=Insight 700 3 76 22 3 39 750 19 78 - 19 41 650 - - - - M=Morgantown (6:10) The Adjustment Bureau Luck (N) (cc) 6 Luck (cc) 6 House of Lies Californication Shameless (N) (cc) 6 House of Lies Californication Shameless (cc) 6 Luck (cc) 6 Secretariat (’10) Priest (’11) ★★ (Paul Bettany) (cc) Spartacus: Vengeance (cc) 6 The Roommate (’11) ★ (cc) F=Franklin R=Russellville S=Scottsville G=Glasgow Entertainment There’s more to ‘The Walking Dead’ than zombies By RICK BENTLEY McClatchy Newspapers PASADENA, Calif. — “The Walking Dead” found success first as a graphic novel and then as an AMC series. Despite all the attention and hype, there’s still one major misconception among the uninformed. “They think it’s just a monster show,” says Norman Reedus, who plays one of the walking living, Daryl Dixon. “It’s not. It’s about characters and about the interaction of people who would never hang out together and decisions made. We are lucky to have the zombies as a backdrop because it’s pretty dynamic but the show is about so much more.” At its heart, the series is a survivalist story that looks at how people change when faced with the daily battle for survival. Some of those changes can be so dramatic that even the living can Matthew Welch/McClatchy Newspapers Norman Reedus plays the character Daryl Dixon in “The Walking Dead.” be walking dead at times. It’s easy to see why the show, which has new episodes starting today, would get lumped into the monster category. The name alone suggests zombies. And the imagery from the series always features bloody creatures chasing down the last remaining humans. Even Reedus didn’t know how much the show would be a character study before he was cast. He only had a slight knowledge of the graphic comic series by Robert Kirkman, which focused on a handful of survivors of an apocalyptic event that has filled the world with zombies. Reedus started reading the graphic novels after filming started, but once he started thinking of the characters as his fellow actors he stopped because he didn’t want to know what was going to happen to them. Having this source material is a big change from the many other sci-fi projects Reedus has worked on, such as “Charmed” to “Pandorum.” The actor, who fell in love with movies when he saw “The Omen,” has put together a lengthy list of sci-fi and fantasy roles. But that resume has upset someone very important to him. “My mom is so funny. She says, ‘Why don’t you just do a nice little romantic comedy with Jennifer Love Hewitt.’ I tell her that they don’t put me in those things. I kill someone in every single thing I do,” Reedus says. The sci-fi and fantasy genre often deals with larger issues, and that’s exactly what “Walking Dead” does – something Reedus explains to those who have dismissed the show for being just a tale of horror. He says productions like “The Walking Dead” should make viewers think. “I wonder how far I would go or if I would want to go far if something like this happened,” Reedus says. “Is that a world you want to live in? These are all things we talk about on the show.” Horoscope An unexpected change of plans must not disrupt your day, Capricorn By EUGENIA LAST Happy birthday for Feb. 13, 2012: Set goals. You will have the discipline to bring about your own good fortune. Use your intuitive insight and methodical mind to navigate through any challenges or obstacles you face. This is a year of progress, making it vital to keep your productivity at an all-time high. Make simplicity and moderation your starting point. Your numbers are 6, 9, 13, 20, 29, 34, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Don’t let uncertainty be your nemesis. Size up both personal and professional partnerships and make a choice to go it alone or collaborate. Walk away from anyone using unfair power plays. Discipline and diplomacy will lead to success. ### (out of five) TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You’ll find it difficult to stick to your plans. Your need to elaborate and turn everything into a big ordeal will hold you back. Taking small, secure steps will ensure that you reach your destination successfully. ### GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You’ll upstage someone if you chat too much or push your methods on your peers, colleagues or clients. Step back and consider the best way to proceed if you are dealing with others. Getting along will be half the battle. ### CANCER (June 21-July 22) Don’t allow unpredictable actions to send you spinning in an unsuitable direction. Stand firm without deviating from your plans and you will impress someone you consider special or who you want to do business with in the future. ##### LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Work at self-improvement and feeling good about the way you look and what you have to offer. Specialize in a service that allows you to use your skills in unusual ways. Don’t allow anyone to alter your plans by using emotional blackmail. ## VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your enthusiasm will encourage others to join in and help you reach your goals. Opportunities are apparent, and communicating and expanding your original plans will bring a bigger return and greater satisfaction. You’ll learn and advance quickly. #### LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Avoid impulsive moves that can alter your personal or professional status. Play out any scenario you encounter with slow, methodical steps that will allow you the maneuverability to change your mind at your own discretion. ### SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Showing emotion can be a good thing. Discuss your feelings so you can clear up the clutter in your personal life due to misinterpretation. If you don’t share, you can’t expect others to know what’s wrong or how to fix it. ### SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) It’s payback time. If you want to help an organization or someone who needs assistance, now is the time to do so, but don’t take chances. Do whatever is within your capability, and avoid too much travel. Love is highlighted. ### CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) An unexpected change of plans must not disrupt your day. Prepare to go it alone if someone cancels on you. Investments or making changes to some of your assets will lead to greater returns. Home improvements or property transactions should be considered. #### AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Get involved in a self-help group, or take the initiative to stop a bad habit. An emotional reaction will develop with someone if overindulgence, overspending or a bad debt occurs. Community events will lead to favors and new friendships. ## PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Put more thought into contracts, negotiations and legal or financial matters. You will come up with a unique way to integrate your skills into a position or deal with an organization, institution or agency trying to expand their current services. ##### L one star Championship Rodeo THIS IS OUR 30TH ANNUAL RODEO!! 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