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Trauma: Episode 1.13: "13"

Rabbit has a breakthrough in therapy. Tyler passes his paramedic exam and Boone questions his future as a paramedic.

Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution: Episode 1.01: "Series Premiere"

Jamie heads to Huntington, W.Va., where he tries to make lunches healthier.

Desperate Housewives: Episode 6.18: "My Two Young Men"

After Lynette catches Preston and Irena having sex in the house, she asks them not to let it happen again. Preston's solution: He and Irena are getting their own apartment. Tom expects Lynette to object, but she remembers how miserable their tiny first apartment made them. But her plan backfires when they get a three-bedroom apartment, which means that Preston is giving up on college and getting a job at a meat packing plant!

The Simpsons: Episode 21.15: "Stealing First Base"

Bart wrestles with matters of the heart.

Destination Bollywood: Episode 1.03: "Episode 3"

Watch and vote as 5 singers and 3 dancers compete for $2010 and the title of Emirates Bollywood Champion, then kick back with SmasHits TV, featuring music videos starring Shahrukh Khan, the King of Bollywood.

InfoMania: Episode 3.10: "Best & Worst of the Media: Mar 18, 2010"

Host Conor Knighton and team take comedic look at the week in media, including March Madness, live medical procedures on air, YouTube's best stuntmen, and the top 5 new releases on iTunes.

America's Most Wanted: Episode 23.24: "Episode 24"

Justice is served as criminals are captured.

Cooking Up a Story: Episode 3.32: "Vandana Shiva: The Future of Food Part 3"

In part 3 of this final installment, Dr. Vandana Shiva takes us back to the role of organic farming, and to the organic farmer who she believes embodies the best scientists of our time.

B. Alan Orange