Barbra Ellen interviews Alicia Silverstone about Miss Match, which frankly is sugary nonsense compared to Sex In the City (they're both created by Darren Star), and seems set to be removed from the TiVo 'season pass' list very soon.
Also riding high in the 'I can't believe I'm watching this' stakes is Nip/ Tuck, an every day story of Plastic Surgeon folk in Miami.
Most recent episode: teenage son caught in threesome (then all three sets of parents and children sit down to discuss: which causes heartbreak for the lesbian of the bunch); man seeks breast reduction to go to top notch swinging party (he gets the op, but finds he has hepatitis C); wife of one surgeon first has crush on a young medical student/ personal trainer; then ends up kissing the other surgeon (her husband's best friend - there's lots of history there, as you'd expect); meanwhile her husband is falling in love with a recently divorced chiropracter with a double mastectomy. Oh, and there's obviously a bit of girl-on-girl action at the swinging party.
Well, it might be gratuitous rubbish, but it's well worth supporting just to spite the puritanical Parent's Television Council who have run a campaign to stop companies advertising in the show (complete with wonderfully prurient summary of all the shocking bits at the bottom of that page).
Needless to say, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons is also outraged.