March 2008

10pm Monday, April 7

Allison and Scanlon team up to track down a dangerous femme fatale (star Patricia Arquette’s real-life sister, Rosanna Arquette, Pulp Fiction) following the savage murders of two young men. Meanwhile, as the campaign for local D.A. revs up, Allison gets a feeling that someone close to Devalos is plotting against him.

9.30pm Monday, April 7

Karen and Davis discover Emma’s cleaning habits follow a clear emotional trigger and get her to clean for them. Hank accidentally drops something through the cracks of The Ruby’s deck only to discover a whole new world underneath it. Brent donates money to the town and receives recognition in return, leaving Oscar feeling overshadowed.

8pm Monday, April 7

Nine couples compete for the prize of best celebrity dancer.

7.30pm Monday, April 7

In the conclusion of the two-part episode, Manny’s post-secondary future is in jeopardy after she discovers that her university demo reel is actually a sex tape that she made with Jay. By the time Jay catches up to her with the correct DVD, it’s too late. While everyone else enjoys their road trip adventure, Jay spends his time hatching a plan to get Manny into her program by finessing Professor Iris Dunwoody (Shirley Douglas).


6am Monday, April 7

Host Seamus O’Regan reports live from Calgary and brings viewers backstage artist interviews from The 2008 JUNO Awards the night before.

10pm Sunday, April 6

While looking into a series of suicides of high profile, powerful women, Dexter realizes a pattern: they all saw the same psychiatrist. Dexter goes into stalk mode and becomes a patient of the therapist to ascertain whether or not he is the killer that he seems to be.

8pm Sunday, April 6

Hosted by international comedic sensation Russell Peters, The 2008 JUNO Awards airs live from Calgary’s Pengrowth Saddledome and will also be simulcast by CHUM radio stations across the country. The awards will feature performances from chart-toppers and nominees Feist, Avril Levigne, Hedley, Michael Bublé, and Anne Murray.

Sunday, April 6
7 p.m

eTalk hosts Ben Mulroney, Tanya Kim, and MuchMoreMusic personality Traci Melchor have all this year’s star-studded red carpet coverage as the JUNO presenters and performers make their way into Calgary’s Pengrowth Saddledome for The 2008 JUNO Awards.


Saturday, April 5
10 p.m.

Russell Peters’ 2004 stand-up special is spotlighted.

10pm Friday, April 4

Sean hires a talent agent, Christian questions Gina’s motives for moving to Los Angeles and the cause of Julia’s illness remains a mystery. Meanwhile, an older woman wants Sean and Christian to undo the effects of earlier electrolysis procedures that were done on her much-younger husband. Marlee Matlin (Dancing With the Stars) guest-stars as Barbara Shapiro.