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Cities of the Underworld (Mon, 9PM-10PM, History Channel) - This week's episode is "Freemason Underground," which means we should hear some good conspiracy theories, and they might even mention Philadelphia, since our city, of course, played host to the founding fathers, a number of whom happened to be masons.
Science of Love: A Modern Dating Experiment (Mon, 10PM-11PM, NBC10) - In this special, a man dates two women, then is asked to decide which he prefers: the woman he picked out based on simple attraction, or the woman picked out for him by experts, based on biological and psychological attributes. (Mon, PM-11PM, Food Network) - This time the show takes a look at something near and dear to our heart: take-out food!
He's going to be working one-on-one with six Florida middle-schoolers, who are introduced in this episode.
He'll also be getting the help of folks like celebrity chef Tyler Florence and Shaq's own college basketball coach, Dale Brown.
From here the show follow's Adam on his dates and to the ultimate conclusion where he picks which date works out the best for him. Other shows they have produced includes "The Biggest Loser", another widely popular show on NBC.
She was the 2005 president of the Pacific Sociological Association, helped create the dating web site Perfectmatch.com, and is a sexuality adviser for Web MD.Modern Marvels (Wed, 10PM-11PM, History Channel) - This show takes a look at some really random stuff sometimes, but their topic this week is cheese, so we're tempted to tune in. Burn Notice (Thu, 10PM-11PM, USA) - This strangely-titled new show is about a spy who gets kicked out of his agency and stuck in Florida, where he ends up helping locals who can't rely on the police.His first task is to help clear a man of suspicion in a high-priced art theft. D Love, as always thanks a ton to you for being there to help with my queries so far. I think analytical/quantitative method is what will best suit my this research.
I just wanted to see which method I can opt based on the ideas and objectives I had in my mind.
For the contestant, NFL football player Adam Johnson chooses a candidate for his first of two dates based on his own experiences and instincts.