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TV This Week March 28 - April 3

March 26, 2010 |  1:02 pm
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This week's TV Movies

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"The Simpsons" are going to Jerusalem, with "Borat's" Sasha Baron Cohen providing the voice of the family's wacky tour guide. We have no doubt extra care will be taken to not offend anyone -- except maybe Jews, Christians and Muslims. (Fox, 8 p.m.)


Part police procedural, part spiritual drama, "Saving Grace" returns to conclude its third and final season with nine new episodes. Oscar winner Holly Hunter stars as Det. Grace Hanadarko, the Oklahoma City cop with her very own guardian angel. (TNT, 10 p.m.)


Just days after the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti, the newsmagazine "Frontline" dispatched a film crew to document the devastation in the island nation's capital of Port-au-Prince. See the heartbreaking footage in this new episode. (KCET, 9 p.m.)


Mmm . . . pancakes. Host Adam Richman takes a delicious and syrup-titious look at belly-busting morning-menu items at restaurants all around the U.S. in "Man v. Food Presents Breakfast." It is, after all, the most important meal of the day. (Travel, 9 p.m.)


When we left "Fringe," Olivia (Anna Torv) had just discovered one of colleague Walter Bishop's (John Noble, above) deepest, darkest secrets. Tonight, the good doctor comes clean about the whole otherworldly affair in a flashback episode. (Fox, 9 p.m.)


Airing as part of VH1's concert series, "Madonna: Sticky and Sweet" showcases the aging but ageless Material Girl (above right with Britney Spears) onstage in front of adoring fans in Argentina. (VH1, 11 p.m.)


Where's your Moses now? Oh, there he is. Charlton Heston stars as the Old Testament prophet charged with leading the Hebrews out of Egypt in director Cecil B. DeMille's effects-laden 1956 biblical epic "The Ten Commandments."(ABC, 7 p.m.)


Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered as the leader of the civil rights struggle in the 1960s, but many today may be unaware of his then-controversial opposition to the war in Vietnam. "Tavis Smiley Reports" looks back at the issue. (KCET, 8 p.m. Wed.)


Who's prettier: Julia Roberts or Clive Owen? We have our own opinions, but you can decide for yourselves when the genetically blessed stars team to play rival industrial spies-turned-lovers in the sexy 2009 caper "Duplicity" (HBO, 8 p.m. Sat.)


If they're dead, they're "CSI: Miami's" problem; but if they still have a pulse, ship 'em to "Miami Medical." Jeremy Northam stars as a British trauma surgeon saving lives in sunny south Florida in this new hospital drama. (CBS, 10 p.m. Fri.)