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TV This Week for Feb. 6 - 12

February 4, 2011 |  9:53 am

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Steelers, Packers… and puppies? Two storied NFL franchises clash at “Super Bowl XLV,” and playful pooches cavort at “Puppy Bowl VII.” The Black Eyed Peas and some kittens perform at halftime, respectively. (Fox, 3 p.m.; Animal Planet, 3 p.m.)

And if the Super Bowl is no “Thriller” — let's face it, they usually aren't — fear not, for the kids from “Glee” will offer up their own version of Michael Jackson's dancing-zombie-freakout in a very special post-game episode of the hit series. (Fox, 7:30 p.m.)


From Bogie and Bacall to Brad and Angie, it's a countdown of “Hollywood's Greatest Love Affairs of All Time.” And from Lucy and Desi to Brad — him, again? — and Jen, there's a survey of “Hollywood's Most Shocking Breakups.” (TV Guide, 8 and 9 p.m.)Et-lfwt2nnc-feb6


Due in part to shows like “Bozo the Clown” and “Romper Room,” we grew up loving TV so much we got a job writing highlights like this one telling you that such locally produced kids' fare will be featured on a new “Pioneers of Television.” (KOCE, 8 p.m.)


He's a long, tall drink of lawman, fast on the draw, slow on the drawl. We confess: We have a man-crush on Timothy Olyphant (left). He's back for another season of cops-and-hillbillies on the return of the Kentucky-set action drama “Justified.” (FX, 10 p.m.)


What would you do for a Klondike bar — er, rather, a big, fat research grant? Such is Leonard's (Johnny Galecki) dilemma when “Arrested Development's” Jessica Walter guest stars as a potential benefactrix on “The Big Bang Theory.” (CBS, 8 p.m.)


Lifeguard, leading man, Screen Actors Guild president, GE spokesman, California governor, leader of the free world — the new documentary “Reagan” traces the life and many careers of former President Reagan. (HBO, 7 p.m.; also Mon, 9 p.m.)


Grumpiest old men: Samuel L. Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones tackle tough topics like suicide and spirituality in a Jones-directed adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy's play “The Sunset Limited.” (HBO, 9 p.m.)

Photo credit: Prashant Gupta / FX