TV Highlights, Feb. 1 



1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4

E! (Comcast Ch. 69)

While it’s terrible to pull a really nasty screw-up in front of your friends, family or co-workers, imagine going through your most embarrassing moment ever while six dozen cameras capture every second of it for posterity. That’s the situation faced by those in the limelight who manage to stumble onto one of fate’s landmines. And don’t you know we love it? To quench your inborn thirst for celebrity screw-ups, the E! Channel presents this six-hour countdown of the 101 biggest gaffes, blunders, trips, boners, falls and more as committed by some of Hollywood’s most stuck-up celebrities. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.


1:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4

AETN (Comcast Ch. 3, Broadcast Ch. 2)

While the D Student in Chief has proven himself to be wholly unfamiliar with the concept of three-branch government, for the rest of America, it’s kind of a big deal. Set up by the Founding Fathers as one third of the Holy “Checks and Balances” Trinity of American government, the Supreme Court has distinguished itself through our nation’s history as a bastion of rationality, wisdom and fairness — not to mention a flash point for some of the biggest controversies in history. In this documentary series from PBS, historians, scholars and legal experts talk about the history of the Supreme Court, and why it is so important to our way of life. The debut episode, “One Nation, Under Law,” focuses on the court’s creation and early landmark cases.


2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 4

The History Channel (Comcast Ch. 70)

If Super Bowl Sunday is about anything other than the gridiron, it’s about stuffing your fat American pie hole. In this marathon of munchies, the History Channel takes a look at some of the country’s most all-American food. On the menu: the history of the hot dog, the hamburger, pizza and more. If you’re on a diet, you might want to look away.


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