Thursday, April 15
THE VIEW Quentin Tarantino sits in with Connie And Carla's David Duchovny for a chin wag with Star, Joy, Meredith and neo-con Survivor Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Tarantino's all over the tube this week promoting Kill Bill, Vol. 2, after last Tuesday's stint guest judging American Idol. He's on Conan O'Brien today at 5 pm on Star, with emo rocker Ben Kweller; tomorrow on David Letterman at 11:35 pm on Global, with punk aesthete Patti Smith; on Jimmy Kimmel Live at 12:05 am Friday night on Citytv, with antipodean crew Jet. 11 am on CTV; repeated 10 pm on Talk
REM IN GERMANY That other little band from Athens, Georgia, perform their greatest hits in concert in Berlin during last year's world tour. 9 pm on MuchMoreMusic; repeated at midnight and Friday at 3 pm
THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH CRAIG KILBORN Debbie Harry and Blondie plug their first new CD in years, The Curse Of Blondie. 12:35 am on CBS Friday, April 16
ELLEN DEGENERES Queer Eye's Carson Kressley reveals he's often mistaken in public for the disco-dancin' host and suggests makeovers for guests Murphy Lee, Jermaine Dupri and Nelly, who invite the Fab 5 to Shake Ya Tail Feather. 10 am on Toronto 1
WHAT NOT TO WEAR Fabulous fashionistas Stacey and Clinton turn the less fortunately dressed into clones of themselves. You'll never wear sweat pants in public again. Catch phrase: "Shut up!" (as in "Too cool or what?"). 10 pm on TLC; repeated at 1 am and Saturday at 2 pm Saturday, April 17
THE PINK PANTHER (1963, dir Blake Edwards, with Peter Sellers, David Niven and Capucine) Diamond thieves are thwarted by a bumbling slapstick- prone detective with a peculiar French accent in the first of the long-running series. Oscar-nominated score by Henry Mancini. 9:30 am on Bravo!
THE GRADUATE (1967, dir Mike Nichols, with Dustin Hoffman, Katherine Ross and Anne Bancroft) Considered racy at the time, Nichol's wry commentary on 60s consumerism - "Plastics!" - set to a wimpy Simon and Garfunkel soundtrack sees Hoffman (30 at the time, playing 18) seduced by older woman Bancroft (36, playing 50). 4 am on Bravo!
Sunday, April 18
ALIAS The Mod Squad's Peggy Lipton guests alongside Kung Fu and Kill Bill star David Carradine. 9 pm on CTV
DIVAS IN TRAINING Hosts Patti Labelle, Gladys Knight and Jessica Simpson battle Kylie Minogue, Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Harry, Ashanti and new kid Joss Stone as well as the venerable Tom Jones for the 7th VH1 Las Vegas celebrity smackdown.
9 pm on MuchMoreMusic; repeated 1:30 am, Monday 2 pm and Wednesday 6 and 9 pm
Monday, April 19
LAST TANGO IN PARIS (1973, dir Bernardo Bertolucci, with Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider) Rated X for the butter scene alone, Bertolucci's portrait of an obsessive midlife crisis and meaningless sex - lots of meaningless sex - kick-started Brando's flagging career. Director's cut. 2:15 am on Bravo! Tuesday, April 20
A YEAR OF PEACE: JOHN AND YOKO Cinéma-vérité record of John and Yoko's 1969 Toronto and Montreal bed-in media events. See Give Peace A Chance recorded in a hotel bedroom while guests Timothy Leary, Tommy Smothers and future politico Alan Rock sing along. 3:30 pm on Bravo!
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY MORNING (1960, dir Karl Reisz, with Albert Finney and Rachel Roberts) Disenfranchised working-class lad from up north boozes and brawls his way through a dead-end life in this early Brit kitchen-sink drama. Finney's first film. 11:30 pm on CBC
Wednesday, April 21
LES CARABINIERS (1963, dir Jean-Luc Godard, with Albert Juross and Marino Masé) Two symbolic soldiers of fortune return from some undisclosed global war and display the results of their bourgeois pillaging to their wives back home. Godard's strangest film. En français. 9 pm on TFO