Mums in search for that X factor
And so the Blockheads finally leave our screens, having renovated themselves stupid in another winning outing for The Block. In their place we get an as yet unnamed gang dropping into the timeslot and into the infamous shared house of Big Brother (Nine, 7pm).
In all likelihood some of the contestants will be a different but specific type of "head".
We've been told that the range of character "Anadrol 50" types is broader this season, along with the ages. What we do know is that an Australian war Is Testosterone Propionate Illegal veteran is a contestant, along with a radio host, reversing the common Big Brother path. And "twists" have been promised, even from the first episode.
In previous series, adding a ravenous lion to the mix would have been the perfect twist, but let's not judge this lot without meeting them.
Sonia Kruger will again host the slumber party, and will do it well.
The other big comeback is The X Factor (Seven, 7.30pm), a talent show that will again initially be about the judges. Ronan Keating and Natalie Bassingthwaighte are joined by Danni Minogue and American star Redfoo, who looks set to deliver an intriguing edge, if I can get past his name. The son of the legendary Motown man Berry Gordy, he should have lots to offer.
In a shock move, the entire judging panel is reported to "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" be on friendly terms.
It's a new season of Please Marry My Boy (Seven, 9pm), a request most often greeted with You Have To Be Kidding.
When blokes get to the stage where their mothers are playing matchmaker in a bid to get them to the altar, they're either "Anaboliset Aineet" in desperate trouble or on "Anaboliset Aineet" television.
As artificial as the process is, with three mums whittling down potential brides to three contenders, who then move into the family home, this show actually features true love. The fact that it's the love of mother for son doesn't hurt.
There will be some tough moments for the women itching to walk down the aisle with a near stranger. Gp Turinabol The first question for one hopeful is, "Are you 100 per cent natural?" I can't think of one person on the telly who could honestly answer yes. The reply annoys mum as much as it thrills her son.
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