Newsday (Nassau Edition) from Hempstead, New York on November 6, 2008 · 31
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cfMwsdaycomt ‘ ' x S'i-b 0 5 : B7 50 Cent shows us why The Donald is golden & rfi -K i ! vemcgayiiewsdaycom 1 THE SHOW “50 Cent The Money and the Power” WHENWHERE Premieres tonight at 10 on MTV REASON TO WATCH Fitty WHAT ITS ABOUT A pretty jKrtrvmgfnng rip-off in riipmp style and approach to “The Apprentice” (No boardroom though-) Fourteen contestants -split into teams and make their way HappgH in r-hain fn “Tamp Curtis" on Greenpoint Avenue in Brooklyn where Jackson dispenses wisdom and wither- ing dismissals "A couple of my ' junior soldiers went AWOL on me a while ago — you know how these young bucks are They have a tendency to turn on you So lesson one choose your crew wisely” His voice is low steady slight- - TV ZONE Verne Gay serves up the latest in network TV news -: ftewsdaycom tvzone quickview THE SHOW “Whale Wars" WHEN WHERE Tomorrow at 9 pm on Animal Planet THE DEAL Seven-part reality series about a marine conservation group's daring three-month mission to stop Japanese whaling operations DETAILS About five out of 15 species of great whales are endangered so the International Whaling Commission has put a moratorium on whaling But it continues Since 1981 Capt Paul Watson's “Sea Shepherd" mission has tried to halt it The Greenpeace co-founder and his volunteers face high-risk situations on voyages which begin every winter "Whale Wars” pits conservationists against Japanese whalers - jtfYftfoViVi vVAiftUfttfrtf£Uf£tSi& ! sazsaz ly sibilant — presumably from die bullet he took in the face all those years ago He looks great in a suit The wannabes? The usual: young slightly desperate Yet no one asks the most obvious question: "I win and I don't actually get SIQOJOOO but help Fitty manage 100 large? What?" BOTTOM LINE Get beyond the hilarious fact that Curtis Jackson (and G-Unit loyalist Tony Yayo) are preaching the straight-and-narrow in the biz world and you soon realize this savvy old pro must have something up his sleeve: Namely a conceited effort to sell his new book "The 50th Law” written with hip-hop Machiavel-li Robert Greene ("Ihe 48 Laws of Power”) listen up and you too will see and hear the 48 rules in more or less random order like No 27 (“Make these people want to belong to my cultT) or No 32 (“Play to their fantasies!) No 10 is really an-message throughout — “gyniH thp unhappy nnH thp unlucky” The problem though — most of these kids seem to be both or as Jackson says "to be frank Tm not impressed with what I'Ve seen fran any of you' Point being none of them do as they set sail from Melbourne Australia to find and stop viola- tors by any nonviolent means The push to eradicate Japanese whaling uses aggressive techniques such as ramming and disabling whaling ships A? Fill PHOTO 2007 The star of the ”Apprentice”-like "SO Cent: The Money and the Power” seem like someone you’d want to manage in miir-h lp $100000 This show is about building Jackson’s empire not bmvforthebut8 like watching paint dry for us GRADED disrupting whale carcass processing engaging in physical entanglement and boarding -and dispersing fleets of whaling vessels In 2007-08 Animal Planet signed on for the trip this new weekly series is the result Tina Fey is flying high with Oprah on "30 Rock” 30 ROCK (9:30 pm NBC 4) — Liz asks Oprah Winfrey for advice when they are seated next to each other on a flight Jenna and Tracy try to determine whose life is harder Kenneth tests Jack's morality - - THE OFFICE (9 pm NBC 4) — Jim and Dwight are stunned by the results of the annual customer survey report Jim and Pam decide to spend every minute together Andy and Angela choose an unusual location for their wedding CSI (9 pm CBS 2) — Grissom asks Lady Heather (Melinda Clarke) for help when the team investigates a case connected to the world of domination LIFE ON MARS (10 pm ABC 7) — The murder of a black girl triggers a racial confrontation Sam battles race attitudes in his own precinct a standoff on a rooftop leads to gunshots irS ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA (10 pm FX) — Hoping to make the bar a landmark the gang tells the Philadelphia Historical Society that Paddy's Pub was responsible for cracking the Liberty Bell WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THERE? Maybe you’ve walked past the construction of Manhattan’s One Bryant Park near the New York Public Library Now you can go inside what's being called an eco-friendly marvel “Man-Made: Ultimate Skyscraper" (9 pm NatGeo) explores the design of what's set to be not only the second-tallest building in New York City but one of the greenest too More at natgeotvcom seriesman-made — DIANE WERTS DAYTIME EARLY SHOW (7 am CBS 2) — Financial report TODAY (7 am NBC 4) — Seann William Scott Paul Rudd GOOD MORNING AMERICA (7 am ABC 7) — Hair removal REGIS & KELLY (9 am WABC 7) - Paul Rudd THE MORNING SHOW (9 am WNYW 5) — Miranda Cosgrove RACHAEL RAY 00 am WABC 7 2 pm WLNY 10 55) — Gabrielle Reece Sheryl Crow ELLEN DEGENERES (10 am WLNY 1055 3 pm WNBC 4) — Samuel L Jackson THE VIEW (11 am ABC 7) — Roger Moore Jean-Claude Van Damme MARTHA (11 am WNBC 4) — Yucatan Peninsula BONNIE HUNT (2 pm WNBC 4) — Maureen McCormick DR PHIL (3 pm WCBS2 6 pm WLNY1055) — Confronting personal demons OPRAH (4 pm WABC 7 7 pm WLNY 10 55) — Will Smith Tina Fey Rosario Dawson LATE NIGHT DAILY SHOW (11pm Comedy Central) — Paul Rudd COLBERT REPORT (11:30 pm Comedy Central) — Rachel Maddow LETTERMAN (11:35 pm CBS 2) — Ben Stiller Q-Tip LENO 01:35 pm NBC 4) — Julia Louis-Dreyfus David Archuleta KIMMEL (12:05 am ABC 7) — Sarah Silverman Tl (repeat) CONAN (12:35 am NBC 4) — Madeleine Albright FERGUSON (12:35 am CBS 2) — Elizabeth Banks LAST CALL (1:35 am NBC 4) — Tony Rock Tl dffJtH'SWallfS8 NEWSDAY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 2008

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