'The Hollow Men' begins limited run

March 10, 2005

Thursday, March 10

8 p.m. on TCM

"American Graffiti"

Ron Howard's "Happy Days" character had its roots in this 1973 movie, when he was still billed as "Ronny" and director George Lucas was still not entirely rich and famous. From today's perspective, all that nostalgia for the 1950s seems to have come when the decade was barely over.

9:30 p.m. on HBO

"Dope Sick Love"

This new documentary follows the "extreme existence" of two drug-addicted couples who live on the streets of New York. We're not sure what the message is, beyond making it clear that no one would want to follow their examples.

10:30 p.m. on Comedy Central

"The Hollow Men"

A sketch comedy quartet from England, the Hollow Men take their name from the poem by T.S. Eliot. Among other things, this new six-episode series promises "outrageous situations," lots of characters in drag, and "free-wheeling musical numbers."

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