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Screens: TV this week

Notable on TV the week of Sept. 24:

Generation Boom (10 p.m. Tuesday, TV Land) … This four-part documentary, airing Tuesday
through Friday, examines the impact on American society over the past 50 years, for better or worse, of Baby Boomers, and includes interviews with everybody from Internet zillionaire Mark Cuban to booger millionaire Dave Barry. Episode titles, swiped from the old Dick and Jane readers, include How We Play, How We Live, How We Love and How We Wire The World. Expect an additional episode later, How We Will Make Everybody Younger Than Us Work 80 Hours A Week To Support Social Security.

Fall shows premiering this week (you can see detailed reviews here by clicking on the "fall TV preview" link):

Tonight: Brothers And Sisters, 10 p.m., ABC.

Monday: Runaway, 9 p.m., The CW; Heroes, 9 p.m., NBC.

Tuesday: Help Me Help You, 9:30 p.m., ABC.

Thursday: Ugly Betty, 8 p.m., ABC


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