Few things in life are as annoying as losing the TV remote. Just think of all the hours you've spent watching loops of SportsCenter because you couldn't find the clicker after the Lakers game. Or even worse, think about how many times you've accidentally watched the evening news after your favorite primetime show all because you lost the remote. So, if you're currently in the midst of a remote control crisis, you're going to want to start looking under the couch cushions as soon as you get home because we've got a lot of goodies for you in today's Complex TV Picks...
DRAMA: JUSTIFIED, FX, 10 PM
• Say hello to TV's newest crime drama, Justified. Created by genius crime novelist Elmore Leonard (his books have been made into Get Shorty, Out of Sight, Jackie Brown and more), the series takes place in present day, but its main character is a Stetson-wearing U.S. Marshal named Raylan Givens who plays both sides of the law to catch bad guys, just like in the good ol' days. Tune in for tonight's series premiere when Givens hunts down a white supremacist.
SPORTS: NCAA TOURNAMENT: WINTHROP VS. ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF, ESPN, 7:30 PM
• These two semi-obscure teams vie for the sixteenth seed in the NCAA tournament. This might not be the most exciting match-up, but since we've been waiting all year for March Madness, we're going to watch anyway. The winner of this game can look forward to
playinggetting raped by Duke. Too soon?
DOCUMENTARY: TASTIEST PLACES TO CHOWDOWN, TRAVEL, 11:30 PM
• It's not hard to figure out why Americans are so obese after watching Travel Channel's ode to gluttony, Tastiest Places To Chowdown. Tonight's episode features some of the biggest, cholesterol-filled meals from around the country, including a five-pound burrito from a taquerÃa in San Jose.
DRAMA: LOST, ABC, 9 PM
• It's Tuesday again, which means we're ready for our weekly dose of confusion. On tonight's episode of Lost, Sawyer goes on a recon mission at the request of the Locke Monster, whatever that means.
SCIENCE: THE MAN WHO INJECTS VENOM, ANIMAL, 10 PM
• Meet Steve Ludwin, an American man who regularly injects himself with deadly venom from his pet snakes because he believes it gives him incredible health benefits. C'mon, dude, haven't you ever heard of protein shakes and multivitamins?
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