Catch the [Olympic] Fever: Download and Print Your February 2010 TV Calendar

Warning: If you have yet to catch Olympic fever, February ain’t gonna be pretty. No really. Don’t let the anticipation surrounding the return of LOST and SMALLVILLE’s upcoming two-hour movie event “Absolute Justice” fool you. Like the rest of the world, who have all but shifted their focus to the upcoming Winter Games, so to have the major networks. Which is why — in leu of the bevy of guest stars, specials and ratings stunts that traditionally comprise February Sweeps — is that much-anticipated Gold Medal Curling match between Canada and the United States (Woo-Hoo!) And here to ensure you don’t miss a moment of your favorite Olympic event (And yes, a few non-Olympic notables including the return of REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER, and the premieres of THE AMAZING RACE, SURVIVOR: HEROES VS. VILLAINS and THE RICKY GERVAIS SHOW) is this month’s February TV 2010 Calendar. Available at the following links as both a High Quality PDF or JPG.

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  • Nick

    Maybe I’m in the minority, but I just cannot imagine watching coverage of sports (in some cases, that’s a loose term) I don’t care about, involving people I don’t know and will probably never see again.

    Life’s too short. Don’t make me sing.

  • Josh Emerson

    I enjoy the Olympics. I don’t know why, I just do. I think I’ve always liked the international aspect of it. I love seeing people from all over the world competing. But I have to admit, I own Team Canada gear but none for Team USA. lol I think it’s cause Canada has a lot better selection of stuff in the store since they are hosting the games. I had to buy a shirt when I was there last week!

    I love Secret Diary of a Call Girl. So glad it’s back!

  • bws

    Ahhhh the merciful season finale of Heroes next week. Doubt it will be the series finale though given the apocalyptic landscape that is NBC primetime.

  • Hil

    I love the Olympics so I’ll be watching. I’ve watched every one since I can remember, and with the internet it isn’t hard to keep up with them during the other months of the year too. Also, I don’t care for most of the mainstream American sports that are played year round anyway. Half the time those guys are just phoning it in. When you watch the Olympics you are watching the best at their best. I’d rather watch a few weeks of the concentrated stuff than watered down crap like a typical season of the Cubs.