TV picks for Dec. 20-22:  Steve Harvey, "I Love Lucy Christmas Special,” Britney Spears, Rolling Stones

  • Updated: December 19, 2013 - 1:34 PM
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The “I Love Lucy Christmas Special” features two newly colorized back-to-back classic episodes of the 1950s series.

The tao of Steve

While everyone was paying attention to Bethenny Frankel and Queen Latifah, “The Steve Harvey Show” (1 p.m. Friday, KSTC) was building a solid audience based on the host’s quick wit and charm. Harvey gets rewarded with a sit-down at the White House with President Obama. Maybe Harvey can persuade the First Family to do a round of “Family Feud.”

Red or white?

I’m not a big fan of messing around with classics, but I’ll be interested to see how the “I Love Lucy Christmas Special” (7 p.m. Friday, WCCO, Ch. 4) looks after colorizing two episodes, which includes the famous grape-stomping episode. Guess we’ll find out once and for all if she was working with red grapes or white.

Start ’em up

Put the winter blahs on hold with “The Rolling Stones: Sweet Summer Sun — Return to Hyde Park” (8 p.m. Friday, Showtime), featuring highlights from their recent London concert. The performance features a special appearance from former guitarist Mick Taylor, who just happened to be working the fish-and-chips concession stand.

Viva Las Vegas

“Britney: Piece of Me” (7 p.m. Sunday, E!) takes us behind-the-scenes of Britney Spears’ upcoming two-year residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus prepares to one-up her by sitting naked on the giant globe outside the casino.

Neal Justin

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