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Has pop music stopped producing geniuses? If the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is reduced to inducting Justin Bieber in 2035, it’ll be time to quietly shut the place down.

Flipped Off (9pm Sat, A&E)

Russell Hantz is the self-proclaimed mastermind who nevertheless got voted off Survivor three times. He continues to proclaim himself a mastermind on his new house-flipping reality series, and it’s questionable here as well. It’s no fun to watch this unpleasant man brag about his real estate skills, then screw up, then blame it all on his partner.

Plus, I thought the tribe had spoken. Get this guy off our TV screens.

United Stats of America (9pm Tue, History)

Standup comedian brothers Randy and Jason Sklar try to hook the viewing public with a lively show about statistics. They look for interesting trends, then travel around the country to uncover the stories behind the numbers.

The premiere investigates America’s changing shape. The Sklars reveal that we used to be the tallest country in the world but are now the fattest, with the average waistline expanding from 26 to 34.

Guys, I don’t think the way to hook the viewing public is to tell us that we’re looking a little flabby.

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