On TV this weekend
<b>Who Do You Think You Are?, 8 p.m., NBC </b>Shockingly, it seems that Matthew Broderick has no one in his family tree named Bueller.
<b>SERIES PREMIERE Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, 9 p.m., ABC</b> Jamie Oliver heads to Huntington, W. Va. — the "unhealthiest city in America" — to teach people how to eat right, as if they’ll welcome him. That’s a place where beer nuts are considered the third food group, right behind pork rinds and chili dogs.
<b>Kitchen Nightmares, 9 p.m., Fox</b> Gordon Ramsay goes to a joint in Boca Raton to work his angry magic, but walks out because the owner doesn’t want to implement his suggestions.
<b>SEASON FINALE Caprica, 9 p.m., SyFy</b> Let us guess: The Cylons are all turned off so they will no longer present a threat to humanity? Right?
<b>Kids’ Choice Awards 2010, 8 p.m., Nickelodeon</b> The greatest storyline of this broadcast is whether or not Sandra Bullock will show up.
<b>Dark Relic, 9 p.m., SyFy</b> Another no-budget yawner about a cursed artifact causing bad days for all sorts of folks. Has no one ever tried encasing something like that in concrete and dropping it in the river? It worked for the mafia all the time.
<b>2010 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, 11 p.m., USA</b> Gorgeous George, the Million Dollar Man and Wendi Richter are recognized as great athletes. Or actors. We forget which.
<b>SERIES PREMIERE Breakout, 9 p.m., NatGeo</b> What would you do if you broke out of jail? We’d probably get a job in Tallahassee with the rest of the crooks.
<b>Masterpiece Classic: Sharpe’s Challenge, 9 p.m., PBS</b> Yes, <i>Top Chef</i>’s Padma Lakshmi is an actress, too. She sounds fairly convincing as a seductress, except her character seems awfully judgmental.
— Joshua Gillin firstname.lastname@example.org