Do It Today: Reality TV overload with Big Brother, Hell's Kitchen and more, Tony Dungy's Red Zone

Football players get invaluable advice from the star (and former Buc's) coach in Tony Dungy's Red Zone, a live broadcast of his conference with football heroes Peyton Manning, Bob Sanders, Michael Irvin and Pete Carroll, who discuss the importance of hard work, team building, conditioning, skills development and mental toughness. Visit fathomevents.com for ticket info and details. The film is broadcast from two local theaters, including: Citrus Stadium Park Mall 20, 7999 Citrus Park Town Center Mall, Tampa; and Regency 20, 2496 Brandon Blvd., Brandon. Tue., Aug. 25, 8 p.m.

Remember last week when another Tuesday? Well, tonight's that night. That's right, TV junkies: order a pizza with the works, put on your comfiest peejays, and prepare to spend an evening on the couch reveling in reality TV overload. You've got myriad choices of crap to watch, including paranoid housemates on Big Brother 11, the ahem, bigger, better version of The Bachelor with More to Love or rabid Chef Ramsey on Hell's Kitchen. If you have some catching up to do, check out a rerun of America's Got Talent (which makes American Idol seem as cerebral as Inside the Actor's Studio), before tonight's new episode, or if you're really in the mood to cry (because of the infintely annoying Ty Pennington [pictured]), try Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on CMT.

If you really must leave the house just to sit in front of the tube, several local theaters are showing Tony Dungy's Red Zone, which you can check out after the break.

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