What to Watch on Friday: Be Charlie Brown’s Valentine

Posted by Brooke Cain on February 14, 2014 

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Charlie Brown and Snoopy from “A Charlie Brown Valentine.”

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Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (8pm, ABC) - A double feature from “The Peanuts.” First up, from 1975: Charlie keeps a vigil by the mailbox for Valentines; Sally thinks Linus’ gift to his teacher is for her; and Lucy demands affection from Schroeder. From 2002: Valentine’s Day finds the gang searching for love. Chuck pines for his little red-haired girl; Sally seeks a way to woo a reluctant Linus; and Snoopy takes to his typewriter to author the perfect love poem.

2014 Winter Olympics (8pm, NBC) - NBC’s primetime coverage continues. Tonight: Medals are awarded in men’s figure skating. Also, finals in Alpine skiing’s men’s super combined, women’s freestyle skiing (aerials) and women’s skeleton. NBC will continue their winter sport coverage through Feb. 23 on NBC, NBC-Sports, USA, MSNBC and CNBC. What you see in prime time will have been taped earlier, but all of the competitions will also be live-streamed on nbcolympics.com. For a full schedule, go to nbcolympics.com/tv-listings.

National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage (9pm, UNC-TV) - Great Performances presents the 50th Anniversary of the National Theatre of Great Britain with live extracts and archival footage of NT productions. Included: “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” with Benedict Cumberbatch; “Mourning Becomes Electra” with Helen Mirren; and “Bedroom Farce” with Penelope Wilton.

Helix (10pm, Syfy) - Daniel makes a discovery and Hatake protects Walker from Sutton’s mercenaries.

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