There's King James and The Truth, Chairman Yao and The Answer. The question? Who are some of the stars in Sunday's NBA All-Star Game (TNT at 8 p.m EST). LeBron "King" James, Allen "The Answer" Iverson, and the big East take on top vote-getter Yao Ming and the best of the West. See if they can handle "The Truth" (Paul Pierce).
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ABC's Dancing With the Stars (Thursdays, 8 p.m. EST) is the ultimate guilty pleasure. Marginal celebrities (Drew Lachey from boy-band 98 Degrees, Lisa Rinna of "Soap Talk") team with professional dancers to waltz, samba, and occasionally stumble their way into viewers' hearts. Our favorite: Stacy Keibler, the consistently graceful wrestler (yes, wrestler).
BET has an all-star lineup for its sixth Celebration of Gospel (Thursday, Feb. 23, 9 p.m EST/PST): Shirley Caesar, CeCe Winans, Kirk Franklin, Stevie Wonder, and many more. This feel-good celebration is as much about the music as the message - the live audience sings and dances and so will you. While the standards are great fun, the show ends on a more sober note, with tributes to the Katrina victims and a stunning turn from a New Orleans pastor singing "Amazing Grace."
If your valentine forgot the sweets, treat yourself to Dale & Thomas's gourmet popcorn (daleandthomaspopcorn.com). It comes in all sizes - samplers to 3-1/2 gallon party drums. Try the Chocolate Chunk N' Caramel. Or the Peanut Butter & White Chocolate DrizzleCorn. Or both.