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Around the remote: Chuck Barney's TV picks for Feb. 18-24

DON'T MISS: "Last Week Tonight With John Oliver" – Here's some very good news: After a three-month hiatus, our favorite fake anchor guy returns to launch the fifth season of his Emmy-winning satirical program. There's no word on the subject matter of this week's opener, but you can bet the boisterous Brit will take his typical deep dive into some weighty material, and that he will be really, really appalled. 11 p.m. Sunday, HBO.

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