I haven't watched most of these yet, but TiVo has.
Hoarders - Oh, thank God, no feces this week. Of course, there was a stillborn baby. (Not in the clutter, just as a memory.) Not as sad as the recent Mystery Diagnosis. Diagnosis: Death. The featured kids are going to die. But hey, at least they died diagnosed.
How It Was Series - How It Was: Reagan's Assassination made sense. How It Was: 9/11 made sense. How It Was: The Mona Lisa made no sense. Eyewitness accounts of the Mona Lisa? Archival footage?
Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust- This is one of those things that is going to be soooo good and sooooo depressing that it will have to wait for a special kind of day. A sick day. A rainy dark sick day.
Letting Go of God- This is another Julia Sweeney monologue, and I don't expect to love it as much as God Said Ha, and it's going to take 2.5 hours to watch. Two and a half hours to hear how Julia Sweeney became an atheist. I may have to save it for Christmas Day.
My Car is My Lover - Yes. This is worth saving. Gary only got as far as The Washington state car-lover before he screamed "Pervert!"
Nostradamus Effect Series - It was with a heavy heart I took this off my Season Pass. What sent me over the edge was the timeline of the pyramid at Giza. If it's been analyzed since the thirties, how is it that no one was saying "Oh, watch out for 9/11/2001. That's the very day the timeline enters the King's Chamber. Something BIG's going to happen that day."