DStv highlights - January 9, 2013

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• The Associate, TCM, 21.00

Laurel Ayres is a lawyer trying to make it, but unfortunately she works at a law firm where she does all the work, while the senior lawyers grab all the credit. She then starts her own firm and pretends she has a male partner named Robert Cutty. And when she starts to do well all of her clients want to meet Cutty, which is difficult since he doesn’t exist.

• Café Racer, Discovery HD, 22.00

Directly responsible for today’s superbikes, Café Racer refers to a type of motorcycle and motorcyclist, who appreciates speed and good handling over comfort. Exploring the history, development and culture of the café racer, ex-professional superbike champions Ben and Eric Bostrom and their crew travel the globe in search of some of the best café racer builds and the masterminds who create them.

• How I Met Your Mother, e.tv, 22.10

Don’t you wish you knew how this story ends already? We have a bunch of friends who have healthy dating lives. They trade stories whenever they meet. All this is done in retrospect as the story is retold from the future to some kids. These kids are listening to their dad, a member of the posse. He narrates how he came to meet their mother.

• Empire Girls: Julissa and Adrienne, Style, 22.10

Adrienne Bailon and Julissa Bermudez are two Latina best friends and starlets looking to conquer show business. Julissa wants to be the next Oprah Winfrey, while Adrienne wants a singing and acting career like her idol, Jennifer Lopez.

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