DStv highlights - December 13, 2012

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TO what-s-your-number01 Chris Evans and Anna Faris in a scene from the rom-com, Whats Your Number?

• Level Up, Cartoon Network, 16:00

A fantastical comedy where three high school gamers, Wyatt, Dante and Lyle, unwittingly open a portal from an online game into the real world. They must now hurdle their social barriers in order to come together and play the game IRL (in real life) to fight slimy trolls, hideous ghouls and the evil Maldark who’s trying to escape from the game to conquer our world!

• Real Housewives of Beverley Hills, Vuzu, 19.30

After spending $50 000 (R434 000) on an over-the-top tea party, to celebrate her daughter Kennedy’s fourth birthday, Taylor is upstaged by her husband who brings in an even bigger birthday present. Meanwhile, Camille discusses her marriage while relaxing in her Hawaii home and Lisa receives a heart-warming birthday surprise.

• Lokshin Bioskop: The Saints, Mzansi Magic, 21.00

This is a story about the head of a maximum security prison, Peter Mzolo, who decides to create an isolated cell for all the intelligent and cunning prisoners in order to separate them from the other inmates.

• What’s Your Number?, M-Net Movies Comedy, 21.00

A romantic comedy in which a woman runs into an ex-boyfriend who’s now very attractive. With the help of her womanising neighbour she decides to look up all 20 of her exes to see if they’ve changed for the better, too. Stars Anna Faris, Chris Evans, Blythe Danner, Ed Begley.

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