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Originally published Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at 2:43 PM

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Wednesday’s TV Picks

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‘How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)’

Dear ABC, thanks for bringing television viewers this new generation-gap comedy about a newly divorced single mom (Sarah Chalke) who moves back in with her parents (Elizabeth Perkins and Brad Garrett). We’ll give it a try, but if the show is any good, can you please nurture it and not move it all over the schedule (ahem, “Happy Endings”) or outright cancel it (“Don’t Trust the B ...”). Series premiere, 9:31 p.m. on ABC (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Also on Wednesday:

“MLB Baseball,” 7 p.m. (ROOT): Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics (Live).

“Nature,” 8 p.m. (KCTS): “What Plants Talk About”: A study of how plants behave reveals they are as busy, responsive and complex as humans.

“Criminal Minds,” 9 p.m. (CBS): When the team goes to Morgan’s old neighborhood to track an UnSub targeting middle-aged men, Morgan suspects they are looking for someone connected to the man who abused him as a child.

“Supernatural,” 9 p.m. (CW): A terrified Kevin calls Sam and Dean after he hears Crowley’s voice in his head; after Dean receives a visit from Naomi, he realizes he needs to ask Benny for a favor.

“Chicago Fire,” 10 p.m. (NBC): A paramedic candidate joins Shay and Dawson for a few shifts; Cindy Herrmann experiences pregnancy complications while her husband is out of town; Casey receives an unexpected visit.

“Psych,” 10 p.m. (USA): While watching his girlfriend’s son, Maximus, Gus entertains him with a trip to the circus.

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