SundayChris Lilley, the creator of "Summer Heights High," is a literal stage hog, choosing to play almost all his major characters. His latest, "Angry Boys" (9 p.m., HBO), has him morphing into six characters, including 17-year-old twins, a peculiar prison guard and a soft-spoken Japanese wife. Lilley has a lot of talents. Too bad one of them isn’t making me laugh.MondayWinemaker Ben Flajnik tries to give his personal life a buzz on the 16th season of "The Bachelor" (7 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5). In the opener, he meets 25 contestants (one of whom arrives on horseback) and must whittle the number down to 18 by the end of the show. Those who are dismissed go home with a bottle of Two Buck Chuck.TuesdayJust because Tom Hanks went from "Bosom Buddies" to Oscar-winning films doesn’t mean that every show about crossdressing pals is going to lead to stardom. Actors Ben Koldyke and Amaury Nolasco will soon learn that lesson after viewers actually see their abysmal new sitcom, "Work It" (7:30 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5), an early contender for the worst show of 2012. Fortunately for the cast, this show shouldn’t be around long enough to do serious career damage.WednesdayPamela Anderson has learned enough about underwear over the years to actually sell it. She’s one of the celebrities going "undercover" as ordinary people — like you and me — in a new season of "I Get a Lot of That" (7 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4). Others attempting the simple life include Jerry Springer as a deli worker and Drew Pinsky as an eyeglasses salesman.ThursdayBeing alive apparently is not a prerequisite to be featured on Animal Planet. "American Stuffers" (9 p.m., AP) looks at the fun lovin’ world of taxidermy in Romance, Ark., where Daniel Ross and his co-workers give animals a different kind of afterlife. In the first episode, Dan catches heck when he dries a few animal parts in the family oven. Hey, didn’t I see that plot on "Roseanne"?