For everyone who complains there's nothing good on TV, that the medium is nothing but filth and smut, CBS has the perfect TV movie for you. Actually, The Magic of Ordinary Days is just plain good TV, and it probably also will appeal to viewers who don't mind their housewives Desperate or who get amused by the foul-mouthed social satire of South Park.
The Magic of Ordinary Days at 9 p.m. Sunday is a Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation that's set in the 1940s, an allegedly more proper period (some would say repressed) when "values" wasn't just a political buzzword to be preached but something Americans actively practiced.
Of course, whether you approve of romanticizing the idea of sending a young woman who gets pregnant out of wedlock away to the sticks for a forced marriage might also color your impression of Ordinary Days. Didn't bother me, but I'm more romantic than I am politically correct.