Appears to be a very light week this week (at least as far as my taste goes);
Wednesday appears to be Jack Lemmon day-- at 12:30pm is HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE (1965) which is a ridiculous look at the life of a cartoonist with a butler. If I could get my butler to program my DVR maybe I'd give it another watch.
Thursday is Gene Kelly day-- and SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (1952) is on at Midnight which makes no sense but its a great movie anyway.
Friday at 8pm is THE AWFUL TRUTH (1937) which is a funny Irene Dunn/Cary Grant Comedy worth your time.
THE RAZOR'S EDGE (1946) is this weeks ESSENTIALS on Saturday at 8pm, it's got Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney as well as a tremendous reputation so maybe it's good.
JESSE JAMES (1939) is on at 1045pm with Tyrone teamed with Henry Fonda-- I've seen that one and it's good for a western.
Wish I had more to recommend, but it is what it is.