Among our non-Olympics cable picks, Worth a Look: "Cheer Squad," Sun, 9pm ET, CSTV, U GA’s squad is up first, featuring tanned, athletic coeds in skimpy shorts (we didn’t even notice there were guys, too); "Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show," Mon, Tues, 8pm, USA, there’ve been 24 US presidents since this event started (c’mon, does CableFAX bring you value or what?); "Hustle," tomorrow, 10pm, AMC, TV Guide’s right, why is this "Ocean’s 11"-like series on AMC? It’s not a movie, a classic or American. But it’s such a well-done drama we don’t care; "Honor Deferred," tomorrow, 8pm, History, for Black History Month, eye-opening tales of 7 WWII vets awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously; "What’s Sexy?" Mon, 9pm, Nat Geo, we’ve seen this before on TLC specials, you know, scientists take some of the mystery out of love, but interesting; Highlights: "World’s Most Dangerous Gang," Sun, 8pm, Nat Geo, this special about the deadly MS-13 gang defines behind-the-scenes reporting, courageous work from Lisa Ling and her crew; "20K Streets Under the Sky," tomorrow, 8pm ET, 9pm PT, Sun, 8pm, BBC America, a rare chance to watch the work of underappreciated Brit novelist Patrick Hamilton (1904-62) and see how working-class Brits lived in the 30s, terrific production values, fabulous music; "Inside the Actors Studio," Sun, 8pm ET, Bravo, very deep look inside Dave Chappelle.