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A&E Listings

Here are listings for A&E Biography (and other prime-time evening programs), and here's a link for A&E Biography videos.
A&E provides listings on the 1st & 16th (times are EST/Pacific Time):

A&E Programming Schedule

Monday-Friday programs are each repeated once, 4 hours later

NOTE: We are listing both EST/Pacific Time and individual television ratings.
All are [TV G] or [PG]unless noted.
[NR] = Not Rated, news-related program.

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Friday, April 1, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Black Widow of Vegas.
When the charred remains of a wealthy Las Vegas real
estate developer are discovered, suspicion falls on
the least likely of suspects--his sweet, gentle wife
who doesn't look anything like a killer.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Tom Selleck.
Traces the life of the actor with Greek-god looks who
rose from Valley Boy and male model to star of TV's
1980s hit series Magnum, P.I. Features clips of The
Dating Game appearance that led to a film contract and
looks at controversial moments in his career,
including false tabloid stories about his sexuality
and Rosie O'Donnell's attack on his support for the
NRA. Tom received an Emmy nomination for his
guest-starring role on Friends and stars in A&E's
original movie Ike: Countdown to D-Day.
His first movie was Daughters Of Satan

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Kurt Russell.
Story of the handsome, rugged actor whose early dream
of a baseball career ended with an injury.
Heartbroken, Russell turned to acting, winning raves
for Silkwood, Escape from New York, and Swing Shift,
and met the love of his life, Goldie Hawn. Features
rare archival photos, clips, and intimate interviews
with colleagues
from his years at Disney to John Carpenter movies

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - John Stamos.
As a child, the actor John Stamos had three wishes--to
become famous, to star in a TV show, and to marry an
amazing woman. He did all three when he was seen by
millions as Blackie Parrish on the daytime soap
General Hospital and in the sitcom Full House and his
marriage to supermodel and actress Rebecca Romjin.
This profile follows his rise to the top, his Broadway
turn in the hit play Nine, and interviews with John
and Rebecca, Bob Saget, Jack Klugman, Molly Ringwald,
and Mary Stuart Masterson.

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Saturday, April 2, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Baton Rouge: Scandal on
the Bayou.
In a state where sinning is an official pastime, Baton
Rouge is the capital. When the owner of an escort
service went on trial on prostitution charges, she
hoped her well-connected clients would pull strings to
keep her out of prison. But when she was convicted,
there were fears that she would finally blow the
whistle on the high and mighty and turn over her
client list. Then, she was found dead in her jail
cell. Though officially ruled a suicide, many thought
it was murder. Paul Winfield narrates.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Akron: Brother against
Brother.
The tycoons of the "Rubber Capital of the World" are
shocked when a fellow multi-millionaire is murdered
and the trail leads to a voluptuous go-go dancer, a
hired killer, and the dead man's own family. Narrated
by Paul Winfield.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Unluckiest Man & The
Deadly Triangle/Cat and Mouse & Final Fare.
Fire investigator Jack Malooly helps crack the case of
an arsonist and killer who set a series of fires to
collect insurance money; and a prison inmate tells a
homicide detective that he can't help him with his
current murder investigation, but knows plenty about
another murder that took place in California 15 years
earlier. Then, a 16-year-old letter helps solve a
murder; and a firearms expert supplies the evidence
that South Carolina authorities need to put a man on
trial in 2002 for a murder committed in 1961. It was
the oldest murder case ever tried in the state.
(2-hour version)

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Sunday, April 3, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Baby for Sale/The Barrel.
When a Nevada couple demands the return of a baby they
had sold to another couple, the burned body of the
baby turns up in Arizona. Then, when a Long Island,
N.Y., man prepares his house for sale, he discovers a
barrel in his crawlspace that contains the body of a
pregnant woman who has been dead for decades. 

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Downstream Drifter/Murder in
Room 162.
In San Antonio, TX, Det. Tim Angell and his partners
find a nameless man beaten to death floating in a
creek; they must race to identify the victim and find
anyone who may have known him. And in Phoenix, Det.
Mike Polk and his team painstakingly reconstruct the
final hours of a man found dead hogtied in a hotel
room; the case takes a dramatic turn when they learn
the killers may have been captured by the hotel's
surveillance cameras. 

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - For Funerals and a Wedding.
A couple who met in grief counseling after losing
their spouses writes in to ask if they can be married
at the mortuary! Despite their own cynicism towards
marriage the gang agrees, hoping to lighten things up
around the place. Rick will perform the ceremony,
Chuck will give the bride away, and the girls will all
be bridesmaids. But, as the big day approaches,
everyone's on edge because Rick will have to deal with
ex-fiancée Missy at the ceremony. Will celebrating the
new love of others help bring the love back to the
mortuary?

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Boiling Point.
Tensions at the mortuary over Rick's break-up with
Melissa comes to an explosive head when he takes his
frustrations out on the staff. John, already on edge
over his divorce, threatens to quit, much to Shonna's
dismay. In a screaming rage, Shonna tells Rick he's
got to change his ways. And everyone waits to see if
he will.

10-11pm -- Intervention - #5.
At 24, Sara had everything she ever wanted in her
sleepy Minnesota town. She had a fairy-tale wedding in
Hawaii, a beautiful baby girl, a house, three cars,
and even competed in beauty pageants. Then, it all
abruptly ended in divorce. Not knowing how else to
cope Sara turned to Crystal Meth, and now uses every
day, all day if she can. A self-labeled "junkie," Sara
has lost everything, including custody of her
daughter. She currently lives with her parents and
exists in an endless cycle of drugs, stealing, lying,
drug testing, and court appearances. Her family says
the only hope for Sara is an Intervention.

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Monday, April 4, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Answer in the
Box/Maternal Instinct.
Police solve the killing of an 11-year-old track star
10 years later when they obtain the DNA evidence they
need in a cigarette butt dropped by the suspect. Also,
a mother is convicted of killing her 5-year-old
daughter 13 years after the crime.

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - Dazed and Confused.
At BWI, Southwest supervisor Jan isn't keen about
letting a man who needs medical attention fly, but the
passenger and his mom are desperate to get home. At
LAX, two businessmen anxious to get to an important
meeting find their seats have been given away. And at
check-in, the Kaiser family faces disaster--they've
left their tickets on the bus, and mom Andrea isn't
taking it too well.

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - You Can't Win Them All.
Passenger Liz Harris is on her way to compete in the
Pacific International Trapshooting Contest, but she
hasn't been trap shooting in 10 years--can she make a
comeback? At LAX, a mother's plan to take her family
on a trip is threatened when her 5-year-old daughter
decides she doesn't want to fly and bolts off the
flight. And when a mother wants an entire plane
cleared of peanut dust to accommodate her
peanut-allergic son, Mike gets a vacuum cleaner and
hopes it'll do the job.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Battle of the Sexes.
John and Carmine take part in a radio contest whose
female winners get spend a day at the house with the
boys. Victoria and her sister Angel take up karate.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Guys and Dolls. 
The boys challenge Uncle Peter and his friends to a
full-out tackle football game. Meanwhile, Victoria
meets with a woman who wants to make a "Victoria
doll."

10-10:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Manscaping.
During a hectic day at the office, Victoria meets a
male model named Rob and they exchange phone numbers.
Meanwhile, John prepares to get a tattoo memorializing
his grandfather. When Victoria confronts him, the two
get into a huge argument.

10:30-11pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Loons over Miami.
Victoria takes her boys and 10 of their wildest
friends on what she hopes will be a week of peace and
quiet in Miami. Man, is she wrong. The boys "de-pants"
their friends, terrorize their two chaperones, and get
into trouble with hotel security.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Bedroom Basher. 
A California jury convicts Kevin Green of raping and
bludgeoning his wife, despite his claims of innocence.
But 15 years later, police nab a serial killer known
as the "Bedroom Basher" and discover that Green may
have been wrongly jailed after all. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Sex, Lies and Murder.
Police in Overland Park, Kansas, hunt for over 15
years for a serial killer who lures women to Kansas
for sadomasochistic sexual trysts at hotels. With
unprecedented access to surveillance photos and video
from the investigation, we go inside the probe,
highlighting the pressures the small-town
investigators faced while searching for the
cold-blooded killer.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Baby's Back in
Town.
Dog tries to nab a fugitive named Wayne by tricking
him. Dog calls Wayne to tell him that he's won a new
vacuum cleaner and he should stick around to get it.
Dog then sends his daughter, Lyssa, to "deliver" the
vacuum cleaner and lure Wayne out of his house. But
when Lyssa arrives, Wayne is gone, and with the sun
setting, the chances of nabbing the fugitive suddenly
don't look very good.
9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Surprise!
Surprise!
Dog and his team are out to revoke bail on Eugene, a
chronic heroin addict. They find him in a squalid
apartment with a huge stockpile of syringes, and they
can see that his physical condition is deteriorating.
Beth tells Eugene about her first husband, whose life
was ruined by heroin, and pleads with Eugene to go to
rehab.

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - The Jersey Curse.
The launch of Robbie's big summer tour is riddled with
bad omens. He's going to New Jersey to jump over 25
police cars, but because of a previous crash in New
Jersey he's afraid the state is cursed. And his
nostalgic visit to Butte, Montana, where he was born
and raised is ruined when he winds up in a barroom
brawl that leaves his face and ego battered.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Mob Ladies.
Portraits of notorious women connected to organized
crime. Features Virginia Hill, who helped Bugsy Siegel
build Las Vegas, Arlyne Brickman, who trafficked in
heroin even while working as an FBI informer, and
"Mafia Princess" Antoinette Giancana, who professes
great love for her father, mob boss Sam Giancana.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Brit and the
Bodybuilder.
A look at the case of Farah Frattah, a Texas woman who
was murdered after claiming that her husband, Bob, was
a sexual deviant and a threat to their children's
safety.

9-10pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - The Jersey Curse.
[see above]

10-11pm -- Monster Hoax: Operation Loch Ness - 
This creature feature is all about the famous Loch
Ness monster, the strange, dinosaur-like animal that's
supposedly been "sighted" in a Scottish lake for 1,400
years. Animatronics experts accept a unique challenge
- to build a life-like monster in an attempt to
"prove" that it exists and turn the Loch Ness myth
into reality.

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Thursday, April 7, 2005
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Prince William.
A look at how the once media-shy future King of
England is beginning to fulfill his role as a public
figure. Includes recent footage of the Prince at Eton
College, at his first press conference, and on his
trip to Chile, plus interviews with the common folk
who got to know him on his Chilean adventure and Eton
students.
Repeated 2pm

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Diana: Portrait of a Princess.
The story of Jayne Fincher, the photographer who
followed the late Princess Diana around the world,
recording her every move for posterity. Fincher
developed a friendship with Diana and photographed her
in private on several occasions. With contributions
from Jayne's colleagues, Diana's fashion designer, and
those who helped Diana with her charity work, this
program tells the story behind the portraits of the
Princess.
Repeated 3pm

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Charles & Camilla.
The story of the forbidden love that has spanned 30
years and caused the end of two marriages, a scandal
in England's royal family, and scorn from the rest of
the world. We trace the relationship between Prince
Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles to the moment they
met one wet afternoon in 1971 when debutante Camilla
Shand waded across a polo field to meet the Prince.
Features interviews with friends and journalists who
knew the two as young lovers.
Repeated 4pm

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Mob Rats
A look at what happened to a few Mafia 'turncoats' who
participated in the Witness Protection Program to
facilitate major mob stings. Interviews with
investigators, attorneys and former foot army
"soldiers," including Joseph Valachi, the first
Mafioso to break the code of silence and Sammy
Gravano, who helped convict the Gambino family boss.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Killer Named Korn/Night
Watchman & Operation Jambalaya/Footprints in the Snow.
The conviction of a man found guilty of sexually
assaulting and stabbing an Ohio woman to death is
overturned because his Miranda rights were violated
when he was arrested. And police spend 13 years
looking for the killer of a Houston security guard who
was shot 11 times when he tried to stop a car theft.
Then, a police officer goes undercover on a riverboat
to gain a murder confession from one of the ship's
maintenance workers, and a man, suspected of
committing murder using a nunchukus goes on trial
nearly 10 years after the victim's body was found on
Christmas Eve. (2-hour version)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Murder on the
Interstate/House of Santeria.
In Miami, homicide Sgt. Joe Schillaci and his squad
must solve a murder of an innocent college student
during a hectic Memorial Day weekend; and Sgt. Carlos
De Los Santos and his team tackle the murder of a
doctor found hogtied in his house and learn that the
key to the case may lie with the voodoo-like Santeria
shrines found at the crime scene.

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Friday, April 8, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Night Stalker.
A look back at the yearlong killing spree of Richard
Ramirez in Los Angeles, his capture, and trial.
Ramirez was dubbed the "Night Stalker" because he
surprised victims in their homes in the dead of night.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Jane Fonda.
Portrait of the Oscar winner, anti-Vietnam War
activist, ex-Hollywood sex kitten, ex-wife of
billionaire Ted Turner, daughter of screen legend
Henry Fonda, and head of a multi-million-dollar
exercise empire. Interviews with Robert Redford, Jon
Voight, Lily Tomlin, and brother Peter Fonda, plus
rare home movies and clips from such films as 9 to 5,
On Golden Pond, and Klute illuminate this look at one
of the 20th century's most captivating, controversial,
and chameleonic figures.
Barbarella

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Traci Lords.
At 34, Traci Lords has live more lives than most women
twice her age. A small-town girl from Ohio who became
an underage porn star, she was arrested by the FBI at
age 18 and has tried to work her way out of porn fame
ever since. This profile looks at Traci Lords the
fashion model, rock star, and legitimate actress who's
hoping for the big screen role that will finally make
the public forget her porn past.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Lisa Marie Presley.
Profile of Elvis Presley's only child who's emerged as
an important voice in the pop music world despite a
rollercoaster ride through life. Lisa's marriage to
Michael Jackson lasted 18 months, and her marriage to
Nicolas Cage lasted three months. But despite the
challenges of growing up in the shadow of the King and
attracting lurid tabloid headlines with her
questionable romantic choices, Lisa Marie surprised
many people by scoring with her first album, To Whom
It May Concern, and is now releasing her second album,
Now What?

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Saturday, April 9, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Beverly Hills: Brothers
in Arms.
The story of brothers Erik and Lyle Menendez,
convicted of the brutal murders of their wealthy
parents. In their two highly publicized trials, the
brothers admitted to the killings, but claimed they
acted in self-defense after their parents physically
and mentally abused them for years. Narrated by Paul
Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Brownsville: Black
Magic.
Perched between the U.S. and Mexico, Brownsville's a
town where the border is well marked, but the
boundaries are as murky as the muddy Rio Grande. Like
on the morning of March 3, 1993, when a woman set out
to punish the young man who broke her daughter's
heart, leaving the Texan town mired in Mexican black
magic and murder. Paul Winfield narrates.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Cuff Link/Graveyard
Shift & The Good Samaritan/Gun Shy.
Police solve an old murder case with a painstaking
examination of the tool mark on the plastic flex cuff
that bound the victim's hands, and a 15-year-old
murder case is finally cracked open when a disgruntled
wife tells police that her husband committed the
crime. Then, new DNA technology and the national DNA
databank help police hunt down a rapist-killer 11
years after he committed his crimes, and a detective's
painstaking recreation of a woman's shooting death
proves it wasn't an accident. (2-hour verision.)

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Sunday, April 10, 2005
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7-8pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - The Jersey Curse.
[see previous showing above]

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Blood in the Snow/Swope Park
Killing.
In Kansas City, two veteran detectives tackle a
mysterious case of a young woman brutally murdered in
a snowy cul-de-sac; and a female homicide sergeant and
her all-male team investigate the murder of a man shot
and dumped in a bucolic park. As these detectives race
against time during the critical first hours of their
investigations, they must enter a dark subculture of
drugs, guns, and buried safes.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Cleaning House.
Recently separated from his wife and living on his
own, funeral director John Greeney has a lot on his
mind. Now he must handle the arrangements for a
family's much beloved father on the anniversary of his
own father's early demise. The love shown by the
deceased's family makes him reflect on his dad and his
new solo life away from his children. Meanwhile,
Shonna and Emily have their own plans to help him get
back on track. They think adding a woman's touch will
spruce up his new bachelor pad.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - New Blood.
A kinder, gentler Rick hires Matt, a funeral arranger
who doubles as an assistant pastor. But for a man of
God, Matt has a style very different from his new
co-workers - especially when it comes to swearing
under pressure and taking the Lord's name in vain.
Matt starts training and soon faces the challenge of
his first funeral arrangement, the patriarch of a
family who has also been in the funeral biz - added
pressure for Shonna to make him look perfect for his
final viewing. Meanwhile under stress the gang tries
to check their profanity...but it isn't easy.

10-11pm -- Intervention - #3.
The family calls in interventionist Jeff VanVonderen
to help Jerrie, 29, who is addicted to the painkiller
Vicodin. She has been forging physician signatures on
prescriptions and scouring the waterfront for drug
dealers. Friends try to help Tamela, 24, a bright
artist who was molested as a child and now cuts
herself with razorblades. They call in interventionist
Candy Finnigan in hopes that Tamela will recognize her
great potential and go to treatment.

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Monday, April 11, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Hunter Homicides/The
Skulls of Stanley Park.
In Vancouver, DNA tests identify a skull of a
14-year-old boy who went missing 6 years earlier. When
a second skull is found, investigators fear they have
a sexual stalker and killer in the area. In Florida,
detectives trace a gun used in a 4-year-old murder to
the killer, who confesses after interrogation and then
kills himself.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Baby's Back in
Town.
Dog tries to nab a fugitive named Wayne by tricking
him. Dog calls Wayne to tell him that he's won a new
vacuum cleaner and he should stick around to get it.
Dog then sends his daughter, Lyssa, to "deliver" the
vacuum cleaner and lure Wayne out of his house. But
when Lyssa arrives, Wayne is gone, and with the sun
setting, the chances of nabbing the fugitive suddenly
don't look very good.

8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Surprise!
Surprise!
Dog and his team are out to revoke bail on Eugene, a
chronic heroin addict. They find him in a squalid
apartment with a huge stockpile of syringes, and they
can see that his physical condition is deteriorating.
Beth tells Eugene about her first husband, whose life
was ruined by heroin, and pleads with Eugene to go to
rehab.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - The Godmother.
Following in her father's footsteps, Victoria takes it
upon herself to aid an elderly woman who is being
troubled by burglars in her Great Neck, Long Island
residence. Meanwhile, the boys' poor manners prompt
Victoria to enlist the help of an etiquette coach
named Hilke.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Paul in the Family.
After eating a box of cupcakes, Victoria is stunned to
learn that she's gained seven pounds. Meanwhile, she
is set up on another blind date by the celebrity
matchmaker. To get ready for the big date, she sees a
nutritionist, works out with a personal trainer, and
gets botox and collagen injections. Meanwhile, the
boys cut loose at a nearby water park under the inept
supervision of their chaperone, Quack-Quack.

10-10:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Grad to Meet You. 
As her oldest son's graduation and after-party loom in
the near future, Victoria's schedule spins out of
control, prompting her to look for a new personal
assistant. On the day of the soiree, tensions rise,
pitting brother against brother, especially when John
discovers that someone has "borrowed" his prized hair
gel.

10:30-11pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Dinner Party Animals.
In the hands of Victoria Gotti, a dinner party is no
small affair. As the event grows nearer, her
frustration reaches a fever pitch, sending two of her
helpers into a hilarious frenzy of preparation.
Meanwhile, the caretaker, Luigi, attempts to help
Frankie set up his new basketball hoop, but only
succeeds in destroying his bedroom door.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Love Triangle.
The story of Michigan lawyer Michael Fletcher, who was
charged with murdering his pregnant wife, Leann, so he
could carry on an affair with a high-ranking judge.
The highly publicized trial, with its tales of sex,
guns, and politics involving the very people who
uphold American Justice, shocked the public right down
to the verdict. Includes interviews with Fletcher,
Leann Fletcher's father, defense attorney Brian
Legghio, and chief prosecutor Gregory Townsend.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Blood Money/Precious Doe.
Testimony about the growth of larvae in dead bodies
helps convict the man who stabbed a couple to death
and strangled their 4-year-old daughter in 1993. And
the 2001 murder of a young girl, whose head was cut
off and stuffed in a trash bag, remains unsolved.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - No Ice in
Paradise.
Dog and his team fight the war on ice - crystal
methamphetamine - on many fronts. They appear on a
special anti-drug float in a parade. Then they go
after bail-jumping Pana, a convicted drug dealer with
a reputation for being a member of the deadly
California gang, the Bloods. They get help from a
woman who has a score to settle with the fugitive, and
she offers to help Dog lay a trap for Pana and spring
it at midnight in Chinatown.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Second Chances.
Upset because one his puppies may die and wanting to
give the little guy a second chance in life, Dog
decides to offer one of the fugitives a second chance,
too. He captures Paul, an "Ice Head" methamphetamine
addict, then steers him to a rehab program instead of
jail. The next day, Dog, Bonnie, and Cicely head for
the vet's office, where they discover the puppy is OK.
They name him Lucky, because like Paul, he's lucky to
be alive.

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - Over the Edge.
Robbie prepares for one of the biggest jumps of his
life - leaping over seven airplanes on the flight deck
of the USS Intrepid. But Robbie's stuck with rookie
crewmembers who spend their nights going out on the
town in New York and show up for work hung over. While
they foul up, Robbie worries about slamming into a
wing or careening off the edge of the ship and
plummeting 80 feet into New York Harbor.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Rape in Connecticut: The
Alex Kelly Story.
Story of the former high-school wrestling star who
spent eight years as a fugitive in Europe before
surrendering in Switzerland in 1995. A standout at
Darien High School, 18-year-old Alex Kelly was charged
with raping two teenaged girls, four days apart in
1986. Kelly is currently serving a 16-year sentence.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Accused in Appalachia.
Examines a case that has been traveling through the
Virginia criminal justice system for 10 years. In
1993, Merry Pease claimed that her husband shot her,
but authorities charged that she killed her husband
and then shot herself to make it appear as if her
husband had shot her. Pease was indicted three times,
convicted twice and was in and out of jail throughout
this long ordeal. She maintains her innocence to this
day.

9-10pm -- Death Detectives: The LA County Coroner - 
A week in the life of the Los Angeles County Coroner's
office--where a Latin inscription on the wall
proclaims: "Let conversation cease. Let laughter flee.
This is the place where death delights to help the
living." Our hand-held, tight-focus camera peers over
the medical examiner's shoulder as he works on the
victims of drug overdoses, gang violence, and suicide.
As we literally live with death, viewers learn that
dead bodies have much to teach.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Don't Take No for an Answer.
In Chicago, Sandy comes to the rescue of the Park
Forest soccer team after their reservation falls
through on a rival airline. Val helps a passenger
track down his army buddy, last seen somewhere between
the ticket counter and the gates. They've survived
months together on active duty in Iraq, but will they
be able to reunite for their journey home? Meanwhile
at LAX, temperatures rise when an airline mix-up
separates parents from their children. 

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - It Ain't Over til it's Over.
A blizzard in Chicago causes massive cancellations and
delays at Southwest Airlines. Two honeymooners rush to
make it to Los Angeles in time to catch a flight to
Tahiti, but with most flights grounded, they may not
make their connection. A group of teenage Eminem fans,
who flew all the way from Idaho to LA to see their
idol, discover it may be a long time before they set
eyes on him.

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Thursday, April 14, 2005
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Dave Thomas.
Story of the lovable guy behind the Wendy's fast-food
empire. He began with Kentucky Fried Chicken and
invented the famous bucket of chicken with Colonel
Sander's face on it. After leaving KFC, he started
doing Wendy's commercials in 1989--the first of 500.
Repeated 2pm

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ray Kroc.
Profile of the entrepreneur who founded McDonald's.
Traces his rise from days distributing the
"Multimixer", which could mix five milkshakes at a
time, to his meeting with restaurant owners Dick and
Mac McDonald, which led to the first McDonald's
restaurant.
Repeated 3pm

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Colonel Sanders.
Here's your chance to know the real Colonel Harlan
Sanders. He spent most of his life bouncing from job
to job and collected his first Social Security check
before becoming a success. He also never made it past
private in the Army. But his chicken recipe hit it big
after he was 65.
Repeated 4pm

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Sister against Sister:
The Twin Murder Plot 
Although Sunny and Gina Han were twins, they were not
destined to co-star in chewing gum commercials.
Estranged since childhood, they were hardly on
speaking terms. But when a masked gunman broke into
Sunny’s house in 1998, tied her up and threatened to
kill her, she never suspected that Gina was involved.
A discrete 911 call led police to discover Gina’s car
in the parking lot, leading investigators to conclude
that Gina was responsible for sending a hitman to
Sunny's home. In this strange case of sisterly love
gone awry, Sunny and attorneys from both sides discuss
the terrible event that led Gina to serve a 20-year
sentence for attempted murder.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Cold Case Files. Mark of
a Killer & Dead Ends/The South Side Rapist.
A killer's bite marks and a jailhouse snitch lead to a
murder conviction in a case gone cold for eight years,
and Bill Kurtis joins a group of super sleuths trying
to solve the slaying of 18-year-old Jamie Weiss, found
dead in her bathtub in 1996. Then, a series of brutal
rapes in St. Louis goes unsolved for many years until
a fluke audit of a license plate number leads police
to the culprit. (2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - #21.
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the
moment they are called. Their chance of solving a case
is cut in half if they don't get a lead in "The First
48". Each passing hour gives suspects more time to
flee, witnesses more time to forget what they saw, and
crucial evidence more time to be lost forever. Follow
detectives from around the country during these
critical hours as they race against time to find the
suspect. Gritty and fast-paced, viewers join real-life
investigations.

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Friday, April 15, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Son's Confession.
A look at the controversial case of a man charged with
brutally killing his mother in 1973 when he was a
teenager. Peter Reilly was convicted of the crime, but
claimed Connecticut police forced him to confess.
Helped by friends and even celebrities like playwright
Arthur Miller who believed in his innocence, Reilly
was subsequently granted a new trial and the state
dropped its prosecution. But controversy still
surrounds the case as Reilly calls for DNA testing of
old evidence to clear his name.

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Charles Whitman.
At 12, he was the youngest Eagle Scout in America. He
was an altar boy and the pitcher on his Catholic
school's baseball team. To everyone, Charles Joseph
Whitman seemed like the quintessential "All American
Boy". But on August 1, 1966, at the age of 25, one
day after he'd brutally murdered his mother and wife,
Whitman carried a small arsenal of high-powered
weapons and 700 rounds of ammunition to the top of the
University of Texas clock tower. For 97 minutes, he
shot at the students, teachers and bystanders below,
wounding 31 and killing 14. At that time, it was the
worst mass murder in U.S. history.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Jeffrey Dahmer.
Profile of the serial killer who cannibalized his
victims and was later murdered in prison. Interviews
include Jeffrey Dahmer's stepmother, high-school
friends, prosecutor E. Michael McCann, and defense
attorney Gerald Boyle.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ted Bundy.
He was the dapper, charming monster who confessed to
killing 28 women during a 4-year reign of terror and
may have killed as many as 100 before he was jailed
and executed. Who was Ted Bundy? How was his serial
killer personality formed? And how did he keep his
violent nature hidden? We interview prosecutors,
detectives, psychiatrists, forensic scientists, and
Bundy's neighbors and classmates to seek answers.
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Saturday, April 16, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Spokane: Predator in the
Parks.
They were one of the most respected families in
Spokane--the father, a decorated WWII veteran who
became managing editor of the oldest newspaper in
Washington State; the mother, a former model and
charm-school matron widely regarded as the social
matriarch of the town. Then, in 1978, a serial rapist
began terrorizing the quiet, family-friendly city.
When police arrested the couple's only son for the
crimes, the Coe family's whole world crumbled.
Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Gatlinburg: Smoky
Mountain Nightmare.
Tattoo Eddie, nicknamed for his 134 tattoos, Kimberly
Kay Pelley, a homeless country girl, and two friends
murder two innocent people in a robbery at the Rocky
Top Village Inn in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, in 1986.
Tattoo Eddie winds up with two death sentences as the
case shocks the tacky tourist town of Gatlinburg,
gateway to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
Narrated by Paul Winfield.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Map to Murder/Life on
the Run.
After a long manhunt, cops finally close in on a
serial killer with the help of the Internet and
information supplied by a subsidiary of Microsoft. And
a drug trafficker jumps bail, goes into the bike shop
business, and helps pioneer the sport of mountain
biking while he's on the lam.

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Sunday, April 17, 2005
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10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Debbie Harry.
Punk rocker, pop star, actress, fashion icon - the
free spirit of Deborah Harry has carried with her
through the changes of taste and style with great
success during the previous four decades and on into
the 21st Century. This Biography will take a focus
into Ms. Harry's newest projects, while exploring the
history of her remarkable life.

7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Devil May Care.
Macy (Miguel Ferrer) tries to lure a high-school
student into revealing his involvement in a satanic
murder. And Jordan (Jill Hennessy) overhears a murder
through the ventilation system in her office. Guest
stars include Brian Kimmet and Holly Gagnier-Guillod.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Deadly Betrayal.
With Hurricane Jeanne threatening Miami, Sgt. Joe
Schillaci and Det. Olga Rome must solve the murder of
the owner of a popular strip club. The club's
surveillance video reveals three men ambushing the
victim. Schillaci and Rome soon realize this was an
inside job--the victim was betrayed by one of his
workers. They must race against time to catch the
killers before their investigation is halted by the
approaching hurricane.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - In Memoriam.
When A young couple loses their 3 month old son, it's
new arranger Matt's job to help them and his first
time handling a baby case. Though John, who lost his
own baby boy, lends a hand, he must do so while trying
not to relive his own tragedy. Everyone at the
mortuary is touched by the family's loss as Shonna
works to prepare the child for the viewing where his
parents will see him for the last time.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Back in the Saddle.
It's the big Western weekend in Poway, and it looks
like Rick may be finally moving on after Melissa. He
goes on a horse riding and roping trip and lines up a
date for the local rodeo. With Rick out of the way,
the mortuary staff finally gets to have some fun, and
Chuck and John even head out to see if they can rustle
up some women of their own.

10-11pm -- Intervention - #6.
An addiction to crystal meth threatens the life of
Travis Meeks, a former rock 'n' roll star. Can his
girlfriend and family get him into treatment before
it's too late? And Matt, who comes from an
upper-middle class home, is addicted to crack-cocaine
and has stolen from his family and friends to support
his habit. Desperate, his parents turn to an
interventionist to save Matt from himself.

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Monday, April 18, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Through Eyes of a
Child/The Killer Next Door.
Cold Case Units use psychological profiling, forensic
anthropology, and a convicted felon's rekindled memory
to heat up old cases. In Missouri, a part-time
missionary is convicted, 38 years later, of killing
her 5-year-old stepdaughter, and the skeleton of a
Michigan boy, dead for 10 years, leads police to a
serial killer.

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - Fun and Games.
Flight Attendant Bruce Campbell is famous for his
in-flight announcements that impersonate stars like
Arnold Schwarzenegger, but Bruce may meet his match
when stand-up comedian Ron Pearson joins him on a
flight. Meanwhile, a strange smell is coming from one
of the passengers, and Yolanda and Shadia must sniff
out the culprit. And passenger Philip Reid is on his
way to Vegas for a surprise proposal to his
girlfriend, Eileen. But he's on stand-by, and if he
misses the flight, he'll be on the same plane as
Eileen, and the surprise will be ruined.

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - Live and Let Fly.
All good things come to an end--even at Southwest.
It's a special day for a long-serving member of the
airline. Captain "Bubba" Edens is on his last flight
ever as a Southwest pilot, and friends and family are
going along for the ride. At LAX, Susie deals with a
passenger who's got cockroaches in his bag. And at
Midway, passenger Suzanne has flown to the Windy City
for a romantic weekend, but her date is nowhere to be
seen.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Professional Help. 
Victoria is going crazy from Robert and Luigi's
bickering, so she sends them to couples therapy to
work out their problems. Frankie has problems showing
up on time for big events, and he meets with a time
management expert before a very important photo shoot.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Battle of the Sexes.
John and Carmine take part in a radio contest whose
female winners get to spend a day at the house with
the boys. Victoria and her sister Angel take up
karate.

10-10:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - The Godmother: #7.
Following in her father's footsteps, Victoria takes it
upon herself to aid an elderly woman who is being
troubled by burglars in her Great Neck, Long Island
residence. Meanwhile, the boys' poor manners prompt
Victoria to enlist the help of an etiquette coach
named Hilke.

10:30-11pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Paul in the Family:
#8.
After eating a box of cupcakes, Victoria is stunned to
learn that she's gained seven pounds. Meanwhile, she
is set up on another blind date by the celebrity
matchmaker. To get ready for the big date, she sees a
nutritionist, works out with a personal trainer, and
gets botox and collagen injections. Meanwhile, the
boys cut loose at a nearby water park under the inept
supervision of their chaperone, Quack-Quack.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Susan Smith Story: A
Mother's Confession
At 9pm on October 19th, 1994, a frantic woman turned
up on the doorstep of a home in Unicon County, South
Carolina claiming that a black man had stolen her car
at gunpoint with her two young sons still asleep in
the back seat. For the next nine days, the nation
shared Susan Smith's anguish and prayed that her boys
would be returned to her unharmed. In the months that
followed, the world discovered the true story of a
mother driven to murder her own children. The citizens
whose hearts went out to the woman turned from
compassionate to hateful, and the black community was
outraged first, that she had feigned a black
perpetrator and, second, that the police continued
searching for a black man even after her confession.
While the prosecution sought the death penalty, the
defense claimed the tragedy resulted from a botched
suicide attempt. Get first-hand accounts from defense
and prosecution, the trial judge, several members of
the jury, the grandfather of the boys and South
Carolina law enforcement.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Monster/A Cousin's
Promise.
After an Arkansas man confesses to the brutal murders
of two women, police are shocked when the DNA evidence
shows that he isn't the killer. And a DNA profile on a
scarf helps solve the 21-year-old cold case of an Ohio
woman who was raped, bound, and strangled.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Fathers in Law.
Hunting down a fugitive known as "Bozo," Dog gets help
from an unexpected source - Bozo's father-in-law. When
they find Bozo, he protests his wife-beating charge,
saying he never hit her with his fist, only his open
hand. That's not good enough for Dog, who hauls him
away to the police station with little sympathy.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Where There's
Smoke....
Dog juggles his job and family responsibilities at the
same time. He leads the search for Robert, a low-level
drug dealer who makes money by selling hedge clippings
as marijuana and broken Macadamia nuts as crack. As he
hunts down Robert, Dog gets on the phone to tell Beth
not to spend too much money to furnish Leland's
Honolulu apartment.

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - Kaptain Undependable.
It's the last jump of the season and things are
boiling over. Robbie's jumping in Tucson over a bunch
of RV's, but the town is home to a known Knievel
saboteur and Master Gates has to beef up security.
Meanwhile, Robbie skips out on a radio show and the
radio guys bad-mouth him. And when Robbie is late for
a big promotional Harley ride, hundreds of Harley
riders leave without him seeing him. The event
coordinator dubs Robbie "Kaptain Undependable."

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Wednesday, April 20, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Teenage Murder Mystery.
On the night of December 20, 1991, 16-year-old Laurie
Show's mother found her lying in a pool of blood with
a rope around her neck. Under the rope, a gaping wound
spanned ear to ear. Laurie's last words, "Michelle did
it," led to the arrest of Lisa Michelle Lambert. But
what seemed to be an open and shut case would go on
until 1998!

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Eliminating the
Competition
Elections for state office don't usually get much
coverage in the national press, but the 1998 Tennessee
State Senate contest between Tommy Burks and Byron
"Low Tax" Looper is a notable exception. Learn how
Burks, the heavily-favored incumbent, was murdered at
his farm with a single bullet to the head.
Investigators reveal what they found at the scene and
how they pieced together the case against Looper.
Disappearing days after the murder was committed,
detectives delved into his past to find a man obsessed
with power and seemingly willing to do anything to
win. Maintaining his innocence, hear Looper’s own
version of the story in a riveting jailhouse
interview.

9-10pm -- In the Line of Fire: The Protectors - 
Around the world, we see them in action every
day--anonymous men and women who wake up in fear of
the coming day, and go to bed at night relieved when
their most deadly talents have not been called upon.
It's a job that demands constant training in
marksmanship and hand-to-hand combat and forgives no
failure. Join us for a look at "Close Protection
Experts", including agents from the U.S. Diplomatic
Security Service, who protect the world's most
powerful diplomats with their lives.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - There's Real Time...Then
There's Airline Time.
In this high-flying new series, we provide viewers
with complete access to the inner workings and
emotional stories behind Southwest Airlines -- from
individual passenger's tales and dramatic reunions to
action at the counter between passengers and
employees. Our "cast" of characters includes the
personnel who create a minor miracle every day by
getting the airline airborne in this series that
reflects our love-hate relationship with flying. 

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - All Creatures Great & Small.
From penguins to party animals, the airport looks like
a zoo to Southwest Airlines staffers. A nervous
Colleen may have to deny boarding to rowdy football
fans. At 30,000 feet, penguin passengers Pete and
Penny get the star treatment from flight attendants
Sam Anderson and Janie King. A man dressed as a tiger
ignites intrigue in Chicago. And when passengers
complain about a man in a short black miniskirt who's
exposing himself, Yolanda must tell the gentleman to
cover up if he wants to fly. 

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Thursday, April 21, 2005
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Fred Gwynne.
Profile of the multi-talented stage and screen star,
radio performer, musician, singer, painter, and writer
and illustrator of children's books. Features clips
from Fred's most beloved TV series and movies,
including Car 54, Where Are You?, The Munsters, and My
Cousin Vinny, and talks with Al "Grandpa Munster"
Lewis.
Repeated in 6 hours

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Rob Reiner.
Meathead? Not by a long shot. This profile follows Rob
Reiner's career from his days as "Meathead" Michael
Stivic on All in the Family to his emergence as a top
Hollywood director. Viewers learn how Reiner struggled
to emerge from the shadow cast by his famous father
Carl, and how his "second father" Norman Lear helped
him find his own show business identity. We look at
Rob's most celebrated films, including This Is Spinal
Tap, Stand by Me, When Harry Met Sally..., and A Few
Good Men, and Tom Cruise, Billy Crystal, Michael
Douglas, Penny Marshall, and Al Gore talk about Rob's
passion for filmmaking and social change.
Repeated in 6 hours

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Carroll O'Connor.
After 26 movies and 100 TV appearances, the role of
Archie Bunker looked just like another part. But
within the first broadcast year, Carroll O'Connor's
portrayal skyrocketed him to fame. Our profile spans
his life from Merchant Marine to school teacher to
stage, film, and TV career and includes the tragedy of
son Hugh's suicide.
Repeated in 6 hours

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Larry Flynt Story.
Amendment. Bill Kurtis looks at the notorious
pornographer who became a protector of first amendment
rights when the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in his
favor in a case involving Reverend Jerry Falwell's
"emotional distress" over a parody in Flynt's
"Hustler" magazine. Also examined, his Ohio obscenity
trial set for January 1999.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Ticket to Nowhere/The
Paper Route & The Baiting Game.
A 13-year-old girl's mother is murdered and 20 years
later she helps bring the killer to justice; and a
dogged policeman gets to the bottom of the brutal
murder of a 63-year-old newspaper delivery woman.
Then, investigators in Virginia, probing the murder
case of a sailor, seek the help of a forensic
anthropologist from the "body farm" in the Great Smoky
Mountains. Dr. William Bass became an expert on the
human body's rate of decay by watching bodies rot at
his plot at the University of Tennessee and keeping
tables of weather data. (2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Silence in the Grove/Show
Stopper.
In Miami's Coconut Grove, Sgt. Joe Schillaci and his
team try to solve a near-impossible case of four men
shot while sitting in their car. The shooting left an
innocent passenger dead...but the three survivors
refuse to name names. And when Det. Emiliano Tamayo
and his rookie partner Det. Kevin Ruggerio find a
local celebrity murdered in his apartment, they
realize the key to the case is the victim's cellphone
missing from the scene. As they work the murder around
the clock, Ruggerio learns he must make a personal
sacrifice to solve the case.

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Friday, April 22, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Vigilante Justice.
Should a person ever take the law into his own hands?
Bill Kurtis hosts a look at people who stepped over
the line and became vigilantes, focusing on the
Bernard Goetz New York City subway shootings, and a
case of a man who killed his son's alleged molester. 

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Phil Hartman.
The life of the brilliant comedian who was at the top
of his career when his wife shot him, then turned the
gun on herself in an apparent murder-suicide. Phil
Hartman, who first burst into fame on Saturday Night
Live, was then working on the hit show NewsRadio. He
lived in a million-dollar mansion with his wife and
two young children, and to the outside world,
everything seemed perfect. But others, who knew the
couple, paint a far different and darker picture.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - John Belushi.
Story of the rapid rise and tragic death of the comic
genius who captured the nation's attention on Saturday
Night Live. Includes clips from Belushi's hit movies
and some of his funniest moments on TV, plus an
examination of the drugged-out lifestyle that led to
his death, and interviews with many of those who knew
him best.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Chris Farley.
Profile of the Saturday Night Live star whose death
from a drug overdose stunned his legions of fans.
Farley battled alcohol and drug addiction while
struggling to defeat his demons by attending church
regularly. Includes interviews with friend Tom Arnold
and fellow SNL cast members Rob Schneider and Al
Franken, and Father Thomas Gannon, Farley's spiritual
advisor.

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Saturday, April 23, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Carlsbad: Danger in the
Desert.
The saga of popular politician and pharmacist Johnny
Volpato, who was accused of shooting his wife to
death, then wounding himself to make it appear that
someone else had killed her. Volpato was eventually
acquitted, but opinions on the case's outcome still
divide the city. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Rochester, NY: The Big
Heist.
The high-tech town of Rochester is stunned when a
priest, an ex-cop, and a former Irish Republican Army
terrorist are implicated in a $7.4-million Brink's
heist, the fifth largest armored car robbery in U.S.
history.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Green River Killer.
The story of the nearly 20-year hunt for the man
responsible for the murders of 49 prostitutes and
other women in the Seattle, Washington area. With full
access to the detectives on the Green River Task
Force, family members of victims, and the forensic DNA
analysts who helped break the case, we reveal how the
murderer, who may be the deadliest serial killer in
American history, was finally collared.

10-12am -- The Riverman - 
Movie. Chilling story of how serial killer Ted Bundy
helped solve the gruesome Green River killings in
Seattle before his execution in 1989. This real-life
story (which inspired "Silence of the Lambs") involved
former homicide detective Robert Keppel (played by
Bruce Greenwood) and detective Dave Reichert (Sam
Jaeger), who needed Bundy's insights to nab the Green
River Killer. But is it worth the psychological toll
of reconnecting with Bundy's crimes? With Kathleen
Quinlan and Cary Elwes. (2002) 

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Sunday, April 24, 2005
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7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Slam Dunk.
While serving as a juror in the trial of an alleged
cop killer, Jordan (Jill Hennessy) discovers that the
medical evidence is questionable, thwarting D.A.
Walcott's attempt to get a conviction. Then Macy
(Miguel Ferrer) is caught between the two women in his
life--Jordan and the D.A.--when both need his help in
proving which one of them is right. Guest star: Susan
Gibney.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Twisted Honor/Vultures.
In Phoenix, Det. Dave Barnes must track down desperate
lovers on the lam to solve a savage shotgun murder.
And in San Antonio, Det. Tom Froelick and his team
find a body of a woman in a wooded area and learn that
she was last seen alive with a mysterious stranger.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Sink or Swim.
It's boss Rick's birthday - a time for him to ponder
love and life. To celebrate he's invited everyone
(except ex-fiancée Melissa) to a swim party, but only
Chuck wants to wear a bathing suit. While a big fight
between Chuck and Emily threatens to dominate the
party, Rick can't shake off the ghosts of his own
recent losses.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - The Un-anniversary. 
It's an unhappy time for Chuck. Ex-wife Sue has plans
an "un-anniversary" celebration on the night that
would have marked their 42nd anniversary, and a big
fight with John leaves Chuck on the outs with his
daughters. But the gang is reminded of the importance
of family when they arrange the funeral of man who was
a devoted husband and father. Will Shonna forgive
Chuck for everything past and present?

10-11pm -- Intervention - #7.
A new, unscripted TV series about families who plan
interventions to help relatives who are struggling
with addiction.

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Monday, April 25, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - One Night on the Bayou/The
Buckeye Misdemeanor.
Alligators feasting on a human corpse help police to
crack a murder investigation, and Phoenix police
discover that a preacher is the culprit in a
20-year-old murder.

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - So Near Yet So Far.
At LAX, a father anxiously searches for his 14
year-old daughter, who may have gotten off the plane
at the wrong airport. At Midway, Colleen comes to the
aid of a disabled passenger whose scooter isn't
working. She manages to find some engineers who can
repair Southwest's fleet of 737's, but will they be
able to repair the scooter?

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - Shaken & Stirred.
Tempers rise when a flight to Vegas is cancelled, and
there are too many passengers to accommodate on the
next flight. Over at BWI, Sue Lee has an odd
admirer--a 74-year-old man who can't stop laughing.
And at LAX, passenger Erin Dwyer is in tears because
her summer romance, Jared, boarded his plane without a
proper good-bye. She's hoping he'll be able to come
back for one last kiss. And it's bowling night for
Yolanda, as the LAX airport crew take on their
Southwest rivals in the hotly contested annual bowling
showdown.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Plenty of Fish in the
Sea.
Victoria plays matchmaker and tries to find a man for
her sister Angel. Frankie and Uncle Peter go deep-sea
fishing. 

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Professional Help. 
Victoria is going crazy from Robert and Luigi's
bickering, so she sends them to couples therapy to
work out their problems. Frankie has problems showing
up on time for big events, and he meets with a time
management expert before a very important photo shoot.

10-10:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Open House of Pain.
In a continued effort to get her estate ready for the
market, Victoria hires Luigi, her less-than-capable
handyman, to fix the pool. While he and his crew
fumble through the process, Victoria rants about the
boys' frat-house lifestyles, urging them to clean up
their act. Luigi returns, wearing nothing but a
revealing bathing suit, to inspect a leak in the pool.
The open house finally descends upon the estate, but
Victoria avoids the parade of gawkers, instead
focusing her attention on Luigi's exorbitant estimate
on the cost to repair her pool. When Mona returns to
show the property to another couple of prospective
buyers, Victoria reconsiders her decision to sell it
altogether.

10:30-11pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Dress to Kill: #10.
As Fashion Week hits New York City, Victoria's
publicist tries to convince the boys to get involved
in a runway show. Carmine ends up being the only one
to walk down the runway, but the results are
explosive: girls go crazy for the Gotti kids as they
attend a street fair in Brooklyn, and the mob scene
escalates to the point where they have to evacuate.
When Victoria wears a skimpy dress on the catwalk, the
boys let her know how they feel about it.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Atlanta Child
Murders.
Is Wayne Williams the monster responsible for killing
29 African Americans between 1979 and 1981? Or did the
prosecution in Williams' trial withhold evidence that
white supremacists were responsible? This in-depth
probe explores the continuing controversy over the
infamous Atlanta child murders that shocked the
nation. We'll hear from the prosecutors, the defense
attorney, a mother of one of the victims, and
Williams, who keeps fighting for a new trial after
nearly two decades in prison.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Unholy Bible/A Daughter's
Justice.
The cold case of a Texas woman's murder is solved when
the killer's plan to murder another woman and stuff
her into a duffel bag goes awry; and an intrepid
reporter doing a story on unsolved homicides helps
crack a case of murder that had been ruled an
accidental death.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Meet the Chapmans.
New series focusing on the tumultuous home and
professional life of bounty hunter Dwayne "Dog"
Chapman, and his partner and wife Beth. In the first
episode, Dog and team chase Floyd Chapman (no
relation), a heavily tattooed bail jumper. After the
arrest, Dog, who was once a criminal himself, shares
his own personal story with the captured Floyd to try
and get him back on the right side of the law.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Baby's Back in
Town.
Dog tries to nab a fugitive named Wayne by tricking
him. Dog calls Wayne to tell him that he's won a new
vacuum cleaner and he should stick around to get it.
Dog then sends his daughter, Lyssa, to "deliver" the
vacuum cleaner and lure Wayne out of his house. But
when Lyssa arrives, Wayne is gone, and with the sun
setting, the chances of nabbing the fugitive suddenly
don't look very good.

10-11pm -- Knievel's Wild Ride - The Kaptain Goes
Native.
The Knievel crew nearly wears out their welcome in New
Mexico by partying way too loud into the night. But
come jump day, the highway spills over with people and
drivers trying to make their way to the event.
Robbie's going to try to leap over 17 Kenworth trucks
at the Sky City truck stop casino, but it's going to
be a dangerous jump because Robbie's bike is banged
up.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Fall from Grace.
The stories of celebrities who were ruined by scandal.
Includes Marv Albert, the sportscaster caught in a sex
scandal; Mel Reynolds, a Congressman convicted of
child pornography; and former Miss America Bess
Meyerson, who was involved in a bribery case.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Murder in the Court.
A man on trial for a violent crime attacks a sheriff's
deputy and obtains a gun. He then stalks the
courthouse, guns down the judge at his trial, a court
reporter, and another sheriff's deputy, and make his
escape before a police dragnet can close around him.
Even as the news of Brian Nichols' attack at the
Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta recedes into
memory, the question of how and why he was able to do
it still reverberate. The questions are even more
acute in light of the attack just 11 days earlier at
the home of Federal Judge Susan Lefkow in Chicago that
left her husband and mother dead. Three appellate
judges in Texas who were ambushed by a gun-wielding
madman 13 years ago come together for the first time
in the courtroom where they were attacked to share
their memories, and what has happened since then. 

9-10pm -- The Secret Life of a Serial Killer - 
Story of Herb Baumeister, who committed at least seven
murders, buried the bodies 15 feet from his back door,
and kept his secret from wife and friends. Did he kill
the young men in games of sexual strangulation?

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Judgment Day.
A provisioning agent in Baltimore wants to propose to
a co-worker, but must wait until she deals with a
crisis at the gate. In Chicago, a passenger blows his
top and resorts to rough language when he learns he
can't get on a flight home. And in Los Angeles, two
sisters, on their way to see their father for the
first time in 35 years, begin celebrating a little
early, and may not be allowed to board their plane.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Oh, What a Performance!
There isn't much goodwill on earth for the Southwest
Airlines staff during the holiday season. Customer
service supervisor Mike Carr has to tell an inebriated
passenger that too much Christmas spirit can be a bad
thing. Supervisor Yolanda confronts an angry flyer
who's lost his paper ticket and refuses to buy
another. And assistant station manager Ginny Bona
nearly puts two unaccompanied minors on the wrong
plane.

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Thursday, April 28, 2005
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Tim McGraw.
A tuneful profile of the country music star with the
muscular tenor voice and well-toned physique. When Tim
was 11, he found his birth certificate and discovered
that his biological father was baseball star Tug
McGraw, who deserted Tim and his mother. Today, Tim
has more than equaled his father's success, winning
Album of the Year from the Academy of Country Music
and Country Music Association for two consecutive
years. His marriage to Faith Hill has led some to call
them "Mr. and Mrs. Country Music".
Repeated in 6 hours

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Willie Nelson.
Follows the life of the great country star from
childhood during the Depression to early honky-tonk
days and stardom through his stormy marriages and IRS
troubles.

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Loretta Lynn.
The rags-to-riches story of the singing star whose
life was the subject of the movie Coal Miner's
Daughter. After raising four children and teaching
herself the guitar, Loretta recorded such hits as You
Ain't Woman Enough, Don't Come Home A-Drinking, and A
Honky-Tonk Girl.
Repeated in 6 hours

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Murder in Paradise.
A look at one of the most shocking and controversial
cases in Hawaiian history--the 1991 rape and murder of
beautiful 23-year-old Dana Ireland. The trial of Frank
Pauline, one of the three men implicated in the
attack, was labeled "Hawaii's O.J.". Pauline and
another man, Ian Schweitzer, are serving time for the
crime, but both maintain their innocence.
Repeated in 6 hours

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Pride and the Fall/The
Nail File & Traces of Murder/The Bathtub Killer.
A woman's fall from a cliff in the Grand Canyon leads
police to uncover a series of grisly murders, and
investigators smoke out a killer when they find
crucial DNA evidence on his cigarette butts. Then, a
killer helps convict himself when he boasts about his
crime to prison cellmates; and New Hampshire
investigators probing the murder of a pregnant woman
found raped, strangled, and dumped into her bathtub,
get a new lead when they discover a similar case in
Florida. (2-hour version.)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Hostile Takeover/Shot in the
Back. 
In Miami, homicide Sgt. Altarr Williams goes on an
adrenaline-charged hunt for a mysterious van seen
leaving the scene of a brutal murder. Then, Det.
Emiliano Tamayo and his partners must ID a nameless
victim gunned down in Little Havana; the case takes a
shocking turn when they discover the victim's
background.

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Friday, April 29, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Dancing, Drugs and Murder

In 1984, 17-year-old Michael Alig arrived in New York
City from South Bend, Indiana and began a glamorous
career promoting the city's languishing club scene.
For nearly a decade, Alig was a party legend,
promoting wildly popular events and outrageous
behavior at the hottest clubs, until drug dependence
led to his shocking fall. In 1996, rumors began to
circulate that Alig had killed a low-level drug dealer
named Andre "Angel" Melendez. Most incredibly, Alig
seemed to revel in the suspicion. Watch the gripping
story that wound up with a legless torso washing
ashore on Staten Island and a mid-western entrepeneur
behind bars. 

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Donald Trump.
Profile of the flamboyant and controversial real
estate tycoon who symbolized the "Greed is Good"
decade of the 1980s. Follows the intricate wheeling
and dealing that made Trump a self-made billionaire by
the age of 40.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Simon Cowell.
Profile of the smarmy, abrasive, and popular British
judge from the hit TV series American Idol. Includes
some of the most outrageous putdowns of Idol
contestants by "Mr. Nasty", the story of how he became
a successful music promoter before making it big on
TV, and interviews with girlfriend Terri Seymour and
Idol costars Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, and Ryan
Seacrest.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Paula Abdul.
Profile of the "nice" judge who sits next to the
scowling Simon Cowell on American Idol. We look at
Paula's 15-year rollercoaster ride through the
spotlight. A Laker Girl, a choreographer for Michael
Jackson videos, and a pop star in her own right, she
however, battled a dangerous eating disorder and went
through two difficult marriages before hitting it big
again on "Idol."

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Saturday, April 30, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Sunny Days, Deadly
Nights on Mercer Island.
A woman's naked body is found outside a Seattle
nightclub, posed demurely with a pinecone in her hand.
Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Conway, SC: Fatal
Friendship.
A peaceful, friendly Southern town is shocked when a
former high-school football star is charged with the
rape, murder, and mutilation of a popular teenage girl
who was one of his best friends.

9-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Soft Kill/Unsolved &
License to Kill/The Tell-Tale Mark/The Supermarket
Murder.
Police run down more than 11,000 leads before coming
up with a suspect in the murders of three Virginia
girls; and the abduction and strangulation of a
California woman continues to baffle investigators
more than 11 years after the crime. Then, a hunch
reopens two murder cases decades old; a vintage bar
sign helps solve a 27-year-old killing; and a woman is
killed after being carjacked from a supermarket
parking lot. (2-hour version)

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