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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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Tuesday, February 15, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Rise and Fall of the
Jewish Mobster.
The stories of the most notorious Jewish gangsters in
America, including "Dopey Benny" Fein, Abe "Kid Twist"
Reles, Dutch Schultz, Meyer Lansky, and Bugsy Siegel. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Flaming Gorge
Falls/Caught in the Mail.
A man suspected of the cold case murder of his wife
and son hatches a new plot to kill his mother and
father; and detectives solve the 20-year-old murder of
a teenager by tricking her killer into licking an
envelope, then extracting DNA from the saliva.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Killer Named Korn/The
Night Watchman.
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.

10-10:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - You Can't Go
Home Again.
Back in Denver Dog discovers that recapturing the past
can be more difficult then tracking down felons. On a
day of more misses then hits in their fugitive
hunting, Dog and Beth repeatedly collide with
reminders of their early days. A trip to a house built
by his grandfather, and where Dog raised Leland, moves
Dog to tears. Wandering through the abandoned and
rundown homestead that once boasted "the greenest
grass in town," the skies blacken, a tornado alarm
sounds, and Dog touched by the sublime tearfully
recalls the words his father said to him as he lay
dying. 

10:30-11pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - The Competition.
Dog decides to liven things up with a competition. He
and Beth will hunt for one fugitive, while Leland and
Justin chase another. The winner will be the duo that
captures its fugitive first. Will Dog keep bragging
rights as the Best Bounty Hunter in the world, or will
his young apprentices steal the mantle from him? 

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Wednesday, February 16, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Amy Fisher Story.
Reviews the case of Amy Fisher, the 17-year-old who
was willing to kill to get the man she wanted. Her
intended victim, Mary Jo Buttafuco, who survived a
near-fatal gunshot wound, talks about the day Amy rang
her doorbell--and nearly took her life!

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Warrant to Kill.
A look at the controversial case of Deputy Sheriff 
Joseph Kent McGowan, whose dispute with a Texas woman,
Susan White, ended up with McGowan shooting White in
her bedroom. Two juries found McGowan guilty of
murder, but McGowan insists that he acted in
self-defense.

9-10pm -- Teen Thrill Killers - 
A look at some of the most frightening murderers of
all--teenagers who kill for the thrill of it. Thomas
Koskovich murdered a pizza deliveryman just "to see
what it felt like to kill." Kevin Foster and a group
of high school students with otherwise excellent
records killed a music teacher, and Foster bragged
about how cool it was to see the teacher's face blown
off with a shotgun. And in Tacoma, Washington, eight
boys aged 11-19 beat a young boy to death as if they
were simply playing a game.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Relative Values.
Family relationships are pushed to the limit during
another hectic day at Southwest Airlines. A
grandmother isn't allowed to travel with her
pressurized oxygen canisters, an elderly woman's
relatives are distressed because she's separated from
her life-saving medicine, and a couple who have been
waiting 10 years to adopt a child are flying home with
their new baby daughter as an emotional meeting with
the rest of the family awaits. 

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Team Effort.
It's a day of tension at Southwest Airlines. Erik
faces the worst nightmare of all ramp workers. For the
first time, he must push a $40 million plane out of a
tiny gate, knowing that a mistake can cost the company
millions and Erik his job. In baggage claims, David
has to control his own nerves when a customer claims
the airline lost her luggage. And supervisors at LAX
must confront a swarm of dangerous bees who have set
up hive at Gate 13.

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Thursday, February 17, 2005
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7-8pm -- 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.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Reconstructing
Murder/Fire Flicks & The Burning Secret/Justice
Delayed.
In Wisconsin, advances in forensic clay modeling help
investigators identify a murder victim whose skin was
stripped from her head, neck, and legs; and in
California, police track down two boys who enjoy
satanic rituals and setting fires. Then, a detective
keeps a murder investigation going for 16 years and
finally proves a woman killed her husband in a satanic
rite; and a California woman tracks down the man who
raped her seven years earlier, only to find out that
the statute of limitations for rape is six years.
(2-hour version)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Double Murder on
Haskell/Back Alley Revenge.
When a couple is found shot to death, Kansas City
investigators track down two suspects and must
convince one of them to give up the other--his own
father; and detectives must rely on inhabitants of a
drug-ridden area to help solve a murder, hoping that
the word on the street will crack the case. Join our
detective teams as they race the clock in The First
48.

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Friday, February 18, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Lethal Injection: The
Hospital Murders.
The case of Robert Diaz, a hospital worker accused of
killing 12 patients by giving them an overdose of the
common heart-regulating drug lidocaine. Diaz is on San
Quentin's death row for his crimes, but maintains his
innocence. New evidence may yet lead to a new trial
and his vindication.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - The Godfather of
Waikiki.
Dog is hunting a man known as "The Godfather of
Waikiki". The bond is small, Dog and Beth bailed him
out as a courtesy, but now he is refusing to go to
court. If Dog doesn't bring him in, it could cost him
more than money--he may lose his respect on the
street.

8:30-11pm -- Good Will Hunting - 
Movie. The movie that made Matt Damon and Ben Affleck
stars. Damon plays a young man who's a math genius,
but who would rather spend his life as a nobody
blue-collar worker than a celebrated intellect. Robin
Williams plays the counselor, Minnie Driver is the
girlfriend, and Affleck portrays the childhood friend
who tries to help Matt understand why he's fearful of
leaving his lower-class roots behind. (1997) 

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Saturday, February 19, 2005
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7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Greenwich: Who Killed
Martha Moxley?
Murder, wealth, power, a famous family--all are part
of the Martha Moxley homicide in Greenwich,
Connecticut. Martha's 1975 murder was linked to Tommy
and Michael Skakel, nephews to Ethel Kennedy, which
some think led police and the media to back away from
an aggressive investigation. But the case was reopened
and Michael Skakel was indicted. In June 2002, he was
found guilty of murder. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- 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.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Pride and the Fall/The
Nail File.
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.

10-11pm -- MI-5 - Outsiders.
Islamic computer hackers are suspected of spreading
chaos by tampering with pills, wiping out bank
accounts, and making traffic lights go out of sync.
Peter Firth, Matthew MacFadyen, Keeley Hawes, David
Oyelowo, and Nicola Walker star.

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Sunday, February 20, 2005
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7-8pm -- Caesars 24/7 - Against all Odds.
After going years without hosting a boxing event,
Caesars is staging a comeback featuring three
championship fights in one night. The stakes are
huge--the winner is on their way to making millions.
Regina Guzior makes her living competing in blackjack
tournaments, often winning upwards of $50,000 at a
time. She's ranked as one of the best female blackjack
players in the world. Amazingly, she's blind. Having
never played at Caesar's Palace, Regina drops in to
the high roller room, and lays her skills and
reputation as a blackjack player on the line. Finally,
a group of close friends, three of whom are doctors,
arrive at Caesars Palace to attend the very bawdy
Pimps and Hos Ball. Decked out in faux fur and gawdy
bling, they enjoy a weekend of decadent partying.

8-8:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Hamptons Come Alive!
Part 2: #13.
One of the boys is injured while riding a motorbike,
but that doesn't keep them from visiting a popular
nightclub as their Hamptons weekend continues. Though
the boys remain uncharacteristically well-behaved,
their chaperone Quack-Quack gets distracted. The next
morning, Quack leaves the boys unattended in order to
drive a girl home, further upsetting Victoria. When
the gang returns to Long Island, Victoria assesses the
damages and confronts Quack about his lack of
responsibility.

8:30-9pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Birthday Party Poopers.

Victoria's birthday has arrived, and John, Carmine and
Frankie plan a belated surprise party. The boys feud
with Victoria's publicist about whether or not Luigi
will jump out of a cake. Meanwhile, Victoria hires a
new assistant, Jay, who quickly proves incompetent;
and Victoria's friend Robert comes to stay and
immediately begins feuding with Luigi.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - No Help at All.
Victoria's assistant Jay drives her crazy with his
general incompetence, insolence, and laziness.
Victoria's houseguest Robert helpfully points out all
the ways in which Jay makes her life miserable, and
finally Victoria fires Jay and hires Robert to help
her. At the same time, Luigi's chain-smoking gets out
of control, and Victoria bets him $1000 that he can't
quit smoking for a week. Meanwhile, Carmine gets
ripped off buying an expensive fur coat.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Rap Sheet.
The Gotti clan welcomes a new Gotti to the house: the
rapper Gotti. He's very excited to spend time with the
guys and find out what being a Gotti really means, and
he wants the guys to do a "gangster" rap on his new
mix tape. Things don't go quite as expected,
especially when Gotti has a running feud with John,
and Victoria has a decidedly mixed reaction to the rap
song.

10-11pm -- Jam Sessions - 
A one-hour music special featuring artists Alanis
Morissette, Black Eyed Peas, John Legend and others
performing at the House of Blues Sunset Strip in West
Hollywood, Calif. Sponsored by American Express,
proceeds from the Jam Sessions go to VH1's Save the
Music Foundation to support music education in
America's public schools.

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Monday, February 21, 2005
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7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - Perfect Storm.
Jordan and Garet are trapped in a blizzard and
threatened by a mysterious toxin. Stars Jill Hennessy,
Lorraine Toussaint, Miguel Ferrer, and guest star Ivan
Sergei.

8-8:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Open House of Pain: #9.
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.

8:30-9pm -- 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.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Driving Me Crazy.
Victoria is very concerned about her boys and their
crazy driving habits. Her friend Robert tells her
about tracking devices that will help her follow the
boys' every move. Victoria has the Tiger Track system
installed in John and Carmine's cars. She stays up one
night, sees how badly they drive, and confronts them.
After a big blowup, everybody learns a lesson.
Meanwhile, Luigi takes driving lessons, with hilarious
consequences.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - The Secret Admirer.
Victoria has a secret admirer who sends flowers and
chocolates, and Robert is intrigued. He tracks down
the admirer, a lounge singer named Gianni Russo.
Robert is impressed enough that he takes Victoria out
to a restaurant where Gianni is singing. Victoria is
charmed by Gianni, but surprised and dismayed to
discover that he's the secret admirer. Meanwhile,
Luigi tries to rid the Gotti property of raccoons.

10-10:30pm -- Caesars 24/7 - Surprise, Surprise,
Surprise: #11.
It's risky business as two friends gamble to see which
one will have to carry out an extreme dare - bungee
jumping. A wedding planner tries to pull off a
surprise reunion with a special person in the bride's
life whom she hasn't seen in more than 20 years. And,
a gambler spots an exquisite piece of jewelry at one
of the Caesars Palace stores and decides it would be
the perfect anniversary gift for his wife. There's
just one problem. It cost $10,000 and he only has
$5,000 to spend. So, he takes his $5,000 to the craps
table and wagers it all, hoping to win enough money to
buy the gift for the woman he loves. (1/2 hour
version.)

10:30-11pm -- Caesars 24/7 - Raising the Stakes: #12.
Ferrari Harry, the real-life person behind the Vin
Diesel character in the movie, The Fast and the
Furious, shows up to deliver a Ferrari to a high
roller. But when another high roller offers more money
for it, Harry decides to have the two gamble for the
car. Meanwhile, members of the Ram Squad, a group of
guys looking to pick up women, try to help a friend
who's just ended a long relationship. The Squad is
determined to put him "back in the wild," but first he
must pass a crucial test. And, we've all heard the
_expression the customer is always right. Well, you
won't believe the demands that some guests have and
the extremes the hotel staff goes to in order to make
their stay at Caesars a memorable one. (1/2 hour
version.)

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Tuesday, February 22, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Erin Brockovich Story
A tale of determination, courage and grit against
incredible odds, this is the story of a woman who
defeated an arsenal of high-powered lawyers and
big-business beaurocracy to uncover corporate
wrong-doing. Eventually turned into a film starring
Julia Roberts, this is the true story of Erin
Brokovich, with interviews with Erin herself and the
formerly small-time lawyer for whom she worked, Ed
Masry. In extensive footage, they reveal their
hard-fought battle to win $333 million for the people
of Hinkley, California, and discuss the contrast
between what really happened and how it was portrayed
on screen.

8-9pm -- 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. 

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Under a Spell/Justice for
Lisa.
A Miami undercover operation nabs the man who beat
four black prostitutes, doused their bodies with
gasoline, and set them aflame. And DNA helps solve the
cold case of a man who posed as a fisherman to get a
6-year-old girl's attention, then raped and killed
her.

10-10:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - A Family Feud. 
Working for a bondswoman friend, Mary Ellen, Dog and
his team hunt Chris, a fugitive wanted on drug
charges. Dog turns over every rock, but to no avail.
In the end Mary Ellen decides to revoke the bonds she
holds on Chris's mother and stepfather because they've
violated the conditions of their own bonds and have
been threatening her. Dog takes the two to jail after
an intense bust.

10:30-11pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - A Walk on the
Wild Side. 
Chasing a tough guy over several days puts a strain on
the team. The crew must tirelessly search under every
rock in Waikiki's seedy underbelly, looking for some
sign of their tattooed repeat offender, or lose the
$20,000 bail. Dog and the boys finally get their man,
and celebrate with a birthday party for Tim, complete
with juggler.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Green Beret Murder
Mystery 
Among the fundamental tenets of constitutional law are
the right not to be tried twice for the same crime and
the principle that all people are innocent until
proven guilty. The case of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald
suggested otherwise. In 1970, MacDonald's wife and two
children were murdered at their home in Fort Bragg,
North Carolina. Though MacDonald suffered serious
injuries, including a punctured lung and testified
that he saw people standing above him as he lay on his
couch, the Army brough criminal charges against him.
After a lengthy hearing, the case against MacDonald
was dismissed, and he earned an honorable discharge.
The Army never stopped pursuing the case, however, and
in 1974 MacDonald was convicted for the same crime by
the Grand Jury. Extensive interviews with MacDonald
and with military and civilian prosecutors and defense
lawyers examine whether MacDonald was subjected to a
modern-day witch-hunt.

8-9pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Vanished.
A local bad boy in a California town, once a suspect
in the disappearance of a young woman, is suspected of
a similar crime 13 years later.

9-10pm -- Columbine: Understanding Why - 
A look at the work of the Threat Assessment Group as
it seeks to understand why Eric Harris and Dylan
Klebold went on a murder spree at Columbine High
School in 1999. Acclaimed forensic psychiatrist Dr.
Park Dietz leads the TAG as it focuses on the
questions: Were there warning signs? And what can we
learn from Harris and Klebold to prevent another such
tragedy?

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Terminal Beauty.
It's a busy and bizarre day at Southwest Airlines when
a woman treats the LAX terminal like her own personal
bedroom. Supervisor Yolanda meets country singer Randy
Travis before running into a group of drunk and
troublesome young women who've been kicked off their
flight. And in Chicago, ramp staffers Hector and Juan
hope they'll be chosen to throw out the ceremonial
first pitch at Wrigley Field.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Luv is in the Air.
A&E's exclusive look at Southwest Airlines features a
day of romance. Flight attendant Heather Hale waits
for her boyfriend to arrive from Switzerland, not
knowing that he wants to ask her a very important
question. In Chicago, a student is desperate to fly to
New York to save his relationship with his girlfriend,
but every flight is full. And long-legged beauty Anita
has trouble fending off a 5-foot admirer. 

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Thursday, February 24, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Life and Death of
Teena Brandon 
When Teena Brandon was found murdered in a Nebraska
farmhouse in 1993 along with two other victims, the
media took notice. Brandon was a woman, who had been
living as a man, and the brutal slaying was a
gender-based hate crime. This is a probing look inside
the bizarre and heart-rending case made a subject of
the academy award-winning film, Boy's Don't Cry.
Investigators go back to the small town where Teena
grew up to talk with those who knew her as a child,
and then track her circuitous trail through the rural
communities where she re-invented herself. Some say
that the crime could have been averted were it not for
some troubling lapses by local authorities.

8-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Killer in the County &
The Missing Informant/Man's Best Friend.
The killer of four women goes free until cold case
detective John Little is brought in and finds key
evidence on a coffee cup. When confronted with DNA
evidence, Faryion Wardrip pleaded guilty and is
currently on death row in Texas. We talk to all of the
investigators involved, some members of victims'
families, and Wardrip's brother, who thinks Faryion
should be executed immediately. Then, police solve a
murder when divers find a skeleton in a car at the
bottom of a river, and a dead dog's DNA helps crack
open a 6-year-old case. (2-hour version)

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Gangs of Little
Havana/Execution in Coconut Grove.
A wall of silence from a frightened community hampers
efforts to solve a brutal murder; and a mother of two
is shot execution-style in her kitchen in an affluent
neighborhood. In a visual style more like drama than
reality show, we tail Miami homicide investigators as
they race time to solve these murders. Who're the
suspects? Are the detectives right? With cliffhangers
at each break, both cases in this gritty episode will
keep viewers guessing until the end.

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Friday, February 25, 2005
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Free to Kill: The Polly
Klaas Murder 
Polly Klaas was abducted from her home in Petaluma,
California during a slumber party and never seen alive
again. Her killer, Richard Allen Davis, had the
proverbial rap sheet a mile long with 25 arrests and
protracted jail time. Does this represent a failure of
the penal system to perform one of its most vital
functions? Take a closer look at rehabilitation
programs in the modern penal system, with a probing
analysis of recidivism, prison and prisoner reform.
Hear Klaas's father discuss his rage and betrayal,
while jurors and attorneys provide a firsthand look at
the trial that finally put Davis away for good. 

8-9pm -- 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.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Taco Bell.
The rags-to-riches story of Glen Bell, who started
with one hot dog stand and built an empire that now
has more than 7,000 restaurants and annual sales of
over five billion dollars. Glen's inspiration came
when he wrapped his hot dogs in tortillas and topped
them with chili. Eventually he just left out the dogs.
He opened his first Taco Bell in 1962 and went on to
confound naysayers who were convinced that Mexican
food could be no more than a fad in the United States.

10-11pm -- 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.

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Saturday, February 26, 2005
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7-8am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Phyllis Diller.
The inspiring story of a housewife who overcame a
childhood disfigurement, disastrous marriage, and
poverty to become the first woman to star as a
stand-up comic. Features her hilarious routines, which
included jokes about her fictional husband "Fang", and
interviews with Joan Rivers, Jonathan Winters, and
Steve Allen.

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Barrington: Terror in
the Suburbs.
The town of Barrington, Rhode Island is filled with
fancy boutiques, gourmet pet food shops, and vintage
book stores, all catering to the wealthy and
well-educated. An upscale suburb of nearby Providence,
it's an ideal community where well-to-do families
raise perfect kids. But Barrington is also the place
where, in September 1991, an All-American family, the
Brendels, vanished into thin air--until a heavy rain
revealed a shallow grave with three bodies in it.
Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Panama City, FL: Autopsy
of a Marriage.
Scandal rocks Florida's "Redneck Riviera"--a seaside
resort filled with low-priced hotels and bars--when a
respected doctor and the city's medical examiner is
accused of poisoning his wife in 1991. Though Dr. Bill
Sybers was convicted, in 2003 a court of appeals
overturned his conviction. But the 70-year-old doctor,
who had been diagnosed with cancer, pled guilty to
manslaughter in exchange for time served, rather than
face a new trial.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - In the Care of a
Killer/Deadly Lies.
The suspicious death of 2-year-old Billy Blankenship
is solved when police force his babysitter to re-enact
the circumstances of his death. Then, a murder case is
solved when the dead man's body is accidentally found
by divers searching underwater for an antique car.

10-11pm -- MI-5 - Celebrity.
Two spoiled celebrities - a glamorous super model and
a fading rock star - demand that MI-5 find their
kidnapped baby, and Harry is appalled when the
government backs up the request. Peter Firth and
Matthew MacFadyen star.

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Sunday, February 27, 2005
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7-8pm -- Jam Sessions - 
A one-hour music special featuring artists Alanis
Morissette, Black Eyed Peas, John Legend and others
performing at the House of Blues Sunset Strip in West
Hollywood, Calif. Sponsored by American Express,
proceeds from the Jam Sessions go to VH1's Save the
Music Foundation to support music education in
America's public schools.

8-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Hide and Seek.
Dog has a big problem. Patty Estabilio has jumped a
$15,000 bail bond and disappeared into Hawaii's
underworld. Kissing the kids good night, Dog and Beth,
with Tim and Leland at their side, plunge into a
drug-infused netherworld where the snitches are
unreliable, the streets violent, and everyone has
something to hide. They halt their hunt for Patty in
lieu of an adrenaline-filled daylight raid to capture
Michael Blanco, but a hot tip sends the crew back out
for another late night searching for Patty.
Two weeks in pursuit of fugitive Patty Estabilio has
placed her in the pantheon of Dog Chapman's most
persistent prey. A slew of near misses, bad tips, and
long nights spent staking out "ice" dens is taking its
toll on Dog's team. But Dog is keeping up appearances
with his daily vacuuming at the house, while Beth
makes an emergency visit to the nail salon to have a
broken nail repaired.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - The Sweep.
Dog decides to sweep the island clean of as many
fugitives as he can in two days. Raymond, wanted on
drug charges, is an easy grab. Mauro, wanted for
solicitation, is busted. And a Samoan, Siamau, is
convinced to fly back to Hawaii from Los Angeles, and
the team quickly nabs him. 

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Stress
Management.
Dog goes after a fugitive named Tracy who lives in a
homeless shelter, but the shelter's staff is
uncooperative, and the two sides get into an angry
confrontation that forces Dog to temporarily back off.
Next, an informant leads the team to Daniel, whose
capture is clean but violent. Stressed out by the job,
Dog and Beth decide to relax with a romantic dinner.

10-10:30pm -- 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.

10:30-11pm -- 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.

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Monday, February 28, 2005
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Accidental
Killer/Little Sister Lost.
While hiking with husband Dennis in Montana, Leslee
Larson fell into Wolf Creek. After cashing in a double
indemnity insurance policy, Dennis eventually lands in
Maine--where he's convicted of murdering wife three
who "fell" from a cliff. See how Montana detectives
flush their wolf from the creek--25 years later. And
when 15-year-old papergirl Penny Parker goes missing,
her body is found by a search volunteer. Watch cold
case detectives find a genetic trace, 24 years later,
to the volunteer.

8-8:30pm -- AIRLINE - Down to the Wire.
Passenger Scott Johnson has a nerve-wracking time
waiting to see if his elderly mother, who needed to
take a bathroom break, will make it to the plane on
time; a family may miss their flight because they left
their tickets on the bus; and police dogs are called
in when a bag is left on the sidewalk and there's no
sign of the owner. In Chicago, Mauro has to deal with
a family moving to Los Angeles. They've arrived at the
airport with 18 boxes, and only 20 minutes to check in
and catch the flight!

8:30-9pm -- AIRLINE - Fly Babies.
Near Baltimore, Van Bokkelen School's fourth-grade
class has "adopted" Southwest Airlines pilot Tony May.
Tony's visits to their class have given the kids real
insight into flying, and now those who've never been
on a plane are in for a big surprise. At LAX, Mike
Carr copes with an emotional family separation when a
young child doesn't want to visit her uncle in Chicago
while her parents head off to India. Unless the girl
can be persuaded to board, mom and dad are going to
miss their flight.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Badda Bling.
The boys become obsessed with getting enormous new
jewel-encrusted medallions. Robert helps them get the
bling for free. After a lot of complaining, the
jewelry arrives, and the boys hate it--they want
everything redone. Victoria decides that her kids need
to learn the value of a hard-earned dollar, and she
sends them to work in a pizzeria. After the boys do a
good job, she rewards them with the remade chains.
Meanwhile, Victoria volunteers at Habitat for Humanity
and mashes her thumb with a hammer.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Driving Me Crazy.
Victoria is very concerned about her boys and their
crazy driving habits. Her friend Robert tells her
about tracking devices that will help her follow the
boys' every move. Victoria has the Tiger Track system
installed in John and Carmine's cars. She stays up one
night, sees how badly they drive, and confronts them.
After a big blowup, everybody learns a lesson.
Meanwhile, Luigi takes driving lessons, with hilarious
consequences.

10-11pm -- Caesars 24/7 - Dream On.
Dancer Brandy Beavers undergoes breast enlargement
surgery, and then finds out if she finally has what it
takes to appear in "Playboy"; the "Mexican Elvis
Presley" makes a rare concert appearance, but his fans
cause a near-riot; and pit boss Joe Camastro must
spend 24 hours pampering a demanding high-roller to
prove he can be a casino host.

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