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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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November 1, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Marriage & Murder
Adultery, Abuse and Murder. Not your standard recipe
for marital bliss. Examine three instances of eternal
fidelity and devotion gone awry. Featured is the
landmark case of Charlene Brundidge, who was granted
clemency by New York Governor George Pataki despite a
20 year sentence for murder, on account of a long
history of spousal abuse. Extensive interviews with
federal investigators, prosecutors and defense lawyers
provide an eye-opening look at one of the thorniest
areas of American justice, where emotions and misogyny
run high.

8-9pm -- 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.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Big Island, Small
Dog has problems when he goes to a small town on the
Big Island of Hawaii to track down a fugitive. In a
small town, everyone knows everyone else's business,
making it impossible for Dog to hunt in secret. With
his every move exposed, Dog has a hard time bagging
his Big Island prey.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Baby's Back in
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 -- Random 1 - Bruce/Kim (#1).
Bruce is a former construction worker who is now
homeless and debilitated by an outdated prosthetic
leg. Kim is a database professional who dreams of
working for a non-profit group but has not managed to
make the move herself. The Random 1 team attempts to
get Bruce a donated $20,000 leg - a tall order indeed
- and helps Kim find a way to follow her dream. 


Wednesday, November 2, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Child's Play, Deadly
Lionel Tate was a 170-pound, 12-year-old boy who
played rough one day with his friend, 48-pound,
6-year-old Tiffany Eunick. When Tiffany died from
injuries, Lionel claimed that he only used wrestling
holds that he'd seen on TV. But prosecutors charged
Lionel with first-degree murder. Would the jury
believe that Tiffany died of innocent child's play--or
would they put Lionel behind bars? Interviewees
include defense attorney James Lewis, who used the
controversial "wrestling defense" strategy.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - No Ice in
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.
8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - If You Knew Nunu.
Dog and the team really have their hands full when
they go after a tough guy named Nunu, who leads them
on a chase through apartment complexes and a shopping
mall before he's finally captured. But Dog is charmed
by Nunu's unquenchable spirit and even makes friends
with him.

9-9:30pm -- Inked - The Trouble with Nina. 
Nina, the new receptionist at H & H, is driving
everyone crazy at the shop. And, like so many H & H
receptionists before her, she's skating on thin ice.
9:30-10pm -- Inked - Trouble in Paradise.
After nearly a year, the shop is still not operating
like a well-oiled machine or making money for that
matter and it's beginning to take a toll on the
owners. To make matters worse, Carey and Thomas's
personal relationship is also suffering. An old
friend, though, comes back to town and suddenly
everything changes.

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - #16.
Considered to be the most influential name in magic
today, Master Illusionist, Criss Angel transcends
tradition and moves into a new brand of modern
mysticisim. Criss Angel exhibits mystery on the stage,
on the street, and in his public demonstrations which
blur the line between reality and illusion. They
include interactive street illusions and a variety of
stage tricks.

10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Superhuman.
At times people have unbelievable strength some say
due to adrenaline, so Criss decides to find out if
this strength can be controlled. Determined to channel
this strength, Criss has trained relentlessly. Held up
by two chairs, one at his feet and one supporting his
head and shoulders, Criss mystifies those in Master
Toddy's gym having two Muay Thai boxers stand on top
of him. In this episode Criss is able to channel this
energy as he rips apart phone books, pushes over a
tree, and lifts up parked cars and a random taxicab 2
feet off the ground, astounding people in the Aladdin
Hotel taxi line.


Thursday, November 3, 2005

9-10am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Al Pacino.
Profile of the very private actor who has managed to
remain an artist in the increasingly commercial film
industry. Born to Sicilian parents in East Harlem, New
York, Pacino suffered a lonely childhood before
winning stardom on the Off-Broadway stage and
achieving unparalleled success in some of the greatest
movies ever made, including The Godfather, Serpico,
and Dog Day Afternoon. Pacino has struggled with
drinking and been linked romantically with Diane
Keaton, Tuesday Weld, and Jill Clayburgh.

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Marlon Brando.
Portrait of the screen titan considered the "Master of
the Method" and one of the greatest actors of the 20th
century. We chronicle Brando's tumultuous life and
career, including his unforgettable performances in A
Streetcar Named Desire and On the Waterfront; his
comeback in The Godfather; his snubbing of the Academy
Awards; the obesity and bad movie choices that plagued
his later life; and the tragedies of his first son's
murder conviction and his daughter's suicide. (1 hour

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.

8-9pm -- 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. 

9-10pm -- 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. 

10-11pm -- The First 48 - Evil Streak/.50 Caliber.
In Las Vegas, Detectives Mike Wallace and Mark McNett
are called out on a nightmare of a case: a beautiful
young woman was assaulted and murdered in her own
apartment. With nothing but the physical evidence,
they've got to find out if the killer is a total
stranger or someone she knows. And in Miami,
Detectives Rolly Garcia and Orlando Silva must track
down an enormous handgun that was used to gun a man
down on a residential sidewalk; the .50 caliber Desert
Eagle is such a rare weapon that the Miami crime lab
has never handled a case with one before.


Friday, November 4, 2005

7-8pm -- 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.

8-9pm -- 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."

9-10pm -- 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?

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Paris Hilton.
Profile of the beautiful hotel heiress who became so
famous so fast that a new term - "celebutante" - had
to be coined to describe her. We look at how Paris
danced, partied, and dated her way to fame while
sitting atop a financial empire that boasts clothing
and perfume lines. Includes the story of the widely
distributed video tape showing Paris making love to
ex-boyfriend Rick Salomon and highlights from her hit
reality TV series, The Simple Life.


Saturday, November 5, 2005

8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Angela Lansbury.
The half-century career of the beloved actress who
conquered Hollywood, Broadway, and TV with starring
roles in such classics as Mame and Murder, She Wrote.
In an interview, Angela assesses her many ups and

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Boston: Betrayal in
The shocking story that tore Boston apart racially
when police were fooled into believing that a black
man had killed Carol Stewart, a pregnant white woman.
It took days for the city to discover the horrible
truth: Carol's husband, Charles, shot her and then
called 911 to claim that an African-American
car-jacker had committed the crime. Narrated by Paul

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - San Leandro, CA: The
Sausage King.
A farming community famous for producing sausage is
shocked when Stuart Alexander, a local man known as
the "Sausage King," becomes angry over government
regulation of his business and kills three government
officials. At his trial, Alexander pleads insanity,
but will the jury buy the Sausage King's alibi?

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Killer on the Strip/The
Doll Murder.
In Palm Beach, a determined cop solves the murder of
prostitute Lucy Pate five years later, when he
connects Lucy's case with another case that was
overlooked at the time. The prostitute who survived
agreed to help and identified her attacker. In 1989,
socialite Susan Doll was found beaten, raped, and
strangled in Colorado. Investigators extracted DNA
from a semen stain, but had no suspect to match it
against--until 1995 when a local landlord found 25
pairs of panties stuffed into a furnace.

10-12am -- Red-Light Districts - 
A two-hour special that looks at prostitution around
the world. Explores Israel's underground adult world,
run by the Russian mafia; Japan's $1000-a-night Geisha
girls; and Nevada's Mustang Ranch. Then, peek behind
closed doors at Moscow's elite "Beauty Queen" club,
Los Angeles's booming sex-for-sale business, and the
sex industry in Thailand, Miami, and Cuba. 


Sunday, November 6, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - "Soft" Kill/Unsolved
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.

8-9pm -- 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.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Baptism by Fire.
The mortuary is slamming busy, so a burned-out Shonna
gives a break to Dan, a young man whose life's dream
is to work with the dead. The gang pitches in to show
him the ropes, and as Dan faces his first day dealing
with death, everyone reflects on how they got their
own start in the biz.

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Generations.
Chuck feels blue after picking up the body of an
elderly woman who reminds him of his deceased
grandmother. Shonna, who feels he wasn't the most
present father, thinks he should be less emotional on
the job, and has no time for him. As John helps
comfort the devoted niece of the deceased, Chuck takes
out his frustrations on eldest daughter Melissa, who
is helping him outfit his kitty for the big Poway
costume Pet Contest.

10-11pm -- Intervention - #15.
A new, unscripted series about families who plan
interventions to help relatives who are struggling
with addiction.


Monday, November 7, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Vintage Murder/Trouble in
Police doggedly reopen a rape-murder case 25 years
after the crime and find enough DNA evidence on the
suspect's cigarette butts to bring him to justice. And
a confession made to a "Baywatch" TV star helps police
solve the three-year-old riddle of a wealthy Newport
Beach woman's murder.

8-9pm -- INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS™ - Rampage Killers:
Looking for Signs.
New York Times reporters investigate rampage
killers--seemingly normal people who suddenly lash out
with lethal force, killing strangers as well as loved
ones. Includes an exclusive interview from behind
prison walls with Wayne Lo, who murdered two people
and injured four others when he went on a rampage at a
Massachusetts college.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Risky Business.
Everyone's an entrepreneur, as Frankie decides to open
a tanning salon and Victoria tries to get her own
magazine off the ground. Too bad for the both of them,
Frankie's in over his head. And if he can't step up
and pull it together, Victoria's going to have to do
both their jobs.
9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - A Death in the Family.
The Gottis return home from Italy and get some sad
news: their dog Sebastian is dead. While Victoria--who
suspects foul play--decides to give her dog the
grandest burial possible, the boys and Robert get
tattoos in the dog's honor.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - It Takes All Sorts.
At Houston, Jeffrey has been pulled of a flight
because a flight attendant thought he was
impersonating an NYPD officer. He is wearing an NYPD
t-shirt, but he's saying it's all been a big mistake.
Over at Midway, Taz missed her flight to Tampa, and
it's looking like it's going to take a while to get
her there now. Teresa's going to keep an eye on her,
and see if there's anything the airline can do to
help. There's also a canine condundrum in the terminal
for Joy and her dog Scooch. Joy takes her dog
everywhere, but she didn't know that the airline does
not fly pets. Over at LAX, Margaret is heading home to
Oakland, but is only on stand-by. She's desperate to
get home, and Steve is doing all he can, including a
proposal of marriage. And Mike Carr is dealing with a
backlog on the flight to Philadelphia. The passengers
are close to boiling point, and it's going to take all
of Mike's wily ways to keep everyone happy.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Love at First Flight.
Southwest employee Tom proposed to Pam during their
training, and now they are off to get married. Only
it's not your usual wedding. In celebration of Las
Vegas's centenary, Tom and Pam will be one of a
hundred couples tying the knot in Sin City. At LAX,
passenger Brian is ready to pop the question. He met
his girlfriend Mariana in-line for a flight the year
before, and now he wants to propose to her at the same
gate. Yolanda is on hand to help Brian with his
scheme. Over at Midway, Bernardo is ready to meet his
fiancée, Amy. Trouble is they have only talked on the
phone, and he doesn't really know what Amy - or her
son - looks like. Will he be able to recognise them
when they finally turn up. And up at the gate, there's
no love lost between Colleen and passenger Tom. He's
been caught out by the 10 minute rule, and unless he
can persuade Colleen otherwise, he'll have to take a
flight to Philly tomorrow.


Tuesday, November 8, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - For Love or Money.
Today, Celeste Beard Johnson is serving a double life
sentence at a maximum security prison in Gatesville,
Texas, for manipulating her lesbian lover into killing
her elderly, millionaire husband Steven Beard. Tracey
Tarlton, the confessed killer, is currently serving a
20-year sentence in a separate prison in Texas. The
two women tell conflicting stories of the events that
led to the murder of Steven Beard. In this episode,
their stories, each still holding with her own
version. Steven Beard called 911 after being shot in
the abdomen the night of October 2,1999, in Austin,
Texas. A single shotgun shell was left behind and was
the only evidence for investigators to go on. Police
interviewed numerous friends and relatives. One name
kept coming up in the interviews, Tracey Tarlton. The
42-year-old manager of a local bookstore had met
Celeste Beard Johnson at a psychiatric hospital in
Austin and the two women had become friends. Police
officers went to question Tracey, who admitted to
having a shotgun and an affair with Celeste. After
testing the shotgun, police were able to definitively
determine the shell left at the murder scene was shot
from Tracey’s gun. The next day, Tarlton was arrested
for murder and began telling the authorities the
dramatic tale of her relationship with Celeste.
Interviews include both Celeste and Tracey, plus a
jury member, prosecuting attorneys, a defense
attorney, and investigators.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Brother's Burden/The
Midnight Attacker.
A police officer helps solve an 18-year-old murder
case when he finds the prime suspect-his older
brother. And a biker with a bloody finger is the clue
that police need to put away a rapist who assaulted 31
women over six years.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Justin's Big Day.
Justin is the low man on the totem pole in the Chapman
clan, and this means that the rest of the team is
always teasing him. At 21 years old, his
responsibilities at home include lots of childcare and
cleaning, and on bounties he spends time getting
lunches and searching the smallest and dirtiest hiding
places. But Justin wants to be a full fledged member
of the team, and Dog has a fugitive that will his test
9:30-10pm -- 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. 

10-11pm -- Random 1 - Cleveland/Gary (#2).
A cutting-edge, real-life series that follows the
successes and failures of a team of young idealists,
John and Andre, who set out to help people...the hard
way. In this episode we meet Cleveland and Gary.
Cleveland is unhappy at his job. And when Random 1
shows up and offers to help him, he unexpectedly
quits. Now the R1 teams has to get results, or
Cleveland will be jobless. Their journey is
complicated by Gary, a recovering heroin addict who
needs help getting home to his family in Ohio.


Wednesday, November 9, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - A Woman Scorned: The
Betty Broderick Story
While divorce claims nearly half of all marriages
today, reaching an amicable settlement is not nearly
as common. Take the case of Dan and Elisabeth "Betty"
Broderick. Betty thought she had the perfect marriage
until she discovered that her husband was having an
affair. Then when he won custody of their children and
later remarried, it was more than Betty could bear. On
November 5, 1989, she murdered her ex-husband and his
new wife. Hear family, friends and lawyers from both
sides discuss this headline-grabbing case of jealousy,
rage and divisive justice. 

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Mama's Boys.
Dog visits his mother's grave for inspiration before
heading out to find Frankie, a violent fugitive hiding
in the jungle. The spirit of Ma Chapman seems to help
when Dog finds an unusual ally - Frankie's mother, who
believes that helping Dog bring her son in is the best
thing she can do for him.
8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 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

9-9:30pm -- Inked - Pull it Together, Dizzle.
Dizzle, the shop helper and resident goofball, has
made the decision to become a tattoo artist and the
first step on that path is getting an apprenticeship.
But apprenticing under Thomas and Clark won't be easy.
These guys earned their ink the hard way and they're
not about to just hand Dizzle the needle.
9:30-10pm -- Inked - #16.
Real-life series takes viewers to the Palms Casino
Hotel in Las Vegas to experience the crazy world of
the Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company, the first tattoo
parlor ever located in a Vegas casino. The series
follows owner and freestyle motocross champ Carey Hart
and co-owner Thomas Pendleton as they cater to their
clientele of celebrities and off-the-wall Vegas
characters and manage their staff of eccentric tattoo

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Tesla Strike.
Criss has always been fascinated by lightning and the
effects it has on the thousands of people who are
struck each year. Those who survive often have
increased memory skills and mental capacities. Criss
will journey to Baraboo, Wisconsin to test out one of
the largest Tesla Coils in the country, a high-voltage
air core transformer generating 4,000,000 volts and
simulating the electrical charge of being struck by

10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Radio
Taking a tour through the history of magic Criss tours
the Magic Castle in Los Angeles. Criss and his team
are able to view rarely seen Houdini artifacts and the
private séance room. On the Dicky Barret morning show
at indie 103.1 in Los Angeles, Criss will attempt to
predict a major news event as well as the lottery.


Thursday, November 10, 2005

9-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Cher.
Special 2-hour look at the legendary singer, actress,
and super celebrity. Cameras go behind the scenes at
Cher's farewell tour to chronicle the diva's
electrifying performances, and former husband Gregg
Allman, son Elijah Blue Allman, designer Bob Mackie,
Dr. Phil, and Cher's managers and choreographer share
their memories.

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Crime of Passion: The
Pamela Smart Story 
She was a pretty, young teacher at a New Hampshire
high school. He was her 15-year-old student. Their
relationship turned from innocent friendship into
deadly romance. One of the most shocking, tragic and
sordid tales of our time, this is the story of Pamela
Smart and Bill Flynn. According to Flynn’s attorneys,
Smart used sex and lies to manipulate the teenager
into killing her husband, claiming a “crime of
passion” defense. Watch interviews with law
enforcement officials and reporters as well as
personal friends, family and colleagues of Smart and
Flynn and decide who you think should be held
accountable for murder.

8-9pm -- 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.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - A Brother's Burden/The
Midnight Attacker.
A police officer helps solve an 18-year-old murder
case when he finds the prime suspect-his older
brother. And a biker with a bloody finger is the clue
that police need to put away a rapist who assaulted 31
women over six years.

10-11pm -- Programming to be determined.


Friday, November 11, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Who Wants to Kill a
A Las Vegas tale of wealth, buried treasure, drugs,
and sex. It's the story of casino millionaire Lonnie
"Ted" Binion, who was found dead in his home in 1998.
Less than 48 hours later, three men were arrested as
they dug up 46,000 pounds of silver from an
underground vault belonging to Binion. As police
investigated, the murder trail led to Sandy Murphy,
Binion's live-in girlfriend and former topless dancer,
and Rick Tabish, who was Ted's friend and Sandy's

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - The Bee Gees.
Here's the astonishing tale of the Gibbs brothers, who
became the world's most popular music group after
jealousies nearly destroyed their careers. In this
2-hour special, we'll recall their phenomenal No. 1
hits, Andy Gibbs' death, and the "disco backlash" that
had radio stations promoting "Bee Gees-Free Weekends".

10-11pm -- Paul McCartney in St. Petersburg - 
This one hour special features the legendary star in


Saturday, November 12, 2005

8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - The Perdue Family.
As a railway express agent, Arthur W. Perdue noticed
that the poultry men loading their eggs and chickens
onto the train seemed to be financially successful. In
1917 Arthur decided he was going to make poultry his
business as well, and a Chicken Empire was born. From
a backyard table-egg business that supported one
family in the 1920s, Perdue has now grown into a
multi-billion dollar business providing poultry and
agricultural products on five continents. Known for
their commitment to excellence, three generations of
Perdues have guided this company through continued
growth and change while holding on to the values
inherited from it's founder, "Mr. Arthur." Perdue
Farms is still a privately owned company today.

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Pikeville, KY: Kentucky
A coal town where hard-rock mining has given way to
hard times, Pikeville is a place where most kids will
do anything to escape. Like in April of 1997, when
one Pikeville girl and her five fellow teenagers took
a road trip to hell.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Amarillo, TX: High
School Hit & Run.
The conservative town of Amarillo - "the city that
beef built" - is shocked when one of its "good kids"
is accused of murdering one of its "bad kids" during a
brawl in an International House of Pancakes parking

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Burning
Secret/Justice Delayed.
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 7 years earlier, only to find out
that the statute of limitations on rape is 6 years.

10-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Reconstructing
Murder/Fire Flicks.
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.


Sunday, November 13, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Zodiac Killer.
With access to the San Francisco Police Department's
work, including saliva samples taken from letters the
infamous Zodiac Killer sent 30 year ago, we reevaluate
the case of the serial killer who began terrorizing
California in the late 1960s--one of the first to
taunt police by sending clues to the media.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Fish out of Water/Good
In Miami, FL, homicide detective Fernando Bosch is
faced with what appears to be the murder of an
innocent tourist from Ohio. But the discovery of
thousands of counterfeit dollars under the victim's
bed leads him to believe the phony bills may have cost
him his life. And when a homeless man is brutally
stabbed defending a local restaurant owner, Sgt.
Alttar Williams and Detective Emiliano Tamayo must
track the hero's ruthless killer before he disappears
into the underbelly of Miami's homeless community.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Boxing the Past.
It's an emotional week for the Wissmillers. Youngest
sister Emily is separating from her husband, and is
forced to find a new apartment for herself and her
young son. Meanwhile her dad, Chuck, who could have
been a boxing contender in his youth, knows how hard
it is to move on from broken dreams. Now he has a
second chance for success when one of the boxers he
coaches has a big fight in Vegas.

9:30-10pm -- 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.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Travis and Matt (#6).
An addiction to crystal meth threatens the life of
Travis, 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.


Monday, November 14, 2005

7-8pm -- 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.

8-9pm -- INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS™ - Meth's Deadly High.
Examines the growing use of methamphetamine, the
dangerous drug that has become the crack of the 1990s.
Host Bill Kurtis explains how meth can lead to brain
damage and suicide. 

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - A Tan for All Seasons.
As the opening of Frankie's tanning salon approaches,
Victoria begins to worry that maybe the stress of
being a business owner is too much for her youngest
son. And this time she doesn't have time to step in
and save the day -- she's got her hands full taking
care of the two Rottweiler puppies Frank and Carmine
have brought home against her wishes.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Ciao, Long Island.
The Gotti family is getting ready to go to Italy, and
that means planning, getting passports in time, and
making their flight--all the things the family doesn't
do so well. The boys ponder whether Italian women are
hairy, and whether it's legal for them to drink in
Italy. Meanwhile, Luigi is redoing the guesthouse so
Victoria's sister Angel can move in. It's a race
against time, because Luigi's going to Italy too, and
he only has a week to finish the renovations.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Cruise Control.
For those hard at work at Chicago Midway, the hard
work never stops. Anita has had to remove Thomas from
a flight. He was on his way to join his own family on
a cruise, but had took off his shirt on the flight and
was considered intoxicated. When Anita runs out of
answers for Thomas, Colleen steps in, and things go
from bad to worse. Up at the gate, Phil is called to
flight 1004, which has turned back after a mechanical
failure in the cockpit. If the airline can't get the
fault repaired, there could be a serious delay for the
passengers. And at BWI, there are tears at the gate,
when passenger Toni missed her connection by seconds,
and could miss getting home to her family for the
weekend. Jennifer's trying to pull out all the stops,
but it looks like it's just too busy to find Toni room
on a flight.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Taking Care of Business.
At LAX, passenger Jeff has missed his flight because
he couldn't hear the announcement. Liz is trying to
help him get on the next flight, but Jeff is too
furious to listen. There's something in the air at
Houston, when Vietnam vet James is on his way to
Phoenix. Trouble is he's been in hospital for two
days, hasn't showered, and needs a change of clothes.
Kathy steps in to help. At BWI, it looks like there's
blood in someone's baggage. When Nicholas is alerted,
he locates the passenger, and heads off to baggage to
find out what the red liquid could be. Up at the gate,
there are some Red Sox fans heading back to Boston on
an oversold flight, and not all of them can get on.
Tricia has to deal with them. At Midway, there's a
group of young pilots-to-be from a local high school,
who are part of the Adopt a Pilot scheme. Pilots Greg
Brown and Lou Freeman give the kids a tour of the
airport with a special treat in store.


Tuesday, November 15, 2005

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.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Hitmakers/Favor for a
A scheme to bribe a country music magazine to
manipulate the charts leads to murder in Nashville and
a 13-year hunt for the killer; and a murderer's plan
to hide his gun and ammunition is foiled when the man
who buried the crucial evidence for him eventually
spills the beans to cops.

9-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - This Dog Can Hunt.
Dog and the family visit the Rockies for a little work
and lot of fun, but soon they're on one of the biggest
cases of their career. They go on the hunt for Harry,
a repeat offender, and the search takes them through a
seedy world of tattoo parlors, cheap motels, and crack
dens. But soon Dog realizes that he will need all of
his man-hunting expertise and even the Indian tracking
skills his grandfather taught him if he has any hope
of bringing Harry to justice. (1 hour special.)

10-11pm -- Random 1 - Amber/Jan (#3).
Amber is a former stripper who has always dreamed of
being a model; Jan is a street musician out of work
with a broken keyboard. The Random 1 team takes on
both missions, but Amber's possessive boyfriend and
Jan's angry, beer-drinking roommate threaten to derail
their efforts. A cutting-edge, real-life series that
follows the successes and failures of a team of young
idealists, John and Andre, who set out to help
people...the hard way. 

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Brutal Revenge.
When a beautiful young San Antonio mother is killed in
front of her four babies, the trail leads to her
wealthy ex-husband and a bungling gang of hired

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Double Trouble.
Dog's feeling lucky, so he's going to try to capture
two women in one day. The first, Moani, has "crazy"
tattooed on her neck and is facing drug charges. Dog
and the team will have to chase her down at the beach
if they're going to bring her in. The second fugitive,
Jade, also turns out to be a tough catch. Despite help
from Jade's sister, Dog has problems snaring her.

8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Father and Son. 
In Hawaii, Dog sets off from Honolulu to Kona to help
his son Leland with some of his fugitives. First, a
stop at Leland's boxing gym to warm up for their day
of hunting with a quick sparring session and some
father-and-son time together. 

9-9:30pm -- Inked - Meet the New Boss.
There's a new boss in town as former receptionist,
Brian, has been promoted to manager. Brian's new job
is certainly not an easy one, especially as troubles
with the receptionists and helpers seem endless.

9:30-10pm -- Inked - Supersize My Hart.
Carey struggles with the decision to return to
competitive riding as financial pressures force him
back on his bike for the first time since his near
fatal accident. Thomas faces his own fears about his
skill as an artist as does his toughest tattoo to
date. And the entire Hart & Hunnington crew plan a
charity auction for the kids of The Ronald McDonald

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Up Close.
Criss Angel, master provocateur, will mystify all as
he exhibits more never-before-seen footage in this
episode. Considered to be the most influential name in
magic today, he continues to blur the line between
reality and illusion. Watch "ring in ice" in one
unedited take. See a young black panther appear from a
taxi's empty trunk. Get an inside look at the
characters on the show including the surreal family in
the desert, the various celebrity guests, the
Mindfreak crew and Criss' family. Criss also tries his
luck at the roulette table.

10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Uncut.
Considered to be the most influential name in magic
today, Master Illusionist, Criss Angel transcends
tradition and moves into a new brand of postmodern
mysticisim. Criss blurs the line between reality and
illusion on the street, stage and in his
demonstrations. Relive the craziest and most insane
moments of the series. Plus, never before seen
footage, outtakes and Criss' most talked about
illusion: the trash can uncut and in one continuous


Thursday, November 17, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Scarsdale Diet Doctor
A fresh look at a scandalous crime. School
headmistress Jean Harris was accused of murdering her
lover, "Scarsdale Diet" author Dr. Herman Tarnower.
Includes interviews with Harris and prosecutor Thomas

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Bitemark/Justice for
A forensic dentist helps police nab a child killer by
showing that the teeth marks on the killer's arms
matches the teeth of the murdered boy. And telltale
blood stains on a blue bandana solve the 10-year-old
case of a teenage girl murdered at a Texas carnival.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Snatched/A Detective's
Four years after the case goes cold, a DNA match helps
police tie a convicted sex offender to the murder of a
six-year-old girl. And, a Detective tries to fulfill
his promise to the mother of a young hitchhiker,
brutally murdered and mutilated, that her killer will
be found. 

10-11pm -- Harry Potter Special - 
Harry Potter is an international phenomenon. Since
J.K. Rowling published her first book in 1990, tens of
millions of copies have been sold and the movies have
all been hugely successful. Now, the ever-growing
Potter buzz is focused on the upcoming release of the
fourth film, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire. This
one-hour special features clips from the new film and
interviews with the stars. We'll also tell the story
of the film's young characters -- Harry Potter, Ron
Weasley and Hermione Granger, paying special attention
to how they've grown and developed over the course of
the anthology. 


Friday, November 18, 2005

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® - Brooke Shields.
This portrait of the beautiful actress who has gone
from teen sex symbol to respected TV and Broadway
performer follows her often controversial career.
Encouraged by her stage mother, 12-year-old Shields
shocked audiences in Pretty Baby when she kissed a
28-year-old actor. She went on to make a risqué Calvin
Klein jeans commercial, the racy movie The Blue
Lagoon, and date Michael Jackson. But she also won
respect as a student at Princeton as well as kudos for
her performances in Cabaret and Wonderful Town.
Includes an interview with Brooke herself.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Sandra Bullock.
The career of the A-list actress who's made it to the
top with a rare combination of down-to-earth charm,
unassuming beauty, and a disdain for living in
Hollywood. The daughter of a vocal coach and an opera
singer, Bullock soared to stardom in Speed, and after
a few box office bombs scored again with Miss
Congeniality. Bullock has moved to Texas to avoid the
Hollywood media glare, but the savvy, family-oriented
Bullock is still one of the most powerful players in

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Arthur Shawcross.
Profile of the notorious serial killer who murdered
two children in Watertown, N.Y., and 11 women in
Rochester, N.Y. Shawcross was captured when he was
seen standing next to one of his victims, and was
sentenced to 250 years in prison.


Saturday, November 19, 2005

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Newport: Chaos in the
A handyman makes a play for a widow's millions in the
town where America's robber barons built their castles
and mansions. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Minneapolis, MN: Deadly
A Russian immigrant stockbroker in Minneapolis, the
cultural and financial hub of the upper Midwest, is
accused of making shady investments on behalf of a
fellow Russian - with fatal results.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The Missing
Informant/Man's Best Friend.
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.

10-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Killer in the County.
The killer of four women goes free until cold case
detective John Little is brought in and finds key
evidence on a coffee cup. This portrait of a ruthless
murderer includes tapes of his chilling confessions.
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.


Sunday, November 20, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Officer Down/Secret Twin.
After 23 years, investigators finally track down the
killers of an Atlanta policeman when the ex-wife of
one of the killers phones in a tip; and a mother keeps
the skeletal remains of the 3-year-old daughter she
killed in a footlocker.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - A Serial Killer Calls.
Homicide detectives led by Sgt. Doug Niemeier are
drawn into a deadly cat-and-mouse game with a serial
killer who calls 911 to direct them to bodies he's
hidden around Kansas City. Niemeier and his team must
race against time to stop the elusive killer before he
kills again. (1 hour version.)

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Live Long and Prosper.
Funeral director and "Trekkie" David tries to teach
Chuck the Vulcan salute "Live long and prosper." As
Chuck spreads the word, the gang learns the real
meaning of the motto as they rush to prepare a 97 year
old great-great-grandmother for the family viewing,
where her husband of 80 years will see her for the
last time. 

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - Birthday Blues.
It's Emily's birthday, and she hasn't had a party
since she was 16, so today she gets two! First, a
lunch at the mortuary, where Melissa's taken charge of
the menu. But Rick has plans too--he's going to bring
a new woman to Emily's party after work to make
Melissa jealous.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Alissa and Brian (#4).
Parents and friends intervene to save Alissa, a
compulsive gambler who has lost more than $30,000 on
25-cent slots. Meanwhile her boyfriend juggles three
jobs just to make ends meet for them. Then we meet
Brian, whose crystal meth habit feeds his sex
addiction and sends him trolling the streets for new
partners every day.


Monday, November 21, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Lady in the Box.
The murder of an Ohio woman in 1974 is solved more
than 20 years later after police get a crucial
clue--the woman's husband was seen building a
coffin-shaped box about the time the woman

8-9pm -- Harry Potter Special - 
Harry Potter is an international phenomenon. Since
J.K. Rowling published her first book in 1990, tens of
millions of copies have been sold and the movies have
all been hugely successful. Now, the ever-growing
Potter buzz is focused on the upcoming release of the
fourth film, Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire. This
one-hour special features clips from the new film and
interviews with the stars. We'll also tell the story
of the film's young characters -- Harry Potter, Ron
Weasley and Hermione Granger, paying special attention
to how they've grown and developed over the course of
the anthology. 

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - All the Right Moves.
Victoria gets fed up with the constant stream of
unwanted visitors coming to the house, so she decides
to move -- again. Meanwhile, John is trying to decide
where to go to college -- or if he should go to
college at all -- so Victoria and Uncle Pete hatch a
scheme to keep him close to home.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Rome, If You Want To.
Still in Rome, Victoria tries to introduce the boys to
Italian culture by bringing them to an art school.
They're not very interested in drawing, even when the
subject is a nude woman. So she gives up and hands the
boys over to Pete for the day, while she takes off to
track down her Italian relatives. As for Pete, he
doesn't have much luck trying to introduce his nephews
to Rome, because even the Coliseum pales in contrast
to their real interest: trying to pick up girls.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Going Places.
Gina is one of the airline's most popular faces on the
ground at BWI, but she's decided to give it all up for
a chance to be in the air. Gina's enrolled in
Southwest's program to become a Flight Attendant, and
is heading to Dallas for some intensive training. Over
in St. Louis, Comedian Buzz Sutherland is also taking
to the air. He's got a gig at Adelphi College near
Islip, but has decided to try some of his routines out
on the passengers. Over in Houston, April is stuck on
the ground. Her original flight to Orlando has
maintenance problems, and so the Airline is putting
her on another flight via New Orleans. But April
smells a conspiracy. And in Chicago, the Patrick
family are on their way home. Mom and Dad have still
got their five kids, but ten of their eleven bags are
missing. It's up to Keisha to track them down before
the kids go crazy.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Turbulence Everywhere.
Gina finally takes to the air as a Flight Attendant,
and learns about life in the skies the hard way. On
the ground in Houston, another storm is taking place.
Passenger George was spat at, on disembarking a flight
home, and the police have been called to calm a crowd
of disgusted passengers and apprehend the suspect.
Over in Chicago, a large group of women are creating
their own turbulence when they discover that there is
not enough room to get them all home. Half of them are
going to Omaha and the other half are heading back to
Philly, but as things stand, someone's going to be
left at the airport. Over at another gate, Ellen and
John have been pulled off a flight on suspicion of
intoxication. But once Kerry gets to the bottom of
things, it might all be a mistake. And at BWI, Sue Lee
has got her eye on a young soldier, who's been sick in
the terminal. He wants to fly, but Sue Lee knows


Tuesday, November 22, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - In the Hands of a Child
On May 24, 1996, two-year-old Jayla Belton died in an
Austin, Texas emergency room. Detectives immediately
focused on Lacresha Murray, the 11-year-old
granddaughter of Jayla's daycare providers. Although
the girl repeatedly denied her involvement, she
ultimately confessed after two-and-a-half hours of
intense questioning. Lacresha became the youngest
person tried as an adult for murder, despite the fact
that her videotaped confession shows that she was
unsure of what was going on, that her guardians were
not informed of her arrest until after she confessed,
and that the forensic evidence raised serious
questions about her involvement. This is a frank
exploration of a troubled justice system that couldn’t
decide whether a young girl was a killer or a victim.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - The DNA Link/The Secret
Detectives from three different police departments in
Westchester County, New York team up to track down a
serial killer; and decades after a woman is found
murdered under a bed at a flea-bag hotel, a notorious
man known as the "Bus Stop Rapist" becomes the lead
suspect in the case.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Jonah is Missing.
Dog and the team search for Jonah, a violent and
desperate criminal facing 20 years in jail. The trail
goes stale when Dog runs into evasive family members
and an angry girlfriend. But when the team discovers
that Jonah has a second girlfriend who's pregnant with
his fifth child, they get the lead they need to trap
their target.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Coaching Day.
Dog, taking the day off to try his hand at coaching,
assigns Tim and Leland to track down Emmanuel, a
fugitive with terminal cancer who's got nothing to
lose by running. Can the boys prove to Dog and Beth
that they can handle a difficult job on their own?

10-11pm -- Random 1 - Mark/Joe (#4).
Joe is a crack addict; Mark is an alcoholic. Random 1
will give them both a chance to go to detox, but will
they take it? Mark is currently homeless, living in a
tent in the woods - for him to go to detox, his entire
life will have to change, and change fast. To make
matters worse, Mark gets seizures if he doesn't drink;
now R1 will have to buy him beer just to keep him
stable. And the tension mounts as John and Andre argue
with the RV team about breaking their rule that
nothing can be paid for. Things are never as easy as
they seem when dealing with addiction.


Wednesday, November 23, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Jonesboro Schoolyard
In 1998, 11-year-old Andrew Golden and 13-year-old
Mitchell Johnson killed four classmates and one
teacher and wounding nine others after opening fire
outside the Westside Middle School in Jonesboro,
Arkansas. Hear from the civil authorities involved in
the case and discover how their lenient sentences
triggered the reform of Arkansas' juvenile justice
laws. Experts discuss the classic warning signs of
school violence, and why in this instance they went
ignored. Legal pundits ponder the significance of the
boys' ages, while family members offer an intimate
glimpse into their lives.

8-8:30pm -- 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? 

8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - The Women of
The boys get distracted by the bikini-clad lovelies on
Waikiki when they hunt for Lucy, a homeless, alcoholic
fugitive. Beth is amused by the boys, but this is
serious business: Tim will have to pay the bond if
Lucy isn't caught.

9-11pm -- Inside the Playboy Mansion - 
"If you don't swing, don't ring." So advises the Latin
inscription posted at the entrance of the Playboy
Mansion as we learn in this exclusive,
behind-the-scenes look at the private world of
"Playboy" publisher Hugh Hefner. Includes a guided
tour of the mansion's palatial private quarters;
footage of some of the steamiest, sexiest parties
"Hef" has ever thrown; and interviews with mansion
regulars Bill Maher, Pamela Anderson, Drew Carey, and
Bill Cosby.


Thursday, November 24, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Manhunt.
A look at the case of James Allen Selby, a serial
rapist who eluded police for years while attacking 11
women in five states - Oklahoma, Nevada, California,
Arizona, and Colorado. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - #1.
Looks at how law enforcers stick with cases for many
years, using fresh evidence to win convictions or to
free prisoners who were wrongfully jailed. We examine
the unsolved murder of Hogan's Heroes star Bob Crane,
meet a Dallas criminalist who uses state-of-the-art
fingerprint matching to catch a rapist and murderer,
see how Phoenix police solve the murder of a missing
Navajo girl 20 years later, and talk to O.J. Simpson
defense attorney Barry Scheck about DNA and an
Illinois rape case.

9-10pm -- 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.

10-11pm -- 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.


Friday, November 25, 2005

7-8pm -- 24 - 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (#1).
Victor takes Jack hostage; Kim finally convinces the
police her story is true; a speechwriter flirts with

8-9pm -- 24 - 9:00 PM - 10:00 PM (#1).
Mason finally agrees to trade Alexis for Jack;
romantic sparks continue to grow between Palmer and
his aide, Patty.

9-10pm -- 24 - 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM (#1).
Jack protects Palmer from yet another murder attempt,
then spreads a false story that Palmer is dead; Nina
and Tony worry about another "mole" at the CTU.

10-11pm -- 24 - 11:00 PM - 12:00 AM (#1).
After Kim escapes from the Drazens, Nina tells Jack
that Kim is dead, and Jack attacks theDrazens; Palmer
deals with Sherry's betrayals; Teri realizes Nina is
behaving suspiciously.


Saturday, November 26, 2005

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Portland: Unfriendly
Portland is a cold, isolated city, far removed from
the American mainstream since establishment in 1622.
This isolation has made the people of Portland
self-reliant and individualistic. In Maine, folks
believe a man has to look out for himself, even if
that means taking the law into his own hands. So it
wasn't surprising when the owner of a popular tavern
shot three men who came to his home after assaulting
him at work; but Mainers were shocked when he was
charged with murder. Paul Winfield narrates. 

8-9pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - Emporia, KS: Thou Shalt
Not Kill.
A church-going town is shocked when a popular minister
is caught up in a scandal involving sex, betrayal, and
double murder.

9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Presumed Dead/The Tow
Truck Killer.
DNA evidence helps crack the case of a white
supremacist who strangled his girlfriend and put her
body in a refrigerator, and hypnosis helps solve the
murder of a deputy sheriff.

10-11pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Portrait of a Killer/The
Tortured Truth.
The accidental discovery of a human scalp leads to the
conviction of a man for murder 18 years after the
killing. And a teenager who likes to kidnap younger
boys and break their bones, kills one and tortures


Sunday, November 27, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Ticket to Nowhere/The
Paper Route.
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.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - Duct Tape Murder/Custody of
the Devil.
In Memphis, Sgts. Tony Mullins and Doreen Shelton get
caught in the rumor mill and must separate truth from
lies as they struggle to identify the two men who
robbed and killed a neighborhood drug dealer. And in
Miami, when a daughter discovers her mother's body,
Detectives Tamayo and Ruggerio search for the elusive
killer and learn that sometimes the harshest
punishment happens outside the law.

9-9:30pm -- Family Plots - Business is Dead. 
Days of constant rain, and a break for the Grim
Reaper, leave business dead at the mortuary. With too
much time on their hands, tensions rise, and trouble
comes to a head when absent minded Chuck is given a
cell phone. 

9:30-10pm -- Family Plots - The Web We Weave.
The gang brings in a woman to set up the mortuary's
first website, to attract new business. She gets to
know each of them personally as they help a family
deal with the death of their beloved father. While she
may have eyes for Rick, It's Chuck who really wants to
make an impression on her.

10-11pm -- Intervention - Corrine (#14).
Corinne is a pretty 18 year-old blonde girl who was an
honor roll student, star athlete and played the
clarinet and saxophone. She started using drugs at 14
after being sexually abused by a neighborhood boy who
babysat her. Still striving to move forward while
battling her addictions, she completed her GED and
began college, finishing two semesters before dropping
out. Now, Corinne has become addicted to a deadly
combination of heroin and crystal meth. Corinne likes
the "speedball effect" -- the dangerous result of
overlapping meth and heroin usage. Corinne is also a
diabetic who requires insulin, but she often skips her
doses because she is so high. After repeated trips to
the emergency room, her family is expecting, any
minute, to hear that they've lost her for good.


Monday, November 28, 2005

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Crimes of the KKK.
Klan leader Sam Bowers goes on trial for ordering the
murder of an African-American storeowner 32 years
prior, and investigators reopen the unsolved case of
an African-American truck driver who was forced to
leap to his death from a bridge by Klan members.

8-9pm -- The Child Sex Trade - 
A special report on how "pimp" organizations operate
and why they are able to reach into middle-class
America for their victims. To the eyes of a pimp,
nothing is more valuable than a teenager...the
younger, the better. Each year more than 300,000 kids,
boys and girls, are bought, sold, exploited, and
enslaved by child sex rings that stretch from
California to New York, up into Canada and throughout
the Midwest. We examine the problem of child sex in
America from an unusual perspective: through the eyes
of the children themselves. We provided video cameras
to several of the children involved in the sex
industry, instructing them to keep a video diary of
thier lives and experiences.

9-9:30pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - The Eyes Have It.
Victoria buys Robert an eye-opening birthday gift, and
he repays her generosity by driving her nuts. And
speaking of driving, Victoria decides to keep a closer
eye on Carmine and John by installing a tracking
device in their cars without their knowledge.

9:30-10pm -- GROWING UP GOTTI - Risky Business.
Everyone's an entrepreneur, as Frankie decides to open
a tanning salon and Victoria tries to get her own
magazine off the ground. Too bad for the both of them,
Frankie's in over his head. And if he can't step up
and pull it together, Victoria's going to have to do
both their jobs.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - Decision Time.
Southwest passengers are having problems all over the
country. A former Miss Delaware is heading to Chicago
for the Ms. International Pageant, but she's terrified
of flying. In Los Angeles, a woman expects to meet her
young son off a flight from the East Coast, but he's
nowhere to be seen. And in Baltimore, wedding planners
Molly and Marty miss their plane when they don't hear
a gate change announcement.

10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - Things That Go Bump at the
Professional ghostbuster Patti and her husband, Chuck,
are going to Alabama to check reports of a ghost
sighting. Patti senses spiritual activity at the
airport, too. At BWI, things are also scary because of
passenger Joe, who likes to use the Austin Powers
catchphrase, "Yeah, baby." and because he's got a big
wad of cash, which he starts distributing around the


Tuesday, November 29, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Duty, Honor .... and
David Graham and Diane Zamora seemed like the perfect
young couple. High School sweethearts, they were
headed for the Air Force Academy after graduating at
the top of their classes. But beneath their commitment
to the military and each other, they shared a dark
secret. On a December night in 1995, David and Diane
killed Adrianne Jones, a beautiful and popular girl
with whom David claimed to have had a sexual
encounter. In extraordinary jailhouse interviews,
David talks about the secret he and Diane would "carry
to their grave," and how it came to light. Sgt. Brad
Geary, the lead investigator, recalls how the case
finally broke, and lawyers involved in the trials
reveal how David and Diane turned on each other during
questioning. This is the twisted tale of two young
lovers whose sick attempt to "purify their love" led
them to spend the rest of their lives in jail.

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - Beauty Queen Killer/The
Forensic testing, unavailable at the time of the
murder, helps police solve the 20-year-old murder of a
California beauty queen; and two hairs pulled from a
bandana used in a double murder is the evidence that
police need to put the killer behind bars.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Suga on my Cuffs.
Dog and the team go after Kandice, AKA Candy, AKA
Suga, a stripper who didn't make her court appearance.
They convince one of her friends to lure her to a
supermarket parking lot, where Dog has an easy time
fetching the fetching young thing. But then Dog takes
a shine to Suga, and it hurts him to hand her over to
the law.

9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Son of Dog.
Dog and the team get their man, a fugitive named
Stuart, but only after a brawl. Later, Dog, Beth, and
Tim nab another fugitive, Josephine, after they find
her apparently peddling drugs on the streets of
Chinatown. In jail, Dog tries to talk some sense into
both Stuart and Josephine, but all he can do is hope
they'll see the light.

10-11pm -- Random 1 - Courage to Quit.
A cutting-edge, real-life series that follows the
successes and failures of a team of young idealists,
John and Andre, who set out to help people...the hard
way. In this episode we meet Cleveland and Gary.
Cleveland is unhappy at his job. And when Random 1
shows up and offers to help him, he unexpectedly
quits. Now the R1 teams has to get results, or
Cleveland will be jobless. Their journey is
complicated by Gary, a recovering heroin addict who
needs help getting home to his family in Ohio.


Wednesday, November 30, 2005

7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - The Perfect Murder: The
Shannon Mohr Story 
David Davis thought he found the perfect weapon: A
fatal drug that breaks down compounds in the human
body, including evidence of its own use. After a
whirlwind courtship and a Las Vegas wedding, the
marriage of David Davis and Shannon Mohr came to a
tragic end when she died, apparently by accident. But
Davis' comment that Shannon had no life insurance
policy contradicted something she had told her mother,
who convinced the sheriff's department to exhume the
body and perform an autopsy. When Davis got word of
his murder indictment, he led Florida investigators on
a nine-year manhunt. Ultimately, a tip called in after
an episode of Unsolved Mysteries led authorities to
Pago Pago, where Davis was working as a bush pilot.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - Big Island, Small
Dog has problems when he goes to a small town on the
Big Island of Hawaii to track down a fugitive. In a
small town, everyone knows everyone else's business,
making it impossible for Dog to hunt in secret. With
his every move exposed, Dog has a hard time bagging
his Big Island prey.

8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - A Walk on the Wild
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.

9-9:30pm -- Inked - Dizzle Redux.
Dizzle, H & H's favorite apprentice, is finally
stepping up to the plate, but his mentor, Thomas, is
starting to fade.

9:30-10pm -- Inked - Skindred Spirits & the Salute.
Timothy, who just flew back from Iraq, joins his
sister to get "Big Bro" and "Little Sis" tattoos.
Another man gets an Amsterdam coat of arms in memory
of his late father who was in a concentration camp.
Derek gets a tattoo of a space alien in honor of a
wheelchair-bound friend. And a New York City cop who
relocated to Las Vegas gets a tattoo tribute to his
friends who died on 9/11.

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Chicken.
Trying to prove which person is crazier, Criss and his
comedy magician good friend, the Amazing Jonathan
decide to play the ultimate game of chicken. Their
rivalry begins with a small paintball game and an
electric shock face off. Criss ups the ante daring
Amazing Jonathan to hit him with a car. Criss trains
with Mark Chadwick to learn how to deflect the impact
of a car. The competition culminates with Criss
standing in front of a brick wall as Amazing Jonathan
revs his engine. After one false run, Amazing Jonathan
barrels into Criss pushing through the brick wall. In
this episode, Criss also performs a knife test in a
sushi bar that could end his career.

10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - Buried Alive.
With the help of rocker and director Rob Zombie, Criss
reenacts his own funeral and attempts one of the most
dangerous escape stunts in magic history. The "Buried
Alive" demonstration proved fatal for "The Amazing Joe
Burras" a magician from Fresno, CA. The stunt was
successfully done by Banachek and Lance Burton who
both are helping Criss put his own twist on this
dangerous exercise. Rob Zombie will manacle Criss into
a coffin and help lower him six feet under, on the
Santa Clarita haunted house set of Rob's latest film
Devil's Rejects in front of a viewing audience.
Criss's grave is then filled with earth. With little
oxygen and even less time Criss must escape death and
slither out of solid ground.

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Note: Monty Python is now on only occasionally: "Meet a composer with the longest name imaginable, and the head of a chocolate company is asked about the inclusion of such ingredients as "crunchy frog" in his candies. The classic British comedy phenomenon of the 1970s, starring the six-man troupe of Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin."
Terry Jones' new series for A&E's History Channel is a semi-humorous 4-part look at truths and urban myths about the Middle Ages, illustrated by computer graphics and on-location scenery, seen Saturdays in early 2004

Episodes of the quirky Northern Exposure are on Hallmark Channel now, Monday-Friday. And episodes of the even quirkier "Twin Peaks" are sometimes on Bravo. Monstervision review & host segments of the Twin Peaks movie "Firewalk With Me."

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