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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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Wednesday, February 1, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Will Smith
Grammy-winning recording artist, Academy
Award-nominated actor and dedicated philanthropist,
Will Smith continues his reign as one of the most
successful performers in Hollywood history. Equipped
with his parents' strong values and enough charm to
earn him the nickname "Prince," Smith's appeal extends
to virtually every demographic group, making him one
of the industry's most bankable performers. 
Behind-the-scenes footage from The Fresh Prince of Bel
Air, Enemy of the State and Independence Day and
interviews with family, friends and co-stars such as
Jada Pinkett Smith and James Avery reveal the
determination and strength of character that drives
one of the most bankable actors in Hollywood.

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 52 - 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 -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 17 - 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.
8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 24 - Bosco the
Clown 
Dog and the team get a big surprise after they track
down Bosco, a fugitive who they believe is addicted to
methamphetamines. They discover he's off drugs,
settling into a normal life with a new girlfriend, and
is very friendly. But despite their newfound fondness
for Bosco, business is business, and they hand him
over to the Hawaii police.

9-11pm -- Flight 93 - 
(2005 movie) The stirring story of the courageous passengers
on hijacked United Airlines Flight 93 who fought back
against the terrorists on 9/11, preventing a probable
attack on Washington, D.C. This heart-pounding film
includes the extraordinary communications that took
place between the passengers and their loved ones on
the ground, and between U.S. military and government
officials as they prepared to shoot the plane down, if
necessary. The passengers' actions prevented the plane
from becoming a guided missile that could have
destroyed the U.S. Capitol or the White House. Stars
Jeffrey Nordling, Ty Olsson, Colin Glazer and Brennan
Elliott. (2005) 3000 Names
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Thursday, February 2, 2006
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7-8pm -- Inside Story - Street Racing: The Need for
Speed.
A disturbing look at illegal street racing in Toronto.
The scene includes seedy hangouts, where auto racers
challenge each other and place bets, the garages,
where speed junkies build the ultimate power cars, and
the crash sites, where racers have died. 

8-9pm -- The First 48 - 17 - Hunt for Teeth/Coyote
Blue
In Kansas City, KS, Capt. John Cosgrove and his team
of homicide detectives must track down a man suspected
of beating his best friend to death with a cinder
block--before he can flee the country; Dets. Greg
Lawson and Mike York are hot on the trail of their
murder suspect they know only as "Teeth." 
9-10pm -- The First 48 - 24 - Deadly Attraction 
In his final case as a homicide investigator, Sgt. Joe
Schillaci teams up with Dets. Mayree Morin and Olga
Rome to solve a baffling murder of a man found
murdered in his bed. Schillaci and his team soon learn
the killer may be a worker for a traveling carnival.
They must enter into a murky and dangerous world of
"Carnies" to track down the elusive killer...before he
leaves town with the show.

10-11pm -- Dallas SWAT - 02 - Dallas SWAT
SWAT team negotiator Jake "JD" Byas faces the toughest
challenge of his career - dealing with an armed murder
suspect barricaded on a ledge who's threatening to
kill himself and anyone who tries to get him down.
Meanwhile, another SWAT team surrounds the home of a
drug dealer, but there's an 18-month-old baby inside.
The team knows that protecting the baby will mean
leaving themselves open to greater risk of injury when
they rush inside.

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Friday, February 3, 2006
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 011 - Lorena Bobbitt:
Women and Violence
Examines the highly charged issue of battered women.
Do they have the right to respond with violence, and
under what circumstances? Will the acquittal of Lorena
Bobbitt lead to an "open season" on men? And why are
women increasingly involved in drug and gang activity?

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Steve Martin
He was a "wild and crazy guy" and he starred in The
Jerk--so who knew that Steve Martin was going to
become one of Hollywood's most thoughtful performers,
capable of stepping into Spencer Tracy's shoes and
starring in a remake of Father of the Bride? This
2-hour profile of Martin chronicles his early career
as a hilarious stand-up comic and Saturday Night Live
host, and his later work in such sophisticated
comedies and light dramas as All of Me and Shopgirl.
We'll also look at Steve's other passions, which
include collecting art and writing, and his latest
film, a remake of The Pink Panther.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - John Belushi.
Story of the rapid rise and tragic death of the comic
genius who captured the nation's attention on Saturday
Night Live. Includes clips from Belushi's hit movies
and some of his funniest moments on TV, plus an
examination of the drugged-out lifestyle that led to
his death, and interviews with many of those who knew
him best. MonsterVision review & host segments for The Blues Brothers

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Saturday, February 4, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Joe Montana
Portrait of the football star regarded as the greatest
quarterback ever to play the game. Montana overcame
several career-threatening injuries, plus a challenge
to his job by a younger teammate, to guide the San
Francisco 49ers to four Super Bowl victories. Despite
the glory, Montana is a regular guy, low key and
uncomfortable in the spotlight.

7-8pm -- The First 48 - 37 - Dead Man Running/Crash 
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the
moment they are called. Their chance of solving a case
is cut in half if they don't get a lead in "The First
48". Each passing hour gives suspects more time to
flee, witnesses more time to forget what they saw, and
crucial evidence more time to be lost forever. Follow
detectives from around the country during these
critical hours as they race against time to find the
suspect. 

8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 91 - The
Tourniquet/Burning Desire
DNA evidence found on a murder victim whose body had
been dumped in a Dairy Queen drive-thru leads to the
arrest of Houston's notorious "tourniquet killer." And
after a young woman is found shot and burned in a
California olive orchard, investigators spend years
trying to pin the rap on the woman's boyfriend and his
cousin.
9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 82 - 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.

10-11pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 168 - A Mother's Story
Of Murder
A look at the case of Debra Jean Milke, on death row
in Arizona for arranging the murder of her 4-year-old
son. Prosecutors say Milke had the little boy killed
because she considered him an "inconvenience". But
Milke claims her conviction hinges on the unsupported
word of one police officer and the vengeful testimony
of embittered family members.

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Sunday, February 5, 2006
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7-8pm -- Crossing Jordan - 46 - Devil May Care
Macy (Miguel Ferrer) tries to lure a high-school
student into revealing his involvement in a satanic
murder. And Jordan (Jill Hennessy) overhears a murder
through the ventilation system in her office. Guest
stars include Brian Kimmet and Holly Gagnier-Guillod.
8-9pm -- Crossing Jordan - 47 - Slam Dunk
While serving as a juror in the trial of an alleged
cop killer, Jordan (Jill Hennessy) discovers that the
medical evidence is questionable, thwarting D.A.
Walcott's attempt to get a conviction. Then Macy
(Miguel Ferrer) is caught between the two women in his
life--Jordan and the D.A.--when both need his help in
proving which one of them is right. Guest star: Susan
Gibney.
9-10pm -- Crossing Jordan - 48 - 'Til Death Do Us Part
Jordan (Jill Hennessy) meets a former boyfriend who's
now a Catholic priest and presses him to break his vow
of secrecy and reveal what he knows about the death of
a woman. Meanwhile, Garret investigates a widow who
has suspiciously lost five husbands in just over a
decade. With Miguel Ferrer, Jerry O'Connell, and guest
star Anthony De Santis.

10-11pm -- Intervention - 01 - Alyson
Alyson, a three-time White House intern and an
award-winning student, met a boy in college who
initiated her into drugs. She is addicted to morphine
and crack and has returned to live with her parents.
She has no relationship with her sister Cara, with
whom she was once very close. Her sister doesn't trust
her, respect her, or want to see her. She is resentful
because Alyson's drug use is consuming the family. It
is risking her life and her father's life. This family
is in serious crisis and feel an intervention is their
only hope for Alyson.

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Monday, February 6, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 53 - The Merry Widow/The
Bad Cop
In 1983, Navy seamen Sonny Grotton left base for a
long weekend at home. But as he pulled into his
driveway, a gunman killed him. Find out how an
undercover agent proved the wife's involvement 15
years late. And in 1993, former state trooper Doug
Wright claimed his estranged wife shot and killed
herself in their home. Police suspected Doug because
he'd come to see Kimberly that night with divorce
papers, liquor, and the murder weapon. But they
couldn't prove he did...until eight years later.

8-9pm -- Flip This House - 06 - Too Good to Be True 
Ginger buys a house at auction that's sure to be a
winner...great price, great location, she even has a
buyer in hand! But when the demolition starts, Kevin
and the construction team realize there's more then a
just few problems lurking beneath the surface. It only
gets worse when the contractors go too far with
demolition and rip out more then they leave behind. As
the budget spirals out of control, feathers are
rustled when Dawn takes the reigns from Ginger - do
they really get into a fight? Anyone else would run
from this house but when Richard steps in, Team
Trademark shifts into high gear. And at the end of the
day, it's up to Ginger to sell the house and turn a
profit.

9-10pm -- Iceman Tapes: The Conversations with a
Killer - 
Infamous New Jersey killer Richard Kuklinski, charged
with over 100 murders, speaks candidly about himself
and the grisly murders he committed over decades for
the mob. Kuklinski was so cold-blooded and merciless
that he earned the nickname "Iceman." Interviewed by
Dr. Park Dietz, Kuklinski provides what is probably
the most detailed, most frightening description of the
life and mind of a hit man. 

10-11pm -- Rollergirls - 06 - Love Boat
Free spirited single mom Cha Cha pays the price for
her wild antics by being banned from skating in a bout
against her best friend Lunatic. With Cha Cha missing,
Venis Envy must overcome her self-doubt and fill the
shoes of her fallen Del Fuego.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 54 - Daddy Knows Best/Dawn
of the Dead
A detective works for 15 years to nab a man who
murdered his wife and dismembered her body to hide the
sexual abuse of his children. Then, 20 years after the
shooting murder of a gas station attendant, detectives
get a lead.

8-9pm -- Inside Story - Street Racing: The Need for
Speed.
A disturbing look at illegal street racing in Toronto.
The scene includes seedy hangouts, where auto racers
challenge each other and place bets, the garages,
where speed junkies build the ultimate power cars, and
the crash sites, where racers have died. 

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 32 - Cats & Dogs
Dog has only a few days to catch a woman nicknamed
Cats or forfeit Beth's $10,000 bond. But it won't be
easy - Cats is eight months pregnant, so Dog will have
to lure her in rather than risk a violent grab. A long
cat-and-mouse game unfolds as Dog tries to talk her
into surrendering without a fight.
9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 28 - 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?

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - 70 - Pushing the Limits
The scissors are out at Chicago Midway, but it's all
in a good cause. Charity Locks of Luv are asking
Southwest staffers to give ten inches of their hair
for sick children, and Colleen has volunteered. It's a
big day over at BWI, the latest addition to the fleet
is unveiled with a spectacular fly-by of Maryland One.
Airline founder Herb Kelleher in attendance. Up in the
terminal, it's business as usual for Gate Agent Dave,
who has to explain the oversell rule to some very
disgruntled passengers. And, Nicholas is on the hunt
for Sally, a missing elderly passenger, who is nowhere
to be found in the airport. When Nicholas discovers
she has Alzheimer's and is diabetic, it's time to
bring in the cops. It's a bachelor party extravaganza
for John and his friends, as they head to Vegas for
some serious skydiving.
10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - 45 - Takes Two To Tango
The problems of an odd couple of men, aged 70 and 90,
distract their fellow passengers; a man whose life was
saved by flight attendant Caroline Livingston returns
with his wife to express his thanks; a drunken
passenger passes out at the gate; and comedian Brian
Shiel tries out his humor on Southwest staffer Erlene,
who proves good at comedy comebacks.

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Wednesday, February 8, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Al Qaeda.
Take an astonishing journey around the globe and into
the heart of this terrorist organization's secret
world. From their beginning as "Arab Afghans" fighting
under the banner of Islam against Soviet Communism in
the 1980's, to this very moment in Iraq and elsewhere,
we examine their origins, aims, atrocities and
history. Delve into the personality of their leader
Osama Bin Laden, as well as his closest associates,
and discover the reasons why he and the group he leads
are the implacable enemy of America. Includes rare
footage of Bin Laden and his associates and FBI
surveillance tapes of terrorists in Sudan. Repeated @ 2pm

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 55 - The Killer's Tattoo
The murder of a 73-year-old man leads police on a long
chase for a man who's suspected of identity theft and
bears a rose tattoo with the name "Phyllis". When
caught, he ultimately agrees to a life sentence on the
condition that he can watch the Minnesota Vikings in
the Super Bowl on prison TV.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 37 - 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 - 29 - The Women of
Waikiki 
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.

9-9:30pm -- Inked - 06 - Busting Out
Vegas is proving to be too small a town for Thomas and
Carey who can't wait to head to Florida to scout out
the location for the new shop. But troubles from home
seem to follow them everywhere. Meanwhile back at the
shop, Quinn is looking to bust out in her own
particular way with a trip to the plastic surgeon.
9:30-10pm -- Inked - 21 - Traditional & Tributes
In this episode, traditional and tribute tattoos are
the taste of the day at Hart & Huntington. Artists Big
E and Jesse do a sparrow and a sacred heart
respectively and Josh does a tribute for Sean who lost
a firefighter buddy during 9/11. Matt Victor also does
two tats which mark new beginings for each of the
clients.

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - 02 - Levitation
Levitation is one of the oldest practices of conjurers
and fakirs, but "The World's Greatest Illusionist,"
Criss Angel, takes it to the streets in a 360-degree
demonstration of the power of defying gravity. He
will take a random stranger off the sidewalks of
Downtown Fremont Street in Las Vegas and float them
right in the middle of a crowd.
10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - 04 - SUV Nail
Bed
Lying on a bed of nails is an ancient Indian practice.
Having a 4½ ton SUV drive over your body while lying
on a bed of nails is crazy. Criss will take this
ancient practice and demonstrate his modern version
that his predecessors, both past and present, wouldn't
think about. Most nail bed demonstrations consist of
short nails spaced a maximum of one and a half inches
apart allowing for equal weight distribution. Using a
nail bed constructed of 8-inch nails, spaced 3 inches
apart, Criss will lie flat over the nails. Raising the
stakes higher, he will have an SUV Hummer drive on top
of him while he lies atop this suicide bed.

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Thursday, February 9, 2006
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7-8pm -- Inside Story - Street Racing: The Need for
Speed.
A disturbing look at illegal street racing in Toronto.
The scene includes seedy hangouts, where auto racers
challenge each other and place bets, the garages,
where speed junkies build the ultimate power cars, and
the crash sites, where racers have died. 

8-9pm -- The First 48 - 15 - Hostile Takeover/Shot in
the Back 
In Miami, homicide Sgt. Altarr Williams goes on an
adrenaline-charged hunt for a mysterious van seen
leaving the scene of a brutal murder. Then, Det.
Emiliano Tamayo and his partners must ID a nameless
victim gunned down in Little Havana; the case takes a
shocking turn when they discover the victim's
background.
9-10pm -- The First 48 - 38 - Close Ties/Last Call
For homicide detectives, the clock starts ticking the
moment they are called. Their chance of solving a case
is cut in half if they don't get a lead in "The First
48". Each passing hour gives suspects more time to
flee, witnesses more time to forget what they saw, and
crucial evidence more time to be lost forever. Follow
detectives from around the country during these
critical hours as they race against time to find the
suspect.

10-11pm -- Dallas SWAT - 05 - Dallas SWAT
Officers Steve Claggett and Rich Emberlin are called
out to help execute an arrest warrant on a gang of
suspected crack-cocaine dealers barricaded inside a
house. The SWAT team's tactical skills are put the
test as they overcome the barriers-to-entry put up by
the alleged dealers including reinforced steel cages,
video surveillance, booby traps and pit bulls. Steve
brings home the lessons that he uses to train rookie
SWAT officers when he takes his sons rock climbing and
teaches them to conquer their fears. Rich confronts a
whole different type of fear, the fear of commitment,
when he and his girlfriend Jeannene take their
relationship to new heights and sign up for flying
lessons together.

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Friday, February 10, 2006
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 209 - Murder by Mercedes
By now, most Americans have heard of Clara Harris, the
Texas dentist who killed her adulterous husband. In
July 2002, 44-year-old Clara Harris was arrested in
suburban Houston and charged with murder. Her weapon
of choice – a $70,000 Mercedes-Benz sedan. AMERICAN
JUSTICE: MURDER BY MERCEDES observes that no one
denies that Harris committed the murder. The question
is, to what degree should she be held responsible? Why
did she do it? Had there been mitigating
circumstances? The tail end of the crime was caught on
video: Clara's car driving in circles in the hotel’s
parking lot, seeming to twice run over her husband's
body. But what happened before the video came on the
scene? AMERICAN JUSTICE: MURDER BY MERCEDES delves
into Clara's personality and considers the recent news
of her husband's affair – a combination that led her
to murder. But the events leading up to the murder
were not as publicized. Is it possible that Clara, a
professional, successful woman leading a seemingly
perfect life, just decided one day to run over her
husband? 

8-10:30pm -- Batman Returns - 
Tim Burton directs this thoroughly entertaining
installment in the Batman series. This time, the Caped
Crusader (Michael Keaton) battles the comically
criminal Penguin (Danny DeVito) and has a love/hate
relationship with the delicious Catwoman (Michelle
Pfeiffer). Christopher Walken co-stars. (1992)

10:30-11pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - 09 - Building
Walk
One of the most dangerous stunts in the series, Criss
will lean over the side of the 55 floor Aladdin Hotel
in Las Vegas at unbelievable angles. But then even
more astonishing, he will walk down the side of the
building with out any wires, harness or safety
netting.

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Saturday, February 11, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Fred Gwynne.
Profile of the multi-talented stage and screen star,
radio performer, musician, singer, painter, and writer
and illustrator of children's books. Features clips
from Fred's most beloved TV series and movies,
including "Car 54, Where Are You?", The Munsters,
and "My Cousin Vinny", and talks with Al "Grandpa
Munster" Lewis, who just passed away this month.

11-1pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Steve Martin
He was a "wild and crazy guy" and he starred in The
Jerk--so who knew that Steve Martin was going to
become one of Hollywood's most thoughtful performers,
capable of stepping into Spencer Tracy's shoes and
starring in a remake of Father of the Bride? This
2-hour profile of Martin chronicles his early career
as a hilarious stand-up comic and Saturday Night Live
host, and his later work in such sophisticated
comedies and light dramas as All of Me and Shopgirl.
We'll also look at Steve's other passions, which
include collecting art and writing, and his latest
film, a remake of The Pink Panther.

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - 85 - San Diego, CA:
Badge of Dishonor
In December 1986, a young college student was found
murdered off a remote highway overpass in San Diego.
The thought of a killer roaming the freeways of
Southern California's sun-drenched urban paradise had
female drivers in the area wrought with fear. But
those fears were surpassed when residents learned that
not only was a killer stalking the streets, he was
also wearing a badge! Narrated by Paul Winfield.

8-10pm -- Lake Placid - 
Movie. When a man is eaten alive by an unknown
creature, the local Game Warden (Bill Pullman) teams
up with a paleontologist (Bridget Fonda) from New York
to find the beast. Add to the mix an eccentric
philanthropist with a penchant for "Crocs" (Oliver
Platt), and here we go! This quiet, remote lake is
suddenly the focus of an intense search for a
crocodile with a taste for live animals...and people!
(1999)

10-11pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 198 - What the Girl Saw
On June 6, 1998, between midnight and 6:30 a.m., a man
crept into 58-year-old Judith Johnson's home, and
raped and killed her--while her 6-year-old
granddaughter Brooke slept. Brooke told police that a
man who looked and sounded like "Uncle Clarence" did
it. Despite new evidence--including Brooke's
reidentifying a local resident, with a history of
violent sexual attack and a dead ringer for her uncle,
as the killer--Clarence Elkins' appeal was denied. His
wife vows to continue her fight to free him.

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Sunday, February 12, 2006
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7-8pm -- 24 - 34 - 5:00pm/6:00pm
Palmer helps Jack get away from Nina; Jack learns the
commandos who attacked him may have been sent by the
NSA; Kim and Miguel try to get away from the police;
Mason sinks into nostalgia as his time grows short;
Reza helps CTU agents search Bob's computer files.
8-9pm -- 24 - 35 - 6:00pm/7:00pm
Jack and Kate go to a mosque to look for Syed Ali;
Mason and Tony learn Marie shot Reza; Kim hides from
the police in the woods; Palmer arrests Stanton and
brings in a torture specialist to question him.

9-10pm -- INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS™ - The Iceman Tapes:
Conversations with a Killer
Infamous New Jersey killer Richard Kuklinski, charged
with over 100 murders, speaks candidly about himself
and the grisly murders he committed over decades for
the mob. Kuklinski was so cold-blooded and merciless
that he earned the nickname "Iceman." Interviewed by
Dr. Park Dietz, Kuklinski provides what is probably
the most detailed, most frightening description of the
life and mind of a hit man.

10-11pm -- Intervention - 16 - Adam & Michael
Adam, who began using heroin after his girlfriend
broke up with him, panhandles money at gas stations to
get enough money to score. His family is "hanging on
by a thread" and desperate for intervention help.
Michael is a violent son who holds his family hostage
with his rage. Truly in crisis, his family will do
anything to stop living in terror.

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Monday, February 13, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 56 - The Green River
Killer
The story of the nearly 20-year hunt for the man
responsible for the murders of 49 prostitutes and
other women in the Seattle, Washington area. With full
access to the detectives on the Green River Task
Force, family members of victims, and the forensic DNA
analysts who helped break the case, we reveal how the
murderer, who may be the deadliest serial killer in
American history, was finally collared.

8-9pm -- Flip This House - 08 - It's a Rat Race 
In this episode Ginger secures an amazing house at the
Greenville auction--a 6,000 square foot premiere
property in an exclusive community. It's a total steal
and an opportunity that doesn't come around often for
Trademark Properties to flip a truly luxurious
property. Richard C. Davis brings in the big guns for
this house, hires a high-end contractor and makes a
commitment to go "all-out" on the design. When the
team discovers that more than a few "unfriendly
critters" have been living in the house, they are
forced to spend more money then expected to get behind
the walls. We'll bet you've never seen a rat that big
before! Watch for special appearances by Ryan
Langerhans from the Atlanta Braves, Doug Davis from
the Milwaukee Brewers and the Greenville Symphony
Orchestra.

9-10pm -- Skinheads USA: Soldiers of the Race War:
America Undercover - 
This documentary takes you inside to an actual
neo-Nazi Skinhead organization for a extended look at
the methods and mentality that fuel the White Power
youth movement in America. Focusing on the
Alabama-based Aryan National Front and its leader,
Bill Riccio, this special features behind-the-scenes
footage of group members in their rural commune, at a
series of White Power rallies, at a cross-burning
Skinhead/KKK "Unification Rally," and on the brink of
extinction following the arrest of Riccio. 

10-11pm -- Rollergirls - 07 - Punky Needs a Life
Punky Bruiser struggles to find purpose in her life
while Sister Mary Jane wrestles with her decision to
retire.

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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 57 - A Hitchhike to
Murder/Never Forgotten
Police must wait nearly 30 years before advances in
DNA technology give them the chance to convict the
killer of a young hitchhiker, and Philadelphia police
wage a 16-year hunt for the man who raped and killed a
10-year-old girl.

8-9pm -- The Dark Side of Parole - 
A look at the growing debate over whether parole
boards are too quick to release dangerous criminals.
Features the cases of a parolee who raped and killed a
coed and an ex-inmate who was released "cold turkey"
because of prison overcrowding and then murdered a
woman.

9-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - For the Love of Dog:
Luau Special
Dog and his team gather for a very special "Dog Style"
Hawaiian luau to re-live the series' most dramatic
captures, wildest hunts, and most humorous moments.
While enjoying a traditional Luau set against the
stunning mountains and beaches of Hawaii, Dog, Beth
and the rest of the team recall the their favorite
moments from the series' first two seasons. These
highlights include everything from Dog and Beth's
biggest fights to their sweetest make-ups, from the
most dangerous arrests to the funniest felons -- with
stops along for Dog's favorite "Dogisms," Beth's best
piece of advise as well as the team's silliest
practical joke.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - 63 - 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.
10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - 60 - 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.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Hulk Hogan.
Get ready to rumble as we present the low-down on the
real man behind the wrestling superstar--shy
schoolboy, marketing genius who turned wrestling into
a billion-dollar industry, and tireless worker for
children's charities. Fellow wrestlers "Nasty Boy"
Brian Knobs and "Brutus Beefcake" Ed Leslie offer
their views on "Hulkamania". Repeated @ 2pm

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 58 - The DNA Link/The
Secret Slide
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.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 38 - Big Island,
Small Town
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 - 02 - 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 - 18 - The Proposal and the
Impersonator
Scott, grieving over the passing of his fiancé, Dana,
gets a tattoo portrait of her. Matt gives Jason, a
hairdresser, tattoos of an exploding hairdryer and
shears. And artist Josh Carey sponsors Josh Hanson,
whom he says is the next big motocross star. Hanson
gets an intricate "Blessed" tattoo because he feels
he's been blessed in life.
9:30-10pm -- Inked - 10 - Get a Leg Up, Thomas
Thomas is commissioned to "tattoo" a model's
prosthetic leg, but every time he goes to put brush to
limb, something comes up and the leg is put on the
shelf. Over time that proves to be a bit of a problem,
because the woman needs it back. But just when Thomas
is finally about to get down to business, an
unexpected event throws him for a loop and the fate of
the leg is put into question.

10-10:30pm -- Criss Angel MindFreak - 17 - 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 - 03 - Wine
Barrell Escape
Master Magician Lance Burton helps host as Criss
performs his homage to the Great Houdini. Determined
to go beyond Houdini, Criss devised a plan to top
Houdini's 1908 milk can escape by locking himself
inside a wine barrel filled with water hanging over 8
stories above the ground all while being handcuffed.
Complications arise such as the water temperature, the
size of the wine barrel, the amount of time Criss is
able to hold his breath under water, and the fact the
barrel will plummet to the earth after the 2-minute
timer runs out. Criss will also make a couple
experience déjà vu.
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Thursday, February 16, 2006
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7-8pm -- The Dark Side of Parole -
A look at the growing debate over whether parole
boards are too quick to release dangerous criminals.
Features the cases of a parolee who raped and killed a
coed and an ex-inmate who was released "cold turkey"
because of prison overcrowding and then murdered a
woman.

8-9pm -- The First 48 - 05 - 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.

9-10pm -- The First 48 - 19 - Roadside Burning/Blood
Ties
In Dallas, a motorist passing along a highway
discovers a man's body with a knife wound to the chest
and his genitals burnt up; the shocking riddle of this
scene propels the detectives on an odyssey through a
rowdy world of Texas prostitutes and drugs. And when a
hard working Mexican migrant supporting his young
family is found dead in an apartment complex parking
lot, detectives can't find a motive. As their
investigation deepens, the detectives must navigate
through a complex web of family ties to identity the
killer...and catch him before he can flee across the
border to Mexico.

10-11pm -- Dallas SWAT - 03 - Dallas SWAT
Randy Lancaster and his team try to bust a house of
prostitution, but they don't know if anyone inside is
armed or if there are hostages. After intense
negotiations fail, the team has no choice but to go
in. Meanwhile, Andre Taylor confronts a man in an SUV
who's holding a gun to his head and threatening to
kill himself. Taylor has a lot going on in his
personal life as well, as he tries to raise three
young children after his recent divorce.

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Friday, February 17, 2006
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 155 - The Atlanta Child
Murders
Is Wayne Williams the monster responsible for killing
29 African Americans between 1979 and 1981? Or did the
prosecution in Williams' trial withhold evidence that
white supremacists were responsible? This in-depth
probe explores the continuing controversy over the
infamous Atlanta child murders that shocked the
nation. We'll hear from the prosecutors, the defense
attorney, a mother of one of the victims, and
Williams, who keeps fighting for a new trial after
nearly two decades in prison.

8-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - The Brady Bunch.
This fun-filled look back at the classic TV sitcom
includes some of its funniest moments, commentary from
pop culture critics and fashion experts who talk about
the show's impact on society, behind-the-scenes
footage shot by the cast members themselves, and even
a visit to a real-life Brady family. Also features
interviews with the show's creators and stars Florence
Henderson, Barry Willilams, Christopher Knight, Mike
Lookinland, Susan Olsen, and Robbie Rist.

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - William Shatner.
He commanded the Starship Enterprise on Star Trek, he
locked up bad guys in T.J. Hooker, and he even found
us cheap hotel rooms as the priceline.com pitchman.
What a guy! He's William Shatner, the actor who's
found many ways to stay in the public eye for decades,
even spoofing his overblown acting style in a way far
more hip than desperate. This profile looks at
Shatner's long and successful career, which now
includes a starring role on the hit series Boston
Legal. Interviews include: Leonard Nimoy, James
Spader, Candice Bergen, and Patrick Stewart; Shatner's
favorite impersonator actor/comedian Kevin Pollak; TV
Guide's Matt Roush; Robert Schnakenberg, author of the
Encyclopedia Shatnerica; daughters Lisabeth and
Leslie, his wife Elizabeth and Shatner himself.

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Saturday, February 18, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Willie Nelson.
Follows the life of the great country star from
childhood during the Depression to early honky-tonk
days and stardom through his stormy marriages and IRS
troubles. Willie's latest song is a spoof of the movie
"Brokeback Mountain" (why do you think cowboys are
into leather?)

10-11am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Johnny Cash 
Rags-to-riches story of the son of a poor cotton
farmer who learned guitar while in the Air Force
during the Korean War. Without musical education, he
rose to the top of the country-western world and
proved himself an accomplished actor in several films.
Highlights include interviews with daughter Rosanne
and rock star Tom Petty.

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - 48 - Chattanooga:
Dangerous Trespassing
When three visitors to Signal Mountain are murdered in
the woods, suspicion falls on Frank Casteel, who liked
to threaten trespassers with his shotgun. Includes an
interview with Casteel's former mistress, who wore a
wire to gather evidence against him. Paul Winfield
narrates.

8-11pm -- Jaws 
(movie) Steven Spielberg's masterpiece about a beach
community terrorized by a man-eating great white
shark. When it premiered in 1975, it became the
must-see film of the year, and practically invented
the summer blockbuster movie. Now, over 25 years
later, it's just as scary and entertaining as ever.
Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, Robert Shaw, and
Murray Hamilton star. (1975)

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Sunday, February 19, 2006
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7-8pm -- 24 - 36 - 7:00pm/8:00pm
Jack interrogates Syed Ali; Kate learns of Marie's
involvement; Lynne learns of Sherry's connection to
Stanton; Kim is rescued by a hunter in the woods.
8-9pm -- 24 - 37 - 8:00pm/9:00pm
Jack arrives at the airfield and locates the bomb; Kim
takes refuge with a survivalist; Stanton reveals that
he's had a special operations team tracking the bomb
for several weeks.

9-10pm -- Skinheads USA: Soldiers of the Race War:
America Undercover -
This documentary takes you inside to an actual
neo-Nazi Skinhead organization for a extended look at
the methods and mentality that fuel the White Power
youth movement in America. Focusing on the
Alabama-based Aryan National Front and its leader,
Bill Riccio, this special features behind-the-scenes
footage of group members in their rural commune, at a
series of White Power rallies, at a cross-burning
Skinhead/KKK "Unification Rally," and on the brink of
extinction following the arrest of Riccio.

10-11pm -- Intervention - 17 - Heidi and Michelle
Heidi leads a busy social life and takes great pride
in maintaining her health and personal appearance.
Unfortunatley, she is addicted to plastic surgery and
compulsive shopping. She cites that while she was
raped at the age of 16, she blames no one for her need
to "fill the void." Suffering the loss of her father
and sexual molestation at the hand of her cousin at a
young age, once bright student Michelle turned to drug
use. Michelle has admitted to trading sex for drugs
and uses methamphetamine intravenously. Her mother is
afraid that at any moment Michelle will shoot up for
the last time.

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Monday, February 20, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 59 - Death before "I
Do"/Hollywood Homicide
Police crack a cold case of murder when a mysterious
woman calls to say that her boyfriend is the killer;
and the murder of a woman in 1998 provides clues to
the 1988 murder of actress Myra Davis, a stand-in for
Janet Leigh in the movie "Psycho".

8-9pm -- Flip This House - 02 - The Stakeout
Richard and the Trademark team take a chance and buy a
small house that hasn't been opened in 5 years. The
owner, who grew up with her parents in the house,
couldn't bear to go back inside after her parents
passed away. Now, after so many years of neglect,
Richard promises to restore the house back to its
original glory. Construction goes as planned until the
crew discovers that things have been stolen from the
house during the night. Taking the law into their own
hands, Kevin and Richard set up a stake out to catch a
thief. We also meet Lori who is filling in for Dawn as
the Project Coordinator. It's an uphill battle for her
though as none of the crew believes she can do the
job. Can Lori overcome all the mishaps and stressful
situations and meet the deadline for the open house?

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

10-11pm -- Rollergirls - 08 - Orange
Frankie and Lux finally decide to move in together
when Frankie finds a non traditional art space on the
East Side. Along with new roommates Venis and Palmer, 
Frankie and Lux attempt to put on an art show. New
girl, Lucky Harm prepares for her first bout with the
Cherry Bombs as Hades tries to convince her to join
the Holy Rollers.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 60 - Blood Money/Precious
Doe
Testimony about the growth of larvae in dead bodies
helps convict the man who stabbed a couple to death
and strangled their 4-year-old daughter in 1993. And
the 2001 murder of a young girl, whose head was cut
off and stuffed in a trash bag, remains unsolved.

8-9pm -- Murder on the Tracks -
From the Civil War to the Depression, millions hopped
freight trains, living a hobo life. But hobos are
being replaced by thugs and gangs that are turning
railways into Crime Central. Meet retired cop Bob
Grandinetti, who spent 15 years tracking the FTRA
(Freight Train Riders of America), an underground
fraternity that grew from a group of hobos into a
violent gang.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 31 - Big Bags and
Boxers
Dog is out to make two grabs on two islands in one
day. Part of the team is dispatched to Kona to nab a
woman who skipped her court date. Meanwhile, Dog and
the others hunt Patrick, a fugitive who's fighting in
an Extreme Boxing event on the Big Island. Patrick
will fight in a steel cage, and that gives Dog a great
chance to catch him because when the fight's over
there'll be nowhere for Patrick to run!
9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 04 - 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.

10-10:30pm -- AIRLINE - 61 - Let's Face the Music and
Dance
Ballroom dancers, Brian and Svetlana, are on their way
to Austin for a major dance competition. But with time
to kill at LAX, they make the most of the space to
practice their routines in the airport. Elsewhere,
Mike has bumped into Emily who just can't stop
dancing. She's strapped to her walkman and shakin' her
stuff to the amusement and amazement of the rest of
the terminal. Yolanda has an admirer in the form of
Casanova Ace, who's written a rap dedicated just to
her. Over at Houston, Corey's $1500 dollar
Stratocaster guitar is the only piece of luggage
missing from the afternoon Albuquerque flight. And at
Chicago, Dwight can't get on his flight to Orlando; he
may have had too much to drink while waiting, and
Supervisor Janice is not in the mood for leniency.
Dwight may have to have to find another way to
Florida.
10:30-11pm -- AIRLINE - 62 - 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.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Nat King Cole
Portrait of the great singer whose husky velvet voice
sold tens of millions of records. Includes a look at
his battles with racism, his song hits ("Mona Lisa",
"Unforgettable"), and candid interviews with family
members and music business colleagues. Repeated @ 2pm

7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 61 - Unholy Bible/A
Daughter's Justice
The cold case of a Texas woman's murder is solved when
the killer's plan to murder another woman and stuff
her into a duffel bag goes awry; and an intrepid
reporter doing a story on unsolved homicides helps
crack a case of murder that had been ruled an
accidental death.

8-8:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 33 - Destiny Love
Dog is in for a big surprise after he catches a
fugitive named Jonaven in a sting operation. In a
teary heart-to-heart talk, Dog finds out that
Jonaven's father was killed in a shoot-out with police
when Jonaven was only 9. Dog then realizes that he
knew the father, and feels compelled to plead with
Jonaven to straighten himself out and lead a better
life.
8:30-9pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 05 - Bounty
Hunters Have Hearts, Too
Once a criminal himself, Dog knows how it feels to be
hunted. In this episode of our series that focuses on
the tumultuous home and professional life of bounty
hunter Dwayne "Dog" Chapman, he and the team delve
into the depths of Honolulu's Chinatown as they search
for a young Samoan girl who's gone down the wrong
path. After a frustrating day of hunting, Dog must
shift gears to fulfill his suburban Dad obligations by
attending his daughter's school play.

9-9:30pm -- Inked - 20 - Cover-Ups and Pin-Ups
Tattos are the name of the game at H&H tattoo company.
After four years of sobriety, Brandi decides to get
the AA symbol on her back to remind her of her battle
with drugs and alcohol. Marc gets the eyes of his
children on his back to honor his blood. Teshona and
Krista both get cover-ups that make their old tattoos
something better. Last, but not least Shaun gets a
pin-up girl on his arm by artist Josh.
9:30-10pm -- Inked - 11 - Old School Vs. New School
It's a clash of tattoo styles when old school artist
Clark butts heads with the new guy, Twig. 

10-11pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Simon Cowell.
Profile of the smarmy, abrasive, and popular British
judge from the hit TV series American Idol. Includes
some of the most outrageous putdowns of Idol
contestants by "Mr. Nasty", the story of how he became
a successful music promoter before making it big on
TV, and interviews with girlfriend Terri Seymour and
Idol costars Paula Abdul, Randy Jackson, and Ryan
Seacrest.

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Thursday, February 23, 2006
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7-8pm -- Murder on the Tracks -
(repeat, see description above)

8-9pm -- The First 48 - 01 - Body in the Park/Ruby
Street Shooting
In Philadelphia, Sergeant Irma Labrice and Detectives
Leon Lubiejewski and Michael Gross don't have much
time to find a murder suspect, and they don't have
much to go on--the victim's body was burned beyond
recognition. Meanwhile, on the other side of town,
Detective Bill Kelhower and his team must gather
enough physical evidence to crack a murder case
because the witnesses to the crime aren't talking.
9-10pm -- The First 48 - 04 - Blood in the Snow/Swope
Park Killing
In Kansas City, two veteran detectives tackle a
mysterious case of a young woman brutally murdered in
a snowy cul-de-sac; and a female homicide sergeant and
her all-male team investigate the murder of a man shot
and dumped in a bucolic park. As these detectives race
against time during the critical first hours of their
investigations, they must enter a dark subculture of
drugs, guns, and buried safes.

10-11pm -- Dallas SWAT - 04 - Dallas SWAT
When a car used to rob a large cache of assault rifles
is found parked outside a house in a Dallas suburb,
the SWAT team is called in. Senior Corporal Christian
D'Alesandro, a sniper, must call out a possibly armed
and dangerous suspect from his home. But when a young
boy exits the house, the SWAT officers are immediately
forced to react to this unexpected event in order to
protect the boy. On the home front, we meet
Christian's beautiful 17-year old daughter; she is
getting ready to leave for college and Christian is
struggling to let go. Meanwhile, Senior Corporal Steve
Claggett takes us on a dangerous raid of an alleged
meth house in a rural outpost of Dallas. The suspect
is said to have built tunnels throughout his property
for getaways. Later, Steve must execute a narcotics
warrant on a FEMA apartment complex full of hurricane
Katrina evacuees, where a few alleged drug dealers are
trying to do business.

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Friday, February 24, 2006
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7-8pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - 235 - Serial Wife
A woman who had been married 10 times, sometimes
committing bigamy, goes on trial for murdering her
last husband. In court, the prosecution produces a
surprise witness who says he saw the victim alive at
the time the prosecution said he was dead. Will the
jury buy his story?

8-9pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Gene Simmons.
Meet Gene Simmons, the rowdy co-founder of KISS, one
of the most successful rock'n'roll bands in American
history, and see how he's managed to outlast,
outthink, and outplay most other rock stars by
parlaying his success into books, movies, real estate,
TV, publishing, and merchandising. We join the
outrageous, blood-spitting "Demon" on tour and at a
party celebrating his new solo album.

9-10pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ozzy Osbourne.
A no-holds-barred look at the flamboyant and often
outrageous life of the lead singer and songwriter of
Black Sabbath, the group that pioneered heavy metal
music. Ozzy, the self-styled "Prince of Darkness,"
talks frankly about his past indiscretions and The
Osbournes, the reality TV show that made him a
household name. Also features interviews with Elton
John, Jay Leno, Simon Cowell, Black Sabbath, Marilyn
Manson, and Ozzy's wife, Sharon, and three children.

10-12am -- Playboy's Celebrity Centerfolds -
What do Marilyn Monroe, Suzanne Somers, Pam Anderson,
Anna-Nicole Smith, and Carmen Electra all have in
common? Their show business careers were launched or
taken to new heights by appearing in Playboy magazine.
This two-hour special looks at the careers of the many
beauties who started out unknown but made the move
from the pages of Playboy to starring roles in TV and
movies.

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Saturday, February 25, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Jane Fonda.
Portrait of the Oscar winner, anti-Vietnam War
activist, ex-Hollywood sex kitten, ex-wife of
billionaire Ted Turner, daughter of screen legend
Henry Fonda, and head of a multi-million-dollar
exercise empire. Interviews with Robert Redford, Jon
Voight, Lily Tomlin, and brother Peter Fonda, plus
rare home movies and clips from such films as 9 to 5,
On Golden Pond, and Klute illuminate this look at one
of the 20th century's most captivating, controversial,
and chameleonic figures. Monstervision review and 
host segments for Barbarella

1-2pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Andre the Giant.
Tale of the poor French farm boy who became the most
famous professional wrestler in the world. Due to a
disorder that produces continual growth, Andre was
7'5" tall and weighed 450 pounds.

2-3pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Gene Simmons (repeat, see above)
3-4pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Ozzy Osbourne (repeat, see above)

7-8pm -- CITY CONFIDENTIAL® - 46 - Akron: Brother
against Brother
The tycoons of the "Rubber Capital of the World" are
shocked when a fellow multi-millionaire is murdered
and the trail leads to a voluptuous go-go dancer, a
hired killer, and the dead man's own family. Narrated
by Paul Winfield.
8-9pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 99 - The Closers/Caught by
an Eyelash
A bloody dagger and a phone tap help detectives solve
a 20-year-old murder case. And DNA taken from an
eyelash found on a dead prostitute's body brings a
killer to justice.
9-10pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 102 - Caught on Tape/A
Son Remembers
A video tape made at an ATM machine helps police in
Louisville, KY, to nab a man suspected of raping 13
women. And a DA investigator in Georgia helps crack a
murder case that his father, a police chief, first
worked on 30 years before.

10-11pm -- AMERICAN JUSTICE® - Who Killed Hannah Hill?
In May of 1999, 18-year-old Hannah Hill left her Ohio
home and never returned. Six days later, police found
her body in the trunk of her car, beaten, strangled
and possibly raped. Hill's horrible fate may have
stemmed, at least in part, to the failure of police to
process a missing person’s report for more than 48
hours after Hill’s mother filed it. During that time,
calls about an illegally parked car came in, but were
not linked to Hill’s disappearance. Once her body was
discovered, additional mistakes and oversights by the
officers on duty ultimately allowed the murderer to be
acquitted without a single witness being hauled into
court. From the early investigation to the trial, this
is the story of how the justice system fatally failed
Hannah Hill.

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Sunday, February 26, 2006
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Noon-1pm -- BIOGRAPHY® - Stephen King.
Amazing life of the "master of the macabre", whose
stories have terrified readers and movie fans
worldwide. Tracks King's life from his days as a Maine
school teacher, his prolific work as author of Cujo,
The Shining, Carrie, Misery, and other terror
classics, and the 1999 accident that nearly ended his
writing career.

7-8pm -- 24 - 40 - 11:00pm/12:00am
Jack joins Michelle in trying to prove the
authenticity of Ali's incriminating recording before
Palmer can launch World War III; Kim is involved in a
scuffle at a convenience store that signals the
beginnings of mass panic at the bomb blast.
8-9pm -- 24 - 41 - 12:00am/1:00am
Jack joins forces with Yusuf and turns Kate over to
the missing Coral Snake commando; Kim escapes the
convenience store; Palmer refuses to go ahead with his
war plans until he gets Jack's ruling on whether or
not evidence against the three Middle Eastern
countries is genuine.

9-11pm -- Lake Placid -
(movie) When a man is eaten alive by an unknown
creature, the local Game Warden (Bill Pullman) teams
up with a paleontologist (Bridget Fonda) from New York
to find the beast. Add to the mix an eccentric
philanthropist with a penchant for "Crocs" (Oliver
Platt), and here we go! This quiet, remote lake is
suddenly the focus of an intense search for a
crocodile with a taste for live animals...and people!
(1999)

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Monday, February 27, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 62 - 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 -- Flip This House - 12 -
Team Trademark takes on a house in the sleepy area of
Rock Hill, South Carolina. On paper it's a home run:
great community, on a golf course, and an easy fix.
But, when contractors start to get out of hand and the
invoices start rolling in, Richard has to step in a
set things straight. If you've ever thought about
getting into the real estate business this is an
episode not to be missed. Learn some of the
intricacies of hiring and handling contractors, what
to look out for, and what to be aware of--before you
get the final bill.

9-10pm -- Confronting Evil: America Undercover -
A son confronts the killer of his mother. A mother
confronts the murderer of her only daughter. A man
confronts the robber who shot him for no reason. In
three extraordinary face-to-face meetings, victims and
criminals confront the evil that devastated their
lives. Held at the prisons in which the criminals are
currently incarcerated, these three confrontations are
part of a new mediation program that offers a new way
of dealing with crime and its aftermath.

10-11pm -- Rollergirls - 09 - Searching for Ann
Calvello
The girls set out to San Francisco on a quest to meet
their hero, the rollerderby legend, Ann Calvello. Back
in Austin, Punky Bruiser decides to brave the stage
and try her hand at stand up comedy.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2006
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7-8pm -- COLD CASE FILES® - 63 - Weepy-Voiced
Killer/The "Mr. Big" Sting
A prostitute who fights off a screwdriver-wielding man
helps police track down a serial killer; and
undercover agents acting as mobsters conduct an
elaborate sting operation to solve a murder case that
had gone cold for years.

8-9pm -- San Francisco Vice -
An inside look at the work of the San Francisco Vice
Squad. Cameras go with cops as they make arrests,
conduct stakeouts, and go undercover to nab
prostitutes, johns, and drug dealers.

9-9:30pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 21 - No Ice in
Paradise
Dog and his team fight the war on ice - crystal
methamphetamine - on many fronts. They appear on a
special anti-drug float in a parade. Then they go
after bail-jumping Pana, a convicted drug dealer with
a reputation for being a member of the deadly
California gang, the Bloods. They get help from a
woman who has a score to settle with the fugitive, and
she offers to help Dog lay a trap for Pana and spring
it at midnight in Chinatown.
9:30-10pm -- Dog the Bounty Hunter - 39 - Jonah is
Missing
Dog and the team begin their day by judging the local
elementary school's talent show, where they declare
all the kids to be winners. Then Dog goes on his next
case, which involves Bobby, who's been on parole for
three months pending sentencing on an assault charge.
Bobby's girlfriend wants him back in jail, and Dog
agrees that the Bobby needs to be behind bars. But
when Bobby resolves a tense standoff at his parents'
house by surrendering, Dog's opinion of him changes.
He sees that Bobby, like all of us, is really both
good and bad, rolled into one.

10-12am -- Murderball -
(movie) This film will shatter every stereotype you've
ever had about what it's like to be handicapped. It's
the story of three quadriplegics who get into armored
wheelchairs to play the no-holds-barred, violent game
of wheelchair rugby. The three are Joe Soares, who was
crippled by childhood polio; Mark Zupan, who was
disabled after a drunken driving accident; and Keith
Cavill, who was injured in a motocross mishap. Cameras
follow the men into the locker rooms, arenas,
bedrooms, hospitals, and hotels where they live and
play and show how they rebuilt their lives and refused
to give in to self-pity even after their bodies had
been crushed. (2005)
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Wednesday, March 1, 2006
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8-9am -- BIOGRAPHY® - Sylvester Stallone.
Profile of the actor whose life story is similar to
his greatest screen creation, boxer Rocky Balboa. 
Though he's best known as an actor, he's a successful
writer, director and artist as well. He's also a
sculptor - of his own body. His incredible physique
set a new standard for action heroes. Like Rocky, his
story is one of a man triumphing over incredible odds.
This revealing profile will explore the many facets of
Sylvester Stallone through film clips, behind the
scenes footage and exclusive interviews. With full
participation from Sly himself, the result is a
unique, intimate and exciting portrait of this
Hollywood icon that is not to be missed (repeated @ 2pm)
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