'Dancing With the Stars' recap: seven couples perform
Letterman weds, but there's still single life on TV
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
Rosie's back with variety
Reputed Clemens' flame McCready on poker team
Back to the future for 'Lost,' others
'Idol Gives Back'
Jordin Sparks is the next American Idol
Honoring a princess
'MASN-plus' to be added; will HD be subtracted?
Say you, say me
Things you wish you didn't know
Time for holiday specials
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'Melrose' a changing place
'Valley Whirl' Review: Some very peculiar characters some funny, others nasty interact in the nicely interconnected "2 Days in the Valley."
Fall Projections Movies: Grown-up films crowd the screen schedule - so many of them that some will leave town unnoticed; Fall Movie Preview
DUMBED-DOWN AND DEADLY Current screen criminals can't hold a candle to Hannibal Lecter and his predecessors. Yesterday's brainy bad guys brought an icy intelligence to the evil they did -- today's naughty boys never get beyond Random Violence 101.
'What's up, Doc?' 51 times
They sure know how to hurt a guy Review: Makers of the film "Heaven's Prisoners" deserve a good whack with a pool cue for the stupidity they've unleashed.
Hot Teri Hatcher leaves other Lois Lanes behind
The alternatives to 'Homicide'
Guest stars shine tonight
'Marshal' finds home on Saturday night
With or without a trial, there's still prime time
It's borrowed time, but it's well-spent
Nonfiction dominates the air tonight
'Most Wanted' looks for 300th fugitive
'Charlie Brown Christmas' is the best
Look! In the sky! Changed Man!
Kennedy-Hannah nuptials altered by media fever?
The new lineup and the old standbys FALL TV PREVIEW
Arnolds vs. ABC: The saga goes on
'SUNDAY DINNER': EAT OUT Critic finds show pretty skimpy fare
Norman Lear has a new fighting family, but this one isn't funny