||Volume 68, Issue 56,
Tuesday, November 12, 2002
Arts & Entertainment
Stefani, J. Lo top week of good TV
What to Watch
What do Gwen Stefani, Avril Lavigne and J. Lo all have in common?
Besides being rich, mega-rock stars, they are all on some of the best shows
on television this week. Tune in and see for yourself.
So now that the cast of That 70is Show are all reportedly earning
six-figure salaries, the show can afford to use really expensive props
like the hideous ring Donna gives Eric in tonightis episode (FOX, 7 p.m.).
I guess thatis just one of the perks of being on a hot TV show.
If youire still bummed out about not being able to catch No Doubt
when the band rocked Houston a few weeks ago, then you are in luck.
On Dawsonis Creek, the gang scores tickets to see the band in concert
(WB, 7 p.m.). Three live songs will be featured from footage shot at the
Oct. 20th Worcester, MA show.
Just in case youire wondering about the life of everyoneis favorite
pop diva, Jennifer Lopez, check out Diane Sawyeris Prime Time Live interview
when she just might reveal juicy details of her new romance and engagement
to Ben Affleck (ABC, 9 p.m.).
Donit miss one of the seasonis funniest episodes on Friends (NBC,
7 p.m.). In an effort to get baby Emma to calm down, Ross sings a raunchy
rap lullaby, if you want to call it that.
On CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a boxing heavyweight is accidentally
knocked out dead, but the crew suspects murder was the plan all along (CBS,
Avril Lavigne performs on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, which finds
Sabrina in a debacle with a hot night club singer (WB, 7:30 p.m.).
So if you missed last weekis episode of The Sopranos all you
need to know is that Ralphie is a goner (HBO, 8 p.m.). Yes, the show tricked
us all by whacking a main character in mid-season.
Now that heis gone the rest of the crew is wondering if it could
happen to them, and of course, who did it. Tune in this week as things
get sticky with the NYC crew and relations between Furio and Carmela start
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