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Thread: Retro: New York City — Tuesday, September 11, 2001

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    Retro: New York City — Tuesday, September 11, 2001

    September 11, 2001

    Channels:
    2—WCBS (CBS)
    4—WNBC (NBC)
    5—WNYW (Fox)
    7—WABC (ABC)
    9—WWOR (UPN)
    11—WPIX (The WB)
    13—WNET (PBS)
    21—WLIW (PBS)
    31—WPXN (Pax TV)

    MORNING

    4 am
    4—Access Hollywood
    (Pat O'Brien, Nancy O'Dell)
    5—Mad About You
    9—Home Shopping
    21—Destinations: Worldwise

    4:30
    2—CBS Morning News
    (Julie Chen)
    4—Early Today
    (Nanette Hansen)
    5—Paid Programming
    7—World News This Morning
    (Derek McGinty)

    5:00
    2—CBS 2 News
    4—Today in New York
    5—Roseanne
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News This Morning
    11—WB11 News at 10
    (Repeat)
    13—GED Connection

    5:30
    5—Wake Up
    9—Married... with Children
    13—Learn to Read

    6:00
    5—Good Day New York First Edition
    9—Benny Hinn
    11—WB11 Morning News
    (Lynne White, John Muller)
    13—GED Connection
    21—BBC World News

    6:30
    9—Kenneth Copeland
    13—Between the Lions
    21—Nightly Business Report
    31—Money Watch

    7:00
    2—The Early Show
    Scheduled: A preview of the Latin Grammy Awards; actors Ray Romano and Peter Boyle ("Everybody Loves Raymond"); an update on the recipients of the "Week of Wishes." (Bryant Gumbel, Jane Clayson)
    4—Today
    Scheduled: Authors Jack Welch, Leland Gregory and Mark Bittman discuss their new books; comic-actress Tracey Ullman; anthology of black music; "Living Better, Living Longer" (Part 2 of 5); lost luggage. (Katie Couric, Matt Lauer)
    5—Good Day New York
    (Jim Ryan, Lyn Brown, Dave Price)
    7—Good Morning America
    Scheduled: Comic-actor Mike Bender (HBO's "The Mind of the Married Man"); E-ZPass hidden problems and other commuter tech tools; Fashion Week's best and worse; ABBA revival. (Charles Gibson, Diane Sawyer)
    9—Recess
    13—Sesame Street
    21—Dragon Tales
    31—Paid Programming

    7:30
    9—The Legend of Tarzan
    21—Arthur

    8:00
    9—Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
    11—Maury
    Scheduled: The best gender-bending guests of the past season.
    13—Arthur
    21—Clifford the Big Red Dog

    8:30 [Programming is interrupted and pre-empted on most stations starting between 8:50 and 9:00 am]
    9—Sabrina: The Animated Series
    13—Clifford the Big Red Dog
    21—Jay Jay the Jet Plane
    31—Life Today

    9:00
    2—Martha Stewart Living
    Chef and author Jeffrey Alford; lemongrass; cedar doormat; lemon sandwich-cookie.
    5—The Queen Latifah Show
    From January: Suspicious men demand their mates take lie-detector tests. (Repeat)
    7—Live with Regis and Kelly
    Scheduled: Comedienne Joan Rivers; Camut Band; child inventors.
    9—The Montel Williams Show
    From March: Men complain that their wives and girlfriends won't lose weight since they had babies. (Repeat)
    11—Ananda Lewis
    Scheduled: An interview with a woman who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of her infant.
    13—Dragon Tales
    21—Sesame Street
    31—Paid Programming

    9:30
    13—Jay Jay the Jet Plane

    10:00
    2—Guiding Life
    4—The Other Half
    Scheduled: What men wish women would not do; expert advice for women whose men face trouble.
    5—Divorce Court
    7—The Rosie O'Donnell Show
    Scheduled: Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett, Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle ("Everybody Loves Raymond").
    9—To Tell the Truth
    11—Maury
    Scheduled: Paternity test results. (Part 2 of 2)
    13—Caillou
    21—Arthur

    10:30
    5—Judge Hatchett
    9—To Tell the Truth
    13—Zoboomafoo
    21—Barney & Friends

    11:00
    2—The Price Is Right
    4—Sally
    Scheduled: Accused cheaters first face a psychic, then a lie detector test.
    5—Divorce Court
    7—The View
    Hot Topics; actor Robert Urich ("Emeril"); Lisa Ling's advice on spending tax refund checks; goofy home remedies.
    9—Moral Court
    11—Jerry Springer
    An aunt is desperate to convince her niece to leave her abusive boyfriend.
    13—Barney & Friends
    21—Caillou

    11:30
    5—Fox 5 Live
    13—Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
    21—Teletubbies

    AFTERNOON

    12 pm
    2—CBS 2 News
    4—Extra
    (Leeza Gibbons)
    5—Power of Attorney
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News
    9—Ricki Lake
    From 2000: Mothers return from boot camp. (Repeat)
    11—Jerry Springer
    Scheduled: Cheaters get busted for a second time.
    13—Learn to Read
    21—GED Connection

    12:30
    2—The Young and the Restless
    4—Access Hollywood
    (Pat O'Brien, Nancy O'Dell)
    5—Power of Attorney
    7—Port Charles
    13—GED Connection
    21—Ciao Italia

    1:00
    4—Days of Our Lives
    5—Judge Hatchett
    7—All My Children
    9—Jenny Jones
    Scheduled: Guests who've miraculously survived dangerous situations.
    11—Judge Mathis
    13—Instructional Programming
    21—Burt Wolf Local Flavors
    31—Promised Land

    1:30
    2—The Bold and the Beautiful
    5—Roseanne
    13—Charlie Rose
    21—Breaking Bread with Father Dominic

    2:00
    2—As the World Turns
    4—Passions
    5—Caroline in the City
    7—One Life to Live
    9—The Montel Williams Show
    Scheduled: Women who've chosen to work in the adult entertainment industry to make ends meet speak of negative results.
    11—Inside Edition
    21—Terry Madden's Watercolor Workshop
    31—Bonanza

    2:30
    5—A Different World
    11—City Guys
    13—Reading Rainbow
    21—The Best of Joy of Painting

    3:00
    2—Crossing Over with John Edward
    4—The People's Court
    5—The New Woody Woodpecker Show
    7—General Hospital
    9—Judge Joe Brown
    11—Sailor Moon
    13—Zoom
    21—Sewing with Nancy
    31—Scarecrow and Mrs. King

    3:30
    2—Crossing Over with John Edward
    5—Transformers: Robots in Disguise
    9—Judge Joe Brown
    11—Pokémon
    13—Between the Lions
    21—Barney & Friends

    4:00
    2—CBS2 First News at 4
    4—Judge Judy
    5—Power Rangers Time Force
    7—The Oprah Winfrey Show
    Viewers locked in a room for five days with Dr. Phil McGraw learn to change their lives. (Part 2 of 2)
    9—Family Feud
    11—Pokémon
    13—Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat
    21—Arthur
    31—Remington Steele

    4:30
    4—Judge Judy
    5—Digimon: Digital Monsters
    9—Family Feud
    11—Batman Beyond
    13—Arthur
    21—Redwall

    5:00
    2—CBS2 News
    4—NewsChannel 4
    5—Home Improvement
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News
    9—Ricki Lake
    11—7th Heaven
    13—Dragon Tales
    21—Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat
    31—Cosby

    5:30
    5—3rd Rock from the Sun
    13—NJN News
    21—Clifford the Big Red Dog
    31—Cosby

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    September 11, 2001 [Continued]

    Channels:
    2—WCBS (CBS)
    4—WNBC (NBC)
    5—WNYW (Fox)
    7—WABC (ABC)
    9—WWOR (UPN)
    11—WPIX (The WB)
    13—WNET (PBS)
    21—WLIW (PBS)
    31—WPXN (Pax TV)

    EVENING

    6 pm
    2—CBS2 News
    4—NewsChannel 4
    5—The Nanny
    "When You Pish Upon a Star." A TV moppet starring in Maxwell's musical says he wants to leave show business after talking with Fran. Bob Barker and columnist Liz Smith have cameos. Jack: J.D. Daniels. Fran: Fran Drescher. Captain: Wayne C. Dvorak.
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News
    9—Moesha
    11—Sabrina the Teenage Witch
    13—BBC World News
    21—The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
    31—Supermarket Sweep

    6:30
    2—CBS Evening News with Dan Rather
    4—NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw
    5—The Nanny
    7—World News Tonight with Peter Jennings
    9—Sister, Sister
    "Three the Heart Way." On Valentine's Day, Tamera is left feeling alone and brokenhearted after Cupid's arrow strikes Tia and Roger (Tia Mowry, Marques Houston). Martha: Adrian Ricard. Anya: Persia White. Tim: Tim Reid.
    11—The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
    "That's No Lady, That's My Cousin." Enrolled at the newly coed Bel-Air Prep, Ashley (Tatyana M. Ali) begins dressing to entice guys, using Will's preferences in women as her examples. Kenny: Larenz Tate. Veronica: Garcelle Beauvais.
    13—Nightly Business Report
    31—Shop 'Til You Drop

    7:00
    2—Entertainment Tonight
    (Mary Hart, Bob Goen)
    4—Extra
    Critics predict Emmy winners. (Leeza Gibbons)
    5—The Simpsons
    7—Jeopardy!
    9—The Jamie Foxx Show
    "Roadtrip." Conclusion. To win Fancy back, Jamie buys her an engagement ring, only to get an offer from Nicole to sing with her on tour in Europe. Nicole: Rhona Bennett. Fancy: Garcelle Beauvais. Braxton: Christopher B. Duncan.
    11—Friends
    "The One Where Paul's the Man." Ross spoils Rachel's weekend trip with Paul (Bruce Willis); Monica makes premature plans for her future with Chandler. Elizabeth: Alexandra Holden. Museum Official: Merrin Dungey. Dry Cleaner: Ilia Volok. Gunther: James Michael Tyler.
    13—The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
    21—BBC World News
    31—Shop 'Til You Drop

    7:30
    2—Latin Grammys Preview
    4—Access Hollywood
    (Pat O'Brien, Nancy O'Dell)
    5—The Simpsons
    7—Wheel of Fortune
    9—Spin City
    "James and the Giant Speech." James' speechwriting talents are put to the ultimate test when Caitlin (Heather Locklear) wastes little time in seizing control of the Mayor's business. Meanwhile, Nikki finds it hard to hide her enmity for Mike in the wake of his apparent infidelity. James: Alexander Chaplin. Nikki: Connie Britton.
    11—Frasier
    "Space Quest." Frasier's quest for quiet is impeded by his dad, Daphne, Eddie the dog, a deejay and a waiter-musician. Bulldog: Dan Butler. Roz: Peri Gilpin. Daphne: Jane Leeves. Martin: John Mahoney. Frasier: Kelsey Grammer.
    21—Out of Ireland
    31—Supermarket Sweep

    8:00
    2—Big Brother 2
    Strangers inhabit an isolated house. (Julie Chen)
    4—Fear Factor
    (Joe Rogan) (Repeat)
    5—That '70s Show
    "Roller Disco." Fez joins Jackie for a roller-disco contest; Red struggles with his temper when an ex-employee sues for wrongful termination. Arbitrator: Ted Kairys. Earl: Robert Clendenin. Red: Kurtwood Smith. Jackie: Mila Kunis. Eric: Topher Grace. (Repeat)
    7—Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
    The game show starts its third season with a series of episodes featuring sports stars as the contestants. Athletes scheduled to appear include boxer Laila Ali, basketball legend Charles Barkley, baseball veteran Johnny Bench, retired NFL quarterback John Elway, NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon, and tennis great Serena Williams.
    9—UPN's Night at the Movie: Set It Off
    (1996) Jada Pinkett, Queen Latifah. Four inner-city women resort to bank robbery to improve their lot after the system deals each of them a hard blow.
    11—Gilmore Girls
    "Emily in Wonderland." Rory invites Emily to Stars Hollow for some antiques shopping and a tour of the town. At first, Emily seems hesitant, but she trades in her heels for sneakers to see the sights. Meanwhile, Lorelai struggles with finding a job for Sookie's friend Roon and building her friendship with Luke's girlfriend, Rachel. Rachel: Lisa Ann Hadley. Emily: Kelly Bishop. Roon: Max Perlich.
    13—Nova
    "The Vikings." Who were the Vikings? And why did they get such a bad reputation? Academics (aided by impressive computer graphics) tackle both questions in this intriguing report. True, the Vikings were "brutal barbarians," says narrator Liev Schreiber. But, as seen here, they were also skilled artisans and canny traders, as well as superb naval architects and seafarers. They made it not only to America in the West but also to Russia in the East, where they played a major role in developing the Russian state. (Repeat)
    21—Redwall
    31—Doc
    "Garbage In, Garbage Out." Clint tries to make a patient and his wife (Tony Rosato, Shannon Lawson) understand that their constant bickering is harmful to their son. Nancy: Andrea Robinson. Dr. Crane: Ron Lea. Clint: Billy Ray Cyrus.

    8:30
    5—That '70s Show
    "The Promise Ring." Eric gives a promise ring to Donna, who balks at what the promise means. Monty Hall has a cameo, showing Donna doors to different futures. Leo: Tommy Chong. Donna: Laura Prepon. Eric: Topher Grace. Jackie: Mila Kunis. (Repeat)
    21—Redwall

    9:00
    2—The 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards
    Many of the top artists in Latin music perform—and hope to walk away with some of the evening's honors—in the second edition of this spinoff of the recording industry's traditional Grammys. Jon Secada and Nelly Furtado are among those scheduled to appear at the event, which has been relocated from Miami to Los Angeles. [Live]
    4—Frasier
    "A —ay." A —ay Niles reacts jealously to Daphne's reunion with a fetching dog lover (Tom Verica); Frasier appeals to the kindlier nature of caustic Lana (Jean Smart), who's trying to close a house sale. Joanne: Mary-Joan Negro. Phillip: Patrick Breen. Smolenski: William Biff McGuire. Mrs. Smolenski: Gloria LeRoy. David Hicks: Mark Durbin. (Repeat)
    5—Love Cruise: The Maiden Voyage
    Debut: Sixteen sexy singles sail the Caribbean, vying for cash and possible romance in this reality series from the creators of "The Real World." Each player picks a different shipmate to spend 48 hours with to test their compatibility. Every three days, a member of each sex is voted off to "Loser Island" (Aruba, actually). The last couple aboard win $200,000 and a cruise around the world. Tonight: As the S.V. Mandalay leaves port and the players pick their partners, Toni is forced to answer questions about her breast implants and Darin proves to be the ship's most wanted man. Justin Gunn is the cruise director.
    7—Dharma & Greg
    "The End of the Innocence." Conclusion. The impending wedding of two friends compels Greg to reevaluate his own marriage—and Dharma's lies about Charlie (Kevin Sorbo). Russell: Andy Milder. Susan: Susan Chuang. Mr. Gottlieb: Stuart Pankin. Mr. Wong: Raymond Wa. Magda: Gabriella Bern. Pete: Joel Murray. Kitty: Susan Sullivan. (Repeat)
    11—Dead Last
    "Teen Spirit." The van gets stuck in a swamp on the outskirts of a Texas town, where the ghost of a teen—who claims to have been murdered—seeks Jane and Vaughn's help in telling his mother that he is dead. Meanwhile, Scotty's efforts to get a tow truck yield bizarre reactions from the locals. Vaughn: Kett Turton. Jane: Sara Downing. Scotty: Tyler Labine.
    13—A History of the Future
    "Technology/The Global Village." Interviews with experts in various fields and pseudo-documentaries take a sneak peek at the possible state of humankind in the year 2020: It is the era of the "smart house," with everyday chores done by computers and the Internet dramatically affecting all human interaction. With the help of computer power, some former third-world countries have leapfrogged to first-world status, causing a substantial shift in global economic power—which in turn has allowed for a change in social mores and values.
    21—Odyssey Into the Mind's Eye
    31—Mysterious Ways
    "Spike." Peggy helps a stressed-out patient (Benjamin Ratner) face his demons after he claims his imaginary childhood friend appeared and played a major role in saving his life. Declan: Adrian Pasdar. Peggy: Rae Dawn Chong. Miranda: Alisen Down.

    9:30
    4—Frasier
    "The Cranes Go Caribbean." A Caribbean trip turns chaotic as a familiar figure from Frasier's past appears. Claire: Patricia Clarkson. Lana: Jean Smart. Kirby: Brian Klugman. Waiter: Bernard Addison. Manager: Regi Davis. (Repeat)
    7—Spin City
    "A Shot in the Dark." Conclusion. A disastrous dinner pairs Charlie with an unbalanced old girlfriend; the Mayor's spruced-up protégé meets the press. Kara: Vanessa Marcil. Tim: Scott Wolf. Chad: Doug Ballard. Caitlin: Heather Locklear. (Repeat)

    10:00
    4—NewsChannel 4 Special
    Live coverage of the New York City mayoral primary.
    5—Fox 5 10 O'Clock News
    Including expanded coverage of the political primary races.
    7—NYPD Blue
    "In the Wind." Sipowicz and McDowell (Charlotte Ross) lead the search for a missing Danny after they find a familiar DOA in his empty—and unlocked—apartment. Meanwhile, Jones and Medavoy's case against a suspected killer gets some unexpected assistance from a pastor and his pesky wife. Liquori: Wayne Pere. Shulman: Greg Grunberg. Stanton: John Colella. Karen: Alice Hirson. Francine: Joan Pringle. Jones: Henry Simmons. Theo: Austin Majors. (Repeat)
    9—UPN 9 News at 10
    Including expanded coverage of the political primary races.
    11—WB11 News at 10
    21—Ayers Rock: Naked Planet
    31—Diagnosis: Murder

    10:30
    13—The Day You Love Me

    LATE NIGHT

    11:00
    2—CBS2 Nightcast
    4—NewsChannel 4 at 11
    Including expanded coverage of the political primary races.
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News
    11—Friends
    "The One That Could Have Been." Part 1 of two. The friends imagine their lives with different outcomes. For instance: Monica ends up an obese virgin, while an unhappily wed Rachel lusts after soap-star Joey. Carol: Jane Sibbett. Dr. Roger: Pat Finn. Hope: Kristian Alfonso.
    13—Charlie Rose
    Vivendi Universal Chairman and CEO Jean-Marie Messier.
    21—BBC World News
    31—It's a Miracle!

    11:30
    5—Seinfeld
    "The Clip Show." A two-part retrospective on the series' nine seasons concludes. Elaine: Julia Louis-Dreyfus. George: Jason Alexander. Kramer: Michael Richards.
    9—Shipmates
    11—Frasier
    "Something Borrowed, Someone Blue." Part 1 of two. As Daphne and Donny's wedding approaches, Niles makes a stunning revelation about Mel, and Roz considers a new romantic prospect. Simon: Anthony LaPaglia. Mrs. Richman: Brooks Almy. Gertrude: Millicent Martin.
    21—Brittas Empire
    31—NewsChannel 4 at 11
    (Repeat)

    11:35
    2—Late Show with David Letterman
    Actor Antonio Banderas ("Original Sin"); comedian Jeffrey Ross.
    7—Nightline
    "Heart of Darkness" offers a look into the catastrophic war in the Congo, which has claimed millions of lives. (Part 3 of 5) (Ted Kopek)

    12 am
    5—3rd Rock from the Sun
    "Dick & Tuck." Dick looks into the possibility of undergoing plastic surgery and Harry has his outlook changed after the surgeon (David Hasselhoff) assesses his features. Bug: David DeLuise. Leon: Ian Lithgow. Pitman: Chris Hogan. Sally: Kristen Johnston. Dubcek: Elmarie Wendel. Harry: French Stewart.
    9—Star Trek: Voyager
    "Dark Frontier." Conclusion. Janeway steals the Borg warp core but loses Seven of Nine to the Collective, where the Queen (Susanna Thompson) puts her to work assimilating other species. Seven of Nine: Jeri Ryan. Janeway: Kate Mulgrew. The Doctor: Robert Picardo. Paris: Robert Duncan McNeill.
    11—Suddenly Susan
    "One Man's Intervention Is Another Mans Tupperware Party." Believing that Maddy (Andrea Bendewald) has a drinking problem, the gang stages an intervention. Also, Todd has high hopes for a party at which he'll be the only male guest; and Susan shops for a car. Todd: David Strickland.
    13—Latino Lens
    21—Fresh Fields
    31—Paid Programming

    12:05
    4—The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
    Actor Charlie Sheen ("Spin City"); singer Gillian Welch.
    7—Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher
    Erin Shannon; musician Wynton Marsalis.

    12:30
    5—Roseanne
    11—The Honeymooners
    21—Short List

    12:35
    2—The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
    Scheduled: Actor Topher Grace ("That '70s Show"); actress Gina Phillips; comedians Joy Gohring and Johanna Stein.
    7—Iyanla
    Nationally-syndicated columnist Liz Smith discusses the allure of gossip.

    1:00
    5—To be announced.
    9—Arrest & Trial
    11—Street Smarts
    21—Instructional Programming
    31—Worship TV

    1:05
    4—Late Night with Conan O'Brien
    Actors Brad Garrett ("Everybody Loves Raymond") and Robert Urich ("Emeril"); System of a Down perform.

    1:30
    5—Paid Programming
    9—Married... with Children
    11—Change of Heart
    13—La Plaza

    1:35
    2—SexWars
    7—ABC7 Eyewitness News at 11
    (Repeat)

    2:00
    2—Entertainment Tonight
    (Mary Hart, Bob Goen)
    9—Paid Programming
    11—Street Smarts
    13—To be announced.

    2:05
    4—SCTV

    2:10
    7—Main Floor

    2:30
    11—Change of Heart

    2:35
    2—Up to the Minute
    4—The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

    2:40
    7—World News Now

    3:00
    9—Home Shopping
    11—MOVIE: Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday
    (1993) John D. LeMay, Kari Keegan. Slasher Jason (Kane Hodder) survives a SWAT team attack and returns to destroy all blood kin, who are his only mortal threat.

    3:35
    4—Late Night with Conan O'Brien

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