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Thread: Retro: Amarillo, Texas — Saturday, December 19, 1998

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    Retro: Amarillo, Texas — Saturday, December 19, 1998

    Saturday, December 19, 1998

    Channels:
    2—KACV (PBS)
    4—KAMR (NBC)
    7—KVII (ABC)
    10—KFDA (CBS)
    11—KDBA (The WB) (part of The WB 100+ Station Group)
    14—KCIT (Fox)
    65—KCPN (UPN)

    MORNING

    6:00 am
    2—Sesame Street
    4—Weekend Marketplace
    7—U.S. Farm Report
    10—CBS News Saturday Morning
    11—War Planet
    14—Paid Program
    65—Beanie Babies

    6:30 am
    4—Ag Issues Show
    11—Beast Wars: Transformers
    14—Paid Program

    7:00 am
    2—Mysteries of Deep Space
    4—The Big Comfy Couch
    7—Hercules: The Animated Series
    11—The New Batman/Superman Adventures
    14—The Mr. Big Potato Head Show
    65—Sports [?]

    7:30 am
    4—Critter Glitters
    7—Disney's One Saturday Morning
    14—Power Rangers in Space
    65—Student [?]

    8:00 am
    2—Washington Week in Review
    4—Bill Nye, the Science Guy
    10—NewsChannel 10
    14—Godzilla
    65—Wild Web Adventures

    8:30 am
    2—Wall Street Week with Ruskeyer
    4—Saved by the Bell
    10—Wild About Animals
    11—Men in Black: The Animated Series
    14—Power Rangers Playback
    65—Popular Mechanics for Kids

    9:00 am
    2—Kaye's Quilting Friends
    4—Hang Time
    10—Franklin
    11—Pinky & the Brain
    14—Donkey Kong Country
    65—This Old House

    9:30 am
    2—Martha's Sewing Room
    4—One World
    7—The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show
    10—Anatole
    11—The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries
    65—Rebecca's Garden

    10:00 am
    2—Quilt in a Day
    4—City Guys
    7—The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show
    10—Dumb Bunnies
    11—The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries
    14—Mad Jack the Pirate
    65—This Old House Classics

    10:30 am
    2—Sewing Connection
    4—Hang Time
    7—101 Dalmatians: The Animated Series
    10—Flying Rhino Junior High
    11—Histeria!
    14—Oggy and the Cockroaches
    65—Wall Street Journal Report

    11:00 am
    2—Tommy Tang's Thai Cuisine
    4—NBA Inside StuffAhmad Rashad; Summer Sanders
    7—Winnie the Pooh
    10—The NFL Today
    11—Click [?]
    14—Paid Program
    65—Red Raider [?]

    11:30 am
    2—Victory Garden
    4—Paid Program
    7—Squigglevision
    10—NFL Football: New York Jets at Buffalo Bills. [Live]
    11—Peer [?]
    14—Paid Program
    65—Paid Program

    AFTERNOON

    12:00 pm
    2—About Your House
    4—MOVIE: A Holiday to Remember
    (TV, 1995) Connie Sellecca, Randy Travis. Carolyn is leaving the big city with her daughter Jordi for her childhood village, deep in the forest. She meets her former fiancé, who she left at the altar several years ago. She also finds a lost boy who she wants to adopt, but Jordi is not too keen on the idea.
    7—Paid Program
    11—Mortal Kombat
    14—Paid Program
    65—Paid Program

    12:30 pm
    2—This Old House
    7—PGA Golf: Wendy's Three-Tour Challenge Front Nine. [Live]
    14—Figure Skating: Northwestern Mutual Life World Team Championship. [Live]
    65—Paid Program

    1:00 pm
    2—New Yankee Workshop
    11—Robin Hood
    65—MOVIE: 29th Street
    (1991) Anthony LaPaglia, Danny Aiello. Frank Pesce is the luckiest man alive in spite of his bad luck. Based on a true story, a man growing up in a tough New York neighborhood has a gift for finding himself in the worst possible jams...and always getting out. He is the first New York Lottery winner.

    1:30 pm
    2—Hometime

    2:00 pm
    2—MotorWeek
    4—Figure Skating: Manheim Steamroller's The Christmas Angel. [Live]
    11—Acapulco H.E.A.T.

    2:30 pm
    2—The New Red Green Show
    14—Fox NFL Pregame

    3:00 pm
    2—Tracks Ahead
    4—PGA Golf: Lexus Challenge First Round. [Live]
    7—Paid Program
    10—College Basketball: Illinois at Kansas. [Live]
    11—MOVIE: Day of the Cobra
    (1980) Franco Nero, Sybil Danning. An American narcotics agent is murdered in Italy. The head of the department decides to hire Larry Stanziani, 'The Cobra'. Larry, a former agent and now a third-rate private detective, uses the opportunity to get even with an old enemy, but soon he finds out he's facing a relentless organization.
    14—NFL Football: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Redskins. [Live]
    65—Baywatch

    3:30 pm
    2—All Aboard
    7—Paid Program

    4:00 pm
    2—Trailside: Your Adventure
    7—Adolphus Children's Parade
    65—Viper

    4:30 pm
    2—America's Historic Trails

    5:00 pm
    2—Travels in Europe
    4—Paid Program
    7—Paid Program
    10—Rattlers Ice Talk
    11—ER
    From 1995: "Motherhood." On a fateful Mother's Day, several staffers in the ER face possible life-changing events. Susan Lewis' sister Chloe gives birth to a beautiful - and healthy - baby girl. Things start to go wrong however when their mother Cookie - who had agreed to take in Chloe and the baby - suddenly decides she's done enough and Susan will have to take care of it. Carter turns down an offer for an ER sub-internship in the hopes that he'll get an offer in surgery. Dr. Hicks has news for him however. Benton's mother takes a turn for the worse. Carol Hathaway is overwhelmed with the final preparations as her wedding day approaches. Mark Greene: Anthony Edwards, Doug Ross: George Clooney, Susan Lewis: Sherry Stringfield, John Carter: Noah Wyle, Jackie Robbins: Khandi Alexander. (repeat)
    65—Star Trek: Voyager

    5:30 pm
    2—Texas Parks and Wildlife
    4—NBC Nightly News Weekend
    7—ABC World News Tonight Saturday
    10—CBS Evening News Weekend

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    Saturday, December 19, 1998

    Channels:
    2—KACV (PBS)
    4—KAMR (NBC)
    7—KVII (ABC)
    10—KFDA (CBS)
    11—KDBA (The WB) (part of The WB 100+ Station Group)
    14—KCIT (Fox)
    65—KCPN (UPN)

    EVENING

    6:00 pm
    2—European Journal
    4—NBC 4 News
    7—KVII ProNews 7
    10—NewsChannel 10
    14—Xena: Warrior Princess
    From 1997: "The Debt II". After being betrayed by Gabrielle, Xena is carried to the Green Dragon's prison, where she'll wait her execution. There she continues remembering the days she spent with Lao Ma, and the chance she gave her to change her life. Xena: Lucy Lawless, Gabrielle: Renee O'Connor, Lao Ma: Jacqueline Kim, Borias: Marton Csokas, Ming Tzu: Grant McFarland, Ming T'len: Daniel Sing. (repeat)
    65—Stargate SG-1

    6:30 pm
    2—The McLaughlin Group
    4—America's Dumbest CriminalsDaniel Butler; Debbie Allan
    7—Wheel of FortunePat Sajak; Vanna White
    10—Coach

    7:00 pm
    2—Antiques Roadshow
    4—MOVIE: It's a Wonderful Life
    (1946) James Stewart, Donna Reed. On the Christmas Eve of Bedford Falls, the guardian angel Clarence is assigned to convince the desperate George Bailey not to commit suicide. George is a good man that sacrificed his dreams and his youth on behalf of the citizens of his small town. He inherited the loan business of his father and he gave up traveling the world and joining University as scheduled. Later he resisted the proposals of the evil banker Mr. Potter, and never sold his business to protect the poor community of Bedford Falls and offer a means to afford to buy their own house. He married his beloved Mary Hatch Bailey and had four children with her and a tough life with his family. When his uncle Billy loses US$ 8,000.00, found and stolen by Mr. Potter, George decides to commit suicide, since he believes he worth more dead than alive. When Clarence sees that he is not able to persuade George to give up his intention, he decides to show the life in town if George had never existed.
    7—America's Funniest Home VideosDaisy Fuentes; John Fugelsang
    10—Early Edition
    "Teen Angels." The cat brings the paper to Gary but when another cat shows they get into a fight and the paper gets ripped up. So Gary tries to read piece by piece and sees that there will a shooting at the high school. So he goes to the school and Patrick goes with him and brings the paper with him. When they get there the principal mistakes him for the substitute teacher she's expecting. While there Gary thinks the shooter could a teacher who is fed with one of the students' unruly behavior and the principal tells him to suck it up. And Patrick tells a girl who's been going steady with her boyfriend for years that she shouldn't tie herself down so young. But when the paper is used for an art project Gary tries to read it and when he does he finds out who the shooter and victim are. Gary Hobson: Kyle Chandler, Marissa Clark: Shanesia Davis-Williams, Erica Paget: Kristy Swanson, Patrick Quinn: Billie Worley, Henry Paget: Myles Jeffrey, Eddie: Matthew Carey, Megan Clark: Anna Chlumsky.
    11—The Jenny Jones Show
    14—Cops
    65—MOVIE: Turk 182
    (1985) Timothy Hutton, Robert Urich. Jimmy Lynch is angry because his older brother, who was injured as a result of an off duty fire rescue, is denied benefits by the city. At the same time, Mayor Tyler is embroiled in a political scandal that he denies all previous knowledge of. Jimmy begins painting "Tyler Knew, Turk 182" as an embarrassment to the mayor. The mayor is furious at this grafitti appearing all over the city and orders the police to find the artist. Jimmy's "Turk 182" spraypaints continue to appear.

    7:30 pm
    14—Cops

    8:00 pm
    2—Lawrence Welk
    7—Fantasy Island
    "Wishboned." A beleaguered divorcé visits the fantasy world he invented in his childhood; a young woman wishes she had the perfect family to introduce to her beau. Mr. Roarke: Malcolm McDowell, Ariel: Madchen Amick, Harry: Edward Hibbert, Cal: Louis Lombardi, Fisher: Fyvush Finkel, Mr. Gable: Sam Anderson, Kristine: Lilli Birdsell.
    10—Martial Law
    "Lock-Up." Sammo and Terrell go undercover to infiltrate a gun-smuggling operation run by prison inmates. Sammo Law: Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Det. Louis Malone: Louis Mandylor, Chen Pei Pei: Kelly Hu, Terrell Parker: Arsenio Hall.
    11—The Jenny Jones Show
    14—America's Most Wanted: America Fights BackJohn Walsh

    9:00 pm
    2—A Nitty Gritty Christmas
    7—Cupid
    "Hung Jury." While Christmas shopping, Claire and Trevor get caught up in jury duty. Trevor Hale/Cupid: Jeremy Piven, Dr. Claire Allen: Paula Marshall, Theresa: Kim Fields, Rabbi: Mike Nussbaum.
    10—Walker, Texas Ranger
    From 1996: "A Ranger Christmas." Walker tells children a Christmas story about a Texas Ranger from 1876. Hayes Cooper was said to have no Christmas spirit. In 1876, a baby was kidnapped and Haynes was assigned the case. At last, he found the baby and Christmas spirit. Cordell Walker: Chuck Norris, Alex Cahill: Sheree J. Wilson, Trivette: Clarence Gilyard, C.D. Parker: Noble Willingham, Cody Diggs: John Dennis Johnston, Becky Stanton: Laurie O'Brien. (repeat)
    11—The Entertainers
    14—The X-Files
    From 1997: "Unrequilted." Scully and Mulder investigate the murders of several Army generals who were killed when they were ostensibly alone. Mulder begins to wonder if the killer isn't a Vietnam veteran who has returned from the dead to take revenge against those who left American POWs behind. Closed circuit television footage shows just such a marine, believed killed, who enters the Pentagon undetected. With his ability to disappear not in doubt, it becomes imperative that the FBI stop the killer before he reaches his next target, Major General Benjamin Bloch. Fox Mulder: David Duchovny, Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson, Walter Skinner: Mitch Pileggi, Nathaniel Teager: Peter LaCroix, Gen: Benjamin Bloch: Scott Hylands, Marita Covarrubias: Laurie Holden. (repeat)
    65—Party of Five

    10:00 pm
    2—Texas Aggie Band Show
    4—NBC 4 News
    7—KVII ProNews 7
    10—NewsChannel 10
    11—Quick Witz
    14—MADtv
    65—Pensacola: Wings of Gold

    10:30 pm
    2—Texas Aggie Band Show

    10:35 pm
    4—Chan Galley
    7—Cheers
    10—Walker, Texas Ranger
    From 1995: "The Covenant." A local gang is destroying businesses and starting turf wars. They threaten a boy in Walker's karate class and force him to join the gang. The Rangers must save the boy and stop the turf wars. Cordell Walker: Chuck Norris, Trivette: Clarence Gilyard, Alex Cahill: Sheree J. Wilson, Sonny Portillo: Demetrius Navarro, Detective Sal Ochoa: David Labiosa, Tommy Lopez: Boris Cabrera. (repeat)

    LATE NIGHT

    11:00 pm
    2—Newport Jazz Festival
    11—Kickin' It
    14—NYPD Blue
    From 1996: "Closing Time." Sylvia confronts Sipowicz about her suspicions that he is going to late-night bars and drinking again and the effect is everywhere where Lt. Fancy is forced to sent him home after Sipowicz walks in one morning drunk. Sipowicz even fights with some street punks, gets beaten up, and Simone offers to look for the men that beat Sipowicz up. Meanwhile, a new administrative assistant, named Lucy, arrives as Donna's replacement. Also, Russell investigates a young woman, named Angela, who claims to have been stabbed by her jealous boyfriend. Simone, following a lead from a streetwalker named Deena, finally track down and confront the two thugs who murdered Andy Jr. and guns them both down in a hail of bullets. Det. Bobby Simone: Jimmy Smits, Det. Andy Sipowicz: Dennis Franz, Lt. Arthur Fancy: James McDaniel, Det. James Martinez: Nicholas Turturro, Lucy Kinley: Wendy Raquel Robinson, Angela Bohi: Leah Remini.

    11:05 pm
    4—Dallas Cowboys Special Edition
    7—Cheers

    11:35 pm
    4—Saturday Night Live
    7—Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal
    10—Air America

    12:00 am
    2—Sessions at West 54th
    11—Wiseguy
    14—The Outer Limits
    From last season: "The Hunt." In the not too distant future the hunting of animals has been banned. Instead, hunters pay to track and kill outdated androids that have no other use. The hunters quickly "kill" one of the four androids released for their sporting pleasure but one of the hunters, Eric Nichols, isn't very enthusiastic about it all. The androids are at a disadvantage as their programming prevents from harming humans. They are told however that if any one of them can make it to the end of the hunting trail 12 kms away, they will be given their freedom. The tables are turned however when the androids find a way to overcome their prohibition against violence toward humans and the hunters become the hunted. Kel: Doug Savant, George Nichols: Ron White, Tara: Sarah Savage. (repeat; later at 2:05 am on KVII)
    65—Plugged in Electronics (joined in progress)

    12:35 am
    7—Extra Weekend
    10—The Crow: Stairway to Heaven
    "Death Wish." Eric befriends Jake Thompson, a daredevil motorcyclist, since his dead son Casey is worried about him. Jake's shady boss Royal Boyd pushes him into doing a possibly fatal stunt. Eric offers to take his place. Eric Draven: Mark Dacascos, Det. Darryl Albrecht: Marc Gomes, Shelly Webster: Sabine Karsenti, Sarah Mohr: Katie Stuart, Jake Thompson: John Hawkes, Jessica Capshaw: Christina Cox.

    1:00 am
    2—Echoes from the Ancients
    11—Paid Program
    14—Viper
    From October: "Wisegal." Astor infiltrates a security-tight mafia conference; a labor negotiator tries to seduce Westlake. Joe Astor/Michael Payton: James McCaffrey, Det. Cameron Westlake: Heather Medway, Frankie Waters: Joe Nipote, Sherman Catlett: J. Downing.
    65—Sports Collectibles (left in progress)

    1:05 am
    4—V.I.P.
    From October: "Scents and Sensibility." Cosmetics and perfume firm Bioglam hires VIP to protect it against industrial espionage. A sample of the revolutionary pheromone product Kizmet has just been stolen during a break-in. Top priority however is the inventor, lab genius Ken Miller. He secretly tests it illegally, and is hence irresistible to most females. However his former lab protégé, Dr. Tina Stokes, sells the formula to arms dealer Wilgur, because of a side-effect: after repeated use it causes extreme aggression. Vallery Irons: Pamela Anderson, Tasha Dexter: Molly Culver, Quick Williams: Shaun Baker, Nikki Franco: Natalie Raitano, Kay Simmons: Leah Lail. (repeat)

    1:30 am
    11—Paid Program

    1:35 am
    7—Siskel & Ebert

    2:00 am
    2—New World Symphony: Beethoven Alive!
    11—Paid Program
    14—Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    From last season: "Inquistion." Dr. Bashir's plans to attend a medical conference at a breezy resort are canceled when Starfleet Intelligence boards DS9, suspecting the doctor of treason. Captain Sisko: Avery Brooks, Odo: Rene Auberjonois, Lt. Commander Worf: Michael Dorn, Lt. Commander Dax: Terry Farrell, Chief O'Brien: Colm Meaney.

    2:05 am
    4—Motown Live
    7—The Outer Limits
    From last season: "The Hunt." In the not too distant future the hunting of animals has been banned. Instead, hunters pay to track and kill outdated androids that have no other use. The hunters quickly "kill" one of the four androids released for their sporting pleasure but one of the hunters, Eric Nichols, isn't very enthusiastic about it all. The androids are at a disadvantage as their programming prevents from harming humans. They are told however that if any one of them can make it to the end of the hunting trail 12 kms away, they will be given their freedom. The tables are turned however when the androids find a way to overcome their prohibition against violence toward humans and the hunters become the hunted. Kel: Doug Savant, George Nichols: Ron White, Tara: Sarah Savage.

    2:30 am
    11—Paid Program

    2:35 am
    10—TV.COM

    3:00 am
    2—Frontline
    11—Paid Program
    14—Sports Collectibles (joined in progress)

    3:05 am
    4—Saturday Night Live (repeat)
    7—Off the air
    10—Comedy Showcase

    3:30 am
    11—Paid Program

    4:00 am
    11—Paid Program

    4:05 am
    10—CNN Headline News

    4:30 am
    4—Off the air
    11—Paid Program

    5:00 am
    2—Sesame Street
    10—Birdz
    11—Bloopy

    5:30 an
    10—Mythic Warriors: Guardians
    11—Bloopy

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