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1 LOS ANGELES TIMES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 2000 F11 TODAY ON TV WALLY SKALIJ Los Angeles Times "Birth of an Idea (With Eleven Rejects)," a 6-by-27-foot mural by John Baldessari, has place of honor in lobby. CAA Unveils Revamped Art Collection With Emphasis on Works by Local Artists Art The talent agency, which is starting a program to support art students in LA, has 200 new works hanging in its halls. ; By SUZANNE MUCHNIC TIMES ART WRITER Since its opening in 1989, the sleek marble and glass building designed by architect I.M. Pei as Creative Artists Agency's headquarters in Beverly Hills has housed a contemporary art collection. "Bauhaus Stairway," a 26-foot-tall painting by the late Pop master Roy Lichtenstein, dominates the atrium lobby, as always, and a familiar bronze figure by New York sculptor Joel Shapiro still balances on one foot, off to one side of the airy space. But as the agency has gone through changes, so has its art collection. Tuesday night the company and its philanthropic arm, the CAA Foundation, held a private party to unveil a brand-new holdingsome 200 works by 92 local artists. This Los Angeles-centric collection replaces trademark works by "the usual suspects," as CAA general counsel Michael Ru-bel describes the big-name New York artists that used to hang on the agency's walls. The idea, says Rubel, a contemporary art aficionado who has overseen the agency's purchases, is to celebrate the creative energy of Los Angeles and support the city's art schools an outgrowth of 1 the company's program of educational philanthropy that has evolved under the leadership of CAA President Richard Lovett. He took charge in 1995, when founding partner Michael OviU left to ; head Walt Disney Co., ultimately taking most of the original CAA art collection with him. Predominandy young, hip and little-known, but backed up by , prominent veterans, the newly col-f lected CAA artists are based in LA. and connected with local art : schools either as past or present . students, or as teachers. Linda Be-semer, Ingrid Calame and Salo-m6n Huerta, who were tapped for this year's Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, are represented. So are Lee Mullican, Emerson Woelffer and other influential members of earlier generations. "Birth of an Idea (With Eleven Rejects)," a 6-by-27-foot mural by renowned conceptualist John Baldessari has a place of honor in the lobby; the rest of the works are distributed throughout the building, mainly in hallways and conference rooms. The eclectic array encompasses jazzy geometric constructions by Jim Isermann, now in mid-career; mysterious photographic landscapes by Tito Sanpaolesi, an emerging artist; and striking mixtures of Japanese woodblock imagery and Latino graffiti, painted by Gajin Fujita, a Japanese American who grew up in East Los Angeles and is doing graduate work at Otis College of Art and Design. CAA's emphasis on art and education is underlined by a new CAA Foundation-sponsored program, scheduled to begin in the fall. The Tips for Today 9-1 1 a.m. Morning Symphony: Grofe ("Grand Canyon Suite," Bournemouth Symphony), KCSN-FM (88.5). 2:30-3 p.m. Slanguage: Documentary examines the language of young people, KCRW-FM (89.9). 4-8 p.m. Duffy and Co.: The Rev. Jerry Falwell (5-5:30 p.m.); "Armchair Tour of Israel" (6-7 p.m.), KKLA-FM (99.5). 8- 11 p.m. Opera House: Offenbach's "Tales of Hoffman," wilh Plaxido Domingo, loan Sutherland, KCSN-FM (88.5). 8:30-10 p.m. Rockllne: Music and interviews with members of the Guess Who,KCBS-FM (93.1). 9:30-10 p.m., 2:30-3 a.m. The Whistler A town tracks down an escaped killer (originally broadcast April 16, 1945), KNX (1070). Drama-Comedy-Family 6-9 a.m.-Dean Wendt. KDIS (710). 9- 11 a.m. Mickey and Mlnnie'i Tune JOSHUA WHITE program will fund scholarships for graduates of the Los Angeles Unified School District who wish to study art at Art Center College of Art and Design, CalArts, Otis College of Art and Design, UCLA and UC Irvine. The agency's current leaders established the CAA Foundation in 1996 "to give something back to the community and the schools and to continue what we do each day, which is to help people realize their dreams and accomplish their goals," said Bryan Lourd, managing director and partner of the company. The foundation has already formed partnerships with Coeur d'Alene Elementary School, Mark Twain Middle School and Venice High School, all located in Venice, and Whitsett Elementary School in Nashville, where CAA also has an office. The foundation provides equipment and services to the. schools; more than half of CAA's employees participate in mentoring programs and Geld trips. Two Important Pieces Stayed CAA's decision to invest in local art is part of the ripple effect of its change in ownership that began in 1995 with Ovitz's departure. By the RADIO Time, KDIS (710). 11 i.m.-l p.m. B.B.Goode, KDIS (710). 1-5 p.m. Just Plain Mark fc Zippy, live from Disneyland, KDIS (710). 5-10 p.m.-Emle D, KDIS (710). 9-9:30 p.m., 2-2:30 a.m. Gunsmoke: "Bring Down Father," KNX (1070). 10 p.m.-3 a.m. Sheryt Brooks, KDIS (710). Foreign Language Spanish, KACE-FM (103.9), KALI (1430), KBIJA-FM (94.3), KBUE-FM (105.5), KKHJ (930), KLAX-FM (97.9 FM), KI.YY-FM (107.1), KLVE-FM (107.5), KNSE (1510), KRRA (900), KRTO-FM (98.3), KSCA-FM (101.9), KSSE-FM (97.5), KTNQ (1020), KVCA (670), KWIZ-FM (96.7), KWKW (1330), KWRM (1370), XPHS (1090). Asian, KAZN (1300), KBIA (1580), KEZY (1190), KFOX-FM (93.5), KWIZ (1480), KYMS-FM (106.3). Classical 8-9 a.m. Commuter Classic: Borodin . ANTHONY CUNA Other works in the CAA collection Include Tito Sanpaolesi's "Mascatello Sotto La Neve," above, and Gajin Fujita's "Dragon's Lair," left. time the dust settled, a number of the founding team had left, but the collection they had invested in stayed behind, at least at first. The Lichtenstein and the Shapiro were retained because they were designed for the building and installed as permanent fixtures. The rest of the collection was loaned to the new management for four years before being transferred to the owners. Finally faced with the prospect of bare walls, about a year ago, current company leaders decided to do something different, Lourd said. "Southern California doesn't celebrate itself art-wise in a focused way, so we thought it would be interesting to create a space for both young artists and more established people. I really hope the collection will set a good example for other companies to connect their giving with their aesthetic taste." The collection will be refreshed over time, Rubel said. "It should not be static." Rubel enlisted the help of independent curator and critic David Pagel, who frequently contributes art reviews to The Times, and Bruce Guenther, former chief curator at the Orange County Museum of Art They identified artists for consideration and Pagel wrote short descriptions of the works selected. As is often the case in corporate collecting, the collection isn't open to the public. But a catalog of the images and text is available to CAA staff on the company's intranet, Rubel said. Those who look up "Changes" by Carlos Estrada-Vega, for example, will discover that the composition of brightly striped squares is made of many tiny canvases, separately stretched over wood and painted, then assembled. Rubel declined to state the cost of the collection, which was purchased by the company, not the foundation. The total outlay probably amounts to less than the market value of the Lichtenstein alone-much smaller paintings by the artist routinely bring more than $1 million at auction but the collection has other advantages. "It's not power art, so it reduces the intimidation factor," Rubel said. "It's OK not to know about it and to ask questions." ("Prince Igor: Overture," Moscow Radio Symphony), KMZT-FM (105.1). 11 a.m.-noon, 1-2 p.m. Performance Today. "Milestones of the Millennium: St. Matthew Passion" (11 a.m.-noon), KCSN-FM (88.5). 7- 8 p.m. Symphony at Seven: Beethoven (5th Symphony, Georg Solti conducts Vienna Philharmonic), KMZT-FM (105.1). 8- 10 p.m. Evening Concert: Shostakovich (7lh Symphony, Vienna Philharmonic), KMZT-FM (105.1). 10 p.m.-midnight Chicago Symphony: Daniel Barenboim conducts Mozart ("Mass in C Major, K.317"), Bruckner ("Mass No. 3 in F Minor"), KMZT-FM (105.1). Country-Folk-Jazz-Pop 5-10 a.m. Charlie Tuna, KLAC (570). 9 a.m.-noon Morning Becomes Eclectic: Director Sofia Coppola ("The Virgin Suicides"), KCRW-FM (89.9). 10a.m.-l p.m.-Clobal Village, KPFK-FM (90.7). CHANNELS lot Angeles S VEA ffsle) 23 Orange County E0 KDOC find.) 56 HUBS (CBS) 02 aJKJLA(lnd.)25 EIKNBCINBCI04 EQKLCSIEdul 17 0KTLAIWBIO5 G3 KRCA (Ind.) 20 aKABCABC)07 Palm Springs O KCAL (Ind.) 09 36 KMIR (NBC) 04 mmvlFoxlH '42 KESQ (ABC) 7, 0DKC0PUPN)13 25 BD KCET (PBS) 28 lttYI ,ABL,D' H3KPXN(PAX)30 Sa" Bernardino SDKMEXUni.14 2 KVCR (PBS) 24 03 KTBN (Ind 1 40 Ventura County E3KOCEPBS50 S3KADY(UPN16 Cable Services A&E 39 El 63 NICK 38 AMC 35 ESPN 34 SCI-H 87 BET 57 ESPN2 84 SHOW 41 BRV0 54 (AM 47 TBS 43 CNBC 31 FSN 27 TCM 88 COM 79 FSN2 59 TLC 51 CSPN 29 FX 89 TMC 58 CMAX 45 HBO 33 TNN 49 CNN 42 HIST 30 TNT 52 DSC 37 UFE 46 USA 44 DISN 53 MTV 48 VH1 62 Use numbers after call letters to set VCR Plus. Where there are two numbers, repeat the procedure. R in the grid, denotes a repeat program. TV RATINGS (TVY) All Children (TVY7) Directed to Older Children (TVY7-FV) Directed to Older Children; FantasyViolence (TVGI General Audience (TVPG) Parental Guidance flV1 4) Parents Strongly Cautioned (TVMA) Mature Audiences Only D) Suggestive Dialogue ' (L) Coarse Language (S) Sex (V) Violence Mcvie Ratings A CLASSIC FIRST RATE FLAWED: HAS MOMENTS DESPERATION TIME Morning 9:00 a.m. B KCBS Martha Stewart 42906 O KNBC 36, KMIR Later Today 37074 H KTLA Sally Jessy Raphael (TV14I 73890 O KABCI3I KEYT421 KESQ Regis & Kathie Lee 75258 O KCAL Maury (TVPG 1 26906 00 KTTV Divorce Court 03 KC0P Mantel Williams 62722 DO KSCI I Can Do It! m KWHYCme 24 KVCR Sesame Street 16722 Prime-Time TV Rankings ABC's 16th Straight Win Has a Biblical Feature nphe Ten Commandments" proved to be a far 1 bigger attraction than a $10-million giveaway, as the biblical epic helped lead ABC to its 16th consecutive weekly victory, based on viewing estimates issued Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research. ABC's 20th telecast of the 1956 film starring Charlton Heston delivered its biggest audience since 1996, leaving a rather poor feast for the CBS movie "Picnic" and holding "The X-Files" to its lowest rating for an original episode since the 7-year-old program's first season. CBS, meanwhile, tried to reel in viewers with the promise of winning cash on an special (a Web site partly owned by CBS) but drew a smaller audience than "Early Edition" normally National Nielsen Vlewershlp Here are the rankings for national prime-time based on the average number of people who U.S. viewers age 2 and older. Viewership is Net- Program 1. Millionaire (Tue.) ABC 28.07 2. Millionaire (Thur.) . ABC 26.46 3. ER NBC 26.02 4. Friends NBC 18.81 5. Dharma & Greg ABC 18.22 6. "Commandments" ABC 17.42 7. Daddio NBC 15.76 8. NYPD Blue ABC 15.56 9. Every. Loves Raymond CBS 15.13 10. 60 Minutes CBS 15.09 11. Becker CBS 1450 12. Fiasier NBC 13.93 13. Touched by an Angel CBS 13.50 14. The Drew Carey Show ABC 13.33 15. LawS Oftlet NBC 1306 16. 2020 (Wed.) ABC 12 97 17. Providence NBC 1292 18. Malcolm ki the Middle FOX 12 91 Talk to Me ABC 1291 20. Law 1 Order SVU NBC 12.67 21. Dateline (Wed.) NBC 12.32 22. Dateline (Fit.) NBC 12 04 23. Tue Simpsons FOX 11.65 24. 48 Hows CBS 11.50 25. 60 Minutes II CBS 11.48 26 Spin City ABC 1145 27. "Picnic" CBS 11.38 28. Once (Again ABC 1131 29. "French Kiss" ABC 11.18 30. Eveiy. Loves Raymond (8:30) CBS 11.12 31. The West Wing NBC 1097 32. Third Watch NBC 1086 33. The X-Files FOX 1081 34. Battery Pa NBC 10.77 35. "Vanished" ABC 10 76 36. Whose Line SIT?" (8:30) ABC 10.75 37. Dateline (Tue ) NBC 10.71 38. 2020 (Fn.) A8C 1032 39. Willi Grace NBC 10.27 40. King of Queens CBS 10.19 41. Twenty One NBC 998 42. JAG CBS 9.92 43. Datekne (Moo.) NBC 983 44. The Chamber" NBC 9.74 45 Just Shoot Me NBC 962 46. Cops (8:30 pm.) FOX 958 47. America's Most Wanted FOX 945 48. AllyMcBeal FOX 939 49. Diagnosis Mulder CBS 929 50. Two Guys and a GUI ABC 925 51. "Ice Was" CBS 906 52. Titus FOX 902 53. Sabnna. the Teenage Witch ABC 884 Then Came you ABC 884 55. "AFI Tribute: Hamson Ford" CSS 8.77 56. Falcone (Mon.) CBS 8.73 57. Tin Cup" ABC 8.68 58. Greed FOX 840 59. ChkagoHope CBS 836 60. Nash Bridges " CBS 8.16 61. Now and Again CBS 812 62. Whose line Is R Anyway? ABC 8 09 63. 48 Hours CBS 806 64. That '70s Show FOX 7.96 More positions than a yoga master. I i ii i ii i iiinr in if i in " - m KCET Barney (TVY) 52364 133 KTBN Or. Cherry BD K0CE Instructional TV Wi KVEAM6nica 18180 ' E3 KDOC Life in the Word EH KJLA Mike Russell (TVGI 03 KLCS TEAMS Reading A&E Night Court BETVideolink BRV0 Moonlighting CNBC Power Lunch 37168 CNN Newsday COM Whose Line Is It Anyway? DSC Assignment Discovery (TVG) DISN PB&J Otter (TVY) El Talk Soup (TVPG-D) 312906 ESPN SportsCenter ESPN2 NBA Today FAM It's Itsy Bitsy Time (TVY) FSN Sports Geniuses FX Picket Fences (TVPG-DV) HIST The Real West (TVG) LIFE Designing Women (TVPG-D) NICK Little Bear 692068 SCI-FI Highlander (TVPG) TBS Matlock TCM 'The Adventures of Robin Hood" '38 1hr43 9769890 TLC Bingo & Molly (TVY) TMC "Dream a Little Dream 2" '95(PG-131hr31 5707548 TNN Dukes of Hazzard TNT Lois & Clark (TVPG) USA Hearts Afire (TVPG) 36 KMIR Judge Mills Lane 3 KTBN Behind the Scenes SB KVEA "Un Paso al Cielo" 2hr 35161 HI KJLA Richard Saxton (TVG) ED KLCS E in Me; Entrepreneur in You; World of Work (10:15) m KRCA Cine AMC "The Body Snatcher" '45 1hr30 392722 A&E Murder. She Wrote BET Hits From the Street BRV0 "Dominick and Eugene" '88 IPG-13) 2hr45 47265426 CNN CNN Today COM "My Best Friend Is a Vampire" 'B8 (PG) 2hr 9823074 DSC Home Matters (TVG) DISN Bear in the Big Blue House El The E! True Hollywood Story (TVPG-V) "Freddie Prinze" 844180 ESPN Racehorse Digest ESPN2 Fitness America Pageant FAM The 700 Club FSN2 The Method FX Beverly Hills. 90210 (TVPG) HIST In Search Of ...(TVG) LIFE Chicago Hope(TV14L) MTV Hot Zone (TVPG) NICK Kipper 571616 SCI-FI The Twilight Zone (TVPG) TBS Hunter TLCPapoyland(TVY) TNN TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes (TVG) TNT In the Heat of the Night (TVPG-V) USA Ned and Stacey (TVPG) VH1 New Videos (TVPG) 9:30 a.m. 03 KTTV Divorce Court S3 KCET The Puzzle Place (TVY) 93155 EE) KTBN Dean and Mary Brown B3 KDOC Benny Hinn EH KJLA Dow 30 Report (TVG) A&E Night Court CNN Burden of Proof 514613 COM Win Ben Stein's Money (TVPG) DISN Out of the Box (TVY) El Mysteries & Scandals (TVPG-D) ESPN2 RPM 2Night FAM CBN Special Edition 508155 FSN2 Gilad's Bodies in Motion HBO "Protocol" '84 (PG) 1hr35 29527971 (9:45) LIFE Designing Women (TVPG-D) NICK Blue's Clues SHOW "Mr. Atlas" '97 1hr39 7754361619:45) TLC Sally's Lighthouse (TVY) USA Almost Perfect (TVPG) 10:30 a.m. 131 KEYT Mad About You (TVPG) 24 KVCR Kaye's Quilting Friends 36 KMIR Judge Mills Lane 3 KTBN Casey Treat 03 KDOC Froozles (TVG) 7B8890 EH KJLA Bio-Med Check-Up SO KLCS Crafts for Kids 76906 CMAX "When a Man Loves a Woman" '94 R) 2hr04 84452655 DISN Rolie Polie Olie (TVY) ESPN America's Horse ESPN2 Strongest Man Competition FSN2 Yoga Zone HIST In Search Of ... (TVG) NICK Franklin 787180 SCI-H The Twilight Zone (TVPG) TLC Jay Jay the Jet Plane (TVY) TMC "A Night at the Roxbury" '98 IPG-13) 1hr21 33454161 (10:35) USA Fired Up (TVPG) 10:00 a.m. B KCBS The Price Is Right (TVG) 131 KEYT Home Improvement a KNBC Time & Again (TVG) B KTLA Sally Jessy Raphael (TV141 94242 B KABC 142 KESQ The View 92838 B KCAL Jerry Springer (TV1 4) 10258 03 KTTV Queen Latifah (TVPG) 32426 DO KC0P Forgive or Forget 15884 24! KVCR Creative Living BO KCET Sesame Street 98364 EQ KMEX Maite 11:00 a.m. B KCBS The Young and the Restless (TV14) 32432 n KNBC News H KTLA Judge Mills Lane B KABCI 3 r KEYT Port Charles (TVPG) 91548 , B KCAL Judge Mathis (TVPG) ID KTTV Living Single QD KC0P Jenny Jones (TV1 4) 77708 m KWHY La Corte del Pueblo network television last week (April 10-16) as watched a program from start to finish. Nielsen listed here In millions. Charlton Heston in "Ten Commandments" ill) lily MJi,iii..iii.iiii.ii, Net- View- Program work era 65. Falcone (Wed ) CBS 7.87 66. Cops FOX 7.73 67. Falcone (Tue.) CBS 763 68. WWFSmackdown! UPN 7.19 69. Making the Band ABC 684 70. King of the Hi FOX 683 71. World's Wildest Police Videos FOX 6.70 72. Boy Meets World ABC 669 73. That '70s Show (Tue ) FOX 661 74. TheHughleys ABC 6.42 75. Frasier (8:30 p.m.) NBC 6.41 76. FamtyGuy FOX 630 77. TV Glide's Scandals 2" FOX 6.26 78. Candid Camera CBS 614 79. Dateline (Sun.) NBC 607 80. 3id Rock From the Sun NBC 6.05 81. 7th Heaven WB 599 82. "(won com" CBS 584 83. Futurama FOX 5.74 84. "ToWongFoo" FOX 569 85. Party of Five FOX 5.40 86. Star Trek: Voyager UPN 4.20 87. Cosby CBS 409 88. The Parkers UPN 396 89. Get Real FOX 384 90. Roswel WB 3.78 91. Angel W8 368 92 3rd Rock From the Sun (Sat) NBC 366 93. Butty, the Vampire Slayer WB 345 94. Moesha UPN 3.41 95. NBA Basketball (Sal) NBC 3.35 96. Dawson's Creek WB 331 Moesha (Tue ) UPN 331 98. Felicity W8 3.29 99. The Jamie Fan Show WB 3.15 100. The Sieve Harvey Show WB 3.14 101. Jamie Four Show (8:30 p.m.) WB 2.97 102. Grownups UPN 286 Charmed WB 286 104. 7th Heaven Beginnings WB 2.72 The Parkers flue ) UPN 2 72 106. For Your Love WB 2.70 107. Malcolm t Eddie UPN 2.46 108 Star Trek: Voyager (Wed.) UPN 2.45 124 KVCR Sewing With Nancy 50 KCET Noddy (TVY) 68838 B3 KMEX Querida (TVPG) 99890 361 KMIR The People's Court Q3 KTBN James Robison 42 KESQ Leeza 85890 S3 KDOC Southland Today HQ KJLA Local Angle (TVG) B3 KLCS Taxes in U.S. History A&E Magnum, P.I. BET Jam Zone CNBC Street Signs CSPN Public Affairs DSC Lynette Jennings Design DISN Winnie the Pooh (TVY) El Just Shoot Me; Behind the Scenes (TVPG-D) ESPN Auto Racing-NASCAR WC DieHard 500. 199161 ESPN2 Strongest Man Competition FAM Who's the Boss? (TVGI FX Beverly Hills. 90210 (TVPG) HIST FBI: The Untold Stories LIFE Unsolved Mysteries (TVPG) MTV The Return of the Rock NICK Gullafi Gullah Island 891242 SCI-H Star Trek TBS "Breakout" '75 (PG) 2hr05 59182109 TCM "Moby Dick" '56 1hr56 7545616 TLC Bingo & Molly (TVY) TNN Cagney & Lacey TNT'.' "Some Kind of Hero" '82 R2hr 562109 USA Wings (TVPG) VH1 Back to Back Videos (TVPG) 11:30 a.m. 13) KEYT News B KTLA Judge Mills Lane B KABC News CD KTTV Roseanne m KSCI Taiwan News m KWHY Noticiario 241 KVCR Quilting With Fons& Porter BO KCET Teletubbies (TVY) 69567 03 KTBN Benny Hinn BO KDOC Headline News SI KJLA Richard Saxton (TVG) BO KLCS Choices AMC "Partners" '561hr35 1024600 DISN PB&J Otter (TVY) ESPN2 Soccer-UEFA Champions League: Real Madrid vs. Manchester United. 39770884 FAM It's Itsy Bitsy Time (TVY) "Tom and Vicky"; 'The Animal Shelf"; "Charley and Mimmo"; "64 Zoo Lane." 513567 HBO Bill Russell: My Life, My Way (TVPG) HIST History's Crimes and Trials (TVPG) MTV Spankin' New Music (TVPG) NICK The Busy World of Richard Scarry 892971 SHOW "Phantom Town" '97 (PG)1hr30 38928600 (11:35) TLCSkinnamarinkTVITVYI USA Wings (TVPG) Please see TV LOG F12 does in the same Saturday slot. NBC actually fared worse that night with its NBA basketball coverage, which continues to misfire ratings-wise possibly a bad sign for playoff games scheduled to begin this week. Harrison Ford brought some star power to the American Film Institute's annual tribute, which scored higher ratings than previous AFI events honoring Dustin Hoffman, Robert Wise and Martin Scorsese. In terms of midseason series, NBC canceled "Battery Park" after its last low-wattage outing, while ABC's new sitcom "Talk to Me" won its time period but lost almost 30 of the audience that viewed "Dharma & Greg." -BRIAN LOWRY compiled by Nielsen Media Research. They are estimates that there are 260 million potential 109. Popular 110. "OC. 111. "Virtual Nightman" 112. Movie Stars 113. The Beat '114. Zoe Cable Top 10 WB WB UPN WB UPN WB 2.12 1.89 1.79 1.74 1.64 1.46 Here are Nielsen's top 10 cable programs in prime time last week, also ranked by total viewers (in millions). Net- VM ProghM wwi efl 1. "Walking With Dinosaurs" DISC 10.76 2. Wrestling (Mon., 10 p.m.) USA 7.47 3. Wrestling (Mon., 9 p.m.) USA 6.20 4. "The Mathl" HBO 4.34 5. WrestJing(Mon.,8p.m.) TNT 3.89 6. 'The Game" TBS 3.70 7. "Kids Choice Awards NICK 3.70 8. "Prince of Egypt" HBO 3.65 9. Boning HBO 3.61 10. "JaUbait" MTV 3.49 Network Averages Here is the number of viewers that each network averaged per hour of prime time, for last week and for the season. week striata ABC 13.35 million 14.19 NBC 10.39 ' 12.37 CBS 9.68 12.59 FOX 7.59 9.12 UPN 3.56 3.91 WB 3.13 3.69 Southland Viewing Here are Nielsen's Top 10 prime-time programs in the Los Angeles area during the same week. The rankings are based on the number of households watching. Stt- Hean- hwgnn tten koMs 1. Mroraire(Tue.) KABC 942.246 2. ER KNBC 937,011 3. MftwaireiThur.) KABC 774.736 4. Friends KNBC 727.623 5. 60 Minutes KCBS 617.695 6. "The Ten Commandments" KABC 601.991 7. Dharma i. Greg KABC 570.582 8. NTPD Blue KABC 565348 9. The Drew Carey Show KABC 560,113 10. Once t Again KABC 539.174 Talk to Me KABC 539.174

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