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9 V1N39VIAI NOVIS 909280 9 3N33S 3383VS Friday, March 25,2005 The Sacramento Bee E5 Creamer: Difficult decision that's not the government's Kushman: More from Peterson murder case CBS says Janel Moloney, far left, of NBC's "The West Wing" will portray Scott Peterson's other woman in "Amber Frey: Witness for the Prosecution," which has begun production. Sandra Oh is part of the cast of "Grey's Anatomy," a medical drama on ABC. Left, NBC; right, Associated PressMatt Sayles According to an ABC News poll earlier this week, more than 70 percent of Americans believe that Congress shouldn't have intervened -interfered, many would say -with its unprecedented legislation designed to prolong Schia-vo's life while federal courts reviewed her case. And 63 percent supported Michael Schiavo's wish to remove his wife's feeding tube. Here in mainstream America, there us a resounding consensus on the role of government in our private lives: The extremist, politically motivated likes of Rep.

Tom DeLay and Sen. Bill Frist simply don't belong in the hushed intensive-care waiting room alongside our grieving families, nor do the courts. We don't want them there. And advance health care directives will help keep them out. The Bee's Anita Creamer can be reached at (916) 321-1136 or

Back columns, www. sacbee. com creamer. FROM PAGE El at 3 a.m. and say, 'We'd like to do this or that and I'd get up at 3 a.m.

and bring them a new copy. "It's just the bureaucracy of life. They're very cooperative once they get the right form." Even so, most of us put off the conversation about living wills because we like to believe in medical miracles and because we're busy taking care of daily life and because we don't like to dwell on death. "But this is a way to take care of your family," says Marge Ginsburg, Sacramento Healthcare Decisions' executive director. "Everybody faces end-of-life decisions with a certain amount of angst.

But we know we don't want family turmoil. We don't want our families broken up because they're not in agreement about what to do." Painful as they are, these decisions are among a family's most private and personal moments rightfully no one's business but their own. On TV Kojak 9 tonight on USA Desperate Housewives 9 p.m. Sunday on 0 Grey's Anatomy 10 p.m. Sunday on 0 Everwood 9 p.m.

April 1 8 on so FROM PAGE El without that. You had to know this was coming. CBS said this week it has started production of what will no doubt be a nuanced and restrained film, "Amber Frey: Witness for the Prosecution. CBS can't do "The Scott Peterson Story" since USA Network already made it a year ago. In any case, CBS says the TV movie will star "The West Wing's" otherwise respectable Janel Moloney and will focus on Frey's relationship with Peterson and her part in helping Modesto police she took "considerable risks for justice," the press materials say.

Told you it would be restrained. So, yes, finally there will be a new episode of ABC's "Desperate Housewives. The hotsilly soap returns Sunday night (at 9 on Channel 10) after a month of repeats, and ABC will air originals through the season's end in May. The reason we got a long stretch of reruns is simple math. ABC made 23 episodes of the series to fill nearly 40 weeks of prime time.

Some of those weeks needed to be reruns. The things is, ABC had planned to run original episodes give "Summerland" a time slot, and that it was returning in the fall. Here's the real answer: The charming series returns with new episodes on April 18 at 9 p.m. (on Channel 58), and runs for six weeks through the end of the season. Then it most likely returns in the fall.

I knew that, but uh, forgot. No, I was busy. I was on the phone. I was testing you. Yes, that was it.

It was a test. The Bee's Rick Kushman can be reached at (916) 321-1187 or Back columns: www. sacbee. comkushman.

that strong, you keep it around, repeats and all. In a related note: ABC hopes "Housewives" can help launch "Grey's Anatomy," premiering at 10 p.m. Sunday (on Channel 10). It's a relatively well-done medical show focusing on the struggles of surgical interns, but I'd argue: How many medical shows can we take? "Grey's Anatomy" gets a five-week run, then "Boston Legal" will return in May. All right, this should about cover the news on "Everwood." You may recall that I said the WB loves the show, that it is only temporarily off the air to of "Desperate Housewives" straight through in the first part of the season, then in early spring turn the time slot over for another straight run of "Alias." But "Housewives" was an instant smash, averaging more than 22.5 million viewers.

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