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The race for Olympic gold is on.

In three hours of prime-time tonight, N-B-C is covering an array of competitions. There's swimming, diving, gymnastics and cycling. And, N-B-C's sister network, Bravo, is airing field hockey, badminton and ping-pong, otherwise known as table tennis.

A new edition of "Big Brother's" on C-B-S. It's sandwiched between a repeat of "The Amazing Race" and "Navy N-C-I-S."

Bruce Willis' character gets a dose of fantasy that helps him straighten out his life in "Disney's The Kid." It's on A-B-C tonight. Spencer Breslin plays Willis as an eight-year-old kid.

Most decorating shows are with professionals. But, H-G-T-V's new Saturday night series called "Designer Finals" challenges design students to do remodels with very little money and very little time. Tonight, the challenge is a mid-Century kitchen.

Comedy Central is replaying the last several episodes of "Last Comic Standing" that just aired on N-B-C.

Fox is all "Cops" tonight.

Angelina Jolie is "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" on T-B-S.

And, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are "Bad Boys" on T-N-T -- undercover detectives in Miami. This is the first of the "Bad Boys" movies, from 1995.

by Rosalie Fox

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