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Play it again.

Although this is early in the fall T-V season, several of tonight's prime-time shows have aired before.

C-B-S is replaying Thursday's edition of "Survivor." On this one, there are two tribal councils and two players are voted off. A former surfing champion is murdered on a rerun of "C-S-I: Miami." "48 Hours" is also on C-B-S tonight.

A-B-C is replaying the pilot of "Lost" -- where a plane crashes on a strange tropical island. Forty-eight passengers survive the crash and now have to survive an unseen predator that's on the island. Matthew Fox stars. The first episode of "Wife Swap" is airing tonight.

Tonight's "Apprentice" on N-B-C is the one that aired earlier in the week, where the 15 remaining players get a taste of the restaurant industry. N-B-C's also going with a rerun of "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit."

A new edition of "Cops" on Fox is followed by a rerun. "America's Most Wanted" is next.

Ben Affleck gets to make fun of himself tonight as host "Saturday Night Live" on N-B-C. This is the first show of the new fall season. And, since Jimmy Fallon has left, a new co-anchor is being announced tonight for "Weekend Update."

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