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Replaying some hot shows.

"Survivor: Vanuatu" from Thursday is airing again on C-B-S tonight. A fifth player is voted off. And, on a repeat of "Without a Trace," twin brothers could be responsible for a woman's disappearance.

N-B-C's giving last Thursday's edition of "The Apprentice" another airing. This is the one where the players have to sell stuff on Q-V-C. Also on N-B-C tonight -- a special called "The Most Outrageous Moments on Live T-V." And, Cindy Williams guests on a rerun of "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit." Later, Queen Latifah is both host and musical performer on "Saturday Night Live."

The pilot episode of "Desperate Housewives" gets a replay on A-B-C. The women on one suburban block re-evaluate what makes them happy when a friend commits suicide. Also on A-B-C tonight -- the Jim Carrey comedy, "Liar, Liar." When his son's birthday wish comes true, Carrey as a fast-talking lawyer, can only speak the truth for a day.

"Cops" and "America's Most Wanted" are on Fox.

Bravo is showing a couple of classic films from the 1980's: "Urban Cowboy" and "Dirty Dancing."

Showtime features another '80's classic -- "The Big Chill" with Glenn Close.

by Rosalie Fox

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