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If you can't go out to the ballgame, you can watch it on Fox.

Game One of the World Series starts tonight on Fox. It's the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals.

A-B-C is showing repeats of its two hot new shows. On "Lost," wild beasts appear where the plane crash survivors are camped out by the beach. And, Jack starts hallucinating because he's so sleep-deprived. Tonight's "Desperate Housewives" is the one that aired last Sunday. The friends follow through with a dinner party Mary Alice had been planning to host.

N-B-C is doing exactly what C-B-S is doing -- rerunning episodes of its hot shows. There's a corporate restructuring on "The Apprentice." "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" is next.

"Cold Case" and "N-C-I-S" are reruns on C-B-S.

Comedy Central is continuing with its "South Park" marathon.

The first of "The Terminator" movies is V-H-One tonight. It's from 1984 and stars none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger.

And, for an obscure, but very well-acted film, there's "The Heart of Me" on the Sundance Channel. Paul Bettany and Helena Bonham Carter star in this story of a romance that never should have happened.

by Rosalie Fox

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