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[04/20/06 - 12:00 AM]
NBC Celebrates May with Series Finales of Coveted Classics -- 'The West Wing' and 'Will & Grace' --And Offers Fans a Super-Sized Thursday Night of Comedies, the Miniseries '10.5: Apocalypse'And Can'T-Miss Season Finales

[via press release from NBC]

NBC CELEBRATES MAY WITH SERIES FINALES OF COVETED CLASSICS -- �THE WEST WING� AND �WILL & GRACE� --AND OFFERS FANS A SUPER-SIZED THURSDAY NIGHT OF COMEDIES, THE MINISERIES �10.5: APOCALYPSE�AND CAN�T-MISS SEASON FINALES

Series Guest Stars Include Kelsey Grammer, Kevin Bacon, Josh Lucas, Bernadette Peters, Natalie Cole, Whoopi Goldberg, Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, Steven Weber, Dylan Baker, Blythe Danner, Noah Wyle, Bobby Cannavale, Harry Connick, Jr., Anthony Anderson, Michael Imperioli, Eamonn Walker, Diane Ladd, Ernie Hudson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Brittany Snow, Mike O'Malley, Ivanka Trump, Lesley Ann Warren, Dean Cain, Wolfgang Puck, Olympian Sasha Cohen and Sugarland's Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles

BURBANK, Calif. -� April 20, 2006 -- NBC spotlights May with sentimental finales of two of TV's most honored series -- "The West Wing" and "Will & Grace" -- plus a Thursday night of popular super-sized comedies, a new "10.5: Apocalypse" miniseries, talented guest stars and gripping season finales. The stellar list of guest stars includes Kelsey Grammer, Kevin Bacon, Josh Lucas, Bernadette Peters, Natalie Cole, Whoopi Goldberg, Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, Steven Weber, Dylan Baker, Blythe Danner, Noah Wyle, Bobby Cannavale, Harry Connick, Jr., Anthony Anderson, Michael Imperioli, Eamonn Walker, Diane Ladd, Ernie Hudson, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Brittany Snow, Mike O'Malley, Ivanka Trump, Lesley Ann Warren, Dean Cain, Wolfgang Puck, Olympian Sasha Cohen and Sugarland's Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles.

Following are days, times (ET) and storyline information.

THURSDAY, APRIL 27

WILL & GRACE (8-8:30 p.m.)
"The Mourning Son"

LESLEY ANN WARREN AND STEVEN WEBER GUEST-STAR AS FRIENDS AND FAMILY GATHER FOR FUNERAL OF WILL'S FATHER -- Friends and family gather for the funeral of Will's (Eric McCormack) father, and during the reception, everyone shares fond last memories -- but Will's last memory of his father is not as pleasant. As he tries to come to terms with their last fight, Marilyn (guest star Blythe Danner) helps Will realize the changes he must make in his life, while Will's ex-boyfriend Vince (guest star Bobby Cannavale) also attends the service. In addition, Grace (Debra Messing) attempts to comfort the grieving younger members of the family and begins to doubt her ability to be a good mother. Lesley Ann Warren ("Victor/Victoria") guest-stars as the girlfriend of Will's father while Steven Weber ("Wings") also guest-stars as his brother. Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes also star.

MY NAME IS EARL (9-9:30 p.m.)
"Stole A Badge"

AN UNLUCKY STRIKE -- Several years earlier, Earl (Jason Lee), Randy (Ethan Suplee) and Joy (Jaime Pressly) accidentally stole a police badge after engaging in a bowling alley scam. With the reemergence of this badge, Earl tracks down the badge's owner, police officer Stuart Daniels (Mike O'Malley guest-stars), in order to take care of number 127 on his list, "stole a badge from a police officer." After learning Stuart suffered a demotion as a result of having his badge stolen, Earl devises a plan to get his job back, but ultimately helps him realize his true passion for professional bowling. Nadine Velazquez and Eddie Steeples also star.

THE OFFICE (9:30-10 p.m.)
"Drug Testing"

WHO SHOULD SHOOT THE 'SHERIFF'? -- When Dwight (Rainn Wilson) finds half a joint in the Dunder Mifflin parking lot, he puts on his volunteer sheriff's uniform and launches a full investigation -- prompting Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) to ask for an unusual favor. Pam (Jenna Fischer) playfully issues a challenge to Jim (John Krasinski) and he does his best to follow through with it. B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Angela Kinsey, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith, Melora Hardin and David Denham also star.

ER (10-11 p.m.)
"No Place to Hide"

WISE BEYOND HER YEARS; NOAH WYLE AND DIANE LADD GUEST-STAR -- Abby (Maura Tierney) senses that something is not quite right when a grandmother (guest star Diane Ladd, "Alice Doesn't Live Here Any More") and her 12-year-old granddaughter are brought into the E.R. Sam's (Linda Cardellini) imprisoned ex-husband Steve (guest star Garret Dillahunt) comes to the E.R. and all the doctors assume that he is faking, but when further tests prove otherwise, Steve finds his way to the operating table. Meanwhile, tensions run high when Morris (Scott Grimes) and Albright (Dahlia Salem) argue over a patient, but when Morris denies a surgery, Albright quickly changes her tune. Meanwhile, Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) heads to Africa to help Carter (Noah Wyle) -- and quickly realizes how difficult life will be. Laura Innes, Goran Visnjic, Parminder Nagra and Shane West also star.

FRIDAY, APRIL 28

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 28"

OHIOANS TRY THEIR LUCK AT BECOMING A MILLIONAIRE - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Double lung transplant Allyson Thadeus of Lakewood, Ohio returns to find out if she has the million-dollar briefcase, and Josie Butkovic of Garfield Heights, Ohio has a dream to buy a factory for her grandfather's pasta sauce business. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAS VEGAS (9-10 p.m.)
"Chaos Theory"

PEACE AND LOVE? SHAWN CHRISTIAN ('SUMMERLAND') GUEST-STARS -- Ed (James Caan) and Jillian (Cheryl Ladd) set off on a retreat that proves to be anything but peaceful while Danny (Josh Duhamel) and Mike (James Lesure) contend with a suspicious heavy hitter who wants to bet $1 million a hand. Elsewhere, love is in the air and things are turning very serious for Delinda (Molly Sims) and Dr. Derek (guest star Shawn Christian, "Summerland"). Vanessa Marcil and Nikki Cox also star.

CONVICTION (10-11 p.m.)
"The Wall"

PROSECUTORS FACE TOUGH FIGHT IN DEATH OF TEEN WHO INDULGED IN CHOKING GAME -- Assistant D.A. Desmond (J. August Richards) and Steele (Anson Mount) have an uphill battle while prosecuting a case where a teenager dies during a choking game and A.D.A. Brian Peluso (Eric Balfour) faces a "wall of blue" when prosecuting a cop-shooter. Meanwhile, Christina Finn (Julianne Nicholson) and her colleague A.D.A. Nick Potter (Jordan Bridges) have been summoned to Bureau Chief Alexandra Cabot's (Stephanie March) office where she sends them to acting class to improve their court appearance, and A.D.A. Jessica Rossi (Milena Govich) has to contend with her dysfunctional family.

SUNDAY, APRIL 30

THE WEST WING (8-9 p.m.)
"The Last Hurrah"

BEING PRESIDENT CAN BE HARD ON THE FAMILY -- While Santos (Jimmy Smits) is wrapped up in choosing his new vice president, his wife Helen (Teri Polo) is overwhelmed by the issues facing the new First Family. Meanwhile, Vinick (Alan Alda) must find a new road now that the election is over. Bradley Whitford and Janeane Garofalo also star.

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (9-10 p.m.)
"Cruise to Nowhere"

DEAD MAN'S HAND IS PLAYED OUT WHEN HIGH-ROLLING GAMBLER IS FISHED OUT OF RIVER -- When the body of a former school chancellor is fished out of the Hudson River, Detectives Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) find out that he was a high roller on a casino boat off the New York coast - and they zero in on Joey (guest star Lou Taylor Pucci), a talented but arrogant young gambler who was owed $500,000 by the victim. But the police also cannot ignore the dead man's resentful brother-in-law Phil, (guest star John Pankow, "Mad About You") when they discover that he not only raised Joey, but taught him to play poker and intentionally placed him on the ship on the fateful night. Jamey Sheridan and Courtney B. Vance also star.

CROSSING JORDAN (10-11 p.m.)
"Mace vs. Scalpel"

MACY HELD HOSTAGE IN THE BASEMENT-- When Macy (Miguel Ferrer) tries to deliver some personal effects of a deceased elderly man to his family, he finds a young boy being held captive, but when the boy's deranged captor discovers that Macy knows his secret, he knocks him unconscious and chains him as a hostage too. Meanwhile, Jordan (Jill Hennessy) and Lu (Leslie Bibb) butt heads when Lu brings in the morgue's janitor as a suspect in a jewelry-fencing scheme. As Lily's (Kathryn Hahn) wedding approaches, she is caught off guard when she accidentally runs into Bug (Ravi Kapoor) on a date. Jerry O'Connell and Steve Valentine also star.

MONDAY, MAY 1

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 29"

ARE THE DALLAS COWBOY CHEERLEADERS A GOOD LUCK CHARM? - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Josie Butkovic of Garfield, Ohio returns to find out if she can finally fulfill her dream of buying a factory for her father's pasta sauce business, and Dallas Cowboys football fan Randy Smith of Pasadena, California gets a surprise from the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

THE APPRENTICE - 5 (9-10 p.m.)
"Episode #510 - Blow Out"

HAIR-RAISING COMPETITION -- The eight remaining candidates travel to Long Island to put together grand openings for two new hair salons. One project manager decides to get his hair done while a romance may or not be blossoming on the other team. The winners collaborate with a legendary songwriter, while the losers sing a different tune in a particularly heated boardroom.

MEDIUM (10-11 p.m.)
"The Darkness Is Light Enough"

STEALING ONLY A KISS? MOLLY RINGWALD GUEST-STARS -- While working on a parole case with Devalos (Miguel Sandoval), Allison (Emmy-winner Patricia Arquette) receives visions of a woman (guest star Molly Ringwald, "Sixteen Candles") whose house is repeatedly broken into by a man without a face, and who steals nothing but a kiss. Meanwhile, the pressure surrounding a new project at work takes a toll on Joe (Jake Weber). Sofia Vassilieva, Maria Lark, David Cubitt and Madison Carabello also star.

TUESDAY, MAY 2

MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS (8-8:30 p.m.)
"Episode # 213

OUTRAGEOUS TV LAUGHS -- This half-hour show proves that anything can happen when the cameras keep rolling. Audiences can enjoy hilarious outtakes from some of NBC's most popular shows, as well as outrageous moments from home videos, newscasts, game shows and commercials from around the globe.

SCRUBS (9-9:30 p.m.)
"My Fallen Idol"

THE STAFF RALLIES AROUND A DESPONDENT DR. COX -- After a decision results in the deaths of three patients, a despondent Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) shirks his duties and turns to drinking. The shocked staff does its best to cover for him at the hospital while each one takes a turn trying to convince him how inspiring he is. Meanwhile, Turk (Donald Faison) is excited to start his new rotation with orthopedic surgery but is put off by his attending doctor's touchy-feely methods. As a result, J.D. (Zach Braff) and the Janitor (Neil Flynn) attempt to help Turk find alternative ways to bond with his new supervisor. Sarah Chalke, Judy Reyes and Ken Jenkins also star.

TEACHERS (9:30-10 p.m.)
"Prom"

SCHOOL'S OUT IN SEASON FINALE OF 'TEACHERS' -- When Alice (Sarah Alexander) volunteers to chaperone at this year's prom, Jeff (Justin Bartha) seizes the opportunity to have a "first date" with her and suggests that they go together. But his plans for a romantic evening goes from bad to worse when Alice invites a third party to join them. Meanwhile, Calvin (Deon Richmond) gives Dick (Phil Hendrie) pointers on writing the senior farewell speech. Kali Rocha, Sarah Shahi and Matt Winston also star.

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (10-11 p.m.)
"Fat"

NATALIE COLE GUEST-STARS AS ATTORNEY IN CASE CONCERNING CHILDHOOD OBESITY -- A band of teenaged siblings attack and sodomize a teenaged girl (guest star Tricia Mara), who is a gifted piano student at a prestigious high school in Harlem. When Medical Examiner Warner (Tamara Tunie) identifies the attackers as overweight, Detective Stabler (Chris Meloni) and his one-time partner, Detective Lucius Blaine (guest star Anthony Anderson, "Hustle & Flow"), track down the brothers -- who claim they attacked the victim to avenge an attack on their morbidly obese brother (Omar Benson Miller). Mariska Hargitay, Dann Florek, Richard Belzer, Ice-T, B.D. Wong and Diane Neal also star.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3

DEAL OR NO DEAL "Episode # 30"

TO DEAL OR NOT TO DEAL? - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Dallas Cowboys football fan Randy Smith of Pasadena, California returns for his final nine yards, and Rebecca van de Ven of Diamond Bar, California, armed with her lucky bamboo plant, tries her luck at the million. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAW & ORDER (10-11 p.m.)
"Kingmaker"

SLAYING OF UNDERCOVER POLICE OFFICER LEADS DETECTIVES TO POLITICIAN'S RUTHLESS CHIEF OF STAFF - When an undercover police officer is brutally murdered by an Albanian drug dealer after her identity is revealed in a newspaper column, Detectives Fontana (Dennis Farina) and Green (Jesse L. Martin) quickly discover the chief of staff (guest star Garret Dillahunt) to a liberal politician (guest star David Forsyth) is responsible for tipping off the reporter. A.D.A Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) bravely prosecutes the politico who is known for dirty tricks and threats, but despite D.A. Arthur Branch's (Fred Dalton Thompson) warning to watch his back, unexpected evidence suddenly turns up that could exonerate the accused. Dylan Baker also guest-stars. Annie Parisse and S. Epatha Merkerson also star.

THURSDAY, MAY 4

WILL & GRACE/ (8-8:30 p.m.)
"Partners 'N Crime"

THE BABY BLUES -- Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) begin attending child-birth classes in preparation for the expected baby, but as Will and Vince (guest star Bobby Cannavale) take another chance at their relationship, Grace starts to doubt whether Will is ready to raise a child together with her. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) looks to Jack (Sean Hayes) for comfort as her marriage with Stan hits a bumpy road but finds that Jack is a little preoccupied with his new television show.

MY NAME IS EARL (9-9:30 p.m.)
"BB"

OUCH! THAT HURT! -- Earl (Jason Lee) sets out to make up for number 147 on his list -- "Shot Gwen Waters (guest star Miriam Shor) with a BB gun" -- but first, he must reunite Gwen with her estranged father. Getting dad to cooperate proves incredibly difficult, but Earl refuses to give up, partly because he remembers why he used to have a crush on Gwen Waters - and he always liked to see her smile. Ethan Suplee, Jaime Pressly, Nadine Velazquez and Eddie Steeples also star.

THE OFFICE (9:30-10 p.m.)
"Conflict Resolution"

CONFLICT OVER CONFLICT RESOLUTION DUTIES -- When Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) takes over conflict resolution duties from the Human Relations department, chaos ensues at Dunder Mifflin. Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Angela Kinsey, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith, Melora Hardin and Paul Lieberstein also star.

ER (10-11 p.m.)
"There Are No Angels Here"

DR. PRATT ARRIVES AMID CHAOS OF DARFUR; NOAH WYLE, EAMONN WALKER ('OZ') AND MARY MCCORMACK (NBC'S 'THE WEST WING') GUEST-STAR -- Dr. Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) settles into his new job in Africa's Darfur region but is troubled by astounding number of people needing care when a sheik and his pregnant wife come into Ramalah camp looking for treatment. Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) and Dr. Dakarai (guest star Eamonn Walker, "Oz") work on fixing the man's gunshot wound, but they are quickly interrupted by government officials who try to arrest the victim. As Carter works on delivering the wife's baby, he sees that the mother is suffering from birth complications. Pratt and Dakarai are forced to make journey at night to a hospital in El Fashir at the risk of getting stopped by the Janjaweed militant group. Meanwhile, Debbie (guest star Mary McCormack, NBC's "The West Wing") tries to convince Dakarai to seek proper treatment for his medical condition.

FRIDAY, MAY 5

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 31"

NEW JERSEY YOUTH MENTOR DEALS FOR A MILLION OR WILL HE WALK AWAY WITH A MEASLY PENNY? - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Tonight, youth mentor Gary Riotto of Park Ridge, New Jersey takes center stage in this memorable not-to-be-missed episode. Gary, who wears his heart on his sleeve, is not only surprised with an emotional reunion with some of the youths he has mentored, but he also wins over Howie, the audience, and the models, but does he win over the Banker? Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAS VEGAS (9-10 p.m.)
"Fidelity, Security, Delivery"

LOVE IS IN THE AIR; OLYMPIC MEDALIST SASHA COHEN, JERRY O'CONNELL (NBC'S 'CROSSING JORDAN') AND SHAWN CHRISTIAN ('SUMMERLAND') GUEST STAR -- Things heat up at the Montecito when Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen stops by. Meanwhile, Delinda (Molly Sims) provides Dr. Derek (Shawn Christian, "Summerland") with an answer to his marriage proposal. Elsewhere, Danny (Josh Duhamel) and Mike (James Lesure) help a couple big gamblers find out if their spouses are cheating, and Sam (Vanessa Marcil) and Detective Woody (Jerry O'Connell, in his role from NBC's "Crossing Jordan") go away for a romantic weekend. James Caan and Nikki Cox also star.

CONVICTION (10-11 p.m.)
"Deliverance"

NOTED FEMALE ATTORNEY KILLS HUSBAND AND REPRESENTS HERSELF IN COURT -- A respected female attorney (Reiko Aylesworth "24" Guest-Stars) kills her husband, and goes head-to-head against Jim Steele (Anson Mount) when she decides to defend herself in the courtroom. Milena Govich, Julianne Nicholson, Stephanie March, Eric Balfour, Jordan Bridges and J. August Richards also star.

SUNDAY, MAY 7

THE WEST WING (8-9 p.m.)
"Institutional Memory"

CJ IS FORCED TO LOOK AT HER FUTURE -- As Bartlet's administration prepares to transition to the Santos administration, CJ (Allison Janney) ponders what to do with her future. Meanwhile, Will (Josh Malina) is also in a position of uncertainty about what is to come. Richard Schiff and Mary McCormack also star.

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (9-10 p.m.)
"To the Bone"

MACHETE MURDERS PUT SHARP FOCUS ON MANIPULATIVE FOSTER MOTHER; OSCAR AND EMMY WINNER WHOOPI GOLDBERG GUEST-STARS -- A rampage of brutal machete slayings that target affluent art owners has Detectives Logan (Chris Noth) and Barek (Annabella Sciorra) looking for some young suspects who were all raised by Chesley (Oscar and Emmy Award-winning guest star Whoopi Goldberg), a strong-willed foster mother. But the case really blows up when Logan unknowingly shoots an undercover cop dead -- and while Captain Deakins (Jamey Sheridan) sticks his neck out for his detective, a shaken Logan must go eye-to-evil-eye with the manipulative Chesley. Courtney B. Vance also stars.

CROSSING JORDAN (10-11 p.m.)
"Don't Leave Me This Way"

SEASON FINALE & 100th EPISODE-- JORDAN FACES PROFESSIONAL - AND PERSONAL - CHALLENGES -- In the season finale, which is also the series 100th episode directed by executive producer Allan Arkush, Jordan (Jill Hennessy) finds herself in an unexpected situation that challenges her both professionally and personally. After a late night celebrating Lily's (Kathryn Hahn) pending nuptials, Jordan wakes up the next morning with a gun in her hand lying next to the body of her former beau, J.D. Pollack (guest star Charles Mesure) -- who has a bullet in his chest. With little recollection of the previous night's events and no explanation for what transpired, she becomes the number-one suspect. Determined to clear Jordan's name, Macy (Miguel Ferrer) and the rest of the team begin investigating the series of events leading up to Pollack's death. However, Woody (Jerry O'Connell) and Lu (Leslie Bibb), who have recently become romantically linked, take opposing sides on the case, creating a wedge between them. Ravi Kapoor and Steve Valentine also star.

MONDAY, MAY 8

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 32"

GAME SHOW HIT 'DEAL OR NO DEAL' - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. In this is roller-coaster ride of an episode, Anca Toderic of Gurnee, Illinois is surprised with a brand new puppy, but does she end up, or down? Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

THE APPRENTICE -- 5 (9-10 p.m.)
"Episode #511 - Back to School"

SIS-BOOM-RAH? -- The candidates re-live their younger days by putting on a tailgate party during a college football game as one team creates a spectacle with an eating contest while members of the other team dress up as cheerleaders. The winners wine and dine in the country -- while the losers face a fierce boardroom.

MEDIUM (10-11 p.m.)
"Death Takes a Policy"

'MEDIUM' EXECUTIVE PRODUCER KELSEY GRAMMER GUEST-STARS -- While investigating the death of a local physician, an ominous man (Emmy-winning guest star Kelsey Grammer, "Frasier," who also serves an executive producer of 'Medium') claiming to be "Death" starts appearing to Allison (Emmy-winner Patricia Arquette) in her visions -- causing her to worry that she might be living on borrowed time.

TUESDAY, MAY 9

MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS (8-8:30 p.m.)
"Episode 214"

OUTRAGEOUS TV LAUGHS -- This half-hour show proves that anything can happen when the cameras keep rolling. Viewers can enjoy hilarious outtakes from some of NBC's most popular shows, as well as outrageous moments from home videos, newscasts, game shows and commercials from around the globe.

MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS (8:30-9 p.m.)
"Episode 204"

OUTRAGEOUS TV LAUGHS -- This half-hour show proves that anything can happen when the cameras keep rolling. Audiences can enjoy hilarious outtakes from some of NBC's most popular shows, as well as outrageous moments from home videos, newscasts, game shows and commercials from around the globe.

SCRUBS (9-9:30 p.m.)
"My D�j� Vu My D�j� Vu"

AS DR. COX RETURNS TO WORK, J.D. REFLECTS ON THE LAST FIVE YEARS -- After five years working at Sacred Heart, J.D. (Zach Braff) can't help but feel that the same things seem to happen over and over again at the hospital. Meanwhile, following his drunken breakdown in the wake of three accidental deaths, Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) returns to work, but Elliot (Sarah Chalke) believes that Cox has lost his usual steely confidence when he hesitates to order immediate treatment for a patient. When her attempt to help him backfires, Elliot calls Dr. Cox on his behavior. Later, Carla (Judy Reyes) gets fed up with Turk (Donald Faison) flaunting all the stuff he can do but she can't since she is now pregnant. Neil Flynn and Ken Jenkins also star.

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (10-11 p.m.)
"Web"

A FAMILY IS TORN APART BY SEXUAL ABUSE -- The police are brought into family abuse allegations when Robin Winnock (guest star Dana Eskelson) believes her young son Jake (guest star Jack Vignone) was molested by her husband, currently serving time for molesting Jake's older brother Teddy. Through DNA evidence, Medical Examiner Warner (Tamara Tunie) clears the father (guest star Tim Hopper) but implicates Teddy as the abuser who has been running a highly profitable porn site catering to male pedophiles. The detectives' investigations bring them to the computer crime division of the department now staffed by Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and TARU Tech Morales (Joel De la Fuente), who are enlisted to help. Chris Meloni, Ice-T, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek, B.D. Wong and Diane Neal also star.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 10

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 33"

'DEAL OR NO DEAL' - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Contestants play for the top prize of $1 million in a high-energy match of nerves, instincts and raw intuition. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAW & ORDER (10-11 p.m.)
"Hindsight"

MICHAEL IMPERIOLI ('THE SOPRANOS') RETURNS TO GUEST-STAR AS DETECTIVE UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR SLASHING MURDER -- Detectives Fontana (Dennis Farina) and Green (Jesse L. Martin) are skeptical when Detective Falco (returning guest star Michael Imperioli, "The Sopranos") finds a young woman he took home the night before slashed to death in his bathroom, and anxious to exonerate himself, Falco takes rash steps that could indicate a cover-up. Fortunately, Detectives Fontana and Green believe their colleague was drugged by the victim in a plan to rob him but was instead dispatched by a violent female rival. Proving it in court is difficult for A.D.A. McCoy (Sam Waterston), who must sort through a family of cons and ex-cons, some with ties to Falco, all resulting in a final twist of fate. Annie Parisse, S. Epatha Merkerson and Fred Dalton Thompson also star.

THURSDAY, MAY 11

("SUPER-SIZED COMEDY NIGHT")

WILL & GRACE (8-8:40 p.m.)
"Whatever Happened to Baby Gin?"

TONY WINNER BERNADETTE PETERS AND JOSH LUCAS ('GLORY ROAD') TO GUEST-STAR IN SUPER-SIZED PENULTIMATE EPISODE - In a special super-sized episode - the series' next-to-last - just as Grace (Debra Messing) and Will (Eric McCormack) are settling into the idea of raising the baby together, Will's boyfriend Vince (guest star Bobby Cannavale) surprises him with an announcement that will lead Will to choose between his commitment to Grace and his relationship with Vince. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) shocks everyone when she announces the she has a sister, Gin (guest star Bernadette Peters, "Annie Get Your Gun"), who was injured as a child during a game of Twister. Josh Lucas, on the other hand, comforts Jack (Sean Hayes) after a devastating discovery when his new show "The Badge" premieres.

MY NAME IS EARL (8:40-9:20 p.m.)
"Number One"

A HARD-KNOCK LIFE IN THE SUPER-SIZED SEASON FINALE - In the super-sized season finale, Darnell (Eddie Steeples) suggests that Earl (Jason Lee) cross off number-one from his list -- "stole $10 from a guy at the Camden Market" -- but Earl soon discovers that he owes the guy all of his lotto winnings. Now penniless, Earl wonders when his karma is going kick in and turn his misfortunes around for the better. Ethan Suplee, Jaime Pressly and Nadine Velazquez also star.

THE OFFICE (9:20-10 p.m.)
"Casino Night"

IN SUPER-SIZED SEASON FINALE WRITTEN BY SERIES STAR STEVE CARELL, 'OFFICE' MATES LET IT ROLL -- In the super-sized season finale, Michael (Golden Globe winner Steve Carell) and the Dunder Mifflin crew hold a "Casino Night" for charity in their warehouse -- and take some big gambles. Rainn Wilson, Jenna Fischer, John Krasinski, B.J. Novak, Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Kate Flannery, Angela Kinsey, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith, Melora Hardin and David Denham also star. The episode was written by series star Steve Carell.

ER (10-11 p.m.)
"The Gallant Hero & The Tragic Victor"

THE GALLANT HERO AND THE TRAGIC VICTOR -- Freshly back from Africa's Darfur region, Dr. Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) struggles to get the real story when two abused boys come into the E.R. with their injured father. Neela (Parminder Nagra) is nervous when she is urgently called up to Dr. Dubenko's (Leland Orser) office, but is quickly relieved when she gets the good news. Meanwhile, the arrival of two U.S. Army officers has the staff worried that it might mean bad news. After Dr. Clemente's (John Leguizamo) strange behavior puts some of his patients in jeopardy, Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnjic) forces him to take a break. After bickering for months, Morris (Scott Grimes) and Albright (Dahlia Salem) can't seem to fight the sexual tension between them. Maura Tierney, Linda Cardellini, Shane West and Sharif Atkins also star.

FRIDAY, MAY 12

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"Episode # 34"

DEAL OR NO DEAL' - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Contestants play for the top prize of $1 million in a high-energy match of nerves, instincts and raw intuition. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAS VEGAS (9-10 p.m.)
"Father of the Bride"

SEASON FINALE - PARTIES AND PAYBACKS; CHEF WOLFGANG PUCK, DEAN CAIN, JERRY O'CONNELL (NBC'S 'CROSSING JORDAN') AND SHAWN CHRISTIAN GUEST-STAR; SUGARLAND'S KRISTIAN BUSH AND JENNIFER NETTLES PERFORM -- One of the trio of ladies at the Montecito is preparing to walk down the aisle but the impending wedding causes old love to resurface and turmoil to brew -- and also sets the stage for the mischief and mayhem of bachelor and bachelorette parties. The drama heightens when Ed's (James Caan) CIA past puts him in grave danger. Josh Duhamel, Vanessa Marcil, Nikki Cox, Molly Sims and James Lesure also star. Cheryl Ladd, Chef Wolfgang Puck, Dean Cain ("Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"), Jerry O'Connell (NBC's "Crossing Jordan"), and Shawn Christian ("Summerland") guest-star. Sugarland's Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles perform.

CONVICTION (10-11 p.m.)
"Indiscretion"

JIM STEELE (ANSON MOUNT) TRIES TO PROSECUTE A RAPE CASE BUT THE PLAINTIFF'S FATHER STANDS IN THE WAY - A.D.A. Potter (Jordan Bridges) takes over an easy drug case from colleague Rossi (Milena Govich) but bungles it badly; A.D.A. Desmond (J. August Richards) has to deal with an Upper West Side couple and a wacky fortune teller; Bureau Chief Cabot (Stephanie March) has an elegant engagement party. Julianne Nicholson and Peluso Eric Balfour also star.

SUNDAY, MAY 14

NBC SPECIALS (7-8 p.m.)
"The West Wing Retrospective" (working title)

CAST OF 'THE WEST WING' REFLECTS ON SEVEN YEARS OF EMMY-WINNING DRAMA -- The cast of the Emmy Award-winning "The West Wing" pauses to reflect on the evocative drama's seven years on NBC with a retrospective of many emotional and touching scenes that made the President Bartlet's administration come alive to millions of Americans. The critically acclaimed series also became a popular hit and earned a record-tying four Emmy Awards as Outstanding Drama Series. The series finale follows.

THE WEST WING(8-9 p.m.)
"Tomorrow - Series Finale"

SERIES FINALE OF EMMY AWARD-WINNING 'THE WEST WING'; ROB LOWE MAKES A CAMEO � After seven seasons of the Award-winning drama series, the Bartlet Administration prepares to leave the White House and The West Wing. While Santos and his winning camp are nervously gearing up for the presidential inauguration, current President Bartlet (Martin Sheen), CJ (Allison Janney) and the others fondly look back as they prepare to leave the White House forever. Guest star Rob Lowe guest-stars as Sam Seaborn. Alan Alda, Joshua Malina, Mary McCormack, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Bradley Whitford, Kristen Chenoweth, Jimmy Smits and Teri Polo also star.

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (9-10 p.m.)
"On Fire"

DEADLY CHURCH FIRES REVEAL SCORCHING FAMILY FEUD WHILE DEAKINS FIGHTS FOR HIS JOB -- When a church worker is found dead after the latest in a series of arson-fueled fires, Detectives Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) and Eames (Kathryn Erbe) trace evidence back to the dysfunctional family of one sanctuary's youth leader (guest star Josh Hamilton). Just as pressing is the personal matter weighing on Captain Deakins (Jamey Sheridan), whose intervention on behalf of one detective prompts a vengeful cop already in prison to launch a vendetta to oust him. Courtney B. Vance also stars.

LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (10-11 p.m.)
"The Good"

IN SEASON FINALE, DETECTIVES PROBE BEATING DEATHS OF SUBURBAN COUPLE WITH DRUG-ADDLED SON -- In the season finale, after a suburban couple is found bludgeoned to death, Detectives Logan (Chris Noth) and Barek (Annabella Sciorra) suspect that their drug-troubled son Kevin (guest star Kevin Nobbs) killed his parents' for their cash stash. But when a local investigator pressures the kid into a confession, the city cops discover a conflict of interest. While another suspect with close business ties to the victims emerges, Captain Deakins (Jamey Sheridan) urges Logan and Barek to drop the non-jurisdictional case -- and ponders his own future with the NYPD. Courtney B. Vance also stars.

MONDAY, MAY 15

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-10 p.m.)
"Episode # 35"

SPECIAL TWO-HOUR EPISODE -- In a special two-hour edition, surprises include a live satellite moment with contestant Renee Stokes and her husband, who is a US Marine stationed in Fallujah. Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

THE APPRENTICE - 5 (10-11 p.m.)
"Episode #512"

The remaining candidates engage in a battle of wits as the final rounds approach.

TUESDAY, MAY 16

SCRUBS (9-9:30 p.m.)
"My Urologist - Part I"

SPARKS FLY WHEN J.D. GETS A CONSULT FROM A SPECIALIST -- ELIZABETH BANKS ("THE 40 YEAR OLD VIRGIN") GUEST- STARS ONE OF A SURPRISING TWO-PART SEASON FINALE -- J.D. (Zach Braff) challenges a urologist's (Elizabeth Banks) assessment on a consult for a patient who might need a risky surgical procedure, feeling that she's playing it safe professionally and personally, since he also starts to fall for her. Along the same lines, Elliot (Sarah Chalke) considers breaking up with her boyfriend/intern Keith (Travis Schuldt) for being too weak, especially when he's being picked on by Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley). Neil Flynn and Ken Jenkins also star.

SCRUBS (9:30-10 p.m.)
"My Transition - Part II"

WHILE J.D. FALLS FOR A SPECIALIST, A BOMB DROPS AS NEWS OF AN UNEXPECTED PREGANCY HITS THE STAFF -- ELIZABETH BANKS ("THE 40 YEAR OLD VIRGIN") GUEST-STARS IN THE SECOND PART OF A TWO-PART SEASON FINALE - Smitten, J.D. (Zach Braff) tries to plan a perfect date with Dr. Kim Briggs (Elizabeth Banks) on their night off, but Elliot (Sarah Chalke) gets in the way. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) and Jordan (Christa Miller) celebrate a milestone in their young son's life. Later, baby fever sweeps the hospital as the staff tries to pick a name for Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla's (Judy Reyes) expected baby, but no one could guess who at Sacred Heart has to sweat out a pregnancy next. Neil Flynn and Ken Jenkins also star.

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (10-11 p.m.)
"Influence"

IN SEASON FINALE, UNSTABLE YOUNG WOMAN LOSES CONTROL OF HER CAR AND MOWS DOWN VICTIMS; BRITTANY SNOW GUEST-STARS -- In the season finale, a former rock star appears on a national talk show and gets on a soapbox about the abuse of psychiatric drugs, while an unstable young woman who loses her virginity goes off her prescribed medication, gets behind the wheel of a car -- and mows down 10 people. As these highly charged events are played out, the argument about prescribed "meds" is challenged. Brittany Snow ("American Dreams") and Norman Reedus guest-star.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"EPISODE # 36"

'DEAL OR NO DEAL' - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Contestants play for the top prize of $1 million in a high-energy match of nerves, instincts and raw intuition. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

LAW & ORDER (10-11 p.m.)
"Invaders"

SEASON FINALE - MURDEROUS HOME INVADERS STRIKE CLOSE TO HOME -- The latest murder victims of two home invaders are the family members of a man who once sold fake DEA badges to the killers and then began secretly cooperating with police -- but the case takes a harrowing turn when one of the law enforcement team is put in the line of fire. In a legal gambit, A.D.A. McCoy (Sam Waterston) must then risk his career -- and those of others, as well -- to bend the rules and use corrupt DEA Agent Almonte (guest star Ritchie Coster) to lure out the sadistic psychopaths. Dennis Farina, Jesse L. Martin, Annie Parisse, S. Epatha Merkerson and Fred Dalton Thompson also star.

THURSDAY, MAY 18

NBC SPECIALS (8-9 p.m.)
"Will & Grace: Say Goodnight Gracie"

A LOOK BACK AT EIGHT YEARS OF 'WILL & GRACE' PRIOR TO EMMY-WINNING SERIES' FINALE -- The Emmy Award-winning comedy series' cast looks back at its eight seasons of outrageous storylines in this hour-long compilation of memorable scenes and all new interviews with the cast and crew. Also featured are the series' show-stopping guest stars who will talk about their on "Will & Grace" and give you a glimpse into why this show has been so successful.

WILL & GRACE (9-10 p.m.)
"Series Finale"

FINAL CURTAIN, SERIES FINALE - HARRY CONNICK, JR., KEVIN BACON AND BOBBY CANNAVALE GUEST STAR --The culmination of eight seasons' ends tonight with a one-hour series finale - Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) have a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack (Sean Hayes) find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will Karen (Megan Mullally) find true happiness with the absence of Stan? All these questions and more will be answered as this groundbreaking series concludes eight amazing seasons.

ER (10-11 p.m.)
"Twenty-One Guns"

JAILBIRDS LAND IN THE E.R.; ERNIE HUDSON AND SHERYL LEE RALPH GUEST-STAR IN SEASON FINALE --Chaos strikes when injured jailbirds come into County General looking to escape their prison time. With the help of an accomplice posing as an E.M.T., the fugitives force one of the nurses to become a part of the melee. As the gunmen get more and more desperate to make it out of the hospital, they decide to resort to extreme measures and Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnijic) unknowingly puts himself in harms way. Gunshots ring out in the lobby and Abby (Maura Tierney) slips to the ground. Meanwhile, Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) tries to persuade Neela (Parminder Nagra) as she attends to Gallant's concerned parents (guest stars Ernie Hudson, "Ghostbusters," and Sheryl Lee Ralph, "Designing Women"). Laura Innes, Linda Cardellini, Shane West and Scott Grimes also star.

FRIDAY, MAY 19

CONVICTION (9-10 p.m.)
"180.80 - Part I"

SEASON FINALE- BOUNCER ARRESTED AFTER YOUNG WOMAN WHO LEAVES BAR IS FOUND MURDERED IN FIRST OF TWO-PART STORY -- When a young woman leaves an after-hours bar and is found murdered, the pub's bouncer is the prime suspect in the first of a two-part story. After a wild shootout in the courthouse, members of the A.D.A. office are faced with a tense and emotional hostage situation. Milena Govich, Julianne Nicholson, Stephanie March, Eric Balfour, Jordan Bridges, J. August Richards and Anson Mount star.

CONVICTION (10-11 p.m.)
"180.80 � Part II"

SEASON FINALE �BOUNCER ARRESTED AFTER YOUNG WOMAN WHO LEAVES BAR IS FOUND MURDERED IN SECOND OF TWO-PART STORY -- When a young woman leaves an after-hours bar and is found murdered, the pub's bouncer is the prime suspect in the second of a two-part story. After a wild shootout in the courthouse, members of the A.D.A. office are faced with a tense and emotional hostage situation. Milena Govich, Julianne Nicholson, Stephanie March, Eric Balfour, Jordan Bridges, J. August Richards and Anson Mount star.

SUNDAY, MAY 21

NBC MOVIE OF THE WEEK (9-11 p.m.)
"10.5: Apocalypse, Part I"

THE EARTH SHAKES LIKE NEVER BEFORE IN SEQUEL TO POPULAR '10.5' MINISERIES -- In NBC's high-octane thrill ride "10.5: Apocalypse," the deadly seismic activities that peaked with a 10.5 earthquake and devastated the West Coast in the first miniseries have altered the core structure of the Earth -- and now threaten to jeopardize North America and the Western Hemisphere, causing catastrophic events. In a desperate bid to save lives and the country, President Hollister (Emmy-Award and Golden Globe winner Beau Bridges) once again calls upon one of the nation's top seismologists, controversial scientist Dr. Samantha Hill (Emmy winner Kim Delaney, "NYPD Blue") and her supervisor and former boyfriend Dr. Jordan Fisher (David Cubitt, NBC's "Medium"). At a loss for how to interpret this continued seismic and now volcanic disruption, Hill re-discovers her seismologist-father's (Frank Langella, "Superman Returns") much-discredited hypothesis from years past that, if correct, predicts even greater ruin and a complete altering of the North American continent. The movie also stars Dean Cain ("The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story"), Oliver Hudson ("The Mountain"), Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon ("NYPD Blue"), Carlos Bernard ("24"), Carly Pope ("Popular") and Barbara Eve Harris ("Ignition").

MONDAY, MAY 22

DEAL OR NO DEAL (8-9 p.m.)
"EPISODE # 37"

'DEAL OR NO DEAL' - Actor-comedian Howie Mandel ("Hidden Howie") hosts this exhilarating hit game show of chance and odds where contestants try their luck to become a millionaire. Contestants play for the top prize of $1 million in a high-energy match of nerves, instincts and raw intuition. Viewers at home can also watch and play the "Lucky Case Game" for a chance to win $10,000.

THE APPRENTICE - 5 (9-10 p.m.)
"Episode #513"

In the final weeks leading up to the big finale, tension mounts as the candidates fight to make their best impressions on Donald Trump.

MEDIUM (10-11 p.m.)
"Finale"

Allison (Emmy-winner Patricia Arquette) has visions of her life had she become the high-powered attorney she originally set out to be, and married someone other than Joe (Jake Weber).

TUESDAY, MAY 23

NBC MOVIE OF THE WEEK (9-11 p.m.)
"10.5: Apocalypse, Part II"

GROUND-SHAKING CONCLUSION TO SEQUEL OF POPULAR '10.5' MINISERIES -- In the dramatic conclusion of "10.5: Apocalypse," the nation's team of top seismologists led by Dr. Hill (Kim Delaney, "NYPD Blue") continue to race against the clock to decipher the unprecedented series of quakes assaulting the nation -- and to their horror, they now realize the activity could trigger a split of the entire continent. There is no choice now but to find and rescue Dr. Earl Hill (Frank Langella, "Superman Returns"), who is trapped inside a Las Vegas casino buried due to a major quake. Leading the efforts is FEMA field commander Natalie Warner (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, "NYPD Blue") and her team of rescuers, including firefighters and brothers Brad (Dean Cain, "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story") and Will Malloy (Oliver Hudson, "The Mountain"), whose wife (Carly Pope, "Popular") is also trapped. When Dr. Hill is saved, he is rejoined with his daughter Samantha (Delaney) -- and the fate of the nation rides on their last attempt to stop the runaway fault line. Beau Bridges ("The Ballad of Jack and Rose"), Carlos Bernard ("24") and Barbara Eve Harris ("Ignition") also star.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24

NBC MOVIE OF THE WEEK (9-11 p.m.)
"The Italian Job"

NON-STOP ACTION RAGES FROM VENICE TO LOS ANGELES IN THEATRICAL HIT 'THE ITALIAN JOB' -- The action never stops from Venice to Los Angeles in this 2003 theatrical hit starring Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Mos Def and Edward Norton as master thieves. The only threat mastermind thief Charlie Croker (Wahlberg) never saw coming was from a member of his own crew. After pulling off an amazing gold bullion heist from a heavily guarded palazzo in Venice, Italy, Charlie and his gang - including inside man Steve (Norton), computer genius Lyle (Seth Green), wheelman handsome Rob (Jason Statham), explosives expert Left-Ear (Mos Def) and veteran safecracker John Bridger (Donald Sutherland) -- can't believe their fate when one of them turns out to be a double-crosser. Then Stella (Theron), a beautiful nerves-of-steel safecracker, joins Charlie and his former gang when they follow the backstabber to California. They plan to re-steal the gold by tapping into Los Angeles' traffic control system, manipulate the signals and create one of the biggest traffic jams in L.A. history. Now the job isn't the payoff -- it's about payback.





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· 10.5: APOCALYPSE (NBC)
· 24 (FOX)
· AMERICAN DREAMS (NBC)
· APPRENTICE, THE (NBC)
· CONVICTION (NBC)
· CROSSING JORDAN (NBC)
· DEAL OR NO DEAL (NBC)
· ER (NBC)
· FRASIER (NBC)
· HIDDEN HOWIE: THE PRIVATE LIFE OF A PUBLIC NUISANCE (BRAVO)
· LAS VEGAS (NBC)
· LAW & ORDER (NBC)
· LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT (USA)
· LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (NBC)
· MEDIUM (CBS)
· MOST OUTRAGEOUS MOMENTS (NBC)
· MOUNTAIN, THE (WB)
· MY NAME IS EARL (NBC)
· NYPD BLUE (ABC)
· OFFICE, THE (NBC)
· OZ (HBO)
· PERFECT HUSBAND, THE: THE LACI PETERSON STORY (USA)
· POPULAR (WB)
· SCRUBS (ABC)
· SOPRANOS, THE (HBO)
· SUMMERLAND (WB)
· TEACHERS (NBC)
· WEST WING, THE (NBC)
· WILL & GRACE (NBC)











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