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Sunday, April 24, 2005; Page Y03

On CBS, "JAG" ties up some loose ends as the series winds down, and Lucy Lawless battles "Locusts." Fox gets real with "Marriage 911," and Ryan Seacrest tunes in to pop music. Comedian Ron White gets his own special on WB. FDR's struggle with polio is dramatized on HBO, while Science Channel tracks a perfect bridge. The rocky political career of Henry A. Wallace and "Cooking Under Fire" are featured on WETA. And do you catch all those oh-so-clever inside jokes on TV? Take our quiz and see.

american top 40 live

Sunday at 8 p.m. on Fox

Ryan Seacrest hosts this two-hour special saluting the sounds of pop music. The show includes performances by Ryan Cabrera, Gavin DeGraw, Finger Eleven, Maroon 5 and Hoobastank.


Sunday at 9 p.m. on CBS

Lucy Lawless, best known as "Xena: Warrior Princess," portrays Maddy Rierdon, an insect expert who is called to help when an outbreak of giant locusts erupts on both coasts. The bioengineered bugs threaten livestock, the nation's food supply and even human lives. (And you thought the cicadas were annoying.)

marriage 911

Monday at 8 p.m. on Fox

In this reality special, chiropractor Chris King leaves the details of running the household to his wife, Laura, who must ride herd on five kids and a houseful of pets and find time to be a devoted spouse.

Enter Jamie Greene, a licensed marriage therapist and former 1980s rock star, who works with the King family to address their relationship issues. Jamie, can this Kingdom be saved?


Monday at 11 p.m.


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