* This morning, the Payne Stewart memorial service on CNN and MSNBC.
* Tonight, "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" on WUSA.
* "The 1999 GQ Men of the Year Awards" on VH1.
* "The Stockholder Society" on WETA.
* And "Nightline" begins a six-part series on women in prison on WJLA.
Payne Stewart Memorial
Live coverage of golfer Payne Stewart's memorial service from First Baptist Church in Orlando, Fla. (CNN and MSNBC at 11 a.m.). ESPN will air a three-hour tribute to Stewart beginning at 3 p.m.
NHL Hockey. Washington at Anaheim (Channel 50, 10:30 p.m.).
The 1999 GQ Men of the Year Awards. Dennis Miller hosts the ceremony honoring 16 men selected by GQ readers in the April issue. The special includes performances by Garth Brooks, Lenny Kravitz and the Goo Goo Dolls. Two hours (VH1 at 9).
50 Years on 9. Gordon Peterson and Andrea Roane celebrate the local station's half-century mark. 30 minutes (Channel 9, 9:30; preempts "Candid Camera").
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (CC) (R). Linus holds a vigil in hopes of a visit by the Great Pumpkin, and Charlie Brown gets rocks in his trick-or-treat bag (Channel 9 at 8).
Odd Man Out (CC). Andrew and Keith crash a wealthy woman's Halloween party (Channel 7, 8:30).
Garfield's Halloween Adventure (CC) (R). That grumpy but lovable cat goes trick-or-treating and winds up in a haunted house (Channel 9, 8:30).
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (CC) works the late shift on Halloween at her college coffeehouse; Edgar Allan Poe IV, the great-great nephew of the author, guest stars (Channel 7 at 9).
The Hughleys (CC). Darryl and his buddies wind up in the woods running from the Coyote Man; David Arquette of the "Scream" movies guest stars (Channel 7, 9:30).
Monsterfest '99. "It Conquered the World," "The She-Creature" and "The Amazing Colossal Man" are the first three films to kick off a 39-film marathon airing through the weekend (American Movie Classics at 10).
Washington Week in Review (CC) discusses the New Hampshire town meetings with the presidential candidates from both parties (Channel 26 at 8).
The Stockholder Society (CC). Host Ben Wattenberg looks at the dramatic increase in stock ownership. One hour (Channel 26 at 10).
The Disciples (1999). Four ninjas named Maria, Lisa, Mick and Yoyo are on the scene in Miami protecting high-profile clients. Two hours (Channel 20 at 8).
20/20 (CC) reports on the dark side of the door-to-door magazine sales business (Channel 7 at 10).
Providence (CC). Kyle invites Syd to go camping with him for two weeks in the Grand Canyon (Channel 4 at 8).
Nightline (CC) begins a six-part series on women in prison; tonight, a profile of the population at California's Valley State Prison for Women (Channel 7, 11:35).
The Early Show (CC), hosted by Bryant Gumbel and Jane Clayson, debuts (Channel 9 at 7).
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