* The conclusion of "Aftershock: Earthquake in New York" on WUSA.

* Part 3 of "New York: A Documentary Film" on WETA.

* More "Millionaire" on WJLA.

* And "The Native American Sports Experience" on ESPN.


NBA Basketball. Philadelphia at Washington (HTS at 7).

Cable Series

Outside the Lines: The Native American Sports Experience (CC) looks at the role of sports in the history and lives of Native Americans. One hour (ESPN at 7).

Real Sports profiles Tim Strachan, a highly regarded DeMatha High quarterback who was paralyzed from the chest down the summer before his senior year and is now a student at the University of Maryland (HBO at 10).

Public Broadcasting

Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth (CC). Part 2 examines the role of microorganisms in creating and sustaining the planet's environment. One hour (Channel 26 at 8).

New York: A Documentary Film (CC). Part 3 covers the years 1865-1898 when greed was good and wealth was prominent despite a growing poverty rate. Two hours (Channel 26 at 9).


Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999) (CC). In the conclusion, as the city lies in shambles, Dori (Sharon Lawrence) scales a building to save her son while the fire chief (Tom Skerritt) searches for his daughter. Two hours (Channel 9 at 9).

Cable Movie

The Cruise (1998). A documentary on Timothy "Speed" Levitch, a Manhattan tour bus guide. 90 minutes (Cinemax, 6:30).


Dateline NBC (CC) interviews Kathie Lee Gifford about new sweatshop allegations, plus an update on Iowa's McCaughey septuplets, who are reaching that lovely age of 2 (Channel 4 at 10).


Just Shoot Me (CC). Finch's marriage to a supermodel is on the rocks (Channel 4 at 8).

That '70s Show (CC). Hyde gets a new job at the local photo shop with a boss (Tommy Chong) who seems to have inhaled too much photo developer (Channel 5 at 8; another episode follows).

Spin City (CC). Paul is selected to appear on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" (Channel 7 at 8).

JAG (CC). Harm and Mac are off to Panama to investigate a colonel's wife who may have smuggled drugs (Channel 9 at 8).

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (CC). Members of a mysterious underground laboratory, known as the Initiative, kidnap Spike (Channel 50 at 8).

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (CC). Resistance is futile (Channel 7, 8:30).

Dilbert (CC) becomes world-famous when he creates a work of art that becomes a phenomenon; Chazz Palminteri guest-stars (Channel 20, 8:30).

Once and Again (CC). Eli and Grace attend a crazy high school party that ends with a visit from the paramedics (Channel 7 at 10).

Late Night

Nightline (CC) reports on Project 2000, a program developed by Washington psychologist Spencer Holland that provides mentors for boys; this airs in conjunction with ABC News's week-long focus on problems associated with young males (Channel 7, 11:35).

Wednesday Morning

Good Morning America (CC). The first interview with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates since a court ruled that his company wields monopoly power (Channel 7 at 7).

CAPTION: David James Elliott and Catherine Bell star in "JAG" at 8 p.m. on WJLA.