* An hour-long "Cosby," followed by the movie "Black and Blue" on WUSA.
* A two-hour "Beverly Hills 90210" on WTTG.
* And an interview with George W. Bush on "20/20" on WJLA.
NHL Hockey. Dallas at Washington (HTS at 7).
The Living Edens: Canyonlands: America's Wild West (CC) explores the 40,000-square-mile area of the Colorado Plateau. One hour (Channel 26 at 8).
Black and Blue (1999) (CC). A made-for-TV version of the Anna Quindlen novel about a battered wife (Mary Stuart Masterson) who flees with her son to escape an abusive husband (Anthony LaPaglia). Two hours (Channel 9 at 9).
Dateline NBC (CC) shows you how to survive getting lost in the woods (Channel 4 at 8).
20/20 (CC) interviews Republican presidential candidate Gov. George W. Bush (Channel 7 at 10).
Beverly Hills, 90210 (CC). In a two-hour episode, Janet goes into premature labor, Donna discovers a family secret, Noah and Gina party and, probably most exciting, Dylan, Kelly and Matt plan Thanksgiving dinner (Channel 5 at 8).
Cosby (CC). In a one-hour episode, Griffin dreams of a world where teachers make more money than athletes; guest appearances by Patrick Ewing, Doug Flutie, Bryant Gumbel, Greg Gumbel, Ahmad Rashad, Jerry Rice and Phil Simms (Channel 9 at 8).
Dawson's Creek (CC). Get ready for another "Blair Witch Project" takeoff. This one has Dawson and his band of cutie-pies shooting a documentary about Witch Island (Channel 50 at 8).
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (CC). Me! "Is that your final answer?" Yes! "Are you sure?" Yes, Regis, yes! (Channel 7, 8:30).
The Drew Carey Show (CC). Drew continues to suffer from November sweeps fever by encouraging viewers to hit the Internet to view a companion show airing online simultaneously (Channel 7 at 9).
Star Trek: Voyager (CC). Janeway searches for a missing 300-year-old U.S. spacecraft manned by a long-lost astronaut (Phil Morris) (Channel 20 at 9).
Law & Order (CC). Tensions run high between Briscoe and Green over the investigation of an elderly woman's murder (Channel 4 at 10).