Golf (CC). Third round of the U.S. Open (Channel 4, 12:30).
Baseball. New York Yankees at Los Angeles (Channel 5 at 3); Baltimore at Colorado (Channel 20 at 8).
WNBA Basketball (CC). Detroit at Sacramento (Channel 7 at 4).
MLS Soccer. Los Angeles at New York/New Jersey (ESPN2 at 4); Columbus at D.C. (CSN, 7:30).
It's Academic. Walter Johnson, Blake and Richard Montgomery high schools compete in a semifinal match (Channel 4 at 10 a.m.).
The Novak Zone interviews retiring Sen. John Breaux (D-La.) (CNN, 9:30 a.m.).
Weekend Live With Tony Snow. Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman Dan Senor updates the situation in Iraq; plus a discussion of whether there was an al Qaeda-Iraq link with Stephen Hayes, author of "The Connection"(FNC at noon). Tomorrow, Time's Tim Burger discusses the 9/11 commission.
The Beltway Boys. Topics include President Bush playing hardball with John Kerry on the economy and the Iraqi handover (FNC at 6).
To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbe. Topics include the roles of religion and women in the Kerry campaign (Channel 32, 6:30; repeats tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. on Channels 22 and 26).
Fox News Watch looks at media coverage of hostage Paul Johnson and Bill Clinton's memoir (FNC, 6:30).
Inside Washington With Gordon Peterson. Topics are the 9/11 commission report, the possible al Qaeda-Iraq link and Kerry's search for a running mate (Channel 9 at 7).
The Capital Gang (CC). Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) talks about the 9/11 commission, the campaign and Clinton's book; the Hartford Courant's Chris Keating assesses the impeachment inquiry of Connecticut Gov. John Rowland (CNN at 7).
The McLaughlin Group. Topics include the possibility of a link between Iraq and al Qaeda (Channel 4, 7:30; repeats tomorrow, 11:30 a.m.).
Big Story Weekend With Rita Cosby goes inside the military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for a look at interrogations (FNC at 9).
After Hours with Cal Thomas. Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, talks about her book "Betrayal" (FNC at 11).
This Is America With Dennis Wholey interviews Duke University professor emeritus John Hope Franklin on segregation in America (Channel 32, 11:30).
The World's Biggest and Baddest Bugs takes a look at three-inch cockroaches and more. Two hours (Animal Planet at 8).
Revolution. Comedian Margaret Cho performs stand-up in a concert taped in Los Angeles last year (Sundance Channel at 9).
Slasher (2004). This John Landis documentary follows a traveling car salesman who swoops into Memphis to help a dealership clear out its inventory over Memorial Day weekend (IFC at 10).
Thirteen Days (2000) (CC) dramatizes the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis; with Kevin Costner. Three hours (Channel 9 at 8).
Patch Adams (1998) (CC). Robin Williams is at his most treacly as a doctor who wears a clown nose. Three hours (Channel 7 at 8).
Apollo at 70 (CC). A musical homage to the legendary Harlem theater on its 70th birthday with music by Ashanti, Natalie Cole, Bob Dylan, Harry Connick Jr., Willie Nelson and Herbie Hancock. Two hours (Channel 4 at 8).
Sleep: How to Get the Rest of Your Life (CC). ABC News's Nancy Snyderman examines sleep deprivation and disorders and gives advice on how to achieve better sleep (Channel 7 at 10).
Crime & Punishment (CC). Deputy District Attorney Marisa Ditillio prosecutes a woman for allegedly neglecting her potbelly pig (Channel 4 at 10).
Saturday Night Live (CC) (R). With Donald Trump and music by Toots & the Maytals (Channel 4, 11:30).