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CSI Wins Network Battle
CSI Wins Network Battle

CSI Most Watched Show

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CSI and CSI: Miami helped CBS win the network ratings battle last week. CSI was the most-watched show with 28.9 million viewers. CBS had seven programs among the ten most watched shows and averaged 12.9 million viewers for the week.

Fox, thanks to strong ratings for its baseball coverage, was second with 11.8 million viewers. NBC was third with an average of 10.2 million viewers. ABC was fourth with 10 million viewers, despite getting strong ratings for Desperate Housewives and Lost.

The Apprentice landed in 11th place with 16 million viewers. Joey is hanging in there for NBC. It finished in 19th place with 13.4 million viewers. The TV movie, Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers, finished in 61st place.

If you thought the premieres were over, think again. Here's what's new tonight.

NBC
9:00 p.m. -- The West Wing: The sixth season of NBC's political drama finds President Bartlett and the gang dealing with tensions in the Middle East, and Bartlett, played by MARTIN SHEEN is a lame duck. Look for new cast members ALAN ALDA and JIMMY SMITS to campaign for his job later this season. Alda will show up in episode eight while Smits will make his appearance in the fourth episode.

CBS
9:30 p.m. -- Center of the Universe: JOHN GOODMAN and JEAN SMART play a married couple dealing with his annoying family in this sitcom. ED ASNER and OLYMPIA DUKAKIS also star.

The family of CHRISTOPHER REEVE announced plans for a private memorial service yesterday. The Reeves, in conjunction with the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation, will pay tribute to the late actor in an invitation-only service on Friday, October 29th at 2:00 p.m., ET at The Juilliard School in New York City. About 900 people, including family, friends, and those associated with Reeve's Foundation, will be invited.

Reeve's widow, DANA, also released an open letter of thanks for the outpouring of support her family has received since Christopher's death on October 10th.

Public-policy conferences are usually not the ideal setting for cracking jokes, but GOVERNOR ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER had em rolling in the aisles at one such conference in Monterey, California, Monday.

As you know, Arnold is a Republican and he's married to MARIA SHRIVER, a Kennedy and a Democrat. Arnold told the audience his sex life suffered after he endorsed President Bush at the GOP Convention this past summer. Arnold said, quote, "There was no sex for 14 days. Everything comes with side effects."

On the topic of presidential debates, Arnold said if he wanted to see a liberal Democrat and a Republican leader argue, he'd just take his wife out to dinner. Arnold also said he was jealous of Bush and Kerry because they only had to debate three times. Arnold said he has to do it every morning at breakfast.


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