Gannett News Service
"Frasier" and "Three Sisters," 8 and 8:30 p.m., NBC. After being shown up by female grease monkeys, the brothers Crane take an auto repair class. Then comes an episode of "Three Sisters." The focus is on Nora (Vicki Lewis), the cynical sister. After putting out negative vibes, she admits shes had a long dry spell since her last romance. Is it time for her to try? Her sisters, the pragmatic Bess and flighty Annie, have different reactions.
"NYPD Blue," 9 p.m., ABC. Danny and Diane probe multiple crimes at one hotel.
"JAG," 7 p.m., CBS. Two ships collide and the U.S. commander is blamed.
"Judging Amy," 9 p.m., CBS. Amy is ready to date her daughters karate teacher.
"Attila," 9 p.m., USA Network. In the old days Hollywood loved epics with grand scales and thundering herds. Now heres the two-part story of Attila the Hun, starring Gerard Butler ("Dracula 2000"). Shot in Lithuania over 65 days, Butler says Hun was an imposing character. Thats a good start for an epic, says USA programmer Adam Shapiro: This is "a powerful king, a genius at strategy, a uniter of people and a great lover, who died mysteriously on his honeymoon."
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