By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
TONIGHT'S MUST-SEE: "Chains of Love" premiere, 8 p.m., UPN (seen on KFVE). Here's one of those shows you can't quit watching. It is attractive and empty. It is frustrating and fascinating. The notion is basic: Some weeks one guy is chained to four women; others, it's one woman and four guys. Tonight, Andy, a handsome Hollywood stuntman, is chained to four young women. They spend four days in a spectacular mansion and go on dates. At times, with no warning, he must dismiss one woman, deciding how much of the $10,000 pot she gets. Eventually, he spends a night with the final woman. He can split the remaining cash equally with her or dismiss her, too. We see empty talk by pretty people. Slick, shallow and oddly compelling.
"That '70s Show," 7 p.m., Fox. Kitty gets the guys to help with a church fund-raiser.
"3rd Rock from the Sun," 7:30 p.m., NBC. Dick and Don have bought a time share in what's supposed to be a luxury vacation spot.
"Dharma and Greg," 8 p.m., ABC. This reruns the season-opener, with Dharma still bummed over her mom having a new baby.
"What About Joan," 8:30 p.m., ABC. Joan encourages one of her teacher colleagues to break the speed limit. Naturally, there are repercussions.
"NYPD Blue," 9 p.m. ABC. A cop is shot while committing a crime. Now Andy and Danny try to help.