By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
"Boston Public," 7 p.m., FOX. This rerun has an exciting day for Guber, who's usually deskbound as vice principal. Now he gets to teach a Shakespeare class.
"Everybody Loves Raymond," 8 p.m., CBS. This rerun opens with some exceptionally bad driving by Ray's mom. That leaves Ray with a hole in his wall, a car in his living room and a crisis in his family.
"Ally McBeal," 8 p.m., FOX. David E. Kelley's series has Bernadette Peters returning as the love interest from John's Los Angeles trip.
"The Retrievers," 6 p.m., Animal Planet. Here is the debut of a movie about a city couple (Robert Hays and Mel Harris) moving to the country with their kids, then finding a litter of golden retrievers.
"Politically Incorrect," 11:35 a.m., ABC. All week, Bill Maher will have discussions of the Mafia. This time, his guests are one person without a mob history (actress Anne Meara, Ben Stiller's mom) and three with lots of history. Two are lawyers; the third is Bill Bonnano, whose dad Joseph Bonnano was the subject of the Gay Talese book and film "Honor Thy Father."