By Mike Hughes
Gannett News Service
"Everybody Loves Raymond," 8 p.m., CBS. Last week, this terrific comedy launched its final season with wit and a surprise. Marie and Frank decided to move to a retirement village that's 85 minutes away. They'll sell their home to Robert and Amy for its original price, $26,000. Ray and Robert forever grumbling about their interfering parents celebrated, then hesitated. Tonight, the aftershocks will apparently set in. Expect "Raymond" to have a great final year.
"Extreme Oil" conclusion, 10 p.m., PBS. In the distant regions of Alaska, this documentary says, people have stunning natural vistas. They also have little chance for anything beyond basic food and shelter. This film visits one native tribe that has used oil-company money to fund its town, including two new fire trucks. It visits another that has refused all oil funds. It has serenity, but no electricity. Both are involved in the debate over allowing oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
"When Harry Met Sally" (1989), 5 p.m., AMC. Here's a new chance to see this smart and entertaining romantic comedy. It merges four smart talents writer Nora Ephron, director Rob Reiner and stars Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan.
"Still Standing," 7 p.m., CBS. Justine Bateman the former "Family Ties" star whose brother (Jason) is in the Emmy-winning "Arrested Development" joins the show. She and Julia Campbell play a lesbian couple, living next door to Bill and Judy.
"Listen Up," 7:30 p.m., CBS. Last week's fairly good opener had Tony (Jason Alexander) bumbling his efforts with his teen daughter. He has further flubs tonight while trying a discipline crackdown.
"Without a Trace," 8 p.m., TNT. This excellent drama series adds a weekly cable slot. It will have reruns here each Monday.
"Las Vegas," 8 p.m., NBC. Ed (James Caan) has been framed for murder. Now Danny and Mike must hustle to help him. Meanwhile, the casino staffers find that being a landlord is tricky. Mary, Delinda, Nessa and Sam get things all wrong while trying to choose the ideal tenants.
"Two and a Half Men," 8:30 p.m., CBS. Alan's ex-wife is sleeping with their son's pediatrician. Alan, of course, disapproves.
"LAX," 9 p.m., NBC. What happens when an airport boss finds himself on an endangered plane? That's happens here. Roger (Blair Underwood) tries to use his expertise on board. Meanwhile, Harley (Heather Locklear) leads airport efforts on the ground.
"CSI: Miami," 9 p.m., CBS. An accused killer turns out to be as clever as his own lawyer.