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Beautiful People
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In 1895, Oscar Wilde's homosexuality got him a two-year stretch in Redding Gaol, and a century or so later things aren't going all that much better for young Simon, who's being bullied horribly ever day. So as Simon Doonan's loosely based memoirs of his teen years conclude in 1998 in the Season 2 finale, it's no surprise that he's itching to get out of Redding. He does so, but first he meets a boy he describes as "the one." And he has an encounter with "the ghost of homosexual future," who offers words of encouragement. — Paul Droesch

Champions Tour Golf
4/3c NBC
There are five majors in the Champions Tour season, and three of them are played in a four-week window. Last weekend, it was the Senior British Open at Carnoustie, Scotland. Two weeks from now, it's the Tradition in Sunriver, Ore. But this week, Sammamish, Wash., in suburban Seattle, hosts the U.S. Senior Open at the Sahalee Country Club, the site of the 1998 PGA Championship won by Vijay Singh. Third-round play is featured today. — Dave Roeder


8/7c ABC Family
John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John star in this energetic 1978 musical based on the long-running Broadway play about high schoolers in the 1950s. Although the film presents a whitewashed version of the decade, its exuberance, music and larger-than-life characters promote a healthy innocence that's exceedingly refreshing. Songs include "Grease," "You're the One That I Want" and "Greased Lightning." Newton-John positively shines on the Oscar-nominated ballad "Hopelessly Devoted to You." Also starring Stockard Channing, Jeff Conaway and Didi Conn. Rated PG. — Ray Stackhouse

8/7c Fox
There's a lot of police activity at the bustling U.S. border community of San Ysidro, Calif., in tonight's episode. First, officers take part in a sting operation that targets undocumented aliens who are trying to enter the U.S. from Mexico. Then police halt a suspicious vehicle that's crossing the border, and this eventually leads to a major drug bust. — Jennifer Sankowski

Lies Between Friends
9/8c Hallmark
Gabrielle Anwar stars in this murder mystery as a thirtysomething art authenticator who spends a weekend with old college friends who have quite a few secrets and unresolved conflicts among them. The reunion takes a turn when one member of the group, a B-movie actress, turns up dead, and everyone — including an obsessed fan who works as a handyman where the women are staying — is a suspect. — Brie Hearn

Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit
9/8c Syfy
Ivan Sergei, known to Charmed fans from his recurring role as Henry, plays the titular fortune hunter who goes to Syria in search of an ancient treasure with a pre-Warehouse 13 Joanne Kelly at his side in this 2008 action flick that will have you wondering if the hero shops for clothes at the same place as Indiana Jones. — Michael Chant

9/8c Lifetime
The ability to read people is always a useful skill, but the ability to see the evil that lurks in others during a crime spree is especially handy. In this 2010 Lifetime original thriller, Mia Ford stars as a girl with an eye for evil who moves to a small town with her father after her mother's murder. The town is beset by a series of brutal attacks against kids, and it looks like its newest resident is tailor-made to track down the perpetrators. — Rhoda Charles