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Still Standing, 8:30 p.m., Channels 12, 7.
Throughout the history of situation comedies, parents have been bellowing "my roof, my rules." Now comes a neat twist. Bill and Judy (Mark Addy and Jami Gertz) say that to Brian, their teen son who's a math whiz. He promptly moves. That's part of a clever episode that brings a bonus: While obsessing on their son, Bill and Judy never seem to notice that their daughter Lauren (Renee Olstead) is a fine singer.
That leads to a fantasy scene in which Olstead, whose CD debuts Tuesday, sings "Summertime," backed by an orchestra. It's a great way to end the season - and to start her music career.
A Beautiful Mind (2001), 8-11 p.m., Channels 9, 2. This is a stunning movie that is best seen with no advance information. Basically, it's a true story about a math genius. Ron Howard directs a superb cast, led by Russell Crowe and Jennifer Connelly.
Colonial House, 8-10 p.m., Channels 48, 16; concludes Tuesday. There are shake-ups at the top tonight, in this well-made reality show about modern people living 1638 lives. One leader resigns his post for philosophical reasons and another simply leaves; a third leaves for family reasons. The surprise comes when an outsider is sent by the English company that owns the Colony. He might be there just to make suggestions - or he might be preparing a shake-up.
George of the Jungle 2 (2003), 8 p.m., Disney Channel. Newcomer Christopher Showerman steps into the Brendan Fraser role in this made-for-video sequel about the clumsy but well-meaning hunk. Co-starring are Julie Benz and the voice of John Cleese.
Everybody Loves Raymond, 9 p.m., Channels 12, 7. This isn't one of the better Raymond episodes, but give it credit for ambition. Avoiding the hurry-up style of most comedies, it simply puts the two brothers in a van for 14 minutes of funny-sad-revealing dialogue. By the high Raymond standards, it's OK. It's also smart and worth seeing.
CSI: Miami, 10 p.m., Channels 12, 7. Horatio investigates the death of a porn star, while also facing the glare of Internal Affairs.
honors director with luminous premiere
owns Wagner role
is music to the maestro's ears
Festival's opera evening a stunner
40 & booming
a generational thing
lessons learned by 40
shows get the last laugh
'Shrek 2' tops 'Nemo' debut weekend
HEALTH & FITNESS
workout grants your wish
promise the impossible
Body & Mind
Emmy Award caps DeGeneres' comeback
gets rock-star reception
'P' stands for politics
finalist planning first album
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