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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba MONDAYHIGHUGHTS7 p.m., IO p.m. on ©(27) Connie Chung Tonight The veteran TV journalist starts a new chapter of her career with the premiere of this nightly newsmagazine with an emphasis on the personal aspects of current events. The remainder of the shows will be less structured, ranging from investigative-type stories to features.7 p.m. on GS Qo) The King of Queens Doug and Carrie (Kevin James, Leah Remini) try to avoid vacationing with family in the repeat episode “No Orleans.” When cousins (Peter Scolari, Susie Essman) want to go along on a trip to New Orleans, Doug and Carrie conjure up a big fib before leaving. Upon arriving in the Big Easy, Doug fears having been followed there.7 p.m. on 0(9] Q Movie: Meet Joe Black A lengthy but entertaining update of the classic “Death Takes a Holiday,” director Martin Brest’s 1998 drama casts Brad Pitt as a very photogenic Grim Reaper. He arrives to claim a wealthy tycoon (Anthony Hopkins) whose 60th birthday is nearing, but things get complicated when the visitorCarrie (Leah Remini) tells a little lie to avoid vacationing with relatives in the sitcom The King of Queens, airing Monday on CBS. falls for his target’s daughter (Claire For-lani). Naturally, her father disapproves of the romance.7 p.m., 11 p.m. on Iae TVography The first two installments of this “Biography” spinoff focused on specific TV shows, but the third is a profile of Suzanne Somers, who made a name for herself as Chrissy on “Three’s Company.” She left that show amid acrimony after she sought a bigger paycheck but reinvented her image through exercise commercials; series including “Step by Step”; and her best-selling autobiography, “Keeping Secrets."8 p.m. on Cl m ill fin Dog Eat Dog Six contestants vie to be the last person standing in this new game show, featuring “Baywatch” alumna Brooke Bums as host. The players get to know one another by spending a day together, then all bets are off the next day as they become rivals for a potential $25,000 prize. They have to endure various mental and physical tests, with each person trying to get the others voted out of the competition. Brooke Burns is host of NBC’s new reality show where six players use what they know about one another to win the cash prize in Dog Eat Dog, airing Mondays. WORDLINK Fill in the missing letters in the “TV Words” below. T H O B D H & G 0 M B E R G E R H U T E R Now rearrange the letters you filled in to spell the name of The Star of a Drama Series: •eu6ejuei/M eop :j9msuv 'Jejunn ‘uoje6jea moi ‘69.19 $ eiujega ‘qop em :spjo/\A Al Suzanne Sommers (Three’s Company) is the subject of the third episode of TVo'graphy, airing Monday on the A&E Network. Brandon Sun 13 ;