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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 23, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba WEDNESDAY!-) IG M L IG MTS WORDSEARCM7 p.m. on HQH @9 OOD In Search of Ancient Ireland The miniseries concludes with "Warlords," recalling various battles in which Ireland was engaged prior to the Norman invasion in A.D. 1170. Though Vikings tended to get the most attention for the manner in which they staged their conquests, the Irish had their own controversies, given the number of different factions that were angling for control of their country.8 p.m. on 63 OS 0 Movie: Black and Blue A “guardian angel" helps a battered woman take her son and leave not only her abusive husband, but her entire life. But the brute is a police detective — a darned good one — who has plenty of experience tracking people down, and he wants the boy back. Mary Stuart Masterson, Anthony La-Paglia and Sam Robards star in this powerful TV movie based on a novel by Anna Quindlen.8 p.m. on Q [3] ID OD The West Wing A Republican presidential candidate challenges President Bartlet (Martin Sheen) in the repeat episode “The Two Bartlets.” The two men’s stances on affirmative action differ greatly, and the president’s advisers aren’t sure he should respond to his rival. AA woman (Mary Stuart Masterson) abused by her New York cop husband flees the state with her son in fear for her life in the 1999 TV drama Black and Blue, airing Wednesday on CBS. military issue forces Josh (Bradley Whitford) to delay his vacation with his new love interest (Mary-Louise Parker). s T U B B I N E I L U J G U N z O R A H C K U V I C K Y A W 0 X E G O F E R P H U R C T Y R S D C W A T C E R Y E N X B E T I R T O V A B R I C K A R K A M U S H O A P S U S I E Y C R A I H U G S A H O Y L V L I R R S I G N I B U T S O K I R L I E P O F F L Z U G V Y M B I A C H A R R O R P J E D E W G V I K C I V Y D A B L U S O Y U J U L L I E N I T X J T G H M P B O A T E X U E S B A Z T E A W E M I L L I Y K I R B A D A M X O R E H P O G D Q “The Love Boat” (Words in parentheses not in puzzle) Ace Emily Julie Amy Gopher Maria (Captain) Stubing Isaac Starlight Charo Jane Susie (Doctor) Bricker Judy Vicki VIEWER’SVOICES Just Ask By Taylor Michaels © Tribune Media Services Q# I love reruns of “The Golden • Girls.” How old are the actresses, and what have they been doing? -June Blanchard, Thunder Bay, Ont. # Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, • Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty starred in the series from 1985 until 1992. Since then, Arthur, who was 79 in May, has been in the movies “For Better or Worse" (1996, with Jason Alexander) and “Enemies of Laughter” (2000, with David Paymer). This winter, she was performing the one-woman show “Just Between Friends” on Broadway. White, 80, has been in the films “Lake Placid” (1999) and “The Story of Us” (1999) and in the TV movies “Me & George” (1998), "Ladies Man” (1999) and “The Retrievers” (2001). McClanahan, 68, has been working mostly in TV movies, such as "Message from Nam” (1993), “Nunsense” (1993), “Nunsense ll: The Sequel” (1994) and “A Saintly Switch” (1999). Getty, 79 in July, has had roles on the TV series “Empty Nest” and “The Golden Palace,” and the films “A Match Made in Heaven” (1997), "Stuart Little” (1999) and “The Million Dollar Kid” (1999). # Last season, I believe, there • was a sitcom starring Jason Bateman as a gay young man who had a straight, macho Italian roommate. What was the name of the show, how long did it last, and who played the other characters? -L. McLean, Burlington, Ont. # The series was "Some of My • Best Friends.” Bateman played a gay writer living in Greenwich Village who advertised for a roommate and ended up with a macho guy who put a serious crimp in his lifestyle. The series starred Bateman, Danny Nucci, Michael DeLuise, Jessica Lundy and Alec Mapa. It debuted in February 2001 and aired only half a season. Q# What can you tell me about • Chris Larkin, who portrayed Darwin in PBS’ “Evolution” and artist George Marston in A&E’s “Shackle-ton”? -Jessica Wilson, Monroe, Mich. A# While he is perhaps not as well-• known as his younger brother, Toby Stephens (A&E’s "The Great Gatsby”), Larkin, 35, is likewise the son of thespians Maggie Smith and Robert Stephens. Trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, the actor took the surname of a favorite poet, Philip Larkin, when he discovered there already was a Christopher Stephens registered with Actor’s Equity in Britain. Larkin’s previous credits include “Tea With Mussolini,” in which his mother starred; a 1996 "Jane Eyre”; and the kinky 1995 "Angels & Insects,” as well as a British TV series called “Roger Roger” and a miniseries called "Bliss.” He also guest starred in an episode of "Highlander” called “Forgive Us Our Trespasses.” Send questions of general interest to: Canadian Viewers’ Voices do TribuneBeatrice Arthur Media Services, PO Box 233, Russell, ON K4R 1C9 or e-mail to [email protected] Only questions selected for this column will be answered. Personal replies are not possible. co Blandon Sun ;