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THE WEEK IN TELEVISION
May 05, 2003
MAY 1-7
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May 05, 2003

The Week In Television

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MAY 1-7

FRIDAY 5/2
ESPN 9 PM
Canucks at Wild, Game 4
Underdog Minnesota, led by 21-year-old winger Marian Gaborik (30 regular-season goals), tries to continue its playoff run after stunning the Avalanche in the first round.

FRIDAY 5/2
HBO 11:30 PM
On the Record with Bob Costas
Unlike the Baseball Hall of Fame, Costas has no problem with actors Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon. The show's season opener features a discussion of Bull Durham with Robbins, Sarandon, actor Robert Wuhl and writer-director Ron Shelton.

SATURDAY 5/3
NBC 3:30 PM
Budweiser Boxing Series
The first boxing card on NBC since 1992. The featured fight is a 10-round featherweight matchup between 2000 Olympic silver medalist Rocky Juarez (15-0, 11 KOs) and Frankie Archuleta (22-3-1, 13 KOs).

SUNDAY 5/4
ESPN 8 PM
Mariners at White Sox
Seattle's deep pitching staff—minus injured closer Kazuhiro Sasaki—takes on Chicago's slugging trio of Frank Thomas, Magglio Ordo�ez and Carlos Lee.

TUESDAY 5/6
PBS 10 PM
Heart of the Sea
A real-life Blue Crush—a moving documentary of surf legend Rell Sunn, a pioneer of women's surfing and Hawaii's first full-time female lifeguard. Interviews with Sunn, who died of breast cancer in 1998 at 47, are mixed with dazzling surfing footage.

?DON'T MISS

SATURDAY 5/3
NBC 4:30 PM
The Kentucky Derby
Bobby Frankel has won three Eclipse Awards as the top U.S. trainer, but he's never won the Derby. That may change today. Frankel trains favorite Empire Maker (a son of Unbridled) and Peace Rules, who has taken four straight stakes, including the Blue Grass.

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