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'I have slept in a bed with many children. I am Peter Pan in my heart.'

'I slept in a bed with all of them (the Culkin kids) when Macaulay Culkin was little. Kieran Culkin would sleep on this side, Macaulay Culkin was on this side, his sisters in there. We all would just jam in the bed.'

'When you say 'bed,' you're thinking sexual. It's not sexual, we're going to sleep. I tuck them in. ... It's very charming, it's very sweet.'

'Whenever kids come here they always want to stay with me. (laughs) They never want to stay in the guest rooms. And I have never invited them into my room, they always just want to stay with me. They say, 'Can I stay with you tonight?' So I go, 'If it's okay with your parents, then yes.''

—Michael Jackson to Martin Bashir, on LIVING WITH MICHAEL JACKSON, on ABC


DAME EDNA ON HOLLYWOOD SQUARES (Ch.2, 4 p.m.) Dame Edna is Center Square all week.

DAWSON'S CREEK (WB, 7 p.m.) Only 9 episodes left! Last week, Jack (Kerr Smith) offered to marry Emma (Megan Gray) so that she can get her green card—but she said she couldn't accept his offer. Will he ever ask boyfriend David (Greg Rikaart)?

AL ROKER INVESTIGATES (COURT TV, 7 and 11 p.m.) The brutal assaults on two Mexican workers in Suffolk County, N.Y. serve as a springboard to examine other crimes of bias, including the murder of Matthew Shepard. Repeats Sat at 2 p.m., Mon at 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.


WILL AND GRACE (NBC, Special time: 8:15 p.m.) Another 'Super-Size' edition: 'Women and Children First' Demi Moore guest stars as Jack's childhood baby-sitter, with whom he reconnects and falls back into childhood patterns, befuddling Will. Grace has a girl's night in Brooklyn with Karen, Rosario, Ellen and new neighbor Julie (Rosanna Arquette) and offends Karen when she doesn't take her advice regarding Leo.

E.R. (NBC, 9 p.m.) Dr. Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) confronts the man who stole her purse.

SUNDAY, Feb. 16

THE MUSIC MAN (ABC, 6 p.m.) Tony Award winners Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth and Debra Monk in a new 3-hour version of Meredith Wilson's musical. Professor Harold Hill (Broderick), a charming, fast-talking con artist, waltzes into River City, Iowa, and mesmerizes its citizens with the need for a boys' marching band to keep their children on the path of moral righteousness. He cons the parents into buying expensive instruments and uniforms, convincing them that his revolutionary music training program, 'The Think System,' will turn their youngsters into virtuoso performers. But Hill's romantic feelings for local librarian Marian Paroo (Chenoweth) soon conflict with his plans for a scam. Also features Victor Garber, Molly Shannon.

TUESDAY, Feb. 18

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (UPN, 7 p.m) Desperate for a way to curtail the First, Buffy embarks on a perilous quest for knowledge. Alyson Hannigan plays lesbian witch Willow

TRANSVESTITE MURDER ON NYPD BLUE (ABC, 9 p.m.) 'Tranny Get Your Gun' A married insurance adjuster is a suspect in the stabbing of a transvestite prostitute.

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