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TBS, Tuesday, April 7, 10 a.m.

To prep for the May 14 Series Finale, TBS has began airing 4 Classic Dawson's Creek episodes every weekday morning, from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., including a rare re-broadcast of The Jack (Kerr Smith) Coming Out Episode on Tuesday morning, April 7.

Jack's cold, long-absent dad returns amid rumors of his son's alleged homosexuality. While Joey turns to Dawson with her own doubts about Jack, Ty shocks Jen with his anti-gay beliefs, causing her to reconsider their relationship. But for Jack, the moment of truth comes when his Dad tries to gloss over the McPhees' painful past, prompting Jack to confront his father about Andie's depression, their Mom's mental illness and his own deepest secret. Meanwhile, new episodes of Dawson air every Wednesday night on The WB at 8 p.m.

Sigh: what will become of Jack and boyfriend David (Greg Rikaart)?

In one upcoming episode, Jack and David will deal with the insecurities in their relationship while attending a counseling center benefit with special guests Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla!




SOUTH PARK (COM, 9 p.m.) New. (Believe it or not, they are still making new episodes)!


WILL & GRACE (NBC, 8 p.m.) New: 'Sex, Losers and Videotape' Still nursing a grudge over his last failed relationship, Will forms a gin-soaked anti-romance club with his boss (Gene Wilder) and Karen. But the threesome shrinks dramatically when Wilder takes a shine to the ever-ready Karen. Meanwhile, Jack secretly videotapes Grace in her bedroom.

E.R. (NBC 9 p.m.) With Laura Innes as lesbian Dr. Weaver


SON OF THE BEACH (FX, 12:30 a.m.) Repeat: 'The Gay Team' A villain (RuPaul) is making young men disappear from the beach, and Notch's army buddy (Alan Thicke) knows why. (It has to do with THE GAY-TRIX!)

OLIVER BEENE (FOX, 7:30 p.m.) 'Nudie Mag' While looking for a hat in a closet, Oliver and his gay best friend Michael (Taylor Emerson) find a copy of PEEPHOLE MAGAZINE.

SIX FEET UNDER (HBO, 8 p.m.) Kathy Bates directed tonight's episode.

QUEER AS FOLK (SHO, 9 p.m.) Ethan is offered representation after the Heifetz competition—if he dumps Justin and goes into the closet. Brian wins Police Chief Stockwell's mayoral race account, much to his friends' dismay. Melanie and Lindsay try for a second child, thanks to Michael's donation.

ANY DAY NOW (Lifetime, 10 p.m.) Repeat: 'It's Who You Sleep With' A civil-rights case involving a lesbian couple entangles Rene with a representative of a fictitious group called the Alabama Values Committee.


TRIGGER HAPPY TV (COM, 9pm) British comedian Dom Joly returns for a 3rd season of CANDID CAMERA-style practical jokes. Included: a cop who stops a driver from parking in a gay and lesbian lot.


NYPD BLUE (ABC, 9 p.m.) New episode. Bill Brochtrup continues as the precinct's gay receptionist John Irvin.

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