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"Las Vegas" is really making a comeback in my home. When it hit the airwaves, it was funny, entertaining and had all of the visuals that pop in high-def. Then it just started to go down the tubes (anyone remember what those are?). All of a sudden, the show seems to be reviving itself.

Last week, I watched as Monica (Lara Flynn Boyle) seemed to get blown off the roof by a gust of wind. Actually, it looked like she was flying, but who wants to nitpick? Tonight we find out if the Montecito changes hands yet again as Dean Cain returns to the show. Aside from the fun story that's taking shape, the night-time scenes of the Vegas strip just jump off the set in high-def! Deal me in at 9 p.m. in 1080i on NBC; you can bet I'll be watching.

After the jump is our traditional listing of HD programs throughout the night.
 
  
Here are some other HDTV programs showing on selected networks today. All times are Eastern:

ABC (720p): Monday Night Football: Steelers at Colts (9 p.m.)

CBS (1080i)
: King of Queens (8 p.m.), How I Met Your Mother (8:30 p.m.), Two and a  Half Men (9 p.m.), Out of Practice (9:30 p.m.), The Late Show with David Letterman (11:35 p.m.)

NBC (1080i): Surface (8 p.m.), Las Vegas (9 p.m.), Medium (10 p.m.), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (11:35 p.m.)

Fox (720p)
: Prison Break (8 & 9 p.m.)

UPN (1080i): One on One (8 p.m.), All of Us (8:30 p.m.), Girlfriends (9 p.m.), Half & Half (9:30 p.m.)

WB (1080i): No HD programming.

HDNet Movies
(1080i): North Dallas Forty (8 p.m.), Windtalkers (10 p.m.)

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