Sunday

Michael Imperioli appears still to be reeling from his fate as Christopher on "The Sopranos." In "Mitch Albom's 'For One More Day' " (8 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5), he's a downtrodden alcoholic who plans to take his own life. But don't worry. Oprah Winfrey is an executive producer. She'll make sure nothing bad happens to him.

Monday

While other college kids are hanging around the keg, one group of Penn State students is chasing spirits. "Paranormal State" (9 p.m., A&E) follows the adventures of a group of modern-day ghostbusters as they tackle real- life cases across the country. Geez, there have got to be easier ways to try to meet the Ghost Whisperer.

Tuesday

Minnesotans Peggy Willenberg and Melanie Metz are the "Twister Sisters" (9 p.m., WE), who are not members of a Dee Snider tribute band. Instead, they're weather fanatics who spend their summers chasing tornadoes. Obviously, these women are not bothered by bad hair days.

Wednesday

"Kid Nation" (7 p.m., WCCO, Ch. 4), the show that was supposed to corrupt America's youth, has actually had a pretty quiet run since its much-hyped opener -- and for good reason. This wasn't really groundbreaking TV, but a highly supervised game show that was only mildly offensive -- and only mildly entertaining. The first season, and probably last, ends tonight.

Thursday

Ben Vereen is the man of the hour. Make that two hours. The Broadway veteran first appears on a repeat of "Grey's Anatomy" (8 p.m., KSTP, Ch. 5), then hotfoots it over to "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (9 p.m., USA) as a song-and-dance man (there's a stretch) caught up in college shooting.

NEAL JUSTIN