IN THE BOX
FM's TV PICKS OF THE WEEK
"The One Where Ross Can't Flirt" 8 p.m. NBC (7)
Ross (David Schwimmer) attempts to turn up the charm as Chandler (Matthew Perry) and he vie for the affections of a pizza delivery girl (guest star Kristin Dattilo-Harvard). Their third musketeer, Joey (Matt LeBlanc), loses a big acting role.
AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE SALUTE TO DUSTIN HOFFMAN
9 p.m. ABC (5)
From "The Graduate" to "Tootsie" to "Outbreak," Dustin Hoffman's career has proved his cinematic skill. The American Film Institute gathers celebs together to pay tribute to the actor.
SUNDAY, APRIL 25
"The Old Man and the C Student"
8 p.m. FOX (13)
The Harvard grads are at it again. Perennial slacker Bart causes Springfield to lose the Olympic Games, and as punishment he must pitch in at a retirement house. Wacky antics are sure to ensue. Voices of Dan Castelleneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer. Guest voice of Jack Lalanne.
MONDAY, APRIL 26
9 p.m. FOX (13)
The show that brought you the dancing baby now displays its other choreographic skills. Elaine (Jane Krakowski) worries about participating in an upcoming dance contest. Gab-queen Rosie O'Donnell guest stars as a marriage counselor for Billy and Georgia (Gil Bellows, Courtney Thorne-Smith). Also, when John (Peter MacNicol) has his birthday, Nelle (Portia de Rossi) gives him an intriguing present.
TUESDAY, APRIL 27
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER
8 p.m. WB (12)
After she gains a new power that steals her sanity, Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is on the verge of going bonkers. Angel (David Boreanaz), always the good vampire, works to save her mind from total blowout. Also, Giles and Willow (Anthony Stewart Head, Alyson Hannigan) take time from their busy schedules to stop a killer.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27
PARTY OF FIVE
9 p.m. FOX (7)
Guest star Olivia d'Abo visits the show and Julia's (Neve Campbell) school as a professor. Their relationship both inspires and conflicts Julia. Feel the angst.