Drop Zone Pearl, 9.30pm Action takes to the skies. Wesley Snipes (above) plays US Marshall Nessip (an anagram of Snipes) in pursuit of a gang of skydiving drug dealers led by Gary Busey. Forget the story on the ground and enjoy the spectacular aerial cinematography. This is the most elaborate and preposterous feature ever made about skydiving - with one breathtaking stunt following another. The film-makers used the world's best skydivers as technical advisers and stuntmen and it shows (1994). Threesome Pearl, 1.10am Witty and intelligent coming-of-age comedy starring Lara Flynn Boyle (The Practice and Twin Peaks) as a college student who through a computer error finds herself sharing a dormitory with two males. One is shy, intellectual and possibly gay (Josh Charles), the other the campus stud (Stephen Baldwin). The inevitable sexual confusion arises, with Flynn Boyle attracted to the sensitive one, while he harbours hidden feelings for the stud. Written and directed by Andrew Fleming, who does a reasonable job in exploring genuine sexual issues faced by young people (1994). Tale Of The Dragon Pearl, 8.30pm The 23rd anniversary of Bruce Lee's death a week ago has resulted in a new rash of documentaries about his short life - a story retold most recently on World. This British film does not add anything new about Lee (above), though in mapping out his short career it focuses on his struggle to smash the stereotyped image of Chinese in Hollywood. Once again it reminds us of his brilliance and the sheer tragedy of his death. NYPD Scuba Discovery, 8pm Guns, jewellery, explosives and human bodies are found everyday in the polluted waters of New York. The NYPD Scuba team have the job of retrieving them, also taking to the waters to rescue suicide jumpers and drowning swimmers. The team had its most gruesome task in 1996, when TWA Flight 800 crashed off the coast of New York: they had to search through the wreckage (above) and pull everything to the surface. This documentary reveals the work of the team, and follows it on its busiest day of the year, July 4. Water Rats Star World, 10pm The fictional version of the above, though this time featuring the Sydney Water Police. In this episode a Melbourne woman's body is found mutilated at the bottom of Sydney Harbour.