NYPD Blue Pearl, 12.05am Sipowicz (Dennis Franz) and Clark (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) investigate an abortion clinic firebombing that results in the death of a security guard. Meanwhile, Ortiz (Jacqueline Obradors, above) and McDowell (Charlotte Ross) find a dead woman whom Ortiz recognises, and Medavoy (Gordon Clapp) and Jones (Henry Simmons) track a woman who's been missing for five years. The Mexican HBO, 9pm Jerry Welbach (Brad Pitt, above) is given two ultimatums. His mob boss (Bob Balanban) wants him to travel to Mexico to retrieve a priceless antique pistol called The Mexican while his girlfriend Samantha (Julia Roberts) wants him to end his association with the mob and go to Las Vegas with her. Jerry decides his priority is to stay alive so he heads south of the border. Finding the pistol is easy but taking it back to the United States proves more difficult. Meanwhile, Samantha is held hostage by Leroy (James Gandolfini), a gay hit man, to ensure the safe return of the pistol. Also starring Gene Hackman, JK Simmons and Michael Cerveris. (2001) The Body Invaders Pearl, 9.30pm The average person spends one third of their life sleeping, and yet sleep remains one of the greatest human mysteries. Adequate sleep is as vital to our well-being as air, food and water and scientists believe that it plays a crucial role in our ability to learn, grow and process memories. Kat Carney stays awake for 24 hours, to experience the effects of sleep deprivation. Along the way she introduces us to insomniacs, narcoleptics, sleepwalkers and dreamers. Carney also shares valuable tips for buying the right mattress, fighting jet lag, working the graveyard shift and making our nightly slumber the best it can be.