The ShowBuzz Weekly Forecast

Kevin Spacey at the Morgan Stanley Great Britons '05 awards ceremony at the Guildhall on January 26, 2006 in London, England. (Photo by MJ Kim/Getty Images)
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Nobody in the news biz ever admits out loud that it's a slow week, but one of our picks this week has been around since 1978. Oh, unless you count Kevin Spacey starring on Broadway. Then again, did entertainment ever really get any better than "Mork and Mindy: Season 2?" Here are a few new things to this week, and a few great old things to welcome back:

• "Perfect Stranger": Halle Berry goes undercover as an office temp to find her best friend's killer, who is probably boss Bruce Willis.

• "Disturbia:" Shia LaBeouf investigates the alleged serial killer next door.

• "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters": If this title makes no sense to you, you're not in the cult and probably wouldn't want to be.

• "Thank God You're Here": Improvisation returns to network TV. Guest celebrities are handed a prop and a costume and thrown into a scene that's already in progress. Jennifer Coolidge, Bryan Cranston, Joel McHale and Wayne Knight are the first guest victims. Debuts 9 p.m. ET Monday on NBC.

• "1,000 Places to See Before You Die": The authors of the best-selling book of the same name get to go to all the places on their must-see list. Airs 9 p.m. ET Thursday on the Travel Channel.

• "Beetlejuice": Guaranteed to make you laugh yourself sick, no matter how many times you see it. Ghoul Michael Keaton helps newly dead Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis haunt the interlopers who took over their beloved house. Airs 8 p.m. ET Friday on the Family Channel.

• "Bobby:" An eclectic all-star cast of actors, including Lindsay Lohan and Anthony Hopkins, cross paths briefly inside the Ambassador Hotel on the day Sen. Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated.

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• "Mork and Mindy": Season 2: If you've ever wondered where on Earth the comedian Robin Williams came from, here's the answer. He's rarely topped his long-ago debut as the sweetly befuddled alien from the planet Ork. To be released April 17.

• "A Moon for the Misbegotten": Kevin Spacey returns to Broadway, and to the works of Eugene O'Neil. This version is an import from London, where Spacey, a Tony Award winner and two-time Oscar winner, is currently director of the Old Vic Theatre. Opens April 9.