TV Tonight: Sharon Stone Spreads Her Legs, Our New Favorite Sci-Fi Show, "Lost", & More!

TV Tonight: Sharon Stone Spreads Her Legs, Our New Favorite Sci-Fi Show, "Lost", & More!

MOVIE: BASIC INSTINCT, 9 PM, HBO SIGNATURE. Now that we can look up skirts on dozens hundreds of websites, the panty-less interrogation scene in Basic Instinct isn't quite as shocking as it once was. But there's no bad time to look up skirts, plus Sharon Stone was a goddess in her hey.

TALK: The Rev. Al Sharpton hits The Colbert Report (11:30, Comedy Central), Slash performs with Wolfmother's Andrew Stockdale on Leno (11:35, NBC), Kobe Bryant and Kelis stop by Jimmy Kimmel Live (12:05, ABC), and Office funnywoman Mindy Kaling visits Craig Ferguson (12:35, CBS).

DRAMA: LOST, 9 PM, ABC. For once, a series' final season appears to be living up to the hype (we see you Seinfeld).

DRAMA: SURVIVORS, 9 PM, BBC AMERICA. Our new favorite British import is a dark post-apocalyptic remake of the classic '70s series, and makes a perfect DVR complement to Lost.

SPORTS: NCAA WOMEN'S NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, CONNECTICUT VS. STANFORD, 8:30 PM, ESPN. Stanford's 36-1, only lost to UConn by 12 earlier this year, and just might make a game of it against the Huskies and their quest for a 78th consecutive W.

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