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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Don't let anyone push you into making a wrong move. Impulsive action may bring temporary relief, but in the end, you will probably have to backtrack. Focus more on what you can accomplish by going directly to the source. Make your moves based on facts and figures.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): The past can be your ticket to the future. Rely on whom you know and the experience you have to guide you to a better position at work and at home. Don't overreact or underestimate.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Take the initiative, and decide what you want. Your versatility has led you in many directions in the past, but now you must be more precise in executing your plans. Think about what you enjoy doing most, and incorporate it into your plans.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Put greater effort into your creative ideas. A hobby or a skill will turn into a viable source of income. Don't hem and haw over trivial decisions when it's important that you show everyone how capable you are of making a good decision.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Rely on your bravado as well as your intuition, and you will make some excellent choices. Helping others will pay off and introduce you to people who can contribute to your advancement. Work on the premise that less is more.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Proceed with caution. Not everyone who is being nice to you is on your side. Showing emotion will be a sign of weakness, making you vulnerable to underhandedness. Learn from your experiences so you are better prepared to handle whatever comes your way.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Plenty of options will crop up if you interact with people from different walks of life. Getting involved in groups that are working toward the same goals you are will help you move forward quicker. Collect an old debt.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): It's important to use what you have instead of hoarding. Keep everything moving, and you will find that opportunities will open up. Use your vision, and you will have a clear-cut idea what you can turn into an asset and what you should discard.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Follow your heart, act on impulse, and whatever you do, don't let a good deal or opportunity get away. Make whatever changes are necessary based on what you see, hear, and experience. You're in the driver's seat.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Don't lose sight of your goals. Keep your financial matters a secret, and handle documents with discretion. A contract you've been working on will take a little extra care. Don't let emotions get in your way.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You are making headway. Your insightfulness can be put to good use, especially when dealing with people who can help you. Partnerships look good, and changes that affect your personal life will turn out well.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): A problem at home will take your undivided attention. A practical approach to whatever needs doing will help you stay within budget and impress onlookers. Keeping up with the times will make what you have to offer more appealing.





TV Mash-ups I Might Watch:

• Three's Cheers: After developing a drinking problem, Jack Tripper gives up the restaurant business and buys Cheers from Sam Malone, where he promptly engages in numerous misunderstandings with the local bar crowd. Highlight: the wedding of Jack and Diane, to which John Mellencamp is inexplicably invited.

• Murder, CSI: Expert amateur sleuth (and Grissom's aunt) Jessica Fletcher joins the Crime Scene Investigation team. And good thing, too, because almost immediately after she shows up anywhere, there's a murder. Fletcher solves these cases with her trademark brand of moxie and gumption — which Willows is able to measure on the team's newest Acme equipment.

• The V-Team: Alien mercenaries are hired for seemingly impossible jobs. They work for pay, and for dinner, eating the criminals after capturing them.

• Dexter Morgan's Laboratory: New on Saturday mornings, it's violence desensitization at its finest. This animated program features America's favorite lovable serial killer, Dexter Morgan, who decides to elevate his career status and expand his forensic blood-splatter knowledge by building his own high-tech laboratory, where he soon makes short work of criminals and cartoon clichés. Also of note: the weird sexual tension between him and his sister, Debra "Dee Dee" Morgan.

• 24 Minutes: The hardest, most compelling news stories in a third of the time. Jack Bauer keeps our veteran correspondents on track as they cut to the quick. Tune in every weekend to hear the popular new catch phrase, "Dammit, Rooney. There's NO TIME."

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