What's worth watching tonight? You tell me -- because you already know. The actual first round of what's been pumped up by the media as Tonya Harding vs. Nancy Kerrigan is televised today. Whether either ends up contending for a medal, with the finals coming Friday, is oddly secondary to how they will stand up (or fall down) against one another. It's overly hyped, it's a bit unfair to the other competitors, and it's virtually required viewing.
* "The 1994 Winter Olympic Games" (7-9 a.m., 8-11 p.m., WBAL, Channel 11; 1-6 p.m., TNT) -- Here's what we know: In the women's technical program being skated today, Ms. Harding will be the eighth skater to take the ice, and Ms. Kerrigan will be 26th out of 27 competitors. Here's what we don't know: How much, or how little, information will be provided during the morning and afternoon telecasts. Expect results and rankings to be leaked gingerly, with even more care than CBS and TNT have been providing to give viewers time to look away from the screen. Also, expect rival news organizations (including the TV tabloid shows) to report results and standings as quickly as they can, partly to dilute the impact of CBS' time-delayed prime-time broadcast. However, since CBS has paid for exclusive first rights to video from the Olympics, expect mega-ratings during tonight's three prime-time hours of coverage. In addition to the genuine drama about what will happen on the ice, there's a sideshow attraction regarding CBS' coverage -- namely, to guess at what time Ms. Harding will be shown taking the ice. Given the way CBS covered Dan Jansen, my bet would be 10:40 p.m. or later, with teases and snippets in the hours leading up to it. CBS.