Tonight's TV highlight: Humphrey Bogart and Isabella Rossellini, together again for the first time, on a high-tech, "Forrest Gump"-ish pairing on the series finale of "Tales From the Crypt."
* "When Stars Were Kids" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., Channel 11) -- No celebrity grows up in a vacuum -- although, given the embarrassing and private mini-revelations offered here by discarded acquaintances, many will wish they had. Yet another low-budget, lower-IQ special from Dick Clark.
* "Disney's Nancy Kerrigan Special: Dreams On Ice" (8 p.m.-9 p.m., Channel 13) -- Rather than posit any deep psychological theories about what these "Dreams" could mean regarding Nancy Kerrigan's self-image, or her relationship with Disney, let's just note that on tonight's variety ice-skating special, she dons a fright wig and appears as the skating embodiment of Disney's most famed villainess, Cruella de Vil. CBS.
* "Roseanne" (9 p.m.-9:30 p.m., Channel 2) -- Traci Lords, having just completed a triumphant series of guest shots on "Melrose Place," goes from cult life to the Lunch Box, where she lands another prominent guest appearance as the new waitress. No question: With recurring roles on two of TV's sassiest series, 1995 is the year she has officially completed the transition from unsavory porno past to mainstream show-biz present. ABC.
* "Law & Order" (10 p.m.-11 p.m., Channel 11) -- In this week's episode, the focus is less on the taking of life than on the conception of it. Briscoe and Logan (Jerry Orbach, Chris Noth), while investigating a woman's death, learn of a doctor who has duplicitously provided his own bodily fluids in artificial insemination procedures. NBC.
* "Brady Bunch Marathon" (8 p.m.-11 p.m., NIK) -- I don't know if this is one of the true signs of the Armageddon, but I'll tell you: Armageddon tired of all this "Brady Bunch" nonsense.
* "Tales From the Crypt" (11 p.m.-11:30 p.m., HBO) -- HBO is
promoting this as its "Bogey man" episode, and with good reason: This final episode of "Crypt," directed by Robert Zemeckis of "Forrest Gump" fame, manages to use point-of-view camera angles, and cleverly inserted shots and lines of dialogue from old Bogart films, to make it appear that he, or at least his dead ringer, is co-starring with Ms. Rossellini, the daughter of his "Casablanca" co-star, Ingrid Bergman. And with Ms. Rossellini dressed in approximations of her mother's "Casablanca" costumes, it's an amazing sight -- so amazing, you might find it hard to notice co-stars John Lithgow and Sherilyn Fenn.