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SEASONAL HIGH POINTS
We conclude our series of talks with the men who design the prime-time landscape: This week we interview Warren Little-field, President of NBC Entertainment. His appraisal of his network's Hottest Rookies: "All of our Thursday night is must-see TV, especially Frasier. And right behind that, sea-Quest DSV," says Little-field. "Because no time period in all of television is tougher than Sunday night at 8 o'clock, and we're No. 1 in adults 18-49 and 25-54. That's an enormous accomplishment." Biggest Disappointment: "I wish we could have brought more people to Against the Grain. We have not been able to accomplish that, despite promotion and a consistent broadcast pattern." Wouldn't Mind Borrowing: "Living Single from Fox." In the Wings: "The Good Life, a comedy with John Caponera and Drew Carey. And Homicide comes back. First episode? Robin Williams."