A look at what television has to offer this weekend:

- Mary Poppins (Saturday, 7 a.m., Ch. 2): Instead of tuning into the cartoons, get the kids to watch this Disney classic instead.- NBA playoffs: In addition to Game 3 (Saturday, 1:30 p.m., Ch. 2) and Game 4 (Sunday, 6 p.m., Ch. 13) of the Jazz vs. Blazers series, there's Celtics at Pistons (Saturday, 11 a.m., Ch. 2), Bulls at 76ers (Sunday, 11 a.m., Ch. 2) and Lakers at Warriors (Sunday, 1:30 p.m., Ch. 2).

- Total Recall (Saturday, 6 p.m., Showtime): Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this futuristic action thriller about a man who may or may not be what he thinks he is. Winner of an Oscar for special effects, "Recall" is non-stop action, but it's also very, very violent. Beware of the gore.

- Amen (Saturday, 7 p.m., Ch. 2): Thelma gives birth on this season finale, which features soul singer (and ex-con) James Brown.

- Uncle Buck (Saturday, 7 p.m., Ch. 5): Pretty funny movie (not to be confused with the awful sitcom) about a slob uncle (John Candy) taking care of his brother's kids (including Macauley Culkin of "Home Alone.") It doesn't suffer from being cleaned up a bit for TV.

- Sisters (Saturday, 9 p.m., Ch. 2): Series premiere of this one-hour show. Swoozie Kurtz, Patricia Kalember, Sela Ward and Julianne Phillips star as the "Sisters." Already rather controversial, expect lots of adult themes and language. Tonight, the sisters help their recently widowed mother sell her home and one sister returns to try and win back her ex-husband - only to discover he's having an affair with one of her siblings.

- Fever (Saturday, 10 p.m., HBO): Armand Assante plays an ex-con, Sam Neill plays a lawyer, and both of them are in love with and set out to save the same woman (Marcia Gay Harden) in this made-for-cable premiere. It's not rated, but it would definitely be an R - the sex and violence are rather excessive.

- Black Jack Savage (Sunday, 6 p.m., Ch. 2): The show moves to a new day and time.

- World of Disovery (Sunday, 6 p.m., Ch. 4): Another fine installment of this documentary series, this time about crocodiles in Australia.

- America's Funniest Home Videos (Sunday, 7 p.m., Ch. 4): They're giving away the final $100,000 prize of the season.

- In Living Color (Sunday, 7 p.m., Ch. 13): Would you believe season-ending cliffhangers - including one featuring Homey the Clown and another involving an accident on the set of Men On . . .

- Kurt Vonnegut's Monkey House (Sunday, 7 p.m., Showtime): The author himself introduces this trio of tales based on his stories. Sort of offbeat and different, it's pretty good - and Vonnegut fans will love it.

- In the Line of Duty: Manhunt In the Dakotas (Sunday, 8 p.m., Ch. 2): A fact-based movie about the hunt for Gordon Kahl (superbly played by Rod Steiger), a white-supremacist tax protester turned murderer - he cold-bloodedly kills two U.S. marshals trying to serve a warrant. Michael Gross (of "Family Ties") plays the FBI agent leading the manhunt. Extremely violent for a TV movie, it's not big on character development but is a pretty good cop movie.

- An Inconvenient Woman (Sunday, 8 p.m., Ch. 4): A great cast (including Jason Robards, Rebecca DeMornay, Peter Gallagher, Jill Eikenberry and Roddy McDowell) wallows in some great trash - a two-part miniseries that concludes Monday. It's full of rich, powerful, amoral people slithering through soap, sex, murder and intrigue. Just be sure that you're ready for the sexual situations, steamy scenes and perverse behavior of some of the characters.

- Mrs. Lambert Remembers Love (Sunday, 8 p.m., Ch. 5): Sentimental but flawed tale of an elderly grandmother (Ellyn Burstyn) who's losing her mental faculties - and thus might lose custody of her grandson. Walter Mathau appears in a supporting role. Not a great movie, but sentimental and charming. It's something the entire family can watch.

- Masterpiece Theatre (Sunday, 9 p.m., Ch. 7): John Gielgud heads the cast of the four-part, comedy/mystery "Summer's Lease."