America’s Hardest Prisons, 8.30pm, National Geographic If the prison drama Oz was your cup of tea, then this will be right up your alley. Though the acting sucks, the violence and brutality are equally well depicted. This, you see, is the real thing. Tonight’s episode is about a prison insider network known as the Aryan Brotherhood. If that conjures images of Russell Crowe in Romper Stomper you are certainly on the right track. Lost, 9.30pm, Seven ( 8.30pm, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth) ‘‘ I have no joy of this contract tonight It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden; Too like the lightning which doth cease to be ’ Ere one can say it lightens.’’ Just like Romeo’s Juliet, Lost ’ s Juliet ( Elizabeth Mitchell, pictured) seems as yet unsure in her new alliance with Romeo, er, Jack. But there’s a cunning plot afoot, with noble Sawyer and restless Sayid due to confront the fair lady. Might Juliet have the last laugh? Methinks she will. ‘‘ There’s thy gold,’’ the Bard would have said, ‘‘ worse poison to men’s souls.’’ Still Doing It: The Intimate Lives of Women Over 65, 9.30pm, ABC These fabulous gals cock a snoot at the conventional wisdom that if you’re over 65, you’re past it. Many have younger lovers, and they have to cope daily with the kind of derision that used to be called prejudice and might now be termed ageism. I’ve never seen happier, more energised postmenopausal women. Why are they so hyper- sexual? I’ll let them tell you.