Our "Reel News" columnist Tim Ryan reports that Pamela Anderson missed her commercial flight Tuesday from Los Angeles, forcing the producers of "Baywatch Hawaiian Wedding" to cough up the cost of a private charter jet to the tune of $26,000. Her scenes in the Fox TV movie began shooting early yesterday morning at the Turtle Bay Resort. Anderson is contracted to be here just three days out of the total three-week filming schedule. Production sources said Anderson told them a traffic accident on the Pacific Coast Highway near her Malibu, Calif., home caused her to miss the flight. Those same sources said that Fox is considering having Anderson, one of the highest-paid cast members, pay for the cost of the charter. Anderson will leave here late tomorrow aboard the same chartered jet.

Tickets are on sale for Jim Brickman's "Love Songs & Lullabies" at the Hawaii Theatre Oct. 12 and 13. Pianist Brickman has always been a popular performer, and his latest show includes music from his recent PBS special that was taped at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Connecticut. The concert is part of a series celebrating the theater's 80th anniversary. Tickets are $30 and $35. Call 528-0506.

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