Orel needs to discover something to honor his father about and finds it in Coach Stopframe.
Ignoring Lorelai's pleas to stay out of her love life, Emily tries to reunite Rory's father, Christopher (recurring guest star David Sutcliffe), with Lorelai and Rory. This results in an ugly confrontation between Rory and Christopher. Meanwhile, Lorelai rebuffs the romantic advances of the town geek, Kirk, and Rory learns that Jess is angry that she neglected him during the summer. less
After returning from a summer internship in Washington, D.C., where she mingled with members of the U.S. Congress, including Senator Barbara Boxer (HERSELF), preparatory school student Rory Gilmore (series star ALEXIS BLEDEL) faces a dilemma with her classmates Dean (series star JARED PADALECKI) and Jess Mariano (series star MILO VENTIMIGLIA). Lorelai Gilmore (series star LAUREN GRAHAM), the manager of the quaint and historic Independence Inn, is overjoyed to have her daughter home, but upon learning that the girlfriend of Rory's father is having a baby, Lorelai questions her own future.MELISSA McCARTHY stars as Sookie St. James, a clumsy culinary genius and Lorelai's best friend. KEIKO AGENA stars as Lane Kim, Rory's pal. YANIC TRUESDALE stars as Michel Gerard, the inn's haughty concierge. SCOTT PATTERSON stars as Luke Danes, the rugged owner of the local diner who never fails to charm Lorelai with his smile and great coffee. LIZA WEIL stars as brainy and popular student Paris Geller. SEAN GUNN stars as Kirk, one of the town's eccentrics. KELLY BISHOP stars as Emily Gilmore, Lorelai's wealthy, overbearing mother, with EDWARD HERRMANN appearing as Lorelai's old-fashioned father. And recurring guest star LIZ TORRES plays Miss Patty, the local dance instructor and social commentator. less
When an application to attend Harvard University arrives, Rory and Lorelai arrange a dinner at an alumnus' house to get advice. Meanwhile, Lane becomes enamored with a boy who answers her advertisement for rock band members. And local resident Taylor Doose (recurring guest star MICHAEL WINTERS) convinces Luke to open an old-fashioned soda fountain next to the diner. less
Will Dethklok find their lost bandmate Toki Wartooth? Find out in this hour long Rock Opera special featuring a 50 piece orchestra and special guests Mark Hamill, Malcolm McDowell, and Cannibal Corpse's George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher.
With her experience, Laurel Ayres (Whoopi Goldberg) is the front-runner for a prominent position within her financial firm. But when she's passed over for a male co-worker, Laurel decides she's had enough. Launching her own business, she concocts a novel plan for infiltrating this male-dominated world: by disguising herself as a business partner...who happens to be a man!
Take a crash course in Wacky 101 as Corey Parker struggles to get his so-so self onto a top-notch campus. Smitten with the lovely class president who's everything he isn't--smart, motivated and headed to a top school--Parker applies to the same college, with help from recruiter Anthony Edwards. Will test-score traumas and nightmare admissions interviews make romance flunk out?
Takeru gets a Maken! The secret history of Makenki! A dangerous new threat! But most important, the girls of the Security Committee don their skimpiest outfits and get jobs at the local maid cafe in order to pay for their bikini-filled summer camp.
Kirstie Alley stars with Rhea Perlman and Michael Richards in TV Land's new sitcom Kirstie. Broadway diva Madison Banks is shocked to meet Arlo, the son she gave up for adoption, but her assistant Thelma and driver Frank convince her to let Arlo move in.
Unnerved by the saintly specter of Arlo's adoptive mom - and the barbs of her understudy (Kristin Chenoweth) - Maddie struggles to adapt to her new life as a mom. Meanwhile, Arlo wonders if they'll ever have a real relationship.
Takeru decides to join the Security Committee! To welcome its new members, the Committee takes a trip to the hot springs. Things are going well until a bear shows up, giving the girls of the Tenbi Academy a chance to show off their special powers.
If Takeru fails his Element practical again, he'll be kicked out of Makenki! Meanwhile, there's something not quite right about Minerva, the newest member of Venus to transfer to Tenbi. Why is she confronting Himegami in the woods?
Frankie and Mike's romantic house-sitting weekend is jeopardized by the home's technical difficulties, and the bratty neighborhood Glossner kids invade the Heck household.
Kimmie thinks back to how her big promotion at the firm changed her life and gave her the confidence to convince best friends Helen-Alice and Marika to forgo their previous standing "Super Fun Night" tradition and actually go out on a Friday night.
On a very special holiday episode of Ridiculousness, the one and only Santa Claus joins Rob as they break down hard-hitting "Jingle Bells," enjoy hilarious "Holiday Memories" and witness some very lucky "Christmas Miracles."
Heartbroken after the end of a long relationship, Theodore becomes intrigued with an operating system which promises to be individual to each user. Upon initiating it, he is delighted to meet "Samantha," a female voice, who is insightful and funny.
A hotshot, young attorney becomes so disenchanted with his fast-track career that he quits and takes a gig as the house singer at an old cocktail lounge.
The Tightrope plunges us into the intimacy of Peter Brook working with his troupe of actors and musicians. The magic inherent to the creative process is revealed, taking us beyond the intimacy of a workshop and into a philosophical and soulful experience.
Synopsis: Cousins by marriage learn that their spouses are having an affair with each other.
USA - 1989 - PG13
Synopsis: A con man bets a shady small-town businessman that his middle-aged boxer can defeat any ten men willing to enter the ring. With Heather Graham, Oliver Platt.
USA - 1992 - R
Synopsis: A young girl flees her unhappy family and small-town life accompanied by Ava, a circus elephant in danger of being unethically destroyed. With Patrick Dempsey.
USA - 1994 - PG
Never break a fall with your head.
Stephen says goodnight.
Boss probably still doesn t like this.
Obama's Common Core curriculum wages a war on cursive, and the RNC reminds everyone that Rosa Parks ended racism.
Calling it the most scandalous cover-up of the past half century, dim-witted conspiracy theorist Daniel Burgess told reporters Thursday he believes the U.S.
The Equal Justice Initiative's Bryan Stevenson makes the case for reforming America's criminal justice system.
At least he was smart enough to wear a helmet.
If Iron Man and Batman show up at your wedding, you know you did something right.
Could have used more hot girls.