Masters of the Universe: Featuring extreme vertical driving, the high speed hammock, the man who fears no heights, insane RC helicopter manoeuvres and a supersonic Ping-Pong ball!
Shiroe finds himself within the MMORPG Elder Tale, and soon realizes that he's not alone. Together with two of his game friends, they set out to look for answers.
New Yorkers JennyLynn and Bobby hope to find a peaceful retreat in Woodstock, NY for their family. Their dream vacation home would be cabin or barn-like with modern touches, but their budget will require some compromise.
When the Morris family gets lost on their way to Zoo Gardens Theme Park, they stumble upon another amusement park instead – Horrorland. At Horrorland, there are no crowds, no lines, and free admission! It seems like a pretty cool place. But that was before the terrifying tour of the House of Mirrors and the heart-stopping Coffin Cruise... before the Morris family discovered that one day at Horrorland is no walk in the amusement park!
Brian Hooks is a hard luck actor who’s been doing the Hollywood shuffle for way too long, and this B-list nobody is tired of waiting for his big shot at fame and fortune. When studio executives shoot down his idea for a new TV show, it’s up to Brian and his oddball entourage to raise the money and produce it themselves. But there’s only one way to grab this much cash overnight... Vegas, baby! And it just might have worked if a couple of cold-blooded gangsters hadn’t kidnapped Brian. Now he will have to put on the performance of his life... with the help of all the crazy characters in his head... if he is going to survive long enough for his chance to be a star.
Ariel returns to Storybrooke and pleads with Hook to help her find Prince Eric, who never returned to the town when the new curse was invoked. Emma agrees to let Regina teach her how to use magic so that she can help defeat Zelena, and Mary Margaret and David try to prove that they can be just as much fun as Hook is with Henry--who thinks they are boring. Meanwhile, in Fairy Tale Land during the past year, an angry Ariel confronts Hook over her missing Prince Eric, who she assumes was kidnapped and possibly killed by the swarthy pirate. But when Hook confesses that the Jolly Roger has been stolen and Eric is most likely the thief's prisoner, Ariel unknowingly provides him with a clue as to who the culprit
Sam Jacobs would’ve been happy to do his term paper about photosynthesis, but his fearless friend, Roxanne Johnson, insisted on doing it on the ghosts at Hedge House, the spookiest, most terrifying house in town. His experience at Hedge House is ghoulish enough. But when Sam leaves the haunted old house to head back home, he suddenly realizes he’s not alone.
To prepare for the audition of "Space Werewolves," Liv hires a woman who has spent her life living with wolves, to train her in the way of the wolf.
Today: One man stands alone against a giant corporate merger. Sen. Al Franken joins Brian to talk about the Comcast/Time Warner deal. Then, another controversy at MSNBC raises a variety of questions. And, an update on the search for Malaysian Flight 370.
Bryant and LaCondis have built successful careers in the U.S. Air Force, and now, thanks to careful saving and their military housing allowance, they have a $300,000 budget to buy their first place in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
When Nadine Platt and her friend, Jonathan Hall, find a box for “The Haunted House Game” in the closet of a creepy old house, they soon realize that it’s not just another board game. Nadine and Jonathan open the box and suddenly find themselves inside the game—surrounded by hideous-looking ghouls, terrifying ghosts, and eerie voices. But will they ever find their way out?
Elizabeth is torn between her loyalty to Shin'ichiro and her friendships with Mafuyu and Tomo.
Clint and Dayson pursue a dangerous fugitive with a history of resisting arrest into the remote canyons of Colorado. And in Montana, Animal and Rob track their quarry to an isolated cabin high in the Rocky Mountains.
After unpacking a challenging Appetizer Basket, the chefs get creative using buckwheat flour to make crepes, crusts and fritters.
Carly Beth Caldwell learned her lesson from the hideous mask she used to scare Steve Boswell last Halloween. Too bad Steve didn’t learn his! This year he’s determined to have the scariest costume on the block. He goes to the same spooky store where Carly Beth got her mask and finds one that looks like an evil old man with stringy, white hair and a wrinkled face. Steve may have the scariest mask in town, but suddenly he’s feeling kind of old, very tired, and sort of evil...
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