The Girls attempt to stay afloat as they bare all and guess how a panel of Surfers ranks their body parts.
As Leslie remembers his father Bud on the one year anniversary of his death, he realizes there is no one to continue the legacy of G & G. He decides to find an "heir" to take over when he dies.
Basic Training" takes an inside look at the infiltration of street gangs into the United States military. Gang members in uniform are participating in serious criminal activity on or near U.S. military installations around the world. Our national security may be at risk as these gang members steal advanced weaponry, learn military tactics, distribute drugs and even commit murder.
Unhappy with their recent performance, Ozu sends the LilyMu gang to acting camp. Gonard accidentally finds his way to a cheerleading camp instead.
After purchasing mystical friendship bracelets, Lily and Mitsuki switch bodies and must spend the day in each other's shoes. Guano and Gonard are cursed by a tiki idol.
An ulterior motive lurks beneath the Sheriff’s badge in the unsuspecting small town still recovering from the Civil War. In this story created by Aaron Spelling, Mitch, a Confederate veteran, plots revenge after his wife’s senseless death. By wheedling his way into the town’s good graces, Mitch becomes sheriff and slowly but surely begins to exact vengeance.
Four years unjustly jailed haven't dampened the spirits or determination of Nikki Finn. The spunky parolee sets out to clear her name - and sets the Big Apple spinning in deliriously funny ways. "Madonna is sexy and funny - a very engaging comedian," Vincent Canby of The New York Times wrote of her work in Who's That Girl. The music/movie superstar displays kicky comic flair and sings four terrific soundtrack tunes (Causing a Commotion, The Look of Love, Can't Stop and the title song). Griffin Dunne co-stars as an uptight, soon-to-wed attorney whose mild lifestyle swerves into the path of uproarious oncoming traffic courtesy of Nikki. This frisky caper proves screwball comedy is alive and swell.
Gwen Meets the Sprites: The Sprites meet their second human friend when they accidentally turn Gwen into a bunny and they have to hippity-hop to her rescue. Biddow for Root: Lily tries to clean Root’s special biddow, but she accidentally shreds it. Will Root ever recover from his loss?
Rob and Big Black take a new-found hobby to the extreme when they discover turtle racing at a local bar. After struggling with a deadbeat rental turtle, they decide to pluck a "hood turtle" out of the wild and train it to be the fastest turtle in the world. They also have an unpleasant run-in with a web-slinging superhero along the way.
A frightening scene unfolds as a man soaks his ex-girlfriend with gasoline. Will he set her on fire? Then, witness a 300-pound man beat a fellow pizza joint patron. Plus, there’s a kidnapper who drops his child into the path of a speeding car.
Divisional Playoffs: Giants at Cowboys
iCarly's biggest fan, Mandy, is invited onto the show as a one-girl studio audience. Mandy turns out to be more of a stalker than a fan and the kids have to get rid of her. Meanwhile, Spencer finds out that his new band is just letting him play drums so they can practice in the apartment.
In this LOGO free preview, Svetlana kills the competition when she guest stars on Dancing with the Stars. Sally Fields is a spokesperson for Boniva and gets emotional about osteoperosis. Hollywood celebrities star in a Jenny Craig commercial.
This thrilling sequel to The Fly follows Francois and Philippe Delambre, brother and son of Andre Delambre, who died as a result of his experiments with a matter-transmitting device. It is now 12 years later and Phillipe has just laid his mother to rest. Having watched his mother live out her final days traumatized, he vows to perfect the matter transmitter. But when Phillipe enlists the help of a man who conspires to steal the secret of the device, Philippe falls victim to the same disaster that befell his father: his body parts are transposed with those of a house-fly.
WASHINGTON to MONROE: 1789-1825 -- During the heady days of the Constitutional Era, America's Founding Fathers set the future of a nation on its course. Washington helps define the Presidency that evolves through Monroe's administration, while Adams sees the country through the XYZ Affair and Jefferson signs the Louisiana Purchase.
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