Dude, what would happen if we took on speeding up the school lunch line, attempted to super size sports celebrations, and tried to bring our favorite battles to life?
We are so familiar with the map of United States, but do we know why our states look the way they do? Every shape on the map tells a great story about our past. Why is California bent? To cling on to gold. Why does Oklahoma have a panhandle? Because of shifting borders for slavery. Why does Missouri have a boot? Because of a massive earthquake. This special examines how every state is a puzzle piece ultimately revealing the unique geography, political and social history of America.
Fifteen-year-old Jennifer considered herself an outsider at home, so she ran away looking for love. With her parents desperate for help, Joe Mazzilli and the Runaway Squad quickly get on Jennifer's trail. At first, the only lead is her New York City boyfriend, but a surprise phone call has Joe shifting his tactics. Using her mother as bait, can Joe bring the girl home?
Tale of an ex-convict attempting to live on the right side of the law who meets up with a co-worker who has attempted to begin life over after making a living as a prostitute.
The competition heats up when the players learn that whoever loses 2% of their body weight first this week gets immunity. The catch is that only one person gets immunity and they only get one shot to weigh in whenever they think they?ve reached that goal. Later, the players head to the pool for a swimming challenge involving weights. After each contestant finishes the race, they are allowed to go back and help others finish, which proves very revealing about who the players want to stay in the game -- and who they don?t. Alison Sweeney hosts the series, and trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels also star.
Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) discover more about each other after Audrey inadvertently finds out that Jeff once dated a dancer who is now a regular on a popular reality dance show. Meanwhile, Russell (David Spade) convinces Timmy (Adhir Kalyan) to break off his engagement to Suneetha (guest star Nazneen Contractor). After Russell admits his feelings for her, Timmy thinks that his boss has sunk to all-new low, until he learns the truth from Adam (Oliver Hudson).
'The biggest audience laughs we got from any show. Why didn't we use laughing gas more often?' - Doug Naylor on Cassandra. On Holly's advice, Lister joins the 'Canaries'. He thinks it's the prison choir, actually it's a battle-hardened convict army, trained to go on suicide missions. And he's also enrolled Rimmer, probably the yellowest of yellowbellies in the whole universe. On their first mission, Rimmer meets Cassandra, a computer with the ability to predict the future with 100 percent accuracy, which prophesies his imminent death.
Like pieces of a puzzle falling into place, a top line ensemble cast comes together in a crowded and smokey New York City bistro. Friends, lovers, strangers, intellectuals, artists, their conversations clouded in the safety of candlelight and wine, their words silently and keenly observed as they intertwine and drift, like the melody of life. From the poignant to the banal, from the apparent to the clandestine... young romance, love lost, anger, fear, camaraderie, regret, denial, anticipation, seduction, betrayal, secrets, confessions... and murder? If one pays more attention to their surroundings than themselves, life is all quite a spectacle.
The Justice League meets "The Ultimen," a popular group of young heroes who are about to discover their own horrifying secret origins.
With only 24 hours to go until the Baby Phat show's live telecast in Times Square, Kimora and her dream team are scrambling to make sure everything runs smoothly. Since it's the first fashion show to be broadcast live in Times Square, there's a lot riding on Kimora to pull this off--but could technical difficulties derail the whole event? From doing press to hiring last-minute models to taping segments for her pre-show, there isn't a free minute for Kimora and her crew as their preparation comes down to the wire. Plus, Kimora is torn when she has to decide whether to bring Baby Kenzo out on the runway during the show's finale. Will her new baby boy make his runway debut? Watch and see!
A shy widower (JEREMY IRONS) moves to a small seaside community and joins the local amateur theatre group. A production of A Beggar’s Opera is being rehearsed by a scruffy solicitor (ANTHONY HOPKINS), the show’s director. Before long, Irons discovers that the drama on stage is nothing compared to what's happening behind the scenes -- seduction, romance, factional in-fighting to rival the Balkans, and the inevitable jealousy as he emerges as the local Lothario. Adapted for the screen by Alan Ackbourne from his prize-winning stageplay.
Deb negotiates with a suicidal man, barricaded inside his home; Lindsey has an amusing exchange with an enraged citizen; Amie helps a pregnant lady get to the hospital; and Kelly busts a colorful ex-stripper wanted on a shoplifting warrant.
Demetri explores Space as the subject of this episode. Hand-drawn animation, stand-up jokes, and sketches attempt to fill the empty void of Space.
On Valentine’s Day 1993, 17-year-old Bethel High School basketball star Allen Iverson was bowling in Hampton, Va., with five high school friends. It was supposed to be an ordinary evening, but it became a night that defined Iverson’s young life. A quarrel soon erupted into a brawl pitting Iverson’s young black friends against a group of white patrons. The fallout from the fight and the handling of the subsequent trial landed the teenager, which some considered the nation’s best high school athlete, in jail and sharply divided the city along racial lines. Oscar nominee Steve James (Hoop Dreams) returns to his hometown of Hampton, where he once played basketball, to take a personal look at this still disputed incident and examine its impact on Iverson and the shared community.
New Yorker editor David Remnick discusses his new book about the life and rise of Barack Obama.
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