The romantic comedy follows a misogynistic children's book author who is forced to work closely with a female illustrator instead of his long-time collaborator and only friend.
At the police station, Nicole nearly tells Taylor about EJ's misdeeds, but Hope interrupts. Bo privately questions Nicole, who reveals she has DNA proof that EJ was holding Rafe in the DiMera basement. Her lawyer arrives with the evidence but they soon learn it was destroyed (by Stefano). Meanwhile, Taylor tells Hope she believes Rafe was the one who attacked EJ. Bo and Hope come up with a plan that requires keeping Nicole locked up while setting Taylor free. Later, Bo and Hope tell Rafe and Sami they want to rattle EJ’s cage by letting him believe “the imposter” attacked him. They hope this will get the DiMeras to slip up. However, if Rafe agrees to the plan, he’ll be putting his life in danger. Rafe and Sami celebrate with Will and Gabi at their graduation party. Daniel tells Carly how much he's grown to respect and care for her. Carly is affected by this. Meanwhile, Jennifer has second thoughts about breaking into Carly's place to collect the drug residue. But when she runs into Abigail, she learns that Carly had filled a prescription under the name Katerina von Leuschner. Abigail confides that Carly claimed she was sick and made her promise to keep quiet. Jennifer realizes her instincts were right and takes the powder from Carly's room. As she wonders what would drive Carly to drugs, she returns to hospital and gets her answer when she sees Carly looking lovingly at an unaware Daniel. Bo warns Brady and Victor to keep quiet about Brady attacking EJ. Brady chafes at the order but Victor reminds him of Melanie's sacrifice to protect him. Now Brady needs to protect her. Meanwhile, Melanie lies to Detective McCarthy that Dario couldn't have attacked EJ – he spent the night with her. Adrienne covers for both of them and when McCarthy leaves, Adrienne tells them both to be careful. Melanie kisses Dario just as Brady enters.
After Tosha’s pregnancy scare during Walter’s bachelor party, Toya finds it difficult to trust Tosha as her brother’s new wife.
Sharon's new boyfriend, a musician, is revealed to be Static's old nemesis Rubberband Man, who recently escaped from prison. This time, Rubberband Man will stop at nothing to reveal Static's secret identity, and with Sharon hiding him at home, our hero is at a large disadvantage.
In Birmingham, AL, an innocent man is shot and killed in crossfire from a shoot out that erupted at a friendly dice game. Detective Jerry Williams and his team must first locate the shooters involved and then decide who and what to believe from the conflicting interviews. And in Harris County, TX, Dep. Jason Brown and the Homicide Unit investigate the murder of a 17-year-old student, gunned down in a flea market parking lot that also left his 14-year-old cousin wounded. The trail heats up when Brown finds another student that was involved in the shooting and in the gang confrontation that precipitated it.
When a woman gets brutally attacked in the same manner as deceased rookie cop Zoe Martinelli. Det. Luke Callaghan is convinced that it’s the same suspect. But when his erratic behavior gets him booted from the case, he must convince Andy to put aside their differences and follow through on his theory – putting her in terrible danger along the way.
The young undiscovered Ice-T is pronounced dead at the scene of violent car collision; at the height of her fame model Cheryl Tiegs is forced to jump from an out-of-control airplane; a young Ed Begley Jr. is brutalized by a notorious LA gang; and actress Yancy Butler is convinced she's destined to die after being held hostage in a LA slum motel.
There wasn't an A, B, and C story going on in this episode. One story the entire time, which meant the whole cast was in lots of scenes together. The script was great and each cast member had moments to shine. - When Carly, Sam, and Spencer bring Freddie to their favorite pie shop, they learn that its proprietor has passed away. Worse more, it appears that his recipes may be lost forever.
Timmy Turner is an average kid - sort of. He's an only child with oblivious parents. But luckily he has Cosmo and Wanda, his wacky fairy godparents who help him hide from evil babysitters, do homework and much more craziness!
I've always loved this episode, it's just funny stuff! And Jennette was brilliant playing two characters. - Freddie tries to prove that Melanie, Sam’s twin sister, is just Sam in disguise. Meanwhile, when Carly tutors Spencer’s nemesis, Chuck, Spencer tries to convince her that Chuck is evil.
When a fight causes Carly and Sam to choose sides the best buds find themselves questioning their friendship. Is this the end of iCarly?
Xavier Dolan's sexy and stylish HEARTBEATS is a comic exploration of a romantically obsessed menage-a-trois. HEARTBEATS was a hit at the Cannes Film Festival, winning the Youth Prize, and an official selection of the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival. Part farce, part exploration of the complexity of love and desire, Heartbeats centers on two close friends, Francis (Xavier Dolan) and Marie (Monia Chokri), who find themselves fighting for the affections of the same striking young man (Neils Schneider). The more intimate the trio becomes, the more unattainable the object of their infatuation seems, sending the friends' obsession into overdrive.
From falling in love with classics for the first time, to loving them too much to let them go, Ted's cars take him on a trip down memory lane. We relive Ted's past in a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, 18 year old Josh buys and 1980 Corvette from Robin.
As one shared journey ends, many journeys begin. Those most touched by the conflict which surrounded the Philosopher’s Stone now go their separate ways. One thing is certain: they will meet again.
Instead of relaxing during a spa vacation, Bugs and Daffy spend most of their time fighting over a Hollywood starlet.