In the season finale, Ben and Anthony find out what happened to Cassie; Seth's unveiling of images for the eco-friendly Byzantium is disrupted by a shocking event that has catastrophic consequences.
Kenney and Maggie pressure Seth to agree to an operation for his brain tumor; Director Bauer Lermontov takes Inez to the Cinematheque's Moving Picture Ball to fast-track her acting career.
Seth grows more convinced that God is manifesting through him, although Kenny becomes more doubtful of the illusions; Inez meets a Hollywood director who holds out the promise of a new career.
Ben and Anthony force Roxanne into withdrawal with the hope that she'll disclose more about Cassie's death; Seth mounts a town hall event to muster support for his homeless project.
Ben and Anthony track down Roxanne Thigpen; Seth and Kenny get an unexpected visit from Bo, who wants the money back that his mom donated to Seth's homeless project.
Seth gets a visit from a televangelist who wants to join forces; Ben rebuilds his relationship with Suzy as he continues to look for a murderer; Wendy is jealous of Bo's relationship with Lily.
Bo explodes as Wendy pushes him to admit he wants to sell the hobby shop; Inez's new man, a rich Englishman, takes her to London on a romantic interlude; Kenny takes Tess on a date.
Ben visits his ex-wife (Peggy Lipton) and her husband (Keith Carradine) and stumbles into a crisis of desperation; Inez is romanced by a new man, while Jimmy ends up in a violent conflict.
Seth moves into an eco-friendly loft where he announces a dramatic venture for the future betterment of Los Angeles; Kenny strikes up a friendship with Tess, who runs a homeless center.
Ben and Anthony visit the athletic club where Cassie was murdered, but are dissuaded from investigating further; Eddie ridicules advice Bo gives Tyler, which prompts Bo to prove his macho prowess.
Ben’s investigation into his daughter’s murder leads to a shocking source for black-market surveillance tapes; Inez and Jimmy pay off Jimmy’s gambling debts.
Seth enlists security guard Kenny Battaglia on his quest to discover the meaning of his bizarre visions; Bo Olinville gets offered a position coaching Tyler.
Former music mogul Ben Cendars returns to L.A. from a year's stint in rehab; Billionaire entrepreneur Seth Blanchard plans on bringing L.A. an NFL football team.
Anthony and Ben visit Ben's old partner, while Eddie confronts Mr. Park; Bebe joins the search for Axel; Christine tries to re-enter the job market; Inez crosses the line with Kenny.
Doubts are raised in the precinct when Axel is questioned about the K-Town shootings; Kenny is left holding the kids for once; Ben learns some disturbing news about his former business partner.
Anthony finds himself in the crossfire between Ben and his daughter; Cooper starts questioning Axel's wife about the shooting while Kenny goes to marriage council with his wife; Bebe continues her efforts to convince Eddie to go against Mr. Park.
Crash movie trailer - starring Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Don Cheadle, William Fichtner, Jennifer Esposito, Shaun Toub. Directed by Paul Haggis. Theatrical Release Date: 5/6/2005
Shawn Colfax (Nicholas D'Agosto) and Nick Brady (Eric Christian Olsen), the stars of the Gerald R. Ford High School football team, are dreading the prospect of another summer at football camp. When Nick hatches a scheme for the two to join their school's cheerleaders at cheer camp instead, they find themselves awash in a sea of gorgeous young women. It all goes great until Shawn falls for Carly (Sarah Roemer), the beautiful head cheerleader who sees right through them.
From the producers of the Academy Award-winning Best Motion Picture of the same title, "Crash" takes an in-depth, up-close and deeply personal look at some of the lives slamming together in the melting post of Los Angeles.
Trailer for Crash.
Over a thirty-six hour period in Los Angeles, a handful of disparate people's lives intertwine as they deal with the tense race relations that belie life in the city. Among the players are: the Caucasian district attorney, who uses race as a political card; his Caucasian wife, who, having recently been carjacked by two black men, believes that her stereotypical views of non-whites is justified and cannot be considered racism; the two black carjackers who use their race both to their advantage and as an excuse; partnered Caucasian police constables, one who is a racist and uses his authority to harass non-whites, and the other who hates his partner because of those racist views, but who may have the same underlying values in his subconscious; a black film director and his black wife, who believes her husband doesn't support their black background enough, especially in light of an incident with the racist white cop; partnered police detectives and sometimes lovers, one Hispanic female and the other black male, the latter who is dealing with a drugged out mother that feels he isn't concerned enough about taking care of family; an East Asian man who is run over but who is hiding some valuable cargo in the back of his van; a Persian store owner, who feels he isn't getting satisfaction from American society when his store is robbed time and time again; and a Hispanic locksmith, who just wants to keep his family, especially his adolescent daughter, safe in a seemingly unsafe world.
Crash And Burn/ Car Wars movie trailer - Genre: Non-Fiction
Rating: Not Rated
For opposite reasons, an undercover federal agent and a small time hood join forces to take on a union of drug lords and dirty cops.
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