An L.A. reporter with an array of disguises attempts to unravel a plot involving a wealthy businessman who contracts his own murder. Chase is a riot!
A married couple in a new home get invaded by unwanted guests. Featuring the co-stars of two hit television sit-coms!
Anna Faris plays Christy, a single mom valiantly trying to overcome a lifetime of questionable choices. Now a year clean and sober, she's tested daily by her 17-year-old daughter Violet, her young son Roscoe, and her newly sober mom, Bonnie (Emmy winner Allison Janney) in this pulls-no-punches comedy from TV hitmaker Chuck Lorre (The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly).
Ross and Monica's Aunt Silvia passes away and leaves a beautiful dollhouse to Monica. Monica invites Phoebe to play with it but then doesn't like Phoebe's ideas and won't let her touch it. Hurt, Phoebe makes her own dollhouse, with slides and an incense room. But the incense room causes a fire and the house burns down. Joey pines for Kate, who is dating the director of their show. Since he can't have Kate he sleeps with her understudy. Then during rehearsal things heat up between Joey and Kate, who's been attracted to Joey all along, and the two sleep together. But Joey is crushed when Kate pretends nothing has happened and returns to her boyfriend. Rachel sets Chandler up with her boss, who is crazy about him. Chandler, meanwhile, thinks she's a bore, but tells her he'll call because that what he says to women even if he doesn't mean it. Rachel's boss drives Rachel crazy talking about Chandler and Rachel forces him to tell her the truth.
Chandler runs into Rachel's boss Joanna and the two end up having quite a fling. When Rachel sneaks into Joanna's office to scope out the bonus list, Chandler just happens to be handcuffed naked to a chair. Chandler, completely humiliated, begs Rachel to free him. But, after doing so, Rachel realizes that she has tote-handcuff Chandler or else her boss will know she has a key to her office. She's no better off after handcuffing Chandler to the filing cabinet. Finally, after Chandler threatens to bust Rachel, she sets him free, but under the condition that she tell Monica and Phoebe that he's well endowed. Thanks to Joey's big mouth, Chandler's exalted reputation lasts all of five minutes. Meanwhile, Monica 'pulls a Monica' when she caters a party for her mother and accidentally loses a fake nail in one of the quiches. A salesman tries to sell Joey a set of encyclopedias, but Joey can only afford to buy the 'V' volume. The boys furnish their apartment with a canoe and some patio furniture.
Rachel decides to interview for a position as an assistant buyer, but Joanna, her bitter boss, ruins any chances Rachel had by lying about her character. When Rachel threatens to quit, Joanna creates an assistant buyer position for Rachel in her department instead. When she arrives at work the next day all ready to start her new position, Rachel discovers that Joanna died the night before ... of course the paperwork validating Rachel's promotion never went out. Meanwhile, Monica winds up getting a position as head chef at a local restaurant. Although Phoebe and Monica already bought a van for their catering business, Phoebe decides that Monica's happiness is more important than their joint business venture. The guys are all amped to party with their old buddy Gandolf, but he cancels at the last minute. When Joey suggests that they party without him, the evening ends short because everyone's too tired.
Madhouse -- Trailer for Madhouse
Madhouse -- The luxurious villa of Mark and Jessie Bannister, a yuppie couple, is overrun by loads of uninvited guests who turn the house up side down.
Fletch -- Chevy Chase is at his hilarious best as Irwin 'Fletch' Fletcher, a newspaper reporter who changes his identity more often than his underwear in order to get the story of the year.
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