Many subtle comments about Marc Anthony add up...
Erin Fox interviews HBO's Down & Dirty Jim Norton about life as a comic, Opie and Anthony, and Andrew Dice Clay.|Down and Dirty with Jim Norton|Jim Norton|Erin Fox|
Erin Fox interviews SYTYCD's Anthony Bryant about bringing back his 'tude'.|So You Think You Can Dance|Erin Fox|
Erin Fox interviews Anthony Anderson on what will happen to Detective Bernard.|Law & Order|Anthony Anderson|Erin Fox|
After losing 107-87 to the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, Carmelo Anthony said the Knicks have lost 'focus on believing' that they can win. Boomer and Carton share their thoughts.
After losing 107-87 to the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, Carmelo Anthony said the Knicks have lost "focus on believing" that they can win. Boomer and Carton share their thoughts.
The hairstylist Anthony Turner shows T how to create an imperfect plait.
Feeling down on his luck, alcoholic writer Levine (Eric Stoltz) commiserates with his friend, Tulley (Anthony LaPaglia). A writer with a drinking problem gets a new lease on life when he meets a pretty and smart schoolteacher with whom he promptly falls in love.The bad news: He discovers he's also dying of liver failure.
LG Ultimate Dance Off - Anthony Abraham
Successful dancing in two easy steps.
Anthony has to go home for his grandfather's funeral, so he uses the occasion to introduce his girlfriend to his overbearing Italian family. Alissa is black, but how will the traditional family take it? The family gathering is filled with confrontations, confessions and comedy.
In the third film of Francis Ford Coppola's Corleone family saga, 20 years have passed and Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) is in failing health and haunted by remorse over his brother Fredo's murder. As part of his plan for legitimizing the family business, Michael contributes a large donation to the church and accepts an honor from the pope. His nephew, Vincent (Andy Garcia), becomes his protegee with the help of Connie (Talia Shire) while his own children, Anthony (Franc D'Ambrosio) and Mary (Sofia Coppola), remain free from a life of crime. After selling his casinos and laundering his money through the Vatican, Michael attempts to take over a European-owned company, International Immobiliare. However, former mob colleagues Don Altobello (Eli Wallach) and Joey Zasa (Joe Mantegna) force his return to the underworld, and Vincent's brash temper almost starts a mob war. In Sicily, Michael instructs Vincent to form an alliance with his enemy, Don Altobello. Many of the same cast from Coppola's first two films are back in this powerful sequel. New to the series is George Hamilton, surprisingly effective as Michael's financial advisor, B. J. Harrison.
Poor Boyz Productions has teamed up with Studio411 to bring you skiing's most skull-crushing, gut-twisting, bone-snapping crunches of all time. Witness avalanches, overshoots, cliff hucks and the worst slam ever at Chad's Gap! Crunch Time'features interviews from Tanner Hall, Chris Bentchetler, Brandon Kelly and Anthony Boronowski as they recap their worst-ever skiing moments.
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An entertaining look at the story of Apple founders Steve Job (Wyle) and Bill Gates (Anthony Michael Hall), set to an energized soundtrack.
Pirates of Silicon Valley charts the conflicts between two innovative personalities, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, famous founders of Apple and Microsoft.
After Jeb Bush's announcement that he will actively explore a possible 2016 presidential bid, CBS News Director of Elections Anthony Salvanto discusses the advantages and disadvantages the former governor could face.
Tim Gunn gives an extended workroom critique of Anthony Ryan Auld, from Episode 6.
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