Actor Michael Keaton ("Birdman"). TV Host Megyn Kelly ("The Kelly File"). Musical guest George Ezra.
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Comedian and actor Zach Galifianakis visits The Daily Show to talk about his role in the movie "Birdman."
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A look at the film "Birdman" with director Alejandro G. Inarritu, actors Michael Keaton and Edward Norton. We conclude with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele of Comedy Central's Key and Peele.
A long-standing village tradition takes place right in front of the castle every year: an event known to the locals as "Bird Man". Local villagers have to come up with new and creative ways to cross the nearly 25-foot river without swimming.
"The Birdman Group" - Watch the full episode.
After the campus cleanup crew confiscates his state-of-the-art bicycle, a college misfit trades his wheels for some wings in an attempt to become a human birdman. Why? To impress a girl, of course.
Dirtgirl, the nature detective, is on walkabout ... a nature walkabout. She sneaks and snoops, on a mission to discover what walks and what flies in Dirtgirlworld. Today Dirtgirl discovers, Scrapboy swaps and feathers fly when Ken becomes a birdman in Grubby's latest stunt sensation. -- Everyday Dirtgirl tries hard to balance her life for the good of the planet. How she chooses to live, the things she does help make the planet we live in. Dirtgirl knows all about balance.
Upon opening in rural New York State, Attica was hailed as an architectural landmark and model for the confinement of the most dangerous criminals. Over time, its name became a battle cry for death, despair, and violence. Paul Sorvino narrates a look at the home of the worst prison riot in American history in September 1971.
McNeil Island is a remote outpost rising from the chilly waters of Puget Sound, forty miles south of Seattle, Washington. Throughout its history, this isolated fortress has been the scene of daring escapes and intense violence. McNeil Island Prison was opened 125 years ago and its convicts came from the furthest reaches of civilization. Over time, it became a home to a diverse cross section of criminals as it went from being a Federal Penitentiary and then back to being a State Prison again. Its inmates included train robbers, gangsters, and politicians. Notorious offenders include mobster Mickey Cohen, Attorney Vincent Halinan, who ran for President of the U.S. while still locked inside, Robert Stroud, the legendary "Birdman of Alcatraz", and the infamous Charles Manson.
Interviews include a former inmate who attempted escape form McNeil Island, two former wardens and current correctional officers.
Harvey once and for all proves what kind of lawyer he is when he is forced to retry all 37 of his past cases, tying the entire series up and putting a nice bow on it. Until we realize that there is one former client left out there -– Nitron -– who has been released and is wrecking havoc on the city. Will Harvey be able to save the day -– or does he die, like the title so clearly suggests? Will the Incredible Hippo return to help the Birdteam? And X, does he finally obtain the crest? Final answers will be revealed in this special double episode. Oh, and a certain bus makes a mysterious reappearance…
Harvey suffers a mental breakdown in court, leading to the loss of a juror. At the same time, he’s summoned to serve as a juror. On the same trial. But problem solved when Duplicator creates a 2nd Harvey to perform his civic duty.. Can two Harveys win over a jury, when it’s relatively clear that just one Harvey who tries really, really hard barely makes any substantial impact whatsoever? Meanwhile, Potamus claims sexual harassment at the hands of Judy Ken Sebben. Emotionally scarred, he finds comfort in support groups and hot interns.
A baby falcon hatches at the Tipton and pandemonium ensues.
A baby falcon hatches at the Tipton and pandemonium ensues. Cody tries to raise it and Mr. Moseby tries to get rid of it.
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