Hollywood stars unite in support of Stand Up To Cancer. The telecast brings together talent from film, television, sports with performances by The Who, Jennifer Hudson, Lupe Fiasco & Common, Ariana Grande, and Dave Matthews.
Each week one iconic band, one A-list singer/songwriter and one contemporary leading act showcase their talent in this inspiring and creative environment.
The fourth installment of CNN's flagship documentary series, Black in America, with Soledad O'Brien, follows the inspiring and challenging journey of eight African-American entrepreneurs
attempting to make history in Silicon Valley. While the U.S. economy struggles, tech innovators are becoming instant millionaires and investors flood the Valley looking to fund the next
Google, Twitter or Facebook. Yet successful African-American digital entrepreneurs are virtually non-existent. In 2010, 1% of all venture capital money went to digital startups with African-American founders. Black in America chronicles the journey of eight entrepreneurs as they attempt to realize their dreams. Who will fail? Who will succeed? And what is the color of opportunity?
We take you into the studio and behind the scenes of the 2011 Grammy Awards. Meet up with celebrities such as Dianna Agron, Dave Matthews, and Jennifer Hudson as they predict the winners of the big night.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosts Saturday Night Live with musical guest Dave Matthews Band.
A Conversation With Vitaly Churkin, Russia'S Ambassador To The U.N.
|| A Conversation With Musician Dave Matthews About His Album "Big Whiskey And The Groogrux King"
D-Day Remembrance With Historian And Author Douglas Brinkley And World War Ii Veterans George Mcgovern, Lee Archer And Len Lomell || A Conversation With Elie Wiesel, Jewish Writer, Professor, Political Activist, Nobel Laureate And Holocaust Survivor
With Alex on-board as her "Number Two," Amanda assumes they're ready to be the new face of the paper. But their unified front cracks when Alex comes up with a banging football story that puts his 128-pound frame on the gridiron and sacks Amanda's plans for more serious stories. A misunderstanding between them causes a rift in the Amanda/Alex union, but, not sweating it, Alex looks past their problems and has his eye on a junior editor with all the right stuff! The courtship takes them to a Dave Matthews Band concert where he must decide how to balance his senior year with partying and the strictly business world of the paper under Amanda's regime.
Ashton Kutcher hosts an all new SNL this week. Kutcher, best-known for starring as Michael Kelso in That 70s Show as well as creating the hit MTV prank show Punk'd returns for the third time as host. Featured sketches include: Patraeus Hearings Cold Open - Will, as General Patraeus, conducts hearings about the Iraq war, and interviews the Presidential candidates about the books they have written; Ashton walks around the studio during his monologue, showing the audience how he produces; Kenan, a nightclub bouncer, refuses entry to Ashton, but allows practically everyone else under the sun into his club; An SNL Digital Short: Daiquiri Girl - A music video featuring Andy, a gross singer who performs a lame song about a girl who drinks daiquiris; Kristen, as Jamie Lee Curtis, poops in her pants while doing a commercial for Acitivia yogurt; Weekend Update - this week, Seth and Amy welcome Kristen, as nervous travel expert Judy Grimes who blathers on while repeating "just kidding"; and Fred, as alternative comic Nicholas Fehn who never completes his punchlines; Death by Chocolate #1 - Ashton plays a candy bar mascot who murders a hobo; The Mellow Show - Andy, as Jack Johnson, welcomes Bill, as Dave Matthews, and Ashton, as John Mayer, onto his talk show; Death by Chocolate #2 - Ashton, a candy bar mascot, murders a doctor and an old woman in a hospital; Death by Chocolate #3 - Ashton, a candy bar mascot, attacks Andy with a chainsaw.
Just before mobster Joey Arnello spills the beans in federal court and enters witness protection, he collapses. Is he faking? A court order instructs House to find out - and fast. House and his team struggle to diagnose and cure Joey while Joey's brother Bill tries to slow things down and keep Joey from testifying. Meanwhile, Cuddy struggles to convince Vogler (guest star Chi McBride) that House is an essential part of the hospital. With Joey mysteriously slipping in and out of a coma, and House's job on the line, House makes an exception to his own policy and gets to know his patient.
Patrick Obyedkov (guest star Dave Matthews), a 35-year-old musical savant, is in the middle of playing a piano concert when he suffers a painful involuntary muscle contraction in his left hand. After Patrick is admitted to Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital with a rare movement disorder, his case attracts the attention of Dr. House. House learns from Patrick's father, Dr. Obyedkov (guest star Kurtwood Smith), that Patrick suffered severe brain damage at age 10 from a bus accident that also killed his mother. House is intrigued as to why Patrick, who was a healthy 10-year-old at the time of his accident with no prior musical training, could suddenly play the piano flawlessly after suffering a severe injury. He pushes for further testing on Patrick's brain even though the team has diagnosed him with a simple muscle-contraction problem. While trying to deduce the origin of the brain rewiring responsible for Patrick's mysterious gift of music, House and his team must stop the deadly bleeding that is quickly threatening his life. Patrick's condition worsens as he suffers an onset of seizures, and as the team attempts to stabilize him, House presents a very difficult option to Patrick's father – a neurological procedure that would change Patrick's life forever. In the meantime, Cameron discovers that House has been in contact with a hospital in Massachusetts and suspects that House may be looking to take a new job there. When Cuddy contacts the hospital, she learns that House has been in contact with a brain cancer specialist – not as a job applicant, but as a patient for a clinical trial. When confronted by his team, House denies the gravity of the situation and resents their interference, and they are forced to contend with the possibility his condition may be more serious than he's letting on.
House encounters a brain-damaged musical prodigy with inexplicable abilities while the team faces serious concerns about House's own health.
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