Kevin Pollak sits down for an intimate one on one interview with actor, comedian Eugene Levy.
Tonight on the Hour, the youngest Prime Minister in Canadian history. Joe Clark. Does he have any regrets? And what does he think of the current government? Plus, we've got the star of 'L.A. Ink' Kat Von D. And, one of the greats of comedy. Eugene Levy is dropping by. This is The Hour.
Liz questions her attractiveness when Joe is picked to judge "The Miss Downloadable" beauty contest.
After a career day at school, Zelda and Tracy discover that going to college costs money.
Liz discovers that Zelda's Girl Tracker cookie drive is not only controlled by the mob, but that the cookies are made by her company.
The new next-door neighbors ask the Larsens to dog-sit in their all-new, cutting edge computer controlled home.
On a field trip, Zelda's bus has a minor accident.
When ten year old Tracy decides she needs a bra, Liz is forced to face the reality that her little girl is becoming a pre-woman.
Joie de Tot, Nicholas daycare center, has just installed a web cam so the parents can watch their kids during the day.
Liz comes home from work to find the house a mess and her family oblivious.
When the babysitter quits, working parents Liz and Joe Larsen have to scramble to find childcare for their two-year-old potty training Nicholas.
Dilbert turns to the Internet in search of a new computer. He has it delivered to the office to impress the other engineers. His idea backfires when the Boss signs for it and it turns out to be an outdated model instead of the state of the art system he had ordered. He runs into problem after problem while trying to return it. He finally finds out the location of the company, Comp-U-Comp, and heads straight there with the computer and the gang from work. They discover that the company is run by a big computer. It tells the group it will not exchange the computer unless Dilbert agrees to a competition to determine whether humans or computers are superior. After losing to Comp-U-Comp in chess and badminton, Dogbert arrives to help Dilbert out. Dogbert locates the only human in the building, a security guard who guards the outlet where Comp-U-Comp is plugged in. Dogbert distracts him and unplugs Comp-U-Comp. Dilbert and the gang use this opportunity to grab a bunch of new computers and run. Dogbert plugs Comp-U-Comp back in and they flee with their new computers.
Dilbert goes to Comp-U-Comp to return his computer, and he finds out the company is run by a big computer. He must defeat the computer in a series of challenges, and Dogbert helps by unplugging it.
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