Actor and former Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson discusses his new memoir "Teaching the Pig to Dance."
A famous journalist is killed and Sam is convinced the murderer is the same person who committed a 2008 killing he could not prevent; to make up for not solving the 2008 case, Sam goes to great lengths to pin the present murder on him.
Sam recognizes a killer from a murder case 35 years in the future.
Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates. An Hour With Fred Thompson.
Seth Rogen, star of "Knocked Up" and creator of "Superbad," hosts SNL featuring an address by Kevin Federline (Andy Samberg) sharing parenting tips; Seth Rogen's monologue that he wrote at age 13 in the event he would one day host SNL; HD Ultrasound (commercial parody), a new way for expectant fathers to watch their kids development in high definition; Sharon Osbourne (Amy Poehler), Gene Simmons (Fred Armisen) and Gerard (Andy Samberg) judge The National Douchebag Championship, where contestants compete to show who is most deserving of the title of the biggest douchebag; MacGruber (Will Forte) deals with diffusing bombs in the midst of mid-life crisis plastic surgery; Ugly kids Jeremy and Stacia (Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig) perform at their parent's dinner party; Fred Thompson (Darrell Hammond) addresses the public regarding his late entry into the 2008 presidential race and takes on rumors that he is lazy; Weekend Update (Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler) featuring Lou Dobbs (Darrell Hammond), Seth and Amy discuss Larry Craig, The New York Mets' Willie Randolph and Omar Minaya (Kenan Thompson and Fred Armisen) and Chevy Chase weighs in on the 2008 presidential race; John Stone and other colonists of Stonesville discover a new plant that they decide to cultivate; and Mad Joe Dixon (Seth Rogen) tells a fair lady (Maya Rudolph) what really turns him on.
A Discussion About Iraq With Michael Gordon Of The The New York Times. || A Conversation With Jon Meacham, The Managing Editor Of "Newsweek" About His Cover Story On Fred Thompson And His Presidential Campaign Announcement. || A Discussion About The Presidential Campaigns With Adam Nagourney, National Political Reporter For The New York Times. Nagourney Reports From New Hampshire.
Derwin is injured during a playoff game, and Jason is called on to replace him. Melanie is torn between Derwin and her relationship with Jerome.
Five-year-old Jenny Clark (Scarlett G. Sperduto) is kidnapped when her mother's car is stolen. Initially, the cops thing it’s a carjacking, but when the car turns up and Jenny is gone, it's obvious she was the target. Her mother, Denise (Wendy Hoopes), is hysterical and for a minute, they think it could have been her husband, Jimmy (Patrick Michael Buckley), who was behind on child support payments. But a grainy surveillance tape allows them to send out the suspect's photo, and a patrolman recognizes him as Dwight Jacobs (James LeGros), a perp from an earlier shoplifting charge. It's tough to track him down - they find his mother's address but she is no help. Then they think his girlfriend, Charleen Dowd, could be involved. They catch Jacobs at Charleen's apartment, and he tries to negotiate a "walk" if he gives up Jenny's whereabouts. McCoy (Sam Waterston) and Borgia (Annie Parisse) are leaning toward giving in but Branch (Fred Thompson) is adamant that they don't. Meanwhile, Jenny leaves a message for her mother so they presume she is still alive, and a woman’s voice is heard in the background. The detectives search for Charleen and come up empty, until they find out that Jacobs' attorney, Charles Graham (Adam Arkin), has been in contact with her. They arrest Graham for being an accomplice to kidnapping, and trace a call on his cell phone to a sleazy hotel, where Charleen is found stabbed to death. They lift a print in the room, and it's from Bernard Heinz (Harry Prichett), a known sex offender. Heinz was supposed to buy Jenny from Charleen, but he killed her when she didn't deliver the kid. McCoy agrees to let Jacobs walk provided that Jenny is found alive, believing this to be the only way to find her. Branch runs into Judge Hellstrom (Lindsay Crouse), who's handling the case, and hints that perhaps if they give in to Jacobs, she could overturn their agreement. Even though Hellstrom gives the impression that it's out of the question, that's exactly what she does after Jacobs gives the court the girl's whereabouts - his mother's garage. They find Jenny alive, and Jacobs must now face a jury's sentencing.
Charlie Rose With Joseph Lieberman & Fred Thompson; Alan Brinkley & Roger Cohen; David Brooks, Jim Hoagland, Michael Kinsley & David Frum
David Martin Of Cbs News Talks About The News That President Bush May Have Been Warned Of The September 11Th Terrorist Attacks. Then, Senator Of Florida, Robert Graham, And Senator Of Tennessee, Fred Thompson, Weigh In On The Story. Also, A Conversation With Ron Lauder, President Of The Neue Galerie In New York, About His Museum And Its Art Collection.
Charlie Rose Talks To Senators Joseph Biden And Richard Shelby About Their Reaction To President Bush'S Address To Both Houses Of Congress Which Prepared America For War. Former Senate Majority Leader, George Mitchell, And Senator Fred Thompson Also Share Their Thoughts On The Speech And Its Implications. Finally, A Series Of Journalists Give Their Opinions Of The Address.
An Conversation With Foud Ajami; A Conversation With Evan Thomas; A Conversation With Sen. Fred Thompson; A Conversation With L. Paul Bremer
A interview with Fred Thompson; A remembrance of Howard Cosell
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