Adorable Ally Sheedy and a talking robot versus the military madmen who invented it. Good family fun!
Mash: Season 11 clip - starring Alan Alda, Loretta Swit, Harry Morgan, Mike Farrell.
At work, L.A. Deputy Chief Brenda Johnson is a woman in charge. Got a suspect to grill, a case to crack, a murderer about to walk? Call Brenda in and watch the fireworks. But at home...well, that's another story. Kyra Sedgwick headlines a sizzling 4-disc, 15-episode Season 5 of the series that combines heart, humor and homicide into a show that?s equally compelling as a police procedural and a personal drama. As a cop, Brenda takes on everything from a corpse that comes COD to a serial killer to Sharon Raydor, an internal affairs officer as tough as she is. As a civilian, Brenda loses one family member (bye, Kitty) and gains another: her surly niece Charlie. Brenda can outsmart, outmaneuver and out a killer. But can she handle a teenager?
When forced to comply with an open admissions policy, a police academy must cope with a motley crew of misfits. First and best of the series!
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An offbeat personality, a tough-as-nails approach and a track record as one of the country's leading investigators: These are just a few of the traits exhibited by Deputy Police Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson. For the Atlanta transplant heading up the Priority Homicide Division of the Los Angeles Police Department, her position on this elite detective squad, which handles high-profile cases of a sensitive nature, is a tenuous balancing act. She faces antagonistic roadblocks, even from her own peers within the department, and must manage a team that remains wary of her unconventional style.
Originally based on the book and movie of the same name, MASH chronicles the exploits of the 4077th, a MASH unit charged with taking care of wounded soldiers during the Korean War.
Jesus movie trailer - starring Gary Oldman, Jacqueline Bisset, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Jeroen Krabbe, Jeremy Sisto, G.W. Bailey. Directed by Roger Young. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Academy graduates tangle with jewel thieves while attending a police convention in Miami. Another installment in the apparently unending misadventures of the bumbling misfits of law and order.
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