Dennis Rodman Gets Angry in Interview on North Korea; Kraft Meltdown: Possible Super Bowl Velveeta Shortage
After firing inept but hunky stagehand Mickey (John Travolta), Maddie consoles him with a one-night stand -- then can't get rid of him. Tension arises between Frank and Arlo when Frank asks Arlo's crush to be his tango partner.
A look at the film 'Savages' with director Oliver Stone and actors Salma Hayek, Blake Lively, Taylor Kitsch, and John Travolta
This week, Joel McHale weighs in on the latest Hollywood headlines including "The Avengers" breaking movie records, "Nightline" exposing an all too true story and Kris Humphries' divorce lawyers asking Kim Kardashian to be deposed on camera. Plus, Tess Rafferty, head writer at "The Soup," pens a culinary masterpiece, "Octomom" Nadya Suleman makes a masturbation video for money and John Travolta denies sexually assaulting a masseuse. Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Jeopardy! Teen Tournament," "Survivor" and other hot shows.
Guest Host Michael Eisner, Former Ceo Of The Walt Disney Company, Speaks With Actor John Travolta And Barry Diller, Chairman & Ceo Of Interactive Corp.
Guest stars John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Jeff Zucker, Mark Curry, and Michael McDonald. Kirstie forces her agent to set her up on a big network meeting with Jeff Zucker only to find out that he thinks she’s too fat for television. Kirstie sleeps with a NBC executive and ends up with a holding deal.
Kirstie forces her agent to set up a meeting with Jeff Zucker who thinks she is too fat for television, but ends up with a holding deal after sleeping with an executive.
Guest stars John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Jeff Zucker, Mark Curry, and Michael McDonald. Kirstie forces her agent to set her up on a big network meeting with Jeff Zucker only to find out that he thinks she's too fat for television. Kirstie sleeps with a NBC executive and ends up with a holding deal.
General Barry Mccaffrey, Director Of The White House Office Of National Drug Control Policy, Stops By To Talk About His Experiences And Preparing To Give Up His Post In January. Then, Director Nora Ephron And Actor John Travolta Talk About Their New Film Lucky Numbers, About A Local Television Weatherman Who Plans To Rig The State Lottery.
Thomas Friedman, The Foreign Affairs Columnist For The New York Times, Talks About The Most Recent Global, Political And Economic Developments To Promote His Well-Known Book, The Lexus And The Olive Tree, Now In A Newly Updated And Expanded Edition. Actor John Travolta On His Labor Of Love, A Film Adaptation Of L. Ron Hubbard'S 1982 Science Fiction Novel, Battlefield Earth.
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