Matlock: Season 1 clip - starring Andy Griffith, Kene Holliday.
Hormones rage between students at all-girl Cherryvale Academy and all-boy Freemount Academy. Not private enough!
Ben Matlock is a Georgia bred, Harvard educated defense attorney. His fees are huge, but he's worth every cent of it as he defends his clients not only in Atlanta but all over the United States. He is cantankerous and gruff and often uses colorful language, but beneath it all he has a heart of gold.
The Final Season now on DVD: http://bit.ly/WAC_NAC
Divorced working mother Christine Campbell (Emmy® winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus - Seinfeld) attempts to juggle the daily stresses of motherhood and business – which doesn't mean she isn't prone to taking NyQuil to get to sleep or leaving voicemail messages to herself in the middle of the night. In the fifth season of this hilarious comedy, Christine and Barb (Emmy® winner Wanda Sykes) go to the Bahamas to sort out Barb's immigration woes, but find that Barb's only solution might just be to marry … Richard (Clark Gregg)? Richard, meanwhile, is trying to woo New Christine (Emily Rutherfurd) after being left at the altar. And, as Ritchie (Trevor Gagnon) enters middle school, Christine finds the "Meanie Moms" are as present as ever. Notable guest stars include Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) as a therapist at Matthew's practice and Dave Foley (NewsRadio, Kids in the Hall). The series is executive produced by Kari Lizer (Will & Grace) and Andy Ackerman (Seinfeld).
Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld) continues to shine in this comedy as divorced working mom Christine Campbell. Season three features guest stars Blair Underwood, Dave Foley, Andy Richter and, in a hilarious turn, Jason Alexander.
Gotcha -- A hard working career woman suspects her younger playboy husband is cheating on her and sets up a trap to catch him in the act which leads to a surprise twist in the end.
Divorced working mom Christine Campbell (Emmy Award winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus) successfully juggles the daily stresses of motherhood and owning a women's gym.
In the fifth season of this hilarious ensemble comedy starring Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Seinfeld), Christine and Barb go to the Bahamas to sort out Barb's immigration woes, but find her only solution might just be to marry ... Richard? Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) guest stars this season as a therapist at Matthew's practice.
Divorced working mother Christine Campbell (Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus - Seinfeld) attempts to juggle the daily stresses of motherhood and business -- which doesn't mean she isn't prone to taking NyQuil to get to sleep or leaving voicemail messages to herself in the middle of the night. She owns a women's 30-minute workout gym with her best friend, Barb (Wanda Sykes), to whom she has just proposed marriage in order to keep Barb from being deported back to the Bahamas. The fourth season of this hilarious comedy finds Christine still enduring encounters with the "meanie" moms at her son's posh private school and dealing as her charming ex-husband, Richard, asks for her ring back in order to propose to his girlfriend -- also named Christine -- the "new" Christine. This, by default, makes Christine "old" and still single. But could there be romance in the air? Tim DeKay (Bizarro Jerry on Seinfeld) guest stars. The series is executive produced and created by Kari Lizer (Will & Grace).
This hilarious comedy from Kari Lizer (Will & Grace) stars Emmy Award winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Christine Campbell, a divorced working mom who successfully juggles the daily stresses of motherhood and owning a women's 30-minute gym. Her 8-year-old son, Ritchie (Trevor Gagnon), has been accepted to a posh private school, and her twentysomething slacker brother, Matthew (Hamish Linklater), lives with her and serves as Ritchie's sometime babysitter.
Trailer for Private School.
Private School is where kids leave parents behind, and learn what growing up is really about. It's a romantic comedy from the same people who brought you the hilarious Private Lessons. Starring Phoebe Cates, with a special appearance by sensuous Sylvia Kristel as the sex education teacher whose classes are the best-attended on campus. Chris Ramsay (Cates) and Jim Green (Matthew Modine) are experiencing the joys and pains of first love. She goes to the Cherryvale Academy, he attends nearby Freemount. When Chris gets a rival for Jim's affections, it sparks off a battle royale of zany pranks that turn both schools upside down with laughter.
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