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Based on the true story, FBI upstart Eric O'Neill enters into a power game with his boss, Robert Hanssen, an agent who was put on trial for selling secrets to the Soviet Union.
Myron Breckinridge is waiting for her sex-change operation while a stoned surgeon stumbles into the operating room...
The Last of the Blonde Bombshells
(2000 TV movie)
A woman tries to reunite the swing band she played with during WWII.
(2000 TV series)
Episode: We've Got Magic to Do
Rory's World War II-themed DAR bash is a piperoo (even when suddenly impoverished Paris joins the proletariat as a server). But the bash goes smash when Richard confronts Mitchum Huntzberger.
Speaking of the Weather
It's midnight at the bookstore and all the book and magazine characters are coming to life. When a bulldog...
A Symposium on Popular Songs
Professor Ludwig von Drake plays a variety of popular music, all of which he wrote. First, ragtime: the Rutabaga Rag...
(2000 TV series)
Episode: I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia
Lorelai and Rory receive unexpected comfort and some grief while at the hospital and at Richard's side: Christopher won't return Lorelai's calls, but Luke is there for her and the family; Emily is so distraught that she tries to distract herself by maintaining her rigorous social calendar, with Luke offering to help her out in keeping up her appearances; Rory is met by Logan, who flies to the hospital in a helicopter; and, when Christopher finally does arrive, he speaks the words of sympathy to Lorelai, but his emotions betray him: he's still mad at her from their fight and he can't respect her when she needs him the most. Suffice it to say, Emily is far from impressed upon witnessing Christopher treat Lorelai so poorly.
(1977 TV series)
Episode: Roper's Niece
Karen (Mr. Roper's niece) is bored while visiting,so Stanley sets her up with Jack,figuring she's "safe" from any fooling around with him. Jack misses Janet's birthday for the date as well.
(1978 TV series)
Episode: The Costume Party
The gang crash a party which they believe is occupied by famous actors.
The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show
(1950 TV series)
Episode: Silky Thompson/Gracie Writes 'My Life with George Burns'
Gracie fabricates a magazine article claiming George once beat up an infamous gangster who shows up at the Burns home in a very bad mood.
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