(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Soccer Mom in the Mini-Van (2007)
Because Booth arranged it, Bones visits her dad Max Keenan in jail, but shows him no sympathy. Dr. Jack Hodgins is excited by Special Agent Katherine Frost, but can't handle her potentially compromising proof. The fire-consumed body in an exploded car is identified as soccer mother Amy Nash. After reconstruction of the corpse they also found it to be an alias of June Harris, a member of Marxist US terrorist organization NLA, which supposedly directed its violent crimes against the military-economical complex. However, neither her husband Jeremy Nash, who learned only weeks earlier about her double identity, nor sheriff Sam Reilly, who handled a terrorist case against them for 30 years in vain, knew she had struck a plea bargain only days before. She was shot with bullets from the gun which was used in a terrorist attack which killed a cop, the father of young cop Danny Valenti. A reconstruction shows others did know and at least one tried to prevent the deal. Their extreme-left Attorny Leonard Huntzinger is found shot, staged as a suicide.
|2.||Buffy the Vampire Slayer
(1997 TV Series)
Episode: Beer Bad (1999)
Gloomily gazing at Parker, who has moved to another one-night-conquest, still enamored Buffy misses out on another chance to approach charming teaching assistant Riley Finn in the college bar and accepts an invitation from some arrogant students. Those grossly embarrass the new barman, Xander, who finds the work and his boss harder then expected, while feeding Buffy gallons of pedantic crap and their adored 'panacea' beer Black Frost, which contains an inhibitions-blocking, addictive concoction, taken in such large quantities even turning them into ape-men, losing speech, wielding cudgels, setting fire to the college bar. Grumpy because her Oz has eyes for another band's female singer, Willow spits at 'never evolved, sex-obsessed' men to Parker, the cavemen knock them down. Giles loses her track after realizing Buffy's regression, but brave Xander kept up and saves the students from the fire; only her ex Parker is left to Buffy, who already felt like hitting him vindictively...
|3.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Eric Idle/Neil Innes (1977)
The host for the episode is Eric Idle (his second appearance), and the musical guests are Alan Price and Neil Innes. The skits for this episode are as follows: A British soldier interrogates an Irish prisoner by torturing a potato. During his opening monologue, Eric Idle joins the Queen in hosting a telethon to help save England, and over the course of the show manages to raise $20. The pot growers of America urge everyone to buy locally. Nixon gives an interview to David Frost but turns out to be terribly boring. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on an iceberg floating from Antarctica, Alex Haley being accused of plagiarism, and Groucho Marx's former manager, Bill Murray talks about punishing schoolgirls, and Emily Litella confesses her love for Tom Snyder. Two boxers face off to get the most laughs. A low budget film depicts the Battle of Britain. A host and guest conduct an interview based solely of nonsense words. Alan Price performs "Poor People" and Neil Innes performs "Cheese & Onions" and "Shangri-La".
|4.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Shelley Duvall/Joan Armatrading (1977)
The host for the episode is Shelley Duvall, and the musical guest is Joan Armatrading. The skits for this episode are as follows: The opening act is interrupted by an announcement that NBC wants to get their money's worth out of the recent Bobick-Norton fight by replaying it at the start of every show. The women of the show sing as the Video Vixens. A bank robber is upset that his disguise isn't as good as those of the other members of his gang. Three women are joined in a restaurant by three men arguing over which one is Ricardo Montalban. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain reports on David Frost's presidential interviews, Patty Hearst's personal life and Roy Roger's funeral plans, while boxer Duane Bobick makes a plea for better civil rights so blacks will stop beating up white people, and Emily Litella fails to show up for her commentary. Elvis tries his hand at Shakespeare. Baba Wawa interviews Richard Burton on the subject of Elizabeth Taylor. Leonard Plith-Garnell reviews bad ballet. Members of the Moonies start turning violent. Joan Armatrading performs "Love & Affection" and "Down to Zero".
|5.||Star Trek: The Next Generation
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: The Naked Now (1987)
Before the Enterprise reaches the scientific Federation ship studying a star about to turn supernova, they receive disturbed distress signals. Most crew died aboard from frost, some float in space as corpses, all due to crazy decisions they made. After Riker's away part returns, they start behaving oddly, as if drunk. By the time Dr. Crusher, who suspected intoxication, realizes it's infectious, various crew members including herself are contaminated. Riker gets Data to work out the syndrome resembles one Kirk's Enterprise encountered and developed a cure for. Wesley made a cool mini tractor beam as as school project, is infected and now misuse it to seal off the engine section, but still comes up with a solution when the ship risks being blown apart by the expanding star.
|6.||Shaun of the Dead
Life isn't too good for Shaun (Pegg). He lives with his best friend Ed (Frost), neglects his girlfriend Liz (Ashfield) and despises his step-dad (Nighy). When Liz dumps Shaun, he vows to get his life back on track. Unfortunatly, this is the day that the dead has decided to come back to life. With a cricket bat and Ed by his side, Shaun sets out to rescue those he loves and those he doesn't love, and heads to the safest place he knows...the Winchester.
|7.||The West Wing
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Here Today (2005)
Toby's confession to leaking classified information about the military Space Shuttle sends shock waves through the administration, resulting in lawyers and colleagues scrambling to minimize damage while not giving the appearance of a cover-up. Kate takes Special Agent Frost's theory about the assassination in Kazakhstan to the military command. Josh becomes concerned with the fact that opinion polls consistently place Santos 9 points behind Vinick in the presidential campaign.
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Mind Games (2001)
The results of the Senior Polls have ramifications for Dawson, Joey, and Pacey, as the three try to ignore the taunting of the poll master, who happens to be Drue Valentine. While Pacey and Joey try to have some time alone together at his and Gretchen's house, Dawson finds his first night alone with Gretchen more awkward than he'd expected. Gretchen becomes angry and snappish with everything after she learns that Joey lied to Dawson about having sex with Pacey. Meanwhile, Jack becomes resentful when Jen drags him along with her to follow Dr. Frost to find out more about him and they end up going to a poetry reading group to stalk him out.
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Four Stories (2001)
Unusual episode about four separate plots told in chronological order rather than concurrently as in previous episodes. "About Last Night": Left behind at the ski lodge, Pacey and Joey are forced to go home by bus where they talk about their sordid night before where he is insecure about his performance and she brings up her own insecurity. "The Big Picture": In Capeside, Dawson is forced to face Mr. Brooks' death by going through his belongings with Gretchen. But soon, Dawson gets surprised to find out that he is Mr. Brooks' will and finds himself with a lot of money in his hands, and no idea of what to do with it. "Excess Baggage": As punishment for breaking into her hotel mini-bar and getting drunk during the class ski trip, Jen is forced to see a psychologist where she can discuss her "inner teen issues." But Jen finds the psychologist, Dr. Tom Frost, to know more about Jen than she does about herself. "Seems Like Old Times": Joey's path with Dawson's collide when they spend an evening catching up on the past weekend and its many happenings. Dawson thinks Joey is different in some way. Here, he asks her the big question: did she or did she not have sex with Pacey during the ski trip? Torn between hurting her best friend by being honest, or lying to him, Joey outright lies and says she didn't sleep with Pacey.
Several years before, geologist Adrian Helmsley comes across information that shows the world will come to an end in 2012. No announcement is made but the G8 countries begin to prepare for the event. Jack Curtis is a divorced and a less than successful writer. While on a camping trip with his children in Yosemite, he meets Charlie Frost, who is preaching that the end of the world is at hand. A series of events leads Curtis to believe what Frost has told him and with his family, heads for China where the industrialized countries have been working on a response to the impending disaster.
|11.||Rizzoli & Isles
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (2011)
Jane's younger brother Tommy seems to be settling down. He's getting work here and there and is moving into his own apartment. He still sees Maury from time to time but she would like to keep their relationship a platonic one. Meanwhile, the homicide squad investigates a bank robbery where the manager was shot by one of robbers for no apparent reason. They immediately cross swords with the FBI who also have jurisdiction and Det. Barry Frost in particular seems to have it in for the Special Agent in charge, Anna Farrell. This is the second robbery committed by these men and they soon find the getaway vehicle with one of the robbers inside, shot to death. It all becomes very personal for Jane when her brother Tommy's fingerprints are also found in the vehicle.
|12.||Rizzoli & Isles
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Sailor Man (2011)
It's Fleet Week in Boston and Jane and Maura have a vicious serial rapist on their hands. All of the evidence points to a sailor as the culprit but with thousands of sailors in town, they have their work cut out for them. Detective Frost also has to deal with his father, Admiral Frost. Their first suspect is in the brig when the second attack occurs but the second victim was attacked in her hotel room and closed circuit video of the lobby helps them solve the crime. Maura meanwhile takes an interest in Angela Rizzoli's hunky mechanic, Giovanni Gilberti. Maura is looking for a physical relationship but Giovanni decides that she is his soul mate.
Shortly after sailors invade the streets of Boston for Fleet Week, a young girl is found dead. Frost's father, a Navy Admiral, comes to town, causing tension with his son. And, Maura goes on a date with Angela's mechanic.
|13.||Rizzoli & Isles
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Born to Run (2010)
Jane and Maura's plan to run in the Boston marathon is interrupted when they reach the 3 mile mark and find another runner collapsed on the road. They quickly determine that the man was shot but Jane is concerned that it not become widely known as it might induce panic among the half million spectators along the course. When a second man is shot at the 12 mile point, they realize the killer is likely a runner. Working with Frost and Korsak who are back at the office, they learn that the two men went to high school together. They also learn that the they, along with a third student, had gotten away with a vicious rape. Someone is clearly out for revenge and the police have to move quickly when they learn the third man is also among the runners.
|14.||Days of Our Lives
(1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.11699 (2011)
John is upset that another person close to him is dealing with the consequences of his problems when Bo tells John and Marlena that Rafe has been fired. Maggie tells Melanie about having another child. Bo, Hope, Maggie and Melanie meet with Alice's lawyer who tells them she cannot tell them anything but leaves out her files for them to go through. Sami believes Austin when he says he wasn't the one that turned Rafe in for feeding Carrie information. Jack takes Jennifer on a cookie frosting date and opens up to her about some of the things that happened when he was held hostage.
Matt Weston (qv##nm0005351##) is a CIA rookie who is manning a safe house in Cape Town, South Africa, when Tobin Frost (qv##nm0000243##) the CIA's most wanted rogue agent is captured and taken to the safe house. During Frost's interrogation, the safe house is overtaken by mercenaries who want Frost. Weston and Frost escape and must stay out of the gunmen's sight until they can get to another safe house.
Tobin Frost is a CIA agent who's believed to have turned rogue, in Capetown, South Africa. When he is pursued by men who want to kill him, he goes to the American Consulate where he knows he will be arrested. When the CIA learns of this, it's decided to bring him to a safe house in Capetown, where they will interrogate him. Shortly after they arrive, the men who chased Frost storm the safe house and kill everyone there. Matt Weston, the agent who's tasked with looking after the safe house, is the only one left, so he takes Frost and they go on the run. While on the run, Frost tells Weston that the only way those men found the safe house was that someone (on the inside) told them about it. Eventually Frost escapes and Weston is told to report to Langley but just as he's about to, he recalls something that Frost did that helps him figure out where he could be going. But just as he arrives, the men who are after Frost show up but Weston saves him and they head off. But Weston knows that Frost is holding something back.
Weston is a low-ranking CIA operative who happens upon the biggest mission of his career when a former high-ranking CIA agent Frost becomes his "house guest". It is only a matter of time before Weston realizes that there is a huge conspiracy going on and that no one is safe.
In Cape Town, South Aftica, rookie CIA agent Matt Weston is a safe house keeper and is in love with his French girlfriend Ana Moreau who does not know about his double life. When the most wanted rogue and former CIA agent Tobin Frost surrenders to the American Consulate to escape from an attack of dangerous soldiers of fortune, he is brought to the safe house to be interrogated by specialist Daniel Kiefer and his team. However there is a breach in the safe house and mercenaries break in the place expecting to capture Tobin Frost. Matt escapes with Tobin and he contacts the CIA senior management Harlan Whitford, David Barlow and Catherine Linklater that give instruction to Matt to reach another safe house. But Tobin warns Matt that there is an informer in the CIA and he shall not trust in anyone.
|16.||Die Another Day
Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond. Starting off in North Korea, Bond is betrayed and captured. 14 months later, Bond is set free, but traded for Zao who was captured by MI6. When back in his world, Bond sets off to track down Zao. Bond gets caught up in yet another scheme which sends him to millionaire Gustav Graves. Another MI6 agent known as Miranda Frost is also posing as a friend of Graves. Bond is invited to a presentation held by Graves about a satellite found in space which can project a huge laser beam. Bond must stop this madman with a fellow American agent, known as Jinx. Whilst Bond tries to stop Graves and Zao, will he finally reveal who betrayed him?
When seductive British secret agent James Bond 007 is sent to North Korea to infiltrate renegade military officer Colonel Moon, the mission is sabotaged but Colonel Moon is killed and his second-in-command Zao is injured, but Bond is captured and is tortured and interrogated. 14 months later, Bond is released and traded for Zao, and Bond's boss M, rescinds his 007 status. 007 sets out to get his revenge on those who set him up. Where he tracks down Zao in Cuba and finds him in a genetic operation to give him a new identity. Bond finds diamonds on Zao which leads him to British billionaire Gustav Graves, who has set-up Icarus, a orbit satellite which will provide light and energy to the Earth. With help from sexy American secret agent Jinx and Grave's publicist, undercover M:I-6 agent Miranda Frost, Bond sets out to stop Graves who is working with Zao and plans on using Icarus as a weapon and unleash destruction.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Joel Gideon (2004)
Now both biological parents have teamed up to demand the court full and exclusive custody over 'his' baby, Christian Troy is ready to throw in the towel- but for once worst-mother-ever Gina Russo motivates him positively, so they still engage the probably hopeless legal fight. While holding and talking on his cell phone while he is driving at the same time, Sean McNamara causes a serious car accident, but without serious harm, except that his attitude towards life is shocked. He now wants to taste life to the full, and first accepts an offer to earn a luxury car by advising crash dummy tests with a corps; next he seeks adventure, but when he goes as far as to encourage Matt, who shows still to love him as his daddy, to eat a potentially lethal sushi in a Japanese restaurant, Julia walks out with his offspring. Joel Gideon is a patient whose love of danger in mountain-climbing caused him to get such bad frost bite that a facial zone including his nose is now dead tissue, and is determined to return to the same mountain after his reconstructive surgery.
(1972 TV Series)
Episode: Lend a Hand (1980)
Irritated that the 4077th is planning a "surprise" birthday party for him, Hawkeye aids a wounded surgeon at the front and habitually disagrees with wisecracking medical advisor Dr. Anthony Borelli. Constant interruptions prevent Klinger from frosting a cake in Hawkeye's honor.
(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #16.4 (2011)
The boys are tasked with buying cheap second hand convertibles to see which is best, but all end up buying BMW 325i convertibles so have to come up with different tests; Jeremy pays tribute to the "final" Pagani Zonda and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are in the reasonably priced car.
Jack Frost is a singer who's on the road most of the time so he can't spend a lot of time with his son Charlie, although they love each other very much. When Jack dies in a car accident, Charlie becomes a very sad young man, until... Jack returns as a snowman! Now they can do all the things they've missed when Jack was human, but what will people think when they see Charlie talking to a snowman and what will happen when the weather gets warmer?
In a world where vampires walk the earth, Blade has a goal. His goal is to rid the world of all vampire evil. When Blade witnesses a vampire bite Dr. Karen Jenson, he fights away the beast and takes Jenson back to his hideout. Here, alongside Abraham Whistler, Blade attempts to help heal Jenson. The vampire Quinn who was attacked by Blade, reports back to his master Deacon Frost, who is planning a huge surprise for the human population.
Blade, along with his life-long friend Whistler battle vampires. Blade was born of a mother bitten by a vampire, he possesses all their strengths and none of their weaknesses. He is known as the day walker because sunlight does not affect him. With the addition of a new ally, Dr. Karen Jenson, Blade endeavors to prevent the evil Frost from unleashing the blood god upon the world.
After the events with Deacon Frost, Blade continues to destroy as many vampires as he can. A new breed of super-vampire has appeared, which becomes an even greater threat than any evil currently out there. A group of high powered vampires, led by Nyssa and Asad request help from Blade in order to take down Nomak. Can Blade work alongside the very things he vowed to destroy?
|23.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: It Runs in the Family (1987)
His family solicitor and fellow Burma veteran Humphrey Defoe hands Jessica's lookalike cousin, London music hall performer Emma McGill, £1,000 just to visit her terminally ill old acquaintance Geoffrey Constable, recently the 18th viscount Blackraven since the 17th, Rupert, died at 87. Geoffrey tells her he's leaving her a country house with income, feels better and takes her on a picnic she packs, but dies from a heart-attack. Inspector Frost is right to insist on an autopsy: strychnine poison, in the hearing he was so fond of. The heir, eldest brother Arthur Constable, cuts his spoiled rotten 19 year-old son Derek short, who next gets lightly wounded while hunting with the third brother, Johnny Constable, who could have poisoned Rupert with candy he smuggled in against diet rules. Emma, Humphrey and the inspector ultimately set a trap.
|24.||The Carol Burnett Show
(1967 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #4.25 (1971)
Highlights of this edition, which was taped in New York and with guests David Frost, Eileen Farrell and Marilyn Horne, include: Carol and Harvey as a loud American couple trying to purchase a Rolls-Royce from a polished, genteel British salesman (David); Harvey as a henpecked husband who dreams himself a Roman gladiator and Vicki a temptress; an Italian opera spoof "Chinderella" with David as narrator, Carol as the title character, Eileen and Marilyn as the wicked stepsisters, Harvey as the fairy godmother and Lyle as the prince; and musical performances of the works of Puccini by Eileen, Rossini by Marilyn, and Sondheim by Carol, Eileen and Marilyn.
|25.||The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
Now that Santa/Scott Calvin and Mrs. Claus/Carol Calvin have the North Pole running smoothly, the Counsel of Legendary Figures has called an emergency meeting on Christmas Eve! The evil Jack Frost has been making trouble, looking to take over the holiday! So he launches a plan to sabotage the toy factory and compel Scott to invoke the little-known Escape Clause and wish he'd never become Santa!
Santa's got problems: it's a few days before Christmas and production lags, Mrs. Claus is about to give birth to their first child and wants family time, and Jack Frost (tired of second billing) is on probation under his supervision. He tries to support his wife by bringing her parents to the North Pole (to preserve his secret, they must think it's Canada). He also brings his ex-wife Laura, her husband Neil, and their daughter Lucy. Inside the toy factory, Jack makes mischief and hatches a plan to become Santa. With Santa juggling that many snow globes, something is bound to go wrong. But if things get too difficult, he can always exercise his option to invoke the Escape Clause. Will he?
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Rocket (2013)
On the day an Arab trade delegation visits the Broom family's arms factory owner Henry Broom announces a proposed French merger,which his abrasive,estranged wife Nora opposes. Soon afterwards the corpse of unpopular workman Percy Malleson is discovered,the suggestion being that the Brooms used him to spy on the work-force after the suspension of employee Lenny Frost. Then Morse learns that Percy was actually Eustace Kendrick and he was investigating the disappearance of his girl-friend Olive Rix,who had been romantically involved with Harry,the now deceased elder son of the Brooms. However,following a second murder another suspect and motive come to Morse's attention.
DI Thursday and DC Morse investigate a murder at British Imperial Electric, a munitions plant where the new Standfast surface-to-air missile has just been unveiled at a gala ceremony featuring Princess Margaret and Middle Eastern Crown Prince Nabil, a potential buyer. The victim is Percy Malleson, a relatively new employee who started working as a fitter only 6 months before. Malleson generally wasn't liked and having found a stopwatch on him, he was perhaps conducting a time and motion for management, something union shop steward Reg Tracepurcel would have wanted to know. The main suspect is Lenny Frost who is currently suspended after an industrial accident. It turns out however that Malleson was really Eustace Kendrick who had fled 13 years ago when his girlfriend Olive Ricks disappeared. Olive was also involved with one of the owners of the factory and Morse wants to pursue that line of inquiry. When Lenny Frost is found dead on the shop floor Chief Supt. Bright wants to bring the investigation to a close. Morse can't help but pursue justice.
1987: A 13 year old natural born dancer with fire in his heels and snakes in his hips is working himself up to explode all over the UK Junior Salsa Championships. But then: a freakish bullying incident on the mean streets of London robs him of his confidence, and our young hero finds his life diverted down a very different path. So it is that 22 years later, an adult Bruce Garrett (Nick Frost) finds himself out-of-shape and unloved - trapped in a downward spiral of self-pity, repression and Nando's take-outs. Only Julia (Rashida Jones), his smart, funny, gorgeous new American boss, gives him reason to live. But she's untouchable. Out of his league, so he imagines, with her perfect smile and perfect life. Unknown to Bruce however, Julia has issues all of her own. Luckily for him, she also has a secret passion. Then there's Drew (Chris O'Dowd), his alpha male colleague and horny king-monkey of the office. With Drew making no secret of his desire to get (his words) "all up inside Julia", Bruce is forced into action. And thus, Bruce is once again brought face-to-face with the darkest and most powerful of his inner demons. Somehow, someway, and with a lot of hand-holding from loyal sister Sam (Olivia Colman) Bruce must learn how to unshackle his dancing beast, regain his long lost fury and claim the love of his life...and he's going to do it all On The Dance Floor...
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Soft Touch (1987)
Mac goes to a nuclear plant in Siberia to spring Yuri Demetri, a Soviet Russian political prisoner on account of his father's defection. Back in the States, Mac is not amused to find penniless Penny Parker invited herself to stay in his Californian home, but allows her to house-sit a few days. At her new job, as singing telegram, airhead Penny accidentally bursts into the wrong house, where Columbian drugs cartel-employed killers are decibel-torturing federal agent Robert Julian, a potential witness to their next hit by voice recognition-triggered bomb in Jack Larson's wheelchair to kill politician Javier Estevez in Phoenix Foundation-secured city-hall; she escapes and tells Mac. Later Penny recognizes on TV Derek Thompson, Estevez's corrupt aid who she saw at the torture, but the goons kidnap her and Yuri, planning to eliminate all embarrassing witnesses. Mac tails them to a warehouse, where he starts pulling his tricks to save his two friends who were left in a cooling cell (walk-in freezer) to die from frost, next he must handle the bomb last-minute.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: A Hunting Will We Go - June 18, 1976 (1991)
Sam leaps into the body of Gordon O'Reilly, a bounty hunter trying to return his prisoner to the Sheriff in Decatur. He's arrested Diane Frost who was charged with forging her boss' signature on a million dollars' worth of checks and then skipped bail before going to court. According to Al however, Sam and Diane will be killed that very night. According to the information he has, Diane will shoot Gordon and will then herself be shot trying to run away. She proves to be quite a handful and tries to escape at every opportunity. The truth is that Sam is becoming quite attracted to her and when she reveals why she stole the money, he realizes that he may have put her in danger by turning her over to the local Sheriff.
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: Madams and Madames (2009)
Gus, who apparently committed suicide by hanging after Roxie wished so for her daughter's 'rapist', keeps haunting her as a slowly decaying corpse. Ray cheerfully celebrates his new job with Roxie, dragging her into a pool, but the water magically reflects first their hot passion, then frost as she refuses to return to the family-fold full-time? Chad's kid brother Josh Burton dates Roxie's daughter after a sanctimonious wake for her 'rapist' Gus, his childhood friend. Pastor Dunn opposes Darryl's latest project, a brewery, only to lose his influence soon after Joanna takes compromising brothel pictures. Joanna is delighted to learn that Will secretly desired her even before her love spell.
|31.||Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
Essentially a prequel to David Lynch and Mark Frost's earlier TV series "Twin Peaks". The first half-hour or so concerns the investigation by FBI Agent Chet Desmond (Chris Isaak) and his partner Sam Stanley (Kiefer Sutherland) into the murder of night-shift waitress Teresa Banks in the small Washington state town of Deer Meadow. When Desmond finds a mysterious clue to the murder, he inexplicably disappears. The film then cuts to one year later in the nearby town of Twin Peaks and follows the events during the last week in the life of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) a troubled teenage girl with two boyfriends; the hot-tempered rebel Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) and quiet biker James Hurley (James Marshall), her drug addiction, and her relationship with her difficult (and possible schizophrenic) father Leland (Ray Wise), a story in which her violent murder was later to motivate much of the TV series. Contains a considerable amount of sex, drugs, violence, very loud music and inexplicable imagery.
Writer Peter Morgan's legendary battle between Richard Nixon, the disgraced president with a legacy to save, and David Frost, a jet-setting television personality with a name to make, in the story of the historic encounter that changed both their lives. For three years after being forced from office, Nixon remained silent. But in summer 1977, the steely, cunning former commander-in-chief agreed to sit for one all-inclusive interview to confront the questions of his time in office and the Watergate scandal that ended his presidency. Nixon surprised everyone in selecting Frost as his televised confessor, intending to easily outfox the breezy British showman and secure a place in the hearts and minds of Americans (as well as a $600,000 fee). Likewise, Frost's team harbored doubts about their boss' ability to hold his own. But as cameras rolled, a charged battle of wits resulted.
Following the resignation of US President qv##nm0633271##, television talk show host qv##nm0296484## wants to arrange a series of interviews with him to air on television. Part of the reason Frost thinks the interviews would be compelling to both the public and the television networks is that Nixon never admitted any guilt of or offered any apology for the Watergate scandal which led to his resignation. Nixon, with a few interview offers on the table, ultimately agrees to Frost's proposal partly because of the high $600,000 guaranteed appearance fee, and partly because he wants to take command of such an interview to show the world that he is still presidential so that he can resurrect his political career. Nixon believes he can railroad Frost, who is better known as a pop cultural entertainment styled interviewer than an investigative political interviewer. However, Frost has every intention on these interviews being hard hitting and pointed; in addition to his producer qv##nm0083786##, Frost hires two investigative reporters known for their previous exposés on Nixon: qv##nm2356664## and qv##nm2090058## Nixon's chief adviser for the interviews is his current chief of staff, Jack Brennan. Prior to the interviews, ground rules are negotiated, most importantly surrounding Watergate: the total percentage of time Watergate can be discussed and the definition of what constitutes Watergate. As the four interviews progress, each side tries to manipulate the interviews to his best advantage. Behind the scenes, Frost is having difficulty with the rest of his professional life: his regular talk shows are being canceled and he has not reached anywhere near the total $2 million financing for this project. Ultimately, Frost has to finance the project with much money out of his own pocket. It isn't until a chance telephone call that the tides turn on the interviews.
|33.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
DI Frost is an old-school no-nonsense copper who believes in traditional policing methods. Assisted by several officers including the ever-able DS Toolan, Frost uses what he knows about the street to find solutions to complex crimes as a member of the Denton CID. His home life is complex as he cares for his wife until her death and then leads a quiet bachelor's life, with only the occasional attempt at a relationship with another woman. His daily nemesis however is the Station's commander, Supt. Mullett, who is constantly worrying about budgets, staffing levels and crime statistics. He doesn't appreciate DI Frost's rough and ready manner, which doesn't stop him from trotting him out - with his George Cross, Britain's highest civilian honour for gallantry - when it suits him.
|34.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Nothing to Hide (1994)
Frost investigates the death of a young junkie, Ben Cornish. He is assisted by DC Costello, recently demoted after a punch up with a superior officer. The pathologist initially believes that Cornish choked on his own vomit but the autopsy reveals that he was beaten to death. Cornish had been in a good deal of trouble lately. He had stolen from his sister, he was harassing a local doctor and had been forcefully evicted while squatting in an abandoned house. A chance comment from a police constable gives Frost the vital information needed to bring the case to a close.
|35.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Widows and Orphans (1994)
DI Jack Frost investigates a series of burglaries directed against old age pensioners. Things take a serious turn when an elderly woman is badly beaten. On examination however, this case doesn't fit the pattern of the others and may not be related. As well, the victim was very difficult and disliked by many, including neighbours and community volunteers. The case takes a nasty turn when another elderly victim is found dead, with the potential to create a panic among the public. Frost concludes that the second victim knew her attacker and proceeds to eliminate all possible suspects, one by one.
|36.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Mistaken Identity: Part 2 (2002)
The police now have Mike Patterson in custody but he vehemently denies having anything to do with the death of the Harrises. DS Toolan thinks that Patterson is their man but Frost isn't so sure and believes the solution lies elsewhere. The dead man in the reservoir is identified as Reginald Molloy, a one-time resident of Denton. His mother returns to Denton to identify the body and hasn't a clue as to how or why her son would be there. They had moved away some 13 years ago after she witnessed a bank robbery and was required to give evidence in court. When Frost learns that Paul Harris' father was also a witness at the same trial he has the beginnings of the solution. Melanie Monkton, the daughter of the local gentry, is also missing and although under pressure to include her disappearance as part of the murder investigation, Frost thinks it's a completely separate case. Meanwhile, Frost's relationship with psychologist Pam Hartley seems to be going well though it does take an unexpected twist.
|37.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: In the Public Interest (2008)
The naked bodies of three young men are found, arranged in a triangle, in a grave at an old burial site and an American anthropologist insists to Frost that these are ritual killings. However the fact that she has a book to promote and reports of unrest among local Eastern European immigrant workers suggest that the murders are not mystical at all. Ever the maverick, Frost enjoys crossing swords with James Callum, an unpleasant local business man who is going to tear down the local youth club to make way for new offices. When Callum's fitness instructress mistress, Rosemary, is found dead on her houseboat, and evidence also suggests that another of Callum's girlfriends died in suspicious circumstances some years earlier Frost cannot wait to pounce. First, however, he must get past Callum's adoring personal assistant, Michael. Perhaps a spot of breaking and entering would help Frost find the clues he is after.
DI Frost has two murders on his hands. In the first, the police have discovered a shallow grave with men buried in a triangular pattern. All three were wrapped in a shroud and one had a unique tattoo on his hand. A pesky American anthropologist, a professor at the local university, thinks the killings are ritualistic and may involve satanic worship. She may also have her own reasons for promoting her theory. The second murder involves Rosemary Morrow, a fitness instructor who was having an affair with wealthy businessman James Callum. Frost thinks Callum may be involved in the woman's death and doesn't like the man, but is walking on egg shells given his power and influence.
|38.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Unknown Soldiers (1996)
DI Jack Frost is now living above an Indian curry restaurant and his day is off to an inauspicious start when he is held by a gun-toting teenager suspected of dealing in drugs. The police are concerned that there may be others guns being sold on the street. He also has to deal with another armed robbery of a security van and the death of a part-time soldier on maneuvers who was shot when everyone was supposed to be using blanks. Frost suspects the van robberies are an inside job. It's determined that the soldier could not have been shot with a military weapon and the police find an identical pistol to that used by the gun-toting teenager. Frost soon determines the motive and the identity of the killer.
|39.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Not with Kindness (1992)
Frost investigates the murder of a 15 year old girl who disappeared while completing her newspaper round. He also has to look into vandalism at a local churchyard as Supt. Mullett fears it might be the work of satanists but it is also where the 15 year old's body is found. He also has to deal with Mrs. Compton who has been receiving threatening phone calls. The Comptons are dealers of rare books and keep a large and valuable inventory in their home. When Mr. Compton is killed in a house fire, Frost quickly has a prime suspect. Finally, Frost receives a visit from his late wife's sister who now lives in America and doesn't seem to be in any hurry to return.
|40.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Care and Protection (1992)
DI Jack Frost investigates the disappearance of Tracy Uphill who vanished when her mother was late arriving at the community centre to collect her. He's also assigned DC Barnard, the Chief Constable's nephew, who receives a frosty reception from his fellow officers. In the course of searching for the girl, they uncover human remains that have been buried for 30 years or more. The remains are those of a bank clerk who had vanished with a large sum of money. When the assistant bank manager is murdered with the same gun used to kill the bank clerk, Frost must determine who else might have been implicated in the robbery. All during this time, Frost has to deal with his dying wife.
|41.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Stranger in the House (1994)
A sexual predator is on the loose in Denton. There have been a series of rapes and in all cases, he has broken into a home and waited for the victim to come home. The only exception is Emma Fox who, while driving home late one evening, finds that a man has hidden in the back seat of her car. The same evening, 17-year old Alison Cook has gone missing.A girlfriend thought she saw a man in an upstairs window but assumed it was her dad and thought nothing more of it. WPC Hazel Wallace is assigned to Frost and he decides to set a trap. Meanwhile, Frost is invited to a reunion in London for all Victoria and George Cross holders and the Chief Constable lets it be known that he expects Jack to attend. Only problem is that Jack has no idea where he's put his medal and can't find it.
|42.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Benefit of the Doubt: Part 1 (2001)
As is usually the case, there's a lot on DI Jack Frost's plate these days. He's been assigned a new officer, DS Terence Reid who has been transferred somewhat abruptly after investigating a university student for selling contraband cigarettes. He has other problems as well, as Frost soon learns, but generally he is a good copper. Their first case is that of a woman, eventually identified as Sylvia Carter, whose remains are found on the railroad tracks after being run over by several trains. She worked for a local sandwich maker and Frost is convinced she was having an affair with someone. Dr. Helena Gibson, a senior surgeon at the local hospital in Denton, goes missing over a weekend. From all accounts she was in on Saturday but didn't show up at a colleague's house for lunch on Sunday. She was brilliant in her field but was disliked by virtually everyone at the hospital so there is no shortage of possible suspects if in fact anything is amiss. Lastly, Jack has a lookalike who is impersonating him and then touching and groping women. He is not amused, nor is Supt. Mullett who is worried about appearances.
|43.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: No Other Love (1997)
Peter Lawson is a pawnbroker with a difficult family life. His father, retired after a long career in the army, is a demanding patriarch and his oldest children hate him. An armed robbery at his shop brings DI Jack Frost, now reunited with DS Clive Barnard, onto the case but all does sit well with the police. When Lawson is murdered a few days later, Frost and Barnard uncover a case of child abuse that has gone on for years. The ensuing investigation leads to a tragedy that will long affect the police and Jack in particular. At the Station, Supt. Mullett is being forced to cut his budget and has his eyes squarely set on making Jack redundant.
Frost investigates two cases. In the first, a crusty senior citizen is murdered by his wife. In the second, a man is killed, and his son and one of his daughters are missing. Frost tracks the son and daughter to Blackpool, where she has gone for an abortion, but the father's identity is in question. The answer leads Frost and DS Barnard into a confrontation with tragic consequences.
|44.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Close Encounters (2003)
Autistic teenager Laurence Burrell is the only witness to an attack on a security guard at Denton's last remaining quarry and is hauled in by the police, later escaping back to the quarry, which he threatens to blow up. Frost is also kept busy when a woman claims that her ex-partner has abducted their young son, and Mr. Mullet is anxious that he investigate a series of burglaries which are strangely related.
When the police are called in to investigate the death of a security guard at the local quarry, it seems that an autistic teenager's report of seeing aliens at the quarry the night before may make him a witness to the crime. Laurence Burrell is fascinated by UFOs and the like but because of his condition, is not very useful to Frost as a witness. The owner of the quarry, Charles Lightfoot, isn't very cooperative either. He's clearly been targeted by vandals causing some very expensive damage to heavy machinery but has never reported these incidents to the police claiming he doesn't want to affect his insurance rates. The area is scheduled for redevelopment as a posh housing development but Frost isn't quite sure what Lightfoot's role in all of this might be. Frost also has to deal with what appears to the parental abduction of a young lad by his father. He is pleased however that DS Hazel Wallace has returned to Denton CID, albeit temporarily, and he assigns her to investigate a series of petty robberies taking place in their area.
|45.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Paying the Price (1996)
DI Jack Frost finds himself homeless after a major fire in his house, the result of his own negligence. He's also dealing with his first kidnapping when Pauline Venables disappears and her sister Sue receives a ransom note demanding £30,000. Pauline and Sue were business partners and had their own issues dating back to a failed love affair and Sue didn't like Pauline's boyfriend, Karl Edwards, whom she sees as a scoundrel and after her and her sister's money. Without a place to live and assisted by WPC Claire Toms, Frost is tasked to move into the Venables' residence while awaiting further communication from the kidnappers. As the police pursue a variety of leads, Frost is puzzled by several aspects of the case, not the least of which is the relatively small sum demanded as a ransom. As the pieces start to fall into place, Frost realizes that he is dealing with a dangerously deranged young man who will stop at nothing as he lives in his fantasy world
|46.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: No Refuge (1995)
An employee is shot dead during an armed robbery at a local family-run glass works business. One of the witnesses, the business owner, is threatened, and he goes into hiding. Frost must understand the family's tangled web of personal relationships in order to find who is doing the threatening. Meanwhile, Shirley Fisher's mother dies, and Frost does not attend the funeral. Also, DS Lawson mixes business and personal relationships, with serious consequences.
DI Jack Frost is partnered with DS Maureen Lawson as they investigate a robbery at a local glass factory. During the robbery the bookkeeper, Jimmy Dunne, is shot when owner Bill Boxley tries to subdue the shotgun wielding member of the trio. As the robbery occurred on payday, Frost thinks there may have been someone involved with insider information. One of the three, Stuart Penrice, is soon arrested and identified by Boxley in an identity parade. But when Boxley begins to receive threatening notes and someone takes a shot at him, he flees Denton. When the police finally manage to arrest all three robbers, none of them seem to know what happened to the £15,000 they stole. Frost and Lawson also investigate when a house is burgled four days running and they find the culprit living in the attic. Lawson's attraction to one of the victims has personal and professional consequences. Shirley's long-ill mother dies suddenly and Jack's inability to free himself from work to attend the funeral has an impact on their relationship.
|47.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Line of Fire: Part 1 (1999)
During Christmas, a local power station worker is burgled. Shortly afterward, he falls to his death in a mysterious accident. Then a young police detective, Tim Fox, is murdered. Frost wonders if Fox's death is really related to the large investigation he was working on to uncover a car theft gang.
It's proving to be a busy Christmas-time for DI Jack Frost. At the top of his list is the murder of DC Tim Fox, a member of the regional crime squad who was shot in a park. Fox was a member of a team headed by Det. Superintendent Larry Finlay investigating a major car theft ring specializing in high-end automobiles. Of particular interest to Frost is the envelope in the glove box of his car containing £1000 in cash in small bills. Jack subsequently learns that Fox was regularly making sizable deposits to a building society account. The regional crime squad and their Super are less than cooperative and when Jack participates in a raid on a local chop shop, they conveniently find the gun that killed Fox in a desk drawer. HFrost also learns that Fox's wife was having an affairs s with one of his mates, DI Mark Newcombe. It's all too convenient as far as Jack in concerned. Elsewhere, Frost investigates an accident at the local power plant when Hugh Cockcroft, an employee, goes crashing through a barrier while on a cigarette break and is buried under several tons of coal. As well, someone is shooting cats, much to the chagrin of their owners.
|48.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: One Man's Meat (1999)
Frost investigates two murders. The first is a homeless teenage girl, discovered beaten and drowned in Denton's river. The second is an environmental health officer, after a dismembered arm washes up on the shoreline. This discovery leads to the investigation of a local meat processing factory.
Frost investigates the murder of 17-year old Jane Owens who was badly beaten and found floating in the canal. She was living on the street and may have turned to prostitution to feed her drug habit. The police however have great difficulty in breaking the wall of silence that surrounds the small group that knew her. He also investigates the death of Warren Barber, a government health inspector who had a particular interest in a meat packing plant run by Gerry Ryan. When his severed arm is located washed ashore in Hull, Frost sees a linkage to Ryan and the plant. Jack has also moved back into his house but is having trouble making end meet so he takes in a boarder, a newly transferred police constable who shows up with his police dog, Kaiser.
|49.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: If Dogs Run Free: Part 1 (2010)
Frost and his men assist RSPCA officer Christine Moorhead in smashing an illegal dog fighting ring but its organizer, local gangster Gerry Berland, eludes them. One of Christine's helpers, Brian, is stabbed to death by Berland's thuggish son Sean, who believes he set the police on the ring,and Christine recognizes him and his accomplice,Neil. Berland arranges alibis for the boys and though initially appalled, his wife Sally colludes with him as he has always run her life. She persuades Neil's honest and horrified parents to go along with the lie. Having failed to warn Christine off, Berland sends a thug, Lisowski, to torch the RSPCA unit with Christine inside it with her rescued dogs. Meanwhile a mysterious criminal is duplicating unsolved crimes on Frost's books from years earlier and, as he goes to rescue Christine, Jack finds,chalked on his drive, 'You Die Next.'
The police raid a dog fighting match and arrest everyone there but for Jack Frost, they've missed the chance to get the organizer, who arrived just after the raid started and wasn't yet on the premises. Gerry Berland has been arrested before for organizing dog fighting but he is a slippery character who is very rich and has proven very hard to catch in the act. Assisting Frost is Christine Moorhead an RSPCA officer who is also keen to get the man. When Christine sees Berland's son Sean stab and kill a student who volunteered at the RSPCA shelter, she and her children become a target. Frost has another investigation, one that brings back memories of some of his old cases. A woman walking through a pedestrian tunnel is clubbed with a crowbar; this is followed by a man who stops to rescue an apparently stranded cat and is also clubbed to death; and Frost's tires are slashed. All these incidents are virtually identical to a series unsolved crimes from 20 years ago. Is someone trying to send Frost a message?
|50.||A Touch of Frost
(1992 TV Series)
Episode: Near Death Experience (2005)
A priest, Father Rose, is found covered in the blood of a murdered woman, the death bearing the hallmarks of a ritual killing, and Detective Sergeant 'Razor' Sharpe is drafted in to assist Frost, having investigated a similar death in his own area. The dead woman's family feel that her ex-boyfriend is to blame but Frost believes the priest is more involved than he is letting on. A glamorous profiler joins the team and suggests that they are dealing with a serial killer. And she is right. At the same time Frost feels responsible for the loyal George Toolan being hospitalized with severe injuries after falling from a high building whilst helping him prevent a suicide.
Things at the Denton police station are a bit topsy-turvy. Asbestos has been found in the station and they are all required to relocate temporarily to a disused brewery. DS Toolan is severely injured in a fall while he and DI Frost try to talk a suicidal man off the ledge of a building. He will have to undergo major surgery. DI Frost is also faced with a murder and assault. The victims are Helen Croft and her daughter Lucy who were both stabbed in their home by an unknown assailant. Helen has died and Lucy, who is recovering in hospital, has no memory of the attack. To help him with the case Jack recruits DS 'Razor' Sharpe, someone who's worked with him before and had a similar case the previous year in his own area. He's also saddled with Martine Phillips, a forensic psychologist whom the Chief Constable has invited to assist with the case. She thinks that they are dealing with a serial killer, a theory that Jack isn't quite ready to subscribe to. The victim was discovered by Father David Rose, a friend of the family, but Jack is certain he is hiding something. She also had a boyfriend, Steve Markham, who is unemployed and obviously drinks too much. Helen's sister and brother -in-law, Sylvia and Bill Ford, seem alright but Jack suspect everyone. When a second and then a third murder occur however, the theory of a serial killer all too soon becomes fact.