(2000 TV Series)
Episode: Bon Voyage (2007)
Rory gets a job following the presidential campaign of one of the candidates running for president. While she prepares to leave in a mere three days, Lorelai adjusts to the idea that she may not see her daughter again for weeks, even months. Meanwhile, Luke is still trying to sort out how he really feels about Lorelai after they locked eyes at the karaoke jam. To see Rory off before she leaves for her new job, the entire town puts on a farewell party, despite the presence of rain.
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Time Stops (2015)
Amelia is angry at Meredith for pulling the plug on Derek and not telling her about him dying because she thinks she could have done something and she didn't get a chance to say good bye to him. A tunnel collapsed trapping many people. A man is jammed in his car due to the accident while his wife is taken to the hospital in labor about to give birth to their son. She was saved by a passerby saying he was a doctor but he was one of the new interns at the hospital. In the end they decided that the man jammed in the car had a small chance of survival so they decide to cut him out risking extreme blood loss, however April decides to bring the car closer to the hospital so he had a better chance of survival.
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Girl with Guitar (2016)
Ray and Terry have recovered. Ray attends his first abuse survivors' support meeting and tries to get Bridget to move back home. Abby gets some alarming medical news. Mickey's new con fizzles. Ray gets a job offer but then has to help a friend out of a jam.
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: The One with the Jam (1996)
Monica tries to get over Richard by using her free time to make jam and considers artificial insemination through a sperm bank. Phoebe is stalked by a man who mistakes her for Ursula.
Monica makes tons of jam to take control of her life and to get over Richard. Monica abandons the jam plan and decides to have a baby instead. Phoebe is dating a guy who used to be obsessed with her sister and now has a restraining order to keep away from Ursula. Monica doesn't want a child from a sperm donor after all because she wants a family not just a child.
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Fin del camino (2007)
Linc finds Michael is gone from their Christina Rose yacht after receiving Sucre's message (also intercepted by Mahone, who thinks to have found his way out) scary scumbag T-bag is in Panama City's Fin del Camino hotel with the money. A fire-cracker he pays a local boy to plant shows Michael Mahone's two plants on the plaza, but Bellick pulls his gun at him, accompanied by Fernando who denies sending the message- Schofield smells a trap and states their goals: money for Bellick, Maricruz for Sucre, T-bag for him, then reminds Fernando in private Maricruz is his legitimate priority, not revenge. Sarah Tancredi's trial proceeds, and the judge allows showing Michael's tape clearing her; her lawyer advises to take a twelve year plea, in effect nine years in hard security. When T-bag leaves Mahone's two men tail him, followed by the escapee trio, then Mahone, who is suddenly attacked by Lincoln who calls him the murderer of his dad. The trio surprises and disarms Mahone's duo which carries no FBI-identification, and next T-bag, but hears police sirens outside. After lining up his medals and putting on his uniform, Paul Kellerman shoots himself in the head, but his pistol jams; his sister insists it's a sign to make a new start in life; he goes testify on Sarah's behalf. Instead of money, Fernando finds a girl shot, T-bag makes a run past Bellick while police forces entry; Michael and Sucre follow over the fire escape, a car slightly running over him causes T-bag to be caught again; he deals with Michael to trade his escape -without the money- for information but Schofield decides to dump him at the embassy; the monster finds a screw driver, stabs Fernando and thus causes a car crash, allowing him to run with his precious backpack; Sucre insists Michael runs after him in a palm wood, till he makes a stand with a knife; a broken bottle allows a fight, in no time Michael has the knife on T-bag's throat, who taunts him but still gets stabbed- in the arm, so the police can easily take him in. . .
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: Through the Looking Glass (2007)
The Others raid the beach and find out Juliet has betrayed them. Ben sets off with Alex to meet the Losties before they reach the radio tower to switch off Danielle Rousseau distress call so they can use Naomi's satellite mobile phone to call for help. Meanwhile at the underwater Looking Glass station, Charlie and Desmond come across one old and two new acquaintances when Charlie is captured by two women, named Bonnie and Greta, two Others manning the station's radio jamming frequency. When Ben learns about this, he sends Mikhail to kill all of them and to destroy the station. Meanwhile, Locke, shot and left for dead by Ben, recovers from his gunshot wound and has a vision of Walt urging him not to let the castaways leave the island.
Charlie is captured inside the underwater station, the Looking Glass, by two of Ben's people, Greta and Bonnie. Desmond, on the surface of the water, tries to figure out a way to rescue Charlie just as Mikhail arrives on Ben's orders to kill everybody and keep the radio jamming signal working. Meanwhile, Jack leads the survivors inland to the radio tower following dramatic events at the beach. Ben tries to keep his people's faith in him, despite events conspiring against him. Elsewhere, Locke, left for dead, has a vision of the ghostly Walt who urges him not to get the survivors make contact with the freighter offshore. In the future, Jack has somehow managed to get off the island, but is in a state of broken mental disorder over something that happened during his rescue...
Ben and Alex meet the castaways as they march inland to the radio tower to turn off Danielle Rousseau distress signal so they can use Naomi's satellite mobile phone to call for help. Ben advises Jack not to contact with Naomi's ship. Since Jack refuses to give him Naomi's phone, Ben asks Tom to kill Sayid, Bernard and Jin. Meanwhile, Charlie and Desmond are in the Looking Glass and must face Mikhail to turn off the signal-jamming device, after he shoots Greta and Bonnie.
(2004 TV Series)
Episode: Greatest Hits (2007)
Jack brings the survivors to the woods, calls the jungle woman Danielle and explodes a tree. He discloses that Juliet will mark three tents, as agreed with Ben, to lure The Others, but inside there will be dynamite instead of pregnant women, ready to blow The Others to hell, in which Sawyer, Jin and Bernard volunteer to stay behind to detonate the explosives. At the Others camp, Ben anticipates the raid to the survivors' camp and Alex asks Carl to set out to warn them. Juliet tells the castaways there is a submersible station called Looking Glass, a former Dharma research station offshore, that jams any radio signal from the island. Desmond has a premonition where Charlie flips a button in the Looking Glass and drowns, and then a helicopter arrives and rescues Claire and her baby Aaron. Charlie decides to sacrifice his life to save Claire and her son by traveling to the Looking Glass. Charlie recalls his best moments of his life by writing it on in a piece of paper: when he swam for the first time; when his band Driveshaft played on the radio for the first time; when his older brother gave the family ring for him in Christmas; when he saved a young woman from a thief in an alley and she called him hero; and when he first met Claire in the island.
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: It Hurts Me Too (2010)
Searching for Bill, Sookie heads to Jackson, Miss. in the company of Alcide, a werewolf bodyguard assigned by Eric to protect her. Jason is distracted from his police exams; Bud reaches the end of his rope; Arlene copes with unexpected news; Franklin charms Tara, and gets Jessica out of a jam; Eric bequeaths a gift to Lafayette. Haunted by visions from his past, Bill makes a surprising pledge of allegiance.
This film views the mob lives of three pivotal figures in the 1960's and 70's New York. Henry Hill is a local boy turned gangster in a neighborhood full of the roughest and toughest. Tommy DeVito is a purebred gangster, who turns out to be Henry's best friend. Jimmy Conway puts the two of them together, and runs some of the biggest hijacks and burglaries the town has ever seen. After an extended jail sentence, Henry must sneak around the back of the local mob boss, Paulie Cicero, to live the life of luxury he has always dreamed of. In the end, the friends end up in a hell of a jam, and must do anything they can to save each other, and stay alive.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Moe Baby Blues (2003)
After the blooming of a huge plant in Springfield's botanic gardens causes a stinking fume to spread across town, all the Springfieldians take their cars and drive away from the city. When the traffic is jammed on a bridge, Homer falls asleep. When he accelerates, he crashes into another car and Maggie is sent flying out the open roof window. In the mean time, Moe is about to commit suicide by jumping off the same bridge, which is prevented by Maggie falling into his arms. He then becomes crazily obsessed by the baby.
(2014 TV Series)
Episode: The Prodigal Son Returns (2014)
An unexpected ally helps Kevin get out of a jam near the town of Cairo. Meanwhile, an elaborate Memorial Day initiative by the Guilty Remnant plunges Mapleton into chaos.
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Best Burger (2014)
Chuck Charles is emcee of Wharf It Down Food Festival and the new 1st annual Best Burger Contest. Bob and Linda broke the cardinal Don't Enter Things While Drunk rule and now, Bob is a contestant with the famous Skip Marooch (he has a book) and Jimmy Pesto. There is a clock and time is of the essence. But, Gene forgot to pack Bob's big ingredient, black garlic and the kids must storm 'Fig Jam' to liberate a replacement. Is Linda correct: did Bob set himself up to fail? Can Gene keep it together, ignoring all the food distractions, in time to redeem a faux for his pa?
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Ear-Sy Rider (2012)
When Horny Dave dies, Mort hosts his big funeral jam. Dave's motorcycle gang, The One Eyed Snakes, wander next door to Bob's Burgers and Critter, Mudflaps and the whole gang befriend the Belchers. Louise goes nuclear when a teenaged bully named Logan steals her bunny ears. She calls on reinforcements who have the drive to go all Marc Antony on Logan...and his friends and countrymen.
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: The Pontiac Bandit Returns (2014)
The Pontiac Bandit aka Doug Judy, is back in custody, after jamming up Jake and Rosa in his previous encounter with them. But when Rosa discovers that Judy knows the whereabouts of the "Giggle Pig" drug leader, Capt. Holt offers the perp a plea deal to help track down the drug kingpin. Meanwhile, Gina and Boyle are nervous that their parents might be getting too close, and Santiago makes Holt a Christmas gift against his wishes.
At the age of 21, Tim Lake (Domhnall Gleeson) discovers he can travel in time... The night after another unsatisfactory New Year party, Tim's father (Bill Nighy) tells his son that the men in his family have always had the ability to travel through time. Tim can't change history, but he can change what happens and has happened in his own life-so he decides to make his world a better place...by getting a girlfriend. Sadly, that turns out not to be as easy as you might think. Moving from the Cornwall coast to London to train as a lawyer, Tim finally meets the beautiful but insecure Mary (Rachel McAdams). They fall in love, then an unfortunate time-travel incident means he's never met her at all. So they meet for the first time again-and again-but finally, after a lot of cunning time-traveling, he wins her heart. Tim then uses his power to create the perfect romantic proposal, to save his wedding from the worst best-man speeches, to save his best friend from professional disaster and to get his pregnant wife to the hospital in time for the birth of their daughter, despite a nasty traffic jam outside Abbey Road. But as his unusual life progresses, Tim finds out that his unique gift can't save him from the sorrows and ups and downs that affect all families, everywhere. There are great limits to what time travel can achieve, and it can be dangerous too.
|16.||Beverly Hills, 90210
(1990 TV Series)
Episode: Mr. Walsh Goes to Washington (1994)
In the two-part season finale, Brandon goes to Washington D.C. as a part of the college task force to meet the president. Kelly follows Brandon to Washington to get him out of a jam when Clare and Lucinda arrive at the hotel to peruse him. At the CU Marti Gras, David impresses pop star Kenneth "Babyface" Edmunds, and his recording manager Ariel with his keyboard music where Donna catches David in a very compromising position with Ariel. Steve runs into Celeste who's now with John Sears. Kevin and Suzanne get married in a semi-formal ceremony where he persuades Dylan to cut out any outside investment in their business offer. Jim becomes angry at Dylan for making such a rash move which he fires Dylan as his financial holder. Dylan then goes to a bank and give Kevin full power-of-attorney control over his money, unaware that Kevin and Suzanne have had a hidden agenda for Dylan's inheritance all this time. After her major success in the CU play, Brenda gets a scholarship offer to study acting in London and she pays a visit to Dylan's place before leaving. Also, Andrea and Jesse experience the joys and fears of parenthood after their daughter is born.
|17.||NCIS: Los Angeles
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: Spiral (2015)
Callen and Sam are trying to prove that a businessman is selling arms to enemies of the US. Callen is undercover working in the mail room of the man's office. When the man catches Callen snooping, but before he could do anything, men with guns come in and take everyone hostage. The man tries to talk to them but they shoot him. Sam hears what happened but they jam all cell signals before he could hear anything more. He then calls Granger who sends Kensi and Deeks to help him. When they arrive they take out the guards and learn that they placed explosives that could level the building. Sam goes to help Callen while Kensi and Deeks joins the hostages to see how they can help them.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Edge (1998)
Cody puts his career (and life) on the line when he starts using a performance-enhancing supplement in hopes of making it to the 2000 Sydney Olympics, which soon begins affecting his life guarding job as well. Meanwhile, Newman makes a play for Alex who's oblivious to his moves, while she quarrels with Mitch over running the Baywatch lifeguard program. But when Mitch spends more time with Alex, including getting stuck in a traffic jam and ending up in a lifeguard tower to spend the night, Newman becomes jealous.
(1997 TV Series)
Episode: Full Alert (2005)
Ex-Vice President Kinsey comes to Jack informing him of the Trust's activities including what seems to be a plan for the Russians to reclaim the Stargate they lent to the United States. He decides to use Kinsey as their inside man with the Trust. Kinsey wears a wire for his meeting with the Trust to set up a meeting with a high-ranking Russian general. The plan goes south when the signals get jammed just as the Trust makes an astounding revelation to Kinsey and they beam out.
|20.||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
(2000 TV Series)
Episode: Recipe for Murder (2003)
A hand is found jammed in a meat-grinding at a big facility. The rest of the body is in tiny pieces. Catherine manages to recover these by disassembling the grinder. Fingerprints reveal that the decease was a chef at a 5-star restaurant. Another case investigated by Sara and Nick involves an apparent suicide of a woman. The lack of hesitation cuts in the deceased left wrist leads Sara to believe that she was murdered.
|21.||Married with Children
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: We'll Follow the Sun (1990)
On Labor Day weekend, with Kelly having graduated from high school, Peggy still not working, Bud in his senior year in high school, and Marcy officially divorced and having gotten a promotion at her bank, Al decides to take the family for a vacation and see American by car in their red Volvo convertible. But they end up being caught in a 50-mile traffic jam on the Chicago freeway the entire weekend.
MI5 personnel are caught up in a traffic jam in London while escorting the CIA's most wanted terrorist to an arranged CIA handover point, when he is suddenly rescued by armed men on motorbikes. Harry Pearce, the head of Counter-Terrorism at MI5 is blamed for the terrorist escaping. Especially as Harry disappeared shortly after the incident. An ex-agent, Will Holloway, and protégé of Harry's is recalled by MI5 to assist in finding and bringing Harry in. However Harry has disappeared for a reason. Certain that there is a traitor in a senior position in MI5, he enlists the somewhat reluctant Will to help him in uncovering the rat or rats concerned.
|23.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: To Kill a Legend (1994)
In London, blackmailer Alexander Sandsby demands his half but gets a blow on the head from Jeffrey Caldwell and perishes in arson. Cabot Cove is preparing for its annual Joshua Peabody day, this time with a TV documentary production; Jessica is reading the text, written by Bostonian hot-shot director Richard Hawkes, who won an Emmy 8 years ago, with a few historical corrections by her own hand. Jessica brings an ideal period prop, a music box, for repairs to clockmaker Thomas Godfrey, who finds the mechanism is jammed by a letter from George Washington dated September 12, 1780, calling the local hero a traitor who accepted enemy payment to cowardly surrender and threatening him with court-martial. Peabody's descendant Edith fails to convince Jessica and Seth to destroy it, raging it ruins everything for her family and the whole town; experts authenticate it's from the time of the Revolution, but if it's real why did Joshua keep it, and if not, who made such a fine forgery and why? Hawkes refuses to take it on board until the university takes its final position, so producer Bob Kendall worries as they run heavily over budget. Edith is shocked to find someone gave the Peabody statue a noose and a sign 'traitor'. The annual reenactment of the Battle of Cabot Cove goes on, despite a bolting horse, but Hawkes refuses to wait for such time-consuming things as reloading. Producer Bob Kendall tells Hawks the studio has chosen another director; local production assistant Louise Peabody quits with him. Jessica gets a lesson in recording and editing technique from Scott Patterson, notably synchronizing picture and sound. Edith apologizes to Jessica, but Mort reports the letter was on a paper type used by George Washington and she runs off. Then there's a fire at the movie company's office; new director Amelia Farnum's corpse lies there, probably killed by a blow on the head; an antique pistol is missing. Sandsby's British killer approaches Hawkes, who is reinstated to finish the film and now wants to focus on the letter, but Jessica reports her idea was right to prove it a clever forgery: it has traces of 20th century mercury pollution. Jeffrey Caldwell is arrested after Scotland Yard confirmed he's a world class forger, denies any part in Sandsby's murder, but admits being hired by him to forge the Washington letter and claims to have seen Farnum's killer: Edith Peabody, under whose car seat the murder weapon is found, without finger prints. Jessica doubts her guilt and finds a very suspicious bit of sound track is missing, then Scott's tape recorder...
|24.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: Jack and Bill (1989)
At home in Cabot Cove, Jessica recounts the story of an old friend and former Cabot Cove resident Bill Boyle who moved to Los Angeles and set himself up as a not very successful private investigator. After his CPA tells him he's bankrupt an old buddy, Johnny Wheeler, drops by his office and asks Bill to keep an eye on his dog Jack for just a short while. When someone tries to kidnap Jack and Wheeler dies in hospital after being stabbed, Bill has a mystery on his hands. Jack proves to be quite useful in a jam but a second attempt at kidnapping the dog leads Bill into an international assassination plot.
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Hall Monitor/Jellyfish Jam (1999)
Hall Monitor: It's time to pick this weeks Hall Monitor at Mrs. Puff's Boating School and much to her dismay, it's SpongeBob's turn. The overzealous SpongeBob assumes the mantle of authority and extends it's jurisdiction beyond the school yard to include the environs of all Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob unwittingly wreaks havoc on the unsuspecting citizenry. Jellyfish Jam: Over the repeated warning of his friends, SpongeBob takes a wild jellyfish home from Jellyfish Fields. To his dismay, SpongeBob discovers that jellyfish multiply quickly, and they take over his house. The cause is lost until SpongeBob finds that jellyfish love disco music. SpongeBob becomes the Pied Piper of Disco and learns that wild creatures are best left in the wild.
The Vigilante Diaries is a high octane action-adventure film featuring 90's movie heroes, explosive action, and international espionage. The film revolves around a team of black-ops agents turned crime-fighters, led by a brooding anti-hero, known only as "The Vigilante." These jam-packed missions of rescue and revenge take us from the mega-mansions and underbelly of Los Angeles to far away places like Iraq, Armenia, Russia, and The United Kingdom to introduce us to a cast of colorful, dangerous, and hilarious characters. From Beverly Hills filmmaker Mike Hanover, to a trio of Asian femme fatales, to ruthless Armenian mobsters, and at the top, a pair of deep cover super spies hell bent on throwing the world into chaos.
|27.||Avatar: The Last Airbender
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Boiling Rock: Part 2 (2008)
Mai, Ty Lee and Azula show up in this episode. Mai - who is in love with Zuko - is the warden's niece. The Warden tortures the prisoners who were captured during their escape attempt, and learns that one of his guards is a fake. The prisoner who gave the information does not betray Sakka. Zuko confronts Mai and tells her that he is "trying to save the Fire Nation" - she replies that he's a traitor. Sakka and his father think up a plan to escape from the island via the cable car - using the Warden as a hostage. While the tortured prisoner creates a diversion by starting a riot in the prison yard, Sakka, Zuko, Haruto and Suki kidnap the Warden and make their way to the cable car. While the cable car is in motion, Azula and Ty Lee attempt to stop it. A battle ensues. When the guards on the island - ordered by a shout from the Warden - jam the cable car works and attempt to cut the cable so the gondola will fall into the boiling lake, Azula and Ty Lee flee the gondola - but Mai intervenes to save the escapees. She assails the guards jamming the cable car works, saying "I'm saving the one I love", and escape is a success. The escapees are still trapped on the volcano, but find Azula's war balloon. They use it to return to Aang and the other young warriors who are hole up in the Northern Air Temple.
|28.||Days of Our Lives
(1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.10471 (2006)
Driving home, Lucas and Sami get stuck in the snow after a storm and seek shelter in a romantic log cabin. E.J. has outsmarted the trap, seeing trough Sami's lies and electronically prepared to jam the police bugs. Patrick has no other choice to execute his orders and pursue his dream then abducting Hope at gun-point, despite her clumsy mace-attack. Nick is pleased about his cool virtual alter-ego's positive influence on Chelsae, but worried he can't live up to her expectations from Lonely Splicer.
|29.||Days of Our Lives
(1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.11833 (2012)
Carrie begins to leave the safe house but Rafe stops her when he notices the lights on the security system are blinking. They soon discover that the safe house is wired to exploded if someone opens any door or window. Bo, John and Rafe work to defuse the bomb. No one is able to use their cell phones to call anyone because the Agent Harmon jammed their cell signals. Roman runs into Kate and finds out Stefano dumped her. Roman worries when he cannot get through to anyone at the safe house and Agent Spencer suggests he go up and check things out. Kate attempts to rattle Sami by showing her papers that say the Countess W name and logo are her property. Lucas immediately sees through the plan and knows that Kate signed everything over to Stefano. E.J. confronts Stefano about what he found in the document saying that E.J. is not Stefano's son. Stefano admits that it is true and says the E.J. is not a DiMera and cannot carry on the family name. When E.J. notes that Tony wasn't a blood DiMera either but Stefano consider him his son, Stefano says that it is different because Stefano knew Tony since he was a baby and E.J. spent his youth with his mother.
|30.||World War Z
When former U.N. investigator Gerry Lane and his family get stuck in urban gridlock, he senses that it's no ordinary traffic jam. His suspicions are confirmed when, suddenly, the city erupts into chaos. A lethal virus, spread through a single bite, is turning healthy people into something vicious, unthinking and feral. As the pandemic threatens to consume humanity, Gerry leads a worldwide search to find the source of the infection and, with luck, a halt to it's spread.
(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Dispo Day (2003)
A drugs transport to incineration is attacked by a well-armed gang, but a woman shouting for help for her baby rather distracts Horatio and Speed, whose gun is jammed, but a bullet-proof vest saves his life. Only SWAT sergeant Hollis is killed, but as ballistics later establishes from a distant spot. Horatio finds the woman isn't the baby's mother, she was hired by a drugs gang. CSI is suspected of tipping them off, especially after Calleigh tests positive for cocaine, but Horatio traces that to a nearby spot suitable for the sniper. The fiends even left one of their own, badly wounded Lester Cassidy, behind to die in Paul Tomassi's workshop after consulting suspended MD Guillermo Santoyo.
(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #8.6 (2006)
Jeremy, Richard and James try to find out more about caravanning when they go on a caravan holiday to Dorset, during which they cause several traffic jams, the Top Gear Dog becomes ill, James crashes the caravan into a bollard and almost gets arrested by the police when he blocks the road while trying to correct a wrong turn, and Jeremy destroys the caravan and its neighbour while trying to cook chips on its gas stove. Richard exhibits the Toyota F1 race car at London's British Motor Show venue, the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, and The Stig uses it to set the first world indoor speed record.
(1972 TV Series)
Episode: The Party (1979)
BJ has a light bulb after a long session in OR while he, Col. Potter and Radar talk about jam recipes: a reunion for the 4077 families back home. An emergency bug-out depresses BJ; his patient's back was injured in the move and his friends seem indifferent to the reunion. Hawkeye blasts the crew and forces them to write to their loved ones. During a second bug-out, the gang read their mail and learn how excited their families are about the reunion. The 121st Evac calls: Dr. Monroe operated on BJ's patient and his spinal injury will heal. The crew haggles over a date: March 21, and their loved ones shall converge upon Manhattan and The Pierre Hotel. Letters pour in after the party; Radar reads Peg's aloud in the OR. The hugs, tears, kisses and love span the globe, wrapping the 4077 in a happy glow.
(1972 TV Series)
Episode: Payday (1975)
In the Army's infinite wisdom, Hawkeye is named Payroll Officer for the enlisted men at the 4077 and Radar pays the officers. Hawkeye has $10 left from the enlisted pay; Radar looks at the scrip like he is facing a firing squad. All Hawkeye wants is to nibble on a giggly nurse; Radar keeps coming at him with paperwork and dire predictions. Hawkeye shrugs him away, waxing poetic about what the U.S. Army SHOULD be paying him... unfortunately Radar writes it all down. Most of 4077 sits in a poker game; Trapper loses everything but his charm. In the next pay envelope, Radar smells the firing squad coming closer: $3,000.00 for Hawkeye. So, Hawkeye makes a huge donation to Father and the orphans and tries to continue nibbling. Kim Chun Quoc (Jack Soo) is Korea's Tiffany's on wheels; he sells Frank two strands of pearls: one fake set and one genuine set. Margaret finds out and plays her hand cleverly, never once doubting Frank's rat-finkery. When Captain Sloan, Supervising Acc-Fin comes to arrest Hawkeye for stealing $3k from Uncle Sam, Henry is baffled, as usual. It will take a lot more than a prayer to get Hawkeye out of this jam.
Jerry Lundegard is in an unknown financial jam and wants his father-in-law's money to solve it. His plan to get the money involves hiring Carl Showalter and Gaer Grimsrud to kidnap his wife, and then splitting the ransom with the criminals. However, this quickly falls apart after three killings and the persistent work of chirpy but efficient police chief, the pregnant Marge Gunderson.
Jerry Lundegaard is in a financial jam and, out of desperation, comes up with a plan to hire someone to kidnap his wife and demand ransom from her wealthy father, to be secretly split between Jerry and the perpetrators. Jerry, who is not the most astute of individuals, hires a couple of real losers from the frozen northern reaches of Fargo, North Dakota for the job. Then things begin to slip from bad to worse as Jerry helplessly watches on.
|36.||Saturday Night Live
(1975 TV Series)
Episode: Ron Nessen/Patti Smith Group (1976)
The host for the episode is press secretary to President Ford Ron Nessen, and the musical guest is Patti Smith. The skits for this episode are as follows: The opening act features a return of the dead string quartet. Ron Nessen's opening monologue includes a message from the actual President Ford. An ad for the Bass o' Matic promises a new way for viewers to enjoy bass. Nessen asks the president for permission to appear on a new comedy show, then briefs his boss on his daily schedule. A string of jam advertisers pitch products with increasingly disgusting names, since they must taste good to sound so repulsive. A number of skits feature historic figures like Catherine the Great, Oedipus and Thomas Jefferson. During the Weekend Update, Emily Litella becomes upset over presidential erections. Gary Weis presents a film about the dumps that handle New York's garbage, and the men who work there. An ad pitches new Autumn Fizz carbonated douche. Billy Crystal performs a stand-up routine about the old-time jazz greats he used to know. Re-run ads pitch graffiti wallpaper and Try-hard batteries. Patti Smith performs "Gloria" and "My Generation".
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Second Opinion (2013)
It's her son Sam's birthday and Kiera is out of sorts.Vancouver PD has a new police chief and Insp. Dillon is replaced by Insp. Nora Harris whose main task is to find the mole in the department. Dillon warns Kiera to watch her back and she is soon being interrogated by Harris and CSIS agent Gardiner. When things get a bit testy with Gardiner, Kiera finds she's been taken off line by one of her built-in programs, a cognitive therapist, who cuts her communication with Alec in order to conduct a psych evaluation. The program tells her that it will erase her memories if she doesn't calm down. Kiera helps Betty get out of a jam. Matthew shows Alec the state of the art lab he's set up for him and Alec finally agrees to partner with him. Jason gives Alec a series of diagrams about time travel.
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Sideswipe (2012)
Nikita and Michael capture Cyrus, an arms dealer, who is purchasing a weapon-jamming device for Ari. Nikita convinces Ryan to let them use Cyrus as bait to capture Amanda but Cyrus manages to escape the trap. However, when Amanda double crosses Cyrus, his only hope for survival is Nikita. Meanwhile, Birkhoff is hot on the trail of Amanda's mole and Alex starts to unravel.
(1963 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.13441 (2015)
Kristina returns to support her family while Sonny and Morgan share an emotional moment. Dante and Lulu grapple with the state of their marriage. Carly helps Kiki out of a jam. Sam reaffirms her love to Patrick. Sabrina has a surprise visitor.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: A Leap for Lisa - June 25, 1957 (1992)
Sam leaps into Al as a young Ensign accused of raping and murdering his commanding officers wife. Assuming he's there to get Al out of a jam, Sam actually changes the future when he tells his alibi not to speak to his defense lawyer. Whereas the charges were dropped originally, Ziggy says there's now an 81% chance Al will be convicted and sent to the gas chamber. The commanding officer, Dirk Riker, seems to have it in for Al, even though he knows he's innocent and knows that Al is one of the few men his wife Marci didn't sleep with. When the probability of Al being executed reaches 100%, Sam finds that Al has been replaced by Edward St. John V because Al was in fact executed. A cigar butt in Al's Corvette is all Sam needs to prove his innocence.
|41.||Despicable Me 2
While Gru, the ex-supervillain is adjusting to family life and an attempted honest living in the jam business, a secret Arctic laboratory is stolen. The Anti-Villain League decides it needs an insider's help and recruits Gru in the investigation. Together with the eccentric AVL agent, Lucy Wilde, Gru concludes that his prime suspect is the presumed dead supervillain, El Macho, whose his teenage son is also making the moves on his eldest daughter, Margo. Seemingly blinded by his overprotectiveness of his children and his growing mutual attraction to Lucy, Gru seems on the wrong track even as his minions are being quietly kidnapped en masse for some malevolent purpose.
The ex-villain Gru is raising his daughters Margo, Edith and Agnes and researching a legitimate jelly and jam business with Dr. Nefarion and the minions. Meanwhile, a laboratory in Arctic is stolen by a powerful aircraft using magnetism. The Anti-Villain league (AVL) agent Lucy Wilde recruits Gru to help her agency discover who has stolen the laboratory and its research. They know that the thief has a store in a mall, and Gru suspects that the owner of the Mexican restaurant Salsa & Salsa, Eduardo Perez, may be the villain El Macho that is presumed dead.
(1995 TV Series)
Episode: Heroes (1997)
During a classified and dangerous operation off the coast of Libya, a SEAL dies as a result of gunfire; the government charges the chief petty officer in charge with the premeditated murder of his best friend. In a preliminary hearing Harm and Bud prosecute, and Mac defends. Friction develops between Harm and Mac. Harm uses a forceful technique to demonstrate to the court that the weapon in question had not jammed. Harm eventually discovers the background of the dead sailor, and he deduces how the death took place; then he informs the court that he cannot prove the case against the defendant, so the judge dismisses the charge. Harm and Mac make peace with each other.
|43.||O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Mississippi, 1937. Three convicts escape from a jail chain-gang intent on getting to the loot stashed away by one of them. As this is at his house soon to be flooded by a new dam, speed is of the essence. They find themselves fast-talking their way out of one jam after another, and along the way not only have to be wary of riverside sirens but even get to make a pretty good country record.
|44.||The Italian Job
A gang of robbers, lead by career criminal Charlie Croker, create the largest traffic jam in Los Angeles history, giving them time to pull off a theft of gold bullion. They get away in their Mini Coopers, which are small enough to drive on sidewalks so they can make a clean get away before the traffic jam clears.
The plan was flawless... the job was executed perfectly... the escape was clean. The only threat mastermind thief Charlie Croker never saw coming was a member of his own crew. After pulling off an amazing gold bullion heist from a heavily guarded palazzo in Venice, Italy, Charlie and his gang -- inside man Steve, computer genius Lyle, wheelman handsome Rob, explosives expert Left-Ear and veteran safecracker John Bridger - can't believe when one of them turns out to be a double-crosser. Enter Stella, a beautiful nerves-of-steel safecracker, who joins Charlie and his former gang when they follow the backstabber to California, where they plan to re-steal the gold by tapping into Los Angeles' traffic control system, manipulating signals and creating one of the biggest traffic jams in LA history. Now the job isn't the payoff, it's about payback.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.5430 (2008)
All Ramsy Street are gathered for a party in honor of Frazer and Rosie's impending parenthood. Alas the doctor diagnoses a false pregnancy, and the failed embryo must be removed to prevent a cancer risk. Declan sneaks out of the party and drags the band friends along for more jamming. Rebecca shamelessly scolds Steve, who gets no support, for not being as strict as her on the kids.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6260 (2011)
Andrew finds and books another client. He and Chris fail to keep their business hidden for Paul, but he commends sonny-boy's initiative now it seems legal and well-conceived. Chris encourages Tasha to follow a lead and arrange a meeting with her aunt, Emilia Jovanovic, even though she only books as a hairdressing client under the alias 'Christine Pappas' and makes him pretend to be her supermodel agent to get into a fashion photo-shoot where Emilia is working as stylist. Lou is back and advises to let Sophie's teenage passion cool down rather then react, especially as Noah isn't a bad knave. At his open jam session, she gets practically ignored.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6248 (2011)
Just when Andrew despairs about the car project, Lucas offers Chris convincing apologies and gets him back on board as garage apprentice. Even Andrew can't dissuade Summer from digging behind Tasha's back for her late mother's past. Pretending to do research for Susan, she finds Helen's maiden name Javonivic, which Andrew knows is Serbian, in the local newspaper's archive. Noah allows Sophie to join his jam gang as she promises to bring a bass guitar, but can't give her a lift to pick it up in the city.
|48.||Austin & Ally
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Managers & Meatballs (2012)
Austin gets wooed by a top music manager who wants to get rid of Ally as his songwriter, Trish as his manager and Dez as his music video director and bring in a whole new professional team for him. Austin soon realizes that he misses his friends. Later Dez and the girls find out Demonica's treachery. She throws away Ally's song without even listening to it and sabotages Austin's Jam-A-Thon gig to make Trish look bad by having her assistant pose as Trish over the phone, impersonating her voice. The gang plots to get revenge on Demonica for what she's done to them.
|49.||Austin & Ally
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Songwriting & Starfish (2012)
The gang tries to help Austin get ready for the Hot Summer Jam Contest on the beach, where he could win a chance to have his song played on the radio. Meanwhile, Ally tries to put her previous, unpleasant beach-going experiences behind her.
(1957 TV Series)
Episode: The Case of the Fanciful Frail (1966)
Ethel Andrews is a quiet woman, successful in her career at a financial management firm. She's understandably upset when her coworker, Bruce Strickland, leaves her standing at the altar. As if that weren't enough she learns that $50,000 she signed for is missing from the office accounts. She decides to look for Strickland who supposedly went on vacation. While driving she nearly has an accident causing another woman Peggy Sutton to run off the road and damage her car. Peggy Sutton, is herself on the run after she receives an anonymous phone call telling her the mob has put a contract out on her. Ethel needs time to find out what happened to the money so when Peggy suggests they switch identities for a week, she accepts. When Ethel has a flat in Peggy's car, the man who changes the tires finds a package in the trunk which Ethel discovers contains over $50,000. Peggy is soon killed in a car accident and Ethel approaches Perry Mason to help her get out of the jam she's in. He finds her story to be somewhat unbelievable but when she is charged with murder, it's up to Perry to find the real killer.