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1. Supernatural (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Frontierland (2011)
Dean and Sam learn in Samuel Colt's diary that ashes of a Phoenix may defeat Eve and they summon Castiel to send them back to 1861, to Sunrise, Wyoming, where they can meet Samuel Colt and get the ashes. Casteil gives twenty-four hours to the brothers to get what they want; otherwise their return may be dangerous. Will the brothers be well succeeded in their intent?
2. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Vanished (2004)
Shortly after sunrise a farmer on a tractor in West Virginia sees an unattended intact USMC Cobra helicopter inside a crop circle on his land. The bird took off at 23:00 the previous night from the Marine Corps Air Station, New River, North Carolina. While Gibbs and company investigate the site, a smoldering burned-down cabin turns up nearby; Abby remotely suspects that someone died inside the shack; cadaver dogs find a charred body elsewhere. Local citizens give evasive, deceptive, and uncooperative answers, and a state trooper gives some insight. The team find the two pilots in two different places, and they solve both the disappearance and the related murder.
3. The Vampire Diaries (2009 TV Series)
Episode: We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes (2012)
Late slayer Connor keeps entering Elena's visions, taking any shape to terrify her, kindling her fears and guilt, even tricking her into accidentally stake-stabbing Jeremy, to render her suicidal. Damon saves her from death by sunlight after dropping her ring by the bridge where her parents died at sunrise and explains that Stefano, whom she dumped for manipulating her till she killed Connor, actually tried to find a cure. Tyler coaches Caroline to team up with Hayley and other halfbreeds and help delude Klaus. Bonie and the others still trust Atticus, who treats falls college to a supernatural exposition, until Matt's remarks alarm Damon. After Klaus explains about the Five Hunters, the end of Elena's horror and Jeremy's invisible tattoos suggest he may be the new slayer 'coming of age'.
4. La La Land (2016)
Jammed in a wide stretch of highway in sun-kissed Los Angeles, morning commuters are two particular dream-following hopefuls: Sebastian, a suavely charming soft-spoken jazz pianist whom life's got on the ropes; and brilliant actress Mia. Sebastian, a purist with an undiluted taste in music, has a serious plan for the future. Mia, an incurable romantic mesmerized by the allure of the old Hollywood, is consumed between meaningless auditions. These two proper L.A. dreamers are simply meant for each other despite getting off to a bad start. They keep running into each other under the city's starry nights and plum-hued sunrises and a magical old-school tap-dance romance timidly commences. This is the kind of effervescent love that defies reason, that inspires one to have long walks while gazing at the Milky Way of the city's flickering lights, but life is as exciting as it is challenging, and the two idealists begin to veer from their dreams. Does true love exist only in the movies? Do dreams ever come true?
5. True Blood (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Hard-Hearted Hannah (2009)
Tara and Eggs are driving down the highway when he suddenly realizes he has memories of having been there before. As he explores the nearby woods, he realizes it is an evil place. Sam and Daphne are having a good time and go frolicking in the woods. She has a surprise for him that is not welcome. Eric is out to take possession of Sookie and has Bill's old girlfriend, who has not seen him for 70 years, come to town. We learn that Bill was not always the gentle, mild-mannered vampire he is today. In Dallas, Sookie is partnered with Hugo - another human who is dating a vampire - for their visit to the Light of Day Institute. Posing as an engaged couple looking for a church to wed, they meet the Newlins and have a tour of the church - but Steve also has a surprise for them. Jason is asked to build a scaffold for a sunrise ceremony where a vampire will be exposed to the dawn sun before the entire congregation. Jason is having serious doubts about whether he wants to be part of this group.
6. True Blood (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Timebomb (2009)
Having saved Sookie, Godric orders Eric to leave the premises with her - and to do so peacefully. Unfortunately, Steve Newlin and his followers are waiting for them in the Church and he isn't too choosy as to which vampire they use for their sunrise ceremony. Godric tries a different approach and hopes to make peace with Steve, who adamantly opposes any such possibility. Safely returned to their lair, Godric's peaceful approach and lack of desire for revenge doesn't sit well with some of his followers. Steve also has a surprise for him. In Bon Temps, Eggs tells Tara that he's blacked out again and they try to piece together where he's been. Maryann prepares a special dish for them. Sam Merlotte finds himself under arrest when Daphne's body is found in the restaurant freezer. Having finally slept together, Jessica and Hoyt discover a disadvantage to Jessica being a vampire.
7. Scorpion (2014 TV Series)
Episode: White Out (2016)
Captain Cody Decker's Special Forces team of four needs evacuation before Sunrise from an unauthorized mission against a warlord in Darfur. The only fit satellite's software is out of order, so to fix it timely Walter and Cabe must take the team to the scientific base in Antartica, where the atmosphere is far better. They struggle with the extreme cold to set up the antenna, Happy wanders off and Toby risk his life to seek her against odds, harvesting a weird reward wit perspective. .Ralph inspires the captain, a young father himself, to buy time.
8. Saturday Night Live (1975 TV Series)
Episode: George Wendt/Elvis Costello (1991)
George Wendt's second time hosting. Dennis Miller and Jan Hooks' last show. Sketches include: Dennis Miller's Last Show, George Wendt Monologue, Lil' General Fireworks, Mr. No-Depth Perception, Bill Swerski's Super Fans, Middle-Aged Man, Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: General Schwarzkopf, Weekend Update: Chris Rock on a Black Vice President, Carsenio, Burger Barn, The Shindells, It's Pat, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, I'm Chillin', The Sunrise Show. Elvis Costello "The Other Side of Summer" and "So Like Candy".
9. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Amends (1998)
People in Sunnydale prepare for Christmas tide, except Jewish Wilow, who tells lover Oz she's ready for physical intimacy, he decides to wait. Now his physical suffering is over, Angel is haunted by a new kind of nightmares and visions, always and everywhere, about Angelus' horrible past since the 19th century, with victims and other persona appearing and talking to him. Learning those visions even enter Buffy's dreams, focusing on sex with her to lose his soul and then killing her, Giles agrees to do research as Angel desperately begged him; he is helped by Buffy and Xander, for whom Christmas is a nightmare of lacking any family celebration. They find that Angel is tormented by the Bringers or Harbingers of Death, the three high-priests of the First Evil, older then demons and incorporeal, and Buffy finds the mark of its residence. Angel can't stand the fear of giving in to temptation at the price of her life and resolves to commit suicide by sunrise, Buffy's pleading to make him resist seems to fail, only a Christmas miracle can save the seasonal day...
10. Parenthood (2010 TV Series)
Episode: If This Boat Is a Rockin' (2010)
Adam confronts a man in defense of Max. Crosby and Jasmine delve into domestic discussions, beginning with the selling of Crosby's boat. Meanwhile, Sarah and Gordon spend an afternoon together, which carries on until sunrise the next morning, creating tension with Amber and Drew. Elsewhere, Haddie discovers intriguing information about Alex.
11. Andromeda (2000 TV Series)
Episode: The Risk-All Point (2003)
While on their way in the Maru to the launching of the first new Commonwealth starship in over three hundred years, Dylan, Beka, and Tyr rush ahead to warn the new battleship, the Crimson Sunrise, of an incoming Nietzschean battle group. They suspect that there is an agent on board the Sunrise, and their suspicions are confirmed when the engines go critical and the Sunrise is destroyed. Many on board the Sunrise survived in escape pods, but they discover the pods are leaking air. As they rescue the survivors, they also investigate the sabotage and realize that the saboteur may still be among them.
12. Home and Away (1988 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.5651 (2012)
Dex consults specialist Dr. Ben Dawson the be tested for his possibly diabetic seizures, but insists on secrecy, so reluctant Romeo has to cover for him, which leads t clumsy, improbably lies, again when Dex is kept overnight for observation, but at least the inconclusive diagnosis is hopeful. Heath assures his brothers he's done with impossible to please Bianca, however remorseful she may now be. Anyway, Casey's upcoming verdict is the priority, so he insists on a nostalgic boys night and surfing at sunrise.
13. Home and Away (1988 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6597 (2017)
Nate has Luc taken to Billie before passing on the news to Leah, VJ and Ash, who gradually accept that nothing can be done. Leah calls Alf and Zac who join them and VJ announces he wants to marry Billie straightaway, with everyone rushing round to help it happen. Kat and Phoebe join them as they exchange vows. Afterwards, Zac tries to comfort Leah but she just rants at him. Billie sends Ash home, then asks VJ to take her and Luc down the beach. Ash returns the next morning to find them gone. The couple watch the sunrise together before Billie dies.
Zac's tribe isn't nearly over the shock of Billie's terminal diagnosis from Nate when VJ announces he granted her dying wish to wed him, in hospital, ASAP. Although Zac is his gentle supportive self, Leah rudely bitches at him as if he were an adulterer. After asking exhausted Ash to go sleep at home, with VJ watching over her, Billie asks him to wheel her to the beach a last time, where they enjoy the sunrise and she dies happily in his loving arms.
14. CSI: NY (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Manhattanhenge (2009)
In the culmination of a multi-episode mystery, Mac and his team uncover the dark lair of a murderous madman, the Compass Killer. But as they race to save his fourth victim, the sunrise presents one final surprise that no one ever expected.
15. Horrible Bosses (2011)
Nick hates his boss, mostly because he's expected to work from before sunrise to after sunset and his boss, Mr. Harken, calls him out for being a minute late and blackmails him so he can't quit. Dale hates his boss, Dr. Julia Harris, because she makes unwelcome sexual advances when he's about to get married. But Dale is on that pesky list of child offenders so he can't quit. Kurt actually likes his job and his boss, well, up until his boss dies and the boss's coked-out, psychopathic son takes over. But who would be crazy enough to quit their jobs in such poor economic times? Instead Nick, Dale and Kurt drunkenly and hypothetically discuss how to kill their bosses, and before they know it, they've hired a murder consultant to help them pull off the three deeds.
16. Collateral (2004)
One night in Los Angeles, cab driver Max Durocher picks up a gray-suited man named Vincent. Vincent offers Max a large sum of money to drive him to five locations around LA before the night is up. Max accepts, but realizes that Vincent is a hitman who has been hired to kill five people that night. Max is forced to drive Vincent around the City of Angels, unsure if he'll live to see sunrise.
17. Portlandia (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Nina's Birthday (2013)
Nina goes to great lengths to throw an extravagant 32nd birthday party for herself. The day-long event is set to include a multitude of activities ranging from sunrise yoga to horseback rides. The party culminates in a Tapas Dinner, thrilling news to Kath and Dave who have just returned from a trip to Spain. A young couple is forced to take out a loan from a local banker to attend Nina's party. Snarky responses to Evites earn a local comedian celebrity status.
18. Before Sunrise (1995)
Before Sunrise is a romance between a young American (Jesse) and a French student (Celine). A chance encounter on the train incites intrigue, and Jesse provocatively suggests that Celine postpones her return to France and embarks instead on a spontaneous expedition to Vienna. In the course of their 14-hour relationship, the two share in their love for the unrehearsed and their appreciation for the unexpected as they explore in a powerful meeting of hearts and minds.
19. 30 Days of Night (2007)
In Barrow, Alaska, seventy percent of the population of five hundred and some dwellers travel on the day of the last sunset, since the town will stay alone for the next thirty days without sun light. Sheriff Eben Oleson and Deputy Billy Kitka find several cell phones burned on the road. Then they receive a call from the local caretaker saying that all his sled dogs have been slaughtered; later Eben finds the operator of the cell tower decapitated. He arrests a troublemaker drifter and the stranger frightens him by saying, "they are coming and the locals will be dead." Soon Eben discovers that the town is under siege by a gang of bloodthirsty vampires and with a few survivors, they hide in an empty attic waiting for the next sunrise.
20. Krull (1983)
The planet Krull has been invaded by the evil monster The Beast and his army The Slayers, two rival kingdoms have formed a alliance against The Beast and The Slayers, as Prince Colwyn, the son of King Turlord marries Princess Lyssa, daughter of King Eirig, where Prince Colwyn and Princess Lyssa's marriage will unite the two kingdoms and both Colwyn and Lyssa will rule the lands of Krull. But during the wedding, The Slayers attack and Lyssa is kidnapped. Setting out to rescue Lyssa, Colwyn joined by a fellowship companions: the Seer Ynyr, a band of escaped convicts led by Torquil, Rell, a one-eyed giant, Ergo, a cowardly magician, Emerald, a blind Seer and a young boy named Titch set off in search of The Black Fortress where Lyssa is being held captive, where The Beast intends to marry Lyssa in it's evil goal to rule Krull along with many other worlds. Armed with a powerful weapon "The Glave" a disc with five blades, Colwyn and his companions set off in search of The Black Fortress which changes location every sunrise, where Colwyn vows to rescue Lyssa and defeat The Beast and The Slayers.
21. Chicago Hope (1994 TV Series)
Episode: Full Moon (1995)
A troubled Dr. Geiger seeks a blessing from his institutionalized ex-wife so he can continue his relationship with Dr. Infante. A dying AIDS patient hopes Hancock can arrange a surgical procedure that would allow him to see one more sunrise.
22. An Idiot Abroad (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Mexico (2010)
Karl isn't overly concerned about going to Mexico beyond Ricky and Stephen's assertion that it probably is the most dangerous place from a personal safety perspective than anywhere he's traveled thus far. As he travels there during the Easter season, Karl is exposed to two religious celebrations, the first which recreates the crucifixion and resurrection of Christ, and the second which is on the surface less religious and which the authorities would like to shut down if only because of its explosive and thus potentially dangerous nature. Interspersed between these two, Stephen and Ricky send Karl into training for what has become a Mexican cultural phenomenon: professional wrestling. He makes two stops on his way to the raison d'etre for the trip to Mexico, Chichén Itzá: the first to experience the life of a churro (a Mexican cowboy), and the second to spend some time with a Mayan family who are descendants of the builders of Chichén Itzá. The latter stop exposes him to more unusual food, namely bee larvae. He finally arrives at Chichén Itzá before dawn to beat the crowds, and to watch the sunrise over the monument. However, Karl can only focus on the issue of the "dead heads" associated with the place. Throughout his stay in Mexico, Karl goes on a search for the Mexico of his childhood, and it is uncertain if he will be able to find it. And he makes a surprising admission before he heads home.
23. Kitchen Nightmares (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Fiesta Sunrise (2008)
Vic, owner of the Fiesta Sunrise, is running the business into the ground like his previous failed restaurant, only using money from his wife and stepdaughter, but is oblivious to it. Things go from bad to appallingly horrible once Ramsay has a look into the kitchen...
24. Land of the Lost (1974 TV Series)
Episode: The Pylon Express (1975)
Early one morning before sunrise, Rick and Will hear the pakuni chanting. Rick and Will believe it may have something to do with a small moon that is currently in alignment with the other moons in the sky. They go to investigate. Believing that they will only be gone for a few minutes, they decide to let Holly sleep without needing to wake her to tell her where they're going. What Rick and Will see the pakuni doing at a pylon makes them believe that there is a time doorway inside that pylon. However, once Rick and Will are inside the pylon, Ta does something which he believes closes the exterior entrance, locking Rick and Will inside. When Holly awakens and sees her family gone, she has to figure out what to do. She learns from Cha-Ka where they are, and also learns that Ta seems to know how to open and close the pylon door. What Holly doesn't know is that the secret is all in the small moon.
25. Expedition Unknown (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Josh Gates - After Dark - Dubai (2017)
Josh Gates travels to Dubai to experience everything the city has to offer from sunset to sunrise. Whether he's feeding sharks, riding shotgun with a VIP concierge service or catching a falcon from a hot air balloon, it's all in a night's work for Josh in the crown jewel of the Middle East.
26. Codename: Kids Next Door (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Operation C.A.K.E.D.-T.H.R.E.E./Operation L.O.C.K.D.O.W.N. (2004)
In "Operation: C.A.K.E.D.-T.H.R.E.E. (Commandos Attempted Kapturing Enemy's Dessert - They Have Real Extreme Eggravations)", it's the Delightful Children From Down the Lane's birthday once again, and as always, the KND go to rob their nemeses of their ever-delicious birthday cake. However, their plan to neutralize them by egging them with real eggs lays an egg and they have to decide if the cake is really that worth it. In "Operation: L.O.C.K.D.O.W.N. (Lurking Otherworldly Childhood Kalamity Delivers Ouchies When Naughty)", late one night, Numbuh One returns to the treehouse battle-scarred and orders his team to put their headquarters into lockdown, which will end at sunrise. But soon, one by one, they're letting out yells of pain and their rears feel quite painful. They instantly suspect that Count Spankulot is in the treehouse with them. But is the Count the real intruding threat, or is there another spank-happy vampire among them?
27. Highway Patrol (1955 TV Series)
Episode: Missing Witness (1956)
Artist Molly Weems shows up at Highway Patrol headquarters claiming that convicted "Sunrise Park Killer" George Crenshaw is innocent. When Dan Mathews confronts her with the many inconsistencies in her story, Molly admits that she was lying to try to save Crenshaw (her former fiancé) from execution. Surprisingly, an attempt is made on Molly's life after reporter Joe Macklin prematurely prints a story about her claims and includes her home address. Molly survives the attack, but Dan deduces that she may have unknowingly been correct about Crenshaw and that the real "Sunrise Park Killer" could still be at large. Dan stakes out Molly's home and eventually finds himself face to face with the pusillanimous killer.
28. The Smurfs (1981 TV Series)
Episode: Fuzzle Trouble/Smurfette's Dancing Shoes (1981)
* "Fuzzle Trouble": While he and his fellow Smurfs are maintaining the Smurf River dam, Clumsy finds a seemingly friendly woodland tick, called a fuzzle, and brings it back to the village as a pet. Papa Smurf immediately recognizes the fuzzle as a troublemaker and orders Clumsy to take it back. Clumsy can't bring himself to do it, and when he leaves to return to the dam, it becomes apparent why Papa made his warning: The fuzzle eats everything in sight ... and multiplies itself rapidly -- into two, then four and then a lot more! Clumsy runs to Papa for help, but Papa immediately figures out what is going on when fuzzles begin eating everything in sight. Clumsy is ordered to take the fuzzles (who by now number in the hundreds) back to the woods; however, the fuzzles escape and immediately go to the dam for dinner. Meanwhile, Gargamel has created a Smurf tracker, whose aim is to detect the footprints of the woodland creatures; his and Azrael's stalking efforts (which include a brief encounter with an angry bear) are interspersed with the Smurfs dealing with the fuzzles. When the Smurfs are unable to ward off the fuzzles and concede defeat (as the fuzzles have damaged the dam enough to allow it to flood the Smurf village), Harmony plays a mournful tune. However, the fuzzles are hypnotized by the off-key "music," and Harmony leads the fuzzles away. A trap set by Gargamel -- a rope that sends down a large crate to imprison whatever is caught -- is sprung by the unsuspecting fuzzles, and the wizard and Azrael carry the box back to their castle, thinking they've captured the Smurfs. When they open the crate, they are left to deal with the hungry fuzzles. "Smurfette's Dancing Shoes": As the Smurfs plan a talent show to celebrate Papa Smurf's birthday, a woodland imp, wanting to get the Lost Treasure of the Ancient Trolls, is told by its guardian troll that, to claim it he must go to Dreadful Hollow and gather a feather from the fearsome Giant Vulture, fire from the volcano and the Blue Diamond -- or marry a fair maiden with a pure heart. Smurfette, wanting to perform a dance routine at the talent show, is annoyed that she has to practice and says it's "for the birds." The imp, seeing that Smurfette is the fair maiden he seeks, presents her a pair of dancing shoes, which gives her the ability to dance effortlessly; he does not tell her of the catch. As Smurfette thinks she's showed her fellow Smurfs a thing or two, the imp later comes calling for her hand in marriage. When she refuses, the imp causes her shoes to begin tapping, making Smurfette unable to control her feet and easy prey for a kidnapping. Papa leads a search party for Smurfette, who is locked up at the imp's castle, but just as they are rescuing Smurfette, they are captured by the imp's gargoyles. When Papa orders the imp to set her free, the imp tells the Smurfs that he will if they go to Dreadful Hollow to gather the Giant Vulture's feather, the fire and the Blue Diamond ... all before sunrise. Splitting into three groups each led by Papa, Handy and Hefty, the three teams each succeed in their missions. When they return, the imp announces he has no intention of giving Smurfette up and leaves with her, the feather, the lighted torch and diamond. But Papa casts a spell that frees Smurfette from her shoes ... and then he subsequently places them on the feet of the imp and his gargoyles. Smurfette realizes that there is no substitute for practice, and she puts on a great performance when Papa's party does take place.
29. Gutterballs (2008)
A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley. One by one, players of two teams meet blood-drenched gruesome deaths at the hand of a black bowling-gloved masked killer. This alley runs red with blood by sunrise.
Tensions between two rival cliques boil over during an after-hours bowling session and a fight breaks out. When a girl from one of the team forgets her purse in the arcade, she returns only to be brutally raped by members of the other team. The following night, both groups return to the bowling alley. Except this time, they're being stalked by a deranged serial killer adorned with a bowling bag as a mask and by sunrise, the alleys will run red with blood.
30. The Doctors (1963 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.2622 (1973)
Mona attempts to placate Billy's worry for Carolee, but an exhausted Steve snaps at him over breakfast. She volunteers to stay with Carolee all day so that Steve will have one less worry. Steve finds Mona incredible when she dismisses Nick's TV pleas for Cathy's decency, arguing that Cathy should be offered whatever she wants monetarily. Billy overhears Steve tell Mona that Detective Cadman thinks it's unlikely they'll ever get the child back because Cathy wants to replace her dead baby. Althea finds Penny awake at dawn, watching and memorizing the colors of the sunrise. Althea urges her not to shut herself off from people who want to help her, because Althea isn't convinced of Dr. Randall's diagnosis. In tears, Penny admits that she's scared. Steve continues to lie to Carolee that Cathy will tire of tormenting them and lead them back to Stephanie. Carolee wonders if Stephanie is all right; meanwhile, Cathy tries to soothe the crying baby. Cathy recalls Steve insisting that his job is delivering babies, not getting rid of them. Back in the present, she bitterly says that Steve owes her, and since he never paid, she's collecting herself. Carolee sends Billy to school, speculating that Stephanie will probably be back when he gets home. He leaves, and the look on Carolee's face suggests she doesn't believe it.
31. Little Einsteins (2005 TV Series)
Episode: I Love to Conduct (2005)
As Leo uses his baton to conduct a beautiful sunrise, a bald eagle mistakes Leo's baton for a stick and flies away with it! Leo loves his baton so the team makes it their mission to get it back. As they follow the eagle, the team encounters a volcano, a forest of animals, and dance over Orca whales to get the baton back. When Leo retrieves his baton he conducts the team and all the animals they've met on their journey to a glorious "Morning" reprise.
32. Dinosaur Train (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Remember the Alamosaurus/Sunrise, Sunset (2012)
From PBS KIDS - Remember the Alamosaurus: The Pteranodon kids and Dad get the idea to travel around on the Dinosaur Train and meet some of the biggest dinosaurs. They even sing a song, `The Biggest Dinosaurs', before meeting Allie Alamosaurus, an enormous, long-necked, plant eating sauropod who is very friendly. Sunrise, Sunset: Dad takes the Pteranodon kids on an overnight camping trip where they watch both a sunrise and sunset, learning that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. The kids also find out more about nocturnal (night-active) animals, and diurnal (day-active) animals.
33. Most Haunted (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Fort Delaware (2009)
Originally built to protect the port of Philadelphia and Wilmington from invasion, then home to some 13,000 prisoners, Fort Delaware is a huge and imposing location. With so many different places over such a large area, the team has their work cut out, investigating the fort before sunrise.
34. Wizards vs. Aliens (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Endless Night, Part One (2013)
During a solar eclipse the Nekross put into effect their plan to control the moon's orbit, causing a permanent eclipse and total darkness on Earth. As wizards can only have three spells every sunrise and there is no sun it means an end to their powers. Then the Nekross announce their demand to Tom and his family that unless the world's wizards are surrendered millions will die.
35. Treehouse Masters (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Sunrise Daycamp Clubhouse (2015)
Pete constructs an amazing clubhouse for Sunrise Day Camp - a summer camp for kids battling cancer. With a crow's nest outpost and a peek-a-boo roof, this treehouse grants campers full interaction with nature by erasing the line between indoors and out.
36. The Christmas Parade (2014 TV Movie)
It's one week before Christmas. Hailee Anderson is the popular on-air entertainment reporter for a local New York City television station's morning program, Sunrise Brew. She is hosting live the program's Christmas Eve special entitled "Christmas in Manhattan" despite she long ago having lost the Christmas spirit. On one of her regular broadcasts, she is figuratively sideswiped when rumored reports surface that her businessman fiancé, Jason Keppler, is cheating on her with a reality television star. Letting her emotions take over, Hailee feels the need to get away from both the spotlight of work and Jason by taking a long drive to "anywhere but here", and in the process is the cause of a car accident in the small town of Carver Bend, Connecticut. For her driving infractions, she is sentenced to twenty-five hours of community service in Carver Bend to be completed prior to Christmas, which threatens her ability to do her regular work and prepare for the special. That community service, under the direction of the Middlesworth Children's Art Center's head volunteer Beck Thomas, a former artist who lost his inspiration to paint, is to help the kids of the Center prepare its float for the upcoming Christmas parade to be held on Christmas Eve. From Beck, Hailee learns of the plight of the Center: it, a non-profit, is threatened for closure as the building they are leasing is for sale; the non-profit has half the $30,000 down payment to buy the property, hoping that they win the $15,000 first prize for the best float in the parade to make up the other half. In the process, Hailee may come to a true understanding of what the Christmas spirit is, while coming to the realization if the publicity machine's fairytale ending of her reconciling with an innocent Jason is what she wants. These realizations may come along with the price of the Center at the hands of a few Scrooges who want to line their pockets at the expense of the kids.
37. Franklin (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Franklin Stays Up/Franklin's Bargain (2004)
Franklin and his friends have a backyard camp out and decide to stay awake all night and watch the sunrise;Striking up a deal with Dad to do extra chores, Franklin gets an advance on his allowance and buys the much coveted Super Snooper Spy Kit
38. House (2008)
In rural Alabama, two couples find themselves in a fight for survival. Running from a maniac (The Tin Man) bent on killing them, they flee deep into the woods and seek refuge in a house. They soon realize the killer has purposely lured them to this house and that they are now trapped. As they huddle around an old fireplace, a tin can falls through the chimney. Scrawled on its side is a message from the killer, establishing his House Rules. The rules call for their deaths unless they kill at least one of the four. They have less than 12 hours to find a way to survive. At sunrise the game is over and everyone dies if the killer's demands aren't met. What they quickly learn is that the only way out... is in. But going further into this house--where unknown challenges await them--is equally deadly.
39. Swamp People (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Full Moon Fever (2011)
Night in the Swamp is a time when danger lurks. Joe and Tommy are night scouting for a new honey hole, but while they're looking for gators, another paycheck presents itself: the shrimp are running. They head off hoping to bag a boatload before sunrise.
40. Poor White Trash (2000)
In rural Sunrise, Illinois, waitress Linda Bronco wants her son Mike to go to college, but all summer after high school, his dim friend Lenny Lake leads Mike into trouble. Their life of crime soon involves Linda, too, as they need money for a lawyer (Lenny's charlatan grandpa Ron, whose trophy wife is the ex-girlfriend of Brian, Linda's latest lover). When Ron fails Mike, Linda decides to send Mike to private college, so she needs more money. After Brian gives them a tip on cash at Mr. Snack, a fast food joint, it's robbery time. Then there's Suzi and Suzy, young women who work at Mr. Snack and have their eyes on Mike and Lenny. Is there a ticket out of the trailer park?
41. Siskel & Ebert (1986 TV Series)
Episode: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels/Tequila Sunrise/Twins/My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988)
Gene opens with an affectionately negative review of the Steve Martin/Michael Caine comedy "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Roger also had problems with it but he does recommend it. They split again on "Tequila Sunrise" - the only non-comedy this week - which Roger thought was flawed and confusing, but Gene thought was flawed but still manageable. They both liked the comedy "Twins", but they split on another comedy "My Stepmother is an Alien", they both liked Kim Basinger but Gene liked the movie more than Roger. Finally, for their Video Picks of the Week, Roger and Gene pick their individual overlooked films from Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito. Gene picks the body building movie "Stay Hungry" and Roger picks Brian DePalma's "Wise Guys".
42. Celebrity Wife Swap (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Tracey Gold/Carnie Wilson (2012)
Best known for her role as Carol Seaver in the legendary comedy series "Growing Pains," Tracey Gold runs a tight ship in her home. She and her husband, Roby Marshall, are inseparable and keep strict daily schedules for their four boys -- Sage (14), Bailey (12), Aiden (7) and Dylan (3). Each day, Gold makes sure the family eats their meals together, and from sunrise to sunset she and Roby are diligently managing their household by cooking, cleaning, doing laundry and running errands. Gold swaps lives with Carnie Wilson, a member of the successful music group Wilson Phillips and daughter of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. Carnie is often out on the road working and performing, and refers to her relationship with record producer husband Rob as being like "two ships passing in the night." The couple has two daughters, Lola (6) and Luci (2).
43. Shallow Ground (2004)
A naked teenage boy covered in blood appears at a remote sheriff's station one year after the brutal unsolved murder of a local girl. Now Sheriff Jack Shepherd, guilt ridden over the girl's murder, must confront his own demons as he desperately searches for the boy's true identity and possible victims. Little does Jack realize that he has started down a path that will bring him face to face with an unthinkable horror. Before sunrise the living will pay for the pain the dead have suffered.
44. One Night Only (2016)
Having lost all his fortune and loved ones from gambling, Gao Ye walks out from prison to a even more cruel world. Intrigued by a beautiful hooker who approaches him for unknown reason, he comes up a master plan to redeem everything he once had. But things immediately spin wildly out of control as they found themselves fallen into a bigger scheme set up by the underground. Will they survive this one night to see another sunrise?
45. Campfire Stories (2001)
Two teens on their way to a backwoods party come across a beautiful young woman having car trouble. Their search for help only gets them lost, deep in the woods, where they meet Forest Ranger Bill with a penchant for scary stories. The campfire flickers long into the night as the ranger uses words to weave his tapestry of terror, filling their young minds with a host of horrific images that will be burned into your consciousness long after the fire's last embers have gone out. Insane doctors, Indian ghosts, bad drugs, a deranged handyman with shiny new shears - all that and more awaits anyone brave enough to stay until sunrise... if you live that long!
46. The Legend of Mick Dodge (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Super Moon (2015)
In the Hoh Rainforest, a full moon is on the rise - and this one won't be like most. Nicknamed the super moon, its orbit will bring it closer to Earth than usual...presenting a slew of opportunities for Mick Dodge. Traveling through the night, Mick aims to reach a secret cove by sunrise, where extreme high tides brought on by the super moon could deliver a seafood harvest.
47. Prora (2012 Short Film)
Prora, Rügen Island, Baltic sea. A deserted Nazi holiday camp and communist military complex - one of Germany's largest and most bizarre structures. Jan, 17, a rather timid German teenager, spends his summer holidays with his friend Matthieu, 18, a French self-proclaimed macho womanizer. After a frustrating night in the local club, the two boys decide to hang out on the beach at sunrise. What starts as an innocent game soon develops into an ambiguous confrontation, when Matthieu takes his friend along into the abandoned building, and provokes him by making fun of Germany's past. After a chase through Prora's endless hallways, Jan provokes Matthieu in return by suddenly kissing him on the lips. The two friends unexpectedly embark on an erotic game that puts their friendship at risk. Overwhelmed by their feelings, they try to escape, but they get lost in Prora's labyrinthine series of rooms and walkways. Desperate, tortured, a fight breaks out that leaves Jan alone and wounded. A few days later, Jan and Matthieu meet again on the beach. Will they become friends again before they part? A journey of self-exploration, an odyssey of male adolescence, Prora is a thrilling, tender story about love and friendship.
48. Santa Claws (2014)
Tommy, who is unable to celebrate Christmas because his mom says Santa isn't real, leaves his kittens out for Santa to take back to the North Pole, but after a major allergic reaction Santa can't fly the sleigh or deliver presents anymore, so the kittens have to deliver the rest of the presents to all the boys and girls before sunrise.
49. Bondi Rescue (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #9.3 (2013)
It's New Year's Eve, so the beach is full, yet all (young) eyes are on Hollywood visitor Paris Hilton, even from her life-guards escort, novice Dunstan and even former soap star Whippet, who for once seems speechless. After a short silence to admire the first sunrise, the rescue team is flat-out again, due to the huge crowd and lots of drunks, mostly friendly -nobody even takes offense at a festive streaker- but still a potential danger, at least to themselves. Deano's boys can't enforce the legal alcohol ban and rarely call in the equally overworked police, once one of their boards gets 'borrowed' by a Californian surfer. Some tourists are utterly brave, like a young veteran skater who badly broke another finger.
50. Bondi Rescue (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #4.5 (2009)
At new Year's Eve, reckless party-goers drink, swim and streak without any lifeguard supervising. after sunrise, most remaining are passed-off skunk-drunk. Their vast number and unruliness all day constitutes a dilemma whether to close the beaches or reopen at least one section so as to prevent them swarming over the more dangerous beach tracts. Harries enjoys a dubious attempt to demonstrate his tow-truck experience so as to unblock the beach's vast parking lot.
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