|1.||Game of Thrones
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Pointy End (2011)
Joffre has claimed the throne and he and is mother eliminate Ned Stark's supporters. Ned is imprisoned and Sansa remains engaged to Joffre but Anya seems to have escaped. Cersei gets Sansa to write to her eldest brother Robb to ask him to swear loyalty to the new King. Robb agrees to go, but at the head of an army. Catelyn receives word of her husband's imprisonment and learns that her sister will not support her. Tyrian and Bron encounter the Stone Crows and makes them an offer they can't refuse. At the wall Jon's wolf, Ghost, alerts him to trouble and it seems that the White Walkers have returned. Daenarys has trouble accepting the rape of new female slaves and when Drogo supports her, he is called out by one his men.
Boy prince Joffrey Baratheon has mounted the throne but can barely control his palace, while challenges arise. With Edard imprisoned and his daughter demanding Stark submission, heir Robb leaves Brandon behind in the castle and sets out for the capital with a mighty army, which Tywin Lannister is determined to stop also at all cost. back at the wall, John Snow and his wolf prove themselves worthy, his indolent sidekick knowledgeable of the approaching White Walkers. Khal Drogo seems to get away by duel with violating tradition by supporting Daenerys Targaryen's defense of women the warriors are customarily entitled to beat and rape as war loot slaves. On his way home, Tyrian learns what happens and has to win over the barbaric tribal Stone Crows.
|2.||Sons of Anarchy
(2008 TV Series)
Episode: Out (2011)
Fresh out of jail, Sam Crow reunites with family, confronts new Charming law enforcement, and shifts business alliances.
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Thick as Mud (2012)
Raylan races to save Dewey Crowe from a gang of vicious organ harvesters. Boyd faces off with a new adversary.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Hereafter (2013)
Lance corporal Gabe Crowe dies from cardiac arrest during a fall on the obstacle course he champions in marine captain Jonah Ellis's training unit. Only comrade private first class David Holland dares speak out about Crowe's partaking in an illegal civilian fight club. The team finds out more secrets of the unit boys. NCIS deputy director Jerome Craig is eager to step back, but Vance insists on personally joining Gibbs' field investigation until he has dealt with his wife's unsettling bank safe legacy.
|5.||That '70s Show
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Hunting (2000)
Kitty decides it's time Red goes deer-hunting again, long after his unmentionable accident, so he takes all the boys along, even Bob. The females go girlish at home, Donna refuses Kitty's cooking suggestions: they talk about the boys and play cards, until Midge is tired of the cheater... Nobody trusts self-declared Nimrod Kelso to actually touch a gun, and Fez's ancestral whistle and stick technique is ridiculed, but he serves two delicious pheasants- no, that's crow, so bad luck. Next day, a long, lonely, quiet stake-out in a tree gets father and son Forman to open up about their uneasy rapport, and Eric's shooting when a buck is within reach surprises Red in two ways...
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Jinx (2004)
The student from the Balkans and bookmaker Mikhail Mxyzptlk (Trent Ford) has the power of manipulation, using his abilities to gamble. Chloe is writing an article about the underworld of bets, and gets closer to Mikhail. The bookie stakes with Lex Luthor against The Crows, threatening Chloe and Clark to win the bet. Meanwhile, Lex discloses the relationship of Lana and Jason in which he ends up getting fired from his job as the Crows assistant coach in spite of winning the championship, and Lana unfairly blames Clark after mistakenly thinking he leaked the information.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Homecoming (2010)
In an attempt to cheer up Clark, Lois convinces him to attend their five-year high school reunion. A visit back to the home of the Crows has Clark remembering old times with Lana and Chloe, while Lois is furious that no one remembers her five days as a student. Brainiac 5.0 uses his Legion ring to visit from the future and takes Clark through his past, present and future. He shows Clark what really happened the night Jonathan died, Oliver's current pain and Clark's future at the Daily Planet with Lois and his role as Earth's favorite red and blue superhero.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Hothead (2001)
The coach of the Smallville High School's football team "The Crows", the bossy and arrogant Walt Arnold (Dan Lauria) is close to his victory number 200 along twenty-five years of a successful career. He is exposed to burning kryptonite ore in the sauna, and achieves the power of burning whatever he wants. Principal James Kwan (Hiro Kanagawa) finds that seven athletes cheated in a mathematics test, and decides to punish the group by not permitting them to participate in the final game. Coach Walt retaliates by burning his car, and Mr. Kwan goes to the hospital. Meanwhile, Clark Kent is invited by Coach Arnold and decides to join the football team, against the will of his father Jonathan. When Arnold loses control of his power, Clark has to fight with him to save Jonathan and his friend Chloe Sullivan, the student reporter covering the team. Lana's relationship with Whitney continues to grow strained over his football practice taking up their time, leading her to quit cheer leading. Also, the amoral Lionel Luthor arrives in Smallville and pressures Lex to cut his workforce at the LutherCorp plant to save money.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Devoted (2004)
The cheerleaders of the Crows prepare a beverage with kryptonite that makes the football players extremely devoted and in love for them. However, Chloe drinks the love potion and attempts to seduce Clark, while Jason Teague becomes absolutely jealous of Clark over his lingering feelings for Lana and attempts to kill him, when Clark is at a disadvantage having drank a little of the kryptonite potion himself. Clark then turns to Lois to help him expose the cheerleaders conspiracy. Meanwhile, Lex tries to retrieve his friendship with Clark.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Weekend at Burnsie's (2002)
After being attacked by crows who peck at his eyes Homer briefly becomes addicted to medical marijuana but manages to kick the habit before Mr. Burns asks for his help in preparing a speech for an important meeting. When Mr. Burns appears to have drowned in his bath Homer works the 'corpse' like a marionette to convince the gathering that Burns is fit and well. The jerking movements revive Burns and disaster is avoided.
|11.||Sex and the City
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Cock-a-Doodle-Do (2000)
Carrie is angry to be woken up early by crowing cocks outdoor, from the neighboring animal clinic. Samantha has another cocky problem: gross transsexual whores in front of her window. Miranda is depressed even her Chinese order is boringly predictable, her only house-mate the cat; she and Carrie bump into Aidan and his dog Pete, Steve and their current girlfriends Susan and Jessica. They're as jealous as Charlotte feels undesirable, being just divorced at 34. Carrie accepts a lunch date with Big now Natasha is history, Miranda warns bitchy not to come running to her after another disappointment by him, judgmental enough for their first big fight, but not long; the date falls trough with a splash, the relationship is revived, Miranda finds Steve at the Chinese restaurant. Trey turns up at Charlotte's hot-cocked and delivers. Sam needs to try different approaches, even if one failure scares her naked stud of the moment away, to deal with the she-man whores.
(1996 TV Series)
Episode: Small Miracles (2007)
Annie hoped letting the twins make toast for them as Sunday breakfast would secure a quiet morning in bed with Eric, but they almost give toasting up altogether when Ruthie screams like a murder-witness just because the diamond fell out of the 'promise ring' T-Bone gave her, claiming in female logic beyond his sound mind they'll never get married now, so even Mac helps looking on all four -a pert sight- while Ruthie tries to reconstruct her walks before the 'earthshattering' loss. Eric has mood-swings from confidence in God's mercy and taking anything as a sign -disclaiming to believe in those- of impending death, such as a crow [actually a raven], but still keeps working, even with Red, an old man in bad health and mood. Meanwhile Kevin doubts if Lucy's place is accepting a church of her own, while her dad is terminal, the crow frightens Lucy as a 'scarily black' species. Mac takes a dim view of Sandy presenting hospital resident Jonathan Sanderson as her new partner, dumping Martin, her baby Aaron's loving father and Mac's best mate. Kevin grills T-Bone about love, promises and intentions, with inspiring effect. Other couples draw their own conclusions for the future...
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Big Trouble in Little Langley (2007)
Stan becomes fed up with Francine's adopted parents always stopping by unannounced so he sets out to find her real ones. Meanwhile Steve tries to impress a girl with a series of extreme stunts and almost loses a thumb in the process! No thanks to that stupid crow; WHY CROW? WHY!?
|14.||Little House on the Prairie
(1974 TV Series)
Episode: Circus Man (1975)
Jovial Willie O'Hara, a traveling, patent-medicine salesman, comes to Walnut Grove with his talking crow and chimpanzee "circus", appears to immediately cure Mr. Hanson's incurable headache and convinces most of the community that his remedy is good for anything, and everything, that ails them. But an angry Doc Baker must intervene when Mrs. Oleson believes that the potion will cure her life-threatening appendicitis and later, Laura learns a difficult lesson when she expects O'Hara's miraculous medicine to heal her seriously injured best friend...her beloved dog, Jack.
Present-age surgeon Tom Creo is obsessed by a medical research project's unlikely side-benefit, the last hope to save his dying wife. It's based on a codes she researched, concerning conquistador Tomas, whose efforts to find the Mayan tree of life for the Spanish crow
|16.||The Sixth Sense
Malcom Crowe is a child psychologist who receives an award on the same night that he is visited by a very unhappy ex-patient. After this encounter, Crowe takes on the task of curing a young boy with the same ills as the ex-patient. This boy "sees dead people". Crowe spends a lot of time with the boy (Cole) much to the dismay of his wife. Cole's mom is at her wit's end with what to do about her son's increasing problems. Crowe is the boy's only hope.
Child psychologist Malcom Crowe is one night visited by an ex-patient named Vincent, angry, enraged. He wounds Crowe, then kills himself. A few months later, Crowe is visited by a 9-year old boy named Cole. He sees dead people who do not know they are dead. Because of this, he is called a freak in school. Crowe, at first thinks he is seeing things, but after spending a lot of time with Cole (much to his wife's dismay), he discovers Cole may be seeing dead people after all.
Child psychiatrist Malcolm Crowe is confronted one night by his former patient Vincent Gray who he failed to help. After Vincent shoots Crowe in the stomach and kills himself, Crowe can't stop thinking about it. A few months later he is hired to help a troubled boy named Cole Sear, who has many of the same problems Vincent had. Crowe sees a chance to redeem himself, but doubts his ability to reach the boy, particularly when Cole claims to see ghosts who don't know they're dead.
|17.||Days of Our Lives
(1965 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.9556 (2003)
The Brady bar crows sees how despite her efforts to loose, Belle was still picked over Mimi by the masked hunk, Cassie tempts new boys now Chaz isn't there. Tony tells Bart he found Carl turned snitch on rival Victor. Regular client Lucas witnesses the negotiation at Club Echelon turning violently hostile, stupid Sami gets taken hostage; after her ingrate accusations at him while he actually tried to push her into safety, seemingly the last drop, he retorts inviting her to be killed as she deserves, earns Tony's gratitude by saving his and her lives and the day. Bo is home, telling Roman too he resigned and risked his family's livelihood to be free to go after Vin all the way beyond the book, gets support promised. In the dorm, Shawn and Belle kiss while Mimi finds the 'consolation prize' waiting on her bed is way better then the dating show's winner's dinner: heavenly hunk Rex shirtless, clutching a stuffed teddy-bear, cuddly and cuddling.
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: It's the End of the Jake as We Know It (2010)
While Hannah is taping a Christmas TV Special with singer Sheryl Crow, brother Jackson is pining away for his new girlfriend Sienna who is overseas on a photo shoot in Peru. Best friends Lilly and Oliver are afraid to tell Hannah/Miley that her boyfriend Jake has cheated on her while he is on location filming a new movie.
|19.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: Killer Radio (1993)
In the Midwest for a book tour, Jessica is to be featured on KGAB radio, whose killer DJ Marcus Rule is broadcasting rumors that may kill David Osterman's state senate campaign. Jessica is visiting little Easton not only to promote her latest book but to visit Jonathan Baker, the son of an old friend. Rule wants to move to a larger market, but he and station owner Colin Crowe threaten each other. Jessica decimates Rule on the air and attends the grand opening of the station's 25,000 watt transmitter. But the surprise of the event is the discovery of Colin Crowe's body, shot with Jonathan's gun.
In the U.S. Midwest promoting her book, Jessica also takes the opportunity to visit a friend's son, Jonathan Baker. She finds herself on trash-talking radio host Marcus Rule's program, but takes care of him quite nicely on air. She is also drawn into a murder investigation when the station's owner, Colin Crowe, is found dead. He was in the process of divorcing his wife Louise Anderson-Crowe and getting full financial control of the station. Rule meanwhile wants out of his contract to move to a larger market and one of Rule's targets, candidate for State Senate David Osterman is upset at allegations of corruption. The police suspect Jonathan of being responsible for Crowe's death but a ballpoint pen leads her to the murderer.
KGAB talk-show host Marcus Rule usually humiliates his guests, but Jessica proves his match. Jonathan Baker, her editor's charming son, who left home and family business to make his own way, dates a former station employee and is arrested for the murder. The gun was found in his car by the Midwest station manager Colin Crowe. To clear Jonathan she helps county sheriff Leland Waterman find out about possible political, private and professional motivese.
|20.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: Murder Digs Deep (1985)
Jessica visits Dr. Seth Hazlitt at the New Mexico archaeological dig paid by Gideon Armstrong, led by Southwest University professor Dr. Stan Garfield, on the site of an Anasazi village, and perhaps Coronado's legendary city of gold, to which story TV celebrity Dr. Aubrey Benton holds the rights. Every evening an Indian ghost costume wearer sings on a cliff, till Armstrong's guards climb up scare him off, but on Jessica's second night Gideon's young wife Cynthia shoots at him and local Navajo Indian guide Raymond Two Crows -already found suspiciously uninformed about Pre-Columbian civilizations- falls to his death, although not hit by her bullet. After Jessica digs up a golden prayer stick, Seth finds Raymond actually died earlier of drowning. More gold is found, Gideon is determined to keep the news from spreading, according to his wife so he can buy the land first. Raymond's belongings inspire Jessica to unmasks several scammers.
Jessica travels to Arizona to join Seth Hazlett on an archaeological dig. Seth is something of an amateur archaeologist and Jessica is there to do research for her new book. Most of the people there are amateurs with the exception of Dr. Stan Garfield. The dig is financed by Gideon Armstrong who is there with his wife Cythia. Raymond Two Crows, a local guide, makes a point of objecting to the dig on Indian soil. As well, a shaman stages a dance on a cliff side every evening. When Raymond Two Crows is found dead at the bottom of the cliff, it seems that the identity of the shaman has been revealed. It just doesn't add up for Jessica however
|21.||Murder, She Wrote
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: A Virtual Murder (1993)
Cabot Cove's own youngster Alex Hooper, who got his first job with virtual reality-video game expert Michael Burke, has got Jessica to write a murder script 'A Killing at Hastings Rock' for their firm Marathon to design one about. The test version has grave program flaws, which may sink the firm by missing a nearby press presentation deadline- Jessica promises to rewrite the script so the failing character is no longer needed. Two partners secretly go to Redwood Concepts where James Lindstrom tells its CEO John/Charles Crowe he demands a bonus for dealing with him now he knows about his criminal past and name change, while his partner David Salt promises 'another solution'. It works, but programing out a confusing set of pointless doors would take too long. During the reception Michael gets called by his P.I., Dan Porter, and confronts James about his contacting Crowe, who is there too; shortly after James' corps is discovered, presumably found out stealing essential source codes. Michael openly suspects Crowe. Investigating police Sergeant Ignacio Delcanto suspects a professional murder and arrests Michael because his finger prints where found on the murder weapon, Lindstrom's own gun. Jessica contacts Porter, having heard his name, and suggests he extorted a small fortune for withholding from Michael David Salt's involvement. Alex and Jessica hack James' computer, which inspires Jessica to set up the real murderer...
Ine the year 2054, murders are predicted before they happen. This is due to three supernatural beings called Precognitives. The three of them are kept in a milky substance in a room called the temple. Images from their brain are produced onto a screen, where Chief John Anderton searches for clues to the murder's location using the images. His faith in the system is born of pain. He lost his son, Sean, six years ago. He's now separated and divorced from his wife, Lara, and has resorted to drugs to keep himself in control. One day, however, his life turns around when the Precogs see a vision of him killing a man named Leo Crow. Now on the run from the cops of Precrime, Anderton has to prove his innocence and discover if his murder was one of the rare cases in which one Precog sees things differently from the other two, called a Minority Report.
Ray Charles has the distinction of being both a national treasure and an international phenomenon. By the early 1960s, Ray Charles had accomplished his dream. He had come of age musically and had made it to Carnegie Hall. The hit records "Georgia on My Mind" and "Born to Lose" successively kept climbing to the top of the charts. He had made his first triumphant European concert tour in 1960 (a feat which, except for 1965, he has repeated at least once a year ever since). He had taken virtually every form of popular music and broken through its boundaries with such awe inspiring achievements as the LP's "Genius Plus Soul Equals Jazz" and "Modern Sounds in Country & Western". Rhythm and blues (or "race music" as it had been called) became universally respectable through his efforts. Jazz found a mainstream audience it had never previously enjoyed. And country and western music began to chart an unexpected course to general acceptance, then worldwide popularity. And along the way, Ray Charles was instrumental in the invention of rock and roll. Born in a poor African American town in central Florida, Ray Charles went blind at age seven. With the staunch support of his determined single mother, he developed the fierce resolve, wit and incredible talent that would eventually enable him to overcome not only Jim Crow Racism and the cruel prejudices against the blind, but also discover his own sound which revolutionized American popular music. Nonetheless, as Ray's unprecedented fame grew, so did his weakness for drugs and women, until they threatened to strip away the very things he held most dear. This little known story of Ray Charles' meteoric rise from humble beginnings, his successful struggle to excel in a sighted world and his eventual defeat of his own personal demons make for an inspiring and unforgettable true story of human triumph.
|24.||The Andy Griffith Show
(1960 TV Series)
Episode: Opie's Charity (1960)
Andy is upset when he finds out that Opie gave only three cents to a charity drive and starts to teach the boy about sharing with others less fortunate. When he finds out the reason Opie can't contribute more is because he is saving up to buy his girlfriend Charlotte something, Andy thinks he's going to squander it on toys and calls him a playboy. Aunt Bee scolds Andy for not having more faith in his son and he must eat crow when Opie tells him he is going to buy Charlotte a new coat for next winter because her mother cannot afford to.
|25.||Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Follows a group of high school students growing up in southern California, based on the real-life adventures chronicled by Cameron Crowe. Stacy Hamilton and Mark Ratner are looking for a love interest, and are helped along by their older classmates, Linda Barrett and Mike Damone, respectively. The center of the film is held by Jeff Spicoli, a perpetually stoned surfer dude who faces off with the resolute Mr. Hand, who is convinced that everyone is on dope.
|26.||Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
During the Napoleonic Wars, a British frigate, HMS Surprise, and a much larger French warship, the Acheron, with greater fire power, stalk each other off of the coast of South America. Russell Crowe brings great intensity to the role of Captain Jack Aubrey. Lucky Jack, as he is referred to by his crew, is well regarded by his men, who trust him implicitly, even after the first devastating battle and an apparent personal vendetta against the French captain. While the naval battle sequences are quite fantastic, the film is successful because director Weir chose to build the story to get to know the men who are locked aboard the tight quarters of a small ship and how they interact everyday. The officers and the mates are well-known by the time the final battle comes. Paul Bettany offers a strong performance as the surgeon and naturalist who balances the violence of his chosen life with the quiet demeanor of the scientist. He is the captain's friend and confidant, the two frequently playing violin and cello duets together. The horrors of the injuries from the war are frequently implied, but vividly depicted in the reactions of the characters.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Rising Above (2007)
Max surprises Boyd and their girls by saying grace at dinner, a habit he picked up in the the Grays' household. Despite help from kid bro Ringo "Rick", Pepper disbelieves sweet puppy "Frazer" loves Rosie, not just the Cammeniti fortune and demands he tells her the Brown truth, while forcing his teenage cahoot to run miles till he drops. Susan isn't amused Karl prefers reading Kant's philosophy to domestic chores, the rooster crows himself high on the hated-list. After another talk with Karl, Toadie finally has gathered the courage to ask Steph back, but everybody believes it's too late while Max is taking her ballooning.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Janelle's Christmas Ham (2006)
Alan handles his ex's Lesbian turnabout surprisingly well, yet isn't ready to chase Janelle again; Pepper is livid and tells startled Rosie, also about Paul and Lyn, then refuses any contact with her lying ma. Despite Karl's warnings to sweet kid brother Zeke she may not get out, Katya is released in time for Christmas, and accepts to come meet the Kennedy clan up country. Karl and Susan both bought a present for Rachel, so what can they still buy for Zeke? Sky cleverly suggests not an object from Paul McClain but a training with the Adelaide Crows star, Harold's protégé. Karl receives a guitar, Susan a trip to the adult kids in London. All Ramsay Street boys play Christmas street cricket while waiting for the barbecue and drinks with everybody. Guy is lurking around...
A poetic guitarist Eric Draven is brought back to life by a crow a year after he and his fiancée are murdered. The crow guides him through the land of the living, and leads him to his killers: knife thrower Tin-tin, drugetic Funboy, car buff T-Bird, and the unsophisticated Skank. One by one, Eric gives these thugs a taste of their own medicine. However their leader Top-Dollar, a world-class crime lord who will dispatch his enemies with a Japanese sword and joke about it later, will soon learn the legend of the crow and the secret to the vigilante's invincibility.
Eric Draven and his fiancée are brutally murdered on Devil's Night, a night when the henchmen of crime-boss Top Dollar traditionally indulge in wanton acts of violence and arson. A crow brings Draven's restless soul back from the dead and he sets out to wreak revenge upon his killers.
Rock singer Eric Draven and his fiancée Shelly are brutally killed the night before Halloween, which is also the night before their wedding. Exactly one year later, with the help of a crow, Eric wakes from the dead and takes revenge for his death and the death of the woman he loved. Creepy, Gothic tale with fantastic shots of the city the plot takes place in and a scary, dark atmosphere. The film mostly became a legend because its protagonist, qv##nm0000488##, ironically and "by accident" was killed during the shooting. Still very interesting to watch with a great soundtrack.
Shelly and Eric were very much in love. But no one gets married on Halloween, not in Detroit. Shelly is raped and beaten by city boss Top Dollar's thugs, only to die 30 hours later in a hospital. Eric is shot and pushed out a window. A year later death is no longer what it was as Eric Draven, accompanied by a Crow and gifted with new powers and a world of grief and pain, is brought back to life to avenge his love's death. After all, love is forever. And some of us Believe in Angels.
Episode: One Month in Summer (2014)
June 28, 1914:- Young Foreign Office clerk Alec recounts his delivering a telegram to his German-born boss, assistant under secretary Eyre Crowe, informing that the Austrian archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife have been murdered in Sarajevo by Gavrilo Princip, a member of the Black Hand gang who resent Austrian influence in Serbia. In Berlin another young civil servant Jens takes up the story, reflecting on the German Kaiser Wilhelm's friendship with the dead man. Wilhelm hates the Serbians and sees the slaying as an act of aggression by the nation. He sends ambassador Lichnowsky to London to sound out Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey as to what would happen if Britain and Russia championed their ally Serba but Grey is more concerned with problems over Ireland and, of his cabinet, only Winston Churchill foresees any great danger looming. Grey wants to instigate peace talks among the nations involved but in Berlin Wilhelm and his chief of staff Von Moltke are bent on revenge. Europe is now only thirteen days away from war.
|31.||The Bold and the Beautiful
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.5246 (2008)
Eric and Donna stage an angry break-up in front of Stephanie, so that she will believe that Donna has kept her end of her bargain, a bargain that will keep Storm out of prison. Stephanie crows over her victory, and Donna pretends to be the loser. Elsewhere, Rick surprises Taylor with a kiss. Nick watches as Brooke holds baby Jack in her arms, and tries to convince her that she should come back to him.
(2012 TV Series)
Episode: Ernest Cobb (2012)
The next returning Alcatraz inmate is Ernest Cobb, a crack-shot who shot series of crows and people in different cities all over he US before being arrested. He deliberately shot a guard in the leg to be relocated to Alcatraz, hell-bent on a quiet, private cell. Warden Edwin James sadistically kept denying him isolation, leading to more inside crimes. Diego 'Doc' Soto's knowledge proves invaluable to catch Cobb before he makes his third victims batches before moving to another time, but the stress and danger of the chase make him doubt if he's fit as SFPD partner. Emerson Hauser remains frustratingly secretive and again seizes the recaptured villain for openly hostile 'interrogation', like Jack Sylvane's despite his claim to ember nothing.
(2003 TV Series)
1934, America. The Dustbowl. A fugitive named Ben Hawkins finds refuge within a traveling carnival comprised of a tarot card reader and her catatonic/telekinetic mother, a blind mentalist, a bearded lady, and conjoined twins, amongst others. The carnival is owned by the mysterious and unseen Management, who has designs on the young Hawkins, for the boy is concealing an untapped gift: he can heal the lame and raise the dead--at a price. Ben also finds himself disturbed by cryptic and prophetic dreams, which he shares with a Methodist preacher in California, Brother Justin Crowe. Brother Justin, convinced by his dreams he is following God's will, has begun to practice his own extraordinary talents, although the preacher's plans increasingly lead to disturbing and tragic consequences. In this "last great age of magic," Ben Hawkins and Justin Crowe are moving toward a great conflict between Good and Evil, although it not yet clear on which sides these men will stand.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Milfay (2003)
Oklahoma Dust Bowl, 1934. 18-year-old Ben Hawkins is a young man whom lives with his physically sick, God-fearing mother. After his mother dies from a long illness, Ben unceremoniously buries her in the back yard of his home which is then repossessed for outstanding late payments. Ben is taken in by a traveling carnival troupe (titled Carnivale) and becomes acquainted with the residents whom include the kind-hearted dwarf owner Samson; his right-hand man and head rigger Clayton Jones; Gypsy tarot reader Sofie; the bearded lady Lila; girlie tent owner Felix "Stumpy" Dreifuss, his wife Rita Sue whom Felix solicits to some of the patrons, and their two teenage daughters Libby and Dora Mae; Gekco the Reptile Man; snake charmer Ruthie; Ruthie's son Gabriel, the low-IQ strongman; and conjured twins Alexandria (Alex) and Caladonia (Cat). Ben is revealed to have strange mystical powers of clairvoyance and healing which worry Professor Lodz, the blind mystic of the traveling troupe. Meanwhile in the small town of Mintern, California, an evangelical preacher, named Brother Justin Crowe, receives a sign when a woman vomits up silver coins that disappear before his eyes, that leaves him awakened to the possibility of mysterious powers that he has and it somehow gives him a psychic connection to Ben, both of whom have never met.
Mrs. Jumbo sadly looks on how babies are delivered by stork to colleague circus-animals but as even a baby elephant makes a most cumbersome package, so her so is just last to arrive, but soon becomes a laughing stock for the jealous herd because of his more then jumbo-size ears, so he gets nick-named Dumbo. When she can't stomach the public making fun of her firstborn, she is locked up as mad elephant, and the taunted kid finds himself all alone; well, except for a self-appointed mentor-protector, Timothy Q. Mouse -subsize, yet ideal to scare the jealous herd- who keeps motivating Dumbo. Alas inspiring the circus director to make Dumbo the top (literally) of an elephant pyramid stunt literally brings the house down, so he's demoted to clown. When everything seems lost, they accidentally discover how they ended up in a tree with a bunch of crows...
An American soldier goes west to escape the Mexican War and becomes a mountain man. He is taken in by an old trapper who teaches him how to survive. After unavoidably violating an Indian burial ground, he loses his new Indian wife and their adopted child to vengeance, and a vendetta between him and the Crows ruins his idyllic life as a fur trapper. Gorgeous scenery and a great role for Will Geer in a thoughtful meditation on the American West.
|37.||Resident Evil: Extinction
Years after the Raccoon City disaster, Alice is on her own; aware that she has become a liability and could endanger those around her, she is struggling to survive and bring down the Umbrella Corporation led by the sinister Albert Wesker and head researcher Dr. Isaacs. Meanwhile, traveling through the Nevada Desert and the ruins of Las Vegas, Carlos Olivera, L.J., and new survivors K-Mart, Claire Redfield, and Nurse Betty must fight to survive extinction against hordes of zombies, killer crows and the most terrifying creatures created as a result of the deadly T-Virus that has killed millions.
After the outbreak of the T-virus initiated in Raccoon City, the whole world is destroyed and crowded of flesh-eating zombies, and the humans keep moving fighting to survive. Alice travels alone in her motorcycle through the Nevada Desert, where she meets a convoy of survivors leaded by Claire Redfield with Carlos Olivera and helps them to fight against a bunch of zombie-crows. The group decides to travel to Las Vegas first to get fuel and supplies and then head to the decontaminated Alaska. Meanwhile, in an underground facility of the Umbrella Corporation, the evil Dr. Isaacs is researching an anti-virus to domesticate the zombies and cure people using clones of Alice. When Dr. Isaacs locates Alice through the satellite, he forges an order from the president and the troops chase Alice, while the group of survivors fights against a horde of zombies in Las Vegas.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Twice Stung (1986)
MacGyver is shocked to find Kelly Sutton, a Phoenix Foundation working bee, trying to commit suicide, saying it's to put his three kids through college after losing his life savings in a swamp land deal pulled by never convicted con artist James Crowe. Mac convinces Pete, who couldn't possibly involve the Foundation in such a murky business, to set up a scam to outsmart the crook and win $400,000 back; greenhorn analyst Joanne Remmings, who researches such plots, is grudgingly semi-admitted to take part. First they hook Crowe by pretending Pete is a dirty cop artificially made to win by Mac, thus lured into putting up the cash for a cocaine transaction, which they deliberately make go wrong, and ultimately promise to go steal a fortune in cash from police evidence custody, each time complicated with Joanne...
|39.||The Great Debaters
Marshall, Texas, described by James Farmer, Jr. as "the last city to surrender after the Civil War," is home to Wiley College, where, in 1935-36, inspired by the Harlem Renaissance and his clandestine work as a union organizer, Professor Melvin Tolson coaches the debate team to a nearly-undefeated season that sees the first debate between U.S. students from white and Negro colleges and ends with an invitation to face Harvard University's national champions. The team of four, which includes a female student and a very young James Farmer, is tested in a crucible heated by Jim Crow, sexism, a lynch mob, an arrest and near riot, a love affair, jealousy, and a national radio audience.
(1969 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #23.7 (1991)
The gang arrives in Montana and meets Frances's family. The Count rides a horse and learns to count in Crow, Big Bird writes a poem about how much he likes the place, and Oscar's can is used as a basketball hoop. Today's sponsors: C, S, and 16.
(2009 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #3.4 (2012)
After Buchan identifies the killer's modus operandi as aping the Marquis De Sade,who murdered women after poisoning them with an aphrodisiac, Chandler and Miles hunt for the individual who contacted a firm specializing in love potions by masquerading as a couple. This leads the team to S & M club the Hooded Crow,where Mina almost falls victim to a man with vampiric tendencies. Then two more victims are found,identical in height and appearance to the first two. Chandler over-rules Mina and follows Miles' suggestion that they locate Ella Bowe,who is still alive and provides them with the key to the serial killers's identity.
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Foreboding of a New Adventure! The Puzzling Girl, Apis (2001)
During the storm, a girl escaped from a Marine ship. The report was sent to Admiral Nelson Royale, who is very disappointed that the marines had made this mistake. And explained to them that the girl is the key to obtaining Ryuukotsu, the elixir of eternal life. His servant Erik was given a task to search and find the girl at all costs. It's been 2 days since the Straw Hat Pirates left Loguetown. Usopp spotted a flock of bird surrounding an object at sea. Sanji explained that normally birds would do that, when a school of fish are around. Luffy got excited and used his Gomu Gomu Net to reach out and grab what he thinks is a fish. But it turned out to be a girl who is all worn out. She woke up and accidentally hit Usopp in the chin, and found herself in the mess hall. Nami was glad that she came through, and told her that Sanji is preparing her some soup. The girl finds herself lucky to be saved. Nami asked for the girl's name, but she insists to know their names. So Nami introduced everyone, and right until she mentioned Luffy being captain of the pirate ship. The girl became scared and paralyzed. She didn't eat any of the meals that were offered and sat in a corner thinking that she's in for the worst. Her stomach moaned, so she crept to the mess hall to see what was in the fridge. Only to find a trap being set off. Sanji turn on the light and found the girl and Luffy(who was caught in a large mouse trap). The trap was set, for security measures on protecting the food from thievery, especially when Luffy is the only one on board who tries to steal a snack. Sanji prepared the girl some soup, but she didn't want any of it. Sanji told her that he's not trying to poison her. So she tried it, and found it to be delicious. The girl started to trust the Straw Hat Pirates more. The next morning, the girl tried to make breakfast. But it was all burnt with too much seasoning. Sanji cheered the girl up, that all cooks make mistakes in cooking. He told everyone to eat it all up to encourage her. They all learned that the girl's name is Apis. And she's been adrift on the life boat for 3 days. And escaped from a marine ship. And she wasn't on board it as a guest. As Zoro states that Marines don't take regulars on board like a cruise would. Luffy wondered why the Marines would take a girl like Apis. Apis didn't want to tell them why, so she told them where she's from: Gunkan Island. Located near the Grand Line, and has the silhouette of a battle ship. Since Apis's home island is close to their destination, the Straw Hat Pirates will gladly help Apis get home. Meanwhile a fleet of Marine ships has spotted the Going Merry. The recognized it as a pirate ship because of their jolly roger of the straw skull. The Major of the ship, found the ship's appearance to be weak, so they'll ignore them. But Erik(who is also on board)told the Major that the jolly roger of that ship belongs to the Straw Hat Pirates lead by Monkey D. Luffy, the 30,000,000 Belli bounty head pirate. And for that Erik finds ignoring a wanted pirate to be unwise-able. And insists they seize the ship. Usopp(who's taking watch on the crow nest) saw the Marine fleet coming their way. Apis recognize the division as the one she escaped from. Luffy and the crew learned that fleet is after Apis. A marine spotted Apis with his binoculars, and told the Major that the Going Merry has Apis on board. Erik was pleased to found out that Apis is with the Straw Hat Pirates. And told Major, on how upset Admiral Nelson would of been if he'd ignore the Going Merry without knowing that Apis was on board. The Major got scared for thinking about what would of happened. He orders his men to fire the cannons. The cannons missed, and Major used his megaphone to tell the Going Merry that was only a warning shot, while the next one will hit them. Zoro and Luffy plan to fight off the fleet, while Usopp finds that to be crazy. Apis on the other hand noticed that all the seagulls are parched on ship. And knows that a gust of wind is about to come. So Nami told Zoro to face the sails south. Then the gust of wind came by and gave them a jump start towards south. Leaving the marines behind who are too slow to catch up. Erik finds it pathetic for a small ship to get away from a whole fleet. One of the Marines told the Major that the Going Merry is headed to the one place that is dangerous. So Major ordered the whole fleet to halt and reverse course. Erik wanted to know why the Major would stop the ships from pursuing the Straw Hat Pirates. The Major mentions that if they continued to proceed, they'll get trapped at the Calm Belt. Erik remained Major that if they don't rescue Apis, Major will have to face the consequences from Admiral Nelson. The Major however didn't care what his punishment will be. And won't risk his men to be harmed. Usopp and Luffy cheered that they got away from the Marines in sheer luck. Nami noticed Zoro looking serious and wanted to know why. Zoro couldn't help but feels as if they're not moving at all. It's true as there's no gust of wind at all. Then Nami gave out a scream and realized that they've entered the Calm Belt!
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Lone Island in a Distant Sea! The Legendary Lost Island (2001)
The Straw Hat Pirates and Apis are now taking Ryuuji back to Dragon's Nest, Lost Island. The marines back at Gunkan Island are busy repairing the damages they've caused. Erik informs the major, that he has a hunch on where they'll find the millennium dragon. And insists they head straight to where the Straw Head Pirates are going. Erik made sure that a report to Admiral Nelson won't go through. As he reveals to himself that he plans on getting the elixir of eternal life for him, to become an invincible mercenary. Admiral Nelson however got the report from a marine about Erik's intentions, and is aware of what he's planning to do. Luffy was hoping that Ryuuji would help them on where the island is, but he doesn't show any sign of help. Sanji prepares some food for the dragon, Luffy helped out but burned his hand and the pot landed on Ryuuji's head. Causing it to turn red. Apis and Luffy hurried to take it off his head, but Ryuuji visioned the flying fish as his species. And Apis heard Ryuuji saying that Lost Island is located to the East. So they head east now that they know where to go. Erik got word from the marines that the Going Merry has changed course. So Major ordered the whole fleet to go east as well. Luffy sat on the front end of the Going Merry wondering what Lost Island is like. Usopp and Nami took watch on top of the crow's nest, while Apis accompanied Ryuuji till they make it to the island. Luffy saw what appeared to be a smoking image. And when they got closer it was the shape of a ship, Luffy touched it which became a reflection of the Going Merry. They were all amazed that they're entering an invisible barrier. The Marine fleet was terrified to see the Going Merry disappeared. Major ordered the whole fleet to stop until they confirm about what they've seen. Again Erik finds the Major's attitude to be cowardly and insists on using a lifeboat for him to go after the Straw Hat Pirates alone, since the marines are too afraid to face danger. After going through the barrier, Nami explain it was a mirage that can be created when warm and cold water are mixed. Then they entered a storm all of a sudden. Apis tries to keep Ryuuji calm till they get through the storm. But right till the rope to the cart started to loosen up. Apis got hold of the rope, and Zoro came to help her pull the rope back. Then Luffy used his stretched arm to support the cart. They eventually got out of the storm, which is like a defense wall surrounding the island. And they finally made it to lost island, which is filled with ruins and jungles. Apis tried to wake up Ryuuji, who's still laying on the cart doing nothing. Apis has a feeling that they're not on Lost Island. But they don't think so, unless they explore the island to know so. So they proceed towards the summit of the island. On their way, the Straw Hat Pirates discovered a town in ruins. Telling them that there was once a civilization here on the island. When they finally made it to the top, it appeared to be the entrance to Dragon's Nest. Only problem is there is no door of any kind. Apis however noticed a missing claw on the drawing of the dragon, and believes that the dragon claw that Ryuuji gave her will open it. She was about to put it in, but discovers that she can't reach. So Luffy does the honor of opening the entrance. Before he touched the claw slot, the whole ground shook and they all fell down as it collapsed. They were all OK, and finds themselves inside what they believe to be is Dragon's Nest. Now they must explore the mysterious temple of the millennium dragons. Will they find Ryuuji's species? And what will they do when Erik comes to try to cause trouble?
In a British city, four men have a secret plan. Omar is disillusioned about the treatment of Muslims around the world and is determined to become a soldier. This is the most exciting idea Waj has ever heard. Better still it's a no brainer because Omar does his thinking for him. Opposed to Omar and everyone else on earth is the white Islamic convert Barry. He'd realize he joined the cell to channel his nihilism - If he had half the self knowledge of a duck. Faisal is the odd man out. He can make a bomb - but he can't blow himself up just now coz his sick dad has "started eating newspaper". Instead he's training crows to fly bombs through windows. This is what Omar has to deal with. They must strike a decisive blow on their own turf but can any of them strike a match without punching himself in the face?
(1991 TV Series)
Episode: Circus Angelicus/The Stork (1993)
After a trip to the circus, Angelica stages her own big top, using the rugrats as her three-ring acts.Angelica, informed that babies come from stork eggs, passes this on to the rugrats, who find a crow's egg and try to hatch a baby brother for Tommy.
(1959 TV Series)
Episode: Six Weeks to Bent Fork (1965)
Rowdy eats crow and his regular crew might get no pay, because they show up late to a new owner's roundup. Trail boss Rowdy must complete this drive in six weeks or get no fee, plus the deal includes the rancher's foreman Lash as Segundo. The flexibility and principles Rowdy learned from Gil Favor, conflict with ramrod Lash's attack mode. Lash bulls the steer-men hard, makes good time, and plenty of enemies too, including starving Arapaho, who Lash drives off before they can even plead for some tender beef, for their families back at the reservation. The Arapaho warriors track the cattle drive, for the right moment to rustle what they need - by force. If they take tough old Lash too, Rowdy, nursing cracked ribs, won't mind.
(1962 TV Series)
Episode: It Takes a Big Man (1963)
Judge Garth visits his friend Wade Anders supposedly to buy some special chickens. Wade has two sons Hank and Ben but by different mothers. Hank's mother was a Crow Indian but Wade has never told his sons they had different mothers. Both feel alienated from their father and Hank is ignoring his father. Hank despises all Indians and puts them down whenever he can. Wade asks Judge Garth to take Hank with him to Shiloh to work as a regular hand hoping Hank will mature. Hank goes but this strengthens his feeling of his father not caring. Hank continues to disobey orders at Shiloh and he and Garth decide he should leave. Before he leaves, Hank tells Garth he knows the truth about his mother and belief his father is ashamed of him. In Medicine Bow Hank forces Trampas to kill him in a bar fight as he would rather die than live. Wade and Ben arrive in Medicine Bow as the funeral ends and Wade forces Ben to challenge Trampas for revenge. Judge Garth tries to reason with Wade telling him Hank knew the truth and felt unloved as does Ben.
The church has long known that vampires exist. However, it is discovered that a group of vampires are searching for a powerful doom for mankind. The Vatican then secretly enlists a team of vampire-hunters, led by Jack Crow, to hunt down and destroy the vampires before they find the crucifix.
Since his parents had been killed by vampires in front of his eyes, Jack Crow lives for revenge. As a grown-up, he is a fanatic vampire-hunter who works with a good team in a professional manner. One night, after the successful deletion of a nest, the master vampire Valek successfully deletes his team and the party hookers. As Valek knew Jack's name, Jack knows that the vampires are up to something big. Together with his only living colleague Tony Montoya, Katrina, a hooker who will turn into a vampire soon, and newly assigned unexperienced greenhorn priest Father Adam Guiteau he sets out to find the black cross first. If they fail, vampires can walk in the sun from then on.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: Harbor Division (1973)
Adam-12's current patrol takes them down by the harbor. Their first call is to mediate a dispute between a marine gar bar operator and a customer, the latter who purports that the gar bar operator has been forging credit card chits. Malloy and Reed will only find out if that is indeed the case if they can get into his cash box. Next, they pull over a man with a color television set box strapped to the roof of his vehicle, the box about ready to fall off the roof. However, they find the man a little suspicious in his behavior, which will lead to the man wishing he hadn't purchased the factory sealed "box". Then, they pursue a car, the driver acting suspiciously. They will find that the driver and his female passenger are heading home... or so they say. Next, they pull over a reckless driver, who states that she couldn't have committed a traffic violation since she's a Libra and the stars, which never lie, say that today is her lucky day. Then, they have to deal with an armed drunk perched in a crow's-nest of a dry-docked boat. Throughout their shift, high on Malloy's mind is selling two tickets to an event he can no longer use. He is however reluctant to tell anyone what they're for for fear of ridicule.
|50.||Mystery Science Theater 3000
(1988 TV Series)
When zany mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester and his loopy assistant Frank get bored with their work at the Deep Thirteen research center, they kidnap Joel the janitor and shoot him into orbit on the Satellite of Love. While in space Joel builds wacky robot sidekicks Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot to help him withstand an onslaught of grade 'Z' movies that the mad scientists force him to watch.
Basically it's about a guy (Mike Nelson) and his two robot buddies (Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot) forced to watch bad movies. The story line during the host segments has changed over the seasons, but it is essentially the same.