|1.||That '70s Show
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die (2000)
Eric chases Fez, who came in black lingerie as Halloween costume, onto the roof for a ball and nearly falls off- trying to help him, Fez loses balance and lands in a wheelchair, spying on the Pinciotti home, hoping to see Midge naked, soon joined by Hyde and Eric and believing Bob killed her... A literalism makes Donna fear Eric already lost interest in her, Jackie convinces her she's boring. Red won't open the door because he didn't pay the paperboy in weeks, so Kelso opens but is mistaken for the cheap bastard and viciously haunted and robbed in his place. Feeding Midge's birds proves traumatic for Kitty and next Laurie, who takes it out on innocent Kelso when she finds him in the Forman shower...
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6322 (2012)
Rhys masterly regains Erin's trust by explaining and exaggerating jealous ex Kate vindictively tries to sabotage his relationships, then becomes her study buddy so as to prepare for the surgery course next year. Andrew discovers Corey is Red Cotton's lead singer's brother, sees a chance to become their manager and promises Sophie help distracting Paul so the love birds can meet. Paul grants neither Kyle an advertising discount nor Callum a paperboy raise, so the boys make a secret deal behind his back. Kate manages to enrage Sophie even worse by meddling so as to tip of Paul about her lies, leading to long grounding.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6334 (2012)
Kyle cancels his flyer deal with Callum, who hoped to finance a new video-game by extracting a raise, considering all potential clients already got one, but Paul was informed by a supplier and foots a hefty bill. Callum considers being fired as paperboy a bonus, until Sonya imposes an alternative job, heavy lifting in her nursery. When Karl drops by to complain about Sophie's noisy frustration music, Paul wastes an expensive wine on getting his parenting advise. Sonya's obsession with fertility timing extends from bothersome talk and phone calls to Toadie to installing a calendar program on his laptop, which however proves more reliable then her mixed-up agenda notes, leading to embarrassing scenes at the law firm.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6282 (2011)
Councilor Kapoor is prepared to propose giving PirateNet another chance after pleading from Susan, appealing to his parental clemency. That falls trough after Paul publishes another article on the corruption rumors. Callum's greedy games are found out and cost him dearly: he must become a paperboy to pay for his Internet use. Tasha absurdly refuses to talk to Mike, just Emiliana, until she remembers that her mother drowned while trying to save her, and Mike could only save his daughter.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.6297 (2011)
Although Noah retracts his just allegations towards Kate for Sophie's sake, in stead of gratitude the 'scorned' kid treats him to such a tirade that Andrew can't stand by and tells her he knows the truth for a fact. Toadie finds out Callum's paperboy crimes but tries to help him set it right inconspicuously, only to be found out by Sonya, who complains she always has to play parental bad cop, so Toadie sacrifices his crooked couch.
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: One Hour (2007)
A paperboy is kidnapped and his bodyguards following him on his route are killed. The boy, Jo, is held for ransom that will pay his kidnapper for his promised share of a company revenue by Jo's father, who is in opposition with the FBI. After finally allowing Colby in, Jo's father learns the reasons for his son's kidnapping. Colby is sent on a wild chase to deliver the ransom money and save Jo's life. At each "checkpoint" of the chase, the intelligent kidnapper eliminates another FBI agent from the chase so it is only Colby and the kidnapper. Meanwhile, Don cannot be reached because he is with the therapist. He comes to the realization that he "doesn't need to trust [the agents under him] but they just need to trust" him. This is the most exciting, intense, and creative Numb3rs of all three seasons. You will be on the edge of your seat for the entire episode cheering for the characters.
(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Mr. Monk and the Paperboy (2004)
While delivering Monk's newspaper, the paperboy is killed by somebody intent on stealing the paper. The detective's apartment is subsequently filled with police as they investigate the crime. The invasion of the numerous and untidy cops as well as a visit from Monk's bizarre neighbor rattle poor Adrian, who concludes that the thief was trying to keep Monk from seeing something in the paper. Sharona gets Monk out of the apartment by taking him to the convenience store to buy a paper. Monk pores through the paper, solving unrelated crimes as he reads, despite the interruptions from his annoying neighbor. Another murder, this time of the convenience store clerk, confuses things somewhat. However, Monk eventually ends up on the right track.
When the owner of a minor landscaping service company, Gus, sees Nelson being abused by a group of baseball players, he defends the boy. The paperboy, Clark, tells them that his friend Richie and he have never played baseball so Gus invites them to play in the late afternoon. However, they are challenged by the bullies and they defeat the guys. The millionaire father of Nelson, Mel, invites Gus, Clark and Richie to form a team called The Benchwarmers and they become the sensation of the league, with a legion of outcast cheering for the team. However, when Gus' behavior during his childhood is discovered, the team and fans are affected.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: Training Wheels (1972)
The officers are in a driver refresher course where their driving skills are honed and tested. The department wants to prevent patrol car accidents. Officer Wells has proposed a new strategy to deal with the theft of car accessories that they put into action on their return to duty. They ride bicycles as paperboys to prevent the thieves hiding from the police on patrol by laying down on the sidewalk side of the car. Malloy encounters an irate customer thinking he is her paperboy but the strategy works. However, Officer Wells wrecks his bicycle and has to explain it to the little girl who owns it. Reed hounds Malloy to drive now that they have gone through driving school but Malloy won't give up the wheel. They pull over a man in a VW bus who rails on the police tactics. However, he is carrying a parrot that says "Down with the pigs." Malloy gives the man a warning and both officers have a laugh about it. A call to a break-in at an auto dealership leads to a high speed chase. Malloy backs off on the chase when they think the man is cornered but the man wraps the car around a tree.
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Gatherings (1999)
Daisy decides to throw a party at the flat to avoid working on her writing. Tim reluctantly agrees. Their landlord Marcia, their neighbor Brian, Daisy's best friend Twist, and Tim's best friend Mike are the only guests besides the paperboy.
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: The Gun (2001)
Infomercial presenter Earl Popper passes at O'Neill's and encourages fan Robbie to come up with a gimmick invention to enter it in his TV program and earn a fortune, but that' easier said the done, even for the most inventive Hansen... Syd's nice young paperboy David (12) is brought in with a gun-wound; according to elder brother and guardian Matt, David must have shot himself accidentally with a gun Matt bought after a recent wave of break-ins, but the wound indicates someone shot the kid and he can't move his feet without an operation. Matt asks him where the gun is, as the police asks for it, but... Joanie is tired of cleaning up etcetera for Jim, Robbie and Syd, so she eagerly hires Burt's sister Doreen Dunfey as professional 'life organizer', who presses the Hansens to sacrifice everything that doesn't fit in a lifeboat to a yard-sale next Saturday, which only makes them realize they really care for their memories, and Doreen...
|12.||Max Keeble's Big Move
Max Keeble is just an average teenager. He is the local paperboy who is often ridiculed by the Evil Ice Cream Man, and is also just starting middle school with his friends, clarinet-loving Megan, and obese kid Robe, and his crush, Jenna. They're all continuously bullied by Troy McGinty and his gang, and their school principal, Jindraike, who wants to destroy the animal shelter across the street from their school to build a football field. However, Max soon hears from his parents that his family is moving to Illinois, and Max and his friends decided to plot against his enemies within a week. Following their plan to rid the school of Jinkdraike and Troy and his gang, Max realizes he won't be moving at all.
|13.||Who's Your Daddy?
Nice, nerdy Xenia, Ohio senior high school reporter Chris Hughes (18), paperboy and cool quarterback Hudson Reed's cool pack's punching-ball, can't even get girls to attend a free booze-party. When Chris's biological parents, publisher Peter Mack and nude model Honey, die, he inherits a horny teenager's wet dream: Heaven magazine porn empire, a huge Hollywood 'play heaven' villa and $87,000,000 cash, which instantly makes him Mr. Popularity. However his uncle Duncan 'Duncay' Mack plots with lawyer Michael Hunt, the trust administrator, to cover up their embezzlement and steal the firm while the naive heir parties and barely attends school.
|14.||You Can't Do That on Television
(1979 TV Series)
Episode: Media (1983)
Keeping pace with common advertising ploys, Christine announcers that today's show will likewise be "new and improved," but the only "improvement" visible is the whiter-than-white slime. Lisa, however, comes up with the true novelty to attract more viewers - set Kevin on fire. Elsewhere: Having an uncle with advertising dollars benefits Alasdair at the firing squad. Blip takes a cue from TV advertisers to improve his video games. A newspaper article prompts Schidtler's class to help him stave off teacher-burnout. A burnt out television set sends Valerie to satisfy her racy soap opera fix at the laundromat. Liz gets detention for stopping traffic. Kevin starts up an underground newspaper in the dungeon. New and improved delivery hours gets paperboy Alasdair assaulted on his collection route. And TV sport talk becomes the ruination of both Kevin's conversational grammar and physical comfort.
|15.||You Can't Do That on Television
(1979 TV Series)
Episode: The Not-So-Fair Show (1982)
Christine welcomes viewers to a show focused on unfairness, which right away gets Ross griping about the unfairness of being so much older than Christine. Lisa and Natalie think the privilege of Alasdair being named "Producer's Pet" is unfair till they notice the endless grunt work that accompanies it. Short on vacation money, Mr. Schidtler fails his entire class so there'll be plenty of summer school students for him to be hired on to teach. Starving kids in Burundi find it unfair that relief shipments always contain just spinach, while kids back in America think it equally unfair of them to ship it all back. Mr. Schidtler provides the unjust after-school means for Alasdair to acquire a free dictionary. The magical Un-fairy Godmother grants wishes to kids who alternately want to be smart, fed, slim, unbothered, and not so singled out for the befalling slime. Alasdair's new toy rocket comes with unfair instructions for pre-destruction. Natalie decries the unfairness of always having to wear the same yellow dress when visiting her Grandma. Lance takes an unfair advantage of an over-tipped paperboy. And Christine points out a few unfair appearances of the word "fair" in a few fairly common words.
A down-on-his-luck movie agent (Billy Crystal) goes to a movie site in Romania to be with his only client, his former paperboy. But once he gets there, the kid tells him he is getting a big time agent and that he is fired. Despondent, the agent roams the countryside until he loses control of his car and overturns into a pond where he seemingly is going to drown until a pair of gigantic hands pulls him free of the car. Later he awakens in a monastery and discovers that a 7-1/2' man (NBA player Gheorge Muresan) rescued him. Money dances in front of the agent as he figures ways to get him back to America and into the movies. The giant is only interested in getting to Gallup to see his childhood girl friend. First the agent gets him a small role in the Romanian-filmed movie which earns his plane fare. Then he takes him to Las Vegas where he convinces Steven Seagal (in a cameo as himself) to include the giant in a new action film.
Shep Ramsey is an interstellar hero, righting wrongs, etc. His ship is damaged after a fight with an interstellar nasty and he must hide out on Earth until it can recharge. He leaves his power suit at home, but still finds himself unable to allow wrongs to go unrighted and so mixes it up with bad drivers, offensive paperboys, muggers and the like. Then the family he's staying with finds his power suit and the father tries it on.
|18.||Get a Life
(1990 TV Series)
The misadventures of a 30-year-old paper-boy (played by Late Night alum Chris Elliot) and his wacky parents. Such show topics included the eating of a space alien, a robotic paper-boy and numerous beheadings. Get a Life was also one of the first television shows that featured the killing of the star of the show.
The psychiatrist and host of the radio talk show Talk Line, Dr. Sonny Blake, returns to Rosewood Lane, in Stillwater, one year after the death of her father to live in his house. Sonny was raised with brutality by her father and is a traumatized woman that was submitted to therapy by Dr. Cloey. Sonny's boyfriend, the DA Barrett Tanner, helps her to bring her things to her new home. On the arrival, her next door neighbor advises Sonny that the paperboy is a dangerous weirdo. Sonny finds that the paperboy has broken in her house and might have killed her father, but Detectives Briggs and Sabatino do not believe on Sonny and think that it is her imagination. When Barrett is attacked and is missing, Sonny and her friend Paula Crenshaw call the police but he is not found in the house. Is Sonny freaking out or is the paperboy an evil being?
|20.||The Paper Brigade
Gunther Wheeler, fourteen, a city tough-guy from New York moves to a small town called Pleasant Valley. Gunther isn't making very many friends in his new town. Until he meets Allison Robbins a beautiful blond girl his age, the girl of his dreams. Gunther is anxious to score on Allison by taking her out on a date. When Chad, Luke, and Wylie, a couple of neighborhood bullies give Gunther a chance to see Screamin' Banchees, an awesome band, but the tickets for the concert are $150. Gunther doesn't have that kind of money. So the only way for him to get the money is to work as a paperboy with Charlie, Gus, Henry, and Fish which is known as the "nerd herd."
|21.||The Edge of Night
(1956 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.476 (1958)
Bebe and Polly decide that Kitty is sorry for the trouble she caused earlier. Martin pretends to be sick to avoid working at Mitchell's garage and starts to look for another job. After Polly cancels their plans to go out with Kitty and her friends, a jealous Bebe tries to buy their friendship by offering to take them all to a movie. Martin is dejected to learn from Jack that Jake has just filled an open position. Later, Bebe wants money to take the girls to the movies, but Martin refuses to give it to her as they'll need every penny until he finds another job. Bebe goes to cry on Sara's shoulder. While Sara has her back turned to pay the paperboy, Bebe lifts five dollars from Sara's purse.
(1958 TV Series)
Episode: 9:05 to North Platte (1959)
Pa Jutes and two sons take over the Laramie Marshal's office while Troop and McKay are eating dinner. Pa Jutes asks the paper boy to bring Lily to the office where Jutes holds both as hostages. Jutes demands that Troop take his third son Lester off the 9:05 train. He is on his way to be hanged. Pa Jutes clears the street shooting the paperboy's father in doing so to show he means business. Troop verifies that Lester is on the train and when it arrives takes his clothes and has Johnny take his place. The fake Lester draws Pa Jutes out of the office into the street where Johnny shoots him. Troop kills the two sons inside the office with the aid of Lily and Johnny's spur.
|23.||The Paper Boy
A paper-boy murders an old lady only to lure her family from the city out to the country. As each day passes the paper-boy tries to make friends with the family. Once the family sees what a sicko he is, they banish him from their lives. Then the terror begins.
Pushed by his mother, high school senior Peter works as a grocery clerk and a paperboy to earn money for college. But when sultry Sally invites the sexually inexperienced Peter over for some unwholesome fun, school is the last thing on his mind. Sally and her friend Randy introduce Peter to a kinky world he can't get enough of in this raunchy teen sex comedy.
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #38.6 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Guldhornene (2007), and the DVD box set Star Trek: Captain's Log, featuring various episode from "Star Trek" (1966), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987), "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993), "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995) and "Enterprise" (2001). Also the books Leonardos skygge - mit utrolige liv som Leonardo da Vincis tjener (by Christopher Grey), Gravflab Flink (by Derek Landy), Dæmonen i hælene (by Dennis Jürgensen), and the video games Blue Dragon (Xbox 360), Lair (Playstation 3), and a look at games available from Microsoft's online shop Xbox Live Arcade, accessed through Xbox 360: Paperboy (Xbox 360), Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo: HD Remix (Xbox 360), Bomberman Live (Xbox 360), Small Arms (Xbox 360), and Worms (Xbox 360).
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Dervis ve Gazeteci Çocuk (2014)
A paperboy is murdered in front of Galip's home. At first, it seems like that the murder is happened because of a newspaper, but the two newspapers which were left in Galip's door are stolen. Galip and Hulya reads all the news in newspapers to find some clue. Soon, a man who works in the supermarket where Galip and Hulya bought the newspapers is found dead. Also, Galip's neighbor Hayri becomes involved in the unsolved cases with his girlfriend, Gulten.
|27.||Who Took Johnny
WHO TOOK JOHNNY is an examination into the infamous thirty-year-old cold case behind the disappearance of Iowa paperboy Johnny Gosch, the first missing child to appear on a milk carton. The film focuses on the heartbreaking story of Johnny's mother, Noreen Gosch, and her relentless quest to find the truth about what happened that tragic September morning in Des Moines when Johnny never returned from his paper route. Along the way there have been mysterious sightings, strange clues, bizarre revelations, and a confrontation with a person who claims to have helped abduct Johnny. WHO TOOK JOHNNY captures the endless intrigue and conspiracy theories surrounding the eye-witness accounts, compelling evidence and emotional discoveries which span three decades of the most spellbinding missing person's case in U.S. history.
|28.||Vanished with Beth Holloway
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Imbo-Petrone/Gosch/Berrelez Tips (2011)
Set in Philadelphia, West Des Moines, and Denver. Beth delves into three cold missing person's cases--a couple who vanished from the streets of downtown Philly, a teenage paperboy who became the first milk carton kid, and a little girl who loses her life but leaves behind a legacy of hope.
Eight mildly-connected stories of or around a group of well-endowed naval lieutenants are told: (1) Mike (Henson) awakens, decides to skip school and knot one off before heading out. (2) A sore-assed paperboy recounts his vigorous sexual manhandling by a overly well-endowed customer. (3) John (Davenport) gives his civilian buddy (Chris) a shooting lesson in firearms; but, aroused by the power at their fingertips, both head back to John's apartment to fire their "other" guns. (4) MIke and John D stop at a motel where Mike bets he can nail the lad swimming in the pool. Taking along a video transmitter to prove it, Mike, claiming he's the hotel masseur responding to a paid-for order, pays a call on the kid while his parents are away. The naive kid nervously lets Mike in and receives his first massage (and first all-male sexual experience) as John watches everthing on his military issue monitor. (5) With a new credit card in hand, Mike picks up two friends from the base (Mike Ryan, Jeff Boote) for a Palm Springs trip. Staying over in a nice hotel suite, Jeff espies Mike's "Fundies" (two-person underwear purchased to share with his girlfriend). A dare is made and horseplay ensues (wrestling and tickling), winding down into some 3-man sexual explorations. (6) At a bar, Lieutenants Henson and Davenport discover that the kid Mike seduced at the motel is none other than the admiral's son. Lieutenant Armano reminds Mike about tomorrow's survival game. (7) Lieutenant Quinn, after seeing Lieutenant Rocklin rejected by a bar pick-up, decides to give his buddy a well-needed introduction to erogenous zones, but his lesson soon turns into a full-on erotic seduction. (8) Lieutenants Mike (Henson), Jeff (Quinn) and Rocky play a survivor paintball game, agreeing that whoever loses gets stripped and strung up for the night. Since Rocky is the admiral's arrogant favorite, Mike and Jeff form an alliance to guarantee that it's he who'll get hung for the night like a smokehouse ham.
A young Algerian paperboy with friends and associates of all ages on both sides of the conflict experiences history leading up to the March 1962 independence of Algeria, witnesses ruthless violence perpetrated by French and Arabs, sees his French friends depart or die, and tries to relate to his patriotic French soccer pal to the end.
|31.||Welcome to Grandpaville
(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Runaway Mummy (2013)
It's a stormy late night at the Toy Pott as Old Man Gus (John Swanson) mistakenly takes delivery of an ancient Egyptian Mummy sarcophagus. As the storm intensifies, The Mummy (guest star Marty Moran) somehow awakens from his eternal slumber and gets loose! Elsewhere, Kincaid (Michael T. Lombardi) has a run-in with the neighborhood Paperboy (Matthew Clermont), while Grandpa Potts (Dave Wall) deals with his annoying kid neighbor Duncan (guest star Eric Murphy), before teaming-up with Shelby (Isabella Abreu) and a few of her friends on a wild goose chase to find the Mummy before he wreaks havoc! Sophie Alter (Cassidy), Abby Rain (Maya), and Kailyn Kaluna (Mackenzie) guest star. Michael T. Lombardi wrote, directed, and co-stars in this episode. Mid-Season Finale.
|32.||What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day?
Shot during the summer of 2005, this enigmatic film was the second collaboration between Saint Etienne and director Paul Kelly. It follows a young paperboy's adventure across London's last remaining wilderness in the Lea Valley on the eve of the Olympic development. A poetic ode to a metropolitan hinterland that has been forever changed by the impact of the 2012 Olympics games.
|33.||Point of View
POV's plot revolves around its central character, Jane Bole, an introverted and seductive artist/cleaning lady, who gradually recovers her self-confidence in romantic matters as she strives to come to terms with a dark incident in her past - a traumatic event which she fears may soon be repeated. Jane's bizarre requited romance with across the street neighbour, musician/paperboy Frank , provides plenty of opportunities for mild eroticism and the building up of a strong aura of tantalising mystery and considerable sexual tension as Frank warily but persistently tries to unveil the reasons behind her mysteriousness.
(1984 Video Game)
The object of Paperboy is to deliver papers to your customers while inflicting as much damage as possible to the houses of your non-customers. To make things more difficult, numerous obstacles get in your way including construction workers, rogue tires, skateboarders, dogs and cats, cars, and even the occasional tornado.
(2010 Short Film)
Papelero (Paperboy) is a cinematic Romeo and Juliet story about a Hispanic 'barrio' raised paperboy in love with a rich American white girl who lives on his paper route. At risk of losing his life, the paperboy goes up against all odds for a chance at the American Dream.
|36.||Return to Love Lake
(2014 Short Film)
Travis McQueen is a paperboy in the small, but eerie town of Love Lake, Texas. Upon becoming a victim of love, loss, and deception, Travis loses his touch with reality. Quickly finding love again, he may have made the worst mistake of his life. Just who is this Tracy Summers?
|37.||The Fastest Paperboy in Town
(2004 Short Film)
Ben wants to be the fastest paperboy in town, but with goody-two-shoes Shawn and his "Rocket" bike in the way, he doesn't stand a chance. Ben and his prankster friend Griff hatch a plan to settle the score and show the whole neighborhood who really is the fastest paperboy in town.
(2014 Short Film)
An introverted paperboy growing up in the 1960s has an encounter with a strange house on his route. He immediately becomes captivated with his discovery while the chaos of the times swirls around him and his family. With the future uncertain, the decisions this boy makes now may gravely impact the life he will lead.
(2005 Short Film)
Scripted, shot, and edited in just 51 hours for the 2005 DC 48 Hour Film Project (yeah, it was late), The Paperboy is the action-packed origin of a mildly-empowered superhero who uncovers a white-collar crime. Winner of one of the 48 Hour Film Project's prestigious Audience Awards.
(2007 Short Film)
As we travel deeper into a future ruled by constantly improving technology, the neighborhood newspaper carrier is becoming less of a necessity. Documentary Filmmaker Jay Sheldon takes a look at the paperboy's current place in society and how it has changed over the years. Jay chronicles his own experience as a carrier, providing a glimpse into a lifestyle unknown to the general public.
|41.||Waiting All Day for the Green Face of the Hummingbird (If I Were a Lily)
(2002 Short Film)
A self-absorbed young man, Geoffery Sherman, is obsessed with solitude and the control it gives him. Following the news of his mother's death, an antagonistic paperboy challenges Geoffery to face his fear of the outside world. His security is disrupted and Geoffery's relationship with his wife spins out of control. After losing command over his wife, Geoffery finds sanctuary in a passive mistress. Taking an aggressively dynamic turn, the women in his world become impossible to placate and Geoffery's world spirals into a darkly comedic scenario of internal conflict.
In this modern day suburban tale, a short-tempered homeowner is determined to put a stop to the madness of a rebellious paperboy. This fast-paced action-adventure will make you think twice before dissing your printed media delivery representative.