Apocalyptic comedy finds a socially-challenged grad school student as one of the last two men on Earth with a beautiful woman. However, the other remaining man is his superior in every ... See full summary »
Dan Montgomery Jr.
A young man wants to be a female impersonator, but gets mocked in his very first performance by a fierce older woman. He finds out where she lives and goes to her house expecting an apology... See full summary »
Based in Savannah, Georgia, it follows the lives of 3 best friends that have grown up together. Lane Mackenzie left Savannah after graduating for college to become a big journalist in New ... See full summary »
After an unfortunate incident causes him to leave the "family business" and move to Los Angeles, Vinny Pallazzo is living a quiet life. When his nephew, Anthony, moves in with him, Vinny ... See full summary »
As a prelude to full-blown alien invasion, a team of four aliens telepathically linked with their lifelike human-looking android bodies abducts four random humans to test them to determine if humans can make good slaves.
Grown-Ups follows the lives two couples and two singles. How do single friends deal with their married friends as they have kids and get "real" lives? They all deal with Growing-Up and reflect, "How did I get here?!"
delicious Florida babes in bikinis,wet,wild,out of control & dumd.....
i caught this shows pilot late one Saturday night by chance,on a whim i tuned in. it was a rather simple story about a group of young people cavorting about in skimpy bikinis in and around a boat marina/hotel/lounge. it followed there escapades involving love,sex,drugs,drinking and larceny. i admit i only tuned in to oggle the likes of 'denise richards','jeri ryan' and 'meredeth salanger' in various states of undress and ill say in that category it was'nt a complete letdown. the female scenery was delicious,especially ms. richards and ms. salanger,but the plot line was lukewarm and less than paper thin. to bad really,with more thought put into the plot line,it could have been a deliciously campy cross between 'baywatch' and 'miami vice'.
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