The writer of How to Be a Player turns a hilariously candid eye toward the complex and comical issues of dating, relationships and the ongoing battle between the sexes featuring a happening and sexy cast including Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day, Booty Call), Morris Chestnut (The Brothers, The Best Man), Anthony Anderson (Big Momma's House, Exit Wounds) and Gabrielle Union (The Brothers, Bring It On, Love and Basketball). Shante Smith (Fox) is a beautiful advertising executive who seems to have her life and her man completely under control. Her relationship with Keith (Chestnut), a handsome lawyer, is the envy of her friends, until one night when the girls stumble upon Keith at a nightclub with another woman. Now, Shante is forced to launch her Ten-Day Plan to get her man back in line, save face with her friends and climb back on top of her strained relationship.
A beautiful young woman struggling to make money for college is drawn into the seedy world of strip clubs. Did we say beautiful? Did we say beautiful enough to find prince charming or beautiful enough to fall prey to the dark side?
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Arriving in Hollywood, Jamie King is a young man on a mission: the "Big Time." But it's going to be the "Big Time" via The King's Towers, the aging but once-famous hotel where Jamie works in exchange for room and board. With the right attitude and more perseverance than anyone alive, this upbeat, friendly and decidedly street-smart new talent could move out of the lounge and into the limelight.
In the show's final season, Jamie is poised to break through to the big time at last. It'll take all of his signature charm and ingenuity to get there - fortunately those qualities have always served Jamie well in his never-ending pursuit of Fancy Monroe. Having recently won Fancy's heart, Jamie only needs to prove that his pie-in-the-sky showbiz dreams won't interfere with their relationship.
When Jamie King heads to L.A. to break into showbiz, his first job is singing at a hotel. Seems like a great gig...until he realizes that he also works the front desk, delivers room service, sorts the mail and mops up. In the first season of this brash, bright comedy series multitalented comic sensation Jamie Foxx (Collateral, Ray) plays the Hollywood hopeful employed at the King's Tower hotel.
In Season Three, Jamie's perseverance may finally be paying off, as the limelight seems to be getting a step closer for him. He's gaining notice in Hollywood as he embarks on the process of auditioning, and he scored a major coup - a summer tour with top R&B duo K-Ci and Jo Jo. Jamie's sudden success prompts Fancy to finally admit her true feelings for Jamie, but will it be too late?
In Season Four, Jamie lands a job writing commercial jingles - it may not be his dream job, but it's a foot in the door. The future looks even brighter when, after years of rebuffing Jamie's advances, Fancy breaks off her engagement and admits to Jamie that she loves him. Now, they are learning how to relate as a couple, as they balance their new commitment and their careers.
This frank drama follows the valiant struggle of a woman trying to come to grips with her dark legacy of abuse, addiction, poverty and prostitution.
David and Kari's perfect life is shattered when their 6-year-old daughter is kidnapped -- but their marriage is about to take another blow.
One woman's odyssey through a hellish life of sexual abuse, drug addiction, and crime is resolved in faith in this tough but inspiring drama based on a true story documented by evangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes.
Just Married chronicles the beleaguered romance of Tom Leezak (Ashton Kutcher) and Sarah McNerney (Brittany Murphy), a young couple unexpectedly swept off their feet after their first meeting. Following their wedding, the happy couple sets off - with the highest of hopes and ideals about love and marriage - on what they expect will be the perfect vacation in Italy. Thanks to Sarah's wealthy ex-boyfriend and a relentless string of bad luck, the happy couple experiences a honeymoon from hell that tests the limits of their young love.
The discovery of a crucial mistake in the past brings an abrupt end to a newly married couple's increasingly hellish European honeymoon, but after realizing their love for each other remains strong, they publicly reconcile back home in L.A., and agree to give the marriage another chance.
Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy take the cake in this outrageous honeymoon-from-hell hit comedy that proves love and laughter are the perfect match!
When a corporate overachiever sees her boyfriend out on the town with another woman, she launches a surefire 10-day scheme to win back her man.
With the rent due and his car booted, Sean (Dr. Dre) has to come up with some ends, and fast. When his best buddy and roommate Dee Loc (Snoop Dogg), suggests that Sean gets a job busting suds down at the local car wash, the first order of business is impressing Mr. Washington (George Wallace) the gun toting, dominoes playing owner of The Wash.
The writer of How to Be a Player turns a hilariously candid eye toward the complex and comical issues of dating, relationships and the ongoing battle between the sexes; featuring a happening and sexy cast including Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day, Booty Call), Morris Chestnut (The Brothers, The Best Man), Anthony Anderson (Big Momma's House, Exit Wounds) and Gabrielle Union (The Brothers, Bring It On, Love and Basketball). Shante Smith (Fox) is a beautiful advertising executive who seems to have her life - and her man - completely under control. Her relationship with Keith (Chestnut), a handsome lawyer, is the envy of her friends, until one night when the girls stumble upon Keith at a nightclub with another woman. Now, Shante is forced to launch her Ten-Day Plan to get her man back in line, save face with her friends and climb back on top of her strained relationship.
Hosted by Sheryl Underwood, this week features headliner Rodney Perry and comedians Alex Thomas and Tony Sculfield.
Quagmire meets a woman who's maid for him.
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Malcolm realizes the entire neighborhood has been throwing a block party when the family leaves town for an annual vacation; Hal and Lois participate in a kielbasa-eating contest; neighborhood kids pay money for a chance at beating up Reese.
In the series finale, Jamie and Fancy prepare for their wedding--but Jamie might not arrive in time.
Helen and Junior make a major announcement about the future--and so does Fancy.
Jamie and Fancy agree not to have prewedding parties--but they both plan them anyway.
Series star JAMIE FOXX makes his directorial debut.
Jamie asks Cupid (GARY COLEMAN) for help winning Fancy's love back.
Fancy plans to surprise Jamie for his birthday with a pair of autographed basketball shoes from professional basketball player KEVIN M. GARNETT (himself) of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Jamie fakes illness to gain Fancy's sympathy--but she eventually gets revenge.
Jamie is determined to produce his music video at the hotel. However, Helen objects to the immoral selling of sex that Jamie intends to do.
Jamie imagines that he is in a fantasy world like "The Matrix."
Jamie and Fancy try to be just friends--but that proves harder than it seems.
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