Kermit and the Muppets are joined by Mr. CeeLo Green for their classic "Bein' Green."
The creator of Moral Orel and Mary Shelley?s Frankenhole talks about his latest stop-motion projects. Dino Stamatopoulos is in the Last Call Spotlight.
Triathlete Jenna Shoemaker runs us through a triathlon and what it takes!
Trying to win a place in the Top 12, Holly performs "How Do I Live."
Carson sits down with musician B.o.B. at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
This spotlight features the documentary "Knuckle" which is about three families in Ireland who have been bare knuckle fighting over the same feud for the last 50 years.
As Hurricane Sandy reaped destruction along the East Coast, a group of military vets from Team Rubicon waded into the storm. Find out more in the Last Call Spotlight.
Trevin returns to his hometown of Atlanta, GA!
Casey talks about how she pursued the guitar as opposed to her family's favorite sport - volleyball.
Casey talks about her edgy style and how her wacky and supportive family is helping her live her dream.
Indie singers Lelia and Suzanna bring their best with "Dog Days Are Over," leaving nothing behind.
Last Call goes inside the world of Dominican baseball, as it shines a light on the new documentary, "Ballplayer: Pelotero."
Death of a Dynasty is Damon Dash's slapstick parody of the industry that made him rich. Dash is the CEO of Roc-a-Fella records, home to hip-hop's biggest seller: Jay Z. The film is a fictionalized account of a beef between Dash and Z over the party chick Picasso, played by the sometimes model, sometimes actress, always disconcertingly teenage looking Devon Aoki.
Discover the sexy all-girl rock band that's a national sensation. "The purrr-fect mix of sexy, cool comedy," says KMAX-TV. Hot newcomers Josie (Rachael Leigh Cook), Melody (Tara Reid) and Val (Rosario Dawson) are three small-town musicians with big dreams but little future. Then fate gives the Pussycats the chance of a lifetime when band manager Wyatt (Alan Cumming) of Mega Records signs them overnight to an awesome recording contract. Suddenly, Josie and the Pussycats are living life in the fast lane with sold-out concerts, a number one single and global stardom. But it's not all limousines and private jets. The Pussycats soon discover they're being played like pawns in an evil plot by the record label's maniacal CEO Fiona (Parker Posey) to control the youth of America.
For years, the record industries have inserted subliminal messages into music so that they can turn teenagers into braindead zombies who do nothing but buy, buy, buy. And whenever the musician or band finds out the truth, the record company silences them to keep the truth from coming out. When the hot boy band DuJour discovers this, their manager, Wyatt Frame (Alan Cumming), under his evil, corrupt boss, Fiona (Parker Posey), has the plane they are flying in crashed and him looking for a new band to use for their evil schemes. Enter Josie (Rachel Leigh Cook), the ditzy Melody (Tara Reid), and the tough Valerie (Rosario Dawson), from Josie and the Pussycats, a small band who wants to make it to the big top. When they are discovered by Wyatt, they give in and become big rock stars. But will they find out that they are just pawns for the record industry or will fame take them over?
Josie and the Pussycats dream of becoming big rock stars. Given the chance of a lifetime by two top music managers, they soon find out that they are a part of an evil plan to put subliminal messages into rock music.
The artists face elimination as the playoffs continue.
Chris Martin advises the artists before they compete head to head in their second round of elimination duets.
Carson and the coaches size up the teams and look back at memorable moments from the blind auditions.
All eight of the remaining artists sing live - and your votes decide who makes the Top 6. Robin Thicke performs.
Blake and Adam's artists sing for America's votes and a trip to the Top 12.
The remaining eight artists sing live, competing for your votes and a trip to the Top 6.
The remaining artists from each coach's team perform live for your votes.
With America and their coaches' votes counted, the eight semifinalists discover who will go to the final round.
In an all-new live show, all of the coaches' top artists sing for your votes - and a chance to move on.
With a trip to the knockout rounds at stake, the artists sing do-or-die duets for their coaches.
A look back at the artists and performances from each team plus a look at life backstage and what's ahead for the battle rounds.
The season champion is crowned, plus performances from Cher, Pitbull and Christina Aguilera, Florida Georgia Line, Nelly, Bruno Mars, Bob Seger and more.
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