Bewitched movie trailer - starring Michael Caine, Nicole Kidman, Will Ferrell, Shirley MacLaine, Jason Schwartzman. Directed by Nora Ephron. Theatrical Release Date: 6/24/2005
Conan discusses his time at the Harvard Lampoon.
Conan was a congressional intern. No, really!
Conan shares his ominous first day as a writer for The Simpsons.
SNL has played a huge part in the lives of many guests and Conan is no exception.
The Simpsons must kill Mr. Burns, the head vampire.
Storytelling movie trailer - starring John Goodman, Selma Blair, Leo Fitzpatrick, Noah Fleiss, Robert Wisdom, Aleksa Palladino. Directed by Todd Solondz. Genre: Comedy
Homer's punishment for making a deal with the devil is sweet and tasty.
Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman (Best Actress in a leading role, The Hours, 2002) and wickedly funny Will Ferrell star as actors playing Darrin and Samantha on a remake of the television show "Bewitched"in this cleverly crafty comedy from director Nora Ephron (Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail). Egomaniacal star Jack Wyatt (Ferrell) casts unknown Isabel (Kidman) as his co-star in order to monopolize the limelight and regain his top spot on Hollywood's A-list. When Isabel, a real witch, discovers Jack's self-centered scheme, she conjures a sidesplitting spell the mere mortal will never forget!
Oscar(r)-winner Nicole Kidman and wickedly funny Will Ferrell star as actors playing Darrin and Samantha on a remake of the television show "Bewitched" in this cleverly crafty comedy from director NoraEphron.
A movie star whose career has declined agrees to star in a film version of the once-popular television series Bewitched. An unknown actress Isabel Bigelow is cast to be Samantha -- except like her fictional counterpart, Isabel really is a witch.
From Todd Solondz, the critically acclaimed director of "Welcome to the Dollhouse" comes a film comprised of two separate stories set against the sadly comical terrain of college and high school, past and present. Following the paths of its young hopeful/troubled characters, it explores issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation.
From Todd Solondz, comes a film comprised of two separate stories set against the sadly comical terrain of college and high school, past and present.
From Todd Solondz, the director of Welcome to the Dollhouse comes a film comprised of two separate stories set against the sadly comical terrain of college and high school, past and present. Following the paths of its young hopeful/troubled characters, it explores issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation.
The tale of a young New York City publishing magnate who finds himself on an unexpected roller-coaster ride of romance, comedy, suspicion, love, sex and dreams in a mind-bending search for his soul.
A successful publisher finds his life taking a turn for the surreal after a car accident with a jaded lover.
When Marc accidentally steals a joke from another comedian, he feels guilty. That guilt is put to the test when the comic insists Marc help his career in return.
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CeeLo and the Goodies prepare for an appearance on CONAN, and T-Mo and Khujo convince the guys to help them pitch a children's cartoon that leaves everyone speechless. Conan O'Brien guest-stars.
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Kimmie's boyfriend, James (recurring guest star Nate Torrence), breaks up with her when she admits that Richard kissed her. She's torn between trying to get James back or telling Richard how she really feels about him. Meanwhile, a visit from Richard's autocratic dad, Rupert Royce (guest star Charles Shaughnessy – The Nanny), throws the firm into chaos over who will be getting the next big promotion, and Marika struggles to find a way to tell her friends she's gay.
Kimmie celebrates her first Valentine's Day with a boyfriend (recurring guest star Nate Torrence), but work intervenes and, later, Richard sends her mixed messages about their relationship. Meanwhile, Marika gets a different message of her own when new friend, Frankie (guest star Hana Mae Lee – Pitch Perfect), hits on her and Kendall hosts a sex toy party in honor of the holiday.
After law firm big wig Porter Warner (guest star BOB SAGET) advises Kimmie to act more professional, she starts calling herself "Kimberly" and looks to Kendall for advice. But friends Helen-Alice and Marika fear that the new and improved Kimmie may be too cool for their 10th annual Cookie Prom, a celebration of their disastrous high school prom.
When Richard's hard-partying ex, Lucinda (guest star ROBIN McLEAVY – Hell on Wheels, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter), turns up in New York City, they hook up and he falls off the wagon. Kimmie and Kendall team up to show Richard that Lucinda is a bad influence. Meanwhile, Ruby (recurring guest star DAN AHDOOT) asks Marika out and she assumes it's a date. She's shocked when he tells her he just wanted a wing woman and he's always assumed that she is gay.
After Kimmie loses her virginity to James (recurring guest star NATE TORRENCE) and the pair begin having sleepover dates, Marika and Helen-Alice feel miffed that their friend suddenly has no time for them. Meanwhile, Kendall, feeling a little lonely since her breakup with Richard, stoops to a new low - hanging out with Marika and Helen-Alice.
After her breakup with Richard, Kendall takes her anger out on Kimmie — so much so that Brian Headfoot, the firm's frazzled head of Human Resources (guest star Fred Armisen – Saturday Night Live, Portlandia), is called in to broker a truce between them. Meanwhile, Marika and Helen-Alice agree to let Jazmine's vapid friends Heidi (recurring guest star Carrie Wiita) and Hayley (recurring guest star Riki Lindhome) give them a makeover at their new salon.
Kimmie taps into her alter ego, "Lil' Big Kim," to convince famous rap artist Miss T (guest star DANIELLE MONÉ TRUITT) - who hates all lawyers - to sign with the firm. Meanwhile, Miss T's bodyguard, Antwan (guest star LAVELL CRAWFORD – Breaking Bad), takes a shine to Kimmie when she ends up taking the whole gang to an exclusive club in an attempt to seal the deal.
Kimmie invites James (recurring guest star NATE TORRENCE) to her place for a dinner party. What could go wrong? Lots, especially when neighbors Dan (recurring guest star JOHN GEMBERLING), Benji (recurring guest star PAUL RUST) and Ruby (recurring guest star DAN AHDOOT) volunteer their catering services, and sister Jazmine (recurring guest star ASHLEY TISDALE) and her new hubby Jason (recurring guest star DARIN BROOKS) show up very drunk.
Richard reluctantly drives Kimmie, Marika and Helen-Alice to a remote cut-your-own Christmas tree lot upstate, but the trip over the river and through the woods goes terribly wrong when Marika gets them lost and they run out of gas on Christmas Eve. They think they're saved when they find a beautiful cabin miraculously stocked with a holiday feast — until the cranky old man who lives there (guest star Paul Dooley – The Practice, Sixteen Candles) shows up. Meanwhile, Kendall goes it alone with her frosty parents, Spencer (guest star Alan Ruck – Spin City, Ferris Bueller's Day Off) and Lydia (guest star Mo Gaffney – That '70s Show).
When Peter and Quagmire discover that their singing voices create beautiful harmony together, they form a singing/songwriting team, in the vein of Simon and Garfunkel. However, tensions run high when fame gets to Peter’s head.
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