Ellen clip - starring Ellen DeGeneres, David Anthony Higgins, Joely Fisher, Clea Lewis, Jeremy Piven.
An assassination attempt thrusts a detective into a murder case with 14,000 potential suspects and a deadly conspiracy where nothing is what it appears to be. Believe everything except your eyes!
ELLEN mixes Ellen DeGeneres' brand of comedy with situational humor to deal with the drama and excitement of real life. Guest stars in this season include Martha Stewart, Carrie Fisher, Kathy Griffin, Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Kane, Janeane Garofalo, and Kathy Najimy.
Ellen, the hit Touchstone Television comedy, focuses on the life of Ellen Morgan (Ellen DeGeneres), a single woman living in Los Angeles, and her kind-hearted, but occasionally clumsy, handling of people and matters that come careening into her life.
Last season, Ellen Morgan's (DeGeneres) world was rocked when an earthquake hit the City of Angels, destroying Buy the Book, her struggling literary cafe. This year, Ellen experiences an internal upheaval, compelling her to re-evaluate her life and take the road less traveled, a path full of comic complications.
This season finds Ellen having come to grips with the fact that she is gay, which is liberating yet terrifying for her at the same time. The people closest to Ellen don't always make things easier either. Her best friend, Paige (Joely Fisher), a rising Hollywood executive, and her cousin, Spence (Jeremy Piven), are still a couple, which sometimes puts Ellen in the middle.
Snake Eyes -- Set in Atlantic City, an assassination attempt thrusts a detective (Nicolas Cage) into a murder case with 14,000 potential suspects and a deadly conspiracy where nothing is what it appears to be.
American Horror Story revolves around The Harmons, a family of three who moved from Boston to Los Angeles as a means to reconcile past anguish. From executive producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk (Nip Tuck) and Dante Di Loreto (Temple Grandin).
Set in Atlantic City, an assassination attempt thrusts a detective (Nicolas Cage) into a murder case with 14,000 potential suspects and a deadly conspiracy where nothing is what it appears to be.
In the Season 5 premiere, a few years have passed and Hank is living in New York but looking for a ticket out of town after his latest breakup. He accepts an invitation from Charlie to come to Los Angeles for a job writing a film starring rapper/actor Samurai Apolcaypse, then reunites with Karen, her former professor and now-husband Richard, and his daughter Becca, who now has a boyfriend named Tyler that is the spitting image of Hank himself ... in the worst possible way.
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Constance schemes to raise Tate's baby as her own.
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Moira persuades a prospective buyer to make an offer. Constance and Larry work against her efforts. Vivien and Luke grow closer.
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Mike feels let down when his daughters aren't into celebrating Halloween with him the way they used to. He decides that his two-year-old grandson, Boyd, can be his perfect trick or treat partner. But Kristin, Boyd's mother, adamantly tells him that she doesn't want her son to go out on Halloween. Mike sneaks him out -- with a plan to get the child home before Kristin gets back from work. When Mike, dressed as John Wayne from "The Green Berets," gets to Ed's house with Boyd, they are greeted at the door by Ed's lady friend, Elvira (guest star Cassandra Peterson).
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After putting the house back on the market, Vivien learns about its first residents. Ben’s visitor causes him to further unravel. Constance and Moira’s history is revealed.
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Reese pretends to be a vegetarian; Hal decides to teach Dewey a lesson about the game of "Life"; and Malcolm talks Craig into standing up to Lois... and then regrets it.
When Hal's health insurance lapses for a weekend, he tries hard to keep everyone safe without letting them know why; and Lois thinks Craig is the anti-union snitch at the Lucky Aide.
Malcolm gets promoted to a position promoting the Lucky Aide from atop a pair of stilts; Hal tries to make up for accidentally blowing the household budget on a phone-sex line.
Indecisive Hal is chosen to make a life-or-death decision for a neighbor he hardly knows; and Malcolm, Reese, and Dewey coach Craig on fighting his arch-enemy: his macho, athlete father.
Malcolm uses his illegal gambling profits to buy a junk car, which quickly takes over his life; Hal discovers a talent for hair styling; and Lois discovers Craig is having an affair with the boss' wife.
Malcolm and Lois clash over an offensive advertising standee at the drug store; and Hal battles a garbage man who refuses to pick up a large item from the family's trash.
Polly begins dating Abe and Craig; Malcolm refuses to believe in the power of Dewey's lucky shirt; the ranch hands make fun of Francis; and Lois takes the kids to a baseball convention.
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