Coach Carter -- Samuel L. Jackson plays the controversial high school basketball coach who benched his undefeated team due to their collective poor academic record in 1999.
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! -- A small-town girl wins a date with a male celebrity through a contest. When the date goes better than expected, a love triangle forms between the girl, the male celebrity, and the girl's best friend.
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Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! -- Rosalee Futch (Kate Bosworth, Blue Crush), a star-struck small-town girl wins a date with the handsome Hollywood hunk Tad Hamilton (Josh Duhamel, TV's Las Vegas). And while it may be Rosalee's dream-come-true, it means complete chaos for her best friend Pete (Topher Grace, TV's That 70's Show). He's the boy back home who's deeply, hopelessly - and secretly - in love with her, too.
Based on an incredible true story, Coach Carter is the inspirational account of controversial basketball coach Ken Carter (Academy Award nominee Samuel L. Jackson), who received both high praise and staunch criticism when he made national news for a gymnasium "lockout" of his entire undefeated team for poor academic performance. With the players, the parents, and the community rallying to get the team back on the court, Carter must overcome the obstacles of his environment and show the young men a future that stretches beyond gangs, drugs, prison and even basketball.
Samuel L. Jackson plays the controversial high school basketball coach who benched his undefeated team due to their collective poor academic record in 1999.
A controversial high school basketball coach benched his undefeated team due to their collective poor academic record in 1999 and would not open the gym until his team's grades improved as a whole.
Famous Hollywood actor Tad Hamilton (soap opera star Josh Duhamel making his film debut) is trying to promote his new movie. His manager (Sean Hayes) and his agent (Nathan Lane) both convince him to participate in a dating contest in order to improve his bad-boy image. The contest is won by Rosalee Futch (Kate Bosworth), an attractive young checkout girl who works at a Piggly Wiggly in West Virginia. When Tad ends up falling in love with her, he's willing to give up big-city life and move to small-town America. Meanwhile, her best friend and co-worker Pete (Topher Grace) is finally motivated to reveal his secret crush on her. Rosalee finds herself in the middle of a love triangle between her closest friend and a dream date.
Rosalee Futch (Kate Bosworth, Blue Crush), a star-struck small-town girl wins a date with the handsome Hollywood hunk Tad Hamilton (Josh Duhamel, TV's Las Vegas). And while it may be Rosalee's dream-come-true, it means complete chaos for her best friend Pete (Topher Grace, TV's That 70's Show). He's the boy back home who's deeply, hopelessly - and secretly - in love with her, too.
A young lawyer from a wealthy family tries to save the life of a woman on death row.
When George agrees to participate in the "Dads of Chatswin" calendar, he becomes obsessed with his body image and alienates Dallas. Meanwhile, Noah, Fred and George all compete for Mr. December, and Lisa discovers Dalia's true motives after she buddies up to Tessa.
When Tessa overhears George break up with his girlfriend on Skype, she blames herself for his failed relationship and decides that
she's going to get them back together. Unbeknownst to her, though, George is really enamored with Tessa's cute art teacher. He
admits to Mr. Wolfe that he's over dating crazy city women, and that he's looking for love in the 'burbs. George decides to embrace
the holiday spirit with a tree-trimming party complete with ex-girlfriend, potential new girlfriend and the Royces, and he soon
finds himself under the mistletoe with a special someone. Recurring guest star JAY MOHR appears as Steven Royce.
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When Tessa tells Dallas that she wants a simple get-together for her 16th birthday, Dallas convinces her to let Dalia plan the ultimate birthday extravaganza at the country club, complete with a live performance by her favorite band, specialty drinks and go-go cages. Meanwhile, George throws his back out and Sheila Shay (recurring guest star ANA GASTEYER) takes it upon herself to care
for him, even though George is terrified of her.
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When Booth and Brennan examine 150-year-old human remains on a centuries-old slave ship, they also find evidence of a much more recent murder.
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In the aftermath of a bank heist gone bad, Mac wakes up in a submerged car with no memory of how he got there, on the fifth season premiere.
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Jack is held captive by Ramon Salazar; Chappelle learns about Jack's drug addiction, then accuses Chase of covering for him.
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When Alan and Judith argue during a rehearsal of a play that Jake and his classmates are rehearsing, Charlie is forced to handle a roomful of fourth graders alone. The kids think Charlie is a loser until they realize he wrote the "Maple Loops" cereal jingle. When Charlie discovers the children know every jingle he's ever written, he decides to use his commercial expertise to craft the play--with some interesting results.
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