Uncle Jack says he'll bail the family out of its financial problems if he can have some company for Valentine's day--and his sights are set on Lindsay.
Hank seeks a happy pill to solve his problems, and Dale plays the happy pill theme song.
Michael and Gob have an uncomfortable lunch with their ladies.
Anna Faris is Ally Darling, who after reading a magazine article that leads her to believe she's going to be forever alone, begins a wild search for the best "ex" of her life.
Stephens Davies - self help guru - challenges Peggy's grasp on her life and family.
Streep turns in another exciting performance in this broad comedy about an ordinary housewife with revenge on her mind when her husband leaves her for a beautiful successful romance novelist.
Michael works on getting the shares back from Lucille Two while Tobias tries to improve the neighborhood of his new club.
An eccentric New Yorker played by Larry David abandons his upper class life to lead a more bohemian existence. He meets a young girl from the south and her family and no two people seem to get along in the entanglements that follow.
Lucille tries to get Michael to bid on her at the upcoming charity auction, while Lindsay tries to borrow a fur coat for her date.
Dale takes it up on himself to "upgrade the entertainment value of the alley with a soundtrack" by playing a keyboard.
In Silicon Valley, the right algorithm can make you a king. And these four friends think they've finally cracked the code.
Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in the outrageously funny comedy that asks: can 19 wrongs make Mr. Right? When Ally Darling (Faris) reads an article that leads her to believe she’s going to be alone forever, she begins a wild search to find the best “ex” of her life. But Ally’s quest to reconnect with her former lovers goes hilariously awry, from a puppeteer who’s more wooden than his puppet to a gynecologist with a “spotty”memory. Through it all, Ally might just find the man of her dreams in the last place she ever expected.
A woman looks back at the past twenty men she's had relationships with in her life and wonders if one of them might be her one true love.
Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in the outrageously funny comedy that asks: can 19 wrongs make Mr. Right? When Ally Darling (Faris) reads an article that leads her to believe she's going to be alone forever, she begins a wild search to find the best "ex" of her life.
Whatever Works explores the relationship between a crotchety misanthrope, Boris (Larry David) and a naïve, impressionable young runaway from the south, Melody (Evan Rachel Wood). When Melody's uptight parents arrive in New York to rescue her, they are quickly drawn into wildly unexpected romantic entanglements. Everyone discovers that finding love is just a combination of lucky chance and appreciating the value of "whatever works."
Larry David, Evan Rachel Wood and Patricia Clarkson star in Woody Allen's sharp new comedy about living the life you always dreamed and finding love doing Whatever Works.
WHATEVER WORKS explores the relationship between a crotchety misanthrope, Boris (Larry David), and a naive, impressionable young runaway from the south, Melody (Evan Rachel Wood). When Melody's uptight parents arrive in New York to rescue her, they are quickly drawn into wildly unexpected romantic entanglements. Everyone discovers that finding love is just a combination of lucky chance and appreciating the value of "whatever works."
Lazy stoner Dale Denton (Seth Rogen) has only one reason to visit his equally lazy dealer Saul Silver (James Franco): to purchase weed, specifically, a rare new strain called Pineapple Express. But when Dale becomes the only witness to a murder by a crooked cop (Rosie Perez) and the city's most dangerous drug lord (Gary Cole), he panics and dumps his roach of Pineapple Express at the scene. Dale now has another reason to visit Saul: to find out if the weed is so rare that it can be traced back to him.
Process Server Dale Denton has a grudging business relationship with the laconic Saul Silver, deigning to visit only to purchase Saul's primo product, a rare new strain of pot called Pineapple Express. But when Dale becomes the only witness to a murder by a crooked cop and the city's most dangerous drug lord, he panics and dumps the Pineapple Express at the scene. When it's traced back to him, Dale and Saul run for their lives? and they quickly discover that they're not just suffering from weed-fueled paranoia. If they survive, these two just might become real friends.
Mr. Mayor (Kyle MacLachlan) unveils Portland's official 3D Printer. Santa is concerned about the future of Christmas. A minister (Ed Begley Jr.) reminds us that church is an option.
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From PBS: From George Clooney on “ER” to Richard Chamberlain on “Dr. Kildare,” television’s long love affair with doctors and nurses shows no signs of letting up. Noah Wyle, Anthony Edwards, Gloria Reuben and Eriq LaSalle open up about the secrets of “ER”; Howie Mandel, Ed Begley Jr. and Christina Pickles revisit “St. Elsewhere.” The episode also features the final interview with Chad Everett of “Medical Center” before his recent death.
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Armed with insider information from Jordan, Trey must decide whether or not to sell BRB. He mends fences with Murch and seeks his advice after the rest of the team votes to take Casper's deal.
Having turned his back on the Murch, Trey arrives in L.A. to run the Silicon Beach investor circuit with Victoria. Back in San Francisco, Mitchell accompanies Nash to Michael Lau's birthday bash, and Hobbes gets closer with Trevor's mom, Joanne.
When a scandal puts the Murch on ice, BRB's potential investors begin to pull out. Desperate, Trey must turn to an unlikely source for help, even if it means straining his relationship with Murch. Meanwhile, Mikki's wayward mother drops in unexpectedly, hoping to pick up right where they left off.
When BRB receives a lukewarm response from investors at Demo Day, Trey and Nash must choose between conflicting courses of action in order to secure the future of their company. Meanwhile, both Nash and Mitchell are forced to evaluate their personal lives and face some inner truths.
With the team in disarray before Demo Day, Murch sends Trey and the boys to a team-building retreat in the woods. Once there, they quickly reject the retreat's itinerary and go rogue. In the end, their trip yields insights into the future of BRB and brings them closer together, in ways they never expected.
Trey realizes that BRB does not have enough female users to fulfill his vision and despite pressure from Nash to focus on BRB's strengths, Trey is unwilling to alter his vision. Meanwhile, Hobbes spirals out of control leaving the team needs to figure out how best to deal with his increasingly volatile behavior.
When BRB is hacked right after the beta launch, Trey and Hobbes get to know each other better as they desperately search the city for their prime suspect. Meanwhile, Mikki takes care of an anxious Mitchell after he runs out of Adderall.
In the aftermath of Trey and Lisa's hookup, Trey tries to get some clarity on their relationship while Lisa tries to stand up to The Murch. Meanwhile, Mitchell worries that Murch is going to buy, and ruin, his beloved indie wrestling league.
Nash's parents visit the guys and demand that Nash go on a blind date with a girl they've chosen for him. With an investment from Nash's parents at stake, Trey and Lisa must accompany Nash on his date.
After getting to know the level of competition inside The Murch's Accelerator, Trey defies Lisa by reaching out to a prominent tech blogger, hoping to generate press for BRB's beta launch. When the plan backfires, it threatens the team's future.
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