Benson and Stabler make a hospital call when a young girl is brought in on pregnancy complications.
Warren G. Harding 1921-1923
Calvin Coolidge 1923-1929
Maggie ministers to the needs of the distraught Mrs. Harding (Celeste Holm) as gossip and scandal engulf the president (George Kennedy). The quiet dignity of President and Mrs. Coolidge (Ed Flanders and Lee Grant) is a welcome relief after the troubled Harding administration. Though Maggie urges her to reconsider, Lillian (Leslie Uggams) refuses to take a permanent job at the White House. Coolidge chooses not to run for a second term and is succeeded by the aloof Herbert Hoover (Larry Gates). As the Depression descends on the country, Lillian loses her job in a fashionable dress shop and reluctantly joins her mother at the White House.
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Harry S. Truman 1945-1953
Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953-1961
The frantic pace of the war years and frequent visits by world leaders take a toll on the White House servants. Now retired, Maggie is quick to respond when Mrs. Roosevelt asks her to return to help with a very special guest. While the creaking old White House undergoes renovation, Roosevelt's successor, Harry S. Truman (Harry Morgan), moves his family to Blair House. The move necessitates a staff reduction, and Lillian is dismissed after 20 years of service. Truman's surprise defeat of Thomas Dewey returns him to office and returns Lillian to presidential service. She goes on to serve at the White House through the two terms of Dwight D. Eisenhower (Andrew Duggan).
A missing sixteen-year-old girl is discovered in an unfinished building on a college campus.
In an attempt to bond with their daughters, Dan goes clothes shopping with Becky, and Roseanne watches basketball with Darlene.
It's getting a little cramped in the Conner house, and they might be getting a new addition soon.
Becky has an embarrassing moment at school while making a speech.
Roseanne makes fun of Jackie for her new career ambition.
Get ready for a purrr-fectly hilarious comedy! A maid is kidnapped and scratches a message onto D.C. the cat's collar. When his owner discovers the message, she plays amateur detective and, with the help of D.C., sets out to find the culprits.
Get ready for a purrr-fectly hilarious comedy adventure starring Christina Ricci (THE ADDAMS FAMILY) and Doug E. Doug (OPERATION DUMBO DROP). When her faithful tomcat D.C. (aka "Darn Cat") brings home an important clue to a mysterious kidnapping, 16-year-old Patti Randall finds her ho-hum hometown suddenly turned into a hotbed of criminal excitement! And when she teams up with rookie FBI Agent Kelso to try to solve the baffling crime ... these would-be detectives follow THAT DARN CAT into some unexpected surprises! Outrageous double identities and sidesplitting misadventures abound in this hit remake of the comedy classic that's motion picture fun for everyone!
This is a fascinating documentary-style film about Academy Award-winning actor Al Pacino's staging of Richard; and his simultaneous exploration of the relevance of Shakespeare to people in every walk of life. Every scene of the play is dissected by actors and scholars prior to us seeing it performed, thus bringing the play brilliantly to life. Pacino's directorial debut takes the audience on a fascinating journey through the actor's process, preparing the audience for classical drama in its highest form. Richard schemes murderously for the throne at the expense of his brother Clarence (Alec Baldwin), his wife Lady Anne (Winona Ryder), his sidekick Buckingham (Kevin Spacey), and just about everyone else who crosses his path. The film also stars Aidan Quinn as Richmond, and includes interviews with F. Murray Abraham, Gil Bellows, Kenneth Branagh, Kevin Kline, James Earl Jones, John Gielgud and Vanessa Redgrave, among dozens of others. The film won numerous awards, including the 1997 Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Documentary.
Al Pacino has a documentary film crew follow him as he works on a production of Shakespeare's Richard III; conducting interviews with fellow actors and participating in dramatic scenes.
Al Pacino stars in and directs this enlightening look at the staging of Shakespeare's "Richard III," the cast of which includes Alec Baldwin, Kevin Spacey and Winona Ryder.
Academy Award, Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Whoopi Goldberg ("Racing Stripes," "Ghost"), Golden Globe-winner Drew Barrymore ("50 First Dates," the "Charlie's Angels" features) and Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Mary-Louise Parker (TV's "Weeds," "Red Dragon") accidentally commit a crime, then end up on the lam in this road comedy. They embark on a cross-country journey that helps them develop something they've never really known before: a sense of belonging and friendship. Co-starring Matthew McConaughey ("Failure to Launch," "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days"), Academy Award-winner Estelle Parsons (TV's "Empire Falls," TV's "Roseanne") and directed by Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Herbert Ross ("My Blue Heaven," "Steel Magnolias"). The Hollywood Reporter calls this an "irresistible blend of laughter and tears... a richly textured script that is strongly character driven, sensitive and plain-out funny."
Three women head west to begin a new life, only to come up short in Arizona when one becomes deathly ill. With Drew Barrymore, Matthew McConaughey.
After accidentally committing a crime, three women embark on a cross-country journey that helps them develop something they've never known before.
Alicia races to court in the middle of the night with Peter's gubernatorial election on the line.
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Frasier pulls off a daring theft.
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A fairly routine rape case becomes much more when the detectives discover a child's finger in the victim's purse.
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The family talks about their life after winning the lottery, glad that part of their lives is over. They order out for pizza and Roseanne suggests saying grace to thank God that Harris beat the odds and that they're all together. Everyone comes by to welcome Harris home: Bev, Leon, Scott and Nancy. They're all pleased when Leon and Scott announce that they've adopted a threeyear- old Romanian girl, and it's revealed that Becky has just learned she's pregnant but has yet to tell the family. And as the extended family gathers around the kitchen table for take-out food, Roseanne looks at each one of them and reflects.
Roseanne and Dan are delighted that Darlene, David and their new daughter, Harris Conner Healy, will be staying with them. D.J. has grudgingly given up his room for them and is moving to the basement. He says he'll have more room to work on his film projects, but reminds Roseanne he was supposed to get her writing room. The family talks about their life after winning the lottery, glad that part of their lives is over.
Dan's estranged mother heads straight to Lanford for a visit after she's released from the hospital. However, Dan suspects she's far from cured and is afraid she's trying to kill him.
Roseanne and Jackie are disturbed about the feeding frenzy among the media since the Conners won the lottery. They're amazed that many of the stories are outright lies. But they're extremely excited about the bidding war for rights to the Conners' story for a TV movie, and Roseanne and Jackie agonize about what they should wear to the meeting. At the meeting Roseanne learns that the producers' main concern is ratings and they want gorgeous actors to portray the Conners, and are anxious to bend the truth to make a more interesting story.
Jackie and Mark attend a female wrestling match, DJ is unprepared when a quiet night with Heather goes farther than expected, and Bev is introduced to a new "friend" named Joyce.
Dan comes to the house to pick up Jerry while Roseanne is out. Later, Dan returns to tell Roseanne he loves her and wants to reconcile. Eventually, she agrees they belong together. They go for a drive and, upon returning home, get a call from Jackie saying she's taken Darlene to the hospital in premature labor. Dan and Roseanne spend the night at the hospital and, when Jackie arrives the next morning, it's apparent to her that they've reconciled.
Once the Wellman Plastics buyout is completed, Roseanne is at a loss for what to do when a mutual attraction springs between herself and Edgar Wellman Jr.
Roseanne makes a surprising connection with Edgar Wellman Jr., the son of her hated former boss, at a Lanford Country Club party. When he reveals some awful news about the future of Lanford, Roseanne may be the only one who can save her hometown.
When Roseanne falls into a deep depression and locks herself in the bedroom, family and friends try their hardest to pick her spirits back up. When their efforts prove fruitless, they stage an intervention to rouse a lethargic Roseanne out of bed.
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