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VIDEO: Home Care

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Home Care
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 46:13
Aired: 10/19/1995

Jessica's concern for her bedridden friend grows when a new nurse suspected of committing mercy killings begins working at the hospital. watch

VIDEO: Fatal Obsession Pt. 2

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Fatal Obsession Pt. 2
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Length: 48:21
Aired: 1/9/1991

Hunter tracks down a cop killer. watch

VIDEO: Fatal Obsession Part 2

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Fatal Obsession Part 2
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 49:00
Aired: 1/9/1991

Joanne Molenski, is killed, serial murder expert Chris Novak agrees to further postpone her leave of absence in order to help Hunter track the killer, who appears to be tied to the murders of police officers in six other cities. watch


Blue Velvet: Strange World Redux
Adam Shankman: The Wedding Planner
Blue Velvet: Depression

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Finder's Fee
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Finder's Fee
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A Simple Christmas
Thanksgiving 2
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TV Listings



Year Title Description
2003 Finder's Fee Movie, Actor - Mrs. Darmstetter
2001 The Wedding Planner Movie, Actor - Dottie
2001 The Operator Movie, Actor - Mrs. Sloan
1999 Inspector Gadget Movie, Actor - Thelma
1999 Sparkler Movie, Actor - Raspy

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Wednesday TV in Review: Chelsea, Face Off, Middle, Harry and More

Knock knock. Who's there? Chelsea. Chelsea who?

No, make that Chelsea why? The answer to the question posed in NBC's squalid new sitcom Are You There, Chelsea? (8:30/7:30c) is "not really." Based on late-night spitfire Chelsea Handler's potty-mouthed party-girl memoirs — but dropping the Vodka from the title because that might be, you know, offensive — this smutty but toothless misfire puzzlingly reduces Handler to a supporting role: that of a mousy, whiny born-again sister to the fictional Chelsea, played by That '70s Show's Laura Prepon with a one-note husky-voiced crassness that grows stale long before the first scene (in a women's jail cell) ends with Glee's Dot Marie Jones leering at Chelsea. Which is maybe the only sexual advance Chelsea spurns. As long as she can be on top. Which she mentions a lot.

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