Academy Award-winning filmmaker Jessica Yu makes her feature comedy debut with PING PONG PLAYA, a hilarious and warm-hearted tale about embracing one's culture while still breaking down stereotypes. Christopher "C-dub" Wang (Jimmy Tsai) is a suburban guy who sports an urban swagger, waxes political on all things Asian American, and clings to pipe dreams of a career as a pro basketball player. C-dub lives at home, works a dead-end job, and squirms in the shadow of his older brother, Michael, a doctor and ping pong champion. With a family-run store devoted to all things ping pong, the Wangs' entire world revolves around the sport. But when the Wang family livelihood is threatened by a rival ping pong player's attempts to lure the kids away, C-dub begins to take things more seriously. With the National Golden Cock Tournament coming up and an injured Michael unable to defend his title, C-dub must become the player he pretends to be and defend his family's ping pong dynasty.
A first date for two divorced people brings out numerous white lies that eventually catch up with them.
A kid dreams of playing Pro Basketball in order to escape suburban boredom.
While tracking down a ruthless drug lord, a tough-as-nails cop poses as an elementary school teacher and faces his biggest challenge: children! Unfortunately, this hit comedy is much too violent for your little ones!
A comedy about finding your true love at any price. Dylan Ramsey resorts to snatching the beautiful neighbor Lila's dog so he can spend time with her while they go on a phantom dog hunt. Succeeding in his plan, Dylan goes to return the pooch, only to discover that it has hidden Dylan's best friend's diamond ring.
Lost & Found -- A restaurant owner falls in love with his too-busy-for-a-relationship neighbor. Unable to win her over in the traditional manner, he kidnaps her beloved dog and then volunteers to find him.
Lost & Found -- In order to impress his beautiful French neighbor, David Spade dognaps her pet pooch so he can return him and become a hero. Unfortunately, things do not work out as planned.
Todd's life spins out of control when an unexpected friendship with a gay man causes everyone in his life to start believing he's gay.
You'll have a ball with this heartwarming, hilarious comedy! Christopher "C-dub" Wang is a Chinese-American gangsta-rapper wannabe with outrageous, and unlikely, dreams of becoming a pro basketball star. When his ping pong champion brother gets hurt, it's up to C-dub to pick up the paddle and save the family business. But when he's facing off against a devious rival player in the ping pong tournament of the year, will C-dub be up to the challenge? With some surprising help from an unusual group of kids, anything could happen!
A kid dreams of playing professional basketball in order to escape his dead-end job, living in the suburbs, his bossy older brother and running his Mom's ping pong classes.
"Coffee Date" is a fast-paced comedy filled with sexual shenanigans of a misguided kind. Straight-laced Todd (Jonathan Bray) embarks on a blind date with Kelly, but his mundane world is quickly turned inside out when his female date turns out to be a hunk (Wilson Cruz, "Party Monster"). Friends and family - even his mother - not only think he's gay, but help thrust him towards this new romantic endeavor! Surrounded by an excellent supporting cast including comical Jonathan Silverman and Oscar-nominated Sally Kirkland, "Coffee Date" is a refreshing, madcap comedy of errors and the perfect metrosexual date movie.
What if your good-for-nothing brother set you up on a hot date and got the gender wrong? or did he?
Comic David Spade (TV's "Just Shoot Me," "Joe Dirt") stars in this romantic comedy about a restaurant owner who falls in love with his too-busy-for-a-relationship neighbor. Unable to win her over in the traditional manner, he kidnaps her beloved dog and then volunteers to help find him, all the while hoping to gain her gratitude and a date. Co-starring Sophie Marceau ("Anna Karenina," "The World Is not Enough") and Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Martin Sheen (TV's "The West Wing," "The American President").
A restaurant owner falls in love with his too-busy-for-a-relationship neighbor. Unable to win her over in the traditional manner, he kidnaps her beloved dog and then volunteers to find him.
When a merchandising convention comes to town, the gang tries to develop marketable products in an attempt to build the Paddy’s brand.
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A large box with a body stuffed inside leads Brenda in search of suspects, and she winds up with several: a scripture-thumping stepfather, a disgruntled ex-girlfriend, a buddy who was constantly being hit up for money and a landlord who simply hated the victim's guts. Gabriel is studying for the detective exam, so Brenda uses the case as a teaching tool. Meanwhile, Brenda's niece, Charlie (recurring guest star Sosie Bacon), pulls a stunt so severe that Brenda and Fritz are ready to put her on a plane home immediately.
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Vidur Kapur talks about his experiences as a gay Indian and coming out to his family and Michele Balan talks about airport security and going on gay cruises.
George must help Ernie lose weight before Mel Powers (recurring guest star MARK TYMCHYSHYN) fires him. Eventually, all of his friends get involved in helping Ernie become healthier, but not until they realize the emotional reasons for his overeating can they really make progress.
George must help Ernie lose weight before Mel Powers fires him. Eventually, all of his friends get involved in helping Ernie become healthier, but not until they realize the emotional reasons for his overeating can they really make progress.
In episode 102, Kirstie's battles of the bulge continue as she dodges rumors that her weight gain is due to carrying Kid Rock's baby, while trying to land a role in the big-screen action sequel "Charlie's Angels III."
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When a college student collapses after a bout of raucous sex with his girlfriend, Dr. House and his team scramble to figure out why. He's got too many symptoms to add up to just one disease and soon his immune system is so perilously compromised a simple cold could kill him. As his condition deteriorates quickly, House needs to think - and get more Vicodin. But when Wilson nags House about his nasty pill habit it proves extremely useful to House, just not in the way Wilson intended.
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After the children tease him about getting old, Michael pretends to injure his back playing Twister so they will have to cater to his every whim.
Jay and Michael are grocery shopping when they run into Susan Green, former cheerleader from their high school.
Janet and Michael are astounded when their often dim-witted son shines on an IQ test, ranking him as a genius.
Marriage counselors back Michael's belief that he's entitled to some time alone after spending time with Janet, much to her dismay.
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