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VIDEO: Leaving Orlando: Part 2

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Leaving Orlando: Part 2
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Length: 22:03
Aired: 5/7/1997

Hayden reflects on the highs and lows of his coaching career with his closest friends, Luther and Dauber. watch

VIDEO: The Neighbor Hood

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The Neighbor Hood
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Length: 21:49
Aired: 4/16/1997

Skeptical of their sketchy new neighbors, Hayden and Christine find themselves wrapped up in a covert surveillance operation. watch

VIDEO: Upsized

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Upsized
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Length: 22:21
Aired: 4/2/1997

When Doris promotes Luther, Hayden is short one defensive coordinator, a job he thinks would be perfect for the legendary linebacker Dick Butkus. watch

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Isn't That Mom?
I'm Not Going to Say That
McLintock!
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Credits

Year Title Description
1997 Annabelle's Wish Movie, Actor - Grandpa
1997 Teen Angel TV Show Series, Actor - Grandpa Beauchamp
1995 To Grandmother's House We Go Movie, Actor - Harvey
1989 Coach TV Show Series, Actor - Asst. Coach Luther Van Dam
1979 13 Queens Blvd. TV Show Series, Actor - Steven

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News

Keck's Exclusives: The Millers Casts Margo Martindale's Parents

Just in time for the holidays, CBS's The Millers has cast the parents of Margo Martindale's Carol. In the Dec. 12 episode, titled "Carol's Parents Are Coming to Town," Jerry Van Dyke (Coach) and June Squibb (Judging Amy, The Ghost Whisperer) arrive as Carol's overbearing parents, Bud and Blanche.

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Beyond the Turkey: Critic's Guide to Thanksgiving Week TV

Some selective highlights and mini-reviews to get you through the long holiday weekend:

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Last week, she was a hapless office assistant on Up All Night. Tonight, in the same time period on a different network, she's an insufferable sibling who makes Thanksgiving a chore, as Saturday Night Live vet Molly Shannon shows off her range, playing Frankie's demanding sister Janet on ABC's The Middle (8/7c). A holiday visit to Frankie's mom and dad (Marsha Mason and Jerry Van Dyke) becomes a recipe for disaster: "Stir in one broken toy, one passive-aggressive sister and let stew overnight ... Take unresolved issues and soak in alcohol." Frankie insists that "Everybody in one house is what makes holidays special," but anyone who's ever spent the festivities sleeping on an air mattress will relate to this first-rate episode.

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Episode Recaps: "Joy in a Bubble" and "Stole an RV"

My Name Is Earl delivered the goods again this week with a full hour comprised of two all-new episodes The first one featured Earl Jason Lee trying to cross 72 off his list by bringing Joy a hot tub to make up for one he accidentally prevented her from earning years ago I hope everyone already knew that lighters and hairspray dont mix And whats the usual high point of any Joy-centric episode Jaime Pressly of course For the first time ever youve satisfied me in a way Darnell never could Joy utters to Earl after he gives her the hot tub Understandably he leaves out the part about picking up the gift off the side of a road after finding a bum living inside of it Blissfully unaware Joy begins living it up as only she can spending day and night soaking in the questionable spa and indulging in Old British 40s while keeping pickles on her eyes Her life of luxury ends pretty abruptly though when she finds her big toe has become well a bi read more

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