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VIDEO: Rose, Portrait of a Woman

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Rose, Portrait of a Woman
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Length: 11:02:02
Aired: 3/7/1992

It's Miles birthday and Rose is planning on giving him a golf club. However, Blanche gives her an idea that would spice up her relationship - naughty pictures. Meanwhile, Dorothy begins a new job. watch

VIDEO: A Midwinter Night's Dream (Part 1)

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A Midwinter Night's Dream (Part 1)
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Length: 23:00
Aired: 3/7/1992

Blanche throws a Moonlight Madness party. watch

VIDEO: Good-bye Charlie

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Good-bye Charlie
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Length: 45:00
Aired: 4/18/2000

A white teenager involves his African-American girlfriend in his parents' murder; Medavoy's old friend, a hotel manager, fears that one of his guests is spending a wiseguy's money. watch

Videos

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Frances (1982) -- (Movie Clip) You Have To See Things
Frances (1982) -- (Movie Clip) God Was Gone

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Credits

Year Title Description
2010 Pol Pot's Birthday TV Show Series, Actor - Pol Pot
2006 Crank Movie, Actor - Don Kim
2005 American Dragon TV Show Series, Voice - Grandpa
2004 Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi TV Show Series, Voice - Kaz
2003 Legally Blonde 2 Movie, Actor - Committee Clerk

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John from Nowhere: Good Riddance

Made sense that in the last moments of HBO's misbegotten John from Cincinnati, Ed O’Neill was finally reunited with his AWOL avian friend Zippy. If ever there was a show that was for the birds, it was this birdbrained mishmash of half-baked, foulmouthed, anti-dramatic allegorical nonsense.Over the last week, I attempted to catch up with last month’s episodes, hoping against hope that I’d at last see what I was supposed to be seeing in this smugly opaque world of cryptic utterances from annoyingly mannered characters. (And I thought, maybe like other HBO series, in particular the superior Wire, this could be one of those shows that plays better if you watch several hours back-to-back.) The result: torture. I made it maybe halfway through each hour before zoning out in a state of utter boredom and contempt. Forget confusion — that part of the equation left the station long ago. I was merely hoping to be entertained a little. In vain, as it turned out.At least the ... read more

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