Reminiscent of "Harold & Maude" and "Start the Revolution Without Me," this gentle comedy is the story of a man out of step with this world, marching to the beat of his own drum. Quackser Fortune (Wilder) earns his living by following the horse-drawn delivery wagons of Dublin, scooping up the droppings and selling it as fertilizer. Margot Kidder is the American exchange student who finds herself drawn to this unlearned, but not unknowing man.
The 'stars' are enlisted by Rodney Jerkins to team up and write original songs.
David shines as he serenades the world with his song.
ChristopherJohn belts out some of Stevie's classic lyrics while strumming the acoustic.
The boys get some time to talk about the girls, who, by the way, are pretty cute.
Todd offers Lauriana advice on how to keep her cool while performing for Diddy.
The remaining 'stars' get news that Diddy has decided to change the format of the competition.
Grammy Award-Winner, Kelly Rowland, speaks with the contestants and encourages them before their performances.
The surviving contestants celebrate and Jordan acknowledges the improvements he must make to stay in the game.
Liz holds in the mist as she sings 'Big Girls Don't Cry.'
After receiving bad news from home, Omotayo needs support from the housemates.
The final four contestants push forward after the initial shock of the double elimination.
The moment we've all been waiting for! Who will Diddy choose as Bad Boy's newest star?
One week before the season finale, the 'stars' face their final challenge and the judges must send someone home.
The contestants hit the studio with Rodney and see who is strong enough to make it another week.
This week the contestants face a songwriting challenge and the battle tightens down to six.
The competition takes a drastic turn in this episode of 'Starmaker.' See who Diddy sends home.
The competition gets a bit tighter when tempers begin to flare and the number of male performers evens out to four.
The contestants get a lesson in star style as Lauriana ups her game after landing in the bottom two.
This week it's the guys turn to take the stage and Jordan's strength is tested after the contestants' workshop with Laurie Ann doesn't go his way.
When the girls are told they will be the only ones performing this week, Melody bullies Laurianna come song selection time.
P. Diddy is giving 14 singers a shot at fame. These talented artists will be molded into stars by the industries best.
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