The murder of a baby turns out to be a mercy killing because she had a fatal disease.
JoJo's Circus: : -- US Home Video Extra (Clip) from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Ice Age: The Meltdown -- Wii, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Gamecube, PC, PS2, Xbox
JoJo's Circus: : -- US Home Video Trailer from Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Ice Age 2: The Meltdown movie trailer - starring John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Ray Romano. Directed by Carlos Saldanha. Theatrical Release Date: 3/31/2006
David Duchovny returns to television in a comedy series centering around one-hit wonder novelist Hank Moody (Duchovny), who struggles to help raise his 13-year-old daughter, while still carrying a torch for his ex-girlfriend Karen. Every day finds Hank in bed with another woman and two steps back from his ultimate goal: restoring his family. He wouldn't mind to revive his writing career either, if only he could get over his massive case of writer's block.
Becca has news for Hank and Karen.
Hank wakes up in the hospital.
Hank goes to a group meeting at rehab.
Charlie meets with Robbie Mac.
Atticus wants to throw a party.
Discovery by Flo Ziegfeld changes a girl's life, but not necessarily for the better. Three beautiful women soon discover this when they join the spectacle on Broadway. Susan (Academy Award and Emmy-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Judy Garland -- "The Wizard of Oz," "A Star is Born") plays a singer who must leave behind her aging vaudevillian father. Sheila (Academy Award-nominee Lana Turner -- "Peyton Place," "The Bad and the Beautiful") portrays a working girl who is pursued by both a millionaire and by her loyal boyfriend, Gil (Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Jimmy Stewart -- "It's Wonderful Life," "Vertigo," "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"). The mysterious European beauty Sandra (Hedy Lamarr -- "Samson and Delilah," "Ecstasy) struggles with her concert violinist husband who cannot endure the thought of escaping poverty by his wife promenading her glamour in skimpy costumes.
Judy Garland plays a singer who must leave behind her aging vaudevillian father. Lana Turner portrays a working girl pursued by both a millionaire and by her loyal boyfriend (Jimmy Stewart).
Season 6 finale. Hank makes a big decision about his future. Charlie and Marcy also make a decision. The troops are rallied to ensure Atticus makes it to the Greek Theatre for his co-headlining gig with Marilyn Manson (HIMSELF).
Hank and Faith join forces to track down Atticus. Marcy's outing with Ophelia leaves her a little tied up. Karen has an epiphany about Becca.
Hank seeks comfort from Faith, only to find her with someone else. Hank meets two very important people in Faith's life. On the home front, Becca has some big news.
Hank gets a taste of his own medicine with Karen. Atticus tries to recreate rock and roll folklore with one of his biggest fans while Charlie reunites with The Widow.
The reviews are in for the first draft of the musical. Hank looks for inspiration from Faith. Becca contemplates alternate careers. Charlie and Stu join forces to win back Marcy.
Hank returns from his trip to find Becca spiraling, but his plan to help her backfires when they go to visit Atticus and meet his current house guest (guest star MARILYN MANSON as himself).
Karen asks Hank to intervene with Becca. Later, the boys board Air Force 69 with Atticus Fetch, to fly to NYC to present the songs for the Broadway adaptation of "A Crazy Little Thing Called Love."
Ken discovers Charlie's secret. Atticus sends Hank and Charlie on a hunt, so they enlist the help of Hank's daughter Becca. Marcy makes a decision about Stu that is influenced by her man-hating spiritual guide, Ophelia Robbins.
Hank and Charlie meet with Robbie Mac, but the project on the table is a little out of Hank's wheelhouse. Becca demonstrates that she inherited the best parts of her father during a reading of her latest work.
Hank and Faith attend a funeral. Later, Karen finds Hank in a compromising position. Robbie Mac and Ken take Charlie out on the town, which doesn't sit well with Marcy.
Faith, a muse to many-a-rock-star, may be Hank's light at the end of the tunnel. Charlie runs into out-and-proud movie star Robbie Mac and finds himself taking drastic action in order to land the award winner as a client.
Golden Globe winner David Duchovny stars as fast-living novelist Hank Moody in CALIFORNICATION.
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