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The guys talk about what they did after the party at Lobby, and what they think about Ty and Whitman being stood up.
Is there such thing as the girl next door in Hollywood? The guys share their thoughts on L.A. girls, and what they look for in the opposite sex.
Greg talks about his girlfriend Haylie, his loyalty to his friends, and how he keeps a level head in the high pressure world of Hollywood.
From hip-hop to punk rock, the guys walk us through the music scene in Los Angeles.
Twentyfourseven's resident filmmaker talks about his movie 'Miles From Home', his friendships with the guys, and his long standing crush.
Chris talks about facing his demons and gives us an inside perspective of life behind bars.
The guys give their take on Whitman's relationship with Shayne.
Whitman talks about the first time he knew he wanted to be professional musician, plus why his relationship with Shayne went sour.
Greg discusses how he and his family dealt with the news that his older brother Chris has been locked up in jail.
The guys give an insider's guide to why the dating scene is so rough in Hollywood.
Miles beneath the streets of Los Angeles lies the heavily fortified headquarters of ‘The Factory,’ an elite espionage cell unacknowledged by the U.S. government, staffed by unofficial covert operatives, and balanced by competing teams of lethal killers. But when a rogue agent murders their boss, the facility’s lockdown self-destruct mechanism is instantly activated. Now the clock is ticking, the only escape route is unknown, and our nation’s most eccentric assassins have been given their final order: Terminate each other on sight. Zach Galifianakis (THE HANGOVER), Rob Corddry (HOT TUB TIME MACHINE), Ellen Barkin (OCEAN’S THIRTEEN), Ving Rhames (PULP FICTION), Emile de Ravin (LOST), Maggie Q (MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III), Adam Scott (PARTY DOWN) and Jeffrey Tambor (ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT) star in this savage action comedy about issues of national security, violent uses for office supplies, and the explosive mission codenamed Operation: Endgame.
Two rival teams of assassins. One killer day at the office. An all-star cast including Rob Corddry, Ellen Barkin, Zach Galifianakis, Ving Rhames, and Jeffrey Tambor fight to the death to be the last man standing in this hilarious action comedy!
Miles beneath the streets of Los Angeles lies the heavily fortified headquarters of 'The Factory,' an elite espionage cell unacknowledged by the U.S. government, staffed by unofficial covert operatives, and balanced by competing teams of lethal killers. But when a rogue agent murders their boss, the facility's lockdown self-destruct mechanism is instantly activated. Now the clock is ticking, the only escape route is unknown, and our nation's most eccentric assassins have been given their final order: Terminate each other on sight. Zach Galifianakis (THE HANGOVER), Rob Corddry (HOT TUB TIME MACHINE), Ellen Barkin (OCEAN'S THIRTEEN), Ving Rhames (PULP FICTION), Emile de Ravin (TV's LOST), Maggie Q (MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III), Adam Scott (TV's PARTY DOWN), and Jeffrey Tambor (TV's ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT) star in this savage action comedy about issues of national security, violent uses for office supplies, and the explosive mission codenamed Operation: Endgame.
Set in the land of academia, a place where both Lawrence and Vanessa have taken refuge and plunged themselves into as escape from the external world. In spite of their high IQs, both father and daughter are equally clueless when it comes to navigating relationships. This becomes obvious as Vanessa develops a lineblurring relationship with her uncle, and Lawrence stumbles in romancing his doctor. If Vanessa wants a shot at happiness and Lawrence wants to make things work in his love life, both will have to adopt new attitudes or risk further alienation.
Into the life of a widowed professor comes a new love and an unexpected visit from his adopted brother.
From the producer of SIDEWAYS, get to know a lovable yet dysfunctional family everyone can relate to in this lighthearted comedy PEOPLE calls "smart and enjoyable." When Lawrence Wetherhold (Dennis Quaid), a widowed and self-absorbed professor, falls for his attractive former student (SEX AND THE CITY's Sarah Jessica Parker), his all-too-predictable life suddenly turns sunny-side up. That is, until his freeloading brother (Thomas Hayden Church) and his sharp-tongued overachieving daughter (JUNO's Ellen Page) speak up, making "chaos" the word of the day.
Will a months-old murder help Lisbon collar the elusive Tommy Volker? The CBI team investigates the death of a geologist – a murder, which Lisbon is convinced is the key to bringing down multimillionaire Volker.
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The bodies of two missing persons are found in a car trunk, and the BAU suspects that an interstate human trafficking ring is at work. Also, Hotch warns the team of possible changes, and they are surprised when a beloved team member returns.
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Five-0 is baffled when a highly skilled ring of thieves pulls off a heist of an armored car, killing two security guards but leaving the money behind. Their only lead in the case requires Danny to reluctantly ask his ex-wife for a favor.
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A pastor's wife is found dead. Was it suicide or was he playing God? Erin Moriarty reports.
Smiles Of A Summer Night: Lynette kicks Tom out of her chemotherapy sessions.
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More good news on the Prom Kings front when Ron Fair calls Greg to set up a meeting. In the meeting, he tells Greg, Chris, and Whitman that he wants Geffen to produce their new single! Chris leaves the meeting ecstatic. The problem is that longtime friend and Prom Kings producer, Whitman, is too green to produce the tracks. In addition, Whitman's love life isn't working out. The girl he likes, Shayne, still hasn't let go of her boyfriend. Whitman and Shayne meet up to talk. It doesn't go well. Matt Baker, the actor, attends the premiere of his movie "Surf School." All the guys are there to support him. However, after seeing the movie, Matt realizes that he has a lot more to do in order to become a good actor and to ready himself for the next opportunity.Chris, still reeling from the good news about the band getting signed, goes out to do some serious partying. Greg gets a disturbing phone call in the middle of the night and it's apparent Chris has once again taken the rock star persona too far. Days later, the Prom Kings record their new single with a big name record producer. After the session, all they can do is wait to find out if it was good enough to get them a record deal. When Greg gets the call from Ron Fair, it forces Chris to re-examine his life.
More good news on the Prom Kings front when Ron Fair calls Greg to set up a meeting.
Things are looking up for the Prom Kings when they find out that Ron Fair is coming to see them perform at Hollywood's Virgin Megastore. However, while Chris was in Arkansas, two of his band members quit as they grew tired of Chris' wreckless behavior. Luckily, the band pulls it together in time for the performance. Frankie decides to promote the opening of a new hot club called Prey, this all on his own. Things are heating up with Whitman and his new girlfriend, Shayne, so she introduces him to her father, actor Lorenzo Lamas. Even though their first meeting is far from welcoming, Whitman seems to win dad over, but it might not matter.
Things are looking up for the Prom Kings when they find out that Ron Fair is coming to see them perform at Hollywood?s Virgin Megastore.
After Greg gets the disturbing call from Chris that he's in jail, he immediately flies back to Arkansas to bail out his brother, again.Once home, Greg and Chris face their parents. Their father the Reverend and their mother’s Southern Baptist views contrast sharply to the Hollywood morality that Chris and Greg have gotten used to. The aggravated assault charges against their son are serious and he possibly faces prison time. Back in LA, Frankie invites the guys to a Vivid party, where there will be lots of hot porn stars in bikinis! All the guys are excited about it, although Whitman is more interested in finding true love.
After Greg gets the disturbing call from Chris that he's in jail, he immediately flies back to Arkansas to bail out his brother, again.
Meet Greg Carney, his older brother, Chris, and their crew. They're seven friends with seven different dreams of making it in Hollywood. In the series premiere, Greg and Frankie, a club promoter, are opening a hot new club called Casablanca. Chris's band, The Prom Kings are going to play and Greg and Frankie promise investor, Chris Breed, that it's going to be a huge success. Chris, acting much like a rock star he wants to be, throws a wrench into Greg's plan when he decides to make a trip back home to Arkansas to go hunting. Greg and Chris get into a heated argument about responsibility and being trustworthy. Greg encourages his brother to do the right thing - stay in town, but it's wasted as Chris goes anyways. On opening night of Casablanca, all the guys work together to make it a big success. As the doors open and the crowd pours into the club, the guys are psyched, but none of them are prepared for what will happen later that night. Anyone seen Chris?
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