For J.R. Ewing, Season 13 is as unlucky as a steer at a Texas barbecue. He starts by lying and cheating Ewing Oil to the brink of destruction and ends by kicking and screaming in a psychiatric hospital. In between he tires of his pretty young wife, seethes while Cliff Barnes's political star rises and bumps into a past he didn't know he had. Meanwhile, Clayton and Miss Ellie investigate a multiple-murder mystery, folks from seasons past unexpectedly return to stir up trouble and Bobby stays busy removing J.R.'s knives from his back, chasing after a Pam look-alike, and bringing a new Mrs. Ewing to Southfork. Y'all come 'round and meet the happy couple!
Lt. Frank Drebin comes out of retirement to crash the Oscars, foil a mad bomber, slip on a banana peel and make us all laugh.
J.R. may be down, but he's never out. After Ewing Oil collapsed in disgrace at the end of Season 10, some folks might expect Season 11 to feature a J.R. who's learned his lesson. But not Dallas fans - they know the only lesson J.R. ever learned was do unto others before they do unto you. So hang on to your Stetsons for 30 irresistible episodes of cheatin, lyin and tomcattin as J.R. claws his way back to the top. More drama: Bobby loses Pam but finds new romance. Cliff meets a broken-down wildcatter with dreams of gusher glory. Sue Ellen discovers that revenge is sweet. Two murder cases grab headlines. And a new crop of drop-dead gorgeous vamps with big schemes and bigger hair make life even more interesting for J.R.
J.R. has always been a hound dog with the ladies and in Season 12 it all comes back to bite him. A dalliance with an Arkansas cutie leads J.R. to the wrong end of a shotgun, 10 years of hard labor, a prison break and the altar. And that's just the start of 26 episodes of commotion and emotion that also include a tell-all movie (bankrolled by the first Mrs. J.R. Ewing) that threatens to unveil every low-down trick J.R. ever pulled and a rival oil man scheming to destroy the Ewing empire, taking the clan from Southfork all the way to Austria and Russia!
Enter a realm of love, lust and lies surrounding the sexy residents of California's Melrose Place as they experience budding romances, backstabbing and emotional breakdowns in pursuit of their dreams.
Season 4 begins with a bang. After Kimberly blows up the apartment building Allison, temporarily blinded in the explosion, uses her disability to try and win back Billy, who is married to the manipulative Brooke.
In its second season, Melrose Place gets white-hot. Alison and Billy continue their relationship, and Jake hooks up with Jo. Jane divorces Michael, who moves with Kimberly. Amanda wants Jake, and Sydney wants Michael. Major plots include Sydney's prostitution, Michael and Kimberly's car crash, and Kimberly's turn to insanity.
Season 5 is full of surprises and memorable moments including Peter's mysterious past, Richard's revenge against Jane and Sydney, and Matt's abusive boyfriend.
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series. This by-the-numbers entry begins with Drebin as a happily retired house-husband called back into action when an evil terrorist organization threatens Los Angeles.
Frank Drebin comes out of retirement to help Police Squad infiltrate a gang of terrorists planning to detonate a bomb at the Academy Awards.
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series.
Leslie Nielsen returns as the intrepid (and accident-prone) Lt. Frank Drebin in Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, "un film de David Zucker." This second feature film from the "Police Squad!" series finds Drebin as a guest at a White House dinner, receiving an award for shooting his 1,000th drug dealer, although he admits to shooting only 998 - he ran over the last two in his car. ("Luckily, they turned out to be drug dealers"). Also at the White House dinner is energy czar Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer (Richard Griffiths), whom President George Bush (John Roarke) has chosen to start a new national energy policy. Since Meinheimer believes in promoting alternative energy resources, the evil leaders of the polluting energy industries (coal, oil, and nuclear power - or the lobby groups Smoke, Spill and Kaboom) are horrified at Bush's choice. Joining together with arch-villain Quentin Hapsburg (Robert Goulet), they plan to kidnap the real Meinheimer and substitute a fake Meinheimer in his place who will enact energy policy according to the dictates of the energy lobby. Drebin becomes deeply involved in the conspiracy when he runs into his ex-girl friend Jane (Priscilla Presley), who is not only Meinheimer's public relations director but also Hapsburg's current paramour.
Frank Drebin loves a mystery. Why are we here? Is there life after sex? Yes, Drebin tackles the big issues - and the biggest of all is how to stop devious Quentin Hapsburg's plan to destroy the environment!
Those screw-loose Airplane! creators have done it again! Leslie Nielsen stars as Police Squad's own granite-jawed, rockbrained cop Frank Drebin, who bumbles across a mind control scheme to assassinate Queen Elizabeth. Priscilla Presley, O.J. Simpson, a stuffed beaver, two baseball teams and an odd assortment of others join the wacko goings-on and blow the laugh-o-meter to smithereens.
Leslie Nielsen stars as Police Squad's own granite-jawed, rockbrained cop Frank Drebin, who bumbles across a mind control scheme to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.
After learning Auggie's blood was on Sydney's murder weapon, the police search his apartment and demand the other residents tell them where he went. Riley is conflicted about whether to help the police, but Jonah pushes her to make the call as she knows where Auggie is staying.
At the scene of the car accident, Ryan has successfully rescued Terry and Sarah from the flaming automobile, as Megan and Kyle race up.
At Lexi's apartment, Michael has responded to her frantic call for help, and pronounces Tony Marlin is dead from an apparent heart seizure.
At the park basketball court, Ryan, Sarah. Megan and Terry are in a competitive game. Megan gets a jab to the face by Terry, perhaps purposely, causing Megan to lose interest in the game.
On board the cruise ship, owned by Tony Marlin, Tony and Amanda are toasting each other in anticipation of an exciting trip. Tony asks where Eve is, as he gazes around the Atrium.
her apartment to find Sarah standing there. The young girl questions as to where her father might be.
Continuing from the previous episode, Ryan and Lexi discover Michael, naked, hiding in Megan's bedroom closet. Accusations are hurled at each other.
Lexi shows up at the courtyard in the early morning and knocks at Michael's door. When he answers, she pushes her way inside, quickly, questioning why he has not made better progress in luring Megan away from Ryan.
At the St. Agnes Boarding School in upstate New York, Ryan has stopped by to see his daughter, Sarah. It is already past the little girl's bedtime, but he pleads with the nun to let him just stand by her bed for a little while.
Lexi has scheduled an early morning psychiatric session with Dr. Visconti. She breezes in wearing her raincoat, and plops down seductively on the couch, unnerving Visconti, somewhat.
At the hospital, Amanda lies on a gurney, semi-conscious. Michael is just finishing the examination as Peter rushes up, anxious about her condition. Michael tells him that amazingly she came through the fall with just some cuts and bruises.
Michael and Jane are just waking up. She tempts him to spend the day in bed with her, but Michael explains that he has to see his lawyer about counter suing the hospital over the shoddy way he was treated.
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