NFL Network's Rich Eisen tells Larry King the he feels that the Redskins will likely change their team name.
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen shares his picks for the upcoming Super Bowl game and Most Valuable Player.
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen tells Larry King why he decided to leave ESPN.
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen chats with Larry King about how seriously fans are invested in fantasy football.
Documentary director Alison Klayman discusses her film "Never Sorry" which follows the Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei.
What Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel, Mike Evans and other potential top NFL Draft picks don't want you to know.
Fred's home renovation has uncovered a delicious hazard.
Amy Poehler has finally returned Seth's credit card!
The Kid -- A man's life is upended when he meets a 9-year-old version of himself.
Celebrities in LA tend to live fast and hard in a rock-n-roll roller coaster lifestyle that has some rough ups and downs. And as a result, these celebrities need help to deal with some of their personal issues--help from a sympathetic and understanding and professional person. Dr. Elizabeth Goode is not that person.
Dr. Goode's boyfriend works overtime, as Ralph Macchio gets fixed and Alanis Morissette turns her session around to help the Goode doctor.
Margaret Cho stopped by and shared her mother's opinions on Arsenio, Miley Cyrus, and gay relationships.
If you had a chance to meet yourself as an 8-year-old child, would that kid be happy with who you turned out to be? In Russ Duritz's case, the answer is a resounding "no!" In Walt Disney Pictures' live-action comedy, "Disney's The Kid," Bruce Willis stars as Russ Duritz, a successful image consultant whose life is suddenly turned upsdie down when he magically meets Rusty, Russ himself as an 8-year-old kid. Rusty is a sweet, but slightly geeky, awkard little kid who painfully reminds Russ of everything he hated about himself when he was a child - a pudgy, little cry-baby who was the daily victim of the school bullies - an image Russ has worked hard to overcome and consciously forget. Ironically, the kid is also unhappy with who his 40-year-old self has turned out to be. He is not at all impressed by his attractive physique, wealth or seemingly important accomplishments. He can't undertand the concept of Russ' job as an image consultant, or why he has forgotten about their dreams of becoming a pilot. All he knows is that he grows up to be a 40-year-old loser - an adult without a wife or even a dog!
A man's life is upended when he meets a 9-year-old version of himself.
We are live and anything can happen! Host Joel McHale brings the best highlights from "Virgin Territory," "I Love Toy Trains" and tons more! Plus, NFL Network's Rich Eisen weighs in on the latest "Kardashians" drama, Shailene Woodley shares some bizarre advice at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, and Riki Lindhome stops by to reveal her fondness for butt amusement. All that and an awesome "Big Brother" clip of the week!
Tired of all the Oscars coverage and want to catch up on all the least award-worthy programming? You won't find any Meryl Streeps here! The highly-touted Joel McHale is pulling the best moments from "The Bachelor," "Keeping Up with The Kardashians," and "Love and Hip Hop." Plus, NFL Network's Rich Eisen and "SNL" star Michaela Watkins stop by to pick apart the week's headlines. All that and the best clips of the week from "Blood, Sweat and Heels," "Teen Mom 2," and "90 Day Fiance."
Larry King talks to Sportscaster Rich Eisen about leaving ESPN to be the face of The NFL Network, his wildly successful "The Rich Eisen Podcast" and about his new sports dating app 'Free Agent.'
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Ryan's (Matthew Perry) show is rated #1 but even this new, exalted status does not provide the personal happiness he wants in his life. Lauren (Laura Benanti) explains that happiness comes from within and real joy can only be found by helping others. Ryan attempts to achieve inner happiness by helping Danny (Seth Morris) hook up with Sonia (Sarah Baker) but she fancies the stranger, Carlo (Ben Falcone) instead. Meanwhile Owen (Tyler James Williams) and Anne (Julie White) snoop around the house of the strange Mr. K (Brett Gelman) only to leave more disturbed than when they arrived.
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Horatio protects a mixed martial arts fighter from his brother who recently escaped prison.
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The New Orleans Saints are winners of Super Bowl XLIV, defeating the Indianapolis Colts. Storytellers are Sean Payton, Drew Brees and Jonathan Vilma. The show is narrated by Brad Pitt.
Hollywood's "it" therapist to the stars is judgmental and unorthodox - but everybody who's anybody must get in to see her.
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Re-live the story of the 1967 Green Bay Packers through the eyes of Dave Robinson, Chuck Mercein, and Jerry Kramer. Narrated by Tom Selleck.
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