Vanilla Ice and Emmanuel Lewis make brewing coffee look like rocket science!
Traci is not cut out for life on the B-List! Take a look at this extra!
The tapes are being reviewed by a panel of judges! Take a look at this clip!
Who knew Verne was so sensitive?!
The final challenge sends the house into a frenzy of scheming and backstabbing. Watch the "Wicked Short."
Seems like everyone's competitive sides are showing through. Take a look at who thinks they are the most famous!
Who will be deceived by bogus bling and get sent home? Check out this clip!
Rob is, once again, mad as hell! Will he walk off the show?
Vanilla Ice has flown off the handle! Check out this fight between Ice and Traci!
It looks like some one is cheating during "Back to Reality"! Check out who's headed home!
CC was sent home this week. Relive the tragedy here!
Maxed Out takes viewers on a journey deep inside the American style of debt, where things seem fine as long as the minimum monthly payment arrives on time. With coverage from small American towns all the way to the White House, the film shows how the modern financial industry really works, explains the true definition of “preferred customer” and tells us why the poor are getting poorer while the rich keep getting richer. Hilarious, shocking and incisive, Maxed Out paints a picture of a national nightmare that is all too real for most of us.
This documentary unveils the consequences of Americans' reliance on credit cards -- including its contribution to the vanishing of the middle class.
Per its title, James D. Scurlock's virulently angry muckraking documentary Maxed Out examines the many problems associated with escalating U.S. consumer debt.
A dowdy housewife goes berserk and begins a methodical campaign to ruin her husband's life after he deserts her for a self-centered romance novelist.
Shelley Long discovers that when the going gets tough, the tough go camping in Troop Beverly Hills, a comedy about lifestyles of the rich and outrageous. Flamboyantly wealthy Phyllis Nefler (Long) has everything money can buy - a drop-dead Beverly Hills mansion, a classic Rolls, furs, jewelry and designer gowns. The one thing she doesn't have is her husband Freddy (Craig T. Nelson), who's leavingher for good. Maybe. Determined to prove she's still the creative, energetic woman Freddy once loved, Phyllis throws luxury to the wind and becomes leader of her daughter's Wilderness Girls troop. But how much can this chic cookie take before she crumbles? Is saving her marriage really worth trading Gucci bags for sleeping bags - not to mention actually touching bugs? Featuring cameos by Robin Leach, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Pia Zadora, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello, Dr. Joyce Brothers and Cheech Marin. Shelley Long blazes new comic trails in this hilarious trial-by-campfire that leaves the wilderness wilder than ever.
A woman betrayed by her husband seeks revenge on him and his mistress, who is a romance writer. The wife works at a number of jobs until she forms her own agency (all women) and uses it as a vehicle to destroy her husband.
The author of 32 best-selling romance books takes her accountant away from his frumpy wife. And when this overweight suburban wife discovers what's been going on, she wreaks malicious and delicious revenge...
Shelley Long stars as a spoiled Beverly Hills resident who does nothing but shop, prompting her husband to tell her he's fed up with her selfishness. To prove him wrong, she assumes leadership of Troop Beverly Hills in the Girl Scout-like Wilderness Girls organization. Troop Beverly Hills is made up of brats who are the laughingstock of the scouting community.
Professional dancers Jonathan Roberts and Anna Trebunskaya demonstrate their posture correction device; entertainment reporter Robin Leach and a designer from Florida present stone-studded leather jewelry; a gluten-free cookie business.
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Bronx Bunny and Teddy T give Robin Leach a glimpse at the seedy side of the Rich and Famous. Also, the boys talk acting with Eric Roberts.
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Inspired by the industry standard that true A-List celebrities have their pick of lucrative endorsement deals, the final challenge is to make a commercial.
The five remaining cast-mates are rewarded with an exclusive trip to meet the famous Mayor of Las Vegas.
After a grueling day stuck inside the phone bank, the cast is told they have earned a day to relax poolside. But what they don't know is that this day off" is actually a competition.
At this stage in the game 7 players remain. Team A-List and B-List are dissolved leaving each contestant alone in their battle for complete celebrity domination.
Another day and another treat for the A-listers as they attend a gourmet lunch at Spago with their host Robin Leach while the B-listers nosh at a Hofbrau house drinking beer and doing the Chicken Dance. Soon enough though, the treats turn to tricks as the teams learn the next competition is aptly named the Hooker Challenge.
A-Lister treats continue as that team is whisked off for a day of pampering while the B-Listers are left behind with a tonal masseur. The evening turns a little more surreal after a surprise visit from Adrianne Curry and Christopher Knight results in a full-frontal course of 'naked sushi' with all the cast members.
The A-List team continues to get top drawer treatment as celebrity chef Todd English arrives at their doorstop to prepare an exquisite meal for them as the less fortunate B-List is 'treated' to a hot dog cart in the driveway.
As the dreaded B-List swells to four members, the chasm between the two teams widens as the A-List continues to receive preferential treatment.
The clear division between the A" and "B" List becomes apparent as the A-listers receive star pampering at a Las Vegas show while the B's, stuck in their digs, get a less-than-stellar visit from "Marshmallow The Clown."
Ten of the most notable celebrities from the first six seasons of The Surreal Life have gathered together at a beautiful mansion in Las Vegas, Nevada to have their skills and notoriety put to the test to determine which famous face has the most game.