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Night In the Heinous Museum / I Married a Weavil
Night In the Heinous Museum: When the Heinous Museum is under attack, Heloise and Jimmy are pressed into service as security guards to protect Lucius' (more…)
Wish You Weren't Here / Cerbee In Love
Wish You Weren't Here: When Jimmy introduces a stressed-out Lucius to the foreign concept of a "vacation," the dictator reluctantly agrees to the plea (more…)
Rear Pickle / Clown Gone Wild
Rear Pickle: Jimmy's new neighbor seems sweet enough, but Two-Shoes can't shake the suspicion that this little lady is really the thing he fears most… (more…)
Scent of a Heinous / There Will Be Chocolate
Scent of a Heinous: Lucius launches "Heinous," a height-boosting new fragrance. There Will be Chocolate: When Jimmy, Heloise, and Beezy discover the e (more…)

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Tue Feb 28 6:00pm
Law & OrderHaven(Season 9, Episode 12) WE

The investigation into the murder of a community leader, who was beaten to death with a baseball bat, focuses on a struggling college student (Avery Waddell). Winters: Ruben Santiago-Hudson. Mills: Sean Cullen. Perry: Curtis McClaren. Clayton: Ron Foster.

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Wed Mar 1 2:10pm
Cop Land HBO2

In the '70s, a naive sheriff (Sylvester Stallone) clashes with the corrupt cops operating in his small town. A complex, character-driven drama with Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Ray Liotta, Annabella Sciorra and Janeane Garofalo. Stallone gained 30 pounds (more…)

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Sat Mar 4 11:25am
Cop Land HBO2

In the '70s, a naive sheriff (Sylvester Stallone) clashes with the corrupt cops operating in his small town. A complex, character-driven drama with Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Ray Liotta, Annabella Sciorra and Janeane Garofalo. Stallone gained 30 pounds (more…)

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