Caroline and the family worry about Victor's condition.
Sami and Eric spend some quality time together.
Kayla tries to get Steve to see the positive.
Vivian does all she can to make Melanie's wedding day unforgettable.
Nicole attempts to find out EJ's real reasons for hiring will.
Chloe threatens to take Daniel's son away from him forever if Jennifer doesn't comply.
EJ steps in and offers help to Arianna.
Marlena is shocked to hear John's plans for Stefano.
Marlena can't shake the feeling that Kristen's up to no good.
It seems like everyone has a motive for killing Stefano!
Ken Corday tells fans what they'll get from reading his book on "Days of our Lives."
Alexandra Klun catches up with Days fans from across the country.
It’s not that he’s clumsy, shy, or dressed for disco that makes Dave (Eddie Murphy) stand out from everyone else in New York City. It’s that he’s an alien ship on a mission to Earth to save his home planet! Torn between the voices in his head (a tiny alien crew led by a high-strung, miniature version of himself) and the world around him, Dave struggles to appear normal with hilarious consequences!
Seeking a way to save their doomed world, a crew of tiny, human-looking aliens arrives on earth in the perfect disguise--a spaceship shaped like Eddie Murphy, the ship's captain. While trying to save their planet, the aliens encounter problems, as their ship becomes smitten with an Earth woman.
Seeking a way to save their doomed world, a crew of tiny, human-looking aliens arrives on Earth in the perfect disguise, a spaceship shaped like an ordinary man.
Debut feature director Jay Berman (Christopher Guest), steers cast and crew through a typically tumultuous independent film Home for Purim, an intimate period drama about a Jewish family's turbulent reunion on the occasion of the dying matriarch's favorite holiday. When Internet-generated rumors begin circulating that three of Purim's stars -- faded luminary Marilyn Hack (Catherine O'Hara), journeyman actor and former hot dog pitchman Victor Allan Miller (Harry Shearer), and ingenue Callie Webb (Parker Posey) -- may be perpetrating Award-worthy performances, a rumble of excitement rattles the cast. Once "Hollywood Now" anchors Chuck Porter (Fred Willard) and Cindy Martin (Jane Lynch) pick up the buzz, Award fever infects the entire production. Unit publicist Corey Taft (John Michael Higgins), talent agent Morley Orfkin (Eugene Levy), and producer Whitney Taylor Brown (Jennifer Coolidge) all smell the sudden potential for a sleeper hit. As does Sunfish Classics President Martin Gibb (Ricky Gervais), who suggests some last-minute changes to the film that he feels will broaden the film's appeal. Meanwhile, Purim's screenwriters, Lane Iverson (Michael McKean) and Philip Koontz (Bob Balaban) grow steadily more horrified as they watch the first film adaptation of their work diverge from their original story. As the hopeful Purim team careens toward the end of production and the upcoming Award season, tenuous relationsh
The film focuses on the making of an independent movie and its cast who become victims of the dreaded awards buzz.
Debut feature director Jay Berman steers cast and crew through a typically tumultuous independent film Home for Purim, an intimate period drama about a Jewish family's turbulent reunion on the occasion of the dying matriarch's favorite holiday. Internet-generated rumors begin circulating about three of Purim's stars and soon the cast become victims of the dreaded awards buzz.
Melanie catches Nicole red-handed.
Rafe makes a holiday visit to Gabi in prison.
Serena asks Melanie for any dish she has on Nicole.
Eve manipulates Shane's condition to her advantage.
Eric makes a confession to Serena about Nicole.
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