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Liz Gianni's job as the city manager of an unspecified town puts her in charge of a quirky staff of bureaucrats. She's also mother to a headstrong 19-year-old daughter, who boomerangs back home after dropping out of college.

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Whitney: From The Hills to The City Season 1, Episode 1 Dec 10, 2008 $4.99

From The Hills to The City is hosted by Whitney Port as she looks back on her life in Los Angeles before making her move to the fashion capital of the world, New York City.

A Bird I Heard / Super Silly Pizza Season 0, Episode 0 Jun 25, 2010 Paid

When Spyler and CeCe are awakened early in the morning by a crow that likes to sing, they try to shoo it away. But, it doesn't work. So they decide they need to build a scarecrow, so the crow will go and sing somewhere else. But how? A Spyler and CeCe are ready to "cook" up a storm, but what do they need to make toppings for their super silly pizza and a costume to wear while serving it? And how will everybody know it's ready?

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The City: Live After Show (Season 2) | Ep. 7
12:31 — Kelly Cutrone stops by the 'After Show' to chat about her relationship with Roxy and fashion show etiquette.
Just Make It Work
01:05 — Olivia sits down with ELLE Creative Director Joe Zee to discuss her conflicts with Erin.
Take This Bitch Out
01:15 — Whitney is urged by Roxy and Kelly to confront Olivia over her actions.
What's Your Situation?
00:38 — Roxy wraps up her shoot with Zach by side-stepping an awkward date invite.

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