D-list queen Kathy Griffin delivers a stand-up set at the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, Cal. Griffin riffs on Bristol Palin, her exchanges with Elisabeth Hasselbeck on "The View" and her mother's red-carpet experience at the Emmys.
Owen Tillerman and his family live a different kind of life inside New York's busy Central Park, which Owen managers. They are forced to fight after a wealthy heiress plots to turn the park into an apartment block.
Nathan Barley is a Channel 4 sitcom written by Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris, starring Nicholas Burns, Julian Barratt, Charlie Condou and Claire Keelan. The series of six weekly episodes began broadcasting on 11 February 2005 on Channel 4. Described by his creator as a "meaningless strutting cadaver-in-waiting", the character originated on Brooker's TVGoHome – a website parodying television listings – as the focus of a fly-on-the-wall documentary called C..
This series continues the adventures of Galaxy Angel, following a wild crew of hungry, mixed-up intergalactic heroines called the Galaxy Angels on a mission from the government to search for "lost technology." While the real plot tends to take a back seat to wacky humor and extreme silliness, this "lost technology" tends to take the form of toasters and rice-cookers, only to harbor magical or implausible powers. The series is full of references to food, right down to some of the character's names: from Vanilla H to Mint Blancmanche (even Milfeulle's name is based on a French pastry). Galaxy Angel A is not a serial show, and the episodes can mostly be watched in any order. In fact, characters are frequently marooned or even blown up, only to return in the next episode as if nothing happened.