In this new episode, parents bet on which toy their little girl will choose, with $5,000 on the line, while another wager involves a youngster's ability to take all the toilet paper off a roll in under a minute. Other families take part in a game of "Body of Work" and a "Smash for Cash." Melissa Peterman hosts.
The second leg of horse racing's Triple Crown goes off today at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, where the winner of the Kentucky Derby will look for a shot at glory. But coming off only two weeks rest, his stamina will surely be tested against fresher horses on the 1 3/16-mile track. The last horse to win the Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes consecutively was Affirmed in 1978.
Lauren Miller, who also co-wrote the movie, and Ari Graynor star in this 2012 comedy as former college mates who aren't any better matched years after graduation. Nevertheless, they try to put their differences aside to make a go of a phone-sex business. The venture's success leads them to form a friendship -- but inevitably, something arises to threaten their smooth sailing. Co-stars include Seth Rogen, Justin Long, Nia Vardalos and filmmaker Kevin Smith.
Charlotte Motor Speedway is the scene tonight for the Sprint Cup All-Star Race, a nonpoints event that is open to race winners from this season and last, the past 10 years' Cup champions and All-Star race winners, and the top two finishers in the qualifying race. So expect a field that includes Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Brad Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Clint Bowyer and Tony Stewart to vie on the 1.5-mile quad oval. Johnson won this race in 2012.
After being kicked out of the Playboy Mansion, what's a former Bunny to do? Anna Faris finds out in this only mildly amusing comedy from Adam Sandler's production company and the screenwriters of "Legally Blonde." Her character finds a new calling as the unlikely housemother to sorority sisters who need a lure for fresh pledges. Colin Hanks, Rumer Willis and Katharine McPhee co-star.
Director and co-writer Wes Anderson ("The Royal Tenenbaums") scored one of 2012's most acclaimed independent films with this drama of two mutually enamored New England youngsters (Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward) who run off together. Their going AWOL coincides with the arrival of a potentially devastating storm. The novice stars are backed by a cast of veterans including Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Edward Norton and Tilda Swinton.
A quadruple feature of encore episodes opens with "Stupid Behavior No. 5," in which police in Portland, Ore., deal with a suspect who crashes his car, takes off on foot, then collapses complaining of heart trouble. In Las Vegas, officers pull over a van for multiple traffic violations and find possible stolen items and drugs in their suspect's pocket. In Rialto, Calif., police respond to a domestic dispute over a damaged wall.
The Disney studio added another member to its collection of animated princesses with a story that seems to take a cue from "The Hunger Games," since its heroine, Merida (voiced by Kelly Macdonald), is proficient with a crossbow. She appears destined for a marriage she doesn't want, and when she goes against tradition, her entire homeland is placed in peril that she must vanquish. Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Robbie Coltrane and Craig Ferguson also are heard.
Twelve-year-old Kristen dreams of becoming a veterinarian, but her beloved cat, Moose, is a household nightmare; he's become aggressive toward the family and is urinating on everything. If Jackson can't straighten him out, Kristen will have to give Moose up for her own safety. Jackson also consults with Liz and Michael, whose albino Siamese, Kimba, is terrorizing their senior cat and destroying their home and marriage in the new episode "White Tornado."
The BBC promised to reveal a big secret in the season finale, and fan speculation kicked into high gear with the release of the episode's title, "The Name of the Doctor." Will we finally find out the Time Lord's true moniker, or is this a big tease? What we do know is that the Doctor (Matt Smith) will be going where he shouldn't in search of whomever is kidnapping his friends and that River Song (Alex Kingston) will return. Jenna-Louise Coleman also stars.
Eight legends of the music business join the pantheon of rock immortals in this star-studded event. A parade of guests and current Hall of Famers honor the hall's newest inductees: Heart, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush, Donna Summer, Albert King, Quincy Jones and Lou Adler. This special also will feature once-in-a-lifetime performances by some of the new Hall of Famers as they are joined onstage by a variety of musical icons.
In this new special, "Triple D" host and avid prankster Guy Fieri takes you behind the scenes of his hit Food Network series for a look at the funny business that happens on his food-centric field trips.
In the new episode "Under the Hood," host and avid prankster Guy Fieri takes you behind the scenes of his hit Food Network series for a look at the funny business that happens on his food-centric field trips.
Want to see Rob Lowe as a villain? Rent "Wayne's World." Want to see David Spade playing smarmy? Watch "Rules of Engagement." Want to see Chris Farley being funny? Catch some "Saturday Night Live" reruns from the early to mid-1990s. Any one of those is preferable to this lame 1995 comedy starring Farley as a dimwitted underachiever who teams up with an efficient but obnoxious accountant (Spade) to save the family business. When it comes to bringing the laughs, the movie's an underachiever, too.