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Title: Dog Tricks, Sex Flicks and Joy’s Fix
Original Air Date: March 2, 2011
John Ducey: Gordon
Arden Myrin: Jasmine Breeze
Bob Rumnock: Dr. Morgan
Synopsis: Elka brings home a dog from the shelter. Victoria announces she wants to make a sex tape…with Melanie. Joy meets a new man at the therapist. Melanie refuses to do the sex tape with Victoria so she hires a hooker. The hooker wants double for being a “porn star.” Joy steals her new boyfriends files from the therapists office. She steals hers a well.
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Show: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Title: The Showdown part 2
Original Air Date: August 8, 2013
Links for the first six volumes below:
Amazon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 1 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 2 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 3 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 4 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 5 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 6 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
* Splinter: You took everything I love and still you hunt me down.
* Splinter: Why must you persist in this insanity?
* Raph: Can you say that a little louder? I don’t think the entire technodrome heard you. Never mind, they did.
* April (to Donnie): You’re my hero.
* Mikey: Did we beat that big Kraang thingie?
Donnie: Yes, we did.
Mikey: Then why is it following us?!!
* Mikey: Who saved the world?
All: We saved the world!!
Synopsis: The Purple Dragons are shaking down a business man as a giant Kraang ship swarms overhead. At Shredder’s lair Splinter and he stand face to face. Splinter tells their history. They battle. Meanwhile, the turtles are facing off against the technodrome and it’s got a lot of weapons. The turtles retreat and head back the lair, but when they arrive no one is there, not even Splinter. They find April’s dad hiding and he attacks them. They take him down and find the weird purple thing on the back of his neck. Donnie removes it. After it’s removed and he regains himself he tells them about the Kraang and Shredder alliance. Then then Shredder has kidnapped April to turn over to the Kraang. April awakes to an ugly Kraang in her face. The fight between Splinter and Shredder continues. Kraang release blobs from the technodrome and starts grabbing up humans. Leo wants to get captured by a blob to get on the ship. Raph takes action and commandeers one. Shredder tells Splinter that because he took something from him, he took his daughter. Karai is actually Miwa, Splinters daughter. The turtles are in a blob on the Kraang ship and they bust out. However, there is not gravity on the ship so they are free floating. They grab onto another blob and float with it. They hear April scream and Donnie’s yell gives the Kraang their location. Meanwhile, the Kraang are electronically sucking out April’s brain. The turtles fight through the Kraang to try and locate her. Shredder lands a powerful blow on Splinter. He makes another comment about his daughter and this reinvigorates Splinter’s will to win. The turtles are now playing a pac-man like game with the Kraang. Another scream from April refocuses them. Kraang starts the planetary mutation just as the turtles arrive. Donnie is able to free April. It stops the mutation. Meanwhile, in the battle Splinter takes the advantage. But suddenly, Karai jumps into the fight to save Shredder. However, Splinter refuses to fight her because she is his daughter. The turtles are still fighting their way out of the technodrone and causing some serious damage as they go. The Kraang that they saved April from is now chasing them. Mikey falls and Leo saves him. Leo stands his ground against the Kraang. He makes his brothers leave with April as he stays behind to fight it. They fall into the water. Leo has to have succeeded as the technodrome crashes into the water near them. They are all upset that Leo is dead. He then appears and swims over to the pod. Back at the lair, the gang is celebrating. April sees Splinter pacing. She apologizes to him. He tells them all that he learned some things from the Shredder, but will tell them later as they deserve to celebrate their victory. At the bottom of the ocean the technodrome powers up.
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Show: Family Matters
Title: The Big Fix
Original Air Date: February 9, 1990
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* Eddie: Urkel? I’d rather eat worms.
Laura: He can teach you that too.
* Rachel: Steve, did it ever occur to you that when the door’s closed we’re trying to keep unwanted people out?
* Steve: This is my busy season. I’m trying to teach the football team fractions.
* Eddie: A couple of measly hours of your time is his dream come true.
Laura: And give me nightmares for the rest of my life.
* Laura: Let’s just say he’s a world class nerd with no redeeming qualities:
Harriet: Sounds like Steve Urkel.
Laura: It is.
* Carl: That’s not a mercy date. That’s Lord have mercy, date.
* Mother Winslow: If I was a few years younger I’d give you a run for your money.
Laura: Want a head start?
* Carl: Do you want this fast or do you want this good?
Mother Winslow: I don’t think he’s got a shot either way.
* Laura: Right now all I can see is Steve running out of the restaurant with a tablecloth tucked in his pants.
Synopsis: The kids are playing video games. The parents send them off to bed so they can play the video game. In the kitchen Carl tries to teach Eddie algebra, but he’s not having much success. He determines something is wrong with the chair. Laura and Harriet enter the kitchen. She wants to stay up all night and study but Harriet’s not having it. She becomes worried when Carl announces that the chair is wobbly and that he’s going to fix it himself. She looks forward to a new kitchen set. Eddie tells Laura he’s going to fail and she suggests asking Steve for help. The next day in the kitchen, Rachel, Mother Winslow and Judy are working on log cabins when Steve comes over. He’s there to help Eddie with algebra. Steve plays hardball out tutoring him. He gives Eddie his baseline test and is shocked that Eddie gets every question wrong. Steve takes the Prince tickets as collateral. At dinner, Carl toasts the kids success on their midterms. Steve interrupts dinner. Thanks to Steve’s help Eddie got a B. He wants a date with Laura as his payment. Later, Eddie tries to warm Laura up to Steve. Whn he tells her he promised him a date with her and she flips her lid. Meanwhile, Carl shows Harriet the chair he fixed, but actually made worse. Laura comes in the kitchen and asks them if they went out people out of pity. Then she finally admits it’s with Steve. Mother Winslow defends him though. Later, Steve comes over to find out about his date with Laura. When Eddie tells him she said no he threatens to keep the Prince tickets. However, Laura comes out and surprises all stating she’ll go out with Steve. She lays out some ground rules and he agrees. On Friday night, she heads out for her date with Steve. He’s taking her out in a hearse, after dropping off a body. They arrive at dinner at a fancy restaurant. Steve orders frog legs for dinner. Before they are even served he causes a massive calamity. He tries to impress her with words that make her nauseous. Then he asks for a kiss on the cheek. He sells her on a pity story and she gives in. His uncle is there and snaps a photo. She storms out of the restaurant. He chases her and brings the table with him. Back in the kitchen, Carl is sitting in an exceptionally short chair unable to reach the marshmallows. Laura storms in and has nothing good to say about her date with Steve. Laura returns the Prince tickets to Eddie. Her reward is that Eddie is taking her to the Price concert.
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Cabot Cove is rocked to the core. The Worrell Institute has been sold to investors. They convert it to an art colony. The citizens of Cabot Cove are afraid the artists will ruin their town.
Everything is going smoothly until someone dies in the colony. Jessica is sent in undercover. She doesn’t do undercover very well. Many of the artists in residence take notice of her attempts to uncover the truth about the colony. She gets stonewalled.
Who killed the poor girl? What are the art colonies secrets? Does Jessica solve yet another murder?
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Show: Criminal Minds
Title: A Real Rain
Original Air Date: March 27, 2007
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Amazon Criminal Minds: Season 1
* Gideon: “Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures, so that society must take the place of the victim, and on his behalf demand atonement or grant forgiveness.” -W.H. Auden
* Gideon: “It is better to be violent if there is violence in our hearts than to put on the cloak of non-violence to cover impotence.” – Mahatma Gandhi
* Hotch: “I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary. The evil it does is permanent.” – Mahatma Gandhi
Synopsis: A man sits in a chair in his boxers. He starts taping foil all over the windows. It’s raining outside. A hooded man hails a cab. The cabbie pulls over to drop him off. He gets out and murders the cabbie. At the BAU Hotch presents a case. They hop on the plane and head to New York for the case. On the plane, they discuss the unsub’s profile. They arrive at the cabbie’s murder scene and break it down. Other members go to a female victim’s house to collect data as well. At the station the team delivers a partial profile. The unsub goes to a church. A woman asks if she can help him and she witnesses him killing the priest. Derek, Elle and Hotch question the witness. She didn’t see his face though because he was wearing a hoodie. She is able to describe his behavior though. Reid takes a closer look at the weapon the unsub stabbed in the victim’s ear and it’s made of flint. Hotch calls Garcia and asks her to check if the victims have ever been charged with a crime. All the victims were acquitted of crimes. This unsub is a vigilante who is killing people he thinks are guilty and still got off. To make matters worse someone leaked the details of the case to the media. The team have dinner together at a Chinese restaurant. Gideon gets a call; another person has been murdered. Back at the station they do a deeper analysis. They begin to narrow their search. JJ speaks to the reporter who leaked the story. She brings him in for Gideon to interview. The reporter is not a suspect. In a park, he shoots another person. At the station, a man turns himself in as the killer. He’s not the killer though. They determine it’s a court reporter. Garcia begins to search and finds a court reporter connection. The same reporter transcribed all the cases. But he’s not in court, nor is he at his apartment. When they search it they find over a 100 flint knives. There are hundreds of cases in his apartment and anyone of them could be his next victim. Gideon sees one that looks the most likely to be his next victim. But he’s too late, the vigilante is already there. Now he’s taken the man and his wife hostage. Gideon charges in to save the wife. Hotch joins him and they try to talk him down. Gideon gets him to release the male hostage though he does injure him. The sniper takes out the killer.
Show: The Curse of Oak Island
Title: Hyde Park and Go Seek
Original Air Date: January 31, 2017
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Synopsis: Rick and Alex are still at the Roosevelt Library doing research. The Marie Antoinette crown jewels theory is discussed. Before heading back to the island Rick video chats with Marty and gives him a summary of what he saw and researched. Rick goes to visit Zena. The documentation and the new map she presented via video conference is discussed. In person, she shows them her research and also tells about the book she is writing about the Templars. Rick is shocked that the story of Oak Island could go back 1,000 years, but it’s still just a theory. Back on the island the focus is Smith’s Cove. They have a new coffer dam contractor and will try again to inflate it. It successfully inflates and they begin searching for the box drain system. As they excavate they find coconut fiber. Dan Henske is picking where they dig. But Jack halts everything quite excitedly. He has spotted wood that is blackened. They’ve asked Charles Barkhouse to come down and take a look. Another board has also been found. The team doesn’t know where to drill next in the money pit so they go to Dan’s house to look through his massive collection of data. Based on the data the brothers think that the holes they have drilled so far have just barely missed. Craig decides on the third drill hole. He’s trying to thread the needle and not hit previous drill shafts.
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Show: Mama’s Family
Title: Naomi and the Stork
Original Air Date: February 4, 1984
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* Naomi: I don’t know what is wrong with me.
Mama: You want a list?
* Mama: You should have thought of that before you started playing rumpus room roulette.
* Mama: Well, I bet the neighbors are going to love listening to this for nine months.
* Mama: You’re no fun, you’re already potty trained.
* Mama: Lord, even rabbits take a meal break.
* Mama: Don’t worry Frannie, if practice makes perfect I got my money on them.
Synopsis: Mama is cleaning the kitchen as Naomi comes up from the basement. Mama listens to Naomi complain about how she is feeling. She suddenly freaks out. Mama makes Naomi follow a tator masher with her eyes but it makes her feel sick. She announces that Naomi is pregnant. Naomi freaks out. Mama insists on Naomi using the same doctor she did, but when she calls she finds out he’s passed away. Naomi does not want Mama to tell Vinton. At dinner Fran tells everyone the newest gossip. Vint tells them they’ll only have to live there five more years and Naomi explodes into tears and runs downstairs. Mama tells Fran and the kids that Naomi is pregnant. Fran has a meltdown. Then she gets mad at Vinton and spills the beans. Thelma sends him downstairs to chat with Naomi. Downstairs, Naomi waxes philosophical. Then she breaks the news to Vinton. She thought he would flip out but instead he’s thrilled beyond belief. Suddenly, Naomi doesn’t want a baby in the basement. Now Vinton has to talk to Mama and try to move upstairs. The two discuss it in a family meeting. A fight breaks out. Mama shows up at Naomi’s doctor’s appointment. Naomi is shocked to see her there. Vinton shows up too. Sonia and Buzz come into the office too. They’ve also worked out a way for them to have an actual room. Then Fran shows up too, surprising everyone. Fran and the kids start fighting about who’s room the baby will sleep. The doctor calls Naomi with the test results. Back at the house everyone is quite subdued. She’s not actually pregnant, it was a false pregnancy. Naomi thanks everyone for making her feel like she was truly a part of the family because they all showed up at the doctor’s office.
Title: I Love Lucci, part 2
Original Air Date: February 23, 2011
Susan Lucci: Susan Lucci
Michael E. Knight: Michael E. Knight
Charles Adler: Director
Carlease Burke: Nurse
Jim Hanna: Dennis the A.D.
Blaine Vedros: Corpse
Leslie Gilliam: Female Fairy
Synopsis: In part 2: Susan Lucci is in the hospital. She has the nurse trick Victoria into thinking she’s in a coma. The nurse also breaks the news to Joy that Alex is a character in the soap opera and not real life. Melanie and Elka sneak on set and play extras in the Robert Redford movie. Back on the set Victoria is asked to deliver her speech to a photo of Susan Lucci. Mid-scene Susan Lucci is back. The scene plays out with Susan giving the speech. And she uses Victoria’s lines from the hospital room. Joy goes to Michael Knight’s dressing room and tells him that she ran into his evil twin, Alex…
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