Bugs heckles a black hunter and escapes from a bear.
A dysfunctional family reunites after the grandmother's death, who was a famous cooker of the traditional mexican dish: mole de olla.
This obscure forefather cartoon short to the popular "Powerpuff Girls" TV series has the then-named Whoopass Girls fighting the vile Gangreen Gang.
Wombat attempts to hunt a crafty rabbit.
A dinner party with beef stew and much punch spirals out of control when the host couple are sucked into a bout of light-hearted arm wrestling.
This documentary chronicles the lives of two mountaineers from Nepal who have left the high Himalaya in search of "success" in New York City.
For years, James Gregory has delighted audiences across America with his down-home brand of comedy. Beef Stew for the Brain i a collection of true and nearly-true stories and observations on everything from family life to bad weather, all told in the unique James Gregory style.
Quick Brown Fox tries to catch speedy fast Rapid Rabbit (who is silent, except for a bicycle horn which he uses). The duo go about some antics similar to those of the Coyote and Road Runner.
Two desert vultures, flying around over the desert, see a menu tossed out of a passing train. They acquire it and get an appetite for Rabbit Stew, the featured item of the day on the AT&SF diner-car. They track a bunny rabbit but are foiled by a Dingbat (no, not Edith Bunker) in their efforts to make stew out of the little bunny rabbit. Just as they think they have completed their quest they learn, that the Dingbat has substituted a hornet's-nest for the rabbit.
The major sub-plot circles around the youngest Griffin, Stewie, who has a near-death experience at a pool when a lifeguard chair falls on him, but he survives. After having a vision of being in Hell, he decides to change his ways, but this doesn't last long. While watching television, he and Brian spot a man that looks like Stewie. Brian is convinced that he is Stewie's real father, until Stewie learns that the man is actually himself as an adult, taking a vacation from his own time period. Baby Stewie visits thirty years later to discover that his adult self, going by the name Stu, is a single blue-collar middle-aged virgin working at a Circuit City-type store. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois are trying to teach their two older kids, Meg and Chris, to date. In the future, Chris, who hasn't changed much, is working as a cop and is married to a foul-mouthed hustler named Vanessa. Meg is now called Ron, since she had a sex-change after college. Written by pepperann210
This 70's soft-core sex comedy chronicles the exploits of several flight attendants whose favorite perk-of-the-trade is the ability to flit from one sexual adventure to the next. The mile high club takes on a new meaning as the swingin' German heroines make their way throughout Europe.
A small-town woman tries to achieve her goal of becoming a flight attendant.
Keung suffers from a recurring nightmare in which a woman in red chases him down a highway and tries to kill him with a plastic toy jet. When his girlfriend Apple leaves on a business trip, Keung pounces on the chance to approach his new neighbor, Yurei, a Japanese stewardess. However, it soon becomes apparent that his new love interest is damaged goods, and that she has Keung and Apple booked first class for a flight straight to hell.
Documentary about James Stewart's long career as an actor and positive personal life.
"One Night Only! Rod Stewart Live At Royal Albert Hall" captures the legendary rock n' roller performing some of his greatest hits and newfound "Great American Songbook" classics at the world famous Royal Albert Hall in London, England. It includes electrifying performances with Chrissie Hynde, his former Faces mate Ronnie Wood, and a talented new musical discovery, Amy Belle. The special gala concert also features Rod accompanied by the 60-piece BBC Concert Orchestra, the London Community Gospel Choir, and his own band and backing singers.
A group of varied misfits (including a former prostitute/stripper and a bumbler who can't see more than 6 inches in front of his face) enter a school to become flight attendants. Somehow, the group makes it through to the final test: a cross-country flight.
Rod Stewart Concert compilation
Erotic thriller. Script by Atsushi Yamatoya.
Sequel to the huge hit The Stewardesses (1969), which was also shot in 3-D.
Recorded at London's Kilburn State Theater, Rod Stewart takes the stage along with guitarist Ron Wood, drummer Kenney Jones and the rest of the Faces for this electric farewell concert. In this classic live performance, the Faces are joined by the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards -- and their unique pub sound is complimented with a full-string orchestra. A set list of memorable hits includes "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything" and "Sweet Little Rock and Roller."
Mulligan's Stew is comedy/drama television series produced by Paramount Network Television that originally aired as a 90-minute NBC television movie on June 20, 1977, and later, as a 60-minute series from October 25, 1977 to December 13, 1977. The series focused on the lives of the Mulligan family. Lawrence Pressman starred as Michael Mulligan, a high school teacher and football coach, and Elinor Donahue played his wife, Jane, who works as a school nurse. The series was set in the fictitious Southern California community of Birchfield.
Mulligan Stew was a children's educational program, sponsored by the 4-H Council and shown both in schools and on television. It was produced by Michigan State University and premiered in 1972 during National 4-H Week in Washington, D.C. The show was named for the hobo dish, and each of the six half-hour episodes gave school-age children information about nutrition. Produced by V. "Buddy" Renfro, Mulligan Stew featured a multi-racial group of five kids: Maggie, Mike, Micki, Manny, and Mulligan, plus one adult, Wilbur Dooright. The group went on nutritional adventures around the globe, although the series' filming usually stuck close to Lansing, Michigan School packages included a companion comic book with further adventures of the characters, reviews of things learned from the show, and lyrics to the show's songs. The show was noted for the key phrase "4-4-3-2" that was often invoked to refer to the USDA's then-recommended number of daily servings of the "Four Food Groups" — "fruits and vegetables," "breads and cereals," "milk or cheese," and "meat, fish or fowl." Thanks in part to the popularity of "Mulligan Stew", 4-H membership was boosted to an all-time high in 1974, and it remained on the air until 1981.
Trevor Noah and The World's Fakest News Team tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture.
The Stew of Life is a TVB family comedy series.
Inspired by the eponymous best-selling book, Martha Stewart's Cooking School gives home cooks a culinary master class with Martha herself. Using her signature step-by-step, how-to teaching process, Martha illustrates cooking fundamentals that everyone should know: from roasting and poaching to braising and blanching.
The Jimmy Stewart Show is an American sitcom starring James Stewart. Twenty-four episodes of the show were broadcast in the 1971–1972 season on the NBC network's Sunday night schedule, under the sponsorship of Procter & Gamble.
Flying High is an American comedy-drama series that aired on CBS from August 28, 1978 until January 23, 1979. Created by Dawn Aldredge and Martin Cohan, the series stars Connie Sellecca, Pat Klous, and Kathryn Witt.
Stewart Lee's Comedy Vehicle is a comedy series created by Stewart Lee. The BBC Two series debuted on 16 March 2009, and featured stand-up routines filmed at The Mildmay Club in Newington Green, and sketches based on a weekly theme, featuring amongst others Simon Munnery, Kevin Eldon and Paul Putner with voice-over parts recorded by Peter Serafinowicz. The series is produced by Richard Webb and directed by Tim Kirkby. The programme is executive-produced by Armando Iannucci and script-edited by Chris Morris, marking a rare reformation of their creative double-act.
Martha, also known as The Martha Stewart Show, was an American, weekday one-hour how-to show hosted by Martha Stewart. The program debuted on September 11, 2005 in syndication, primarily on NBC stations. At the end of its fifth season, Martha moved to cable and began airing exclusively on Hallmark Channel on September 13, 2010. There it remained for two additional seasons, before it was cancelled in early 2012 with the final episode airing on May 11, 2012.
The Jon Stewart Show was a late night talk show hosted by comedian Jon Stewart. The program premiered on MTV in 1993 as a thirty-minute daily program. At the end of its first season, MTV's then-corporate sibling Paramount Television retooled the program, extended it to sixty minutes, and used it as a replacement for the cancelled Arsenio Hall Show for the 1994-95 television season. While it garnered high ratings on MTV, in fact becoming its second most popular show behind Beavis and Butt-Head, The Jon Stewart Show was not a success in syndication and was cancelled in 1995.
The Most was an American television news program on MSNBC. Broadcast live at 12:00 PM ET daily, the program focused on the top news stories of the day people are looking at on MSNBC.com. In addition, the program also aired "the most watched or sought after" material on the Internet, including the most watched viral videos of the day. The show was hosted by Alison Stewart, with contributors Tony Maciulis and the shows producer appearing in the program. MSNBC anchors Chris Jansing, JJ Ramberg, Keith Olbermann, correspondent Monica Novotny, and Rita Cosby served as substitute hosts on the program. When The Most moved to its final timeslot in December 2006, a new feature was added. An exclusive online webcast of the program aired from 11:58 AM through to the end of the first commercial. Web-exclusive content aired during the television commercial break.
The Apprentice: Martha Stewart is a reality game show and a spin-off from the series, The Apprentice, that ran in the fall of 2005. Broadcast on NBC, the show featured business tycoon Martha Stewart. Tasks were centered around Stewart's areas of expertise: media, culinary arts, entertaining, decorating, crafts, design, merchandising, and style. The tone of the show was somewhat muted compared to the original, as Stewart brought her own sensibilities to the elimination process, often using her catchphrase: "You just don't fit in" in contrast to original series host Donald Trump's catchphrase: "You're fired." She also wrote a cordial letter to the candidate who was fired; many times she took subtle jabs at the fired candidate and gave frank reasons for why the candidate did not succeed on the show. Several segments featuring Stewart were filmed at her home in Bedford, New York because at the time, she was serving the five-month house arrest portion of her ImClone scandal conviction. Donald Trump, Mark Burnett and Jay Bienstock executive produced the show. Businessman Charles Koppelman and Stewart's daughter, Alexis Stewart accompanied the two teams during tasks and reported their observations to Stewart in the boardroom.
The eight, one-hour episode season will follow the busy lives and one-of-a-kind family dynamics in the Brady Bunch-esque households of Alana Stewart, George Hamilton, Kimberly Stewart, Ashley Hamiton, Sean Stewart and George Hamilton Jr.
Martha Stewart Living is a magazine and a television show featuring entertaining and home decorating guru Martha Stewart. Both the magazine and the television program focus on the domestic arts. Martha Stewart Living began as a quarterly magazine in 1990, published by Time Inc., and is currently published monthly. Stewart took the magazine with her when she left Time Inc. in 1997, and Martha Stewart Living is now the flagship brand of the Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia media empire. Martha Stewart Living television debuted as a weekly half-hour syndicated show in September 1993. Intended to complement the magazine, it featured Stewart as the host. It expanded to weekdays in 1997, became a full hour long program in 1999, and went on hiatus in autumn of 2004 following Stewart's stock trading case and conviction. The show was distributed by Group W Productions from 1993–1995, Eyemark Entertainment following the CBS-Westinghouse merger from 1995–1999, then King World Productions following CBS' merger with King World from 1999-2005. The new Martha program replaced MSL in 2005. Both the magazine and the television show have won numerous awards. Martha Stewart Living has failed to make profit in the last nine years, except for the year 2007.