At the screening of a mini-series, the young daughter of a TV exec gets Larry to cut the hair off a beloved doll--which then causes her to throw a fit. To save face, Larry and Jeff steal the head off Jeff's daughter's doll.
Vince's steamy post-premiere plans for 'Aquaman' leave Drama hot and bothered. A series of L.A. blackouts threatens to undermine the chances of 'Aquaman' eclipsing 'Spider-Man' in its opening-weekend numbers. Stuck in the Valley, the guys help two geeks get into a high-school party, and Ari negotiates his responsibilities to Mrs. Ari on 'game day.'
Series premiere. Burned out and broke, former big-league pitcher Kenny Powers returns home to North Carolina to teach PE at the local middle school he once attended. Wreaking havoc at school, around town and at the home of his brother Dustin, Kenny settles into his role as the town's loose-cannon agitator, setting his sights on winning back his high-school flame April, now a teacher engaged to the school principal, Terrence Cutler.
(Series Premiere) As a student at Detroit's West Lakefield High School, Ray Drecker was athletic, popular, and destined for success. Today, as a teacher and basketball coach, he's underpaid, uninsured, and embittered that his wife of 20 years (Anne Heche) has left him for her dermatologist. After a fire damages the rundown lakeside home he inherited from his parents, Ray's sagging fortunes reach an all-time low when his twin children Darby and Damon, who had been living with him, move in with their mom and her smug hubby, Ronnie Haxon (Eddie Jemison). Lonely, run-down and at wit's end, Ray decides to attend a local self-help class whose mantra is to identify a personal winning tool to market for financial success. After a not-so-fulfilling encounter with a fellow attendee--an ex-flame and would-be poet named Tanya Skagle (Jane Adams)--Ray has a eureka moment. With the help of Tanya, Ray resolves to take advantage of his greatest asset, in hopes of changing his fortunes in a big way.
During an unsuccessful attempt to win back Suzanne, Jonathan gets a phone call and a new case: a woman named Jennifer (Kristen Wiig) wants him to tail her boyfriend Gary (Peter Hermann) to see if he's been unfaithful. After learning that he and Jennifer share a common pastime (drinking), Jonathan heads out in search of her boyfriend--with uncomfortable results. Meanwhile, Ray brings Jonathan along to his colonic for moral support, and George hatches a knockout plan in which Jonathan will help him cover up an unsightly sore before a big speech.
When his skateboard-deck business venture hits the wall, 20-something graphic designer Ben agrees to fund a 'sure thing' leather-jacket hustle proposed by his good-times best friend, Cam. The partner's scheme morphs into downright desperation when Cam's cousin Rene gets out of jail, looking for payback of an old loan. Meanwhile, Ben is bummed to discover that his ex-girlfriend Rachel is now dating a hot hotelier named Darren, and finds little comfort in his horny pursuit of a sexy young thing during her late-night party. With Rene threatening bodily injury if Cam and Ben don't pay back the loan, a schoolmate-turned hedge-fund millionaire named David ends up saving the day...at least for the moment.
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