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    Runaway Squad

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    A&E presents this pilot about a retired undercover NYC detective who searches out runaway kids.
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    Love My Way

    Love My Way

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    A primetime drama about a 30-something woman negotiating the web of contemporary relationships, juggling the priorities of family obligations, being successful at love while fulfilled professionally and the hope that "happiness" might occur if all the other things fall into place. Love My Way is an exploration of big characters dealing with the deepest human emotions. Love, hate, truth, lies, jealousy and anger. It deals with the randomness of life and the bloody mindedness needed to carve out a place in the world. These people are family by blood and family by proxy-a web of relationships which are pulled and strained by the strongest desires and contradictions of the human heart. From the Producer of Golden Globe nominated "On The Beach", internationally renowned TV series "Police Rescue" and the successful drama series "The Secret Life of Us", LOVE MY WAY is an exploration of the love that binds us, the relationships that define us and the dreams of grown ups.moreless
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    R.O.D. the TV

    R.O.D. the TV

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    R.O.D the TV picks up after the OVA, "Read or Die" left off.

    The series starts five years after the "I-Jin" incident. Yomiko Readman AKA The Paper, agent of British Library Task Force had gone missing. Nenene Sumiregawa, her former student and best friend searches for her. Nenene is frustrated that Yomiko has not read her last book, and she feels she can't write again until she hears Yomiko's feedback on the book.

    During a visit to Hong Kong, Nenene meets three sisters, Michelle, Maggie and Anita, who become her bodyguards after Nenene's life is threatened by a jealous rival. Each sister has paper manipulation skills similar to Yomiko, although significantly less powerful. The first several episodes focuses on the tension between Nenene and the sisters, who move into her apartment while dealing with various psychos in their everyday lives. The sisters also perform odd jobs as agents of the Dokusensha. This eventually puts them in direct conflict with the British Library.

    Events grow more serious as the series progresses. The main characters are in a battle between the British Library and Dokusensha, who are both trying to collect ancient artifacts to control the entire world and even rewrite history.

    After a horrific collision between the two superpowers, Nenene and the Paper Sisters set out to find the missing Yomiko to learn the truth about the conflict and save the world from literary terrorism.

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    Find & Design

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    Many treasures can be found at flea markets and garage sales. The designers of Find & Design help people discover and use these items when making over a room of their house.moreless
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    Family Plots

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    The Groundbreaking new series FAMILY PLOTS throws open the parlor door to the inner workings of a family run mortuary. Meet the family behind one of the busiest funeral homes in Southern California. The heart of the show is the family . . . quirky and utterly likeable, yet in a setting unlike any other -- for death is their livelihood. Three beautiful sisters, their hot-blooded father, an exacting boss, a quirky funeral director and a stream of anguished patrons round out the cast of this unique show. Shonna is the Head Mortician/Embalmer who brought the rest of her family into the business. Younger sister Emily is the office manager and Funeral Director in training. Eldest sister Melissa is Assistant Funeral Director. Chuck, Funeral Assistant, body remover and amateur boxing trainer also happens to be Shonna, Melissa and Emily's father. The Boss Rick was born in a funeral home, John is the Apprentice Embalmer, and Funeral Director David's perfectionism rounds out the team. Together they deal with the business of death and their own lives in a very human way.moreless
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    Rockman EXE Axess

    Rockman EXE Axess

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    First Aired: October 4, 2003 Last Aired: September 25, 2004 Episodes: 51 colored episodes Age Rating: Older Children (May contain mild bad language, bloodless violence) Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction

    Axess is a continuation of the 56-episode Rockman EXE series in Japan, also known as MegaMan NT Warrior in it's English version. Though Axess follows the same storyline and uses the same characters as Rockman EXE, it is considered a separate series.

    Having defeated both the World Three and Gospel with the help of his net navi, Rockman (Kimura Akiko)... Hikari Netto (Higa Kumiko) has finally been appointed the role of a 'Net Savior.' It's just in time too, because a new group of net criminals known as the Darkloids are spreading. But unlike evil syndicates of the past, the Darkloids have a trick up their sleeve... they're able to use dimensional areas to fight in the real world!

    Fortunately, Netto's father, Yuuichirou (Nagano Kouichi) has recently developed a new kind of battle chip called a Synchro Chip. Using this chip, Netto is able to perform a technique called Cross Fusion, fusing him together with Rockman for combat in the real world. Furthermore, Rockman also learns the ability of Soul Unison, allowing him to create a temporary armor from the data of other net navis.

    Together, the two set out to defeat the Darkloids with the help of other Net Saviors, including rivals Ijyuuin Enzan (Saiga Mitsuki) and Sharo-descendant Laika (Yuuki Hiro).

    Axess aired in Japan, every Saturday morning at 8:30 AM.

    The anime was licensed by ShoPro and dubbed as MegaMan NT Warrior: Axess.

    The anime is also fan-subbed by #WolfPackProductions.

    Axess gets its own continuation, called Rockman EXE Stream, that began airing exactly one week after Axess's finale, replacing it's Saturday time slot.

    OP Theme - "Futatsu no Mirai" (IGAO) ED Theme - "Hikari Todoku Basho De" (Netto and Rockman)moreless
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    Nero Wolfe (2001)

    Nero Wolfe (2001)

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    Welcome to the Nero Wolfe (2001) guide at TV.com.

    Nero Wolfe was a show based on the mystery books and novellas by Rex Stout. It starred Maury Chaykin as a private investigator in 50's New York City. The brilliant but lazy Wolfe is the genius who solves all the cases, but he uses his assistant Archie Goodwin (Timothy Hutton) to find clues and do all the "dirty work." The show also stars Colin Fox as Wolfe's personal cook, Fritz, Bill Smitrovich as Inspector Cramer, and Saul Rubinek as Archie's friend Lon Cohen who also helps out in many cases.

    The show also used the interesting stunt of employing the same actors to play different parts in each episode. This was used to give the illusion of the show being like a traveling theatre company. Recurring stars include Robert Bockstael, Kari Matchett, David Schurmann, and many more.

    Sadly, after just two seasons, A&E cancelled the series.moreless
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    Big Smo

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    Rookies

    Rookies

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    First, there was COPS, then Real Stories of the Highway Patrol, and then L.A.P.D. Life on the Beat. Now, there is The Rookies, the first law enforcement reality show to focus on brand new out of the academy rookie officers on their first nights on the street. Can they take the heat? Will they drop out or be rejected as unsafe? It's all exposed on The Rookies.moreless
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    The Returned

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    This is an American adaptation of the French series Les Revenants. In the U.S., an English subtitled version of the French show aired on SundanceTV as The Returned.
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    Gravion

    Gravion

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    Season 1: Gravion The year is now 2041 AD. A new enemy called Zerabaia suddenly appears in the solar system, destroying all military installations it comes across. However, a wealthy man named Klein Sandman is already aware of this planned invasion and had been secretly preparing his army for battle. His trump card is Gravion, a giant robot that utilizes gravity as its source of energy. Meanwhile a young man named Eiji secretly enters Sandman's base in search for his missing sister. It is there that he meets another young man by the name of Toga. These two must now fight together with four other individuals aboard the super robot, Gravion to fend off the Zerabaia threat. Season 2: Gravion Zwei After Gravion was able to use its ultimate attack, the Zeravire threat seemed to have temporary stopped. However when it rises back up all of a sudden, the Earth Gult and its trump card, the super robot Gravion, is needed to defend this world again. All this while, the EFA is planning to create their own weapons to counter the Zeravire, the Grand Trooper. Now as they attempt to fend off the Zeravire, the people of the Earth Gult and EFA must protect their future as well as confront their pasts, and unveil the mysteries of the Zeravire.moreless
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    Growing Up Twisted

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    Dee Snider, the front man for the heavy metal band, Twisted Sister, juggles his life with his wife and four kids while still living the rock n' roll lifestyle.
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    Fix This Yard

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    A&E premiers its newest series "Fix This Yard," where homeowners are confronted by their friends, family and neighbors about the way their home looks in the neighborhood. Hosts Amy Devers and Alan Luxmore help these homeowners give their yard a make over in one weekend.moreless
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    Saving Graces

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    No outline of plot known.
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    Coma

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    Ridley Scott and Tony Scott are behind this new miniseries which will retell the story of the bestselling novel "Coma" by Robin Cook and film of the same name by Michael Crichton. It follows a doctor who discovers that something fishy is going on in her hospital after a few routine procedures start sending patients into comas on their operating tables.moreless
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    War & Peace

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    Adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s sweeping historical saga of 19th century Russia versus Napoleon's invasion. The story focuses on the fortunes of five aristocratic Russian families in the fading days of imperial Russia. First broadcast on BBC One, the mini-series will be simulcast in the U.S. on Lifetime, A&E Network and History channel over four weeks as two hour episodes. Weinstein Company is producing with BBC Cymru Wales and BBC Worldwide/Lookout Point. The series' principal photography took place in Russia, Lithuania and Latvia.moreless
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    The Beast

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    An FBI agent with uncouth yet effective tactics is played by Patrick Swayze on A&E's The Beast. Charles Barker (Swayze) trains new partner Ellis Dove (Travis Fimmel). Baker imparts his hard-driving and slick methods even while an internal affairs squad is investigating him.

    The troublemaker veteran makes his new partner sweat as they work undercover, using clever manipulation to continually test Dove and drive him deeper into the "roles" they play on each case.

    Dove struggles to do the job the way he's being taught while facing pressure to spy on his veteran partner to support the internal affairs investigation.moreless
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    Record of Lodoss War

    Record of Lodoss War

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    This guide covers both the Record of Lodoss War OAV and its TV series, Chronicles of the Heroic Knight. Genres: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, RPG Rating: OAV contains some graphic fantasy violence (stabbings and slashes). Language uses d-word. Mild nudity. Chronicles series is less graphic. Welcome to Lodoss Island appears to be PG rated but uses the word "freakin'" a lot in some of the later episodes. Season and Series Explanation Record of Lodoss War OAV (season 1) Number of Episodes: 13 half-hour shows Original Release: 1990-1991 in Japan US Release: 1995 English subtitles, 1996 English language version (VHS, Central Park), July 2003 (DVD, Central Park Media, 2 discs) US Broadcast: 2004-2005 on International Channel (AZN TV). Main Party Characters: Parn (fighter), Deedlit (elf), Slayn (sorceror), Etoh (cleric), Ghim (dwarf), Woodchuck (thief). Opening Song: "Adesso e Fortuna" by Sherry (English version: Lisa De Simone) Ending Song: "Kaze no Fantasia" by Sherry (English version: Lisa De Simone) Description: (from Manga) Lodoss has always been in turmoil, wars the norm and not the exception for thousands of years. Now, the tide of this bitter conflict is about to turn drastically for the worse, which is where an unlikely party of six join together under a common cause. The story is set in a war between Emperor Beld of Marmo and King Fahn of Valis, once the closest of friends. Beld is ready to send armies of darkness to strike without mercy. Meanwhile, the wizard Wagnard, Beld's advisor, intends to revive the Goddess of Destruction, Kardis, by stealing an ancient scepter. And all the while, the Grey Witch, Karla, makes her moves behind the scenes, manipulating everyone so that no one man has all the power. This is what these six must face ad they see sights, meet allies, and face enemies beyond imagination. It's Light vs. Darkness. The future of Lodoss is at stake, and the war has just begun. Opening Narration (episode 1) : The era of the Gods was closing. Their once eternal rule had come to an end. The heavens trembled as the armies of Falis, God of Light, clashed with those of Falaris, God of Darkness. Their perpetual battle ensued. The earth wept. The seas boiled. In the end, each side had but one survivor: Marfa, Goddess of Creation, and Kardis, Goddess of Destruction. They met in a final battle that echoed to the ends of the earth. When it was over, a new land was born, broken away from the rest of the continent, and the last flames of the once-invincible forces of the Goddesses of Light and Dark flickered and died away. Thousands of years have passed, and now the land to the south of the continent of Alecrast has become known as Lodoss, the Accursed Island. Opening Narration (short version): Light and Darkness. The final battle of the gods climaxed in a clash between Marfa, goddess of all creation, and Kardis, goddess of destruction. At the end of their fierce battle, the stricken goddesses had split the continent, forming a new land. Since then, people have come to call this new continent Lodoss, the Accursed Island. Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight (season 2) Number of Episodes: 27 Original Release: April 1, 1998 - September 30, 1998 in Japan US Release: 1999 (VHS, Central Park Media), 2003 Collection (DVD, Central Park Media, 4 discs) US Broadcast: 2004-2005 by International Channel (AZN TV) Opening Song: "Kiseki no Umi" by Maaya Sakamoto Ending Song: "Hikari no Suashi" by Chie Ishibashi Description: This series has two main stories Story #1: Stop Ashram from acquiring the Scepter of Domination; defeat the Shooting Star dragon (ep 1-8 ) Time: Five years after OAV episode 8 Continuity: retells OAV eps 8-13, conforming to the light novels. Party Members: Parn (knight), Deedlit (elf), Cecil (sorceror), Slayn (sorcerer), Leylia (cleric), Shiris (fighter), Orson (fighter/berserker). Maar the wood sprite (thief/bard) and King Kashue of Flaim (fighter) also join in. Story #2: The next generation of adventurers (ep 9-) must recover the Soul Crystal Ball and stop Wagnard from resurrecting Kardis. Time: Ten years after Chronicles episode 8 Party Members: Spark (knight-in-training), Little Neese (Slayn and Leylia's daughter, priestess), Garrack (mercenary fighter), Leaf (half-elf shamaness), Greevus (priest), Aldonova (sorcerer), Ryna (thief). Later on Parn and the gang join in. After each Chronicles episode is a bonus short called Welcome to Lodoss Island where the characters are in chibi form, recapping some of the action, but mainly telling puns and doing other silly things. Related series Legend of Crystania is a film and 3-episode OAV series that focus on Ashram and Pirotess. Rune Soldier, also known as Magical Soldier Louie, is a comedy adventure series also done by Ryo Mizuno set in the same world as Lodoss but on another continent. It was released in 2001. Contributing to the guide Titles and Airdates The OAV titles and airdates are from the original Japanese videos as published to the US copyright database. Many of them differ from the DVD titles. If folks would rather see the DVD titles, please let the editor know. Production Codes These were arbitrarily chosen by the previous contributor to just be the acronym of the series name and its numerical episode number. As this is an anime series, the actual production codes are unknown. Recaps Do not plagiarize from any sources, especially Wikipedia. Notes Major or temporary changes in voice actor main stars. List of other cast roles not officially credited or attributed. US i-channel/AZN TV premiere airdates. Trivia Welcome to Lodoss Island episode recaps. Character debuts and/or reintroduction using banner (Chronicles) or first appearance. Please make the introduction interesting or descriptive. Quotes Follow the English dub or the published script on the DVD. For the Lodoss Island episodes, precede with (Welcome to Lodoss Island); Do not add Chibi to the character names. Where is the character guide? Also, the character guide was removed as it was copied straight from another Internet guide. If you wish to introduce characters you may write up a detailed character debut in the Trivia section in the episode in which they first appeared by banner or by voice. Please contact the editor for any further questions.moreless
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    Rodeo Girls

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    Bates Motel: After Hours

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