Each couple shares the story of their amazing wedding and some of the incredible guests, locations and themes from their big day.
D.: Academy | Newborn Moms | On the Record | Serious Music | She Talks | Tastemade Get Cookin' | This Isn't Working | What to Text Him Back ALL MY GAY FRIENDS ARE GETTING MARRIED* (5 FREE EPISODES) Sit down with Michelle Collins as she chats with married gay couples where they talk about their fabulous weddings with one of their good friends.
I can agree with them on one thing, it is a simplistic view of night life. So if you go out at night and have a good amount of experience mingling with the opposite sex, I think you'll find those show a funny way of passing the time.
Determined to make it in Hollywood, Sarah bides her time between auditions by taking humiliating, soul-crushing temp jobs in order to scrape together enough money for rent and the occasional two-dollar bottles of wine.
Her innocent good looks are just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in her stand-up special "War Paint." Party Girl follows a twentysomething Schwartz, as she navigates adulthood while working with a band of quirky co-workers at a Los Angeles party company that specializes in themed birthdays. Two people are invited to an "Internet gameshow" but are separated in order to play the game.
One person is taken to a set that is made to look like a cheap Internet gameshow.
After that, Joe appeared to him in visions, which as much as anything seemed to be happening because Purefoy is a compelling presence and, hey, he was already on payroll.
As for the finale (and if you haven’t watched), Ryan engaged in a series of encounters with the incredibly resourceful serial killer Theo (Michael Ealy), who remained dangerous even after putting a bullet in his head.
Their tumble into the falls allowed Ryan – resigned to his fate – to essentially wipe the slate clean, recognizing that he was doomed forever to be denied the comforts of home, much like his spiritual predecessor Jack Bauer, who suffered mightily to keep the rest of us safe and secure.
In a display of the program’s nasty streak, those final hours put both children and a pregnant woman in jeopardy, while revealing another traitorous FBI agent, working on behalf of a shadowy organization that Ryan will apparently devote himself to tracking down.