Men and women have been stumbling headlong into parenthood since the dawn of time. With no formal training, no license required and no how-to manual, the results can be full of unexpected hilarity. And lucky for us, the cameras are rolling. Bob Saget hosts this side-splitting look at parenting in a one-hour America's Funniest Home Videos theme show. With cameos by his real-life parents, Saget shows us the parent-child moments nothing could prepare us for.
A surreal mix of advertising tropes from the 1960s is very funny but has a neat anti-capitalist undertow.
According to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, 99.9 percent of hitchhikers are murderers. According to the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, 99.9 percent of people who pick up hitchhikers are ALSO murderers.
The show, recorded at London's magnificent Royal Albert Hall, is Bill's own hilarious and irreverent guide to the sounds, styles, and instruments of the orchestra, with a wide and eclectic range of subjects, including music for '70s cop shows, sci-fi films, horror movies, news themes, plus some of Bill's own songs re-imagined for an orchestra, and including Anne's own specially written new works.
When a distraught woodsman reluctantly agrees to guide two New Yorkers on a deer hunt in the frozen wilderness of December's northwestern Maine, his sanity begins to slip away as the wreckage that his buck hunting set in motion a year before catches up with him.
Dimitri Karakatsanis' surrealist graduation film won the award for best student film in 2001. It explores the boundaries between reality and imagination.
A girl starts to follow a guy that photobombed her selfie.
Clyde Cook working as a guide at a snowy mountain resort.
A woman is told the secrets of the world through an art gallery issued audio guide.
Kevin Atherton leads us through a computer-generated exhibit as inventive as it is satirical. The museum is appropriately impossible in its scope, as Atherton playfully acknowledges the imaginative space of virtual worlds. The fantasy exhibitors have free rein in their show, “Four Rooms and a Toilet,” even to the point of cutting windows in partitions, exposing the building’s masonry, and breaking down the wall between the sex-segregated toilets. Atherton, as the gallery guide, justifies each of the artists’ disruptive requests in high-art terminology as we “move” through the rooms.
Laura and Ryan are perfect for each other: they both love Meryl Streep, have been totally destroyed by previous relationships, and they have no idea what they are supposed to do tonight. They also both know that they'll have to pretend to be completely different to how they've ever been previously, in the hope of getting it right this time. How bad can a second date really go and what is there to lose? Ryan and Laura are about to find out.
Shaquille has grown up below the radar and believes that his ticket to a better life lies in throwing a college party. All hell breaks loose as Shaq tries to fix the party--and his future.
Aria gives birth to a son Leo. The happy event turns into a nightmare, when she becomes aware of how different he is as he shoots Prickly branches from his body.
The director and his 8-bit avatar lead you on a galactic adventure through the making of this epic movie, from vibrant concept art, elaborate makeup and amazing sets, to dancing baby Groot.
The killer whale was long feared as a fierce merciless predator until, in May 1964, one was brought into captivity for the first time. It quickly became clear they were highly intelligent, social creatures. Learn more about these behemoths of the seas in this look into their lives.
Erin, a spunky twelve year-old attempts to woo the coolest girl in school with the help of her best friend, Liz.
An almost wordless study of social isolation, mis-communication and sexual identity, 'Field Guide' follows a recently separated couple...
The Insiders Guide To Happiness is a New Zealand drama series that explores the lives of a group of six previously unconnected people. Each life is connected by a bizarre car accident, the outcome of which forces them to examine and explore the happiness in their own lives. The series was followed by a prequel, The Insider's Guide To Love, with James the only character in common.
Young Person's Guide to History is a two-part television special produced by Funny Garbage, the creators of Saul of the Mole Men, and features most of the same actors and creative team. It was originally titled Thomas Jefferson American Phantasm. In the United States, the first part aired on October 27, 2008 and the second part aired on November 3, 2008 on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim. On November 4, 2008 Young Person's Guide to History first aired in its entirety, in honor of election night; after that night Young Person's Guide to History did not air again until July 4, 2010. Clips of it are available on Adult Swim Video. Young Person's Guide to History was originally produced in three parts but was edited down to two. Young Person's Guide to History is not available on DVD or iTunes, but it is available on the "Build You Own DVD" feature on Adultswim.com.
Of all continents on Earth, none preserve the story of the formation of our planet and the evolution of life quite like Australia. Nowhere else can you simply jump in a car and travel back through the entire history of the world. Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide takes you on a rollicking adventure from the birth of the Earth to the emergence of the world we know today. Buckle up for a rocky ride down the Road of Time with series host Dr Richard Smith. Over four one-hour episodes, we meet titanic dinosaurs and giant kangaroos, sea monsters and prehistoric crustaceans, disappearing mountains and exploding asteroids. Epic in scope, intimate in nature, this is the untold story of the land Down Under, the one island continent that has got it all. So join the good Doctor for the ultimate outback road trip: an exploration of the history of the planet as seen through the mind-altering window of the Australian continent.
Would you spend five out of six days at a cheap hostel to stay one night at a 5-star hotel? Do you find happiness in going to a Michelin-rated restaurant with the money you saved for months? From an economic travel course to jaw-dropping luxury spots, this tour guide is tailored for those who appreciate small luxuries in life.
The comedy duo give ther unique take on a variety of subjects
Guide to the Good Life is a weekly Australian television series that airs on Channel Seven. The series, sponsored by insurance company APIA, features various lifestyle segments including food, travel, motoring, home and finance advice. The program is aimed towards older viewers, the same demographic targeted by APIA. The program premiered at 5pm on Saturday, 6 June 2009. It joins similar Seven programs such as Mercurio's Menu, Coxy's Big Break and Sydney Weekender, which are also shown on weekend afternoons between 5pm and 6pm. The program is made in 1080i 25PsF high-definition.
The Vice Guide to Travel is a documentary-style travel show released in 2006 by Vice Media, as part of the VBS.tv online television division of Vice. The show follows Vice employees as they travel to dangerous, weird, and offbeat locations throughout the globe.
Not Your Average Travel Guide is a travel show on the Travel Channel, it airs Saturdays at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET/PT. It is hosted by seven different "Travel Guides", Bill Delano, Brian Knappenberger, Carrie Lederer, Kate Ward, Shane O, Joseph Van Harken, and Brad Hasse. The show features a specific city in each episode lasting approximately 30 minutes. The show attempts to give an unconventional personal tour of the world, also featured during the show are small travel tips and facts. The show debuted on November 17, 2006 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
A documentary series that casts light on increasingly controversial procedures, diets and revived ancient therapies that are being sought by people desperate to dramatically alter their bodies or radically improve their health, and the booming industries that are more than happy to accept their business.
The Complete Guide to Parenting is an ITV comedy drama, starring Peter Davison as George Huntley, Professor of Child Psychology at London University, best-selling author of Hey Mum & Dad, Get Your Act Together and LBC resident parenting guru. He finds his so-called parenting expertise put to the test, when his wife Phoebe takes a job based in Paris. George has to hold the fort and look after his 7-year-old son Jamie, for the very first time, whilst juggling the rest of his busy life. Whilst scenes are filmed at UCL, which is one of the universities that make up the University of London, it is unclear whether this show's 'London University' is meant to be the University of London. The series was created and written by Paul Smith.
The Smart Woman Survival Guide is a Canadian situation comedy, filmed in Toronto, Ontario, currently in its third season. It airs on the W Network and CosmoTV. It was renewed for 26 further episodes before season one had finished shooting. The show was originally conceived as a two-act show that grew to four acts with a teaser and tag.
Alain de Botton's psychobabble-free self-help course for the philosophically minded.