Archive for April, 2007

Gotcha!

Monday, April 30th, 2007


Directed by: Dan Attias
Written by: Rob Weiss & Doug Ellin

Vince and Amanda are still glowing in their post-hookup bliss, but they resolve to continue on with their professional relationship as if nothing had happened. The pair aren’t very good at hiding their attraction, and E quickly realizes what is going on. Concerned about what the situation will do to Vince, E lets Amanda know how he feels about the affair.

Pauly Shore has a new hidden camera show, “Gotcha,” and word gets to Drama that he’s going to be surprised by a filmed prank. So when Drama has a run-in with UFC Champion Chuck Liddell later that day, he assumes it’s part of the show and plays it up for the imagined cameras by getting tough with the MMA superstar. Liddell is about to drop Drama, when fate intervenes and Drama is spared. Unfortunately, the real “Gotcha” involves a troop of money-grubbing girl scouts and Drama realizes that he’s now on Chuck Liddell’s hit list for real.

Ari’s college buddy Scott comes to visit, and Mrs. Ari is not happy about it. She has always found him to be boorish, but when he arrives at the house, he’s far more civil than before and he even has a beautiful fiancee in tow. Scott is also wildly rich due to a dotcom deal that earned him $65M, and Ari finds himself jealous of his friend. To try and bring back the old Scott, Ari begins acting like a frat boy towards Scott’s fiancee, offending her and cutting the reunion short.

To try and smooth things over with Liddell, the crew go to a fundraiser that he’s putting on for underprivileged kids. But the Iceman isn’t fooled and challenges Drama to step into the octagon to settle things. Liddell demands that Drama fall to his knees and beg for mercy, an option that Drama quickly opts for. Just as the beating is about to begin, the Iceman quietly whispers “Gotcha.”

I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak

Saturday, April 28th, 2007

Miley wishes that she could sing the blues (or any song for that matter) when she needs to undergo throat surgery. But can a dream about her late mother have her whistling a happy tune?

Get Down, Study-udy-udy

Friday, April 27th, 2007

Miley focuses on Hannah’s impending tour of Europe, instead of paying attention to her school work. After Robbie learns that her grades are suffering, he tells Miley that he’ll call the tour off, unless she finds a way to bring her grades up. Jackson wishes he could fly the coop, when Snowball, Thor’s talkative pet bird, uses his gift of gab to get Jackson into trouble.

You Are So Sue-able To Me

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

Lilly goes from “Skater Girl” to “Glamour Girl” in order to impress her crush on a date. But when her new beau is a no show, Lilly decides that their next date will be in court. Jackson is the happiest boy in the world, after he wins two court side tickets to a Laker’s playoff game. However, his joy is dampened when both Robbie and Thor want the extra seat.

Cuffs Will Keep Us Together

Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

Oliver believes that the key for getting Lilly and Miley’s friendship back on track is by handcuffing the girls together. Unfortunately, his plan backfires and he may lose his friendship with both girls if he can’t find where he put the handcuff keys. Robbie discovers that silence really is golden when he wants his son to pay attention to him.

House Training

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

The doctors try to find what’s wrong with a scam artist who collapses after her brain “freezes,” but the case becomes personal for Foreman.

Me and Rico Down by the School Yard

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

Miley is forced to become Rico’s gal pal when the troublesome tyke claims to know her secret. A new kid in town named Thor decides to make Jackson his new best friend. But Jackson, a former hillbilly, wants nothing to do with a “hayseed” like Thor.

Manic Monday

Monday, April 23rd, 2007


Directed by: Julian Farino
Written by: Doug Ellin & Marc Abrams & Michael Benson

Amanda needs an answer on the period film, but Vince won’t commit to any other project until the cameras are actually rolling on ‘Medellin.’ Amanda persists, so Vince has the crew read the script to get everybody’s opinion. Unfortunately, the script is so dry that nobody can get through it, leading Vince to realize that the project isn’t right for him after all.

Back at Miller Gold, Barbara demands that Ari fire an inept agent, but Ari can’t bring himself to lower the ax – usually one of his favorite tasks. Ari’s couples- therapist postulates that he’s feeling emasculated by losing Vince as a client. Ari dismisses the theory and storms back to the agency to cut the dead weight off the Miller Gold payroll – but wimps out again. In a full-blown identity crisis, Ari tracks down his therapist on the golf course, and she helps him reconnect with his inner anger, allowing him to return to work, fire the agent and reclaim his Ari Gold swagger.

Amanda makes one last attempt to attach Vince to the period film, demanding that he and E join her for a dinner meeting. Infuriated to hear that Vince is officially passing, she asks if Ari is responsible for the change of heart. Vince denies it, and Amanda insists that going forward, they be completely honest with each other. The new honesty policy is immediately invoked when Amanda and Vince admit their mutual attraction and get together for a hookup.

More Military Movers

Thursday, April 19th, 2007
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Soldiers
Soldiers, machines, and supplies are only effective if they arrive at the battlefield in time. Explore the history and the technology behind the machines that do the heavy moving in times of war.

Act Your Age

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

A 6-year-old girl suffers ailments expected in patients much older. Tensions between Chase and Cameron lead House to intentionally assign them to the same tasks, including investigating the young girl’s home.