Dale Squire is a hip, quirky, independent single gal living in the glossy city of Los Angeles. After several failed attempts in quasi-relationships, Dale concludes that finding a meaningful relationship in L.A. is impossible. But being anti-social is tough for any young girl in Hollywood. With Jill’s frantic wedding right around the corner, Dale finds herself reflecting on the significance of marriage, and the mutual respect needed for a successful relationship. When Zach, a successful heartthrob rock star and old friend of Dale’s finds his way back into her life, Dale slowly starts to think that maybe finding love in L.A. is possible – the only problem is that her realization might have come too late, leaving Dale in a silent love triangle, with no way out.
A night of debauchery threatens a sexually abstinent student’s college standing.
Having agreed to model for the Anton V designer jeans, Riley goes to a Malibu Beach photo shoot session with Ella in tow, and they meet the photographer, who happens to be former Melrose Place resident, Jo Reynolds. Unfortunately, Jo and Riley take an instant dislike to each other because Riley correctly sees Jo as too demanding, abrasive, and mean-spirited like literally everyone else in L.A., while Jo correctly sees Riley as inexperienced and naive to the modeling profession. Jo then tries to provoke a fight with Riley by asking her to pose topless in the shoot to make her get in touch with her emotions. Meanwhile, Jonah meets with a producer’s development executive, named Kendra, who invites him to have drinks later that night to discuss his film. The wicked vixen Violet makes another play for Auggie’s attention at Coal. Also, Lauren finds out about David’s criminal secret of sealing artwork to pawn for cash, while she continues to hide her own criminal secret of being a high-class call girl.
Riley helps Jonah film a wedding as his latest video assignment, but the two get into a big fight in the middle of the ceremony over planning their own wedding. Putting her relationship with Jonah first, Riley breaks off her friendship with Auggie, who doesn’t take the news very well. Meanwhile, Ella discovers Lauren’s expensive new clothing and lingerie plus a large envelope of cash. Ella finally confronts her roommate about the late nights she’s been working, and naturally Lauren has to think of a new lie to tell. Also, David fears he may be responsible for Sydney’s death since he still cannot remember anything about that night.
A grieving daughter tries to arrange her father’s funeral, while putting up with all of his ex-wives.
A story about survival beyond one’s class and condition, and the profound changes that occur when a young musician awakens the magic, the music and the possibilities for romance in the world outside the poverty and violence that are his life in the Bronx, NY.
An aspiring recording artist, Adam, is burned by a bad relationship experience and decides that if women won’t respond to the “nice guy” then he’ll be “the jerk.” This is wildly successful with meaningless relationships, but when Adam meets and falls for Molly, who doesn”t fall for his jerk routine, Adam is forced to reconsider his dating philosophy.
In the film, Patience discovers that she’s a part of the lineage of female warriors descended from Mary Magdalene who fight supernatural evil. The film also stars Luke Goss who plays Kristof, an agent sent by the secret organization that has been the guardian of the Magdalena lineage.
Somewhere in the darkness just beyond “Tales From the Crypt” and a little south of “The Twilight Zone,” is “Assorted Nightmares,” a modern-day horror anthology show.
Five high school cheerleaders, including the daughter of the school principal, run amok — and teachers, parents and administrators allow them to get away with a wide range of scandalous behavior. Know as the “fab five,” the girls disregard school rules, drink alcohol and post suggestive pictures on the Internet. But when the new cheerleading coach attempts to discipline them, her superiors ask her to resign. The real version of the events took place in McKinney, Texas, a Dallas suburb, and received national media attention in 2006