A woman in London unexpectedly inherits a Texas ranching fortune, and takes a transatlantic voyage to collect her fortune, not suspecting two men aboard both plan on winning her hand before she reaches America. One is a gambler interested in her money, and the other, a rich man looking for a wife. The rich man's friend, meanwhile, believes the heiress is actually a gold-digger.
After breaking up with his girlfriend, Josh comes to the realization that he is homosexual. With the support of his now ex girlfriend Claire, and his best friend and house mate Tom, Josh must help his mother with her battle with depression and the rest of his family embrace his new found lifestyle.
Four unapologetically flawed women live, love, blunder and discover what really makes them tick through friendship and tequila in millennial Mumbai.
Please Twins!, is an anime television series, scripted by Yousuke Kuroda and produced by Bandai Visual, which was later adapted into a light novel and one-volume manga series. It centers on a family of three teenagers in high school all living together who are unsure which two of them are related to each other due to a reference from an old photograph. The Please Twins! anime series is a spin-off sequel to Please Teacher!. It first aired in Japan on the WOWOW satellite television network on July 15, 2003 and finished with a total of 12 episodes plus a later OVA episode released on DVD. The series was later adapted into a light novel in 2004, which spanned a total of two volumes and, soon after, into a short one-tankōbon manga version, which was serialized in MediaWorks's Dengeki Daioh magazine in September 2005.
Please Don't Eat the Daisies is an American sitcom
Please Sir! is a London Weekend Television produced situation comedy, created by writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey and featured the actors John Alderton, Deryck Guyler, Joan Sanderson, Noel Howlett, Erik Chitty and Richard Davies. The series ran for 55 episodes between 1968 and 1972.
What happens when a Sanskari meets an Atyachari? Advik and Gayatri – both young and ambitious, but poles apart with each other’s personalities. Destiny brings them together and now, with their new ‘live-in arrangement’, they decide not to come in each other’s way. But as we know, life always has its own plans.
The Pub Landlord’s rules are a pint for the fella and a glass of white wine or fruit based drink for the lady. It might be the 21st century but the landlord’s gaff is the last bastion of all things normal. He ain’t interested in change. It’s just the way things are, and don’t you or anybody else go questioning it.
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Number Please is a Goodson-Todman Productions game show hosted by Bud Collyer which aired from January 30 to December 29, 1961. It replaced Collyer's Beat the Clock when its ABC run completed, and was an early predecessor of Wheel of Fortune and other word-puzzle game shows.
Places Please is an American variety show series that aired during primetime on the CBS Television Network from August 16, 1948 to 1949. Hosted by Barry Wood, each episode was fifteen minutes long and aired on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with the other fifteen minutes occupied by local programming.
Check, Please! is a popular restaurant review program that first aired on Chicago's PBS member station WTTW in 2001. The show's popularity inspired spin-offs in several other markets. A San Francisco version of the show, Check, Please! Bay Area, began its first season in 2005, airing on KQED. A Miami version for WPBT, Check, Please! South Florida, debuted in January 2008. Check, Please! Kansas City then began airing on KCPT in 2009, and Check, Please! Arizona on Phoenix's KAET made its debut in 2010. A Seattle version, Check, Please! Northwest, began airing on KCTS in 2012. The format of the show is simple: three people sit down with a host to discuss three local eating establishments, one favorite chosen by each guest. Before the program is taped, each person chooses a favorite restaurant, and everyone in the group is required to visit each person's selection. Afterwards, everyone describes their eating experiences. Although many participants select trendy, upscale restaurants, just about any eating establishment is fair game including hot dog stands and "neighborhood joints".
Information Please was an American radio quiz show, created by Dan Golenpaul, which aired on NBC from May 17, 1938 to April 22, 1951. The title was the contemporary phrase used to request from telephone operators what was then called "information" but is now called "directory assistance". The series was moderated by Clifton Fadiman. A panel of experts would attempt to answer questions submitted by listeners. For the first few shows, a listener was paid two dollars for a question that was used, and five dollars more if the experts could not answer it correctly. When the show got its first sponsor, the total amounts were increased to five and ten dollars respectively. A complete Encyclopædia Britannica was later added to the prize for questions that stumped the panel. The amounts went up to ten and twenty-five dollars when Lucky Strike took over sponsorship of the program.
What happens when a Sanskari meets an Atyachari? Advik and Gayatri – both young and ambitious, but poles apart with each other’s personalities
One Minute Please was a panel quiz show hosted by Ernie Kovacs aired on the DuMont Television Network from 6 July 1954 to 17 February 1955 on Tuesdays at 9pm ET. Panelists were given a topic and had to talk about the subject for one minute nonstop. The panelist who talked the most was the winner.
Zindagi Kahe – Smile Please is a family show on a lighter note. It is the journey of a rich family who learns the value of relationships from its servants. The story explores what would happen if there is a role reversal between the master and servant. It is a remake of the Korean drama Smile, You.
Check, Please! Northwest is a lively, unpredictable showcase for a vibrant Puget Sound and Pacific Northwest food scene. Every week on the show, three people each recommend a favorite restaurant. After anonymously checking out each other's recommendations, they get back together with host Amy Pennington to discuss, dispute, and celebrate their dining experiences.
Fire Me...Please is an hour-long hidden camera reality series which aired on CBS in summer 2005. It was based on a BBC series called The Sack Race. Two contestants each reported to a new job at separate locations and figure out how to get fired as close to 3:00 p.m. as possible. When both contestants are fired, they report back to host Dave Holmes, and whoever was fired at the right time wins $25,000. Fire Me...Please was believed to be the first reality show to employ a laugh track. The show was also believed to be the first reality series to have one half of an episode feature a repeat, and the other half feature new material. Although critics were not overwhelmed, the series did fairly well in the 18-49 year olds demographic, often placing second against the popular drama House. The show was announced as one of the debut selections on CBS's Innertube website in May 2006, but never appeared on the website. The show's on-air title was Fire Me Please! but CBS insisted the official title was Fire Me...Please. The show is a close adaptation of a short-lived British format, The Sack Race, devised by Hugh Rycroft and first broadcast on BBC Three in 2003, with a repeat run on BBC Two in 2004. The main difference between the two versions is that the UK version was played entirely for laughs, with all of the contestants being young stand-up comedians, and no significant prize money at stake - the prize being merely the average daily wage for the job they took on. While The Sack Race was promoted purely as a comedy programme, Fire Me...Please was advertised as a reality television show.
OAPs (Old Age Pensioners) attempt to get to grips with the latest technological advances in the home, and out and about. They let off steam about whether things really were better in the old days.