Strange Too - Another Violation by Anton Corbijn is the third music video compilation by Depeche Mode, featuring more videos directed by Anton Corbijn, released in 1990. Unlike the previous video, Strange, all the videos are fully in color. There are six videos, all songs from the album Violator, released in the same year. There is one for each of the four singles, plus two bonus videos, for "Halo" and "Clean", exclusive to "Strange Too". As with its predecessor, Corbijn shot all six videos in Super-8. The tallest woman in the "Halo" video is a young Jenna Elfman. The Drive-In featured in the introduction to the compilation is the "Motor Vu Drive-In", located in Erda, Utah, west of Salt Lake City, near the town of Tooele, this part of the video being shot the day after the band's concert in Salt Lake City in July, 1990.
Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Owl and the rest of the gang discuss all the dangers of strangers and how you should handle yourself should you ever come face to face with a stranger.
A newly transferred employee discovers the hard work and passion of the professionals that fuels the ‘kawaii’ fashion magazine and its culture!
Too Close for Comfort is an American television sitcom which ran on the ABC network from November 11, 1980 until May 5, 1983, and in first-run syndication from April 7, 1984 until September 27, 1986. It was modeled after the British series Keep It in the Family, which premiered nine months before Too Close for Comfort debuted in the U.S. Its name was changed to The Ted Knight Show when the show was retooled for its final season.
Life's Too Short is a British sitcom mockumentary created and written by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant from an idea by Warwick Davis, and is as described by Gervais, about "the life of a showbiz dwarf".
A young woman is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal.
Too Late with Adam Carolla was a late night talk show hosted by Adam Carolla and produced by Jackhole Industries, a team made up of old collaborators: Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel, and Daniel Kellison. The show, which mixed celebrity interviews, chatty everyday observations, scripted sketches, and phone conversations with viewers, premiered on August 8, 2005 in the 11:30 p.m. time slot on Comedy Central. The show struggled to find an audience, averaging fewer than 700,000 viewers, a poor performance that Carolla jokingly acknowledged on air. On September 20, the show was moved to 12:00 and the live audience was dropped. The show got its highest ratings when Steve-O of Jackass and Wildboyz fame came onto the show intoxicated and tackled Adam while yelling obscenities. The last episode aired in November 2005.
Yoo Ji-Na has been a popular singer for the past 20 years, but she holds pain inside because of something she abandoned when she was younger. Meanwhile, Jung Hae-Dang began working as a Yoo Ji-Na impersonator to support her family after her father lost his job. She sings on stage at a club and tries hard to mimic Yoo Ji-Na's songs.
Witness the miracle of cute, from a kitten's first tentative steps, to a puppy's first call to the wild. The first few months of their lives are an adorable adventure. These furry friends are simply too loveable, too curious, too cute!
The story of a backyard group of friends who are making a name for themselves with nothing but blood, sweat and fearlessness.
Eric and Donny are roommates working in an investment firm so they can do the things they love: Eric wants to be a writer, while Donny’s a budding photographer.
Nam Shin is a son from a family who runs a large company. After an unexpected accident, he falls into a coma. His mother Oh Ro-Ra is an authority on brain science and artificial intelligence. She creates an android named Nam Shin III which looks like just like her son Nam Shin. The android pretends to be Nam Shin and he has a bodyguard So-Bong.
A family drama about a surrogate mother and her client.
A grieving police officer, along with the man who shot his partner, finds himself in an underworld filled with working-class hit men, Yakuza soldiers, cartel assassins sent from Mexico, Russian mafia captains and gangs of teen killers.
Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy was a CBC Television television show based upon the adventures of author and rancher Richmond P. Hobson, Jr. in Northern British Columbia. It is based upon the eponymous book and also The Rancher Takes a Wife.
Those who knew them best describe the sensational lives and premature deaths of iconic actors and musicians whose passing left a void in pop culture.
Setoka Tachibana is a female high school student who has confessed her feelings to other boys 12 times, but has been rebuffed each time. Her older brother Haruka Tachibana cares for his younger sister deeply, but he keeps secret from her that they are not blood related. One day, Setoka's first love Takane Serikawa appears after many years and approaches her.
Nine teens on the edge of academic failure embark on an incredible three-month life makeover with the help of a “swat team” of health and wellness experts.
Due to Jeffrey and Sara’s abnormally large heads and faces, they’re the two noisiest and clumsiest people in the world - much to the dismay of everyone around them!
Me Too! is a live-action television series on BBC Two and CBeebies for preschool children based around the large community of Riverseafingal in Scotland. In reality the programme is filmed in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle upon Tyne, with some exterior shots of Manchester Metrolink trams also being used. Me Too! is produced by Glasgow-based production company Tattiemoon. One of the Directors is Andrew Agnew, Balamory's famous Policeman PC Plum. Two of Bobby's helpers cleaning the buses are Stevie Robertson and Jamie Gash. Both performed their dance routines with the combined flair of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly.
Me Too! is a children's television series that was produced in the early 2000s by CBC Television. The series, meant for preschoolers, featured a giant cotton ball-like creature, known by others by its solitary participatory phrase, "Me Too!". The odd but friendly creature, named Fluffy, was played by Helen King in a full-body costume.
Too Something is an American sitcom that aired on the Fox network in October 1995 and again from May, 1996 to June 23, 1996.