Mrs Topper's friend Mrs Parkhurst has convinced Mrs topper, to file for a divorce from Cosmo, due to the strange circumstances of his trip with ghost Marion Kirby. Marion comes back from heaven's door to help Cosmo again, this time only with dog Mr. Atlas. Due to a strange behavior of Cosmo, the judge refuses to divorce them, so Mrs Parkhurst takes Mrs Topper on a trip to France, where she tries to arrange the final reasons for the divorce, with help of a gold-digging French baron, Marion takes Cosmo to the same hotel, to bring them back together and to get her own final ticket to heaven, but the whole thing turns out to be not too easy.
Set in Akihabara, the shopping area has been invaded by creatures known as "Synthisters" who prey on the patrons of Akihabara, feasting on their social energy and will to live. These enemies can only be stopped by direct exposure to sunlight, meaning to defeat these synthisters their clothes need to be ripped off exposing them to sunlight.
Coach Trip is a reality game show originally broadcast on Channel 4 from 7 March 2005 to 30 June 2006. The programme returned to Channel 4 from 25 May 2009 to 9 March 2012 after a three-year break. In early 2013, the show went into hiatus again and was replaced by a new show called Brendan's Magical Mystery Tour. However, in September 2013, Channel 4 announced that they had renewed Coach Trip for another series. The show's format consists of four to seven teams of two undertaking a coach tour principally of continental Europe. The tours have usually lasted 30 or 50 days, with passengers remaining on the tour only until they are ejected by their companions on one day, to be replaced by a new couple the following day. The travellers are accompanied by tour guide Brendan Sheerin, who appears in every episode.
Steve agrees to review six restaurants and takes Rob with him.
Antiques experts travel across the country, competing to make a profit at auction.
Titanic is a made-for-TV dramatization that premiered as a 2-part miniseries on CBS in 1996. Titanic follows several characters on board the RMS Titanic when she sinks on her maiden voyage in 1912. The miniseries was directed by Robert Lieberman. The original music score was composed by Lennie Niehaus. This is the first Titanic movie to show the ship breaking in two.
Tripping the Rift is a CGI science fiction comedy television series. It is based on two short animations published on the Internet by Chris Moeller and Chuck Austen. The series was produced by CineGroupe in association with the Sci Fi Channel. It did very well in ratings; however, because Sci Fi didn't have a major 18-34 demographic coming to the network regularly and Sci Fi was not seen as a source of comedy programming, the network decided to postpone ordering more episodes. CineGroupe continued producing the series for the other North American and International broadcasters. The series aired on the Canadian speciality channel Space in 2004. Canada's cartoon network Teletoon has been airing the series since August 2006. The third season aired on Teletoon in 2007, and a feature-length movie version was released on DVD in 2008. Its main character is Chode McBlob. Many episodes parody or allude to movies, television shows or novels. For example, "23½" makes reference to the series 24 and Snakes on a Plane. In fact, the opening of each of the series' episodes pays homage to three specific science fiction shows and movies; Star Trek, Star Wars, and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Three big egos, one small van. Gordon, Gino and Fred pack up their camper van once again and head off on a European adventure, but this time it's personal as each episode takes us on a tour of their cherished homelands. With three countries, three weeks and three coqs au vin in close confinement what could possibly go wrong?
New style of traveling variety program, where MCs divide into teams and embark on trips. Afterwards, they get together in the studio to discuss their trips and determine the winner with the better traveling experience!
Antiques experts accompany celebrities on a road trip around the UK searching for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction
Trip na Trip was an award winning travel show in the Philippines. It was premiered on February 5, 2006. TNT had segments on Hamon ng Bayan, Usapang Berde, Food Trip and Cooking Ko, Cooking Mo, Cooking Nating Lahat, along with the show’s focus on little known and even hitherto unexplored places in the Philippines are guaranteed ratings drawer. Now on its 15th season, TNT is hosted by Katherine de Castro, Jason Gainza, Franzen Fajardo and the new addition to the gang, Boogs Bugia, Akihiro Sato and Kevin Lapena The Trippers are now referred to as “the new faces of tourism”, a good measure of their role in the Promotion of Philippine Tourism Trip Na Trip was produced by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs and Bayan Productions, Inc. Trip Na Trip was cancelled in July 22, 2011 amid budget cuts.
Award-winning chef Stevie Parle and professional spice blender and chef Emma Grazette are embarking on a vibrant, colourful and spice-filled journey around the world.
Reality Trip is a documentary series (seven one hour episodes), which takes five young Kiwi consumers to three different countries to see where the products they buy come from – computers, bananas, costume jewellery, clothes, and tea. They’re products most New Zealanders buy without thinking about their origins and who makes them.
The Trip is an eight-part Channel 4 television series that was first broadcast in 1999. The Trip consists of rarely seen NASA space footage from the earliest days of space exploration to 1990s interplanetary stellar discovery, set to a deftly crafted cutting edge dance music soundtrack. From "we have lift off" to man's first steps on the moon, "the final frontier" to "Houston, we have a problem", The Trip is an intergalactic mind bending space journey into the unknown. It is the brainchild of producer Jacques Peretti. A CD soundtrack for the series was also released by Shifty Disco on 22 March 1999 containing many of the tracks used in the series.
Popular vacation destinations are visited by two seasoned travel writers who determine whether these places are worth the time and money or just hype.
Two cousins are traveling to the sea for summer vacations.
Sean Lock and Jon Richardson head to Louisiana to live with Creole cowboys and Cajun swampmen, who wrestle 'gators and castrate bulls with their bare hands.