Check into the surreal world of Sacred Heart Hospital, where the staff is bizarre and the laughter is contagious. Fresh-faced J.D. (Zach Braff) and his fellow new medical residents weave their way through each unpredictable day with hilarious results.
A half-hour comedy series about Ted and how he fell in love. It all started when Ted's best friend, Marshall, drops the bombshell that he's going to propose to his long-time girlfriend, Lily, a kindergarten teacher. At that moment, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he too hopes to find true love. Helping him in his quest to find his future wife is Barney, a friend with endless, sometimes outrageous opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin, he's sure it's love at first sight, but after a whirlwind romance with her, he realizes destiny has something else in store for him. The series is narrated through flashbacks from the future.
What's a sexy, newly divorced, 40-something mother do for romance when all the men her age are only interested in young hotties? Ready or not, Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox) is about to find out the truth about middle-aged dating in this sexy comedy about feeling young again.
Based on the award-winning British comedy of the same name, this acclaimed sitcom is told through the lenses of a documentary film crew and filled with gossip, pranks, romance and general foolishness at Dunder Mifflin Paper Co. in Scranton, Pennsylvania. If you've ever hated your boss, your job or both, then you'll love this show.
The doctors of Seattle Grace Hospital deal with life-or-death consequences on a daily basis—it's in one another that they find comfort, friendship and, at times, more than friendship. Together they're discovering that neither medicine nor relationships can be defined in black and white. Real life only comes in shades of grey.
“Community” is a smart, exuberant comedy that is consistently ranked as one of the most inventive and original half-hours on television. This ensemble comedy centers around a tight-knit group of friends who all met at what is possibly the world’s worst educational institution – Greendale Community College.
Emmy Award winner Tina Fey writes, executive-produces and stars as Liz Lemon in "30 Rock," a workplace comedy where the workplace exists behind-the-scenes of a live variety show. The show is told through the comedic voice of Fey and features Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy, the brash new network executive who has turned the show upside down with his meddling ways. The single Lemon is living every comedy writer's dream -- head writer on a demanding, live TV program in New York City. Her life is jolted when Donaghy interferes with her show, and bullies Lemon into convincing Tracy Jordan -- a wild and unpredictable movie star -- to join the cast. Now Lemon must manage the unmanageable so that the show -- and her dream -- can go on.
Forget who gets to keep the ring—when a couple splits, the real question is, who gets to keep the friends? In this modern comedy, a couple's break-up will complicate all of their friends' lives and make everyone question their choices. When life throws you for a curve, hold on tight to the people you love. Every circle of friends has someone who's the gravitational center. This show isn't afraid to ask the embarrassing personal questions that inevitably arise in every long-term, close-knit group of friends.
Emmy® winner Patricia Heaton stars as Frankie Heck in this warm and witty comedy about raising a family and lowering your expectations. Middle-aged, middle class and living in the middle of the country, this harried wife and working mother of three uses her wry wit and sense of humor to try to get her family through each day intact.
"Two and a Half Men" co-creator/executive producer Chuck Lorre and "Gilmore Girls" co-executive producer Bill Prady team up to create "The Big Bang Theory," a new comedy about a pair of brilliant physicists who understand how the universe works but have no clue about how to interact with people ... especially women ... and specifically the free-spirited beauty who moves in next door.
"(Compilation) Once in a while, there comes along a show so well-written and performed, so funny, and so outstanding, that it's hard to agree on its best episodes. So we gave up and asked someone else to do it. And who better than the show's creators and executive producers? You'll find everything from Sheldon's "Friendship Algorithm" to Penny's gift of the "Nimoy Napkin" in this curated digital collection of ten unforgettable episodes. "
"(Compilation) The fans have spoken and selected their Top 10 all-time favorite episodes of The Big Bang Theory, assembled here in this special digital collection. These ten classic episodes cover everything from Leonard & Sheldon's first meeting to Amy & Sheldon's first date, including hilarious moments such as Howard's indiscretion with a robot arm, a Comic-Con-costumed mishap in Bakersfield and much more."
"(Compilation) They are not "nerds," but they have their moments. Laugh along with Sheldon, Leonard, Howard and Raj as they mystify the women in their life -- Penny, Amy and Bernadette -- with their love for all things "eclectic." Whether it's a Time Machine, a magic ring, a Lost Ark, a Justice League card or a risqué round of Dungeons and Dragons, you'll love all nine of the nerdiest episodes hand-picked by the geniuses behind the smartest show on TV!"
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star in this Emmy®-nominated comedy. Sheen plays a Malibu bachelor with an easy way with women. His casual lifestyle is interrupted when his uptight brother (Cryer) and his son stay with him. Despite the complexities of their lives, this unusual family unit promises to make each one of them a better man.
Jason Lee, the former professional skateboarder who glided to movie fame with roles in such cult favorites as Kevin Smith's Chasing Amy, was the star of the NBC sitcom My Name Is Earl. Lee, of course, played the title character, a small-town redneck and petty crook who wins 100,000 dollars in the local lottery. As he prepared to celebrate his good fortune, Earl was hit by a car, losing the lottery ticket in the process. Reviving from this double catastrophe, Earl awakened to see TV personality Carson Daly waxing poetic about "karma" on a talk show. Instantly, Earl experienced an epiphany, convincing himself that he could replicate his good luck of a few hours previous by helping out a deserving soul each week -- and, in so doing, he would make up for the many sins (258 by his own count!) that he had committed in his lifetime. Assisting Earl on his do-gooding mission was his brother, Randy (Ethan Suplee), while throwing the occasional roadblock in his path was Earl's trailer-trash former wife, Joy (Jaime Pressley). Created by Greg Garcia, the weekly, half-hour My Name Is Earl premiered September 20, 2005.
Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie), devoid of bedside manner and dealing with his own constant physical pain, uses a cane that punctuates his acerbic, brutally honest demeanor. His behavior often borders on antisocial, but House is a brilliant diagnostician whose unconventional thinking and flawless instincts afford him a great deal of respect. An infectious disease specialist, he thrives on the challenge of solving medical puzzles in order to save lives. House shepherds an elite team of experts who help him unravel diagnostic mysteries. He has a confidant and good friend in oncology specialist Dr. James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard), and maintains a somewhat volatile and undefined relationship with Dr. Lisa Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein), the Dean of Medicine and hospital administrator. Though the two are in constant conflict over House's duties and unconventional behavior, even she would admit that his brilliance is worth the trouble.
Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager growing up in Brooklyn during the early '80s. Uprooted to a new neighborhood and bused into a predominantly white middle school, Chris struggles to keep his siblings in line at home and meet the challenges of junior high. This responsible, resilient adolescent brings a distinct, funny spin to his everyday trials and traumas, in the critically acclaimed comedy Everybody Hates Chris. Filled with dreams that being a teenager would be really cool, Chris' entry into adolescence is turning out to be less than idyllic. Moved from the projects to the tough "Bed-Stuy" neighborhood of Brooklyn, Chris is still stuck in his older-brother role. As the family's "emergency adult," he's responsible for taking care of Drew, his taller, more assured brother, and Tonya, the baby of the family, when his parents are working. As Chris Rock pointedly reflects back, his younger self is set to discover what his family already knows - Chris' sharp, scrappy nature is going to take him places. But first, he's going to have to think, talk, or run his way through one growing experience after another at home, at school and on any number of buses along the way.