When last we left Hope Valley, Elizabeth had made her fateful decision– she was going to date Lucas, the roguish owner of the Saloon that helped her get her work published– rather than date the new Constable Nathan.
Out Like a Lamb had some promise for some character development. Mountie Nate had been hit by a car, and we were led to believe that he would have some amnesia. Led to believe that by the trailer for the next episode. Finally, something that might break up the flirting that had been going on between the two “almost love-birds.”
The new Top Gun: Maverick trailer was released today!
When a magical emporium starts to die, it is up to Molly Mahoney to save it, but the question is does she want to help save it.
The only man standing between the terrorists and Palmer is Jack Bauer. Jack would easily be able to do his job, if the terrorists hadn’t also captured his family. It’s up to Jack to save his family, and protect Palmer.
Ben Walker (Kevin Sorbo) had it all, but it always wasn’t that way. Ben Walker started off wanting to be a preacher. He and his girlfriend, Wendy (Kristy Swanson), wanted to serve the Lord in the ministry, so Ben went away to the city to learn
John and Laura have the perfect life. They have one son and are always spending time with each other. They love making memories until one day when Laura gets charged with murder and gets arrested.
From growing up since he was eight, Gavin had been a movie star. But, his morals weren’t something to repeat. After a hotel incident one night, he is sentenced to 400 hours of community service, at a choice of a church or the sewer.
This movie is based off a true story. Dr. Gosnell was an abortion doctor who was charged with murdering babies by performing an abortion after the legal time.
Once upon a time there lived a prince and a queen who both could sing really well. They lived in harmony for a long time, until the prince was attacked and a sword made half of his face look like an animal.