He spent his 30s in Chino Prison and with most of his crew locked up or dead, he turned his life around.
Adam Pally as an irresponsible time traveler — dating “Gossip Girl” breakout Leighton Meester in the past because he can’t get a girlfriend in the future — who’s already screwed up American history enough where he has to invite a more responsible history teacher to go back with him to fix it?Phil Lord and Chris Miller are more than reliable as creators go, though, so while I’m honestly a bit more excited about NBC’s “Timeless,” the promise of ham jokes keeps me invested. Official Description: Produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller (THE LAST MAN ON EARTH, “Lego Movie,” “21 Jump Street”), and written by Julius “Goldy” Sharpe (FAMILY GUY), the new comedy MAKING HISTORY follows three friends from two different centuries as they try to balance the thrill of time travel with the mundane concerns of their everyday lives. Can someone go back in time and make this sooner so we can enjoy it right now?The wildly original series stars Adam Pally (“The Mindy Project,” “Happy Endings”), Leighton Meester (“Gossip Girl”) and Yassir Lester (“Girls,” “Key and Peele”). Liz: While Adam Pally is reliably entertaining and I liked the running gag about the ham, this trailer feels like it gives an awful lot of the pilot away, which is always a bit of a frustration. I liked the fundamental premise of the two cops casing each other, but I think the added screen time of them demolishing another family’s Thanksgiving for questioning overly complicated the plotline.
Back at the apartment, Charles has taken his ardent foodie-ism to a new level by purchasing a live turkey, which he plans to take out with an ax in Amy’s bathtub.
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The idea of a Thanksgiving episode based on actual conflict around the Thanksgiving table has become somewhat passé in recent years.
(Sitcom writers would prefer you save that problem for your own life.) Perhaps that’s why this is only ’s second Thanksgiving episode in four seasons. Santiago” returns to Amy’s apartment — the scene of the last Thanksgiving episode — where it quickly finds ways to get the characters out of the traditional dinner confines, sending most of them out of the house altogether.
But what if you've spent the week watching -- or protesting -- the news? And that the threat of massive retaliation involves Islamic terrorists. gave its African American lead an estranged brother, Isaac (Ashley Thomas), who's a drug kingpin, yet there's no denying that some of Jack's family members were probably much worse. Some of you have even followed through with subscriptions, which is especially gratifying.