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You're looking for DreamWorks' animated miniseries Invasion America that aired on the WB in 1998. A young crossbreed human and alien fights to keep both of his worlds from going to war. His father, an alien (Tyrusian) emperor and his mother, a human, are both missing, and the young man (David) has to discover who his friends and enemies really are. His ...


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You're looking for Head Games on Discovery, a hidden camera show dealing with social experiments. Episode 1 had a scene where people kept staring at a person in a car wash waiting room. Episode 3 had a scene where a person was building a stool and was distracted more by a woman talking on her cellphone than by her talking without it. You can see the first ...


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This is the episode with the gorilla sketch


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There is a high possibility it could be Leon: The professional (1994). I have already asked a question about it here. It has many cartoon posters like this one: The movie is not a cartoon, check all the covers here.


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If it's American, it's Gracepoint. It stars David Tennant one of the Doctors from Doctor Who, who also played the same role in the British version, Broadchurch. Gracepoint is an American crime drama television series created by Chris Chibnall. It is a remake of Chibnall's UK drama series Broadchurch, and also stars that series' lead, David Tennant, along ...


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Maybe you speak about Jumanji ? (In my remains there were only one world in the book)


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The only show I know they go to a different world via a book is Dragon Tales. But I can't recall that plot you described (I haven't watched Dragon Tales much though)


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Sounds a lot like Phantom 2040. He wears a purple uniform and he has a black and yellow rope. Here's the intro on YouTube and you can see the rope at around the 00:24 mark:


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The Thick of It (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0459159/) The scene in question


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The Thick of It, season 4, episode 2. Malcolm tries to describe it to Oliver with hilarious results. Malcolm: What's that film that you love? What film? The one about the f&$%ing hairdresser, the space hairdresser and the cowboy. The guy, he's got a tinfoil pal and a pedal bin. His father's a robot and he's f&$%ing f&$%ed his sister. LEGO, ...


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This is a familiar, and early, scene in the movie Law Abiding Citizen. Gerard Butler plays a family man intent on getting revenge on the killers of his family, and the prosecutors who mis-handled the case. He commits a crime himself, (the gruesome slicing up of a member of the gang that killed his family), and enters prison to extract his revenge. Part of ...


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I think it's the TVE show Turno de oficio: Diez años después from 1996, the sequel to Turno de oficio from 1986. I think it because the show's title means something like "Public defence: 10 years later", there's a main character called Cosme and its intro is accompanied by the 3rd movement from Telemann's Trumpet Concerto in F minor. You pretty much solved ...


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I think it pretty much sounds The clinic S07E08. You can read summary of this episode here.


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GForce? or aka: Battle of the Planets?Check this out and see if it what you are remembering.


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I'd say that this phrase is simply a rewording of 'nature vs. nurture'. Basically, if a person grows up in a moral, law abiding family where he/she is taught to uphold the law, they won't grow up to be a villan. But... if a person grows up in the company of 'villans' then the acts of villany will become the norm to them and their moral compass will be ...


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If You Really Knew Me, which ran for only one season on MTV in 2010. Students from each [school] clique participate in Challenge Day, which is a program designed to break down stereotypes and unite students in schools. At Challenge Day, students from all walks of life gather together in one room. Then each student is assigned to a group where they must ...


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Just to present it as a proper answer: You're looking for a 1984 episode of "Tales from the Darkside" called Inside the Closet, though you remembered a couple of details a bit wrong: What is scurrying around inside the closet of the upstairs room that grad student Gail Aynsley rents from veterinary school dean Dr. Fenner? Gail doesn't know, but she is ...


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You're looking for UK sci-fi mini-series The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells from 2001, a historical 6-episode show based on the stories of H.G. Wells with him as the protagonist that investigates paranormal events with his girlfriend, teacher and scientist Jane Robbins. It includes: A truth serum released into London's water supply (Ep. 6, The Stolen ...


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I think you are talking about Coke Studio (India). Currently its 4th season is running on MTV. It show re-composition of popular/non-popular songs, from folk to rap it covers variety of different music. Here is one song from the show: ...



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