That means that this part of the season takes place back at Camp Wawanakwa; in a single location once again, unlike Total Drama World Tour.
Widower Gill Callahan retired from the fire department after a tragedy.
Helped out by some mates, he starts a diner, offering simple food to their taste. See full summary » A bookstore owner and hopeless romantic meets the man of her dreams and tries to save her business with the help of a business consultant. See full summary » When socialites Julia and Sydney (early 30's) leave their cushy - if stagnant - lives in Chicago to embark on a road-trip, they end up on the wrong side of the law in a tiny town in Wyoming... See full summary » A best-selling romance novelist moves to Portland to cure his writer's block and unknowingly falls in love with his biggest critic.
Amy arrives home to write her article, but is quickly derailed by her best friend, Sammie (Pesic), who enlists Amy to be the official planner of her upcoming Fourth of July wedding to - of all people - Amy's ex-boyfriend, Hank (Jacot). I am usually a fan of these types of movies but this one was not very entertaining to watch.
As Amy struggles to cater to Sammie's wedding demands and work on her newspaper assignment, her feelings for Hank start to resurface. It was almost as if they made it up as they filmed.
The very thin paper is in excellent condition and I'm doing my best to keep it that way.
Mother Wore Tights (1947) Quad Betty Grable * Dan Dailey * Mona Freeman * Connie Marshall * Vanessa Brown * Robert Arthur * Sara Allgood * William Frawley According to the poster, mother wore a lot of kitty's...yes, I think there is a joke in there Mrs Slocombe would be proud of, but I can't be bothered.
She's always been skeptical about marriage, thinking the commitment would mean throwing away her future.
She has let a string of steady boyfriends get away in favor of her own freedom.
When circulation at the Chicago Post starts to wane, Amy's editor sends her back to her hometown to write an article about growing up in her parents' (Mac Kechnie and Samuda) fireworks business.
With the Fourth of July at hand, this human-interest story will be just what the Chicago Post needs.
A newly engaged bride dreamed of her wedding day with her late mother for her entire life, and is looking forward to planning every perfect detail to honor her mom's memory. See full summary » When Mira's April Fool's Day tricks materialize, she finds herself promoted to the perfect job, dating the perfect man and living in the perfect home. See full summary » A successful matchmaker has suddenly lost the spark in her own marriage after 15 years, so Jennie insists her husband, Ian, to go on a blind date-with her. See full summary » A badly injured leg forces hunky fireman Jeff, who lost his father in a fire as a young boy, to rent a ground floor room during his recovery. See full summary » Young journalist Amy Peterson (Markle) is not as happy with her big city life as she'd hoped, and it's starting to show in her work.