American Gigolo, DVD, David Cryer, Patricia Carr, Tom Stewart, K Callan, Brian D

American Gigolo, DVD, David Cryer, Patricia Carr, Tom Stewart, K Callan, Brian D

The Cryers' lies catch up with them, things get heated between Jeffery and Landon, and David has a new, unlikely admirer. Plus, will Candace escape her kidnappers? Find out on an all-new season this May.

The Cryers' lies catch up with them, things get heated between Jeffery and Landon, and David has a new, unlikely admirer. Plus, will Candace escape her kidnappers? Find out on an all-new season this May.

Nobody’s been around longer than George Lee Andrews (r.), who began rehearsals with the show in 1987. He’s now playing Monsieur Andre alongside David Cryer (l.) in the part Andrews formerly played, Monsieur Firmin. (Got that?)

Nobody’s been around longer than George Lee Andrews (r.), who began rehearsals with the show in 1987. He’s now playing Monsieur Andre alongside David Cryer (l.) in the part Andrews formerly played, Monsieur Firmin. (Got that?)

DAVID CRYER as Monsieur Firmin, MICHELE McCONNELL as Carlotta and GEORGE LEE ANDREWS as Monsieur Andre Photo: JOAN MARCUS

DAVID CRYER as Monsieur Firmin, MICHELE McCONNELL as Carlotta and GEORGE LEE ANDREWS as Monsieur Andre Photo: JOAN MARCUS

2012 Primetime Emmy nominees:  Outstanding lead actor in a comedy  Jim Parsons, "Big Bang Theory"  Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm"  Don Cheadle, "House of Lies" (pictured)  Louis C.K. "Louie"  Alec Baldwin, "30 Rock"  Jon Cryer, "Two and a Half Men"

2012 Primetime Emmy nominees: Outstanding lead actor in a comedy Jim Parsons, "Big Bang Theory" Larry David, "Curb Your Enthusiasm" Don Cheadle, "House of Lies" (pictured) Louis C.K. "Louie" Alec Baldwin, "30 Rock" Jon Cryer, "Two and a Half Men"

David Orr quote MLP

David Orr quote MLP

[1-3-26] COME SUMMER Playbill - March 1969 | Lyrics: Will Holt; Book: Will Holt; Music: David Baker | The original Broadway production opened on March 18, 1969 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre starring, Ray Bolger, Leonard John Crofoot, David Cryer, Cathryn Damon and Margaret Hamilton. Directed by Agnes de Mille it closed after 7 performances on March 22, 1969. Despite its short run, David Cryer won the 1969 Theatre World Award.

[1-3-26] COME SUMMER Playbill - March 1969 | Lyrics: Will Holt; Book: Will Holt; Music: David Baker | The original Broadway production opened on March 18, 1969 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre starring, Ray Bolger, Leonard John Crofoot, David Cryer, Cathryn Damon and Margaret Hamilton. Directed by Agnes de Mille it closed after 7 performances on March 22, 1969. Despite its short run, David Cryer won the 1969 Theatre World Award.

'The Haves and the Have Nots' June 21 - Summer Season   New episodes of The…

'The Haves and the Have Nots' June 21 - Summer Season New episodes of The…

David Bowie by Terry O'Neill 1973

David Bowie by Terry O'Neill 1973

After Candace charges into the Cryer-Harrington campaign headquarters and delivers her pricey demands to Jim, David, their wives and Maggie, Veronica pushes back with some threats of her own. However, Candace has one last trump card to play.

After Candace charges into the Cryer-Harrington campaign headquarters and delivers her pricey demands to Jim, David, their wives and Maggie, Veronica pushes back with some threats of her own. However, Candace has one last trump card to play.

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