Zack (Haas) is a young, divorced father who starts to develop romantic feelings towards his friend Rebecca (Zima), whom he refers to as "Crazy Eyes". He spends a lot of time at a bar run by his best friend Dan Drake (Busey) and hanging out with Autumn (Raymonde). As he pursues a sexual relationship with Rebecca, Zack grows increasingly aware of the importance of his son's role in his life amidst the failing health of his own father.
Rebecca Bunch is a successful, driven, and possibly crazy young woman who impulsively gives up everything - her partnership at a prestigious law firm and her upscale apartment in Manhattan - in a desperate attempt to find love and happiness in that exotic hotbed of romance and adventure: suburban West Covina, California.
The Crazy Ones is an American situation comedy series created by David E. Kelley that stars Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar. The single-camera project premiered on CBS on September 26, 2013, as part of the 2013–14 American television season as a Thursday night 9 pm entry. Bill D'Elia, Dean Lorey, Jason Winer, John Montgomery and Mark Teitelbaum serve as executive producers for 20th Century Fox Television.
Crazy Like a Fox is an American television series set in San Francisco, California, that aired on CBS from December 30, 1984 to May 3, 1986.
A wedding reception hook-up leads to a culinary sex adventure and a sticky situation. A young couple’s sexual adventure proves that you can love nature, but it doesn’t always love you back. A cheating boyfriend drives a furious woman to take grudge sex to new heights.
Stir Crazy is a situation comedy aired in the United States on CBS as part of its 1985 fall lineup. Stir Crazy was based on the hit 1980 film of the same name. The theme song was "Stir It Up" by Patti LaBelle.
Crazy For You is a soap opera shown on ABS-CBN. It is the first television series about overseas Filipino workers, followed by 2012 soap Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo on the same network. It premiered simultaneously on ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel on September 11, 2006, the first world launch in Philippine TV history. The show's title is taken from the 1985 Madonna pop-ballad of the same name.
Car Crazy is a Speed Channel television series about automotive enthusiasts, hosted by Barry Meguiar, President and CEO of the Meguiar's car care product empire. Each episode features various interviews with automotive enthusiasts, which Barry refers as 'car guys'. Some episodes also feature Meguiar's Award. In each episode, Barry expresses the joys of being a "car guy" in missionary fashion. On various occasions, Barry has claimed that his "car hobby" is a form of incurable disease, and it is his job to spread this 'disease' to all over the world. Barry claims the 'disease' is also genetically inherited. Many Car Crazy Trivia answers use Wikipedia as an information source, making it one of the first television shows that openly credits Wikipedia, rather than questioning Wikipedia's accuracy.
Violet rallies a group of students at Attaway High to join the Track and Field team. This rag-tag group encounter friendship, steep competition and even romance along the way.
Crazy Quilt is a 1997 Canadian children's live action television series that premiered and used to air on Treehouse TV. It is the tale of a quilt that takes viewers along for a learning adventure and craft creations in every episode. The hosts Maggie and Jackson teach kids to make crafts. The show is one of Treehouse's first shows, and one of the last to be made just by it with no participation of a larger company, along with Ants in Your Pants, Wee 3 and Treetown. Despite that the programme is no longer in production, the show continued to air. However, its airtime was restricted to the "graveyard slot", specifically around 2:00am – 3:00am. Reruns ended February 27, 2011, along with reruns of Wee 3 and Treetown thus ending all reruns of any Treehouse launch programmes.
From gravity-defying wedding cakes to life-size animal replicas, bakeries across America give a behind-the-scenes look at their mind-blowing confections.
Driven Crazy is an Australian children's television series, based on the short stories by author Paul Jennings. It first aired in 1998, and was the second television series based on his works.
Acting Crazy is a Canadian television game show. Hosted by Wayne Cox, announced by Terry Reid and produced by Blair Murdoch, the show was shot at the CKVU-TV studios in Vancouver and originally aired on the Global Television Network in 1991. It was brought back in 1994 but it was later put into repeat syndication on Global and its sister specialty channel, Prime Television, both having shown every episode. GameTV aired 40 episodes of the show until it was removed from the channel's schedule in October 2012. The show no longer airs.
Crazy Cottage was a children's game show created by Paul Zenon, produced by Action Time for Carlton and broadcast on ITV from 4 April 1996 to 29 May 1998. It was first presented by Rick Adams, followed by Jez Edwards with a puppet cuckoo called Vera. The gimmick of the show was that most things had to be performed backwards. The show started with the presenter saying "goodbye", then starting the games at Round 5. One of the rounds involved a series of actions that had to be performed in a certain order, so that when it was played back in reverse, it matched what they were asked to do. Another round was a kitchen set up on a slope, but appeared to the viewers as a normal room. At the end of the programme, the winning team won a prize, such as a trip to Alton Towers. The losing team would win a backwards invention, for example, a black lightbulb.
Patients in a psych ward are convinced by a charismatic leader that their defects actually are extraordinary “talents,” and must stop the world’s most devastating threat — alien weapons falling into the wrong hands and obliterating life as we know it. But just because it’s crazy doesn’t mean it isn’t true.