E! True Hollywood Story Season 7 (2002-2005)
|7x01 O.J. Simpson |
O.J. Simpson is profiled. Included: an interview with the former gridiron great in which he discusses his childhood, his football career and his courtship of Nicole Brown. Also offering ...
|Sep. 08, 2002|
|7x02 Andy Dick |
Andy Dick is profiled. Included: an interview with the comic, who reflects on being adopted, growing up a military brat and working in show biz, including his stint on “Night Court.” ...
|Sep. 15, 2002|
|7x03 Tawny Kitaen |
Tawny Kitaen is profiled. Included: her past relationships with O.J. Simpson, Jerry Seinfeld, David Coverdale, Tommy Lee and, most recently, baseball player Chuck Finley. Also detailed ...
|Sep. 29, 2002|
|7x04 Marlon Brando |
Marlon Brando is profiled. Often called one of the greatest actors of the modern age, Brando has been nominated for eight Academy Awards, winning two Best Actor Oscars (for his work ...
|Oct. 06, 2002|
|7x05 Steven Seagal |
Steven Seagal's journey to become one of Hollywood's top action stars is chronicled via interviews with his first wife, Miyako Fujitani; writers Lawrence Grobel and John Connolly; film ...
|Oct. 13, 2002|
|7x06 Kirstie Alley |
Kirstie Alley (“Cheers,” “Veronica's Closet”) is profiled. The overview features archival interviews with Alley and her ex-husband Parker Stevenson, as well as new interviews ...
|Oct. 20, 2002|
|7x07 Curse of the Poltergeist |
An overview of the three “Poltergeist” films details how much of the first film echoed scenes from writer-producer Steven Spielberg's childhood; and how behind-the-scenes difficulties ...
|Oct. 27, 2002|
|7x08 Murder in Las Vegas |
An examination of the alleged murder of Las Vegas gaming magnate Ted Binion, who died in 1998 from a lethal overdose of heroin. Binion's girlfriend Sandra Murphy and her alleged lover ...
|Nov. 10, 2002|
|7x09 The Bond Girls |
The “Bond Girls” are spotlighted. Included: comments by Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, George Lazenby, John Cleese, Maryam d'Abo, director Lee Tamahori, Jane Seymour, Yaphet Kotto, ...
|Nov. 17, 2002|
|7x10 Curse of the Little Rascals |
The “Little Rascals” are profiled.
|Nov. 24, 2002|
|7x12 William Shatner |
William Shatner's life and career are spotlighted, detailing his “Star Trek” years; his marriages; and the tragic death of his third wife. Included are comments from Shatner, his ...
|Dec. 08, 2002|
|7x13 The Gong Show |
“The Gong Show” is recalled. The wacky talent show, which aired in the 1970s, was hosted by Chuck Barris, who is the subject of the George Clooney film “Confessions of a Dangerous ...
|Jan. 05, 2003|
|7x14 Doris Day |
Never-before-heard recordings and rare film footage spice this profile of Doris Day. Also included are interviews with film critic Red Reed; Rose Marie; Kaye Ballard; biographer A.E. ...
|Jan. 20, 2003|
|7x15 Richard Pryor |
Richard Pryor is profiled. The biography features the insights of Whoopi Goldberg, Joan Rivers, D.L. Hughley, Jimmie Walker, Tim Reid, Marsha Warfield and Steve Harvey.
|Feb. 02, 2003|
|7x16 Nick Nolte |
Nick Nolte is profiled. Included: a look at the actor's roller-coaster career; his anxiety about fame and fortune; and his alleged self-destructive behavior. The biography features ...
|Feb. 09, 2003|
|7x17 Diana Ross |
Diana Ross is profiled, from her days fronting the Supremes to her inconsistent solo career. The biography features archival interviews with the diva herself and fellow Supreme Mary ...
|Feb. 16, 2003|
|7x18 Rosie O'Donnell |
Rosie O'Donnell is profiled.
|Mar. 02, 2003|
|7x19 Lisa Marie Presley |
Lisa Marie Presley is profiled.
|Mar. 09, 2003|
|7x20 Blood Brothers: Jim and Artie Mitchell |
m and Artie Mitchell are profiled. In 1969, the brothers founded San Francisco's infamous O'Farrell Theater, which ran adult movies and sex shows. In 1991, the fun ended: Jim killed ...
|Mar. 16, 2003|
|7x21 Hollywood Squares |
“Hollywood Squares” is spotlighted. Included: clips from the show's 1965 pilot, with featured Bert Parks as host; and insights from the eventual host Peter Marshall, who helmed ...
|Mar. 30, 2003|
|7x22 Tanya Tucker |
Country-music singer Tanya Tucker is profiled. After her first hit (“Delta Dawn”) at the age of 13, Tucker entered the fast lane---and, in due time, crashed. Here, she reflects ...
|Apr. 13, 2003|
|7x23 The Sopranos |
“The Sopranos” is spotlighted in this overview, which charts the show's success and examines the off-screen lives of its cast members. Included: star James Gandolfini's divorce ...
|Apr. 20, 2003|
|7x24 Gimme a Break |
The sitcom “Gimme a Break” is remembered. Interviews include Nell Carter, Lara Jill Miller, Laurie Hendler, Kari Michaelson, Telma Hopkins and Debbie Allen.
|Apr. 27, 2003|
|7x25 The Hilton Sisters |
Hotel heiresses Nicky and Paris Hilton are profiled.
|Feb. 22, 2005|
|7x26 Jerry Lewis |
An in-depth profile of Jerry Lewis that features the comedian reflecting on his early years; his partnership with Dean Martin; his solo work, including “The Nutty Professor”; the ...
|May. 18, 2003|
|7x27 Justine Bateman |
Justine Bateman is profiled. The former “Family Ties” star talks about her battle with bulimia; her love life; a stalker who terrorized her; and her current roles as wife, mother, ...
|May. 25, 2003|
|7x28 Demi Moore |
A profile of Demi Moore combines archival interviews with the actress, clips from her film and TV work, and commentary from family members, friends and colleagues. Topics include Moore's ...
|Jun. 01, 2003|
|7x29 Michael Jackson |
A profile of Michael Jackson reviews his meteoric---but troubled---rise to megastardom, and the controversy that surrounds his personal life. Interviews include Jane Fonda, Corey Feldman ...
|Jun. 08, 2003|
|7x30 Melrose Place |
The seven-season, 227-episode run of “Melrose Place” is recalled via archival footage and interviews with series creator Darren Star and cast members Josie Bissett, Marcia Cross, ...
|Jun. 15, 2003|
|7x31 Emmanuel Lewis |
Emmanuel Lewis is profiled. The pint-size star made a name for himself on “Webster.” Here, he discusses his child celebrity; and the difficulty he's had as an adult looking to continue ...
|Jun. 22, 2003|
|7x32 Kim Basinger |
Kim Basinger is profiled. The Oscar-winning actress first entered showbiz as a model, parlaying her success as the Breck shampoo girl into acting. Among the topics covered: her agoraphobia; ...
|Jun. 29, 2003|
|7x33 Eminem |
Eminem is profiled. The Detroit native transformed from a shy child into one of the most controversial performers in music. Included: his relationships with his mother and former wife; ...
|Jul. 06, 2003|
|7x34 Shannen Doherty |
Shannen Doherty is profiled.
|Jul. 13, 2003|
|7x35 Martin Lawrence |
Martin Lawrence is profiled.
|Jul. 27, 2003|
|7x36 Ben Affleck & Matt Damon |
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are profiled.
|Aug. 03, 2003|
|7x37 Jenna Jameson |
A provocative journey into the world of the woman known as the Julia Roberts of adult films that has crossed over into mainstream movies, primetime and book publishing.
|Aug. 10, 2003|
|7x38 Anna Kournikova |
Anna Kournikova is profiled. Included are archival interviews with the tennis player, plus insights from tennis commentator Bud Collins, biographer Connie Berman and sports agent Bob ...
|Aug. 17, 2003|
|7x39 Real World |
The story of “Real World” is told through interviews with many of the cast members who appeared on the series through its first 12 seasons, including Norman from the first “New ...
|Aug. 24, 2003|
|7x40 Diana: Legacy of a Princess |
An examination of Princess Diana's legacy includes the conspiracy theory that she was assassinated by government agencies; her sons, William and Harry; and her butler Paul Burrell's ...
|Aug. 31, 2003|
|7x41 Dr. Phil |
Dr. Phil is profiled. The biography includes archival interviews with the popular TV personality; and fresh insights courtesy of his ex-wife, Debbie McCall, and former business partner ...
|Sep. 07, 2003|
|7x42 Paula Abdul |
Former pop star Paula Abdul is profiled. The expanded overview, which originally aired in 2003, includes a 2005 interview with the “American Idol” judge in which she addresses the ...
|Sep. 14, 2003|
|7x43 Charlie's Angels |
The hit detective series Charlie's Angels, which featured three attractive females in the lead roles, is the subject of this episode.
|Dec. 29, 2002|
|7x44 Saved by the Bell |
The Saturday morning sitcom “Saved by the Bell” is recalled via interviews with Dustin Diamond (“Screech”), Dennis Haskins (“Belding”), Hayley Mills (“Miss Bliss”), ...
|Oct. 01, 2002|
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