Hot In Cleveland - Season 3 ...
The third season of the TV Land original sitcom Hot in Cleveland premiered on November 30, 2011. TV Land originally ordered 22 episodes but later increased the order to 24. The series stars Valerie Bertinelli, Wendie Malick, Jane Leeves, and Betty White.
Hot in Cleveland - Season 3 ...
On February 28, 2011, TV Land renewed the show for a third season to consist of 22 episodes. However, on March 21, 2011, the episode order for season three was increased from 22 to 24 episodes. This season premiered on November 30, 2011, and ran straight through until June 6, 2012.
What'd you think of the season premiere, folks? Is Betty White and Co. still making you laugh? Do you remember some great lines that I forgot here? Are you as stoked about this new season of Hot in Cleveland as you were about the first? Who's your favorite character (besides Betty, of course)? Lemme know all your thoughts below.
The ratings for Hot in Cleveland have come way down over the years. The first season averaged more than three million viewers each week. The fifth season drew about 950,000 viewers and the first few episodes of the current sixth season have averaged 710,000.
During seasons 2, her Visa expires and she will need a green card to remain in the country legally. She was going to marry Rick, played by Wayne Knight, though he leaves her for their immigration caseworker. She later gets engaged to Artie Firestone, played by Jon Lovitz, a homeless man who is, in fact, the heir to the Firestone Rubber fortune. Upon finding out that her soon to be fiancee is actually a homeless man, her immigration caseworker doesn't approver her application. She does give Joy an extension on getting it.
In season four, Owen moves to Cleveland with his son Wilbur. Joy, along with Melanie, Victoria, and Elka, step in to help Owen take care of Wilbur. Initially, Owen was considering giving Wilbur up for adoption, the way Joy did with Owen. Also during the fourth season, Joy goes back to college to earn her degree. While attending Cleveland State, she becomes somewhat of an outcast because she is too old. However, Elka, who is also attending and is much older, is considered "a novelty" because she is 90. Joy realizes that she wants to become a private detective and begins an internship with Bob Moore, played by Dave Foley. While he is quite taken by her, Joy is not as taken by him, though she slowly softens to him.
Regardless of her age, and the snarky remarks of Elka, Joy excels at being a private detective with Bob. However, when Owen's father Simon, played by Craig Ferguson, comes back into her life, she wants to give that relationship another try. Distraught by this, Bob sells the agency to Mitch, who Joy is infatuated with. However, Mitch is in love with Melanie and views Joy as too similar to his ex-wife. At the end of the fifth season, she is proposed to by Simon, Mitch and Bob; leaving her in a predicament.
At the start of the sixth season, she ultimately chooses Simon, though things slowly begin to fall apart. it is revealed that he is married to a woman from another country so she could be extradited to the United States to seek political asylum. Then, he has to go back to the woman's country, leading him to be away from Joy for an extensive period of time. She decides that they can remain friends but not lovers. Mitch leaves, selling the business back to Bob though Joy's services are retained. Though Joy is eager to rekindle their romance, she finds that Bob is going out with a former lover. However, the lover is only marrying Bob because he comes from an extraordinarily wealthy family. Joy realizes that Bob was the "John F. Kennedy Jr." of Canada.
She has a long-standing rivalry with All My Children star, Susan Lucci. At the end of the first season, she wins a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, though Susan Lucci accepts the award for her. Following the cancellation of All My Children, Victoria's rivalry with Susan Lucci seemingly ends in the Season 3 episode "Life with Lucci". Lucci visits Victoria in an attempt to learn how to exist without being on a soap opera However, it is only a ploy to learn victoria's mannerisms to steal a part from her. Lucci has been the victim of many pranks by Victoria, such when Victoria gave Lucci's number to an ex-convict.
Throughout seasons 2 and 3 she works as a reporter for the morning news show, "Oh Hi, Ohio". She mostly takes the job because she is left penniless after her accountant is indicted on tax fraud, leaving her assets frozen. However, after Joy is involved in a scandal involving the governor, she comes to find the job suits her well. By season four, though, she returns to acting by starring in Woody Allen movie, where she meets acclaimed actor Sir Emmett Lawson, her co-star. For her role in the film, she wins the Acadamy Award for Best Actress, along with Helen Mirren. As the relationship starts to blossom with Emmett asking Victoria to marry him in the episode What Now, My Love? However, Emmett is later sent to jail because his business manager commits tax fraud. he escapes from jail dressed as Victoria. Later on, he is discovered to be hiding in a mountainous country in Europe. Victoria chooses to leave him as it is already presumed he died in a plane crash anyway.
Theyre back and hotter than ever! The Emmy Winning, highest-rated series in the history of TV Land is back with the third season. Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick and Betty White return for more laughs, more loves, and more misadventures in the Midwest. Whether theyre taking a gay cruise, modeling tracksuits, or setting each other up on disastrous blind dates, these four fabulous women make Cleveland the hottest destination on DVD!
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Anderson began the season second on the Browns' depth chart, but emerged as the top signal caller after Cleveland (1-1) dealt starter Charlie Frye to Seattle on Sept. 11 following a poor performance in a season-opening 34-7 loss to Pittsburgh.
As impressive as the Browns' offense was in Week 2, it might be tough to repeat that effort against an Oakland defense that ranked third in the NFL last season with 284.8 total yards allowed per game and kept Cleveland to 240 yards in the Browns' 24-21 win on Oct. 1, 2006. Cleveland has won three straight and six of the last seven games against the Raiders (0-2).
While the Raiders' defense was their strength last season, they haven't been nearly as dominant in the first two games. They gave up 392 yards in the opener and 441 in a tough 23-20 loss at Denver last Sunday.
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The Cubs have shown their ability to fight back and successfully come back all season. It might not seem like that because of their 103-win season and their predicted success, but this is a hard-nosed team.
Feb. 27, 2009Contact: Greg Murphy Complete Release in PDF Format GAME 28Cleveland State (17-10, 11-4) at Loyola (8-17, 3-12)Date:Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009Time: 3:00 p.m. ESTSite: Gentile Center (5,500) - Chicago, Ill.TV:Live video streaming available online through the Horizon League Network. Links to video available at CSUVikings.com.Series:CSU leads, 21-10Last Mtg: @CSU 87, LU 52 (1/29/09)Tickets: Available at game.SETTING THE SCENE: Cleveland State concludes its regular season road slate when the Vikings play at Loyola at 2:00 p.m. CST (3:00 p.m. in Cleveland) on Saturday, Feb. 28. The Vikings improved to 17-10 overall and 11-4 in the Horizon League by winning for the 10th time in their last 12 games, 83-73 at UIC on Thursday night. The Vikings are in third place in the league standings, one game behind second place Butler (12-3). Loyola is 8-17 overall and 3-12 in league play following a 70-52 win over Youngstown State on Thursday. CSU has won four of the last five meetings with the Ramblers, including an 87-52 win in the Wolstein Center in late January, and have won two straight in Chicago.PREVIEWING CLEVELAND STATE: Coming off the most successful season in school history, head coach Kate Peterson Abiad has CSU playing its best basketball of the season, leading the Vikings to wins in nine of the last 11 games. The lineup is keyed around seven players who made contributions to last year's NCAA tournament squad, headlined by junior guard Kailey Klein (17.3 ppg, 5.2 rpg, 3.2 apg), a first team All-Horizon League pick last season. Klein is joined in the backcourt by junior Jessica Roque (10.5 ppg, 3.0 rpg) and sophomore Shawnita Garland (12.9 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 3.1 spg), while junior Angel Roque (4.6 ppg, 2.8 apg) is the top guard off the bench. Senior Dominique Butler (9.6 ppg, 7.0 rpg, 2.6 spg) leads the frontcourt after earning Horizon League Defensive Player of the Year accolades last season and junior Stephaine Crosley (4.4 ppg, 6.1 rpg) starts at the other forward. Senior Natalie Miller (2.3 ppg, 1.3 rpg) also figures into the rotation as a wing-forward, while freshman guard Janelle Adams (2.7 ppg, 2.2 rpg) and freshman forward Destinee Blue (1.8 ppg, 1.9 rpg) also receive minutes.THE HEAD COACH: Kate Peterson Abiad is in her sixth year as the head coach of the Vikings and claims an overall record of 64-111 (.366) after leading the Vikings to 19 wins last season. The sixth head coach in school-history, Peterson Abiad spent six years as an assistant coach at Wisconsin, serving as the recruiting coordinator starting in 1998. She also worked at Eastern Illinois (1993-97) and Indiana (1991-93). A 1991 graduate of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Peterson Abiad earned Kodak All-America honors her senior season after setting the NCAA Division III record for three-point field goals per game at 3.85.CSU TO HOST QUARTERFINAL GAME: Thursday's win over UIC clinched a top-four finish for CSU in the Horizon League regular season standings. That ensures that the Vikings will host a league quarterfinal game in the Wolstein Center on Wednesday, March 11. The Vikings can still finish anywhere between second and fourth place with one more win assuring CSU a finish of second or third.A WINNING SEASON: Wins in 10 of their last 12 games has allowed CSU to clinch its second straight winning season after posting a 19-14 mark last season. It is the first time CSU has recorded back-to-back winning seasons since 1982-83 (23-6) and 1983-84 (19-8). The Vikings have never posted three straight winning seasons.11 LEAGUE WINS & COUNTING: Thursday's win at UIC improved the Vikings to 11-4 in the Horizon League, allowing CSU to set a school-record for most Horizon League wins in school-history. The old record was 10 wins by last year's team.CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARDS: CSU may have lost the rebounding to UIC on Thursday, 32-31, but Stephaine Crosley controlled the glass all night as she finished with a career-high 16 rebounds, including six on the offensive end. Her 16 boards are tied for the 20th most in a game in program history and were the most by a CSU player since Audra Cook had 17 on Jan. 13, 2000, against Milwaukee.A GOOD TWO YEARS: CSU has enjoyed quite a bit of success over the last two years, posting 17 wins this year after winning 19 games a season ago. The 36 wins over two seasons are the third most over a two-year stretch in school history. The 1981-82 (14 wins) and 1982-83 (23 wins) squads won 37 games over a two-year span and the best two-year streak in school history was set in 1982-83 (23 wins) and 1983-84 (19 wins) when those squads combined to win 42 contests.... ESPECIALLY AT HOME: The Vikings have gone 19-7 at home over the last two seasons, tied for the best two-year stretch in program history. The 1980-81 (11-2) and 1981-82 (8-5) squads also won 19 games over a two-year period.SWEET 17: Thursday's win over UIC was CSU's 17th victory of the season, surpassing last year's regular season win total (16). In addition, the 17 wins are the third most in program history. The school-record for wins in a season is 23, held by the 1982-83 squad, while the 1983-84 team and last year's squad are tied for second in program history with 19 victories.DISHING IT OUT: The Vikings dished out a Horizon League season high 26 assists on their 32 baskets on Thursday at UIC. The 26 assists, which were the fifth most in a game in program history, moved CSU into first place in the league in assists (15.1). Kailey Klein led the Vikings with a career-high seven assists vs. UIC.ON THE MARK: CSU shot .582 (32-55) from the field on Thursday at UIC, marking the second best shooting percentage in school history and the seventh time the Vikings have shot better than 50-percent from the floor this season. In fact, the Vikings have recorded four of the top seven shooting percentages in school history this season, including a .581 effort at Valparaiso, the third highest field goal percentage in school history. CSU also shot .574 against Eastern Michigan, which ranks as the fourth best performance in school history and .561 at Youngstown State, ranking as the sevent best effort from the field in program history.WINNING IN THE WOLSTEIN: Saturday's win over Detroit improved the Vikings to 10-2 at home this year, the second most home wins in school history and the second most wins in the Wolstein Center. With at least two home games left, the Vikings have a chance to break the school-record for home wins in a season, which is 11 held by the 1980-81 and 1998-99 teams. The 1998-99 team also claims the record for most wins in the Wolstein Center in a season (11).GAME 115 NEXT FOR BUTLER: Saturday's game at Loyola will mark the 115th career game for senior Dominique Butler, moving her into third place in program history. With at least four games left (including the Horizon League Championship), Butler has a chance to tie or break the school-record of 120 career games, held by current CSU student assistant coach Brittany Korth (2004-08). Butler should finish no worse than second place, which is currently 117 games by Juli Grant (1995-00).KLEIN FOR THREE: With her two three-pointers against UIC, Kailey Klein moved into 10th place on the career list at CSU with 105. She is five shy of moving past Erin Martin and into ninth place. In addition, Klein's career .358 (105-293) percentage is third all-time in progarm history.KLEIN INCHES CLOSER TO 500 POINTS: Kailey Klein has scored a team-most 468 points this season. With 32 more points, she will become just the third player in school history to score at least 500 points in two separate seasons after she poured in a school-record 654 points as a sophomore. Dianne Foster (635 points in 1982-83 and 536 points in 1983-84) and Erika Roudebush (544 points in 2002-03 and 509 points in 2001-02) are the only players to accomplish the feat in program history.KEEP `EM UNDER 55: Since the start of Horizon League play, the Viking defense has really picked things up. After giving up 65.4 points per game in 12 nonconference contests, CSU has dropped that number to just 54.1 points per game through 15 conference contests. Only two league teams have managed to score more than 55 points against the Vikings, Green Bay (65 & 69 in a wins) and UIC (60 and 73 in a loss). Last season, CSU surrendered 64.4 points per game in Horizon League play and held just three teams under 55 points.... AND UNDER 50: When CSU held Wright State to just 43 points on Feb. 19, it marked the fifth time that a CSU opponent failed to top the 50 point mark this season. It is the most opponents CSU has held under 50 points in one season since the 1978-79 squad did it six times. The 1974-75 team holds the record with nine.... AND UNDER 20 IN THE FIRST HALF: The Vikings have been nothing short of spectacular on defense in the first half over the last three games, holding each opponent to under 20 points. The streak started when CSU gave up just 10 points to Youngstown State and continued with 15 points by Wright State and 19 by Detroit. CSU has held five opponents under 20 points in the first half this season.GARLAND ON THE MARK: Shawnita Garland is attempting to become just the 10th player in school history to shoot better than 50-percent from the floor in a season. Garland, who has made 130 of her 238 field goal attempts, is shooting .546 from the field, currently the fifth best percentage in CSU history.VIKINGS FREEZE OUT PENGUINS: Cleveland State put together its best defensive effort of the season on Feb. 14 against Youngstown State, holding the Penguins to a CSU opponent season low in both points (35) and field goal percentage (13-49; .265). The 35 points represented the fewest points given up by the Vikings since a 62-24 win over Ashland on Feb. 8, 1983.CSU IN THE NCAA STATS: The most recent NCAA statistics were released on Monday, Feb. 23, and Cleveland State was well represented with Kailey Klein ranking 44th in scoring (17.5) and 58th in free throw percentage (.822). In addition, Shawnita Garland (3.0) and Dominique Butler (2.7) are ranked 15th and 25th, respectively, in steals. As a team, the Vikings are 41st in steals (10.3), 49th in assists (14.7), 50th in field goal percentage (.429), 74th in scoring defense (58.6) and 81st in free throw percentage (.716).REBOUNDING THE BALL: CSU was outrebounded, 39-22 (-17), in its season opening loss at Arizona State (Nov. 14), leaving a tough uphill climb to get back into a positive margin. However, CSU has since outrebounded 17 of its 26 foes to build a +1.7 rebounding margin this season, which would be the fourth best margin in school history.ON THE ROAD: The Vikings have posted a respectable 7-8 mark away from the Wolstein Center this season (including a 1-0 record in neutral site games). CSU is 16-17 away from home over the last two seasons after going just 8-40 away from home from 2003-07.THINK PINK: Cleveland State wore special pink uniforms during its Feb. 14 game against Youngstown State as part of the WBCA's "Think Pink" efforts in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Research. The team held a silent auction for its pink uniforms and warm-up shirts during the men's game against Green Bay that night. The silent was a success as more than $2,000 was raised for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The largest bid was on senior Dominique Butler's jersey, which went for $200.KLEIN 5TH ON SCORING LIST: Kailey Klein scored 12 points against UIC on Thursday, maintaining her position in fifth place on the all-time scoring list at CSU with 1,439 points. Klein is 19 points shy of taking over fourth place from Erika Roudebush who scored 1,458 points from 1999-03 and will most likely end the season in that position as she is 320 points behind Debra Taylor (1,748 points) for third place on the scoring charts.... AND BUTLER 15TH: With eight points at UIC on Thursday, Dominique Butler moved in 15th place on the all-time scoring list at CSU with 1,099 points. Next up is Laura Englehart is 35 points ahead of Butler in 14th place with 1,134 points.BUTLER FLIRTS WITH TRIPLE DOUBLE: Dominique Butler flirted with recording the sixth triple-double in school history on Feb. 5 at Milwaukee, finishing with nine points, 10 rebounds and a career-high 10 steals. Her 10 steals are tied for the second most in a single game in school history, just one off the school record, and are tied for the most in a Division I game this season. Butler would have been the first player in CSU history to record a triple-double wit