Bill's left with a price to pay; TVChoice.BIG LOVE (five, 10pm)
BILL Henrickson seems to have it all: three wives, seven kids, a successful business and bags of charisma.
Even sinister father-in-law Roman Grant appears to be out of his hair after weeks of attempting to cream off his profits.
With a third store in the development stages, Bill plans to celebrate by having a barbecue for colleague Don and his prospective fourth wife, Betty.
Things couldn't be better, but his good mood doesn't last long as Nicki feels it's the right time to tell him about her $58,000 of credit card debt Credit card debt is an example of unsecured consumer debt, accessed through ISO 7810 plastic credit cards.
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He's furious to hear the news, and even more upset when he discovers Barb already knew about the problem.
Once he calms down, Bill sets his sights on making the third Home Plus store a success.
Having found a great plot of land, he and Don press on with making their dream a reality, but then Roman turns up like a bad penny and takes the wind out of their sails.
"I have no idea what he's up to," explains Bill. "But I don't like it."
Don is having his own share of personal problems.
Betty has been 'blackballed' by his other three spouses, so his barbecue is cancelled.
Just what is our hero going to do with $2,000 worth of lobster?
Bill Paxton, Harry Dean Stanton Harry Dean Stanton (born July 14, 1926) is an American character actor.
Stanton was born in West Irvine, Kentucky to Ersel and Sheridan Harry Stanton, who divorced when Stanton was in high school; they later re-married. He had two younger brothers, Archie and Ralph. and Jeanne Tripplehorn head the cast.
TRAWLERMEN (BBC BBC
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OFFSHORE fishing is arguably the most dangerous job in Britain.
Last year alone, 34 UK boats and nine crew members were lost at sea.
This new series, being broadcast across the week as part of a season called The Sea, reveals just how tough it is to make your money from the ocean.
It follows the crews of four vessels who are all based in the Scottish port of Peterhead. Cameras capture the differing fortunes of two prawn prawn: see shrimp. trawlers - Amity am·i·ty
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Peaceful relations, as between nations; friendship.
[Middle English amite, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *am and its captain Jimmy Buchan and Fruitful Bough helmed by James West, one of the youngest skippers in the British fleet - as they face the raging North Sea at the height of a Force 10 winter storm.
Viewers follow the fortunes of John Buchan and his crew on Ocean Venture as they scour the seabed to within 150 miles of the Arctic Circle, hunting for cod and haddock.
Cameras are also aboard Ryanwood - one half of a pair of trawlers which, with her sister ship, smashed all records in 2005 with a total catch worth pounds 2 million -where a 17-year-old raw recruit, fresh from fishing college, is trying to find his sea legs.
TROUBLED WATERS... Nicki confesses to Bill she has $58,000 credit card debt, and Don's barbecue plans are ruined.' ALL AT SEA... the lives of fishermen on the North Sea.