Carnie and husband Rob Bonfiglio need to find bigger digs, but since Carnie likes the new and fabulous while Rob likes the old and rustic. It's going to be tough finding something that suits them both. They visit a Mediterranean-style mansion, a Tuscan-designed domestic dream, and an eastern-style West Coast wonder. All three are gorgeous, but each has a downside, so Carnie and Rob will have an agonizing time deciding.
The rapper and his glamorous wife decide to upgrade from their New Jersey penthouse and hunt for the perfect Jersey house. They want funky design and, of course, a huge closet for all of Coco's shoes. They inspect a 6,000-square foot Zen Mansion--a cutting-edge crib with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a wine cellar--and a nine-bedroom Preppy Palace complete with disco dance floor. Have the two found their ultimate crash pad?
Now that Corey Feldman's a single father, he and his son, Zen, go looking for a new Feldmansion Fortress. Corey checks out a massive estate complete with game room, bar, parlor, outdoor stage, private bistro, extensive garden, and three guest houses. Is this the right playpen for Corey and Zen, or is it more than they can handle?
After a successful, life-long career on Beverly Hills 90210, and Charmed, Shannen Doherty is ready to fully settle down with her husband of one year, Kurt Iswarienko. The newlyweds set up a temporary home on the Malibu, California waterfront after a home they purchased turned out to be a little more than a fixer upper, but are ready for a more permanent upgrade. Shannen has enlisted the help of her long-time friend, Chris Cortazzo (aka "Mr. Perfect,") in the hopes of finding a new home for herself and her husband. Since she has spent most of her life in Malibu, Shannen keeps it close to home viewing beachfront dream houses and a sprawling ranch where she could keep her horses. Shannen is no stranger to writing large checks for her real estate, but some of these mansions leave Shannen with a case of sticker shock and a bit of uncertainty about her final decision.
Barry Williams is moving to Branson, Missouri for his new one-man show, but before he leaves California, he wants to find the perfect vacation home in Malibu. With his laidback energy and playful attitude, Barry needs a place with open spaces and tons of light to reenergize him each day, a room for his son, and since he's a surfer from birth, access to the beach. Barry first looks at an $8 million house in a contemporary gated community sitting on the beach. The second home is a remodeled house with exquisite architecture and curved balconies wrapping around the east and west sides of the house. The last is an 11 acre ranch complete with its own recording studio and artist's workshop. All three are gorgeous and tempting places that fulfill Barry's requirements, making the decision immensely difficult.
Debbie Gibson needs a New York pad that has a place of honor for her prized Liberace piano, plus an awesome kitchen. She looks at three possibilities: A $7.6-million apartment that seems to be worth every penny; an all-glass penthouse that has everything she requires but is a little pricey; and an artistic wonderland with a full backyard, private entrance and eat-in kitchen. Which one will become Debbie's dream house?
Jane Addams co-founded one of the first settlements in the United States, the Hull House in Chicago, Illinois, and was named a co-winner of the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize.
Susan B. Anthony was a suffragist, abolitionist, author and speaker who was the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
The daughter of famous suffragette Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Harriot Stanton Blatch continued her mother's work in the women's rights movement.
Amelia Bloomer was a women's rights activist. She advocated for changes in women's fashion that would be less restrictive. "Bloomers" are named after her.
Civil rights activist Amelia Boynton helped Martin Luther King Jr. plan the Selma to Montgomery March on Bloody Sunday, which led to the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Dorothy Day was an activist who worked for such social causes as pacifism and women's suffrage through the prism of the Catholic Church.
Matilda Joslyn Gage was an author and one of the leading figures in the women's rights and suffrage movement that began in the mid-1800s.
Abolitionist and feminist Sarah Moore Grimké and her sister Angelina were the first women to testify before a state legislature on the issue of blacks' rights.
Jeannette Rankin was the first woman to serve in the U.S. Congress. She helped pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote, and was a committed pacifist.
Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin was an American community leader and women's rights activist who focused particularly on issues affecting African-American women.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw was the first female minister in the Methodist Protestant Church. She spent most of her life working for the cause of women's suffrage.
Sojourner Truth is best known for her extemporaneous speech on racial inequalities, "Ain't I a Woman?", delivered at the Ohio Women's Rights Convention in 1851.
Julia Ward Howe was a women's rights activist, abolitionist and writer who penned the poem "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
Victoria Woodhull was a spiritualist, activist, politician and author who was the first woman to run for the presidency of the United States.