With a show shooting in New York and his career revived, Danny Bonaduce and his wife look for a home with major wow factor in a hip Big Apple neighborhood. They check out a West Village funhouse with a fountain, see-through bathtub, and recycled subway doors. Will this turn out to be the Bonaduces' dream house--or is the asking price too high?
Verne may be Mini-Me in the movies, but in real life he's hunting for a Michigan lake house with multiple guest rooms and ample single-floor living space so he and his family can enjoy maximum comfort and beauty. He checks out a four-bedroom lakeside lodge on Lake Paw Paw; a mansion overlooking Lake Michigan; and a traditionally styled yet contemporary and eco-friendly "green getaway." With each boasting gorgeous views and lots of livability, Verne may need the ingenious help of Dr. Evil to pick the right one.
Stephen Baldwin and his wife are about to be empty-nesters and although they already live outside of New York City's hustle and bustle, they are ready to take their lives even farther Upstate so they can relax and Stephen can focus on his new, charity-based food company, Baldwin's Best. The Baldwin family needs a rustic country estate, with enough bedrooms for their daughters to feel comfortable when visiting home, and a barn to serve as Baldwin's Best headquarters. Stephen and his daughter, Hailey, scour the country estates of Upstate New York in hopes of finding a house where Stephen and his wife can transition into the next chapter of their lives and make Baldwin's Best a big success.
Lisa and husband Harry Hamlin have lived in their house for 20 years, but rather than put their marriage through the stress of remodeling, Lisa wants to buy something new. She visits a strikingly modern home with 20-foot ceilings and a dining room that opens into the backyard, a brand-new house with an extensive yard and gorgeous closets, and a house with a large junior suite for her daughters. Each one will give Lisa something she's dreamed about and will fill some of her family's living space needs, but which one will she choose?
Celebrity Apprentice winner, entrepreneur and legendary singer Bret Michaels is in the market for a new home. Although he's put his sweat, blood and tears into making his 10 acre Scottsdale, Arizona ranch his dream house, he wants to surprise his family with a new home when they return from vacation. Along with his realtor, Janice, Bret hits up the real estate in the beautiful Scottsdale desert. Each home is grander than the next and each will allow Bret to keep up his rock star style while giving him the peace of mind that his family is safe and secure while he's on the road. It's a tall order because Bret also wants some space for himself. What will he decide? With so many grand Arizona real estate offerings, Bret has a tough choice ahead of him.
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?
Susan B. Anthony was a suffragist, abolitionist, author and speaker who was the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
William Waldorf Astor was a wealthy descendant of John Jacob Astor who became a New York State senator and a member of the New York State Assembly.
Politician and publisher Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor became a member of Parliament and was the publisher of the London Observer from 1915 to 1945.
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.
French writer and poet André Breton is best known as one of the founders of the Surrealist movement in literature and art.
When Larry Flynt published an unflattering parody of Jerry Falwell in Hustler, Falwell waged a suit that eventually went to the U.S. Supreme Court. It ruled in Flynt's favor, citing the First Amendment's protection of freedom of speech.
William Randolph Hearst is best known for publishing the largest chain of American newspapers in the late 19th century, and particularly for sensational "yellow journalism."
Stan Lee is a revered comic-book creator who co-launched superheroes like the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange and the X-Men for Marvel Comics.
Garrett Morgan blazed a trail for African-American inventors with his many patents, including those for a hair-straightening product, a breathing device, and an improved sewing machine and traffic signal.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, noted for her style and elegance, was the wife of President John F. Kennedy and a U.S. first lady. She later married Aristotle Onassis.
Paul Raymond is best known as a publisher of soft-pornographic magazines and a real estate magnate in London's SoHo district. He turned strip clubs into a profitable business that made him one of Britain's richest men.
DeWitt Wallace was an American publisher and, with his wife, founder of Reader's Digest magazine. The couple supported numerous philanthropic causes.
Victoria Woodhull was a spiritualist, activist, politician and author who was the first woman to run for the presidency of the United States.