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P takes his family camping to instill his next commandment, go outside your comfort zone. P challenges his kids to build tents, catch frogs, and endure the wildness together for the first time, which proves to be a great bonding experience. After a weekend of family time, P goes live on air at KNLR with J Tweezy to announce a nationwide talent search. As a pioneer in the music industry, P wants to hit the streets searching for raw talent to become the next No Limit Forever star. He’s been sitting in an office too long and wants to get outside his comfort zone and back on the streets. P hits up Venice Beach and New Orleans looking for raw talent, but will he find the diamond in the rough he’s been searching for? Back in Los Angeles, Romeo assists Hercy and Mercy in creating a business plan for their clothing line, No Limit Active Wear. When P comes back from his talent search, Hercy and Mercy, dressed to the nines, present their business plan to P hoping to get financial backing to fund their venture. Will P be impressed with the mini moguls in the making? Cymphonique also has plans for her dad and surprises P with a payback for taking the family camping. She takes P out of his comfort zone with a “relaxing” afternoon at yoga, but will P enjoy the father/daughter bonding?

Pierce Brosnan has navigated the rocky road of television to become one of the most beloved action stars of our generation.

In the fall of 2007, Olympic superstar Marion Jones tearfully apologized for lying about taking performance-enhancing drugs, steroids. The Olympic gold medal winner was stripped of her medals, lost multi-million dollar endorsements, and was scorched by the press. Her stunning exit from the pantheon of superstars was both tragic and shocking. The man behind the scandal was nutritionist and cocky entrepreneur, Victor Conte: founder of BALCO (Bay Area Laboratory Company) who was anointed by the press as the Svengali of Steroids. Conte funneled steroids to major athletes from 1988 to 2002, until federal investigators got wind of his ‘side’ business and started to take a closer look at BALCO, and its founder. As the FEDS began to unravel Victor’s scheme, the evidence revealed that numerous professional athletes and Olympic superstars were involved in BALCO’s web of deceit, including track and field champion Marion Jones. Eventually, both Conte and Jones would answer for their lies, and receive prison sentences.

The dazzlingly ditzy reality star and former Playboy model was found dead of a prescription drug overdose in February 2007. Her tragic story is a cautionary tale of excess and indulgence in Hollywood, and how a celebrity’s chaotic lifestyle can cloud the better judgment of those caught in the whirlwind. Howard K. Stern, Anna’s lawyer and manager, along with Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, and Dr. Sandeep Kapoor were accused of conspiring to prescribe excess drugs to Anna. The legal battle raged. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor was aquitted of all charges. However, Dr. Eroshevich and Howard K. Stern were convicted in 2010 of two counts of conspiring to obtain prescriptions under a false name. but a year later, an appeals court reversed the ruling. Deputy Dist. Atty. Sean Carney objected to the reduction saying a message needed to be sent to doctors who bend the laws for celebrities. 'It's an epidemic of doctors prescribing to celebrities and celebrities dying because doctors won't uphold their oath.’

Former Guess Girl, playboy Playmate, Marilyn Monroe lookalike and Reality TV star Anna Nicole Smith was a tabloid sensation in the 90s and early 2000s. Smith was as famous for her addictions and lavish lifestyle as she was for her curves and charisma. But when she died of an accidental overdose at age 39, she left behind a legacy of unresolved legal battles and a 5 - month old baby girl with an uncertain inheritance and several men claiming paternity.

After shooting to stardom in the late 1970s as a pin-up girl, Fawcett secured her status as one of Hollywood’s hottest heroines by starring on the classic TV series Charlie’s Angels. After leaving the series at the peak of it’s popularity, Fawcett reinvented herself as a serious actress, known for portraying tough women in terrible situations. Tragically, it was a persona that would mirror itself in real life after Fawcett was diagnosed with cancer in 2006. Following her death, the men in her life continued to fight – not just over her possession, but over her legacy.

One of the greatest Hollywood stars of all time, Elizabeth Taylor wasn’t just a beauty – she was a talent. The winner of two Academy Awards, Taylor lit up the screen from the 1940s through to the ‘70s, when she began devoting less time to acting, and more to the philanthropic work that truly captured her heart. After her death in 2011, following years of illness, her legacy remains – as does a simmering controversy over the division of estate.

Perhaps the finest screen actor of the twentieth century, Marlon Brando changed the face of Hollywood and took a stand against racism. But when he died of respiratory failure he was a recluse who left behind a troubled legacy. He also left a multi-million dollar fortune, about a dozen children, 5 baby mommas and a handful of dubious advisors who made the battle for Brando's fortune more cutthroat than a mob deal.

James Gandolfini’s portrayal of brutal yet sensitive mob boss Tony Soprano on HBO’s The Sopranos made him a household name and one of the highest paid actors on TV. The world was in shock when he died at just 51 years old. His very public last will and testament caused a media frenzy that had the press pouring over all the details of his estate. Leaving two young children from two different marriages, Gandolfini’s legacy may see battles for years to come.

Forever remembered as the teenage rebel who died too young, James Dean only made three films before his early, untimely demise in 1955. Nonetheless, the legend that grew from his story turned him into an even bigger star in death than he had ever been in life. The irony of his posthumous fame is that though he died with little money in the bank, in the decades that followed, his name and his face came to be worth millions… Provoking an endless fight over who controlled his legacy and who got to pocket those millions.

Two sex-obsessed strip club employees start a passionate relationship that quickly turns into a dance with death.

Fifteen minutes of fame becomes a lifetime of shame for a Florida teen who uses social networking to lure a man to his death.

When a murder for hire plot goes terribly wrong, cops uncover a web of lies, a torrid affair and a pair of dead bodies.

Anthony Spilotro rose from a soldier in Chicago's crime family, The Outfit, to become one of the organization's top enforcers, overseeing the mob's interests in Las Vegas, until meeting a violent end.

The biography of "Nicky Scarfo" reveals the life of one of the most violent American mafia bosses in the past half century. It explores Scarfo's fast rise within the ranks of the Philadelphia Mob - as soldier, consigliere and finally as boss. It outlines Scarfo's vicious crimes and his authoritative management style. His paranoia, volatility and treachery ultimately lead to his demise.

Notorious, heroin kingpin, Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, went from organizing one of the most powerful African-American heroin rings in New York to government informant. Out of spite, Barnes turned on his fellow associates and destroyed the drug trafficking empire he took so long to build.

Anthony Spilotro rose from a soldier in Chicago's crime family, The Outfit, to become one of the organization's top enforcers, overseeing the mob's interests in Las Vegas, until meeting a violent end.

The biography of "Nicky Scarfo" reveals the life of one of the most violent American mafia bosses in the past half century. It explores Scarfo's fast rise within the ranks of the Philadelphia Mob - as soldier, consigliere and finally as boss. It outlines Scarfo's vicious crimes and his authoritative management style. His paranoia, volatility and treachery ultimately lead to his demise.

Notorious, heroin kingpin, Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, went from organizing one of the most powerful African-American heroin rings in New York to government informant. Out of spite, Barnes turned on his fellow associates and destroyed the drug trafficking empire he took so long to build.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.

Hailed as perhaps the greatest young actor of his generation, Australian actor and heart throb Heath Ledger headed to America in the late 1990s to take a shot at Hollywood stardom. In just a few years, he established himself as a bonafide superstar, winning an Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Brokeback Mountain and delivering an iconic performance as the Joker in The Dark Knight. But when he died of a drug overdose at just 28-years-of-age, he left behind a small fortune – and even more scandalously, a possible love child.

Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, Celebrity Page brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, Celebrity Page is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.