Three dark monsters, in the shape of small balls, have a perpetually cranky and irritable demeanor. A small yellow light transforms one of the monsters. Scared of this unknown transformation, the other two monsters resist the same fate. But as the second monster is also transformed by a mere touch by the previously transformed monster, the third monster may not be able to resist the fate of his two comrades, as hard as he tries to escape from also being transformed. Will the third monster ultimately see the transformation as a good thing as does his two comrades?
The number one drug problem in rural America, methamphetamine, or “crank,” is cheap, easy to make, and has the lowest recovery rate for addicts. By looking at a number of people in Iowa—even whole families—who are struggling with methamphetamine, this program lays bare the drug’s tragic effects. Chilling computer graphics illustrate how the drug works on the brain. Dr. David Musto of Yale University discusses the history of “crank,” and Asa Hutchinson, director of the Drug Enforcement Agency, explains its wildfire spread in rural areas.
Country star Colt Ford brings his hard rockin' set to his rabid fans at the Wild Adventures Theme Park in Valdosta, Georgia. See and hear Colt and his band perform an electrifying high-energy show, spotlighting tracks from over the course of his entire career. The Colt Ford faithful cranked up the energy to a whole new level when a torrential downpour soaked the crowd, bringing the back half of the set to a wild finish! So Crank It Up!
Crank Yankers is an American television show produced by Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel and Daniel Kellison that featured actual crank calls made by show regulars and celebrity guests, and re-enacted onscreen by puppets for a visual aid to show the viewer what is happening in the call. The show premiered in 2002 on Comedy Central and returned to MTV2 on February 9, 2007, running again until March 30, 2007. The show screened in Australia on SBS Television and The Comedy Channel between 2003 and 2008.