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Rizzoli & Isles

  Rizzoli & Isles is a TNT television series starring Angie Harmon as police detective Jane Rizzoli and Sasha Alexander as medical examiner Dr. Maura Isles. The one-hour drama is based on the Rizzoli & Isles series of novels by Tess Gerritsen. It premiered on July 12, 2010, and aired 105 episodes in seven seasons, concluding on September 5, 2016. Caution Cat's song Nothing but real love from the album Show Business Donkey is on the seventh and final season. The name of the episode is Shadow of Doubt and it is the fifth show of season seven. There is talk of a reboot of the series and in the future repeat airings via syndication for all 105 episodes. The series started strong in the ratings, as 7.55 million viewers tuned in for the premiere episode. Rizzoli & Isles was the second most-watched cable program on the evening of July 12, 2010, behind its lead-in, The Closer, which had 110,000 more viewers. The show finished the week in third behind The Closer and the final episode of Deadliest Catch. The premiere set a record as the highest-rated debut for a commercial supported cable series, and it was the second-highest debut ever for a basic cable TV series. The show has ranked in the top five cable programs all five seasons and was the number one basic cable program in its fifth season. 

Julia Zemiros Home Delivery

  Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery is an Australian television comedy interview series on ABC1, starring Julia Zemiro and produced by Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder. A DVD set containing Seasons 1-4 of the show has been released through Roadshow Entertainment. Julia interviews one subject (usually a comedian) per week, often in vintage cars and locations important to each interviewed guest. The Caution Cat song Let Me Fly from the 2012 record Fortune Fire Fly is on the season three episode with Matt Moran.

Game One

 The Game One television channel in France is owned by MTV Networks Europe and features several programs based on video gaming and Japanese anime. Programming includes Fairy Tail, Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball Z Kai, Eyeshield 21 and Highlander. Falling Out Of My Tree has been playing on the network and the minor chord acoustic guitar driven song opens the debut record Put On Your Headphones.

The League

 The League is an American sitcom that premiered on FX on October 29, 2009. The series, set in Chicago, Illinois, is a semi-improvised comedy about a fantasy football league, its members, and their everyday lives. The sixth season premiered on September 3, 2014. FOX renewed the series for a seventh and final season, set to air in the fall of 2015.The series revolves around six friends who participate in a fantasy football league. The show follows the friends, who will do anything to win, while also dealing with a variety of situations that occur in their everyday lives. The song Dirty Windows from Caution Cat's album Fortune Fire Fly (2012) has been placed in episode 9 of the 2014 season six. The series stars Mark Duplass playing Pete Eckhart, Stephen Rannazzisi playing Kevin MacArthur, Nick Kroll  playing Rodney Ruxin, Paul Scheer playing Andre Nowzick, Jon Lajoie playing Taco MacArthur and Katie Aselton playing Jenny MacArthur.

Wet Behind The Ears

 Wet Behind The Ears (2014) Samantha Phelps played by Margaret Keane Williams graduates from college and finds the real world is not as easy as she had hoped. When Samantha, a bright-eyed graduate who plans to live in the city with her best friend, Victoria, can t find employment due to lack of experience, she is forced to move back home and take a job at an ice cream parlor, where she is further demoralized by old classmates. Meanwhile, feeling abandoned by her friend, Victoria struggles to find a suitable replacement roommate, while enduring corporate life and her boss egomaniacal demands. But when Samantha convinces Victoria to use her corporate position as part of a shady business opportunity to solve their problems, the strain on their friendship comes to a head. Now, Samantha must figure out how to get her friend back, while still searching for a way to get her life on track. The film is directed by Sloan Copeland. His other credits include TV & web shows From Date To Mate, Synapse and unREAL among others. Caution Cat have two songs from the album Show Business Donkey in the film, Revolve and Lean On Somebody. The film DVD is available at Amazon as well as all of the CCat records on disc or as downloads. 

Good Night film

 The song Here Comes Monday from the Viva Bird album Traffic & Trees has been placed in the trailer for the movie Good Night. The comedy drama was shot in Austin Texas and stars Alex Karpovsky from the hit HBO show Girls. The indie film stars Adriene Mishler and Jonny Mars as Leigh and Winston Rockwall, a couple who throw a dinner party to both celebrate Leigh's birthday and reveal to their friends that she's facing a terminal disease. Sean Gallagher wrote and directed the film.

Macy's New York

  The Caution Cat song The Empire State from the Show Business Donkey record is in Macy's Big Show, a corporate event and video for Macy's Department Store. The tune was written on the ukulele/piano and features Karen on electric guitar solo.

I Just Want My Pants Back - MTV

 I Just Want My Pants Back is an American comedy-drama that follows the life of a group of twenty-somethings as they try to get through life as best they can in Brooklyn. The series is based on David J. Rosen's 2007 novel I Just Want My Pants Back. The pilot was written by David J. Rosen and directed by Doug Liman for Universal Cable Productions and Hypnotic. Peter Vack, Elisabeth Hower, Jordan Carlos, Kim Shaw were cast as the four leads, Jason, Stacey, Eric and Tina. Chris Parnell (Saturday Night Live) plays Jason's boss. The series began in February 2012, following Jersey Shore. The Caution Cat songs included in the first season are Blacktop from Eighteen, Go Submarine from Between Songs and A Couple Of Years from the bombs away! record. The show airs in eight other countries around the world including Brazil, Philippines & Australia. Season One is now available on

Workaholics - Comedy Central

 Workaholics is a television sitcom on the Comedy Central network that stars Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm, three recent college graduates, roommates and co-workers.They work at a telemarketing company and live in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Workaholics was ordered by Comedy Central in March 2010 after a Comedy Central executive saw a series of videos the group had posted on YouTube.The pilot aired as a "TV Sneak Peek" after the debut of the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump.The program premiered its ten-episode first season on April 6, 2011 on Comedy Central.The show was renewed for a second season to have ten episodes, and premiered on September 20, 2011. Season 3 began on May 29th 2012. The Viva Bird song Moving the Mountain from the debut record Traffic & Trees appears in the episode Temp-Tress from season two.

L.A. Ink

 The songs Birdhouse, Gift of Gab, I Got Maria and Lean On Somebody appear on season four episode 16 "Tats For Japan", Ep. 20 "While Kats Away" has the song Figure It Out. Episode 15 "Kat's New Roommate" and Ep. 21 "Nothing Is Forever Not Even Tattoos" feature the Viva Bird song Scissor Singer.  Show INFO: After leaving the hit program Miami Ink because of a dispute with her fellow cast members, Kat Von D moved back to Los Angeles to open her own tattoo shop and was offered a spin off show. In the United States the shows air on Discovery Network's The Learning Channel. All four of LA INKs seasons are now available on DVD and/or from streaming services Amazon and iTunes. Seasons one through four are currently available on Netflix and TLC lists the show with a total of 4 seasons. Commercial streaming services broke up the third and forth season to spread it out to additional seasons five, six and seven. All Caution Cat & Viva Bird songs landed in season seven on the commercial streaming services where individual episodes can be purchased for $1.99. Netflix keeps their four season format compatible with The Discovey Network's/TLC list.

Undocumented Movie on AMAZON

 Amazon link for DVD and download from IFC for the movie "Undocumented" due date January 17th 2012.  Undocumented is a 2010 independent suspense thriller directed by Chris Peckover and written by Chris Peckover and Joe Peterson. It stars Scott Mechlowicz, Alona Tal, Yancey Arias, Kevin Weisman and Peter Stormare.        

Undocumented Movie on iTunes

iTunes link for DVD and download from IFC for the movie "Undocumented" due date January 17th 2012. Undocumented is a 2010 independent suspense thriller directed by Chris Peckover and written by Chris Peckover and Joe Peterson. It stars Scott Mechlowicz, Alona Tal, Yancey Arias, Kevin Weisman and Peter Stormare.

Law And Order: Los Angeles

 Law & Order: Los Angeles starring Skeet Ulrich,Terrance Howard and Regina Hall is an American police procedural-legal television drama series set in Los Angeles, where it is produced. Created and produced by Dick Wolf and developed by Blake Masters, it premiered on NBC on September 29, 2010, as a spin-off of Wolf's successful crime drama Law and Order. The Caution Cat song Rollin' was placed in episode three Harbor City. The show received a full season pickup on October 18, 2010 but by January 18, 2011 NBC announced that it was putting the series on hold indefinitely. According to a representative of the show, the scheduling change was not caused entirely by the recent cast shake-up (Ulrich leaving cast,etc) The complete first season and individual episode download is now available on Amazon and iTunes.

How to Make It in America

 How to Make It in America is an American comedy-drama that premiered on HBO on February 14, 2010 and is executive produced by Mark Wahlberg (Entourage)  The series follows the lives of Ben Epstein (Bryan Greenberg) and his friend Cam Calderon (Victor Rasuk) as two enterprising twenty-somethings hustling their way through New York City's fashion scene, determined to achieve their version of the American Dream. Trying to make a name for themselves in the city's competitive fashion scene, Ben Epstein and his friend and business partner Cam Calderon use their street knowledge and connections as burgeoning entrepreneurs to make it big. First season of the show included the Caution Cat song Landslide.The second season started on October 2, 2011 but by December HBO has decided not to do a third season.

Friday Night Lights

 Friday Nights Lights is a television show based on the book and movie on the NBC network. Caution Cat has a song in season two from the Eighteen record called Number Two. The 4th season included the song Kim OK from the record Between Songs. In July 2011, it was reported that Friday Night Lights creator Peter Berg was trying to pitch a second movie with the cast of the series which would pick up where the show left off. During the Television Critics Association's Summer Press Tour on August 1, 2011, Berg confirmed that the script was completed and the Universal Pictures movie is on track for a potential 2012 release.

The Mentalist

 The Mentalist is an American police procedural television series which debuted on September 23, 2008, on CBS. The show was created by Bruno Heller, who is also the show's executive producer. It follows the fictional story of Patrick Jane who, as a paid consultant, uses unorthodox methods to aid a fictional unit of the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in homicide investigations. The show is played all over the world in over 40 different countries and is now in its fourth season.Caution Cat has a song called "Rollin" in episode "A Dozen Red Roses"


 Huge is an American drama series that aired on the ABC Family television network. The series was based on young-adult novel of the same name by Sasha Paley. The hour-long drama series revolves around eight teens sent to a summer weight-loss camp called Camp Victory. Winnie Holzman (creator of My So-Called Life) and her daughter Savannah Dooley wrote the pilot. The song Lean On Somebody from the Show Business Donkey record was played in episode five. 


 Skins is a British teen drama that follows a group of teenagers in Bristol, South West England, through the two years of sixth form. The controversial plot line explores issues such as dysfunctional families, mental illness (including eating disorders), sexual orientation identity, substance abuse and death. The show was created by father and son television writers Bryan Elsley and Jamie Brittain for Company Pictures, and premiered on E4 on 25 January 2007. The show has included alternate versions of Who Are You? and Elephant from the debut record.


 Life is an American crime drama television program created by Rand Ravich that aired for two seasons on NBC and was produced by Universal Media Studios.  The series stars Damian Lewis as Charlie Crews, a detective released from prison after serving twelve years for a crime he did not commit. Life premiered on September 26, 2007 and now both seasons are available on DVD. The show featured seven Caution Cat tunes over both seasons. Including songs from the albums Put On Your Headphones, Eighteen and Between Songs. The show has been replayed world over and does well in Europe and Eastern Europe in re-run mode.

The Black Donnellys

 The Black Donnellys created by writer/director/producer Paul Haggis: This NBC series follows four young Roman Catholic Irish-Americans in NYC's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood and their involvement with petty and organized crime. Set in the present day, the show draws heavily upon Irish-American history and iconic themes.Three Caution Cat songs from the debut record Put On Your Headphones are featured in the episodes: Was'nt That Enough?,The Black Drop and Easy is the Way.The show lasted only one season on NBC but the DVD release is now available to rent or own. The cancelled Black Donnellys ranked second in shows streamed off of NBC's website, second only to their already number one show Heroes. Recently,the show has been picked up and has begun to air in several European countries.

Plain Jane

 Plain Jane is an American reality television makeover summer series that transforms one woman each week. The show premiered on The CW on Wednesday July 28, 2010 at 9 pm. Each week British fashion expert Louise Roe takes one Jane and transforms her from inside and out with confidence building challenges and a head to toe makeover. It all culminates when she reveals her secret crush to the man of her dreams on a romantic date. The series is produced by Allison Grodner ("Big Brother"), Rich Meehan ("Big Brother") and Amy Palmer ("You're Cut Off") for Fly On the Wall Entertainment and Sony Pictures Television. The song Lean On Somebody from the Show Business Donkey album was featured on episode three. There is now a UK version of the reality show. 


 Everwood is an American drama television series starring Treat Williams and Emily VanCamp initially airing in the United States on The WB. The series is set in the fictional small town of Everwood, Colorado.This WB network show (now called CW network) featured an outtake song from a Caution Cat recording session called "Crowded Basement Bar"  The show stills airs in reruns in the UK and Canada. Warner Home Video has released all four seasons of Everwood on DVD. During its original run the show earned two Emmy nominations and played world wide in over 40 countries. 

South of Nowhere

 South of Nowhere is an American TV show created by Thomas W. Lynch starring Mandy Musgrave. Aimed primarily at teenagers, it first aired on November 4, 2005 and was one of six original series on The N. A family moves from Ohio to Los Angeles, where they find themselves unprepared for the city's fast pace, and the overcrowded public school that their three teenagers will attend.The second half of the third and final season aired October 10, 2008 and the final episode aired on December 12, 2008. A total of 40 shows over three seasons were made. Live webisodes were also created to accompany each episode in the season 2 storyline, and they can be seen exclusively through The N's website on the Click. Instrumental music from Caution Cat's debut record can be heard in the show. South of Nowhere is available to download online on the "TV Shows" section of Apple's iTunes Music Store (not available in Canada) and the episodes are formatted for use with the Apple iPod. Nickelodeon and struck a deal to produce DVDs of new and old Nickelodeon shows.


 Fastlane is a Warner Bros / Fox television show starring Bill Bellamy and Tiffani Thiessen that ran for 23 episodes. Show info: Van Ray and Deaqon Hayes are two mismatched cops teamed together by shady vixen police lieutenant, Wilhelmina "Billie" Chambers, in a secretive undercover division of the Los Angeles Police. Operating with the motto "Everything we seize, we keep. Everything we keep, we use," their base of operations is the "Candy Store"—a warehouse containing a fortune in confiscated cars, clothes, weapons and everything else needed to blend into the seedy criminal underworld of Los Angeles. Given criminal covers, the officers use all of the resources at their disposal to apprehend dangerous miscreants while walking the line between cop and criminal, in a close relation to the Miami Vice series. Caution Cat instrumental music from the debut sessions were included for the DVD release. Fastlane-The Complete Series DVD set was released in July of 2008. 


  lonelygirl15 focused on the life of a fictional teenage girl named Bree, whose YouTube username was the eponymous "lonelygirl15". However, the show did not initially reveal its fictional nature to its audience. After the fictional status of the show was revealed in September 2006, it gradually evolved into a multi-character series including both character videoblogs and action sequences, with a complex story universe involving "trait positive girls" who are sought by an evil organization called "The Order". Caution Cat music appeared on several episodes of the hit web show; titles include At The Beach, Mexican Mating Machine, Tired Of B*tches, Sticks & Stones, Beach Party, and Cabin Fever. Each episode featured a different song from the albums Collecting Clouds and Eighteen. The lonelygirl15 blog won Biggest Web Hit Award on VH1's Big in '06 Awards.