9:00am
Cops O: Cookies and Contraband
9:30am
Cops O: Drive and Dash
10:00am
Cops O: Window of Opportunity
10:30am
Cops O: Scaredy Cat
11:00am
Troy (2004)
3:00pm
The Day After Tomorrow (2004): Day After Tomorrow, The (2004)
6:00pm
Friends: The One With All The Poker
6:30pm
Friends: The One Where Ross Finds Out
7:00pm
Friends: The One With The List
7:30pm
Friends: The One With The Prom Video
8:00pm
Friends: The One With The Flashback
8:30pm
Friends: The One With The Football
9:00pm
Friends: The One Where Ross And Rachel Take A Break
9:30pm
Friends: The One The Morning After
10:00pm
Friends: The One With Chandler In A Box
10:30pm
Friends: The One With The Embryos
11:00pm
Friends: The One With Ross's Wedding, Pt 1
11:30pm
Friends: The One With Ross's Wedding, Pt 2
12:00am
Friends: The One After Ross Says Rachel
12:30am
Friends: The One With All The Thanksgivings
1:00am
Friends: The One With Ross's Sandwich
1:30am
Friends: The One Where Everybody Finds Out
2:00am
Friends: The One Where Ross Got High
2:30am
Friends: The One Where Paul's The Man
3:00am
Friends: The One With The Rumor
3:30am
Friends: The One With The Holiday Armadillo
10:30am
Beverly Hills Cop (1984): Beverly Hills Cop
1:00pm
Overboard
3:30pm
Beverly Hills Cop (1984): Beverly Hills Cop
6:00pm
Road House (1989)
9:00pm
Fast Five (2011)

Coal Bios

  • RB Davis
  • Jonathan Dotson
  • Robert Jerry Edwards, Sr.
  • Jerry Edwards, Jr.
  • Vince Epperson
  • Joseph Pack
  • Mike Crowder
  • Tom Roberts
  • Jeremy Auville
  • Andy Christian, Sr.
  • Hank Toler
  • Jeremy Marushia
  • Randy Remines
  • Kenny Hughes
  • Andrew Christian, Jr.
  • Eddie Branch
  • JC Woolridge
  • David Belcher
  • Johnny Simms
Mike Crowder

Mike Crowder

CEO, Cobalt Coal

Job: CEO, Cobalt Coal
After a career in telecommunications, Mike started in the coal business with Tom Roberts in 2007. Mike is the businessman in the operation. His two constant headaches on the job are the mechanical breakdowns and keeping up-to-date with the federal regulatory requirements of the mining industry to keep the mine in compliance and working. Cobalt Coal’s goal is to mine 6-8,000 clean tons of coal a month. Every breakdown, of which there are many, or violation costs the mine much needed revenue. Mike puts in a lot of time trying to minimize those losses, but it’s a tough and constant battle.