11:00am
Cops O: Odd Man Out
11:30am
Cops O: Crash Landing
12:00pm
Cops O: Put Your Clothes Back On
12:30pm
Campus PD: Wild Party
1:00pm
Cops O: We Know Who You Are
1:30pm
Cops O: Cookies and Contraband
2:00pm
Cops O: Hands Off the Junk
2:30pm
Cops O: Pass the Rock
8:00pm
Cops O: Odd Man Out
9:00pm
Cops O: Crash Landing
10:00pm
Cops O: Put Your Clothes Back On
10:30pm
Cops O: We Know Who You Are
12:00am
Cops O: Cookies and Contraband
12:30am
Cops O: Hands Off the Junk
1:30am
Cops O: Pass the Rock
2:00am
Jail: Big Texas
2:30am
3:00am
3:30am
11:30am
The Mummy (1999): Mummy, The (1999)
2:30pm
The Mummy Returns (2001): Mummy Returns, The (2001)
5:30pm
Twister (1996)
8:00pm
Now You See Me (2013)
10:30pm
Now You See Me (2013)

Deadliest Warrior Bios

  • Vampires
  • Gurkhas
  • Zombies
  • French Foreign Legion
  • Crazy Horse
  • Pancho Villa
  • Ivan the Terrible
  • Hernán Cortés
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Lawrence of Arabia
  • Saddam Hussein
  • Pol Pot
  • Genghis Khan
  • Hannibal
  • U.S. Army Rangers
  • Joan of Arc
  • William the Conqueror
  • George Washington
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
Pancho Villa

Pancho Villa

The 19th Century ex-Mexican military commander became one of the most hunted and illusive fugitives of all time. Leading a guerilla uprising against the powerful Mexican dictator at the time, Villa's hit-and-run terrorist tactics spilled over U.S. borders into New Mexico. In America's original "War on Terror," President Woodrow Wilson dispatched over 10,000 troops to hunt Villa with the same frustration that plagues U.S. forces in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden today. The manhunt failed and Villa rose from national hero to worldwide legend.

Region: Mexico
Weapons: Winchester 1894 rifle, Colt Bisley revolver, and Bolo knife.
Reign: 1878
Key Battles: Villa's daring raid on the border-town of Columbus, New Mexico made him one of the most wanted men in the United States. With approximately 500 revolutionaries Villa raided the town and set many of the buildings on fire.