4456 a.k.a. Method & Red: Method & Red, sometimes written Meth and Red, is a short lived television program that ran on Fox from June 16 to September 15, 2004. It starred hip hop recording artists Method Man & Redman, portraying fictionalized versions of themselves who move to a predominately white upper-class suburb in New Jersey.
- begun in and completed on (11 years ago)
- 13 episodes of 30 or 20 minutes each
- country: United States of America
- created by Method Man
- regular cast:
- genres: Sitcom, Comedy
"4456" a.k.a. "Burning Tears of Sassurum" is a book by Sharon Baker.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1988-06
4456 a.k.a. Smithmark Publishers is a publisher, author.
- also known as Smithmark
- written works: "My First Five Years", "Steve Young Prepacked Display", "John Elway Prepacked Display", "Little Wok Cookbook", "Make Your Own Little Red Plane", "A Children's Treasury of Poetry", "Brett Favre Prepacked Display", "Dan Marino Prepacked Display", "Troy Aikman Prepacked Display", "Beanie Baby Collector's Journal and Display Case", "Dog Journal", "A Treasury of Stories and Rhymes"
- 4456 a.k.a. Alocasia macrorrhizos is a species of flowering plant in the arum family, Araceae, that it is native to rainforests from Malaysia to Queensland and has long been cultivated on many Pacific islands and elsewhere in the tropics. Common names include Giant Taro and Elephant Ear Taro, while words for the plant in the various Polynesian languages include Kape, Ape, "ta'amu" in Samoan language, and Pulaka. In Australia it is known as the "cunjevoi". It is edible if cooked for a long time but its sap irritates the skin due to calcium oxalate crystals, or raphides which are needle like. Alocasia species are commonly found in marketplaces in Samoa and Tonga and other parts of Polynesia. The varieties recognized in Tahiti are the Ape oa, haparu, maota, and uahea. The giant heart-shaped leaves make impromptu umbrellas in tropical downpours.
- 4456 a.k.a. Dawson's Creek - Season 6: Dawson's Creek sixth season started on October 2nd, 2002 and ended May 14th, 2003 with a 2-hour-special series finale. This season takes place on the characters' sophomore year of college while the series finale takes place 5 years after the last episode.
- also known as Dawson's Creek Season 6