Peter and Jared (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Breckin Meyer) represent a taxi driver who is accused of teaming up with an accomplice posing as a passenger to steal celebrity handbags in the new episode "Love Is the Drug." Meanwhile, Infeld (Malcolm McDowell) reignites an old feud when he punches a local restaurateur (guest star John Michael Higgins) who has removed Infeld's caricature from display in his eatery. Mike Tyson also guest stars.
With her knack for movement, confirmed by her medals in figure skating, Tara Lipinski has the expertise to be a guest judge on this show. She returns to the panel in the new episode "Top 4 Perform & Eliminations," the series' penultimate telecast this season -- since the winner will be announced next week. Those remaining in the contest get new partners to dance with, and they're also paired with one another. Cat Deeley is the host.
Josh (Jonathan Sadowski) is turning 30 and Gabi (Emily Osment), who is struggling to sort out her feelings about his upcoming marriage to Caroline (Mallory Jansen), makes a very personal gift to mark this milestone occasion. When Caroline totally forgets his big day, however, Gabi puts aside thoughts of herself and lets Mallory present the gift as her own to spare Josh's feelings in the new episode "Young & Hungry (...and getting married!)."
In "Care and Feeding," the first of two new back-to-back episodes, visions of his late daughter prompt Sparks (Michael O'Neill) to go on the run with Molly's (Halle Berry) baby. As she tries to locate and recover the child, Molly is forced into an alliance with Yasumoto (Hiroyuki Sanada). Series creator Mickey Fisher wrote the script. Goran Visnjic, Pierce Gagnon and Camryn Manheim also star.
The concept of "Office Hours" usually doesn't apply at home, but Frankie (Patricia Heaton) institutes it for her children. She has a need to get organization back into her life, including on the domestic front, and she feels that corralling the kids' input will be a help. Mike (Neil Flynn) worries that Darrin (John Gammon) is monopolizing Sue's (Eden Sher) time by being a constant presence at the Heck house. Atticus Shaffer also stars.
As the title suggests, this series offers striking aerial views of various regions of the world, starting here at home with the episode "North America." Some of the country's most famous sights -- and sites, for that matter -- are featured, including the Grand Canyon, the Great Plains and San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. When it's said that they're seen from a bird's-eye view, that's literal: Bald eagles and snow geese are shown soaring over them.
"Water Tanks for the Memories" is the title of this new episode, strongly suggesting that someone is going to get very wet before the hour is over. Penn & Teller likely will stay dry, though, as they assess another crop of talents hoping to perform with the duo in Las Vegas. Lee Hathaway, Jack Tapperel and Laura London are the contenders here. Jonathan Ross is the host.
When Murray (Jeff Garlin) doesn't want something, he doesn't want it -- and the "something" is a new chair in "For Your Own Good." Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) remains undaunted and gets him one anyway, making him eager to even the score with her. Adam's (Sean Giambrone) campaign against a school bully comes to involve Barry (Troy Gentile), much to Adam's eventual regret. George Segal and Hayley Orrantia also star.
In the season finale, a new episode called "The Killer Returns," Charlie and Holly (Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling) discover there is indeed such a thing as bad publicity when they learn that the killer from the murder investigation that brought them back together is on the loose yet again and stalking the Mystery Girls, thanks to their recent commercial.
At a time when the "Sharknado" TV movies have done big business, there's increased awareness of -- and interest in -- what the title of this episode spells out: "Why Sharks Attack." Of course, the program takes a much more serious approach to the subject, with American and Australian shark experts taking scientific views of what provokes the so-called "eating machines." There's an urgency for answers as shark populations increase in some areas.
In the new episode "English Beat Down," David and James crash Josh Altman's brokers open house for the deluxe listing they lost to him, trash-talking the property to guests in front of Josh. The pair also land a $48 million estate -- the largest listing of their careers -- but nearly come to blows over the best way to market it.
As part of a gambit to track the sale of VX gas and rescue kidnapped chemist Richard Hubbard (guest star David Meunier), Martin (Sean Bean) assumes the persona of international arms dealer Dante Auerbach, who is known as the "Lord of War." His ruse leads Martin to a beautiful arms dealer (guest star Necar Zadegan) who is the right hand of a shadowy Chechen mobster in the new episode "Lords of War."
Clarke and Bellamy (Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley) disagree on how to handle Murphy (Richard Harmon), who's returned to camp claiming that he was captured and tortured by the Grounders. Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) sneaks off to find Lincoln (Ricky Whittle) and comes back with a warning for the 100. A mysterious virus forces many residents of the camp into quarantine in "I Am Become Death." Devon Bostick also stars.
Miss D uses some tough love on the Baby Dancing Dolls to whip them into shape for their first throwdown with their number-one rival, the Baby Prancing Tigerettes. Meanwhile, Rittany, Crystianna's aunt, struggles to keep up with the rest of the squad when the Dancing Doll Parents get a chance to perform a full routine at competition in the new episode "Baby Dolls vs. Baby Tigerettes."
Uh-oh. Briggs (Daniel Sunjata) learns that someone in Graceland knows about his shady personal history and even has hard evidence of his past crimes, so he vows to do whatever he must to take down this threat in the new episode "Home." Meanwhile, the team tries to pull off a major bank heist to steal money from Mike's (Aaron Tveit) chief adversary. Carmine Giovinazzo and Brit Morgan guest star.
This new episode finds two popular previous cheftestants, neither of whom previously won a "Top Chef" competition, vying for a shot at the big prize: Chris "CJ" Jacobson and Stefan Richter. "Ceej," as the very tall Jacobson was known to friends, is a cancer survivor as well as the current executive chef of Girasol in Studio City, Calif. Richter, who hails from Finland, was known for his unlikely combination of arrogance and European charm.
The new episode "No Laughing Matter" finds Robert at Uncle Andy's Diner in Portland, Maine, where the owner, a part-time stand-up comic, spends more time telling jokes to customers than paying attention to the quality of the food -- or even to how his recent success as a comic is taking a toll on his family relationships.
An undercover cop (guest star Kenny Johnson) is the killer in the season finale, "For You I Die." The case has a personal bent: The victim is Sergeant Cross' (Warren Christie) girlfriend, prosecutor Samantha Turner (Laura Mennell). The murder has links to an investigation 10 years earlier, a shooting that has left Angie (Kristin Lehman) and Cross troubled ever since. Aliyah O'Brien, alias Holly on "Rookie Blue," also guest stars.
In a new episode called "Goliath," Marco's (Demian Bichir) tainted history comes to light while Sonya (Diane Kruger) visits a stranger from her past. Elsewhere, Frye (Matthew Lillard) finally takes things a step too far, while Eleanor's (Franka Potente) loyalties are tested. Ramon Franco also stars.
Think of the animal and reptile kingdoms, and you probably have your own immediate answer to what defines a "maneater." In this new special, veterinarian Mark Evans looks at three examples, using technology to demonstrate how such predators and their human prey can coexist. The great white shark, the Nile crocodile and the polar bear are spotlighted -- also in terms of how they can continue to survive, rather than be killed in retaliation for attacks.
What a bad time for a blackout: Cat (Chyler Leigh) brings a gang leader (guest star Marcos Palma) into the precinct for interrogation when the lights go out across much of Brooklyn in the new episode "The Longest Night." The suspect gets hold of a gun and starts shooting. Even worse? Cat learns someone at the station furnished the weapon, forcing her to ponder which of her colleagues is the traitor. And worse than that? The shooter's peers besiege the place.
An upcoming charity golf tournament is jeopardized by Anisha's continuing conflicts with most of the group in the new episode "A Swing and a Diss." Meanwhile, the relationship between Kendrick and Anisha changes forever after his true feelings about her come out during a card party.