ComedyAfter recent trips take the Dunphys to New York; Mitch, Cam and Lily to the Midwest; and Jay, Gloria, Manny and Joe to Juarez, Mexico; the Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan reunites in its eighth season premiere with all of the families converging at home for Father’s Day.
ComedyJay does not want to give the new family moving in across the street the wrong impression and goes out of his way to make sure they know he is the best kind of neighbor, while Manny decides that the best way to an attractive and radical-thinking teenage girl’s heart is through his actions. Meanwhile, at the Pritchett house, the entire family is using Alex’s recent bout of mono to their advantage. Finally, Cam and Mitchell have always felt they were the most open, non-judgmental and supportive parents. However, when they overhear Lily insulting her new friend, they have to take a quick look in the mirror before they tea
ComedyThe Dunphys and Pritchett’s are going head-to-head when Luke decides his best chance at getting into college is running for senior class president against Manny. The outcome of this election is even more important to Jay, Gloria and Claire, who prove to be dubious campaign managers. Now that Haley has started her own promotion business, Phil insists on introducing her to marketing guru Merv Schechter, who hasn’t seen a stress ball he can’t slap a logo on yet. Meanwhile, Cam finds out his star football player is moving away and makes a rash decision that is going to make home life a little cramped for Mitch and Cam.
ComedyPhil can’t cover up his excitement when he’s invited to appear in a real-estate news segment for the local news. The day gets even better after meeting his “weatherman” hero, Rainer Shine (played by Nathan Fillion). Phil made one little mistake; he introduced him to Hayley. Over at the Pritchett house, Jay decides to infuse a little grit into Manny’s video interview for his college application. In the Tucker-Pritchett home, Lily is over their new houseguest and decides to take matters into her own hands.
ComedyLuke’s Halloween party isn’t the monster bash he dreamed of and is at risk of having the worst party of the year. Sensing trouble, the rest of the Dunphy’s realize all his party needs is a visit from Rod Skyhook, a little promotion and some adult supervision to get it started. Meanwhile at the Tucker-Pritchett home, Cam faces off with his Halloween nemesis while Lily and Mitchell try to save the day and work to keep him from going to the darkside. Finally, when Jay finds out that Manny is going to a party at the home of an old enemy, he enlists him to deliver a trick he will never forget.
ComedyJay’s favorite place in the world, and only refuge, may be losing some of its charm when Phil considers becoming a member. At the Dunphy house, Claire mistakes her influence on Alex’s life choices, and Hayley cares too much about what Alex thinks about hers. Meanwhile, when Cam doesn’t give Mitchell the full story on what his play is really about, it really puts Mitchell in the spotlight.
ComedySo much can happen to the Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan in five minutes! Mitch and Cam have five minutes to catch a new flight while fighting the effects of sleeping pills they took prematurely. Then at Rainer’s birthday dinner, Haley and Rainer are forced to reevaluate their entire relationship in the five minutes before the birthday cake arrives. Meanwhile, Phil and Claire pay a surprise visit to Alex and are given a five-minute surprise introduction to her new boyfriend. Finally, with only five minutes to catch a movie, Manny has to find the perfect parking space and endure Jay and Gloria’s backseat argument.
ComedyAs Jake and Rosa continue their search for a bank-robbing operation with Lieutenant Hawkins (guest star Gina Gershon), they realize there’s more to her team than meets the eye. After discovering a dangerous secret, they call for back-up from Holt and Pimento (guest star Jason Mantzoukas). Meanwhile, Boyle objects to Gina’s new boyfriend (guest star Ryan Phillipe). Then, Jake and Rosa are framed for a crime they didn’t commit, it’s up to the Nine-Nine to find a way to bust them out. Part 2 of 2.
ComedyEssex, 1983: meet Vincent Swan, double-glazing salesman extraordinaire. Smart, handsome and cocksure: Vincent will stop at nothing to get a sale. His team at Cachet Windows include Fitzpatrick, a smarmy reprobate who can charm the life savings out of anyone, and Lavender, a failed musician whose crippling politeness and moral backbone has a habit of getting in the way of a sale. The two take a bet on whether Fitzpatrick can sell 'ice to the Eskimos' - in other words, sell new windows to someone he's recently sold new windows to.
ComedyIt’s going to be a Thanksgiving jamboree at the Pritchett-Tucker home this year and Cameron has spared no expense. While Phil tries to get used to Rainer Shine dating his daughter, Hayley has to break it to her dad that she would rather spend the rest of her holiday with her new boyfriend than stay for the traditional family football game. Meanwhile, Jay has to figure out a way to keep his blood pressure down on one of the most stressful days of the year as Gloria tries to show Joe that animals are our friends. Finally, Alex and Dwight get to know each other a little better than her Uncle Cam would like while Mitchell ha
ComedyIn the season finale, Manny’s father, Javier, shows up for his graduation and takes him out on a wild night of celebration, and then Jay steps in to pick-up the pieces. Meanwhile, the Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan is getting ready for Luke and Manny’s big day and dealing with the emotions that come with seeing your kids grow up and leave the nest.
ComedyIn the fourth season premiere episode, Bonnie and Adam’s relationship is tested when he moves in with her and Christy for a few weeks. Also, Christy learns the hard way that it may be a mistake to try and meet men with Jill.
ComedyJess struggles to keep the loft’s Secret Santa gift exchange afloat. When Winston believes his online gift order for Cece won’t be delivered in time, he and Schmidt must endure going to an actual store to find a replacement gift. Meanwhile, Reagan surprises Nick, who helps makes Jess’ Christmas one to remember.
ComedyWhen Manny and Luke put on the school’s lavish winter dance and end up over their heads due to a texting error, it is up to them to fix it before the end of the night. Meanwhile, Gloria, Claire, Mitchell and Cam all volunteer at the dance while Jay’s thinly veiled guise to get out of it by pretending to want to spend time with Phil backfires. During the dance, Claire and Gloria attempt to set up Marjorie, an overbearing mom, with the school’s principal. Finally, Mitchell is unnerved to be back in high school and is shocked to see a lot of himself in the school bully and feels he needs a little guidance.
ComedyVincent's life has taken a turn for the worse - kicked out of the family home, in debt to the Inland Revenue to the tune of £50k, and worst of all - he's lost his sales mojo. Splitting his time between a prostitute's flat and the Cachet sofa, Vincent is gently sliding into the abyss - but absolution appears in the most dangerous of forms.
ComedyQuagmire discovers the “dating” app Tinder, forcing Peter, Joe and Cleveland to intervene and save him from his soul-sucking hedonism. Meanwhile, Stewie finds out that he has scoliosis and learns the perks of his latest diagnosis.
ComedyEveryone deserves a little alone time now and then, so when Mitch and Jay separately seek out a much-needed retreat from the family and end up at the same resort, it becomes clear just how “related” they really are. Meanwhile, Phil and Claire can’t seem to really enjoy the empty-nester life, and Cam, not knowing what to do with himself while Mitch is away, drops in on Gloria’s to lend a hand.
ComedyIt's Christmas time and the Welsh contingent have been invited to celebrate the festive season with the Shipmans. So with the help of Dave and his coach; the Wests head East. Dawn and Pete have come round for Christmas Eve drinks, and Pete's brought his aged mum. Mick has an enormous turkey soaking in a bucket, Bryn has his mistletoe set to standby and Pam has a cracker of a present under the tree for Mick. But will the season still be jolly when Smithy sees how attached Dave is to baby Neil? Or when Bryn elaborates further on the fishing trip? But most importantly...will there still be tidings of comfort and joy when Gavi
ComedyIn a special preview of new one-hour comedy musical series, GLEE, optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester tries to refuel his own passion while reinventing the McKinley High School’s glee club and challenging a group of outcasts to realize their star potential. Going up against McKinley’s cruel high school caste system and facing harsh criticism from everyone around him, Will is determined to prove them all wrong. Musical performances include "Don't Stop Believin", "Rehab", "On My Own", "Respect", "Mr. Cellophane", "I Kissed a Girl", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and "Can't Fight This Feeling".
ComedyLive performance from one of the UK's hottest comedians. Star of Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, Michael McIntyre¿s Comedy Roadshow and The Royal Variety Performance, Micky ruthlessly deconstructs the East End myth with razor sharp observational wit. - Very strong language and adult humour
ComedyIn the tenth season premiere, Penny’s family arrives for the wedding ceremony, including her anxiety-ridden mother, Susan (guest star KATEY SAGAL), her drug-dealing brother, Randall (guest star JACK McBRAYER) and her father Wyatt (returning guest star KEITH CARRADINE). After Sheldon’s mother, Mary (recurring guest star LAURIE METCALF) and Leonard’s father, Alfred (returning guest star JUDD HIRSCH) share an evening together, however, everyone deals with an awkward morning the next day. Recurring guest star CHRISTINE BARANSKI returns as Leonard’s mother, Dr. Beverly Hofstadter, while Breaking Bad’s DEAN NORRIS gues
ComedyWhen Vincent and Lavender discover that Fitzpatrick is a CB radio enthusiast, they can't resist going undercover to dupe him. However, when the prank goes spectacularly wrong, it reveals a side to Fitzpatrick that his Cachet colleagues have never seen before. Meanwhile, Vincent receives some unexpected but exciting news - he's been nominated for Entrepreneur of the Year in the Essex Business Awards. Vincent immediately splashes out on a table for the company, so that the team can see him take the prize that is surely his.
ComedyHannah provides cover for Marnie on a secret weekender to Poughkeepsie, which Marnie hopes will help clarify an old chapter in her life. Shoshanna enlists Elijah to be her plus-one at a networking event for young professional women, where Jessa's antics lead Shosh to reevaluate her post-college friendships.
ComedyHayley’s plan for a fun-filled girl’s day with Rainer Shine’s teen daughter may be a little more angst-filled than expected. Meanwhile, Luke finds himself in a compromising position with a widow at the club (played by Joely Fisher) and unwittingly helps his grandpa, Jay, with his petition. At the Pritchett-Tucker home, Gloria, Phil and Cam have formed a secret alliance to ensure their respective “mistakes” are concealed from their spouses. However, their diabolical plan may be derailed when Mitchell starts suspecting something just isn’t right.
ComedyAdam and Jessa begin shooting scenes for their film, but Jessa questions Adam's creative direction. In town to visit Hannah, Loreen has a hard time accepting the next phase of her life. Marnie does a less-than-stellar job of being there for a grieving Ray.
ComedyTaylor Swift agrees to go to a homecoming dance with Chris after he asks her via online video. However, when she starts to fall for him, her music takes a hit. Meanwhile, Peter decides to try a new profession and sees firsthand what it’s like to be an Uber driver.
ComedyDuring a quick workout session in the garage, Mitchell accidentally knocks over an urn filled with the ashes of Cam’s beloved pet pig Lilly. He quickly attempts to cover up his blunder and devises an appropriate cover-up. Hoping to catch Mitchell in his lie, Cam makes up a tall tale to trap him, but his own lie soon becomes a little too big to manage.
ComedyFrank Dunphy’s Roaring 20s-themed wedding day is finally here, and to get into the spirit, Phil gets the Dunphy clan to show up in costume. Once Claire and the kids realize they are the only ones dressed-up, they feel it’s time for a “funny” intervention with Phil. Meanwhile, Jay has mastered the art of saying no, but soon realizes that if you say no too many times, people stop asking; and Cam is in for a big surprise when he finally stops hiding behind Mitchell and stands up to his sister Pam.
ComedyGloria, Claire, Haley, Alex, Lily, Luke and Manny are equally committed to showing their support for gender equality and the women’s movement in very different ways. Meanwhile, Jay and Phil are at odds on how their parking lot attendant, Joan (guest-star Niecy Nash), should be running their lot, and jealousy ensues when Pam prefers Mitchell’s help over Cam’s with her baby.
ComedyAfter choking at last year’s charity basketball game, Phil has been training all year to redeem himself. However, when NBA stars Charles Barkley and DeAndre Jordan attend the game and start making bets, Phil tries to not buckle under the pressure. Meanwhile, Gloria has to step-up at Manny’s school when her nemesis, Donna Duncan (Jane Krakowski), tries to shame her for her lack of support at the school. Finally, Claire does whatever it takes to keep a work mistake secret from Jay, while Jay’s concerned that Joe doesn’t have a healthy fear of him at all.
ComedyIn what could be their last case as partners, Jake and Charles go to great extremes to apprehend a local bike thief. Terry shockingly isn't in the lead for "Mr. Nine-Nine" (the detective who has solved the most cases), leaving Rosa determined to boost his ego. Meanwhile, Amy spends some precious time with Holt.
ComedyWhile all of Quahog assumes she's dead, Lois returns from the wilderness and names Stewie as her killer, but he goes on the run while Joe leads a manhunt around Quahog. Then, Stewie tries to take over the world and in the interim auditions for the American Idol judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul. Meanwhile, Lois realizes that she must stop Stewie.
ComedyWill, Simon, Jay and Neil bunk off school. They head to Neil's house to get drunk, where Simon has a vodka-induced romantic revelation about his childhood sweetheart. Puerile adult humour with strong language.
ComedyAn infestation of head lice plagues South Park Elementary. When Mr. Garrison refuses to name names, Cartman finds a way to detect who has lice in the hopes of making fun of his unfortunate classmate.
ComedyMicky's sell-out Back in the Game tour was the biggest comedy event of 2013 playing to over half a million people across the UK and Ireland. Recorded live at London's Hackney Empire, join one of the nation's best-loved comedians performing to his home crowd in this hilarious brand new show packed full of guaranteed laughter. The celebrated comic has an adept ability to charm his audience with tales of middle age, marriage and what to do when you run out of things to say to your wife. Micky has firmly established himself as a superstar comedian earning rave reviews ("Flanagan is the man of the moment, comedy's meteoric succ
ComedyTimes are hard again. Bankrupt and back to selling dodgy Slovakian log-effect gas fires, Del's even driving for Boycie. Trotters Independent Trading Co. needs capital - pronto. So when the brothers decide to travel to Normandy to represent Uncle Albert at a war reunion, a 'nothing-to-declare' visit to a wine warehouse with Denzil's new van seems a cushty option. But chamboussiz nouvelle! France is like a foreign country: the reunion town is full of Albert-a-likes, they bring back an illegal immigrant and somehow become the internationally hunted 'Gary Gang'.
ComedyTransvestite Emily Howard seeks shelter from the rain in a seaside pub. Stingy stage hypnotist Kenny Craig uses his skills to ensure his date only orders the set menu and a soft drink at the Chinese restaurant. Actor 'Dennis Waterman' calls upon theatrical agent Jeremy Rent, and Andy demonstrates extraordinary abilities for a wheelchair-bound person when Lou takes him to the local swimming pool.
ComedyStacey is trying for a new job whilst ensuring Gavin sticks to his recent promise! Dave is not a happy bunny when Nessa tells him she is taking Neil the baby to Essex to see his dad. Meanwhile, over at the Shipman's house, Dawn and Pete have joined Pam and Mick for a beer-and-curry night of huge proportions - at the Billericay house of fun.
ComedyStewie and Brian form a children’s band that quickly rises to fame until they let a girl get between them and drive the band apart. Meanwhile, Peter and Lois insist that Chris gets a job so he takes a job managing Quagmire’s sex life as his personal assistant.
ComedyThe hit comedy about four teenagers growing up in middle class suburbia returns. It's a new term at Rudge Park and the geography field trip looms. - Strong language and adult humour. No fish were inhumanely treated during the filming of the episode.
ComedyBrian and Lois decide it’s time for Chris to work out his anger management issues by taking up a sport. Chris surprises everyone and becomes a star baseball pitcher, which turns Peter into a gambling father, as he bets on his son’s baseball games. Meanwhile, Stewie, Brian and Frank Sinatra Jr. attempt to open an Italian restaurant.
ComedySeason Six Premiere. Riding a wave of newfound career success, Hannah gets an assignment to write a story about a female surf camp in the Hamptons, where she meets an uncomplicated waterski instructor named Paul-Louis. In hopes of breaking her old patterns post-divorce, Marnie tells Ray he needs to spend more time at his own place, but Adam and Jessa's intensity drives him out of his apartment.
ComedyOscar nominee Greg Kinnear - "As Good As It Gets," "Talk Soup"), for an esteemed paleontology grant. Unfortunately, Hobart also happens to be Charlie's (recurring guest star Aisha Tyler - "Talk Soup") obsessed ex-boyfriend. Hobart offers the grant to Ross on the condition that he break up with Charlie. Meanwhile, Phoebe tries to give a hideous painting she created to an extremely reluctant Monica and Rachel. Also, Joey is offended when Chandler lies about viewing Joey's bizarre audition tape reel.
ComedyPhoebe fears losing her latest prospective boyfriend, Mike (recurring guest star Paul Rudd), and her self-doubt is only worsened by Ross' foolish comments. Meanwhile, Chandler is in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on a work assignment. When Monica surprises him in his hotel room, she mistakenly frets that he has a sexual fetish for sharks. And Joey becomes upset because his date doesn't remember previously having sex with him.
ComedyWhen Vincent receives a visit from a tax inspector, pursuing him for unpaid tax, he decides that now would be a good time to get out of the showroom and spend more time with the family. A trip to Southend doesn't go exactly as planned - but he still wins brownie points from the wife and kids. Fitzpatrick and Lavender clash over the ethics of Page 3, when an opportunity to photograph Brendan the fitter's daughter for a competition in The Sun arises. Meanwhile, Vincent's side-business; pirating copies of E.T. on VHS in the backroom of the showroom, is still rolling out in his absence.
ComedyHannah interviews influential writer Ode Montgomery, who offers eye-opening advice on being a woman and a writer. When Adam storms off the set of his latest acting job, Jessa suggests they embark on a creative endeavor of their own. Ray considers the course of his life after a regular at the coffee shop suddenly dies. Marnie is confronted with her narcissism.
ComedyAdam comes to Hannah with some surprising news. Jessa spends a day off on her own. Shoshanna slogs through helping Ray with his oral-history project, until a fortuitous run-in with her old boss Abigail.
ComedyWhen Vincent, Fitzpatrick, and Lavender meet a group of men from a local publishing company, alpha male hackles are raised - not only do these men get an expense account, but they each have a company car. When Cachet boss Tony Walsh rejects Vincent's request to match these perks, Vincent starts to think that maybe he's in the wrong business. Meanwhile, in a bid to save face, Fitzpatrick puts faith in his comprehensive knowledge of Cachet's home turf - with potentially dangerous consequences. In the showroom, receptionist Carol tries to get to grips with the new office computer.
ComedyDespite their lofty hopes, Phil and Jay’s property investment might turn out to be a bust, forcing Phil to rethink his original dream. Meanwhile, Cam lands in the hospital due to a head injury and refuses to have an MRI thanks to a traumatic incident with a well when he was a child. Determined to finally impress Claire and keep her from re-gifting her birthday present, Gloria surprises her with a day of luxury at the office. However, after Claire had to implement some rather harsh budget cuts at work, a massage at her desk may not be sending the right message.
ComedyIn an attempt to avoid eating the healthy food that Lois forces him to eat, Peter opens up his own food truck with fattening foods. Meanwhile, Meg joins a roller derby team, despite Chris thinking it’s too dangerous.
ComedySchmidt enlists Nick to help him earn the respect of his difficult house contractor. Meanwhile, as Jess and Robby test the limits of their ability to be in a casual relationship, Winston and Cece debate the pros and cons of not being single.
ComedyPatsy, Eddy and Saffron head to Marrakech for a photo-shoot. Edina and Patsy use the trip as an excuse to shop for ethnic fashions, while Saffron turns her attention to the native inhabitants. However, it's not long before tensions between Eddy's best friend and daughter come to a head.
ComedySteve becomes the town pariah after he convinces the star quarterback of the arena football team to stop playing. Roger forces Hayley to become a cab driver to pay him back for her gambling debts.
ComedyIn a special episode celebrating the music of Michael Jackson, the rivalry between New Directions and the Warblers intensifies en route to Regionals. Meanwhile, Kurt and Rachel receive news regarding their admissions process at NYADA, and things continue to heat up between Sam and Mercedes. Musical performances include “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin”, “I Want You Back”, “Bad”, “Scream”, “Never Can Say Goodbye”, “Smooth Criminal”, “Ben”, “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Black or White (rap version)” and “Human Nature”.
ComedyThe precinct packs up and heads to the Tri-State Police Officers’ annual Cop-Con, which is usually the Nine-Nine’s excuse for a big annual party. But the squad’s fun is threatened this year when Holt asks them to be on their best behavior. Then, Amy suddenly vanishes hours before taking the Sergeant Exam, and it’s up to Jake and Rosa to find her before it’s too late.
ComedyTerry's ex (guest star Kimberly Herbert Gregory) replaces Teddy in evaluating the precinct, but Jake and Rosa are distracted by a burglary case that occurred on the set of one of their favorite detective TV shows. As the rest of the Nine-Nine concentrate on the audit (and Terry's past relationship strategies), Jake and Rosa pass time with the series star (guest star Nathan Fillion) and producer (guest star Greg Germann), who meddle in the case and charm Jake with the glamour of show business.
ComedyChristy considers giving up her dream of becoming a lawyer when Bonnie’s ex-girlfriend, Jeanine (returning guest star ROSIE O’DONNELL) offers her a lucrative job in real estate. Also, Adam (new series regular WILLIAM FICHTNER) is very curious about Bonnie’s past with women.
ComedySergeant Jeffords is stopped by a fellow police officer (guest star Desmond Harrington) while off-duty in his own neighborhood. When the incident escalates, Terry wants to file an official complaint against him, but Captain Holt has other ideas. Meanwhile, Jake and Amy get a glimpse into the difficulties of parenthood and answer some tough questions when they babysit Terry's kids.
ComedyWith the crime rate lowered, Brooklyn will be shutting down one of its precincts - permanently. The Nine-Nine is confident they will be evaluated fairly, until the official auditor turns out to be Amy’s ex-boyfriend, Teddy (guest star Kyle Bornheimer). The whole squad then must band together to try to save the precinct.
ComedyFrankie and Mike are embarrassed to admit that they once again forgot Brick's birthday. But their embarrassment turns to fright when they discover that he has turned 15, and it's time for them to teach their not-so-sure-footed son driver's ed. But when Axl takes a shot at letting Brick drive his Winnebago, he ends up running down one of Orson's most treasured landmarks. Meanwhile, while Sue anxiously tries to choose a college major before deadline, she learns a shocking secret from Frankie.
ComedyAs Milo’s (Danny Masterson) efforts to woo a potential date backfire over a texting typo, Gibbs (James Lesure) and Tyler (Michael Cassidy) are left speechless after their research for a magazine story about a noted sex therapist turns erotic.
ComedyThe TV movie "The Day After" freaks out Barry, who attempts to convince Murray to build an underground bunker. Meanwhile, Erica and Adam try to use over-the-top Mother's Day gifts to get what they want, but it ultimately backfires.
ComedyIn the 100th episode, Lois and Peter go on a cruise, leaving Stewie and the family behind. Upset with Lois for leaving him at home, Stewie vows to carry out a diabolical plan. When Brian challenges him to actually do it, Stewie stows away on the ship, finds Lois and...well...the title of the episode says it all.
ComedyAfter Stewie gets his baby butt kicked by Joe's infant daughter, he starts hitting the gym with Peter. It seems like all of Stewie’s hard work is paying off until Peter drops a bombshell when he reveals just how Stewie got those six-pack abs. Meanwhile, Chris starts to date a popular girl at school and quickly realizes that popularity is like physics – as in what goes up must come down.
ComedyWhen his "ultimate plan" to embarrass Butters backfires, Cartman struggles to keep his classmates from seeing a compromising photograph. Meanwhile, Butters is sent to a special camp where they "Pray the Gay Away."
ComedyThe hit comedy about four teenagers growing up in middle class suburbia returns. It's a new term at Rudge Park and the geography field trip looms. - Strong language and adult humour
No fish were inhumanely treated during the filming of the episode.
ComedyWhen Peter re-discovers his love for the painfully annoying yet seductively catchy tune "The Bird's the Word," Brian and Stewie decide to take matters into their own hands to ensure that the song will never be heard again! On the verge of tears, Peter goes to every record store in Quahog to track down his beloved jingle, when he runs into a familiar face. Realizing that it is the one and only Jesus Christ, Peter wants the world to know that he and J.C. are BFFs.
ComedyIt's Boxing Day in the Brockman household and Santa has paid a visit, along with some burglars. While Mum and Dad try to maintain some festive spirit, Ben wreaks havoc with a mechanical hand, Jake argues the case for pirated music and Karen is busy writing New Year’s resolutions - not for herself, but for the rest of the family, and Barack Obama. With guests arriving, some welcome, some not, the pressure is on Dad to get lunch on the table. But where’s Grandad?
ComedyPeter decides to grow a moustache, but then he's mistaken for a fireman (because they all have moustaches), so he lends a hand when a fire breaks out at a local fast food restaurant. The owner gives him unlimited burgers as a "thank you" but he eats so many that he eventually has a stroke. When Peter recovers, he vows to expose the fast-food company and becomes friends with a genetically engineered cow (Montalban) he meets after infiltrating the McBurgertown warehouse.
ComedyAfter Randy Marsh experiences an unfortunate incident on national TV, the "N" bomb hits South Park. While Randy seeks forgiveness from Jesse Jackson, South Park Elementary invites a midget by the name of Dr. Nelson to talk about sensitivity.
ComedyThe boys set off on their first road trip in Simon's new car for a day out at Thorpe Park. Once inside the pleasure park however, Will soon wishes they had never come. Puerile adult humour with strong language.
ComedyWhen the Griffins and other residents of Quahog are invited to visit the mansion of James Woods, the evening turns into a real murder mystery when guests end up dead and everyone scrambles to figure out who done it. Guest voices Drew Barrymore, James Woods and Ashley Tisdale.
ComedyCartman suffers from a mysterious and sudden on-set of the disease, Gingervitis. Sick and tired of being ridiculed because he now has red hair, light skin and freckles, he rallies all ginger kids everywhere to rise up and assume their role as the master race.
ComedyTo help pay off his incredible debt, Peter participates in medical experiments to make some extra cash. First, he is injected with the "Seth Rogen" gene (guest voice Rogen) that "gives you the appearance of being funny even though you haven't actually done anything funny." Then he is injected with a gene that leads him to a new mate, leaving a broken-hearted Lois behind. Although the family is crushed, they quickly realize the most important thing is that Peter is happy.
Comedy80-year-old Hetty Wolf takes her first ever flight with Great British Air, husband and wife pilots Simon and Jackie sort out their marriage at 35,000 feet above Sweden, and Omar Baba, owner of low-cost carrier FlyLo, is forced to do something about the lack of life-jackets on his planes. Meanwhile, Omar's most junior employee Taaj is on buggy duty, and Chief Immigration Officer Ian Foot has found a suspicious passport.
ComedyExams are looming, and Will is getting stressed. Jay has got other things on his mind, while Simon at last seems to be making some headway with Carli, who he is helping to revise (albeit at the expense of his own revision). - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyThis special half-hour Family Guy tribute showcases the outrageous antics of the Griffin family and celebrates the side-splitting, irreverent humor of the fan-favorite animated series. Some of the funniest moments, satirical spoofs and musical numbers of the past 100 episodes are revisited.
ComedyFilled with humor and bittersweet emotion, the series finale of "Friends" finds Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross embarking on the next chapters in their lives. The six of them have been there for one another through all the ups and downs of becoming adults. Now it's their last day together, and it's one of momentous events and last-minute surprises. Even as the friends make major decisions about their futures, they share a bond that will last forever--no matter where their paths lead.
ComedyWill draws on his scouting experience to cope with the last trip he has organised for the boys before they go their separate ways, but the others are woefully unprepared. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyMeet two brainiacs with a lot to learn. Leonard and Sheldon can tell their quarks from their quantum physics, but have no clue how women add up. Leave it to their pretty new neighbor, just off a messy breakup, to teach them a thing or two.