ComedyIn the season premiere, Jay forces the family to take their family vacation on a houseboat on a lake in an effort to create memories that will last long after he’s gone. Meanwhile, Mitchell runs into an old flame that opens some old wounds; Cam has to stay out of the sun at all costs; Phil and Claire try out some adventureous excursions; and the kids’ quest for a good time may not be as fun as they expected.
ComedyPhil and Claire realize that Alex may be more self-sufficient in college than they give her credit for when they drop in for a quick visit. Meanwhile, Manny is determined to avoid a long tearful goodbye after Gloria and Jay move him into his college dorm. Finally, Mitch may have accidentally accelerated a planned renovation, and Hayley gets an unexpected opportunity when she befriends a wealthy female member at the country club.
ComedySeries premiere. Barry (Bill Hader) is a disillusioned Midwesterner who became a professional hitman at the urging of Monroe Fuches, an old family friend who's become his handler. Burned out by the numbing sameness of whacking strangers, Barry is sent by Fuches to LA, where he's tasked with killing Ryan Madison, a young actor who has been sleeping with the wife of a Chechen mob leader, Goran Pazar. Tailing his target to a rehearsal space, Barry accidentally interrupts an acting class overseen by teacher/guru Gene Cousineau. After subbing for a no-show student in a scene with Ryan and bonding with the class at a bar after c
ComedySeries Premiere. The Guy makes an uncomfortable delivery to a macho client and his taciturn friend. Best friends Max and Lainey's co-dependent relationship begins to wane after Max accidentally stumbles upon a new group of friends, but in order to stay part of this group, Max must keep up a charade while keeping Lainey's suspicions at bay.
ComedyJay’s best friend, Shorty, is back from Costa Rica and stays at the house so they can catch up and reconnect. However, Shorty is spending more time with Gloria and seems to be avoiding Jay. Meanwhile, Alex is ready to shed her good-girl image and is going to prove to Claire that her relationship with Ben is definitely a sexual relationship.
ComedyThe last-ever episode of the comedy, following on from last May's instalment in which Kayleigh finally admitted her true feelings for John - and then stepped out of his car and seemingly out of his life for good when he refused to say how he felt. Will they finally get together?
ComedyWhen Gloria’s ex-boyfriend Jorge (guest star Gabriel Iglesias) stops by for a visit, his striking resemblance to Manny makes Jay question if he might be Manny’s real dad; Phil agonizes over getting the perfect anniversary gift for Claire; Cam and Mitch are out of their depth when Lily gets into a fight at school over bras.
ComedyIn the wake of some shocking news, Gene encourages his class to channel their feelings into their work. Resolved to quit his job and put the past behind him, Barry tries not to get pulled back in by Fuches and the Chechens. Sally tries to crack the nut that is Barry.
ComedyPhil’s convinced he is going to have a day of bad luck after failing to successfully complete his daily superstition. However, Claire is eager to make it to a concert and has no time for his silly notion. Meanwhile, Mitch is certain that Cam is undermining him during their kitchen renovation, and Jay is determined to get Gloria to admit she was in a car accident.
ComedyHaley meets Arvin’s parents but when things don’t go as planned, fate leads to an unexpected reunion with all of her ex-boyfriends. Meanwhile, the family seizes on a nursing home visit with Jay’s mean sister, Becky, to settle old scores. But as Jay, Claire and Mitchell compete for her time, Phil, Cam and Gloria end up getting trapped in the home’s basement with no way out.
ComedyJake invites his newly discovered half-sister (guest star Nasim Pedrad) to stay with him in New York, but when he and Amy realize she’s a bit of a nightmare, they must find a way to get her back home to Dallas. Gina tries to set Rosa up on a date, despite her intense resistance to the idea.
ComedyWhen Haley hears that her loopy boss (guest star Mira Sorvino) is looking for a product with the magical properties of peppers, she tries to gain favor by convincing Gloria to sell her salsa to NERP; Mitchell gets Cam the police ride-along he’s always dreamed of.
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
ComedyPhil and Claire still want to celebrate Halloween in a big way, but it seems no one shares their same enthusiasm making them wonder if maybe everyone is right. Over at the Pritchett’s, Mitch and Cam are frustrated by how long Jay is taking to finish their kitchen remodel, which forces Mitch to finally stand up to his dad. Meanwhile, Gloria’s hospitality is wearing thin when Cam oversteps his boundaries as a house guest.
ComedyWhen Dede drops in unexpectedly, Mitchell and Cam come to a realization about her effect on their lives; Phil, Luke, Alex and Haley all have different bad news to break to Claire and compete about when to do it, the tiny window of time after her monthly spa day when she’s her most relaxed.
ComedySeason Five Premiere. Now that Pied Piper has ample funding and new offices, the pressure to get things right stymies Richard and forces him to grow the company in a way he hadn't planned. A picky Dinesh and Gilfoyle question their ability to make good decisions. After returning to Hooli, Gavin worries about the prospect of becoming antiquated.
ComedyDuring Jay’s Thanksgiving toast, he honors the entire family on their recent successes, even though everyone knows that isn’t quite true. As everyone desperately tries to hide the facts about their perceived triumphs, Phil works hard to master a classic magic trick and prove he’s not the family failure.
ComedyWhen Jay overhears Gloria on the phone talking about spanking, he assumes she is frustrated in the bedroom. When he attempts to light the spark again by giving her exactly what she wants, he realizes he might have made a mistake. Meanwhile, now that Mitchell has an amazing new job, he and Cam throw a party to rub it in Cam’s friends’ faces so they can no longer give him “the look of pity".
ComedyMitchell sneaks out to "Hero-Con" with fellow fanboy Phil, dressed as their favorite characters from the show "Clash of Swords." It's great until Phil commits the ultimate fan faux pas. In a clash of another kind, Gloria's dinosaur party for Joe is ruined when her nemesis, Dr. Donna Duncan, upstages her with a far bigger and better party right next door
ComedyThe family goes on a wine tasting trip and stays in Haley’s new boss’ country house where the only rule is: Don’t touch the tiara! Meanwhile, Gloria and Mitch are invited to a party at Oprah’s house but can’t bring anyone else.
ComedyClaire's request to build a "She Shed" in their backyard is denied by the homeowners association and only Luke and Phil know the real reason why. Meanwhile, Pameron lets Cam in on a family secret that forces him to visit Mitch's therapist to work through this new information.
ComedyThe Pritchett-Dunphy-Tucker clan recount all their biggest celebrity encounters. Phil shows a house to his musical hero and is determined to make a good impression despite the intense pain radiating from a very inconvenient part of his body. Meanwhile, Jay’s day at jury duty takes an unexpected turn when he gets to serve it alongside one of America’s biggest football icons. Finally, Manny’s encounter with his favorite playwright and a celebrated actor and comedian don’t go exactly as you’d expect.
ComedyHaley’s brilliant astrophysicist boyfriend (guest star Chris Geere) comes to meet the family, setting Claire and Phil off in a competition about which one of them is smarter, making Alex feel self-conscious about her dim but handsome firefighter boyfriend, Bill (Jimmy Tatro). Mitch and Cam go on a yoga retreat, but when Cam finds out his dream team, the Kansas City Royals, is having spring training next door, he can’t resist sneaking out.
ComedyOn the eleventh season finale, Amy’s parents (guest stars KATHY BATES and TELLER) arrive along with Sheldon’s family (guest stars LAURIE METCALF, JERRY O’CONNELL and COURTNEY HENGGELER). And everybody’s focused on making sure all goes according to plan – everyone except the bride and groom. MARK HAMILL and WIL WHEATON also guest star.
ComedyPhil thinks that Gloria is upset at Jay for dropping the ball on Valentine’s Day, so he convinces Jay to spice things up with a little role playing that doesn’t go off as planned. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam may have unwittingly ruined Luke’s Valentine’s Day date and are forced to make things right.
ComedyEncouraged by Jared to strike up a friendship with a like-minded CEO named Dana, Richard instead finds himself enamored with Dana's suave COO, who prompts him to question his loyalty to Gilfoyle. Facing limited housing options due to his impulse purchase, Dinesh searches for a new roommate.
ComedyWill's mum is off on a weekend with an old schoolfriend. Will is left home alone and the other boys take full advantage of the situation. It's all fun until the morning. No animals were harmed in the making of this. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedySeries Premiere. Attending an elaborate launch party, Richard and his computer programmer friends--Big Head, Dinesh and Gilfoyle--dream of making it big. Instead, they're living in a communal Hacker Hostel owned by former programmer Erlich, who gets to claim 10% of anything they invent there. When it becomes clear that Richard has developed a powerful compression algorithm for his website, Pied Piper, he finds himself courted by his egomaniacal corporate boss Gavin Belson, who offers a $10 million buyout by his firm, Hooli. But Richard holds back when well-known investor Peter Gregory makes a counter-offer.
ComedyJake and Rosa assimilate to their new lives behind bars, but both are coping in very different ways. Jake bonds with his cellmate, Caleb (guest star Tim Meadows), and is forced to join a prison gang led by notorious inmate Romero (guest star Lou Diamond Phillips), in order to gain his protection. Meanwhile, in the women’s prison, Rosa puts Holt and Terry to the test by having them complete outrageous favors for her. Back in the precinct, Amy and Charles are doing all they can to exonerate their colleagues.
ComedyThe Nine-Nine embarks on its fifth annual Halloween Heist and, as usual, everybody has a plan and no one is safe. Relationships and friendships are tested as the title "Amazing Human Slash Genius" must be snagged by midnight, leaving everyone pitted against each other.
ComedyRichard decides to help when Laurie gets in a jam, but his lack of emotional discipline threatens to backfire on Pied Piper. Gavin tries to make a deal with a stubborn partner while abroad. Dinesh relishes a rare win. Jared bonds with a surprising figure.
ComedySeason Two Premiere. The Guy has a busier-than-usual day as New Yorkers react to some world-changing news. The morning after a hookup, carefree hotel guests spend an indulgent day unaware of what's going on outside their door. With the world around him in disarray, a client's roommate struggles to maintain his commitment to losing weight.
ComedyEesha, a young girl living with her aunt and uncle in Brooklyn, struggles to be a 'normal college student' despite her family's stringent religious values. The Guy delivers to Leo and Gigi, a seemingly boring couple throwing an intimate gathering for Leo's birthday - an event marked by accusations, recriminations, and a troubling revelation.
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
ComedyIn the eleventh season premiere, Amy gives Sheldon an answer to his proposal, while Howard and Bernadette struggle with some unexpected news. LAURIE METCALF returns as Sheldon’s mother, Mary; RIKI LINDHOME returns as Ramona; and STEPHEN HAWKING returns as Himself.
ComedyCarrie is challenged by Aleksandr's preference for strong coffee--and for facing other bitter realities. Meanwhile, Charlotte runs to escape the pain of childlessness and bumps into a tiny bundle of joy; Miranda places a bid on more room for Brady's needs, at the expense of her own desires; and Samantha boldly embraces a new hairstyle.
ComedyWhile Gavin Belson begins to hype Nucleus, a competing compression platform, Richard learns that the name Pied Piper is already registered to a sprinkler company, forcing him to negotiate. Meanwhile, Erlich goes on a vision quest to think up a new company name, and Peter Gregory proves elusive when asked for money by one of his companies.
ComedyClaire is determined to make up for her less-than-joyful mood at Jay and Gloria’s wedding by throwing their tenth-anniversary party. As part of the festivities, Phil is going to perform a magic trick featuring Gloria appearing out of thin air in her wedding dress; that is if Gloria can still get into it!
ComedyWhen the warden (guest star Toby Huss) asks Jake to investigate Romero’s (guest star Lou Diamond Phillips) drug smuggling operation, Jake and Caleb (guest star Tim Meadows) find themselves caught between the loyalty Jake has sworn to both of them. Meanwhile, Amy is offered a deal by a local mobster who claims he can prove that Hawkins (guest star Gina Gershon) is guilty, but Holt and the rest of the gang think they have a safer plan.
ComedyAfter leaving his real estate firm to strike out on his own, Phil decides a solo camping trip in the wild will be just what he needs to boost his confidence. Meanwhile, Mitchell’s plan to teach Cam a lesson in gullibility and Lily a lesson in responsibility backfires.
ComedyPanicked by suddenly leading a much larger team, Richard finds himself managing a number of small conflicts in his efforts to unite his new employees. Dinesh celebrates a new purchase that Gilfoyle looks to spoil. Jian-Yang goes to court. Gavin is met with pushback over his signature and what it says about him.
ComedyJake and Charles realize that they’ve been suckered into the cult-like NutriBoom pyramid scheme, and must find a way to sever their contracts while Amy confronts the challenges of a new position.
ComedyAttempting to woo a gaming company to PiperNet, Richard inadvertently angers one of his prized allies. Dinesh deals with a betrayal. In preparation for a big launch, Gavin leaves his underlings with a cryptic message. Jared gets inside information from Big Head.
ComedyTo track down the infamous arms dealer Dan "Daniel" Valdano (guest star David Figlioli), Jake and Terry go undercover at an illegal gambling club, but when Holt gets involved to coach the two in the art of poker, his addiction resurfaces. Meanwhile, Boyle buys a food truck that was formerly used in a brutal string of murders without telling his investor, Amy, and Hitchcock and Scully challenge Rosa to a "Butt-lympics."
ComedyTransplanted New Zealanders Bret and Jemaine--a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords--search for romance and gigs in New York City. At a bohemian party, Jemaine falls for Sally (who used to date Bret), but Bret spoils the moment back at their apartment. Meanwhile, their manager Murray shares his two-pronged plan for the band that includes making a music video, and Bret deals with the advances of Mel--the band's lone obsessed fan.
ComedyOvershadowed by Jared in an on-camera interview, Richard's confidence wavers further when Laurie and Monica force him to work with a new artificial-intelligence company, Eklow. Gilfoyle worries about the prospect of introducing AI into Pied Piper. Dinesh makes Jared self-conscious ahead of a second interview. Gavin questions his future beyond Hooli.
ComedyJake surprises Amy with an investigation into a string of arsons connected to her favorite crossword puzzle author, Vin Stermley (guest star David Fumero). Meanwhile, Gina helps Holt jazz up his Commissioner candidate speech, and Terry, Rosa, Hitchcock and Scully argue over who is most deserving of the new detective car.
ComedyA brilliant, but reclusive scientist, Doctor Wolcott (guest star PETER MacNICOL) invites Sheldon to his cabin in the middle of nowhere, and Leonard, Howard and Raj go along for the trip. Penny and Bernadette improvise when Amy doesn’t like the tame bachelorette party they planned for her.
ComedySheldon goes to Vegas and does everything he can to win three hundred million dollars for science. Meanwhile, Penny and Bernadette take Amy shopping for wedding dresses, but her terrible choice entangles them in a web of lies.
ComedyRosa begs Jake to help her break some big news to her parents, but her plan is thrown off when they wrongly assume the two are dating. Then, when Seamus Murphy (guest star Paul Adelstein) returns to redeem the favor Holt owes him, the precinct searches for a loophole that will allow Holt to uphold his end of the bargain without breaking the law. Part 1 of 2.
ComedyRichard butts heads with Dinesh, whose new position goes to his head. Later, Richard discovers some interesting data about PiperChat's users. Erlich makes a play to be involved in Jian-Yang's new app; Jared sets some ground rules in his friendship with Richard; Gavin's paranoia over Jack's enthusiasm causes him to make a rash decision.
ComedyWhen Leonard learns Sheldon is the president of the Tenants Association, he decides to run against him; Bernadette encourages Howard and Raj to find the owner of a drone after they find it in the backyard.
ComedyRosa begs Jake to help her break some big news to her parents, but her plan is thrown off when they wrongly assume the two are dating. Then, when Seamus Murphy (guest star Paul Adelstein) returns to redeem the favor Holt owes him, the precinct searches for a loophole that will allow Holt to uphold his end of the bargain without breaking the law. Part 2 of 2.
ComedyA couple visiting their daughter in Bushwick embraces their urban surroundings while dealing with a less-than-ideal rental that comes with an unwelcome roommate. The Guy delivers to Brenna and Molly's all-female, politically-minded meetup, where things get dramatic fast.
ComedyAn industrious Brooklyn realtor endeavors to hustle her way to a new home. After winning an affordable-housing lottery, Candace and John face culture shock and start to notice a class divide when they move into their new apartment. The Guy considers his living situation.
ComedyWill's parents have just divorced and he has had to change schools and make a new set of friends. But his new mates are neither that cool nor that credible. - Puerile adult humour with strong language
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".
ComedyIt's the tail-end of the Christmas recess and peace and goodwill should reign in Westminster. But something goes terribly, terribly wrong on Newsnight and everything begins to unravel. Can Malcolm Tucker survive as the PM's enemies in Government and the Opposition bid for power?
ComedyIt's the start of term and Carli is organising a charity fashion show, and like every school fashion show it's only for the coolest and best looking kids. This means our four heroes aren't involved... - Strong language and adult humour
ComedySimon is chasing a fit girl in the year below, so to impress her, he goes to his first gig since his mum took him to see Take That at Wembley Arena. Will, Jay and Neil tag along and pretty much ruin Simon's chances, but thankfully the bouncers are nice enough. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyBatman and Robin suddenly appear from the dark night to prevent Councillor Murray from being mugged. It's actually Del and Rodney on their way to what they think is a fancy dress party, they eventually arrive to find it's now a black tie do. But their good deed from earlier doesn't go unrewarded. This special is the first part of the Christmas trilogy that sees the Trotter's dreams of becoming millionaires finally come true.
ComedyIn the pilot episode of this hit comedy series, New York City sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the perfect mate--and start having sex like men. Carrie meets Mr. Big, Miranda warms up to Skipper and Samantha has a one-night-stand with a man Charlotte wouldn't sleep with on the first date.
ComedySecretary to the Cabinet, Sir Arnold Robinson is retiring and Sir Humphrey is to take his place. Hacker celebrates by getting gloriously drunk and is lucky to escape the breathalyser - unlike the Deputy Prime Minister. With his successor out of the way, the Prime Minister too steps down and the hunt is on to find his replacement. The politicians favour a strong candidate, someone with style and charisma who will lead the party into a new term of office. The Civil Service favour someone less headstrong, more 'receptive to advice'...
ComedyBart puts his lucky red cap in the laundry, turning Homer’s white shirt pink. When he wears the pink shirt to work, Homer is sent to a mental institution where his roommate is a big fat white guy who believes himself to be Michael Jackson. Homer’s roommate and Bart collaborate on a song for Lisa’s Birthday – which she believes to be the best present she ever got.
ComedyAfter a celebratory party at the Hacker Hostel, Richard and Erlich learn that Peter Gregory won't pay up until they deliver a viable business plan--one that includes a slimmed-downed staff. A desperate Richard hires former Belson underling Jared, and they set about trying to trim the fat. While Gilfoyle and Dinesh prove themselves essential, Big Head's place in the company is less certain.
ComedyCarrie has an unexpected rendezvous in the exotic world of art. Meanwhile, Charlotte receives some surprising news; Miranda's and Steve's worlds collide at Brady's first birthday party; and Samantha goes to great lengths to preserve her youthful appearance 'down there.'
ComedySeason Three premiere. When Vince's plan to bring a 'premiere-worthy' date to the 'Aquaman' premiere fails, Eric bails him out with a Plan B. Turtle and Drama's attempt to get two extra tickets for a couple of 'video ho's' incites the ire of Vince's co-star. And, with money tight, Ari adjusts to his new digs.
ComedyGreg Davies, star of Channel 4's Man Down, The Inbetweeners and BBC Three's Cuckoo, also happens to be one of the best stand-ups in the UK.The Back of My Mum's Head is his riotously funny 2012/13 live show, so successful it sold out dates across the UK again and again. This smash-hit show was recorded live at The Salford Lowry. Experience the critically acclaimed comedian at his best, live on stage. Stung by his mother's suggestion that he is 'not normal' Greg puts everyone under the microscope in a petty quest to discover if anyone actually is. The analysis is far from scientific and the conclusions, at best, spurious. To
ComedyDespite some steamy public foreplay with Jack, Carrie discovers it's a lot colder between the sheets. Meanwhile, Samantha introduces the girls to a raw foods restaurant that features some hot 'takeout' (the waiter), Miranda compares Steve to her new love (TiVo), and Charlotte considers converting to Judaism.
ComedyVince's steamy post-premiere plans for 'Aquaman' leave Drama hot and bothered. A series of L.A. blackouts threatens to undermine the chances of 'Aquaman' eclipsing 'Spider-Man' in its opening-weekend numbers. Stuck in the Valley, the guys help two geeks get into a high-school party, and Ari negotiates his responsibilities to Mrs. Ari on 'game day.'
ComedyLeonard angers the university – and the entire physics community – after he gives an embarrassing interview. Also, Amy and Bernadette bond over having to hide their success from Sheldon and Howard. NPR Host IRA FLATOW returns as himself, and REGINA KING returns as Mrs. Davis.
ComedyWhen Carrie's Manolos are stolen from a friend's party, it seems her single lifestyle also robs her of the right to complain. Charlotte deals with the loss of a garment (or two) as Harry makes himself comfortable at home; Miranda spots potential in her new neighbor, Robert; and Samantha loses a battle for restaurant rights...to a child.
ComedyFacing a scheduling conflict, Vince, Eric and Ari must figure out how to keep the sequel to 'Aquaman' afloat without upsetting the intense, Oscar(R)-winning director of 'Medellin.' When Saigon's song finally blows up on the radio, Turtle requests a sit-down with Ari to discuss his client's options. Feeling left behind by Turtle's recent success, Drama vies for time with Ari, too. On the home front, Ari enlists his housekeeper to keep tabs on his daughter.
ComedyIn the Season Three finale, Samantha and Carrie battle their respective noisy neighbors: loud transsexuals and crowing roosters. Miranda is convinced the Chinese take-out lady is laughing at her for ordering food alone every night, while Charlotte vows to stop obsessing over Trey once and for all.
ComedyAs Sheldon stresses out about picking a wedding date, Amy tries to convince him that he has a more laid-back side by recording him talking in his sleep. Meanwhile Raj and Stuart (series regular KEVIN SUSSMAN) compete to win the heart of Bernadette’s new coworker, Ruchi (guest star SWATI KAPILA).
ComedyVince receives courting lessons from Terrance and a valuable gift from Ari, Shauna flips over a press leak, and Eric gets attention--and ammo--from Terrance's daughter Sloan. Meanwhile, Drama grows overexcited about a co-star, and Turtle plays ambassador for Vince.
ComedyWhen Luke goes missing after a night out in a sketchy neighborhood, Manny, Phil and Gloria team up to track him down. Meanwhile, Haley is desperate to land an interview with the creator of a popular lifestyle website and interrupts Alex during one of her college classes. Alex’s professor, Arvin Fennerman (Chris Geere), then proceeds to try and give Haley a piece of his mind.
ComedyWhen Vince and his co-star act out of character, Ari and Eric must face a team of angry handlers--and each other. Meanwhile, Drama and Turtle make a musical discovery while retrieving a stolen car.
ComedyWhen Claire lands a big opportunity for Pritchett’s Closets, Jay expects a little validation for his contribution; and Pam’s ex-boyfriend Bo (James Van Der Beek) shows up and Mitchell sees this as the perfect opportunity to get Pam out of the house. Meanwhile, Luke and Alex stumble upon a successful online business that finally gets them on their feet.
ComedyPhil is all in on project hatch-the-duck-eggs, even building a whole habitat for them — no one else is as enthused about this project and Lily is the only one suckered into helping him. Claire, meanwhile, is nervous about pitching her new closet ideas to Jay and his creative team, and for good reason it seems. And, Gloria and Manny help each other out with their respective “crushes,” while Cameron develops an unhealthy attachment to the frat guys renting their upstairs unit.
ComedyNow that he’s officially back at the precinct and desperate to solve a real case, Jake finds a loophole to get out of his temporarily designated desk duty. Unfortunately, that loophole rests on his ability to pass an official evaluation performed by Holt. While Charles provides Jake with moral support, Terry and Amy help Rosa, who believes Pimento may be cheating on her.
ComedyWe pick up with Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing), Jack (Sean Hayes), and Karen (Megan Mullally) 11 years since we last saw them. Will and Grace both falter when their political beliefs are put to the test. Jack and Karen help Will and Grace hide their secret shame from each other, but the truth finally comes out.