Kirara has been weakened by Naraku's poison. Inuyasha and Kagome go looking for an antidotal herb. Jinenji, a demon who is protecting an herb field, is actually a half demon and is picked on by the villagers because of his weakness.
It’s a no-holds-barred discussion with Akon. The music mogul reflects on his friendship with Michael Jackson, his work to bring electricity to Africa, and why he thinks monogamy is misguided. Plus -- how Akon made Lady Gaga a superstar.
Inuyasha visits Totosai's workplace by himself. The Tetsusaiga was broken by Goshinki, and Inuyasha's own fang was used to repair it. Inuyasha's fang isn't compatible with that of his great demon father, so the Tetsusaiga has become heavier.
Totosai repairs the Tetsusaiga using one of Inuyasha's fangs. Meanwhile, Sessomaru takes the fangs of the deceased Goshinki to swordsmith Kaijinbo. He brings the fangs back to life with the Tenseiga.
Carry, the carrier car, drops Bong Bong, the baby van, by mistake. Suddenly left all alone, Bong Bong luckily runs into Tayo. They have fun together while Tayo teaches Bong Bong about the traffic rules.
The King asks Solnan why she never told him that she was the real princess. The King and Solnan goes on a trip to Kalim to talk about Chaehwa.
Upon finding a bus stop covered in graffiti one day, Rookie and Pat decide to investigate. But conflict arises as Rookie wants to use cutting-edge technology while Pat insists they patrol on foot. Caught up in their argument, they lose the culprit.
Amber struggles to cope with her feelings for her ex-boyfriend, Brandon, especially now he’s going to be a Daddy. Viva is asked to manage an anti-bullying presentation at school – and to look after bullying victim, Ruby. Saz and Ruby do not get on.
Saz is determined to lose her virginity and sets about finding the ideal boy and the ideal location with the help of all her friends. It becomes apparent that not everyone has been telling the truth about their sex life.
Pororo and friends, and Tu-tu are gathered at the playground reading a picture book called ‘Super Car’. ‘Super Car’ is about how a Super Fox and Super Car defeat a dragon monster that wants to steal a magical jewel.
Viva invites her friends to help her babysit, but then struggles to keep control of the situation. Saz is very upset about some bitchy girls, Amber is very jealous of her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend and Holli is worried there won’t be enough to drink.
After hearing some upsetting news from her Dad, Viva decides to leave home and live with her friends. Meanwhile Amber is finding it very hard to dump her boyfriend, despite plenty of varied advice from Viva, Saz and Holli.
Pororo and his friends are having a sled race when a new friend appears. It’s the talking car, Tu-tu!
Holli throws down a rash challenge to the boys’ football team. Viva feels torn over her feelings for “bad boy” Rocky. Amber has found a lunchtime pizza club – with a twist. Saz boasts about a new boyfriend, who may or may not actually exist.
Amber’s new boyfriend, Ryan, seems to have a mysterious secret, which the girls are determined to discover. Holli’s attempt to give her little brother a wonderful birthday present goes horribly wrong.
Naomi Campbell, please don't throw your phone at us, but your disco diva look this week is definitely not working! Another style icon with a major snafu this week was Sarah Jessica Parker, who looked like a mix of 80s fab and farm girl.
You Won't makes their TV debut with a performance of the song "Television" on Last Call.
Gloria Estefan and Mario master the art of this Guava and Queso stuffed flaky pastry.
Abed introduces his new girlfriend, Rachel, to the gang.
La Luz is a Seattle-based quartet who are modernizing old school surf rock. Check them out in the Last Call Snapshot.
Check out British comic and actress Andi Osho in this Comedy Spotlight.
Shailene Woodley gets advise from Jennifer Lawrence for her new film, "Divergent."
Last Call hangs with the VP of Design for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, Jacob Escobedo.
Archer, Ray, and Cyril raft down a crocodile-filled river while Lana and Pam plan a spa day for Malory.
This short film captures a young girl'??s love for her brother, who has cerebral palsy.
Pollster Frank Luntz quizzes Sherri and Jenny on movie trivia.
"Spoiled" cheerleader who sued her parents returns home.
Johan Heldenbergh and Veerle Baetens stop by Last Call to talk about their Oscar-nominated film, The Broken Circle Breakdown.
Go inside the writers' room to learn how the creators of Bates Motel craft each moment, what they're most looking forward to in the upcoming season, and more.
Last Call sets up at the Troubadour for a performance of "Trampoline" by You Won't.
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