Lionel shows off his fly ass sweat suit; Tyler gets nasty with an old lady.
Jet and Spike must track down a dealer of 'Red Eyes,' a dangerous, addictive drug that induces berserker rages in its users. Can even Jet's strength stand up to the power of the drug? And has Spike been swayed by the charms of a mother-to-be?
Cadets respond to Eren's terrifying transformation with doubt and fear as he struggles to understand it himself. If Armin cant talk the commander into using Erens newfound powers for the good of humankind, all hope of stopping the Titans might be lost.
Master Shake's crippling addiction to shellfish leads to a long-overdue intervention.
Rin is undergoing training so that he can learn to master his demonic flames. Just then, a giant bird-like demon called Gufu swoops in on him! With Yukio's help, he drives it away, but all of the Cram School members are sent to investigate how the demon infiltrated the academy... Suguro and the others are still investigating when Konekomaru appears, begging for help, with Rin in pursuit. According to Rin, Konekomaru's been possessed by a demon, but no one else can see it. Suguro, mistakenly beli
Jack helps free the Woolies from the tyrannical Chritchellites.
Dethklok has an end of the quarter employee evaluation to find out who's been embezzling from the company. The patronizing evaluation heads off with a pep talk and a corporate video that will have audiences and Dethfans alike vying for a spot on the Dethklok payroll.
The entire city of Nagasaki is evacuated and the JSDF moves in after a live nuclear bomb is found planted in the city, presumably by Dejima militants. Section 9 arrives to defuse the bomb and determine its precise origins.
The doctors teach Owen a hard lesson about hair choices; Glenn reveals the secret source of his surgical abilities.
Sheriff investigates the origins of fire, and its role in the burning of the squids' house.
The Robot Chicken crew takes a peek at what it's like working in the Hall of Doom, the grief Batman goes through whenever he has to ride in one of Green Lantern's power ring bubbles, the origin of Starro, and what happens when the DC villains end up on the same beach as the DC heroes at spring break!
After a big fight with QT and Meow, Dandy is lured to the distant planet of an extremely rare, ukulele-playing alien that wants to turn him into a statue and steal his smile forever!
Lil's disregard for birth control provides a lifelong friend for Early.
It may not be meth, but the explosive hair product the Freemans are selling is just as dangerous. And even more lethal may be the black market of the hair-care industry run by Boss Willona.
Smelling youthful and sexy comes at a heavy price.
Jesus and his followers are having a hard time getting their hands on some shit.
Lloyd makes himself at home.
Lloyd seizes the moment.
Would you put your life on the line to save humanity?
Jason learns that God frowns upon expensive footwear.
Papa Paul demonstrates the River Boy Pose.
Hamburglar, this is YOUR moment.
Toonami desires your input.
Streaming is icky, trust us.
Trust us: You don't want to know how eclairs are made.
Kids, put the Bop It down. Good. OK. Now, kick the Bop It over to us and keep your hands UP.
Better luck next time, sleep.
Tim discusses the future of Decker and the state of Hollywood sequels while guest Gregg Turkington gives us a cool 'behind-the-scenes' look at a classic cinema location.
Tim and Eric are coming to tuck you in.
Think - or do not think - about the end of your own life.
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