Chefs Nadia G., Brian Malarkey, Marcel Vigneron and Justin Warner face sabotages including a very high prep table, cooking in a popcorn machine and getting a hand stuck in a cookie jar in before one makes it to the Grand Finale.
Jon speaks with author Matt Bai about his book "All the Truth Is Out: The Week Politics Went Tabloid."
Andy, owner of 55 Degree Wine and Link-n-Hops in Los Angeles, believes discrepancies at both his wine shop and restaurant are somehow related. Charles Stiles sends in Mystery Diners Destiney and Rob to investigate.
An investigation into the puzzling history of the host's great, great, great, grandfather, Paraguayan emigrant Jean Bourdain, is a springboard to his first tour of this South American country, primarily comprised of jungle and desert land, which features a rich culture and savory local dishes that include Bife Koygua, Bori Bori, and Sopa Paraguaya.
Complete Bridal owner, Dave relishes his victory when he secures one of Shelley's designers but tempers flare when he confronts her about the past.The stores compete to find dresses for two very different brides; Egyptian bride Nora wants a dress with maximum coverage while sassy Erika wants a wedding gown she can rip off for a surprise first dance.
Shelley and Dave may rave about their pet dogs but it's a bride shopping for a dress with her monkeys that has everyone talking. At Shelley's, bride Lisa's high expectations come up hard against her low budget, while Frank wrangles a cougar.
Author Walter Isaacson discusses his book "The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution."
From PBS - Vivian and Ben head to the beach for their annual summer vacation with the Howard family. Vivian turns up the heat with a bit of friendly competition with her older sisters. Frogmore stew, cooked outside at the beach, of course. She visits a fish camp and learns the heads and tails of fresh shrimp. Back in Kinston, the devil is in the details as Vivian and Ben prepare to open their second restaurant, the Boiler Room, and controversy brews over the bun for the burgers.
Desecration: When an Amish farmer turns to gambling as a means to solving his financial problems, the results are terrifying. Electric Lies: An Amish family defies the church by using electricity in their home. They must face the evil spirits that come.
A four year old boy's terrifying discovery sends police on the hunt for a vicious killer.
Kodiak, Alaska. Henry, a part-time hunter and full-time biologist, and Laura, a feisty Air Force veteran, are locked together by a six-foot tether as they trek through the most concentrated brown bear terrain in the world in order to reach rescue.
On GPS Sunday, Fareed speaks to the former Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan about the war on ISIS, and gets the view from the ground. Then, is Obama tackling these challenges AND other crises like Ebola effectively? An all-star GPS panel weighs in. Also, the U.S. economy is looking up, but Americans still feel down. What in the world? And finally, who really invented the light bulb? Steven Johnson explains how innovation really happens and why Thomas Edison shouldn't get all the credit.
An elite homicide team re-investigates a controversial 2008 double-murder case, starting on a meticulously reconstructed crime scene, to see if they come to the same conclusion as the original investigators.
Nicole Curtis cleans up a swimming pool and converts some garage space into a changing room area. Tapping into the sewer line causes more mess than she bargained for while Nicole also finds some time to take some swimming lessons.
Miss G. is in Silicon Valley to check out how bonafide Nerdz satisfy their foodie cravings. First Up, Japanese-Style Bacon Pancakes at Bushido in Google's hometown of Mountain View. Then we're heading to Cupertino.
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