Featuring the extended,unedited interview! - Actor George Takei visits the show to talk about the documentary "To Be Takei."
A North Carolina couple is brutally attacked and the only clue is a map that leads to a fantasy world of Dungeons and Dragons. Then four Oregon women disappear without trace, until police track down a killer with a fetish for high heel shoes.
What can explain the grisly deaths of nine students who went missing in Siberia? New investigation of declassified Soviet files reveals evidence of their horrifying ordeal, and scientists examine clues that may prove the existence of a yeti.
Beneath Jupiter's swirling clouds lie our solar system's deepest secrets: from its violent youth, through the birth of life, to the death of the sun. Now, scientists are unlocking these secrets and discovering that every living thing exists thanks to Jupiter.
When Brian and Brian opened Oh' Brian's On the Green in Clark, NJ, they thought it would be a hole-in-one. But their manager's perfecting a disappearing act and the staff's left to fend for themselves while customers grow unhappy.
Mary Mazzio and Oscar Vazquez sit down with Stephen to discuss the documentary "Underwater Dreams."
Director Richard Linklater discusses his movie "Boyhood."
Engaged and taking on a host of major challenges, Aven and Phillip are ready to put down roots after recently relocating to his hometown.
JD rescues a bathroom by eliminating a mold problem, patching a leak, and reconfiguring the layout.
Stephen talks to Julia Ioffe, a Russian journalist for The New Republic.
An aspiring artist and spiritual seeker, Elli Perkins, joins her local Church of Scientology and believes she's finally found the path to happiness. Little does she know, her ultimate devotion will forever change the course of her life.
We float along the river of time. But does that river have a source? Some believe time and space are one thing, and the Big Bang started the cosmic clock. But what if time itself is an illusion? Incredible new experiments may hold the answer.
G. Garvin heads to the Windy City and stops at Grandma J's Kitchen, where it's all about comfort food. Then, he's off to Honey Butter Fried Chicken and the Purple Pig.
It's a black Christmas for Steve and his wife Nicole. An electrician named Bill was supposed to fix their lights, but he appears to be sleeping on the job. Steve hires Wolfe to see if Bill is doing the work, but Wolfe uncovers an unexpected surprise.
Roger cruises through central California, home to many vineyards, but Paso de Record Vineyard in San Miguel has piqued Roger's interest. The vineyard hosts wine release parties and serves barbecue prepared in a deep pit.
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