Will meets a guy en route to Corfu who he thinks is gay, but turns out to be on his stag night.
Tamra and Paul fell in love as teenagers, drifted apart, and years later were lucky enough to find each other again. They're looking to buy a move-in ready ranch home in the affluent city of Boca Raton with room for son Ty.
Josh’s relationship with Ray comes to a head; Aidan finds a vampire in the hospital; Sally discovers the horrifying truth about her death.
The drag queens do impressions of each other's newscast performances. Backstage chat turns into a heated fight as the queens debate one of the more controversial performances.
An old bedroom gets a new look complete with custom book storage.
As Kim prepares to turn 30, she can't help but reflect on her plans to have been married with kids by this age. To help Kim celebrate this birthday milestone, her mom organizes a party in Las Vegas for the family and all of Kim's diehard fans--but there's one person Kris doesn't think should come along. After Scott's outlandish behavior at Kim's party last year, Kris threatens not to show up if Scott decides to attend. Disregarding their mom's wishes, Kim and Kourtney fly to Vegas with Scott, but once they land in Sin City, his actions shock everyone. Plus, Kourtney proves to Kim that life doesn't end when you turn 30.
Andrew travels to Namibia, a land of true beauty and truly bizarre foods.
Host Heidi Klum gets ousted by a little girl for dying her hair, takes a midnight ride with Paul Revere and gets hypnotized by a 7-year-old boy.
Actress and Mad Men star January Jones talks about her new film "Unknown" on The Daily Show.
In Louisville, Det. Kristen Downs is at a dead end in her search for the killer of a wheelchair bound man, until she discovers the victim's sons might be the key to the case. And in Charlotte, Det. Todd Burkard and his team find a man stabbed to death in his car. The case kicks into high gear when the team gets a tip that a white car was spotted fleeing the crime scene, driven by a man covered in blood.
Two top NYC brokers take advantage of a summer lull.
Australian mountaineer Lincoln Hall attempted to climb Everest in 1984 but didn't reach the summit. Now he has a second chance. Lincoln fulfils his lifelong dream, but on the descent is struck by a altitude sickness known as a cerebral oedema.
Host William Shatner and Kevin Pollak sit down for a one-on-one conversation. Shatner talks to Pollak about his passion for poker playing, what he likes about comedy and how he got his big break in film. Pollak also speaks about hosting game shows, the new love in his life, and the most devastating moment in his career.
Nine-time Emmy and Grammy Award-winning, director and producer Carl Reiner sits down with host William Shatner for a personal conversation. Shatner talks to Reiner about his father who was an inventor, his career in the early years, and the loss of his wife, Estelle. Reiner tells Shatner about his close friendship with Mel Brooks, his fear of forgetting lines in acting roles, and his thoughts on life after death.
When a Korean War veteran turned master ninja living in Japan learns of a daughter back in America, he makes it his personal vow to find her despite the consequences of breaking the ninja code he swore to uphold many years ago. Get your tuning forks and pitch pipes ready! It’s time to warm up the ol’ vocal chords for an awful-ly hysterical rendition of Master Ninja’s very own theme song! Sing (and laugh) along with Joel and the Satellite of Love gang as they riff on not one, but two episodes of the series The Master starring Lee Van Cleef and Timothy Van Patten and featuring a young Demi Moore — a combination so deadly, it’ll kill you with laughter!
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