There are numerous historical, religious and mythic accounts of ancient civilizations being wiped out by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, and meteors. Did god, or nature bring about such disasters?
Lee dreams of a perfect life with Lucy, but can the reality ever match up?
Ruth, an Australian friend of Kate's, comes to stay and Lee is persuaded to pretend to be Tim. But how long can they keep up the charade? Meanwhile Lee gets a job handing out leaflets at a shopping centre, but soon falls foul of a local youth
Lee finally manages to get a job. Taking up the new post involves moving out of the flat. Kate interviews flatmates & Tim sees an opportunity to get back with Kate. Lee’s boss proves to be a taskmaster. Will Lee stick at the job or move back in with Kate?
In an effort to appear as intellectual as Lucy’s friends, Lee shows off his ‘knowledge’ of the art world, holding forth on the subject of an unknown artist who his cleaner Barbara has told him is the next big thing.
When Kate moves back to America Tim decides to sell the flat. Lee announces he’ll buy it. He sets to work putting off other buyers including Tim’s sister Lucy.
Lucy finds herself working on a Government initiative encouraging men to regularly check themselves for lumps. Eager to please Lucy, Lee follows the campaign’s advice and discovers something he wasn’t expecting.
Lucy is stressed. She has an important speech to make at a conference and nobody to help her write it. Lee sees an opportunity to impress her and offers his services but at the expense of Tim, who also thinks he’s the best man for the job.
Dr. Sanchez falls in love with a patient infected with cosmic broccoli, but when it threatens to spread Dr. Rick Dagless M.D. is forced to intervene. Can he save his buddy and the world? (Yes, he can)
When Lucy accidentally runs over a pet rabbit belonging to the daughter of an important client, she needs Lee and Daisy to help cover her tracks.
After Joe's flight is cancelled, he ends up spending Christmas with Ryder and Lennox's mother Meredith, who destroyed his career.
The past is stirring in the halls of Darkplace and for Dr. Rick Dagless M.D., that means Trouble. With a capital T (the rest of the letters lowercase). Something long dead has been reborn on ‘B’ Wing.
After a night out clubbing, Tim returns to the flat wearing the wrong coat and convinces Lee to help him return it to its owner
After Lucy suffers a mild indiscretion whilst drunk and claims to have no memory of the event, she and Lee embark on an experiment with a bottle of home-made potato hooch to prove once and for all that you can remember what happens when you’re mashed.
Over-excited by the appearance of a lesbian couple in their building, Lee and Tim ask them over for dinner, little realizing that their adolescent attempt to get their jollies will backfire when Lucy discovers a side to herself that she never knew existed
Kathleen Madigan, Kevin Eubanks, and Steve Byrne judge audience talents.
Ken Jeong on doing six seasons of "Community" and a movie.
Mac Miller performs "The Star Room"
Mac Miller performs "S.D.S."
Tyler Perry on working with Larry "The Cable Guy."
Eight teams tackle chart-topping hits on tonight's Sing-Off.
Catch an exclusive sneak peek of Haunted Highway!
Two doctors with very different opinions weigh-in on whether health care is a citizen's right.
Watch video highlights from Wednesday's monologue.
Part 2 of Jimmy's interview with Bradley Whitford.
Mac Miller performs "The Question"
Jack assembles a dog rig and not a second too soon as a witness's dog barks at movement!
Mac Miller performs "Watching Movies"
Check out this exclusive bonus scene from Killer Contact!