Holmes and Watson find themselves digging through the dark world of the mob to find a killer when they discover the body of a former assassin. Meanwhile, Watson helps a close friend track down a mystery man who swept her off her feet. (TV-14 L, V)
Thursday was one of the worst days of the year for the stock market. All three major indexes were down, including a 317-point drop for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Nearly 90 percent of stocks on the New York Stock Exchange fell, though there was no single catalyst; and, for most people, it’s a little early to be fussing over Christmas trees, unless you’re competing for the right to supply the tree that will grace the Blue Room of the White House. Chris Botek of Crystal Spring Tree Farm in Leighton, Pennsylvania, won that honor.
Jill tries to be the voice of reason with Billy. Avery agrees to help Victoria and Kevin ends up in hot water with Detective Harding. (TV-14 D)
When Penny's big acting break on NCIS is a bust, Leonard struggles to help her, which results in Penny asking Leonard a bold relationship question. Meanwhile, Sheldon tries to learn how to be funny and Raj tries to work on his "game" before talking to girls. (TV-PG D, L)
Worried that his mother has made him feel like he's better than other people, Nathan befriends a hopeless co-worker, Doug, who turns out to be a social outcast and more than Nathan knows how to handle. Meanwhile, Tom and Adam argue about who's smarter and take an online test to find out. Andy Richter and Roseanne Barr guest star. (TV-PG D, L)
Jim Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Kampgrounds of America Inc., the world's largest system of family friendly franchised and company-owned campgrounds, with 486 locations throughout North America, faces his fears when he must zipline while undercover at a KOA site. The active Eagle Scout witnesses a staff member confronted with a difficult guest and later learns to operate a tractor to dig up an infested tree. (TV-PG L)
Will Jocasta or Amber be evicted from The Big Brother House? Also, two new HoH's will be crowned! (TV-PG L)
Craig welcomes actor Dana Carvey and actress Brit Marling. (TV-14 D, L)
Deacon interfiere con el intento de Bill por reconciliarse con Brooke. (TV-14 D)
Today's special guest is Eric McCormack! (TV-PG)
Deacon becomes a major deterrent in Bill's attempted reconciliation with Brooke. (TV-14 D)
Dave welcomes actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, comedian Michael Somerville and musical guest David Gray. (TV-PG)
Are Wayne and this trader separated at birth?
Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki shares why she prefers certain types of tennis court surfaces to others.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 72-hour humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza. But questions linger about the mental wounds that will emerge after the bombs stop falling. The Palestinians estimate that more than 40 percent of their population is under 15 years old, making them prime targets for Hamas recruitment. Barry Petersen reports.
Consumer Reports published an investigation into over-the-counter painkillers. Deputy content editor Lisa Gill joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the results.
Watch the full interview with producers Mick Jagger and Brian Grazer about their new movie this Friday on "CBS This Morning."
"Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus talks about the 25th anniversary of the TV classic, "Seinfeld."
Julia Louis-Dreyfus talks about the unflattering wig she wears on VEEP.
2,500 musicians and stage crew members could be jobless if the five-month pay dispute is not resolved by midnight. Jamie Wax reports.
Jeremy Fowler discusses the lengths college football players go to to get healthy and back on the field.
The Olympics silver medalist and 2014 Boston Marathon winner announced Thursday on "CBS This Morning" that he would be running the New York City Marathon with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki as the New York Road Runners Team for Kids ambassadors.
Brody Jenner's got his sister's back.
Erring on the side of caution, Team America lets down their country and declines their latest mission!
Park staff are on the lookout for an elusive person called “the moleman” whose digging has made tens of thousands of dollars in damage to parkland in Seattle. KIRO’s David Ham reports.
A study in the journal "Addiction" found that the benefits of e-cigarettes outweigh their potential health risks. Plus, new research on dementia suggests depression may be a factor. Marlie Hall reports on the day's top health news.
MLB Insider Jon Heyman breaks down a very active trade deadline that included 12 trades and shifted the landscape.
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