The leader of another universe subjects members of the Legion and the Superfriends to contests to determine which group he will eliminate forever.
This week, Joel McHale and the crew break open their secret clip stash of fresh footage from their favorite shows. Dig into the exciting lives of preschoolers on "Playdates," "Maury" deals with marital woes, "The Real Housewives of Miami" take a road trip, and a man exposes his big problem on "Strange Sex." Finally, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Toddlers and Tiaras," "RuPaul's Drag Race," "Sex Robot," "Las Vegas Jailhouse," "Celebrity Apprentice" and more.
Business is booming for Jeff and his crew at Jeff Lewis Designs. They've moved out of Valley Oak and the whole team -- Jenni, Zoila, Sarah, Trace, and Jett -- are now working out of Jeff's new rental property. However, they have a new addition to the team, Gage, Jeff's head of Business Affairs and boyfriend. Gage's first order of business is to schedule a trip to San Francisco where Jeff will be the keynote speaker for Design Week. This is a big opportunity for Jeff and he is putting a lot of pressure on Sarah and Trace to hold down the fort while he's away. Gage and Jenni travel with Jeff to make sure things run smoothly, but with this crew -- you know something is bound to go wrong.
"Who Inked The Bed?" - Octo's scary dreams has him staining his bedsheets in the shape of his pals - that is, everyone BUT Howie, who really wants one of Octo's "mess"-terpieces. / "Kikmee" - Howie challenges Bunny that she can't get through a day without losing her temper - the loser has to suit up as the hotel's mascot, Kikmee.
Ten years ago, a Pentecostal pastor from San Francisco was praying on a mountain top when he received a vision from God to spread the Gospel through filmmaking. Using donations from his congregation, he slowly transformed his church into a fully functioning movie studio, and the production company Christian WYSIWYG Filmworks was born. After experimenting on a number of small projects, Pastor Richard Gazowsky announced that he and his WYSIWYG crew were going to make a film entitled, Gravity: The Shadow Of Joseph, a biblical science fiction movie that would redefine the Hollywood epic.
Executive Chef Ryan Poli, Private Chef Jennifer De Palma, and Executive Chef Fabio Capparelli set out to create the most delicious dinner party, with a healthy spin. To take home the $20,000, Rocco's chefs must cook their version of recipes from Rocco's guilt free bestseller, Now Eat This! Diet, yet with all the flavor of the typical higher calorie fare. Guests include Editor in chief of Fitness magazine Betty Wong, Olympic trainer and author Joe Downdell, Oscar nominated actor Chazz Palmintieri, comedian Jeffrey Ross, event producer Jung Lee and Sports Illustrated model Damaris Lewis.
Jen unknowingly makes a date with one of Gillian's exes to shove her growing feelings for Gillian under the rug.
The teams face camels and a sandstorm while racing through a river canyon; Lindsey has a close call; Mackenzie breaks down.
Maureen is obsessed with her make up, wearing 24/7 and disregards the damaging effects it's having on her skin. Meanwhile, Barbara is facinated with the "other side", perferring the company of those who have passed on.
Danish journalist Rikke Lyngvig is taken hostage in Afghanistan by a terror group that threatens to kill her if Denmark does not withdraw their troops from the country. However with help from the young Afghan Nazir, Rikke successfully flees and saves her life. She returns to a nation in chaos and is rapidly declared the Danish Jessica Lynch and from there her career is launched into the spotlight. In the meantime Nazir flees from Afghanistan and further up through Europe and ends up in Denmark. When Rikke meets Nazir she is torn. Is she willing to help the man that saved her life, even though he held her captive and threatened to kill her? Is she willing to jeopardize her new-found career by accommodating an applicant for asylum who is wanted by the police? Everything is turned upside down for Rikke and Nazir and their tumultuous encounter turns into an ill-fated confrontation with their own demons as well as a nation characterized by the hunger of sensations and a superficial political populism.
BIG BROTHER welcomes eight new Houseguests, plus the return of some of the most notorious "duos" from past seasons.
"Candid Camaraderie" - Poodle tries to humiliate the staff at the Banana Cabana by posting embarrassing videos of them online - but her plan backfires when Octo becomes an internet sensation. / "Champion Gurgitator" - Octo's the only one unable to set a record in Cap'n Fizzy's Big Book of Unnecessary Accomplishments. Howie tries to help his pal accomplish something... anything... to get himself in the book.
Andrew heads up north for a taste of the joie de vivre in Montreal.
Brady finally musters the courage to ask Mikayla out and places a note in her bedroom.
This week, Kevin Pereira talks to "X-Play" host Adam Sessler about his thoughts on the new Supreme Court ruling against the ban of violent videogame sales to minors. "Weird Al" Yankovic returns to "Attack of the Show" to chat about his brand new album "Alpocalypse." Chris Gore heads to Russia in an effort to prove that all you need to know about the former Soviet Union you can learn from the movies. Then, check out three cool designers who specialize in geek-chic wardrobe perfect for this year's Comic-Con! Plus, see the week's best viral videos featuring a drunk locked in a bathroom, a seagull camera snatch, a planking fail and the Bollywood version of the Nyan cat.