Stephen Colbert rocks out with Radiohead in his first-ever supersized episode. Radiohead performs tracks from their recent release "King of Limbs."
Terrell accepts an invitation to be a groomsmen at his cousin Tony’s wedding in Alabama. There, he takes the opportunity to tell his family about his recent surgery and impending financial changes that could impact everyone.
In South Korea, Catfish and Rooftop take part in the Boryeong Mud Festival, try to survive eating live octopus and go to a growth clinic to see if Catfish can gain a few inches.
This trip Guy's heading out for some global flavor.
The road to becoming parents has been a long one for The Little Couple. Finally, they meet Cindy and James, the couple that may be their surrogate family.
With five outs remaining in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, a foul ball descended from the cold Chicago sky, seemingly destined for the glove of Cubs left fielder Moises Alou. But a flurry of hands reached up and one hand, belonging to Cubs fan Steve Bartman, fatefully tipped the ball away from a frustrated Alou. Most long-suffering Cubs fans, including a chorus of hostile ones in Wrigley Field, quickly became convinced that Bartman had swatted away Chicago’s chance of advancing to the World Series for the first time 58 years. The mild-mannered Bartman released a sincere public apology, but his fate was already sealed by the Cubs fans’ need for a scapegoat to explain a near-century of losing. Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney relates the scapegoat compulsion to his own frustration as a Red Sox fan when Bill Buckner was similarly singled out for letting a fateful ground ball go through his legs in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series.
Jay Mohr and the guys are back with special guest Mark McGrath, as they break down all of the stuff guys really talk about. Topics include Most Ridiculous Hollywood Urban Legend, Hottest Cartoon Character, Most Useless Duo Partner and more!
Boston medic Dr. Duncan Macdougall sets out to scientifically prove the existence of the human soul, by weighing a man at the moment of death. If the patient loses weight, Macdougall believes he will have recorded the departure of the man's soul.
Hackett finds himself at an abandoned RV camp in the middle of the woods. The camper lacks indoor plumbing, so he sets out to build a bathroom & shower from the discarded items onsite. But he runs into an unexpected challenge heating water for his shower.
When etiquette columnist Andrew Carlson is told he must adapt to the new, sexier style of his magazine, he hires his old high school bully Bert Lansing to help him become a modern man.
Cooper, Sam, Amelia and Charlotte try to save Pete's life after his heart attack; Addison's desire to have a child leads to a surprising encounter; Sheldon hopes to help Amelia with her alcohol addiction.
Leonard attends a co-worker's wedding as Amy's date. Meanwhile, Howard tries to convince Bernadette to live with his mom after they get married by suggesting a trial run with the two of them staying with his mom over the weekend.
Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny are caught up in the latest fad from Japan: Chinpoko Mon!
Christian has continually asked for “one more match” and WWE COO Triple H has granted his wish, giving Christian one more match with Randy Orton, and the Viper looks to make an example of Christian just days before Orton’s match with World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry at WWE Hell in a Cell.
The Rays erased a seven-run deficit to the Yankees before taking an 8-7 walk-off win in the 12th to claim the American League Wild Card on Wednesday night.