Jimmy plays host to Glenn Close, Justin Long and Kurt Braunohler.
Series judges Ve Neill, Neville Page, and Glenn Hetrick compete against each other for charity with the help of a few Face Off all-stars.
The head pharmacist for the New England Compounding Center stands charged with one count of mail fraud for labeling steroids as sterile and safe for human use, when he knew they weren't. FDA investigators say Glenn Chin "instructed pharmacy technicians to mislabel medication to indicate it was properly sterilized and tested" ; and, Joan Rivers always wanted the last word, sometimes profane, often offensive, but always meant to make you laugh. She passed Thursday at the age of 81, after half a century in front of the cameras.
In a Face Off first, Ve Neill, Neville Page and Glenn Hetrick each lead their own team to create the most imaginative, larger-than-life creatures in a surreal wonderland.
From PBS - As Glenn Miller's musical career soared, he traded in commercial success for a military uniform to entertain US troops during World War II. Then, on December 15, 1944, he took off from England heading for France. His plane vanished over the English Channel, and Miller was never seen again. Can the History Detectives find out what happened to this beloved bandleader once and for all?
Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the man suspected of helping to carry out the deadly attack on the U.S. Mission in Benghazi, made his first appearance in federal court and entered a not guilty plea. Khatallah appeared frequently in public since the September 2012 attack and dared authorities to come after him; and, after 34 years, and more than 6,000 performances, the longest serving concertmaster in the 172-year-history of the New York Philharmonic, Glenn Dicterow, is taking his final bow with the orchestra.
Guests: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Mike Shinoda, Glenn Greenwald, Paul Rieckhoff, Kristen Soltis Anderson.
Dylan Byers of Politico on the replacement of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson. Glenn Greenwald discusses his book about NSA surveillance programs: “No place to Hide.” Christopher Buckley on his latest book "But Enough About You."
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