Mike's lack of sleep catches up to him when he lands an interview with Chris Christie and can't keep his eyes open.
Grau's film is a portrait of a family bound by a terrible secret hunger and driven by monstrous appetites. When a middle-aged man dies in the street, leaving his widow and three children destitute, the devastated family is confronted not only with his loss but with a terrible challenge -- how to survive. They are cannibals who have always existed on a diet of human flesh consumed in bloody ritual ceremonies... and the victims have always been provided by the father. Now that he is gone, they must detemine who will do the hunting.
Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer talk about Michael J. Fox's impact on their lives.
Mike and Leigh's parents visit, turning Thanksgiving into a family free-for-all. Candice Bergen guest stars.
Kate Finneran talks about this week's guest star, Sting, and her Christmas memories.
Mike wonders how he can escape his role as Leigh's benefactor.
Troubled that the kids are outgrowing him and Annie, Mike cooks up a plan to get Ian back into the college swing.
Mike hatches a plot to return Ian to college while Annie organizes a girls' night out.
Mike and his newsroom nemesis, Susan, battle it out as they compete to cover the Sochi Olympic Games
Betsy Brandt talks about being star-struck while working with this week's guest-star Sting and her childhood Christmas memories.
The TODAY Show's Al Roker explains that Michael J. Fox's return to NBC is something special.
With a karaoke soundtrack, Mike steps up to defend Annie.
With Annie's honor - and their daughter's morals - on the line, Mike and Annie try their best to steal a provocative piece of art.
Guest star Sting talks about his friendship with Michael J. Fox and his latest musical project.
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