Legendary metal band Spinal Tap crashes The Daily Show to talk about their upcoming tour.
Sami is comforted by EJ at the hospital regarding Grace, but when she realizes that Daniel may have to do some genetic testing, she fears she's going to have to come clean about being Grace's birth mother. She tells Daniel she knows some brief details about Grace's parents, but when Grace's fever spikes again? Daniel puts the genetics on hold in lieu of a lumbar puncture spinal tap. Sami doesn't like the sound of this, but eventually agrees. Later, Will and Mia arrive bringing Mia her baby blanket. Sami's thankful. She fills Will in on the possibility that if the lumbar test doesn't provide answers they will have to do genetic testing. She warns her son he might not like what she finds out. Lucas arrives and realizes Sami's going to tell EJ the truth. As Sami is about to fill EJ in about Grace, Daniel returns with results. He's afraid he has bad news. Earlier, Will goes to the apartment for some things for the baby and Mia tries to rally his spirits. At the hospital, Mia runs into Nicole. The two have words and Mia tells Nicole she is relieved that "their" baby isn't sick. EJ also approaches Nicole. She's totally cool with his being there for Sami, but he guesses the genetic testing will shed more light on Grace's birth parents. Also, Stefano reassures EJ regarding Owen's incarceration and Stefano thinks Nicole is being a good sport regarding Sami. When Sami is about to tell EJ the truth, Nicole freaks out, bracing for the worst. Nicole moves into the hospital chapel to calm down. Suddenly, Stefano approaches her and drops the bomb that he knows everything about the baby switch. Stephanie and Philip come home and Kate greets them. She's happy for her son, but Roman arrives as family, not a cop. He has a different view for Stephanie. Stephanie tells Uncle Roman she loves Philip, and after Roman leaves, Stephanie and Philip make love. Chloe tries to tell Lucas about Daniel, but it's in vein as Lucas promises they can get through anything. She has conflicting fantasies of how telling Lucas could play out, but when Kate offers her an olive branch she puts a pin in telling Lucas the truth. Kate offers Chloe her old job back as the Hearth and Home TV host. Chloe reluctantly accepts and Kate has set the first part of her trap.
Sydney is shocked when she discovers that Jack is terminally ill -- and that he chose not to tell her. Meanwhile, Nadia's orphanage caregiver, Sophia (Sonia Braga, "American Family," "Kiss of the Spider Woman"), continues her convalescence at Sydney's apartment. Michael McKean ("Best in Show," "This is Spinal Tap," "Laverne & Shirley') guest stars as Jack's doctor.
Sydney and Nadia are shocked to discover that Sophia (Sonia Braga, "American Family," "Kiss of the Spider Woman") -- the head of the orphanage that cared for Nadia as a child -- has been severely beaten. But Sloane fears for Nadia's life when he learns the reason for the beating. Meanwhile, Dixon is faced with a life-altering moral dilemma while on a mission with Vaughn, and Jack's doctor (Michael McKean, "Best in Show," "This is Spinal Tap," "Laverne & Shirley") offers some advice to his ailing patient.
Historic performances & interviews with superstar bands such as Queen, Led Zeppelin and Spinal Tap.
After a riotous visit to Springfield by Spinal Tap, bus driver Otto loses his license. He moves in with the Simpsons, who lean on Marge’s sister at the DMV to help him get his job back.
Bart attends a Spinal Tap concert. Otto loses his job driving the school bus and moves in with the Simpsons.
After a riotous visit to Springfield by Spinal Tap, bus driver Otto loses his license. He moves in with the Simpsons, who lean on Marge's sister at the DMV to help him get his job back.
Michael McKean - November 3, 1984: See these selected sketches from the 1984 episode hosted by Spinal Tap star Michael McKean. Sketches include: 'James Brown Celebrity Hot Tub Party' and the short film 'The Folksmen'.
Barry Bostwick - May 5, 1984: Watch selected sketches from this 1984 episode hosted by Barry Bostwick, with special appearances by Spinal Tap and comedian A. Whitney Brown.
Often compared with Spinal Tap, this rockumentary follows fifth-rate heavy metal band Bad News as they set out on their biggest tour to date. Band members Vim Fuego, Den Dennis, Colin Grigson, and Spider Webb hope to find lager, gigs, and schoolgirls on the road.
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