Gene and Shannon travel to Montreal for the "M for Montreal" Music Festival. While Gene scouts new talent, Shannon hangs out with The Envy (the first band Simmons Records signed.)
Nick discovers he has lost his phone. Enlisting his sister, he tries to find the phone. Locating the phone is one thing, getting it back is another.
The Newlyweds are put to the test as they tour South America. While Gene is busy playing Rock God, surrounded by the temptation of groupies, Shannon grows tired of babysitting him. Can their marriage survive the Rock Star lifestyle?
When Gene surprises Shannon with news of a new tour, Shannon starts to question if Rock Star Gene can stay true to their marriage vows. Meanwhile, Nick's womanizing ways has Shannon worried that he's turning into his father.
After volunteering at a VA Hospital, Shannon decides to take it a step further and pose for a Pinup to raise money for the vets. Not to be outdone, Gene performs with the veterans at a benefit concert to help raise funds for the Rock 4 Vets program.
Upon their return from Africa, Gene and Shannon finally come to blows over the adoption issue. When the moment of truth comes Shannon must decide if she will chose her family or adoption.
Shannon surprises Gene by taking him to meet the African children he sponsors long distance. Meanwhile, Tracy begins the process of preparing for in vitro.
Shannon uses their African honeymoon to get Gene's mind back on adoption. While he is becoming one with nature she tells him their real mission.
To distract Shannon from adopting, Gene suggests an overdue honeymoon. Shannon picks a shocking location while Tracy struggles with baby plans of her own.
After Sophie is a no-show for an important adoption meeting, an upset Shannon goes to Whistler to confront her daughter about her behavior and the adoption.
Shannon is worried the family will sabotage her adoption plans during their official interviews with the agency. Meanwhile, an upset Sophie is nowhere to be found and will not return any of Shannon's calls.
With Gene's past hopefully behind them, Gene and Shannon move the Tweed-Simmons clan to phase two which includes putting their adoption plan back on track and making sure Nick has a plan for his future.
After Sophie's and Nick's strong objection to adoption, Shannon suspects that Gene is wavering as well and arranges for Gene to meet happy families that have adopted. Meanwhile, cut off Nick searches for a place to live.
After a 28 year courtship, Gene and Shannon are finally man and wife. But just because a ring is on her finger does not mean all of their troubles are behind them. When Shannon decides to adopt a child some of Gene's past indiscretions rear their head to drive another wedge between them.
Join Lynn Hoffman as she sits down with the newly married Mr. and Mrs. Simmons as they look back at their wedding.
As the days tick down to the wedding, Shannon and Gene find the pressures mounting. They still have rings to be made, wedding vows to be written, Bachelor and Bachelorette parties to attend and in the midst of it all Shannon decides to impose a strict "no sex until wedding night" policy. As details are finalized and the stress continues to build, someone is getting cold feet. Family and friends begin arriving from out of town, but will it all prove to be too much? Finally the day has arrived. Will Gene and Shannon both make it down the aisle?
Gene Simmons Family Jewels: Season 3 clip - starring Gene Simmons, Shannon Tweed, Nick Simmons, Sophie Simmons, Tracy Tweed.
Check out the video blog from the episode, My Fair Lady.
Check out the video blog from the episode, What Happens in Vegas.
Check out the video blog from the episode, God of Thunder.
Check out the video blog from the episode, Gene's Handicap.
Gene Simmons Family Jewels clip - starring Gene Simmons, Shannon Tweed, Nick Simmons, Sophie Simmons, Tracy Tweed.
Check out the video blog from the episode, Keeping Up With the Demon.
Check out a video blog from the episode, Face Your Demons.
In a Gene Simmons Family Jewels video, see an assortment of outtakes from the show.
Sophie teaches Gene the Soulja Boy dance.
Gene's life is an open book, but the one thing he keeps close to the vest is his mother's harsh survival as a Jewish girl in Europe during WWII. His mother and Anne Frank were approximately the same age when they went into concentration camps and seeing how Anne lived strikes an emotional chord with Gene. No one is more important to Gene than his mother, and it's a raw and telling look at Gene's family history and childhood that fans have never had access to before now.
Over the course of ten new episodes, fans will continue to get the behind the scenes access to the family's many adventures and milestone moments that make them the most interesting and enduring family on television.