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Tommy Fury and Curtis Pritchard had an on screen bromance that blossomed before our eyes in the Love Island villa. This summer they lived in each other's pockets and now they're going to walk in each other's shoes. Tommy will spend the next six weeks training as a ballroom dancer before he competes in front of professional judges at a ballroom dancing competition. At the same time, Curtis will be training in Tommy's boxing gym as he prepares for the fight of his life in front of his friends, family and an audience of thousands. Can Tommy turn twinkle toes and can Curtis become a contender? They've got six weeks to find out.
Thomas Benson is a Sales Associate at Clayton Office Solutions in Reading where he lives with his wife Jess, a nurse, and their young daughter, Millie, who was born deaf.
He's good at his job and feels respected by his colleagues Andy, Isobel and Becky and his boss Chris Carter.
Thomas and the team give a pitch presentation to Janice Lancing and her team at Murray Technology but when the presentation goes badly wrong, Thomas panics and faints in front of everyone.
The team has lost a potentially large contract and with it the lucrative bonuses that would have been coming their way.
The team seem to lay the blame firmly at Thomas's door. Is it his imagination or are his colleagues now out to get him? How will Thomas react when his work life is threatened?
Chris sets out on a mission to visit all four corners of Ireland in just six days, on an ageing network that has seen better days. His journey starts in the south-west at Cobh in Co Cork and his first stop is Blarney Castle, where Chris kisses the famous stone, before he heads to the west coast to ride on an old local line saved by an eccentric local millionaire. He heads to Dublin to visit the jail made famous by the Easter Rising, before ending in Belfast, where he ponders what the future may hold for the railways and for Ireland.
Pointless co-host Alexander Armstrong takes over the reins for an extended edition of the satirical quiz, with stand-up comedian Jon Richardson one of two guests joining captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton to poke fun at the week's events.
In the final phase of the competition, the final four artists perform live in front of coaches Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani to compete for the title of The Voice to compete for the title of The Voice.
When the Johnsons' Christmas present for Grover is stolen, Calvin and Dave team up to recover the gift in time for the holiday. Also, a nostalgic Tina tries to get into the Christmas spirit by reviving traditions from when Malcolm and Marty were kids.
Some of the tastiest treats of Hanukkah are gold-covered chocolate coins, and Jesse Palmer challenges the four remaining bakers to give the classic treat a twist by incorporating candied orange, espresso beans, smoked salt or toasted coconut and create a dessert highlighting their chosen flavor. In the second challenge, the competitors bake up delicious cheesecakes with an assigned crust and decorated with an edible shiny ice rink on top. Judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman and Lorraine Pascale get serious about which three bakers move on to the finale.
Patience is a virtue, and the greatest mouthwatering dishes can't be rushed. Wolfgang Puck admires APL Restaurant in Los Angeles for making a sandwich that's well worth the wait. On the opposite coast, Antonia Lofaso finds the cavatelli truly irresistible at Coppa in Boston, and Geoffrey Zakarian shares his love for the smoked brisket at Hill Country Barbecue Market in New York City.
Amid holiday parties, Lola must defend herself before the Commission on Judicial Performance after a complaint is made against her. Also, Judge Lisa Benner enlists Sara, Emily and Luke in staging a "Wizard of Oz"-themed mock trial for the children of Hall of Justice employees, in which Dorothy is on trial for killing the wicked witch.
Two sisters lead very separate lives in their tiny bungalow. One longs for privacy, while the other wants room for late-night cooking. These differently-scheduled siblings are desperate to create some harmony and find the perfect home to accommodate their distinct lifestyles.
Eddie Jackson challenges five talented cookie makers to flex their skills with classic cookie cutters, using them to make dazzling designs that have nothing to do with the cutters' original shapes. Judges Ree Drummond, Dan Langan and Aarti Sequeira decide which cookie creations are a cut above. Then the stakes become crystal clear as the competitors use edible stained glass to make cookie versions of traditional Christmas decorations like trees, wreaths and lanterns. With $10,000 in their sights, they strive to make displays that are all sweetness and light.
Bull and the TAC team take a difficult pro bono murder case before the holidays and realize it will take a Christmas miracle to win, as the presiding judge has a grudge against Bull. Also, Marissa pushes for an office Christmas party, and Taylor embarks on a new romance.
A double murder involving the family of a federal judge prompts an investigation of epic proportions by the FBI, U.S. Marshals and Chicago Police Department; at the end of the trail, law enforcement personnel learn the death count may climb higher.
A patient with bologna-sized areolas wants to turn them into pepperonis; Dr. Nassif uses a groundbreaking technique to rebuild a patient's nose after her tip turned black and died; a patient is terrified of going under the knife a fifth time.
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