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As it turns out, Yanma previously created a backup supercomputer which Rita confiscated prior to the Galactinsects' invasion and acquires it to restore his kingdom. However, the Ohsama Sentai have to deal with the assembled Galactinsect jesters first.
The search for a missing student yielded no returns until a shocking discovery. In her last year at the DA's Office, Kelly Siegler helps mediate between Tynesha's family, a civil rights activist, and law enforcement to help keep the case on track.
Kimmi puts pressure on the Scott brothers to finish construction; Stormi seeks an apology from LaTisha; Chris informs Nell that their son needs help; Kimmi, LaTisha and Melody clear up misunderstandings.
The Schroeders scramble to save a farm dog.
28-year-old Anson "Buzz" Clinton lived on the wild side in his youth, enjoying the night life and even dabbling as an exotic dancer. After marrying the love of his life and dedicating himself to raising her daughter as his own, Buzz welcomed the challenge to enter adulthood. But he would never get the chance as one night he is gunned down on a dark desolate road. Buzz's family tell investigators to look into his in-laws, who never liked him and didn't believe he was fit to raise their granddaughter. But the in-laws had an alibi.
At 6:30 in the morning of April 25, 2010, Heidi Firkus called 911 after her husband, Nick Firkus, said an intruder was breaking into their home. She was shot and killed and Nick Firkus told investigators that his gun discharged when he struggled with the intruder.
"Saturday Night Live" returns with Emma Stone making her fifth appearance as host and the newest member of the Five-Timers Club. Stone stars in the upcoming film "Poor Things," in theaters Dec. 8, and new series "The Curse," now airing on Showtime.
Noah Kahan makes his musical guest debut. The indie folk singer-songwriter is currently nominated for Best New Artist at the 2024 Grammy Awards and his "We'll All Be Here Forever" world tour kicks off next year.
Sunraku continues his way through the Prismatic Forest Grotto where he encounters the area boss Clown Spider. He tells Emul to stay back as he wants to solo it first try with a no-hit run.
Being a police officer can often be dangerous, but within the Australian Federal Police there's a special division of cops whose role is so constantly treacherous that every day is a matter of life and death. They're undercover operatives who work at the very front line of crime-fighting in Australia and internationally. The protection of these officers should be a priority, but remarkably, when the AFP conducted a high-level inquiry into its own undercover program, it found major failings that risked compromising operations and lives. In a major investigation by 60 Minutes, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Nick McKenzie reports that police insiders are now so worried about the safety of their brave colleagues they're breaking cover in the hope of achieving long-term accountability and reform.
Reporter: Nick McKenzie
Producers: Amelia Ballinger, Hannah Bowers, Serge Negus
Over the past 15 years Australia has given the Solomon Islands more than three billion dollars in aid – far more than any other country has given. Without doubt the help is much needed, but whether it's appreciated is another matter. It seems the Solomon Islands government is much more grateful for the far less aid it receives from China. In a special report for 60 Minutes, Eryk Bagshaw, North Asia correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, travels to the Solomons to investigate the very determined battle between east and west to win hearts and minds in this strategically important Pacific nation.
Reporter: Eryk Bagshaw
Producer: Natalie Clancy
When someone goes to a doctor or a surgeon for treatment, the expectation is they will be seen by a professional with a properly accredited medical qualification, right? Well, it's hard to believe, but that's not always the case. In Australia there's a group of practitioners performing complicated operations who don't have medical degrees. They quite lawfully call themselves podiatric surgeons and they say they have their own special credentials which enable them to treat foot and ankle problems. But in this joint investigation with The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, Amelia Adams meets patients who have been left in chronic pain and with life-long scars, after surgeries they wish they had never agreed to.
Reporter: Amelia Adams
Producers: Serge Negus, Charlotte Grieve
An excursion to gather materials for gear upgrades leads Fate to a chance encounter with Roxy once more. Powerful monsters seem to be exhibiting unusual behavior, and derelict chimera shells litter the Great Ravine.
On the first Sunday in Advent, Aled Jones and Rev Kate Bottley host the final of BBC Young Chorister of the Year, with judges Laura Wright, Ken Burton and Wynne Evans.
LIZ CHENEY – John Dickerson talks with former Congresswoman Liz Cheney about her new book, Oath and Honor: A Memoir and a Warning, her life in politics and what she sees ahead for the country.
SUNDAY PROFILE – TARAJI P. HENSON – Tracy Smith sits down with actor Taraji P. Henson to discuss her new film "The Color Purple" and more.
GEDDY LEE – Jim Axelrod catches up with Geddy Lee, the lead singer of the legendary rock band Rush, who has a new memoir out and is looking back on his more than five decades in music.
LOSING THE STIGMA – Susan Spencer looks at the high number of suicides in the country and reports on how stopping the shame surrounding mental health might be a way to prevent those deaths.
LEGENDS – Seth Doane visits the set of "Archie" to talk with the cast of the new series launching on the streaming service BritBox that looks at the life of actor Cary Grant, whose birthname was Archibald Leach.
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK – Conor Knighton takes a ride on the Alaska Railroad, which has been around for 100 years.
National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications John Kirby provides the latest updates on the Israel-Hamas war. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.), a 2024 presidential candidate, exclusively discusses his campaign as the Iowa caucuses approach. Seven-time Olympic gold medalist Allyson Felix talks about the Black maternal health crisis in the U.S. Tim Alberta, Stephen Hayes and Kimberly Atkins Stohr join the Meet the Press roundtable.
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