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This week's video highlights include the always fun and hilarious face filters, a very brave but tiny puppy trying to keep a much larger Great Dane dog away from his food; a video package of funny cats causing chaos, a brother and sister accidentally dropping their dad's birthday cake and blaming each other; a little girl searching for her missing bike helmet not realizing she's been wearing it all along, and a group of dogs barking at the shadow of one of their own on a fence, thinking it is another dog.
Otto and Charlotte fight to round up their cattle; Atz Lee and Jane come to a decision about his cabin; Eivin and Eve take the new boat on a maiden fishing journey; Shane and Kelli brace for unexpected news about her health.
When all the fast food restaurants in Springfield become healthy, Homer turns to the last bastion of greasy food for comfort — and digs up some childhood memories along the way. Meanwhile, Lisa must find a good news story when the future of her school radio station is in jeopardy.
The women reach the woods for a weekend of glamping, but they are shocked to learn they'll be sleeping in tents; Marlo confronts Kenya over unresolved issues; the women bond over outdoor activities; Kandi learns of the rumors being spread about her.
When Craig runs off to get some perspective on his relationship with Edie, a road trip ensues to bring him back. Meanwhile, Alan's Zephyrian legs actually make him popular at school, but his desperation to fit in seriously puts off his lady.
The recruits must create a dish with both their least favorite ingredient as well as a more obscure ingredient under the mentorship of Anne Burrell and Rachael Ray; the chefs must spatchcock a Cornish game hen and put a twist on a side dish.
The guys try to start a podcast, but Peter goes solo and branches out as a DJ. Meanwhile, back at the Griffin home, Lois' allergy forces Brian to move into Stewie's bedroom and the two have roommate difficulties.
The Kilchers face daily conflicts from Mother Nature and one another as they survive in the Alaskan wilderness; unseen footage and fan questions.
The search for squatch brings the team to Southern California, where reports have been rampant; they zero in on the canyons of Deep Creek, enlisting the help of an LA local for a night investigation that yields proof that sasquatches live there.
Darnell splurges on an extravagant gift to prove his love to Eseni; Leland attempts to unite the Robinsons by throwing a family basketball game; the rift between LeA and Shanell deepens as they each plot the next step in their careers.
Mark challenges his crew to build a log fort on the Boneyard. They use spare logs and some serious hillbilly know-how to construct a pioneer cantilevered fort, but when the temperature takes an unexpected plunge, the job becomes more difficult.
Riding a wave of newfound career success, Hannah gets an assignment to write a story about a female surf camp in the Hamptons, where she meets Paul-Louis, an uncomplicated waterski instructor. Hoping to break her old patterns post-divorce, Marnie tells Ray he needs to spend more time at his own place, but Adam and Jessa's intensity drives him out of the apartment.
Eleanor and Queen Helena consider romantic invitations as a Privy Council meet to determine who will reign as the one true king of England. At great risk and consequences, Jasper reveals to Liam information that presents a new mystery for the monarchy.
Dennis Ryan grew up believing that his father's violent teachings were preparing him to save the lives of everyone in their farmhouse. But by the time Dennis discovers the horrible truth, it is too late—he has already gone too far.
The team travels to Remer, Minn., to investigate the small town's claim to be the Home of Bigfoot; as evidence continues to mount, the team pursues an exciting hot-off-the-press lead on a sighting and a footprint on their final investigation.
This half-hour program provides viewers with in-depth reporting on one or more of the major stories in the news, with occasional segments on pop culture. Journalists Dan Harris, Juju Chang and Byron Pitts share hosting duties for this late-night program.
Funella is very excited because it's time for the Furchester family dinner. But how can they have their family meal and not be interrupted by their guests? Phoebe has a monster idea - why don't they invite their guests to dinner? After all, everyone in the Furchester is like family.
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