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Frank takes one of Jamie's cases to heart when it involves the suspicious death of his friend's, FBI Agent Wilson Ortega's, terminally ill wife. Also, after demanding more meaningful cases, Erin receives an unsolved robbery case that proves to be impossible to crack without help from Anthony, and Danny and Baez uncover the shocking truth behind a puzzling assault claim.
Three teams of bakers create mystical fortune teller cakes, but in this big top of horrors, the crystal ball only reveals tragedy and disaster. Vivian Chan and Zac Young also task the teams with creating a shocking sideshow sweet to complement their main act.
After Ben has downloaded a new Xingo app on Gwen's tablet, he is drawn into the tablet. Ben lands in Xingo's world and Xingo in the real world. Grandpa Max and Gwen are quickly annoyed by the cartoon character, who has only nonsense in his head. And even Ben does not have it easy in the cartoon world. But how is he coming back?
The Tennysons are on the way to Egypt by helicopter. On the way they fall into a storm. Ben looks outside to see if everything is OK by helicopter. When Ben gets back on board, strange things suddenly happen.
Cami discovers that Tara is planning to replace Delaware on the NPC Dance Team, and struggles when she realizes that it may inadvertently be her fault.
The success of Trisha Yearwood's single, "Every Girl in this Town," is an incredible career milestone, so Trisha cooks some recipes that remind her of some of her other most-memorable career milestones. The menu includes Herbed Cheese, Cucumber and Radish Tea Sandwiches and a spin on classic fish and chips, Fried Flounder with Sweet Pepper Mayo, Bacon Blue Cheese and Potato Hash. She caps off her trip down memory lane with Strawberry Cake with Basil Whipped Cream.
The Kitchen is building a menu packed with hearty and comforting fall flavors, like Katie Lee's Caramel Chicken and Jeff Mauro's Apple, Cheddar and Brie Grilled Cheese. Geoffrey Zakarian serves up a bowl of Kabocha Squash Red Curry, and the hosts vote to try or deny fall food trends. Fit Men Cook's Kevin Curry stops by to make a Tex-Mex Shrimp Grain Bowl, and Sunny Anderson wraps things up with a trending fall dessert, Apple Fries.
Host Daisy Fuentes pays a visit to Joseph Carnegie, who's about to turn 30. Joseph hopes to answer a mystery that has puzzled both he and his father for decades; are they related to famous philanthropist and railroad tycoon Andrew Carnegie? People have asked Joseph this question his whole life, but he's never had an answer - until now. Daisy works with Joseph to go deep into the roots of his family tree, and what they learn gives them a chance to present Joseph's dad with a stunning surprise.
Reminiscing over smoky steakhouses and hearty red sauce joints, Guy Fieri invites his chef friends to prepare an old-school Las Vegas meal fit for the Rat Pack. Marc Murphy updates the classic Lobster Thermador and elevates creamed spinach with rich truffles and fried oysters. Christian Petroni stretches mozzarella curd to make creamy straciatella cheese from scratch, and for dessert, he serves up a velvety tiramisu. Amanda Freitag pounds veal for a fork-tender Milanese and mixes up a bourbon and champagne cocktail called a Classic Seelbach. Finally, Aaron May turns paper-thin slices of potato into crisp Mini Pommes Anna and brings Vegas to the ranch with buttery, bacon-filled Clams Casino.
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