"Jarod explores colorful animals and how they use their color in nature."
Manna-Fest with Perry Stone
Key of David
In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley
"This week on Stellar Sunday: Spotlight interview with VaShawn
Mitchell, comtemporary praise and worship leader. The Stellar
Book Club selection -The Truth About Men: What Men and Women
Need to Know by Devon Franklin. On the Road feature of Travis
Greene's "See the Light" tour."
To Die For
Reality Check More
"A murder during the taping of a reality show is investigated by the team in a case that personally impacts Sanchez. Meanwhile, Rusty meets Slider's lawyer."
Taking the Fall More
"Flynn faces a medical emergency as Thanksgiving draws near. The team investigates a road rage incident that may have lead to murder."
"Ted breaks up with Stella, and then is involved in a car accident; Ted rethinks his actions, and tries to win her back; Barney shows his true colors; and Marshall and Robin debate the existence of miracles."
"Ted and Barney vie for “dibs” on a woman at the bar who might be Cindy’s roommate—and Ted’s future bride; heartbreak prompts Robin to pig-out on junk food; Marshall tells his dad that he and Lily are going to start a family."
When it's time to plan a party for Jeff's birthday, everyone gets involved. But Audrey is spending a little too much time on planning the party, which makes Jeff unhappy. Although Jeff won't reveal what he usually gets in the annual birthday deal, Adam br
Audrey bets Jeff that he can't get a phone number from a younger woman and gives him a night without his wedding ring to try. Jennifer is mad at Adam beacuse thier bed was bought with his ex. Later, Adam feels the same, except that Jennifer, talking about
"Part 1 of 2. Max and Caroline put the finishing touches on their newly converted Dessert Bar. Meanwhile, Max deals with the aftermath of her breakup with Randy; and Sophie and Oleg prepare for the birth of their baby."
"No thanks to Elaine, Jerry must work hard to prove he is straight when a college reporter mistakenly reports that he and George are gay, "not that there is anything wrong with that." Things really get out of hand when the article is picked up by the New York Post. Jerry ends up dating the college reporter to clear his name, but all does not go well."
"Jerry and George struggle to keep their idea for a TV series alive, one of their problems is they don't know how to do the Elaine character. Jerry meets an old girlfriend he never could kiss, later Kramer gets the opportunity. The ex-girlfriend talks about Elaine's shoes, mainly because she wants them. George is caught staring at the cleavage of the daughter of the NBC executive who is approving their script. Elaine's cleavage provides a means to turn the tables on him."