ComedyWill (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing), Karen (Megan Mullally), and Jack (Sean Hayes) wish they could have experienced Christmas in old New York City, but realize the past was not quite as romantic -- or open to diversity -- as they pictured it.
ComedyWill's mum is off on a weekend with an old schoolfriend. Will is left home alone and the other boys take full advantage of the situation. It's all fun until the morning. No animals were harmed in the making of this. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyWe pick up with Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing), Jack (Sean Hayes), and Karen (Megan Mullally) 11 years since we last saw them. Will and Grace both falter when their political beliefs are put to the test. Jack and Karen help Will and Grace hide their secret shame from each other, but the truth finally comes out.
ComedyIt's the tail-end of the Christmas recess and peace and goodwill should reign in Westminster. But something goes terribly, terribly wrong on Newsnight and everything begins to unravel. Can Malcolm Tucker survive as the PM's enemies in Government and the Opposition bid for power?
ComedyIt's the start of term and Carli is organising a charity fashion show, and like every school fashion show it's only for the coolest and best looking kids. This means our four heroes aren't involved... - Strong language and adult humour
ComedySimon is chasing a fit girl in the year below, so to impress her, he goes to his first gig since his mum took him to see Take That at Wembley Arena. Will, Jay and Neil tag along and pretty much ruin Simon's chances, but thankfully the bouncers are nice enough. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedySimon and his new girlfriend Tara are on a double date with Will and her friend Kerry. Will weighs up spending time with a boring girl for the prospect of some action. - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyIn the pilot episode of this hit comedy series, New York City sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the perfect mate--and start having sex like men. Carrie meets Mr. Big, Miranda warms up to Skipper and Samantha has a one-night-stand with a man Charlotte wouldn't sleep with on the first date.
ComedySeason Three Premiere. In Iowa, Selina courts possible caucus voters at a book signing for her new autobiography, while her team is in D.C. attending a staff wedding. As the day proceeds, Selina and her staff get word of a rumor that could affect the next election.
ComedyWhen Karen's (Megan Mullally) has trouble dealing with a personal tragedy, Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing), and Jack's (Sean Hayes) try to intervene. Will and Grace's new business relationship begins to show signs of stress.
ComedyAfter a quick visit to their new campaign HQ, Selina and her team go on a ride-along with the Coast Guard, where they learn the president has flipped on a major issue--which makes Selina reexamine her stance. Meanwhile, Gary questions his role with the Veep, and Jonah's new political blog causes trouble.
ComedySheldon and Howard plan birthday celebrations for Amy and Halley, respectively. Leonard receives a Christmas letter from his brother that causes him to spiral out about his own lack of accomplishments.
ComedyBeth and Eric are hoping to have a quiet festive feast on their own, but Cathy and Colin turn up, their trip to the French Alps having been thwarted by a cancelled flight. Neighbour Christine piles in too with granddaughter Madison, after daughter Sophie is delayed in Paris by the same disruption. While Beth and Eric's son Ian, over with new boyfriend Gordon to drop off presents, admits their other plans have fallen through and asks if they can stay on for dinner. With a meal for two now stretching to six, Christine and Cathy reveal their own particular take on the spirit of Christmas.
ComedyWhen Peter re-discovers his love for the painfully annoying yet seductively catchy tune "The Bird's the Word," Brian and Stewie decide to take matters into their own hands to ensure that the song will never be heard again! On the verge of tears, Peter goes to every record store in Quahog to track down his beloved jingle, when he runs into a familiar face. Realizing that it is the one and only Jesus Christ, Peter wants the world to know that he and J.C. are BFFs.
ComedyWill draws on his scouting experience to cope with the last trip he has organised for the boys before they go their separate ways, but the others are woefully unprepared - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyWill is asked to co-ordinate the school's Duke of Edinburgh award scheme, and immediately turns the situation to his advantage, using it as an opportunity to try to snare an older university student - Strong language and adult humour
ComedySecretary to the Cabinet, Sir Arnold Robinson is retiring and Sir Humphrey is to take his place. Hacker celebrates by getting gloriously drunk and is lucky to escape the breathalyser - unlike the Deputy Prime Minister. With his successor out of the way, the Prime Minister too steps down and the hunt is on to find his replacement. The politicians favour a strong candidate, someone with style and charisma who will lead the party into a new term of office. The Civil Service favour someone less headstrong, more 'receptive to advice'...
ComedyWhen Lois finds a lump on her breast, she goes to the doctor to test for cancer. The tests come back benign, but the doctor looks at her family medical history and surprises her with the news that she's Jewish. Peter takes to the family's newfound faith a little too eagerly, but when he is visited by the ghost of his father who reminds him to be faithful to his religious identity, he turns on Lois. After a visit from Jesus sets him straight, Peter and Lois agree to go back to the way things were.
ComedyJimmy and Timmy pull together a group of people like themselves and call their new group the "Crips." When they find out there is another gang by the same name in the city, they venture into the Denver "Crips" territory to work out a way to merge the two organizations.
ComedyIn the Season Two premiere, Carrie follows up the struggle of breaking up with Mr. Big by dating a 'new Yankee.' Meanwhile, Samantha expresses dissatisfaction with her boyfriend's lack of manhood and Charlotte's man has a problem with his crotch adjustments.
ComedyMeet Daniel and Nathan's favourite rapper S.mouse, the biggest selling hip-hop artist of all time, who finds himself under house arrest after pooing on a police car. Meanwhile, Nathan is also busted for the same act and faces a future at deaf boarding school. Gran settles a new inmate, Talib, into the prison. Contains strong language.
ComedyIn the eleventh season premiere, Amy gives Sheldon an answer to his proposal, while Howard and Bernadette struggle with some unexpected news. LAURIE METCALF returns as Sheldon’s mother, Mary; RIKI LINDHOME returns as Ramona; and STEPHEN HAWKING returns as Himself.
ComedyIntroducing fading surf legend Blake Oldfield and his crew, the Mucca Mad Boys. Daniel starts planning a big send-off for Nathan, who is leaving for deaf school. S.Mouse expresses himself creatively by releasing a new song directly onto the internet. Contains strong language.
ComedyIntroducing Jen Okazaki, the single-minded mercenary mother of teen skateboarding sensation Tim. Blake initiates new members to the Mucca Mad Boys gang. Daniel seeks a solution to Nate's porn addiction. Contains strong language.
ComedyDel and Grandad are horrified to hear that Rodney is dating a police officer called Sandra. But while Grandad is worried about Sandra knowing about the Trotters' sullied reputation, Del is sweating over the amount of dodgy gear stored in the flat.
ComedyLeonard angers the university – and the entire physics community – after he gives an embarrassing interview. Also, Amy and Bernadette bond over having to hide their success from Sheldon and Howard. NPR Host IRA FLATOW returns as himself, and REGINA KING returns as Mrs. Davis.
ComedyKerry Sims invites a deaf teenager to spend a day at the farm with Nathan. Nathan starts retaliating for Daniel's behaviour, apparently taking the high ground although actually anything but. Jen shows her son Tim the lickable shoes range he'll be endorsing, which includes sushi and lychee flavours. Rapper S.Mouse encounters creative differences with girlfriend Lasquisha while making his newest recording. Contains strong language.
ComedyDaniel throws a house party while his folks are away. Gran is reprimanded after overstepping a line in her professional behaviour which ultimately brings her closer to the withdrawn Talib. Blake starts the Fat Dudes surf school, but in boosting the boys' esteem he ends up questioning his manhood. Contains strong language.
ComedyAustralian comedian Chris Lilley plays a host of characters confronting dilemmas facing young men in the 21st century. Dan is told to spend the day with a homosexual schoolboy. Contains strong language.
ComedyPlans are being made for Shazia's forthcoming wedding to fiancé Amjad. Mrs Khan's on the warpath because Mr Khan's forgotten to book the wedding venue, but it shouldn't be a problem as long as he can persuade mosque manager Dave to do him a favour.
ComedyWill (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) try to date younger guys but find it challenging. Grace (Debra Messing) and Karen (Megan Mullally) experience a crisis that reveals Grace's true feelings about Karen.
ComedyAs Sheldon stresses out about picking a wedding date, Amy tries to convince him that he has a more laid-back side by recording him talking in his sleep. Meanwhile Raj and Stuart (series regular KEVIN SUSSMAN) compete to win the heart of Bernadette’s new coworker, Ruchi (guest star SWATI KAPILA).
ComedyHoward and Sheldon bond over their relationships with their disappointing fathers when they drive to the desert to shoot off a model rocket. Meanwhile, it rubs Leonard the wrong way when his mom (CHRISTINE BARANSKI) finds a new best friend in Penny.
ComedyIn the aftermath of Jordan (Christa Miller) revealing the truth about Turk's (Donald Faison) knowledge of Dr. Cox's (John C. McGinley) crush on Carla (Judy Reyes), Elliot's (Sarah Chalke) ongoing feelings for J.D. (Zach Braff), and Jordan and J.D.'s one-night stand - J.D.'s world is falling apart. Unnerved by the repercussions of Jordan's announcement, J.D. decides he must take action to salvage his relationships and those of his friends. J.D. confronts Elliot about their feelings for each other and does his best to appease Dr. Cox, although his reaction to the news is worse than J.D. had expected. Also, Carla and Turk a
ComedyHannah provides cover for Marnie on a secret weekender to Poughkeepsie, which Marnie hopes will help clarify an old chapter in her life. Shoshanna enlists Elijah to be her plus-one at a networking event for young professional women, where Jessa's antics lead Shosh to reevaluate her post-college friendships.
ComedyBeth and Eric Baird's Hogmanay goes horribly wrong as family, friends and neighbours descend on their home. As they count down to the bells in traditional Scottish style, a lively evening is assured as drink flows and Beth's legendary steak pie comes out of the oven. Secrets are revealed, tempers fray, scores are settled and a gazebo is destroyed.
ComedyMichael's (Steve Carell) fascination with a woman modeling a chair in an office supply catalog makes him feel things he hasn't felt in a while. With Michael distracted, Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) and Andy (Ed Helms) team up to win back Dunder Mifflin's stolen parking spaces, forcing them into a showdown with the bosses of the five businesses of the office park. Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, Oscar Nunez, Angela Kinsey, Phyllis Smith, Mindy Kaling, Leslie David Baker, Melora Hardin, Kate Flannery and Creed Bratton also star.
ComedySeries in which Australian comedian Chris Lilley plays a host of characters, all confronting various dilemmas facing young men in the 21st century. Skateboarding Tim's ad campaign gets underway - and he isn't too happy about going shirtless. He also has a revelation for his mother. Nathan runs away, and will ex-surfer Blake have to go to prison? Contains strong language.
ComedyS.mouse is out of jail and ready to promote his new album, but the paparazzi say he's too fat. Following a death in the family, Gran has two prisoners put into isolation. Elsewhere, it is mum and Steve's wedding, and Nath has a little jape in store. Contains strong language.
ComedySheldon goes head-to-head with WIL WHEATON (recurring as Himself) for the role of the new Professor Proton; Meanwhile, Penny steps in to take care of Halley when Bernadette and Howard both wind up on bed rest.
ComedySeason Six Premiere. One year after losing the presidency, Selina attempts to secure her legacy. Dan tries to ingratiate himself at his new job. Amy's brash D.C.-style personality proves too much for her new co-workers.
ComedyHayley’s plan for a fun-filled girl’s day with Rainer Shine’s teen daughter may be a little more angst-filled than expected. Meanwhile, Luke finds himself in a compromising position with a widow at the club (played by Joely Fisher) and unwittingly helps his grandpa, Jay, with his petition. At the Pritchett-Tucker home, Gloria, Phil and Cam have formed a secret alliance to ensure their respective “mistakes” are concealed from their spouses. However, their diabolical plan may be derailed when Mitchell starts suspecting something just isn’t right.
ComedyChristine Clarke brings a new man back to her council flat from a New Year's Eve party, and within seconds her life starts to unravel. Who is the terrifying stranger that keeps appearing in the flat at night?
ComedyJ.D. (Zach Braff), Turk (Donald Faison), and Eliot (Sarah Chalke) quickly become overwhelmed on their first night without the supervision of an attending physician when their newly established authority as residents turns out to be more work than they anticipated, forcing them to rely on Carla (Judy Reyes) and even the janitor (Neil Flynn) for assistance. Meanwhile, Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) begrudgingly acquiesces to Dr. Kelso's (Ken Jenkins) request that he introduce him at an awards ceremony, fueling Cox's resentment and resulting in a rather unusual presentation.
ComedyWhen Dr. Kelso (Ken Jenkins) challenges the residents by offering a trip to a medical conference in Reno as a reward to the individual that presents the most interesting cast study, J.D. (Zach Braff) refuses to play along, earning him the respect of Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley). However, when Elliot (Sarah Chalke) confronts him about the competition, he realizes that it was in fact his fear of failure rather than his rebellious nature that kept him out of the running. Following some awkward moments and harsh words, Elliot and Carla (Judy Reyes) learn they have more in common than the just their relationships with J.D. and
ComedyIt's been 30 years since Northern double-act Len and Tommy last appeared on stage together, that fateful night at the Glasgow Pavilion. Then Tommy walked out on Len, and that was curtains for Cheese and Crackers. Until now - and one last gig in front of an invited audience.
ComedyChad takes Chanel to his family home for Thanksgiving, where she meets his brothers, Brad and Thad, as well as his parents. However, an uninvited guest throws the holiday into chaos. Meanwhile, Dean Munsch gathers the survivors at Kappa House, but dinner quickly explodes into accusations of who among them is really the killer. Then, the Red Devil carves up a deadly main course as another victim falls.
ComedyPressman Developments, headed up by the oily Charles Wilmott, is in the advanced stages of buying up the freehold on Nan’s block of flats in London’s East End, and the current residents all face imminent eviction. The Residents Association calls an emergeny meeting which Nan disrupts by repeatedly attempting to de-throne their elected leader in favour of herself – an event that’s unlikely to happen, especially when it’s revealed that Nan actually owns her own flat (she bought it back in the ‘80’s), so is immune from the current threat.
ComedySpencer encounters resistance in LA and Oakland to his Vegas expansion initiative. Joe takes a detour with Reggie; Jason blasts Kisan for his lack of transparency; Charles bristles over Larry's failure to give him credit for a lineman he landed; Ricky jumps to conclusions.
ComedyDave and Alex's inability to choose an apartment drives their real estate agent crazy; Jane puts her negotiation skills to work helping Penny shop for a car; Max shows Brad how to have a night out for free.
ComedyWhen Mateo (Nico Santos) faces complications with his transfer to a Cloud 9 Signature store, he becomes desperate to resolve his undocumented status. Meanwhile, Amy (America Ferrera) helps Glenn (Mark McKinney) battle an Internet troll, Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom) try to give Mateo legal counsel, and Dina (Lauren Ash) and Garrett (Colton Dunn) take issue with corporate.
ComedyEric gets an excellent report from his health check so he and Beth decide to celebrate by booking their first holiday in 7 years. Cathy and Colin have built a hot tub in their back garden and are hosting a party to show it off to the neighbours. Sophie has got her first baby scan picture. Christine wants everyone to see it but it's the only copy.
ComedyTo celebrate Beth's birthday, son Ian and his boyfriend Gordon take her and Eric out for a pub lunch, though Christine has no qualms about gatecrashing the family outing. At the pub, the birthday meal is further disrupted by the arrival of a very drunk Colin, who lurches over to their table, dispensing kisses and insults in equal measure.
ComedyWill (Eric McCormack) finally returns from his Caribbean working vacation and tries to help a confused Grace (Debra Messing) decide between her two sub-par boyfriends [guest stars Corey Parker and Gregory Hines (not seen)] but he gets a rude awakening when he jealously discovers that Jack (Sean Hayes) has insinuated himself with Grace in his absence - making him feel like odd man out. Elsewhere, when Karen (Megan Mullally) also arrives back from the Caribbean with expensive contraband, she cons poor Rosario (Shelley Morrison) into taking the fall and the jail time when they encounter customs.
ComedyLouis has to hire a professional instructor to give the restaurant staff a sexual harassment seminar after Jessica’s attempts fall flat. Meanwhile, Eddie tries to pass off the seminar’s instructional tape as a “dirty movie” to his friends in an attempt to impress them and get them to come to his house for a sleep over.
ComedyBonnie, Danny, Riley and Tucker are tired of Ben always passing Emma off on them every time something better comes along, so when Ben insists he can do it all by himself without their help, they go on strike. Without his support system, a frazzled Ben brings Emma along on his dates and his shift at the bar. Forced to rely on the very limited kindness of strangers, will Ben finally swallow his pride and admit how much he needs everyone?
ComedyIn the 100th episode, Lois and Peter go on a cruise, leaving Stewie and the family behind. Upset with Lois for leaving him at home, Stewie vows to carry out a diabolical plan. When Brian challenges him to actually do it, Stewie stows away on the ship, finds Lois and...well...the title of the episode says it all.
ComedyWhile all of Quahog assumes she's dead, Lois returns from the wilderness and names Stewie as her killer, but he goes on the run while Joe leads a manhunt around Quahog. Then, Stewie tries to take over the world and in the interim auditions for the American Idol judges Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul. Meanwhile, Lois realizes that she must stop Stewie.
ComedyIt's Christmas time and the Welsh contingent have been invited to celebrate the festive season with the Shipmans. So with the help of Dave and his coach; the Wests head East. Dawn and Pete have come round for Christmas Eve drinks, and Pete's brought his aged mum. Mick has an enormous turkey soaking in a bucket, Bryn has his mistletoe set to standby and Pam has a cracker of a present under the tree for Mick. But will the season still be jolly when Smithy sees how attached Dave is to baby Neil? Or when Bryn elaborates further on the fishing trip? But most importantly...will there still be tidings of comfort and joy when Gavi
ComedyAfter Stewie gets his baby butt kicked by Joe's infant daughter, he starts hitting the gym with Peter. It seems like all of Stewie’s hard work is paying off until Peter drops a bombshell when he reveals just how Stewie got those six-pack abs. Meanwhile, Chris starts to date a popular girl at school and quickly realizes that popularity is like physics – as in what goes up must come down.
ComedyWhen his "ultimate plan" to embarrass Butters backfires, Cartman struggles to keep his classmates from seeing a compromising photograph. Meanwhile, Butters is sent to a special camp where they "Pray the Gay Away."
ComedyIt's a new term and a geography field trip looms. Will has taken a shine to a new girl at school, but she has her eye on Simon. No fish were inhumanely treated during the filming of this episode! - Strong language and adult humour
ComedyIt's Boxing Day in the Brockman household and Santa has paid a visit, along with some burglars. While Mum and Dad try to maintain some festive spirit, Ben wreaks havoc with a mechanical hand, Jake argues the case for pirated music and Karen is busy writing New Year’s resolutions - not for herself, but for the rest of the family, and Barack Obama. With guests arriving, some welcome, some not, the pressure is on Dad to get lunch on the table. But where’s Grandad?
ComedyWill's parents have just divorced and he has had to change schools and make a new set of friends. But his new mates are neither that cool nor that credible. - Puerile adult humour with strong language
ComedyWill, Simon, Jay and Neil bunk off school. They head to Neil's house to get drunk, where Simon has a vodka-induced romantic revelation about his childhood sweetheart. - Puerile adult humour with strong language
ComedyPeter decides to grow a moustache, but then he's mistaken for a fireman (because they all have moustaches), so he lends a hand when a fire breaks out at a local fast food restaurant. The owner gives him unlimited burgers as a "thank you" but he eats so many that he eventually has a stroke. When Peter recovers, he vows to expose the fast-food company and becomes friends with a genetically engineered cow (Montalban) he meets after infiltrating the McBurgertown warehouse.
ComedyIn a special preview of new one-hour comedy musical series, GLEE, optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester tries to refuel his own passion while reinventing the McKinley High School’s glee club and challenging a group of outcasts to realize their star potential. Going up against McKinley’s cruel high school caste system and facing harsh criticism from everyone around him, Will is determined to prove them all wrong. Musical performances include "Don't Stop Believin", "Rehab", "On My Own", "Respect", "Mr. Cellophane", "I Kissed a Girl", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and "Can't Fight This Feeling".
ComedyAfter Randy Marsh experiences an unfortunate incident on national TV, the "N" bomb hits South Park. While Randy seeks forgiveness from Jesse Jackson, South Park Elementary invites a midget by the name of Dr. Nelson to talk about sensitivity.
ComedyThe boys set off on their first road trip in Simon's new car for a day out at Thorpe Park. Once inside the pleasure park however, Will soon wishes they had never come. - Puerile adult humour with strong language