A blackout throws the city into chaos. As the trio races to save a loved one from the killer, other Arconia residents begin to explore unexpected connections in the midst of darkness — all enhanced by Gut Milk and a yodel or two.
A Washington couple is ready to make their favorite vacation destination of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, a new home for their family of four. They want cultural diversity for their kids, a home that won't break the bank and a long wish list on a tight budget.
Mabel’s incident on the subway leads her to gain help from an unlikely ally. Their journey takes them to a legendary amusement park which turns out to be full of terror — while amusements and evidence reside back in the Arconia with Charles and Oliver.
The finals return to Las Vegas where the ninjas face up to 8 super-sized obstacles in Stage 1, including the new “Three Ring Circus” and “Tetherball.” Those that finish within the time limit advance to Stage 2.
Death threats, restraining orders, and a pack of Chihuahuas come into play when family members sue each other for damages; a woman repossesses a vehicle she sold to former friends after they damage it and fail to make a payment for six months.
This week’s episode was recorded live in front of an audience at Lincoln Center’s Summer for the City! We first hear the case, “Solstice Delayed is Solstice Denied!” Erica doesn’t change the clocks in her home or car during seasonal time changes. But her wife, Kylee, can’t live this way! Erica says that Kylee is free to change the clocks in the home, but her car is OFF LIMITS. Plus Swift Justice with Jean Grae and Open Court with a surprise special guest!
It’s time to clear the docket! Judge John Hodgman and Bailiff Jesse Thorn discuss the proper way to eat Lucky Charms, communal baked goods, adding berries to pancakes, ordering the same entrée as your dining partner, and proper knife placement. Plus much more!
A couple with an idyllic yet quirky house near a lake is now feeling cramped after their family doubled in size. Although they'd love to raise their children in this location, the 1,650-square-foot house doesn't provide enough private space for everyone. While Hilary's mission is to make them fall in love with their property again, David searches for a better fit for their family.