Thornfield receives a visitor. This visitor seems to unsettle Rochester in a way Jane cannot understand. When Mason, the mysterious visitor, is badly injured one night, Jane's fears and questions about the North Tower come up once again.
Jane Eyre, an orphaned girl, is sent to Lowood School by her uncaring aunt Mrs Reed, who no longer wants the child in her house where Jane was ill-treated by cousins and aunt. Jane remains at Lowood School until the age of 19 and eventually becomes a governess. She receives a position at Thornfield Hall as a governess for Adele, a French girl in the care of Edward Rochester, the master of Thornfield Hall. From the housekeeper Jane learns that the master of the house is rarely at home. One day, she finally meets Rochester on one of his returns to Thornfield. For the first time, Jane feels as if she belongs somewhere and soon begins to love Thornfield. But this is challenged when Jane one day wakes to strange noises in the house. When she follows the sounds she discovers a fire in Rochester's room.
Denholm tries to reduce stress in the work place and invites a stress expert to give the employees a class about dealing with stress. Meanwhile, Jen buys new shoes that are a few sizes too small, which leads to a very painful result.
It's Jen's first day at Reynholm Industries and she is assigned the position of manager of the IT department. Roy and Moss quickly find out that she has absolutely no knowledge of computers whatsoever.
Andy has a new celebrity pal, chat show host Jonathan Ross. His friendship with Maggie is under strain and he's just about had enough of his useless agent. When Andy is pressed into visiting a sick child in hospital by a pushy mum, Andy meets Robert Lindsay who is less than impressed when the child and mum fail to recall his 70's sitcom. Andy is ready to fire his agent, however is offered a chance to meet his idol, Robert De Niro. Will Andy abandon his real friends to meet his hero?
While searching for credibility Andy gets a part in a play directed by Sir Ian McKellen. He soon discovers the play 'A Month of Summers', is the tale of love between two men and becomes uncomfortable with the part. Andy finds himself in a personally difficult situation when some old school friends come to see his performance.
Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay, suggests he can appear and sing in Andy's sitcom, much to Andy's reluctance. Bad reviews continue to flood in, but things start to look up when Andy gets a surprise nomination for a BAFTA award for Best Comedy Performance. At the ceremony Andy is caught in the wrong place at the wrong time with Ronnie Corbett. Maggie tells Andy's former girlfriend an embarrassing secret which she uses to get her own back at Andy for calling her, "the most boring woman in the world".
First comes success, then the backlash and the British press aren't about to change the rules. Andy has incurred their wrath and searches for ways to lift his profile. Meanwhile, on the set of his new film, Daniel Radcliffe is trying his staggeringly poor chat-up lines on anyone female.
Andy is realising that fame is not all it is cracked up to be when his sitcom receives terrible reviews. The public provide him with encouragement when he's recognised by a homeless man and his "biggest fan" in a pub. However, when Andy and his friends head to a classy bar, he discovers that even David Bowie wants to mock him, in the form of a song "the little fat man who sold his soul".
Andy Millman is very excited at the prospect of his sitcom 'When the Whistle Blows', being made by the BBC. He wants it to be realistic and something the audience can relate to. However, the BBC have other ideas making Andy's character wear a wig and silly glasses. It's not long before the comedy is totally different to Andy's original idea. Meanwhile, Maggie is an extra on Orlando Blooms latest movie. Orlando is obsessed with himself and with Maggie. But she doesn't fancy him at all.
Four friends gather together to form a new band. Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler make innovative and fun music. Next, Cat Power brings their emotionally charged indie-rock to the ACL studio for some cathartic rock.
Rob Hanisee is a writer that has a strange apparition. Beautiful, naked and mysterious, Valerie might be the muse that Rob has always searched for - or the manifestation of a much darker force. Blood and death follow Rob across the line between life and art.
In Dallas, detectives are working a shooting that left a 26-year-old woman dead, when a mysterious caller gives them a one word nickname - \"Mississippi.\" In Miami, an elderly man is found duct-taped and beaten to death outside his house as his wife of forty years is asleep inside. Detectives have to find out whether the murder is a simple robbery, or a twisted act of retribution.
In Kansas City, Missouri, a young man is found dead in the middle of an apartment complex. With no leads or witnesses, Detective Ed Begley is hoping the victim\'s cell phone can help him find the killer. In Memphis, a case gets personal for Sgt. Caroline Mason when a woman is killed in the neighborhood where she grew up.
Spencer accepts a date with Aiden, which ends up confusing her even more. Clay faces trouble while searcing for his birth mother, while Paula and Arthur try couple\'s counseling as a way to deal with their issues.
Rising out of the Solent, one mile off shore, like a silent sentinel, Spitbank Fort was constructed between 1861 and 1878 as one of Palmerston\'s Follies, a series of land and sea-based forts designed to repel French invaders during the Napoleonic Wars.\n\nSpitbank Fort was the last of four, fully armoured forts to be constructed to defend the Solent yet, ironically, by the time they were completed, the risk of invasion had passed. The forts were made ready for possible action during the first and second world wars, although they were never actually needed. Gradually, they fell into disrepair. Horse Sand Fort, was retained by the MOD but the remaining three - including Spitbank - were sold as private enterprises.\n\nThe 19th century Spitbank Fort has just one recorded death, but this lonesome spirit is violent and unpredictable.\n\nYvette Fielding and the team investigate ghostly phenomena in the Solent\'s chilly waters.
Match #1: Evan Bourne vs Ted DiBiase\n\nMatch #2: Mark Henry vs Cody Rhodes\n\nMatch #3: Kelly Kelly vs Maryse\n\nMatch #4: for the United States Championship: Kofi Kingston vs The Miz\n\nMatch #5: DX vs The Big Show & Chavo Guerrero\n\nMatch #6: for the WWE Championship: John Cena vs Sheamus\n\nFull Recap\n\nChris Jericho is outside and wants the fans to sign a petition to let him back on Raw.\n\nJohn Cena comes to the ring, sets up a table and talks about how Sheamus won the WWE Championship and that he gets his rematch right now, and he wants it to be a tables match. Sheamus comes down and says that putting Cena through a table is not a challenge and he\'s going to beat Cena one on one and the last image of 2009 will be Sheamus holding the title. Sheamus goes to leave and Cena jumps him and puts Sheamus through the table.\n\nIt\'s time for guest host Timbaland to waste time with the Divas. Josh Matthews interviews Timbaland about what happened between Cena & Sheamus & Timbaland says the match will still happen.\n\nCody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase are talking about the Marine 2 when the meet Randy Orton, who tells them it\'s time to break up Legacy because last week three guys with nothing in common beat them and it seems like they\'re utter failure. Cody wants to know how many times Orton would be champ without them and Ted says Orton should be thanking them. Orton tells them that if they lose their match they will be out of Legacy.\n\nJericho is outside still complaining.\n\nMatch #1: Evan Bourne vs Ted DiBiase. (Randy Orton sat at ringside to watch) DiBiase pins Bourne.\n\nMatch #2: Mark Henry vs Cody Rhodes. Rhodes pins Henry.\n\nJillian is trying to get in to see Timbaland, meanwhile, Triple H is taping Hornswoggle to a skateboard. H wants to know why Shawn is so serious and Shawn is worried about whether Bret Hart will be guest host. Shawn leaves, then H tosses Hornswoggle into Jillian.\n\nMatch #3: Kelly Kelly vs Maryse. Maryse pins Kelly.\n\nJericho is still complaining outside when the Big Show walks up and tells him to let it go.\n\nVince McMahon comes to the ring to address the rumors of Bret Hart being guest host. Vince says that Bret doesn\'t deserve it and will never be guest host. Then Shawn Michaels comes down to tell Vince that he wants The Undertaker at Wrestlemania, but Vince won\'t make the match and Shawn will have to make it happen. Shawn then says prove that he isn\'t afraid of Bret and Vince should bring closure to the animosity and bring Bret Hart back to Raw. Michaels keeps egging on Vince until he relents and says that Bret will be next week\'s guest host.\n\nJosh Matthews interview John Cena, briefly, as Sheamus jumps Cena.\n\nMVP is with Timbaland and Kofi comes in, followed by the Miz and it goes on a long time….really.\n\nMatch #4: Kofi Kingston vs The Miz. Kofi pins Miz.\n\nMatch #4b for the U.S. Championshop: Kofi Kingston vs The Miz. Kofi wins via DQ when Randy Orton attacks him.\n\nJosh Matthews interviews Randy Orton.\n\nMatch #5: DX vs The Big Show & Chavo Guerrero. (Chris Jericho came to ringside with a ticket) H pins Chavo after Chavo gloated about beating up Hornswoggle.\n\nMatch #6 for the WWE Championship: John Cena vs Sheamus. Cena wins via DQ.
The news of King Richard\'s return to England reaches Robin and the gang - and it means one thing; Marian\'s marriage to Gisborne is looming closer. Marian attempts to steal Gisborne\'s money and distribute it to the villagers, Robin tries to find out more about Gisborne\'s crimes. But then tragedy strikes for the Nightwatchman at Locksley Manor...
Los Lonely Boys share their \"Texican rock \'n\' roll\" style (From the ACL Taping Program on October 12, 2006)\n\nOye Mamacita\n\nRoses\n\nTexican Style\n\nMy Way\n\nOutlawsw\n\nThe Gourds blend country, folk, Tex-Mex and Cajun music (From the ACL Taping Program on June 6, 2006)\n\nLower 48\n\nBurn the Honeysuckle\n\nEl Paso\n\nMr. Betty\n\nJesus Christ with Signs Following\n\nDo 4 U
For his first Christmas review, the Nerd decides to review a few unlicensed Bible games for the NES and Super Nintendo. The most obscured game of the bunch would have to be Super Noah\'s Ark 3D. Only cause it\'s the only first person shooter where you get to play as Noah. The game is basically a clone of Wolfenstein 3D which is a better first person shooter to play. The Nerd is confused as to why there are so many goats inside the ark and the reason for Noah to be attacked by goats is a mystery.
COPS from Fontana, CA; Hamilton County, OH; and Brevard County, FL.\n\nThis episode\'s stories feature a high speed chase of a motorcyclist; a routine car stop exposes a stash of drugs in an unusual place; and a domestic argument between a common law couple.
Aiden has trouble coming to terms with his feelings for Ashley. Especially since he is now dating her half sister again. As Aiden tries to make Ashley realize that they were meant to be, Spencer watches as her heart breaks.
A missing millionaire suffering from leprosy comes out of hiding to hire Monk, who soon finds himself in the midst of a shadowy murder plot worthy of a classic Hollywood film noir. Episode originally aired in black and white.
Two floating brains (calling themselves Carl) hire Meatwad to advertise their dilapidated car wash. He is unable to attract customers, so with Shake\'s help, they get Carl to take his car in. The brains wreck his car, gas him, and remove his brain.