Moss ends up becoming a celebrity after he beats all the records on a popular daytime quiz show. Roy tries to explain to an old mate after being mistaken for a window cleaner. Jen finds herself pre-occupied with Douglas' secret head of department meetings.
Jen decides she wants to stretch herself more at work and applies for the post of Entertainment Manager. After discovering that her boss Douglas's business connections have wilder tastes than she planned for, she ends up turning to Moss and Roy for help.
While Connor and Abby try to earn their old positions on the team back, Connor reunites with his old friend Duncan, who leads Connor to a series of homeless killings at a dock area that the team discover are the work of an elusive and deadly Kaprosuchus.
Leela is closing the Laundromat early because she and Chris are going to a party in the neighborhood. Abby appears and wants to help Leela get dressed. She uses rhyme and magic but Leela accidentally gets transformed into a pirate and then into a football player. \n\nAfter Abby says a rhyme that’s really clear about she wants, Leela is finally dressed as a princess with a ball gown, glass slippers and a tiara. Abby decides to give Leela party hair, too, so she recites another rhyming spell. Now her hair tricks aren’t working, either. Leela reminds Abby that she just has to be really clear in her rhyme about what she wants. It works! Abby gives Leela a pretty, fancy hairdo. \n\nChris arrives to walk with Leela to the party, but she has trouble walking in the glass slippers. To help them get to the party, Abby uses a transportation trick. After a few mishaps, she makes a coach appear, just like Cinderella’s. Chris decides he wants to be dressed like Prince Charming but Abby accidentally turns him into a pirate! Chris likes this outfit even better and he and Leela go to the party. Abby loves to help!
Contestants:\n\nMatt Creamer, an editor from New York, New York.\n\nWhitney Manzo, a Ph.D. student in political science from Garland, Texas.\n\nEllen Kimmel, a school nurse from Nanuet, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,200).
Oscar tries to give his mom the worst Grouchy Mother\'s Day ever, but he has keen competition from his sister Bunny. Also: the \"Word on the Street\" features Rachel Griffiths (\"Brothers & Sisters\") discussing the word \"dozen\" with Elmo.
Unearthly visitations... Heavenly messengers... Close encounters... Accounts of humans interacting with celestial beings have existed since the beginning of mankind. Many of these encounters resulted in moral, philosophical and artistic inspirations. But did these contacts involve ethereal beings from heaven or extraterrestrials from other worlds? Are holy books the word of God, or guidebooks passed down by more advanced civilizations? Who told Joan of Arc how to defeat the English Army--saints or extraterrestrials? Could a young boy from India have learned advanced mathematical formulas from a Hindu goddess? What message did an American serviceman receive while touching an alien aircraft? If the Ancient astronaut theory is correct, then are beings from other worlds communicating with us for our benefit... or theirs? Just what is the purpose of these alien contacts?
Keith Lemon, Holly Willoughby, Fearne Cotton and Rufus Hound look back over the highlights of 2010. Clips feature Dermot O\'Leary, Emma Bunton, Jedward, Gino D\'Acampo, Phillip Schofield, Mel B, Katie Price, JLS and many more. Plus there are some brand new sketches featuring the regulars.
Thirty-one-year old Lori has been addicted to sleeping with her blow dryer since she was eight years old. Although she finds the heat and sound comforting, Lori risks the chance of burning her skin severely or worse, starting an electrical fire. \n\nKesha has admitted to eating half a roll of toilet paper everyday. Whether in the car, at the movies, or in a restaurant, Kesha seizes every opportunity to give into her addiction.
Contestants:\n\nEllen Kimmel, a school nurse from Nanuet, New York.\n\nRaghuveer Mukkamalla, an IT analyst from Herndon, Virginia.\n\nMarissa Goldsmith, a web developer from Springfield, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $44,100).
When the locks are blasted off the storage doors in a California town rich in historic Spanish-American culture, our intrepid buyers discover an unusual mannequin phone, a bootlegger\'s moonshine still, and some enticing office equipment. Nice stuff--but is it worth anything?