A desperate Bill tries to ferry Warlow away from the faerie plain, but Sookie is having none of it. Meanwhile, Eric arrives at vamp camp, looking to inflict serious human damage. In Bon Temps, friends and family take emotional turns remembering a fallen neighbor. Bill feels the pull of Lilith’s sirens.
Sookie faces a major dilemma in deciding whether to broker a deal between Warlow and Bill. Over in vamp camp, Jason gets to know Violet, while Sarah goes to extremes to keep Tru Blood flowing. Alcide makes a decision that will impact the futures of Nicole and Sam.
Eric pledges loyalty to Bill as a last resort to save Nora. A tragedy close to home forces Sam to ignore the warnings of Alcide and return to Bon Temps. Jessica shows her gratitude to James, a prisoner.
Wanting to finally learn the truth about her past Sookie recruits Lafayette to summon her parents while Warlow relives the events that led him back to Lilith after thousands of years, Eric and Tara attempt to rescue Pam.
Sookie confronts her growing attraction to the mysterious Ben. Eric counters Burrell’s brutal anti-vampire initiatives by hitting his nemesis where it hurts the most. Growing up all too quickly, Andy’s faerie daughters end up keeping dangerous company. Sam and Nicole make a connection. Bill tasks Takahashi to synthesize a new kind of blood.
Eric is irate about Burrell's aggression towards vampires; Bill enlists an innovator to synthesize a new type of blood; Sookie begins to learn why Warlow is after her; Sam receives unexpected help from Nicole; Steve Newlin struggles with his past.
Jason and Sookie meet a long-lost relative; Tara is victimized by a new government weapon; Eric attempts to thwart the governor's anti-vampire initiatives; Sookie is drawn to a stranger; Alcide and Martha confront Sam about Emma's future.
A group flees the Authority compound in the wake of Bill's reincarnation; Sam, Luna and Emma evade guards; Alcide learns about the packmaster job; Andy parents newborn human-faerie hybrids; Governor Truman Burrell vows open season on vampires.
The Mock the Week team are back with their traditional half-hour of seasonal silliness.\n\nAs well as all the usual hilarious Christmas chat covering everything from exploding chutney to inappropriate moose behaviour, the team have promised festive films, revealing out-takes and a wrapping master class from Dara O\'Briain. Guests include Josh Widdicombe, Milton Jones, Ed Byrne, Stewart Francis and Katherine Ryan.
Contestants:\n\nReggie Austin, an actor from Culver City, California\n\nAlyson Murray, a server from Boston, Massachusetts\n\nJerry Slowik, a writer from Arlington Heights, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $71,900)\n\nJerry Slowik game 4.
They\'re on to us.\n\nFeatured videos: “Andrew” song by Jonwayne – \"Jelly Wobbler” short film by Nik Ramage – Robot footage provided by Diginfo – “Blinding” song by Zach Schimpf – “Ants In My Scanner” short film by François Vautier – “Robogran” animated short by Cyriak Harris – “Kill Your Co-Workers” song by Flying Lotus – \"Kill Your Co-Workers\" music video by Beeple – “Michael” animation by Space Shower Networks Inc – “God Knox” animated short by KOKOFREAKBEAN – “Boss Wave” song by Xilent – \"Boss Wave\" music video by Kristofer Ström – “Ostrich Copter” short film by Pricordia supplied by Viral Spiral – “Raw Data” animated short by Jake Fried – \"Big Dog Beta” short film by Pantless Knights – “Dental Fur” song by Freesha – “Drawing Apparatus” short film by Robert Howsare – “AI vs. AI” short film by Igor Labutov and Jason Yosinski – “Aerial Technology Demo Reel” footage by Uncage The Soul – stock footage provided by iStock
Ziggy\'s makes a terrifying discovery which tears his world apart. John Paul is concerned for Finn\'s safety, and Tilly is left to make a difficult decision, but what - or who - will she pick? And Dodger gets a nasty shock when he receives a malicious email.
On 6 June 1971, Hughes Airwest Flight 706 collides with a United States Marine Corps (USMC) jet fighter above the San Gabriel Mountains. A total of 50 people from the two aircraft are killed, with the backseat crewman of the USMC aircraft the only survivor.
This trip, Guy\'s diving into all kinds of classic comfort foods. In Kansas City, Mo., the real deal chef serving up his dressed-up version of comfort food with dishes like chicken pot pie and steamed mussels. In Franklin, Tenn., the southern spot crankin\' out comfort food favorites like jambalaya, chargrilled oysters and the regional favorite hot chicken. And near the airport in Nashville, the food truck turned deli keepin\' it funky with all kinds of homemade soups, salads and even some graffiti.
Fraser begins to vent his frustration as he learns of Freddie\'s underhand tactics, while Jason\'s suspicions of Sinead increases. Will he realise the reason behind her secrecy? Meanwhile, Finn tells Tony and Diane that he wants to see his daughter, and Ruby disguises her loneliness by turning to an unlikely source.
Series six comes to an end in traditional style with the End of Season Party. Once again, Rick Edwards is the host and chief interrogator of the whole cast, including Spencer, Jamie, Lucy, Phoebe and Mark-Francis.\n\nExpect revelations, maybe some singing by Andy, and the exclusive world premiere of epic feature Game of Sloanes.
Ziggy is desperate to win back the love of his life, but his plan backfires in a way he hadn\'t quite expected. Tom is overwhelmed by the Osbornes\' birthday gift to him, and Esther takes matters into her own hands. Elsewhere, Robbie and Finn make a bet that ends in disaster.
Cynthia and NeNe disagree over certain parenting skills. Cynthia reveals that she is worried about Noelle. Porsha and Kenya bond over both wanting children. Porsha receives some wisdom from NeNe. Kenya attempts to make peace with Phaedra
The team from Finding Bigfoot travel around the world to Nepal in search of the infamous Yeti. They visit monasteries with Yeti relics, talk to firsthand witnesses and travel into the dense forests of the Himalayas. Will they succeed in finding evidence?
One chef gets put in a sticky situation when their pot sticker wrappers are doused in honey. Then, two chefs get up close and personal when they are forced to share ingredients to create their best peanut butter and jelly. And in a climatic conclusion, it\'s fresh versus frozen when a chef must harvest their shrimp from a block of ice.
To stop the attacks on Chris, Sawamura reverts back to his original pitching form while maintaining the wall against the dangerous Naoyuki Zaizen. The results not only improve Sawamura\'s speed, but they start putting pressure on Zaizen and reveal an injury he had earlier. With Chris and Zaizen being of equal strength now, the momentum swings back to Seido. After 3 innings Chris and Sawamura are pulled from the game. The game concludes and the Coach calls everyone together. Two players are moved up to the varsity team, and many third years have their hearts broken. While Chris isn\'t brought up to play, he is brought up as a manager for the varsity team.
Bo’s friends are having too much fun celebrating the Yule to realize that she\'s gone missing. But when the night starts repeating itself, Bo makes it her mission to stop it. Meanwhile, Lauren and Dyson disagree over a mysterious package addressed to Bo.
In Washington, Gabe Rygaard is in over his head when a logging legend bails him out of trouble and gets him back in the race for King Of the Mountain. Down in Louisiana, Shelby and old friend Mike Chatellier use brute force to pull two of the biggest logs they have ever seen. With the Kraken injured, the Dreadknots bring in a new diver to brave the muddy waters of the Withlacoochee, but she soon finds out river logging isn\'t easy. Down on the Saint John\'s River, the Chapman team is pulling ahead, but a log poacher needs to be caught and Jeter is just the guy to do it.
Woody, Quinn, Baxter and Rick have finally made their way back to the UK, although being home is anything but sweet. Picking up where they left off is not an option and, depressed and directionless, the boys feel out of place, no more so than at Baxter’s daughter’s wedding – where a scuffle breaks out. Rick, however, has a solution that could pocket them two million euros apiece and turn everything around. Of course, nothing ever goes according to plan for these four.
Jonathan Ross presents a special festive edition of his show with guests Sir David Attenborough, comedian John Bishop, actor Ray Winstone, farmer Jimmy Doherty and chef Jamie Oliver who will be preparing a seasonal feast live in the studio. Music is provided by Rizzle Kicks.
Legend has it that Egyptian treasure was discovered in a Grand Canyon cave in 1909. Against the beautiful backdrop of America\'s most grandiose natural spectacle, Scott Wolter embarks on a search to find out whether the legend is true. Along the way, he investigates legends of more caves found throughout the U.S. where similar rumors of buried Egyptian treasure persist. Examining artifacts, climbing into caves and separating fact from fiction and fake artifacts from the real deal, Scott Wolter comes out of this adventure with a clear opinion on whether Egyptians really did bury treasure in America long ago.
Freddie and Stuart are throwing a Christmas Day celebration for their friends with a little help from their young neighbor; with Ash cooking dinner and Stuart organizing the party games, everyone seems set for a fun time.
It\'s beautiful dredging weather, but things are ugly. The Pomrenkes swallow their pride and ask megadredger Hank for help to get their pinned barge operating again. Zeke demands Emily pay up or give up her dredge. The Kellys fight off claim jumpers.
With a loved one in danger, will Freddie sell his soul to the devil? Desperate to save her relationship, Sinead is landed with a sickening ultimatum, and a lovesick Ziggy is given hope, but can Ruby really forgive him? Holly and Jason try to overcome their awkwardness, and Fraser makes an arrangement that could prove very costly for one villager…
Can Freddie reach his loved one in time to save them from their deadly fate? And can he convince Mercedes to part with her cash for the sake of her life? Sinead is faced with the prospect of losing Freddie forever, and tries to come to a decision. Carmel is devastated by Jim\'s callous approach, and Ruby opens up about Frankie\'s betrayal to an unlikely source.