Frank starts a booming import-export business. Fiona considers moving into her own place after Ford shows her a side of Chicago she\'s never seen. Meanwhile, Lip interviews new sponsors, Ian confronts a pastor trying to \"pray the gay away\" and Debbie deals with being unemployed while looking for a way to afford school and raise Franny.
After Tim and Jennifer discuss their future together, Jennifer tricks Monique into shopping for engagement rings. The competition to manage Miss Robbie\'s Hamburger Heaven hits a boiling point, and Mathew Knowles surprises Tim with more than just a visit.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May attempt to show what would happen if The Grand Tour made a completely unscripted film with no pre-arranged locations, no set-up stunts, and no planned incidents.
Dianna announces she will be taking only five Dancing Dolls to a national competition at the end of the season; Rittany and Dana plan to throw a slumber party that seconds as a dancing workshop, but not everyone is on the invite list.
Rob Brydon hosts the award-winning comedy panel show with David Mitchell and Lee Mack as the lightning-quick team captains. Over the course of the show, celebrity guests reveal amazing stories about themselves, some of which are true and some of which are not. The aim of the game is to fool the opposition into mistaking fact for fiction and fiction for fact.\n\nThe guests on this episode are Steve Davis, Craig Parkinson, Sara Pascoe and Claudia Winkleman.
JD gives the young artists a lesson on teamwork and throws them into the center of the ring at the UniverSoul Circus; Lil Bri steps into the leadership role; Jordan\'s constant battle with memorization takes a toll on the group.
Business is booming at the Penrose a year after Leo\'s death, but there is trouble in store for the two women running things. Gina is left reeling when two men from her past reappear - one welcome, one not at all - while a frustrated Sam decides to show initiative personally and professionally, with potentially disastrous consequences.
While Daphne gathers the power she needs to launch her accelerator test, civil unrest breaks out in town when Paolo refuses to open the bar, and a mob pursues Roman, Landis, Jimmy and the McGrath-Dufresnes.
Our heroes are curious about the origins (and sleep habits) of Principal Samson Oak’s partner Komala. After telling the students how they met, Samson shows off Komala’s impressive skill at battling in its sleep!\n\nThey get another lesson in sleep when Jigglypuff shows up at the Pokémon School! As always, its song makes everyone sleep, and they wake with angry scribbles on their faces…everyone except Komala. That gives Samson an idea…\n\nWhen Jigglypuff returns, Komala joins it in song. This makes Jigglypuff fall asleep, and Komala doodles on its face! Rather than being grumpy when it wakes up, Jigglypuff seems to think this is hilarious. Komala has a new friend!
Michael trains his coworkers how to hold a dog who can\'t hold it, and at the AT&T store, Michael shows off a new way to lighten the load. Plus, a man can vanish into a manhole, but the whole hole can\'t vanish, right?!
Carol is devastated to learn that her parents are getting a divorce after 70 years of marriage. Katie, still hurting from her breakup with Jeremy, is convinced that love is dead, but Carol is determined to prove that it\'s never too late to have a happy ending. Meanwhile, Chuck discovers that the reason for Justin\'s newfound happiness is the cute new barista at the coffee shop and proceeds to compete for her affection at the expense of his and Justin\'s friendship.
Lisa Gaudenzi vanishes without a trace before reporting for U.S. Army officer training, and her husband claims she ran off with a lover; nearly 15 years later, a person from Gaudenzi\'s past surfaces to help solve the mystery of what happened to her.