What’s On? - August 23, 2017
Suddenly Single - On today's show we're delving into people's lives that find themselves suddenly single for multiple reasons. T.D. Jakes helps these guests find hope to restart their lives again.
- A woman left deformed and devastated by a medical condition gets a new nose and a new lease on life. The Doctors debates a new ADHD medication for kids that tastes like candy. Can Botox be addictive? Find out. Plus, go inside the mind of a serial killer with a woman who was obsessed with one for years. The Doctors breaks down how many cups of coffee to drink to reduce your risk of Alzheimer's. Is hitting the gym on the weekend enough to make a difference? Hear what science has to say.
The Healthy Meat You're Not Eating - Dr. Oz reveals a juicy burger that's made from a healthy meat many people aren't having. Then, food journalist Larry Olmsted investigates why this beef alternative is worth trying.
The War Criminal - A high-ranking government official authorizes the arrests and subsequent deportations of over 1,400 Jews to Nazi concentration camps where most of them perish. Plus, Enron, the seventh largest company in America, collapses due to creative accounting practices and greed that leave the company broke.
Old Timer's Day - After being teased for falling asleep while watching a movie, Jeff tries to prove to Audrey he's young and spry and invites her to watch him play softball. While up at bat, a simple sneeze throws his back out, but he insists on playing in the tournament game.
Charlie's New Sex Study Partner - Charlie gets a replacement study partner. Jennifer and Lacey tries to get back at Sean.
Right Place, Right Time - Future Ted tells his children how fate played a major role in his meeting their mother; Barney nears his goal of 200 sexual conquests; the gang stages an intervention when Marshall becomes addicted to charts.
The Chance Who Stole Christmas - Burt wants to be elected the interim Mayor of Natesville so that Virginia will have the honor of plugging in the town Christmas tree. But being mayor turns Burt into a Grinch.
The Italian Job - Melanie feels replaced when the ladies go to her radio cohost (Will Sasso) for advice and Victoria meets J.J.’s (Dan Lauria) family.
Mystery Date: Oscar Edition - When Victoria has to choose between Melanie and Joy for her plus one to the Oscars, they compete with each other to show who's the better friend.
Opie's Newspaper - Opie and his friends decide to start a newspaper. The early issues don't sell well at all (it's little more than a community bulletin board), so to increase sales, the young lads eavesdrop on local conversations and print the gossip in the paper. That starts no end of trouble, and it's up to Andy to set the boys straight.
The Case of the Punch on the Nose - In going through some of the courthouse paperwork, Barney discovers an open case involving Floyd and Charlie Foley where a fight had broken out. He goes out to try to close the books on this case, but the result is more anger and fighting than ever before.
Zoodoo - An autographed collection of presidential memoirs arrives at the shop, as well as a 1950s Robby the Robot toy. Rick also gets the opportunity to buy some elephant manure.
Rocket Man - A rising-star astronaut is murdered at a conference, and suspicion turns toward her married commander and the astronaut whose seat she took on the upcoming mission.
Art - When a museum curator and an art authenticator are found dead in what was set up to look like a murder-suicide, Goren and Eames follow the clues and realize the deaths are linked to the sale of numerous art forgeries. Their investigation hits a dead end when they're unable to locate the forger.
Tagging a Suspect - The explosion of a pickup truck, which killed the driver and injured a passenger is investigated. A tiny piece of plastic and the size of a grain of sand led investigators to the culprit.
Life After Death: Do Miracles Really Happen? - Miracle or fact? On this episode, Bishop Jakes talks to fascinating people with unbelievable stories...things most people would call a miracle. A woman who's heart stopped for 45 minutes after she gave birth to her baby daughter and survived. A 12 year old girl who fell 30 feet into a hallowed out tree and came out cured of her disease. An 8 year old boy who was the first recipient to receive a double hand transplant. This episode will fascinate, intrigue and open a discussion with our community
The Set Up - When Russell discovers Timmy has a sister, he aims to impress. Meanwhile, Jeff and Audrey set their neighbor Liz up on a date.
Aw Shucks! - Items brought to the shop include an 80-year-old carnival Big Six wheel, which Rick and the seller spin to come to an agreement on a purchase price, a white metal coin from George Washington's 1799 funeral, with a hole drilled into it that bothers Rick, and whose apparent age worries the Old Man, a flax bow totem from a Native American craftshop in Wyoming, a copy of the 1900s Coca Cola advertisement Drink Coca Cola 5 cents featuring model Hilda Clark, and a hand-cranked corn husker.