What’s On? - July 26, 2017
The Coffee Lover's Diet - Is a cup of joe just as good, if not better, than blueberries? Good news for coffee lovers. See the brews with the most benefits. Then, black, sweet, or with creamer? See what your favorite cup of coffee says about your personality.
The Makeover Murder - In Pleasant Grove, Utah, former beauty queen Michele MacNeill, married to prominent surgeon Martin MacNeill, raises their eight children. At her husband's urging, she gets a facelift. On April 11, 2011, her husband and six-year-old daughter find her dead in the bathtub. Five years later - due to his suspicious daughters' persistence - a toxicology report reveals lethal levels of painkillers. Police arrest Dr. MacNeill, and a trial, his dark side comes out: an affair with the nanny, his childhood
Catering - Brenda asks Audrey and Jeff to help cater an event but Jeff is the hit of the party.
Charlie's Patient Gets Out of Jail - Charlie and his ex, Jennifer, are having an issue with how he still tries to manage her life. Charlie gets a visit from Cleo who was released from prison on parole, Jennifer then decides to get back at Charlie by dating him.
The Best Burger In New York - With help from Regis Philbin, the still-unemployed Marshall determines to locate the best hamburger in New York City; Barney’s company buys Goliath National Bank.
The Last Christmas - Virginia is convinced that the apocalypse is near and she prepares her family for the end of the world. Meanwhile, Jimmy tries to give Hope the best Christmas he can; and Maw Maw has a few things on her bucket list that she needs to cross off.
Method Man - Melanie lies to Alec in order to hide his feelings for him, saying she's dating actor Emmett Lawson (Alan Dale), who stars with Victoria in the Woody Allen movie, while Victoria herself has trouble decoding Emmett's method acting personality. Meanwhile, Joy tries to fit in with the much younger college crowd, with which Elka isn't helping in the least.
GILFS - In an attempt to cover up their money laundering scheme, Elka and Mamie Sue (Georgia Engel) scheme up a fake company and trick Joy into being their spokesperson. Meanwhile, Melanie attempts to break in to Alec's apartment to erase her text messages from his phone, and after a tabloid rumor spreads that she and Emmet (Alan Dale) are dating, Victoria finds she might actually have real feelings for him.
What's Behind The Door? - Victoria enlists the help of Melanie (as a writer), Joy (as a hair stylist), and Elka (as an actor) and assembles members of the cast of The Edge of Tomorrow to continue the series. Though it proves easier said than done, as she feuds with the show's creator, deals with the demands of the few sponsors, and encounters the physical changes of the cast members over the past few years.
Guns Blazing - An incredibly rare gun in the shape of a 9-shot LeMat revolver arrives at the store. A tyre signed by legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt and a Donkey Kong handheld game are also brought to the store.
The Good - Logan and Barek investigate a troubled young man named Kevin Colemar after his parents are found murdered in their suburban home. Kevin initially believes that drug dealers named Big Lennie and Ray-Ray may have done the murders, but Carson Laird, a Nassau cop, soon tricks Kevin, who cannot remember the night in question, into confessing to the murder. It all seems cut and dried, but Logan and Barek just can't shake the feeling that the kid is innocent. Deakins spends his last two weeks on the jo
Abel and Willing - A psychologist conducts unimaginable field experiments asking his human test subjects to make the impossible choice, but Detectives Nichols and Stevens are even more surprised by the man's inspiration.
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Buyer's Remorse - Jennifer (Bianca Kajlich) and Adam (Oliver Hudson) attempt to practice fiscal responsibility as they consider buying their apartment. Audrey (Megyn Price) and Jeff (Patrick Warburton) offer to write their letter of recommendation, but end up making matters worse when they have a run-in with the landlady. Meanwhile Russell (David Spade) is forced to find a new dive when a waitress at the diner turns out to be one of his scorned ex-lovers.