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On Monday's episode of The Event, doctors work to pinpoint the cause of the mystery illness afflicting the survivors of Avias 514, as the White House attempts to negotiate with the increasingly erratic Thomas. Simon asks Sophia to reconsider her loyalty to Thomas. Sean and Collier make headway in the search for Leila — and Vicky and Carter — in Texas.
Community creator Dan Harmon knows that "Modern Warfare," Season 1's action-movie-spoofing paintball episode set a new standard for the show, and he's not daunted by trying to top it.
"The camera doesn't necessarily have to stay on campus this season," Harmon tells TVGuide.com. And in Thursday's episode (8/7c on NBC), it won't, as Greendale's study group goes to outer space — sort of.
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Facing stiff competition from a rival community college that is about to launch a simulated space program, Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) forces the study group to pre-emptively stage Greendale's own space simulation. Abed (Danny Pudi) and Troy (Donald Glover) take the lead in a satire of Apollo 13 and other space movies when the simulator is towed away with everyone but Abed locked inside...
Welcome to Week 4. Before we begin, I have to ask: Does anyone else miss singing along to the old opening? "What have you done today..." It's catchy.
The episode begins with a temptation challenge filled with tons of cupcakes. Alison, always the bearer of bad news, tells the players that there will be both a yellow line and a red line at the weigh-in. Fall below the red, and you're automatically out.
As Undercovers' skilled CIA agent-Steven Bloom fanboy Bill Hoyt, Ben Schwartz knows how to lighten the mood no matter what serious international crisis his character may face. Behind the scenes, Schwartz is a comedy writer who won an Emmy for penning Hugh Jackman's opening number at the Oscars. He talked with TVGuide.com about what's coming up for Hoyt, doing his own stunts and finding room for improv in the spy world...
On Monday's episode of The Event, Sean and Collier learned more about Vicky's complicated identity. Leila escaped, but she's not safe yet. The White House's interrogation of Sophia was made more urgent when a biological threat to the confused, agitated — and recently reanimated — passengers of Avian 514 surfaced. It also became clear that Carter and Vicky have a boss, who is quite possibly played by Hal Holbrook. Menacing!
The verdict is in: Outlaw is out.
NBC has moved the first-year legal drama starring Jimmy Smits to Saturdays at 8/7c, according to Variety. Production on the series had already been halted last week after...