Hugh Hefner is the top dog around the Playboy Mansion, but his pup is experiencing some major bullying from the house's newest pet, Hef's girlfriend's Chihuahua Willa. Fortunately for Hef — and his King Charles spaniel Charlie — Dog Whisperer's Cesar Millan has come to the rescue.
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It's no laughing matter when a man in a full clown costume murders the owner of a bakery. Normally, a clown would be easy to spot in New York, but when the CSIs arrive on the scene they discover numerous men dressed in identical clown outfits. Back in the office, things aren't any merrier when Jo's FBI agent ex-husband (David James Elliott) visits. — Tim Holland
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The unexpected arrival of Lois' father and sister (Michael Ironside and Peyton List) means there'll be no time for Lois and Clark to sit back and rest after a turkey dinner. Caught between General Lane's efforts in favor of the vigilante registration act and her soft spot for one particular superhero, Lois is torn between the two men in her life. And when Lucy gets unwittingly involved in a plot by Rick Flagg (Ted Whittall) to kill the General, all thoughts of an uneventful Thanksgiving holiday fly out the window. — Rhoda Charles
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Clark ought to know better than to make Lois aware that he's trying to protect her. But no. His efforts to steer her clear of the Vigilante Registrations Act story results in a declaration from Lois that she can take care of herself. Of course, a flat tire on a lonely stretch of road has her doubting her own words as she finds herself in a dangerous pickle. — Rhoda Charles
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Thus far in an involving Season 7, Allison has swapped personalities with her daughter, played paranormal matchmaker, snooped into the slaying of a missing girl and created surging friction with Scanlon. It's no wonder Allison's starting to feel the heat — literally. Tonight, our psychic soccer mom suffers a burn on her hand, requiring her to get a skin graft. She'll need to get a grip, however, when the injured hand then begins to act on its own. Meanwhile, daughter Bridgette gets a kick out of soccer, but she's hiding a secret about actual role on her soccer squad. — Dean Maurer
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