The reanimated cremains of host James Corden welcomes the next 6 totally famous undercover celebrities—this time disguised as Broccoli, OxyContin® Bottle, Racist Caricature That We’ve Had to Blur Out During Editing, Robot, Grampa, and Hot Dog—as they face off in the second dessert battle of the season! Broccoli and the Racist Caricature each made a … Continue reading The Masked Chef, “Two Sugars…Please”
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Young Sheldon, “Senior-bazinga-itis”
The Young Sheldon is excited for his senior year, but his ego takes a big hit when he discovers that the new kid Young Larry is, perhaps, even smarter at physics than he is! As the two compete for the affection of their teacher, they accidentally create a time vortex that transports them all the … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “Senior-bazinga-itis”
Gummi Bears Bounce Back, Disney+ Exclusive
Bouncing straight to Disney+ is a brand new Gummi Bears adventure. The bears you remember are back, but this time, they’re all grown up and totally self aware! Cubbi (voiced by Chris Pratt) is now a thirty-something living in a disaster of a bachelor pad. Sunni (voiced by Zendaya) stops by his flophouse to inform … Continue reading Gummi Bears Bounce Back, Disney+ Exclusive
Young Sheldon, “I Accuse My Bazingas!”
It’s a new school year, which means it’s parent-teacher night! The Young Sheldon is excited to show off his new teachers to his parents, but there’s just one problem: his alcoholic father shows up completely drunk! His dad’s drunken antics cause Young Sheldon’s classmates to laugh at him, hold him upside down, and shake out … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “I Accuse My Bazingas!”
The Masked Chef, “Blind Bake”
The first 6 totally famous undercover celebrities—Barnacle, Toothpaste, Dog, Ground Beef, Toilet, and Disaffected Youth—must face off in the Certified Organic Culinary Kitchen in the most intense amateur cooking competition in the world! These 6 real celebrities must prepare a show-stopping dessert for the panel judges (Ken Jeong, Ruben Studdard, Carmen Electra, and Sandra Lee) … Continue reading The Masked Chef, “Blind Bake”
Big Bang Theory, “The Age Acceleration”
The Big Bang Gang™ meets up for brunch, they are shocked to discover something about their cloned friend Sheldmond—he is quickly becoming an old man. Amy argues that they should scrap the clone and print up a new one, while the Potato Penny argues that Sheldmond is perfect the way he is. While the friends … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Age Acceleration”
Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”
Young Sheldon tries to become one of the rebellious cool kids in an attempt to get in close with Becky Liebowicz. The ragtag pack of hooligans agree to allow Young Sheldon into their group only if he climbs the water tower and sprays some graffiti. When Young Sheldon gets up there, his pack of would-be-friends … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “All Along the Bazinga Tower”
Big Bang Theory, “The Sportsball Exhibition”
Howard receives tickets to a football game from his boss at work, and forces his friends to go with him. Raj finds himself strangely engaged with the game, and gets into a fight with fan from the opposing team. Leonard struggles to figure out the rules to the game, and makes fun of everyone around … Continue reading Big Bang Theory, “The Sportsball Exhibition”
Young Sheldon, “A Case of the Bazingas”
It’s the day of the big science fair, and Young Sheldon is all prepared to win the day. There’s just one thing—Young Sheldon woke up with a horrible illness. Forced to get some bed rest by his mother, Young Sheldon schemes to sneak out of bed and make it to the science fair…just as soon … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “A Case of the Bazingas”
Kevin Can Wait, “Like Father-In-Law, Like Kevin”
Kevin’s grasp on reality continues to crumble as he hears grumbling in the basement. When he grabs his pistol and heads down, he discovers an old man (played by guest star Jerry Stiller) who claims to be his father-in-law.
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Friday College Football, ESPN The Washington State Cougars take on the USC Trojans in a game that is certain to be called football. The Cougs have the home field advantage, which means that if they manage to outscore the Trojans, and if the sacrifice has appeased the great old ones, they should win the victory. … Continue reading Coming up next… (Sep. 29-Oct. 1)
Young Sheldon, “The Birds and the Bazingas”
As health class begins its unit in sexual education, Young Sheldon discovers that there is a lot he doesn’t know about his body. An older classmate shows him some Playboy magazines, then shoves them in Young Sheldon’s briefcase when the Vice Principal walks by. Young Sheldon must now find a way to conceal and dispose … Continue reading Young Sheldon, “The Birds and the Bazingas”
Kevin Can Wait, “Love Me Tindr”
With Donna back home in the body of the family dog, Kevin decides to seek out some human companionship. Kendra tells Kevin about the dating app Tindr, where upon he discovers a date that he suspects to be the specter of Amelia Earhart.
Big Bang Theory, “The Friend Regeneration”
The Big Bang Gang™ grows bored without Sheldon's bazingas, prompting Amy to grow a clone from her cooler full of Sheldon DNA samples. Amy and the Potato Penny teach the fresh clone Sheldmond how to act more like Sheldon, while Howard, Raj, and Leonard get stuck in an elevator.
MasterChef Senior, “Meat the Press”
The competition is down to the final 8 retirement home cooks after several contestants mysteriously went missing. In today’s challenge, the remaining retirees must cook a MasterChef-worthy dish from the mystery basket full of aged mystery meat. The bottom three then face an elimination challenge involving Cubano sandwiches made with fresh "pork".