On Terminus, Salvor witnesses how powerful the null field has become. Brother Dawn makes a daring choice.
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The Task Force races to locate a Blacklister who uses any means necessary to return what has been unjustly stolen. Ressler asks Park for a favor. Cooper tries to piece together an event for which he has no memory.
Stewie fears he has a terminal case of “cooties”; Peter enjoys Bonnie’s cooking.
Louise and Mr. Fischoeder engage in a battle of wits when the Belcher kids take part in a beach clean-up for Wagstaff Volunteer Day; Teddy surprises Bob and Linda with his new look.
John Oliver discusses the current state of the nation’s power grid, why it needs fixing, and, of course, how fun balloons are.
A new case involving stolen artifacts reunites Red with a former Blacklister. Aram faces a difficult decision.
Dr. Park and Dr. Murphy treat an elderly Asian man brought to St. Bonaventure by his daughter after being the victim of a hate crime. In addition, Lea goes behind Shaun’s back to help raise his negative patient satisfaction scores.
With homelessness increasing nationwide, John Oliver takes a look at the way we discuss the unhoused, what policy failures are making the problem worse, and how we can help. Other segments: Build Back Better Act. Guest: George Clooney
The Anacreons and their hostages board the fabled Invictus warship. The bond between Brother Dawn and Azura intensifies.
A kidnapping poses a test for the capabilities of the Task Force as they contend with a mysterious pirating organization.
Dr. Shaun Murphy and the team treat a young girl whose father’s personal research complicates their treatment plans. Meanwhile, Dr. Park, Dr. Reznick and Dr. Lim’s patient refuses a life-saving lung transplant despite having a family donor.
Peter and Quagmire mimic each other’s behavior when they accidentally switch underwear; Stewie and Doug agree to commit each other’s murders.
Gene freaks out about growing up and tries to stay young; Linda considers trying the new hair salon next to the restaurant, but fears the wrath of her hairdresser-slash-friend Gretchen.
John Oliver discusses Taiwan’s history of being governed by other countries, its fraught present-day relationship with China, and what its citizens would like their future to look like. Other segments: Police resignations due to COVID-19 related precautions
Brother Day meets Zephyr Halima-a would-be leader who opposes the Empire. Brother Dusk grows suspicious of Brother Dawn.
In the two years following Elizabeth Keen’s death, Reddington and the task force have disbanded, with Red’s whereabouts unknown; but when one of their own is injured in the line of duty, they are drawn back together to bring down a global conspiracy.
Richard recruits Meredith and Bailey to help him launch a new program. Meanwhile, Addison’s patient has complications from a procedure, and Jo helps a woman who goes into premature labor.
Bob goes on a road trip with Teddy; Linda and the kids compete to be Employee of the Day.
Peter’s nostalgia for the ’80s compels him to recreate iconic movie scenes from that decade; Stewie competes with Doug to retrieve a frisbee from the top of the jungle gym.
A flashback reveals the origins of Gaal’s conflict between faith and science. The standoff on Terminus takes an unfortunate turn.
Baba and Edo lead their armies into an epic battle that builds to an intense face-off between the brothers.