With midterm elections approaching, John Oliver discusses what happens after the votes are in, how some elected officials might try to negate legitimate election results, and which teletubby would taste best.
TV Show Transcripts
Flynne’s health takes a turn. Wilf visits Flynne in Clanton, deepening their relationship. Flynne learns the truth about her future.
Under intense scrutiny while imprisoned, Cassian makes allies plan an impossible escape.
With midterm elections approaching, John Oliver discusses the issue at the core of many republican attack ads: bail reform.
Flynne and Wilf work together to find Aelita. Meanwhile, Burton takes steps to eliminate a new threat.
The Empire catches up to Cassian, but are as yet unaware of his identity and past.
While mourning a tragic loss, Rhaenyra tries to hold the realm together, and Daemon prepares for war.
Mercenaries raid the family home. Seeking answers, Flynne returns to the headset and learns it is not a game, but a time machine that goes 70 years into the future. Flynne makes a deal with Wilf and Lev and agrees to help find Aelita.
Flynne Fisher is a brilliant gamer who works a dead-end job to support her brother and ailing mother. When her brother enlists her help in an advanced game, Flynne sees something she shouldn’t, bringing danger to the family’s doorstep.
The repercussions of the Aldhani heist reach all the way to Coruscant, while Cassian returns home.
John Oliver discusses the latest round of attacks on transgender rights, what’s at stake, and the filthiest of the “Peanuts” characters.
While Alicent enlists Cole and Aemond to track down Aegon, Otto gathers the great houses of Westeros to affirm their allegiance.
Galadriel and an injured Halbrand arrive in Eregion. Halbrand gives Celebrimbor the idea of forging the mithril with other metals to enhance its strength. Galadriel becomes suspicious and checks into the royal lineages of the Southlands.
With cover from a spectacular local festival, the Aldhani mission reaches a point of no return.
Six years later. With the Driftmark succession suddenly critical, Rhaenyra attempts to strike a bargain with Rhaenys.
John Oliver discusses the outlets that cover crime, the incentives that drive them, the flawed sources they rely upon, and an alternative name for Miss Piggy.
Survivors of a cataclysm try to find safety; the Harfoots confront evil; Durin is torn between friendship and duty; Adar considers a new name.
Cassian must carefully navigate the distrust inherent in being the new member of a secret operation.
John Oliver discusses some of the world’s most prestigious museums, why they contain so many stolen goods, the market that continues to illegally trade antiquities, and a pretty solid blueprint for revenge.
As the families gather on Driftmark for a funeral, Viserys calls for an end to infighting and Alicent demands justice.
Adar and his army march on Ostirith.