Rue pursues a new business venture as she helps forge a friendship between Jules and Elliot. Cassie settles into a routine, while Lexi pours herself into mounting a school play. Maddy considers getting back together with Nate, and Cal finds a target.
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Maya pushes back on Marty’s plan for Omar. Ruth pursues the hipster heroin market. Wendy tries to raise $150 million. The new sheriff causes problems.
Marty and Wendy wrestle with a problematic offer. Ruth goes out on her own, Jonah rebels, and Omar’s nephew makes his presence known.
An interview with a sick child hits Tony hard. Later, he makes a decision about Lisa’s insurance money and joins his friends at the town fair.
Anne gives Tony some advice on moving forward, Emma crosses paths with an old friend, Matt suffers a health scare, and James stands up for himself.
Matt searches for a sport at which he can beat Tony, Lenny asks Tony to be his best man, and Kath has dinner with a persnickety teacher.
Tony takes a trip with Matt to honor his father. James has second thoughts about his new living arrangements. Tony helps Kath score a date.
The Tambury Gazette welcomes a gloomy new staffer. Meanwhile, Kath visits a psychic, and a restless James makes plans for his future.
Tony, who continues to keep Emma at arm’s length, reluctantly agrees to go to Matt’s house for a round of drinks. Brian bumps into a familiar face.
Clark opens up to Lois about his ongoing struggle with visions and admits that there is only one person who might be able to help; tensions being to rise with Lois and Chrissy; Sarah breaks plans with Jordan to spend time with Natalie.
Boba Fett partners with Fennec Shand.
As the semester kicks off, Jules questions Rue and Elliot’s new friendship. While Cal hunts for answers, Nate makes a tough decision. The lines between fantasy and reality begin to blur as Kat ponders her relationship, and Maddy contemplates the decision to end hers.
Inners and Belters fight side by side with the crew of the Rocinante in a last, massive, desperate battle with Marco and his Free Navy, with the fate of the Solar System, the Ring Gates, and of all humanity hanging in the balance.
Lois and Clark struggle as a couple; Chrissy adjusts to running The Smallville Gazette with Lois; Jonathan faces new challenges on the football team; secrets threaten to destroy Jordan and Sarah’s growing relationship.
John Oliver discusses The Da Vinci Code: the book, the film, and, for some reason, the cultural phenomenon.
Boba Fett must deal with two very different threats.
Rue and Jules cross paths for the first time since Christmas as East Highland rings in the new year.
Peter has an accident that leaves him with a high-pitched voice, so Jesus helps him fend off the other choir boys; Stewie becomes attracted to Lois’ masculine physique.
Louise discovers that Mr. Frond’s plan to have the students evaluate the teachers shifts the balance of power from the teachers to the children; Bob and Linda can’t agree on their final resting place.
Over the Christmas holiday, Jules reflects on the year.
In the aftermath of being left by Jules at the train station and relapsing, the first special episode follows Rue (played by Emmy®-winner Zendaya) as she celebrates Christmas.