Tommy gets involved in a power game with fascists, freedom fighters and Boston gangsters. As the players plan to double cross him, Tommy visits an old ally in Camden.
John Oliver explains why it’s so difficult to be exonerated for a wrongful conviction, even when there’s compelling evidence to prove your innocence, and how we can correct the state’s mistakes. Other segment: 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
As long as sex work has existed, so have efforts to end it. John Oliver explains why criminalizing the trade hasn’t helped the most vulnerable people involved, and why we should start listening to those at the center of the conversation: sex workers.
Bob and Linda are invited to a Valentine’s Day dinner at a fancy restaurant on Kingshead Island; the kids attempt to get past Jen the babysitter so they can have cheap Valentine’s Day candy.
Lois takes Quagmire to her high school reunion instead of Peter; the rest of the family tries to cover up a pizza delivery man’s death.
Tommy sets off to North America, where the end of Prohibition brings new opportunities. But he faces new danger from an old adversary who is finally making his move.
Snippets of memory collide with the present and future.
John Oliver explains what critical race theory is, what it isn’t, and why we can expect to hear more about it in the coming months.
Art imitates life as the East Highland crew watches their complicated dynamics reflected in Lexi’s long-awaited play. Meanwhile, Fezco gets ready to attend.
As relationships with mothers are tested, Rue tries to recover. Nate enjoys his newfound freedom.
Boba Fett and Fennec Shand face an escalating conflict.
Fate has a way of catching up with those who try to outrun it.
Mysteries are explored and Boba Fett learns new information.
At Maddy’s birthday party, relationships are celebrated and questioned. Jules turns to Elliot for advice. Cal takes a trip down memory lane.
An unexpected ally emerges.
While Wilford emphasizes his rule aboard his icy train, Layton’s pirate train continues its dangerous quest for warm spots, and comes across something entirely unexpected.
The FBI’s long-awaited meeting with Omar takes place. Wyatt shares some news with Ruth. Feeling betrayed, Javi gets aggressive.
Marty is tasked with proving Omar wasn’t involved with a bombing. Wendy pays a visit to the Lazy-O Motel. Ruth and Wyatt make a plan.
The Senator extends an olive branch–with a twist. Ruth and Marty scramble to rebuy the drugs Darlene sold. Charlotte ponders life after high school.
Wendy’s claims about Ben anger Ruth. Mel the P.I. tracks down Wendy’s father. Ruth’s trip to the Missouri Belle with Kerry doesn’t go as planned.
Maya and Omar meet face-to-face. Wendy has a contentious business meeting. Ruth goes behind Darlene’s back. Jonah finds a new place to set up shop.