John Oliver discusses environmental racism, how both government and industry are failing people of color, and pandas.
John Oliver discusses the tactics that can make police interrogations so damaging, particularly for the innocent, and why he’s more of a Lorelai than a Rory.
Mark is promoted to lead a team who’ve had their memories surgically divided between their work and personal lives.
John Oliver discusses how much data brokers know about us, what they’re doing with our personal information, and one….unusual way to change privacy laws.
John Oliver explains how truck drivers get paid, how they often don’t, and how companies exploit them to increase profits.
Lois becomes addicted to painkillers prescribed for Brian after he gets hurt. Peter’s ping pong table becomes the hot spot in the neighborhood.
John Oliver discusses why overdoses in the U.S. have been on the rise and what we should, and shouldn’t, be doing to prevent them.
Louise, Millie, and Rudy plot revenge on a teacher after feeling slighted during a special Ancient Greece unit; Bob gets his own room.
Tommy establishes a connection between crime and political power that could alter the course of history. He also receives life-changing news from an unexpected source.
Meg is invigorated by her new role as a getaway driver, Meanwhile, Quagmire can’t rid himself of the hiccups and implores Peter to kill him.
Faced with devastating news, Tommy goes on a quest to discover who it was that placed a curse on his family. In Birmingham, Ada takes charge, and Arthur takes on some new recruits
Gene reluctantly agrees to star in a music video for Courtney; Teddy and Linda are obsessed with a mysterious customer at the restaurant.
The Griffins present their versions of three HBO shows: “Game of Thrones”, “Succession” and “Big Little Lies”.
John Oliver explains why concert tickets are so expensive, who’s making money off of them, and which One Direction is his favorite.
Peter hires the town’s new lawyer, Brick Baker, to represent him in litigation against his new neighbor… who turns out to be Brick. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie become lobstermen and save Rupert from the perils of the deep.
Teddy is forced to face his past when Linda encourages him to attend a farewell ceremony for the ship on which he served in the Navy.
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.