WELCOME BACK!Every pot has a lid, right? Well Herb's lid, Lucille, is on the loose!! That's right, it's the return of the fantastically funny Edie McClurg as Lucille Tarlek!! Want tunes? We've got Elvis, Old Blue Eyes, Eddie Money and J. Geils!! Want drama...pathos...DIP?? We've got that, TOO!! Lucille wants a divorce and she's booted Herb from their happy home. Herb winds up sleeping on the bullpen couch...then at Johnny's place...and if we're not careful Art's gonna wind up tearing his whole house down. Grab a Pina Colada and let's head over to Johnny's pad. Oh, hold on...here comes some shag carpet, Lenny Bruce and a whole bunch of free drinks! If you've ever wanted to visit the King Kong Lounge, this is the time, fellow babies!! Spritz yourself with a little Brut, make sure some chest hair is showing, and hit "play"...it's the best decision you'll make all night, gorgeous (wink-wink).WATCH ALONG DETAILS...[Want to watch along with us? It's a blast!! We highly recommend the 'Shout Factory' boxed DVD set of the entire WKRP series. For reasons you'll have to listen to in the "Prolog" episode, all streaming versions of the original "WKRP in Cincinnati" have had the original music cues removed. Generic music beds and stings were used in place of the original music for the syndicated version of the series. 'Shout Factory' has been able to restore an estimated 85% of all WKRP music cues to the original "as-aired" content for their DVD release. They've also restored scenes that had been cut to shorten episodes for syndication. The original eps ran 25 minutes. The syndication eps were shortened to 22 minutes. Over 88 episodes that's more than four hours of lost content, including the performance by "Detective" at the end of "Hoodlum Rock." Get the COMPLETE series...get the Shout Factory DVDs. The Shout Factory complete series box has a release date of 2014. All individual seasons of Shout Factory disks were released starting in 2015.]
"Homecoming" is the 15th episode of the first season of the American drama television series Lost. It aired on ABC in the United States and on CTV in Canada on February 9, 2005. The episode was written by executive producer Damon Lindelof and directed by Kevin Hooks. The episode sees the return of Claire Littleton (Emilie de Ravin), who escaped after she was kidnapped by Ethan Rom (William Mapother). However, her return meant that all the survivors' lives are in danger, and the team have to figure out a way to stop Ethan. Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan) is featured in the episode's flashbacks.
Host Payne Lindsey returns with season 3 to investigate the North West Montana disappearance of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner, an indigenous woman who went missing from the Blackfeet Nation Indian Reservation in 2017. Up and Vanished is a true crime series that investigates mysterious cold case disappearances. Season 1 covered the disappearance of Georgia high school teacher Tara Grinstead, resulting in 2 arrests, and season 2 focused on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado, a case that has since been reopened.
When Mabel befriends a cute merman trapped in the deep end of the public pool, she's determined to return him to his family in the ocean - even though that means her whirlwind romance will come to an end. Meanwhile, Dipper learns that Wendy is a lifeguard at the pool, so he decides that the best way to spend time with her is to become the assistant lifeguard.
His species is from far away and went to Mars hoping to be discovered. Barkley makes it clear he does not intend to allow that ship to return to earth. Claridge seems like a pretty benevolent alient, and dangles the cure for cancer in front of Barkley.
After Edge smashed his car, General Sam Lane (Dylan Walsh) gets rescued by Jonathan (Jordan Elsass), who brings Kyle Cushing and Lana Lang (Emmanuelle Chriqui) to the scene of the accident. They help the General get out and take him back to the DoD's command center, which is currently overrun with angry Smallville residents, who are still upset over their hometown's military occupation. Sam, Lana and Kyle try to calm everyone down, but they are all stunned into silence when Morgan Edge returns, flying over the crowd. The villain forms an energy barrier and proceeds to eradicate a handful of Lane's best soldiers.
After searching all over the world for his son, Superman finally finds Jordan next to the volcano. The two share a heartwarming reunion, but it's cut short when Zeta-Rho takes control of Jordan all over again, engaging the Man of Steel in a fight. However, Superman isn't willing to fight back against his son, a fact that Rho uses to his advantage. Eventually, however, the villain disappears. Superman returns to Smallville, only to learn of Edge's attack. He, John Henry Irons (Wolé Park) and Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch), then devise a plan to stop the Kryptonians: Superman will take care of the Defense Council, while John Henry will use his solar weapons to take care of Edge. As for Lois, she plans on using the Kryptonian technology that allowed Edge to explore Kal-El's memory on Jordan, hoping to use it to get through to him.
Katara and Sokka reunite with Bato, their old friend from the Southern Water Tribe. Bato suggests they find their father, which causes Aang to fear that his friends may leave him; when Aang intercepts a message from Sokka and Katara's father, he hides it because of this. Later, he comes clean about the message, upsetting his friends. Meanwhile, Zuko hires a bounty hunter named June to help him track down the Avatar. After defeating Zuko, Aang reclaims Katara's necklace and returns it to her. Katara and Sokka decide they cannot leave Aang, as he is part of their family, too.
While Aang is contemplating their possible departure, a messenger arrives, giving him a rendezvous map from Hakoda. Instead of giving it to Katara and Sokka, Aang, not willing to be separated from his friends, hides it; he returns to Bato's home with an air of guilty awkwardness. Meanwhile, Zuko, June, and Iroh search for Aang in the ruins of Taku, worrying the herbalist who thought her cat, Miyuki, had gotten into trouble with the Fire Nation again.
Zuko, Iroh, and June find Katara and Sokka, quickly finding that the Avatar is not with them. The shirshu paralyzes the siblings as they try to escape and finds the map, which has Aang's scent. Following the scent, they return to the abbey, where they find Aang waiting for them. Flying on his glider, he manages to take the beast down. June quickly rises and, once on her shirshu, tries to attack Aang, but is stopped by Appa. Aang and Zuko start fighting, eventually creating a large explosion. Nyla attempts to paralyze Appa with his tongue while nearby, Zuko recovers from the explosion and starts firebending at Aang, who is also being chased by the shirshu. Appa tries to aid his owner by firing air blasts at his chaser, albeit unsuccessfully. Zuko resumes his duel with the Avatar, the latter of whom notices Katara's necklace in Zuko's fist and, after dodging his fire whips atop a well, manages to recover it. Appa tries to reach Zuko, who is shooting fire at Aang, but June and the shirshu manage to paralyze the bison after numerous attacks.
Later, when the group is flying away on Appa, Aang asks them about their current plans. They inform him that they will travel to the North Pole: he has become part of their family and they need each other. Aang returns Katara's necklace to her, saying that Zuko asked him to do so. Katara understands the joke and kisses Aang on the cheek. With that, Aang blushes and twiddles his thumbs as they fly off into the sunset. 041b061a72