Fresh Off the Boat
A visit by Jessica's (Constance Wu) sister Connie (guest star Susan Park) and her family means different things to different members of the Huang household in "Success Perm." Eddie (Hudson Yang) gets a disappointing surprise after looking forward to being reunited with his cousin (guest star Lance Lim). The adults continue their long-standing rivalry over which of the couples is more successful. C.S. Lee ("Dexter") also guest stars.
Holiday travel can be complicated enough, but try being an NCIS agent working a case while stuck in the middle of it. DiNozzo and Bishop (Michael Weatherly. Emily Wickersham) find themselves in that situation -- along with Bishop's NSA-lawyer husband (guest star Jamie Bamber) -- in "Grounded." A terrorist threat impacts many airports just as Thanksgiving transit reaches its peak. Veteran character actress Edie McClurg also guest stars.
More villains from the pages of DC Comics, namely Blackout and the Clock King (guest stars Michael Reventar and Robert Knepper), make things tough for Barry (Grant Gustin) in "Power Outage." His speed is sapped by Blackout, who then heads for the lab and targets Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh). The Clock King overtakes police headquarters and holds Joe and Iris (Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton) among his hostages. Danielle Panabaker also stars.
Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
The realty game is one thing and this game is quite another, as house broker "Briana" discovers firsthand in a new episode by that name. She tackles grade-school-level questions in a bid to win $1 million, and she may need some help along the way ... from the fifth-graders who are on hand to lend such assistance if needed. Host Jeff Foxworthy also stands by to provide support or offer a quip, depending on what a given moment calls for.
America's Got Talent
The tryouts continue in the new episode "Audition 7," as more hopefuls demonstrate their abilities for judges Mel B, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern. If contestants are impressive enough at this stage of the competition, they could earn the Golden Buzzer -- which would send them straight through to the upcoming live-performance rounds at New York's Radio City Music Hall. Nick Cannon is the host.
The Abolitionists: American Experience
Airing in three parts and originally shown in 2013 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, this ambitious presentation tells the stories of five people who fought for the end of slavery. Part 1 introduces these key figures -- Angelina Grimke, Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe and John Brown -- and chronicles the movement's early years, from the 1820s through 1838.
Host Bert Kreischer races through Alabama with bikers, throwing mullets on the beach and feasting on BBQ in the new episode "Alabama: The Road to Talladega." Later, they head to the NASCAR Sprint Cup to ride in the pace car, meet some of the drivers and ultimately stand in the winner's circle.
Beau Bridges teams with fellow guest star Anna Deavere Smith ("The West Wing") to play Bow's (Tracee Ellis Ross) parents in "Parental Guidance." They turn up just as Dre (Anthony Anderson) and Bow are about to renew their marriage vows, and their presence sparks immediate conflict with Pops and Ruby (Laurence Fishburne, guest star Jenifer Lewis). Michael Schultz ("Car Wash") directed the story.
Extreme Weight Loss
In another of the program's new "Love Can't Weight" editions that focus on engaged couples, California residents Bryce and Amber moderate their typically jovial personalities to get serious about losing weight before they take their vows. Trainers Chris and Heidi Powell take the lead in putting them through their paces, which involves separating the spouses-to-be for the three months prior to their nuptials. NASCAR driver Greg Biffle guest stars.
In the new episode "Finally," the Stitchers team probes a mysterious car crash that caused the death of a researcher in the field of traumatic brain injuries. Meanwhile, Kirsten (Emma Ishta) asks Linus (Ritesh Rajan) for some help in deciphering a clue left behind by Ed Clark. She also continues to grill Maggie (Salli Richardson-Whitfield) for more information on the origins of the Stitchers program. Allison Scagliotti also stars.
With Jackson's (James Wolk) help, Abraham (Nonso Anozie) survives a lion attack in Botswana in the new episode "Fight or Flight." The peril he faced leads Abraham to conclude that animals have decided to make humans their prey. In Los Angeles, Jamie and Mitch (Kristen Connolly, Billy Burke) suspect that a chemical may have something to do with the sudden rampages. Chloe (Nora Arnezeder) tries to get back to normalcy in Paris. Ken Olin and Bess Armstrong guest star.
Liv (Rose McIver) is surprised -- and, inevitably, curious -- when Malcolm (Malcolm Goodwin) doesn't want her help in probing the murder of an informant he consulted during his vice-squad days in "Liv and Let Clive." With Ravi's (Rahul Kohli) assistance, she conducts her own investigation, leading them into danger. Major's (Robert Buckley) search for a new roommate gives Liv additional concerns. David Anders also stars.