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Mary Mack and Josh Miller head the voice cast in four episodes of "Golan the Insatiable." "A Pox on Your Pox" finds Golan's escape plans complicated by Dylan's chicken pox. In "Dylan Crushes Reading," Golan vows to help teach Dylan to read instead of mooning over a boy. Golan tells everyone he's in a relationship with the Tooth Fairy in "Escape to Tooth Mountain." Finally, the family ditches Golan for a family funeral in "Deer Uncle Gerald."
The Eliminator Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins with today's Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500, meaning the field of hopefuls for the Cup title has been narrowed to four. They and the rest of the series' drivers will trade paint on the .526-mile oval of Virginia's Martinsville Speedway, a course revered for its aggressive "boys have at it" style of racing. Jeff Gordon won this race a year ago.
Jake and the Never Land Pirates
Maia Mitchell ("The Fosters") lends her voice to the role of Wendy Darling and performs the new song "Once Upon a Time" in this new primetime special that finds Peter Pan enlisting Jake's help after the villainous Captain Hook steals Wendy's beloved storybook from the Darling home in London. Together the group races to retrieve the book before Never Land's tales are lost forever.
Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion
An outgrowth of the animated series "Star Wars Rebels," this adventure features something in its broadcast debut that its earlier cable showings didn't: an extra scene that restores the voice of James Earl Jones to the iconic villain Darth Vader. The story finds a renegade starship crew helping to initiate a rebellion against the sinister Galactic Empire. Also in the voice cast are Freddie Prinze Jr., Vanessa Marshall, David Oyelowo and Jason Isaacs.
It's no surprise that youngsters want as much candy as they can get on Halloween, but size truly does matter to the Belcher children in "Full Bars." Upon discovering one neighborhood is known for issuing regular-size candy bars, as opposed to the smaller versions often handed out to trick-or-treaters, they head straight for that block. Bob and Linda (voices of H. Jon Benjamin and John Roberts) go to a seasonal party with a black-and-orange motif.
Guy's Grocery Games
Brace yourself for a clash of the coupons as the initial four chefs try to make their best grilled dish in Budget Battle. Next, the contestants must incorporate a classic peanut butter and jelly combo into a decadent breakfast dish. The One Ingredient Per Aisle challenge tasks the final two chefs with making a tasty Sunday supper. G. Garvin, Troy Johnson and Catherine McCord are the judges for the new episode "Not Going to Budge-It."
This gripping new two-hour special chronicles a desperate race by paleontologist Trevor Valle and archeologist Tim King to secure and research frozen mammoths that have begun to emerge from the melting Siberian permafrost. It's a herculean undertaking, as the pair must cope with not only a hostile environment but superstitious natives, uncooperative Russian officials and gangs that dig up mammoths to sell their tusks at exorbitant prices.
What is it about a watch that causes all sorts of actions and reactions at the Victorian-era department store? The mystery becomes clear in the course of the new offering "The Paradise, Season 2: Episode Five." As the puzzlement over the heirloom grows, duties change for a number of principals of the business. Joanna Vanderham, Emun Elliott, Elaine Cassidy and Ben Daniels star.
Vivian (Alexis Knapp, "Pitch Perfect"), a shy and self-conscious college freshman, transforms into a flawless, seductive beauty after she begins rooming with a popular coed at their school. At first, Vivian is thrilled by her metamorphosis, but when she begins to question the true motives of her new dorm mates, she uncovers a mind-boggling evil lurking inside her residence hall. Cassie Steele ("DeGrassi: The Next Generation"), Max Lloyd Jones ("Teen Wolf") and Jake Croker also star in this new TV movie.
Two teams with playoff aspirations clash tonight at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, where Drew Brees will lead his Saints against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. Rodgers and the Packers' formidable air attack will look to exploit the Saints' pass defense, which ranks among the league's worst. The Pack's defense against the run isn't too impressive either, and it will be hard-pressed to stop New Orleans' Khiry Robinson, Mark Ingram and company.
A request to the president (Keith Carradine) to help resolve a troublesome situation in Western Africa has surprising, not-pleasant results for Elizabeth (Tea Leoni) in the new episode "The Call." Oscar and Emmy winner Louis Gossett Jr., who's been getting back into television in a big way -- as with his recurring role on "Extant" -- guest stars as a clergyman who's party to the diplomatic trouble. Tim Daly, Bebe Neuwirth and Zeljko Ivanek also star.
Not happy about Barbara's (guest star April Billingsley) efforts to patch things up with Fred and Maggie (Matt Craven, Devin Kelley), Margaret (guest star Michelle Fairley) becomes determined to derail those in the new episode "Will." Bellamy (Omar Epps) has multiple reasons to worry about an illness that is making its way through the returned. Frances Fisher, Mark Hildreth, Samaire Armstrong and Kurtwood Smith also star.