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  • Cory faces many hijinks. His friendship with Topanga grows and he grows confidence as he faces the constant torment of Harley Keiner and his lackies. Shawn is always by his side, and the two help each other out whenever they can.
  • Season 2 has thirteen episodes total. Twelve of these have two eleven-minute episodes, and the season finale is one twenty-two minute long episode. This season begins to explore into the global operations of the KND.
  • Season 1 and Season 2 of Grandma and Grandson was flimed from june 2012 to march 2015
  • The second season of Friends aired from September 21, 1995 to May 16, 1996.
  • Season 2 of The Last Ship was announced on July 18, 2014 and premiere on June 21, 2015. It's final episode aired on September 6, 2015. It has 13 episodes, each lasting an hour.
  • Season 2 started airing in September of 1983 and ran until May of 1984. The internal chronology of the season is uncertain; many of the events of the first season took place in 1977-78, and all that's known about this season is that many of its episodes took place in the eighties. < - Season 1, Season 3 - >
  • Season 2 of 24 debuted on October 29, 2002 on the Fox Network. The season was produced by Joel Surnow, Robert Cochran, Howard Gordon, Brian Grazer and Kiefer Sutherland. It follows the work of now-President David Palmer and agent Jack Bauer to stop terrorists from detonating a nuclear weapon in Los Angeles. 24: Season Two was released on DVD in North America on September 9, 2003.
  • The Mr Men Show Season 2 episodes. Sun And Moon Telephone Seashore Washing And Drying Sneezes And Hiccups Fruit Radio Supermarket Skyscrapers Cinema Getting Around Clocks Post Office Pets Dance Dance Dance Trees Library Pirates Goo Trains And Planes Out To Sea Next Door Lunch Machines Fairies And Gnomes Home Improvement Birds Bath And Bubbles Sand And Surf Parks Surprises Travel Bad Weather Pests
  • Season 2 of True Detective premiered on June 21, 2015.
  • Season 2 refers to the second series of Lizzie McGuire which aired from February 8, 2002 - February 14, 2004 on Disney Channel, consisting of Thirty four episodes.
  • This article contains episode summaries for the second season of Desperate Housewives.
  • Season 2 of Rescue Me began in June of 2005 on the FX Network.
  • Season two of Cold Case, an American television series, began airing on October 3, 2004 and concluded on May 22, 2005. Season two regular cast members include Kathryn Morris, Danny Pino, John Finn, Thom Barry and Jeremy Ratchford.
  • The 22 episodes of the second season of Charmed were first aired by The WB on Thursdays at 9 ᴘ.ᴍ. on September 30, 1999 till May 18, 2000. Charmed: The Complete Second Season was released in a six-disc box set on September 6, 2005 and later in a complete collection on November 18, 2008.
  • Season 2 of Arthur premiered in the United States on October 20, 1997 on PBS. It was released to DVD in Europe only, like season 1.
  • Season 2 of Person of Interest is the second season of the series.
  • Season 2 of Master Chief Sucks at Ordering began on September 1, 2008 and concluded on May 15, 2009 with a two-part episode. The season contained 12 episodes, as well as a two-part movie that is not counted as an episode.
  • This page lists all of the episodes aired during Season 2 of the NBC-TV series The Golden Girls The second season of The Golden Girls premiered on NBC-TV on September 27, 1986, and concluded on May 16, 1987. The season consisted of 26 episodes. The season originally aired Saturdays at 9:00-9:30 pm (EST) on NBC-TV from September 27, 1986 to May 16, 1987.
  • On January 1, 2016, Campus Romance was greenlit for a second season.
  • Season 2 of 3rd Rock from the Sun had it's season premier on September 22, 1996 with See Dick Continue to Run: Part 1 and continued until the season finale, A Nightmare on Dick Street: Part 2, on May 18, 1997. The season contained 26 episodes, the second largest amount of episodes in a season, behind Season 3, which contained 27.
  • On March 14, 2012, CBS announced that 2 Broke Girls would return for a second season during the 2012–2013 television season, moving to the 9:00 pm timeslot behind new comedy Partners and before Mike & Molly. The season premiere aired September 24, 2012. The season finale aired on May 13, 2013.
  • The second season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia aired in the summer of 2006 on FX. It ran for 10 episodes and was the first season to feature Danny DeVito as Frank Reynolds. It is available for purchase on DVD and download in iTunes.
  • The second season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad premiered on March 8, 2009 and concluded on May 31, 2009. It consisted of 13 episodes, each running approximately 47 minutes in length. AMC broadcast the second season on Sunday nights at 9:00 pm in the United States. The complete second season was released on Region 1 DVD and Region A Blu-ray on March 16, 2010.
  • The second season of WordGirl debuted 4 November 2008 and ended 20 July 2010. It consists of all 26 episodes from the official season two (production codes 201-226).
  • Season 2 aired from August 26, 1996 to August 19, 1997.
  • Season 2 of Damages premiered on January 7, 2009 on FX.
  • The Spider Riders go on a mission across the Inner Sea to the kingdom of Nuuma. Grasshop and Aqune are shown in a better light. Quake is introduced, and The Big Four go through many changes in their ranks.
  • The second season of Eddsworld ran from March 17, 2006 to December 15, 2006. It ran for nine episodes, and currently holds the record for being the longest-lasting season.
  • In season two, Danny is fired from his job as a sportscaster and instead is promoted to a higher position as the host of a morning talk show titled Wake Up San Francisco, earning him a co-host and Jesse's potential love interest, Rebecca Donaldson. In this season, Michelle turns two years old and starts walking, Stephanie turns six and starts first grade and D.J. turns Eleven and starts sixth grade.
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  • Season 2 aired in late 1991 and introduced George Carlin as Mr. Conductor.
  • Season 2 of [Last Week Tonight] consists of 24 episodes. The season premiered on February 8, 2015.
  • The season premiered on 1 April 2012. Season 2 is mostly based on A Clash of Kings, the second book in the A Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin.
  • Season 2 began airing on September 21, 1995 and concluded May 16, 1996 and spanned 22 episodes.
  • This article contains episode summaries for the second season of Once Upon a Time.
  • At least both Daniel Handler, Rose Lam and Barry Sonnenfeld will continue to be involved in the show as executive producers.
  • After an outcry by fans in reaction to the cancellation of Jericho, CBS decided to bring back the show for seven episodes. Fans were delighted and could not wait for Season Two.
  • Season 2 of Life began in September of 2008 on NBC.
  • Season two of Xavier: Renegade Angel began in January 2009.
  • The second season of The Secret Saturdays premiered on November 7, 2009 on Cartoon Network. The series follows the adventures of the Saturdays, a family of crypto zoologists that work to keep the truth about cryptids from getting out, in order to protect both the human race and the creatures themselves.
  • This page lists all the episodes for Season 2 of the ABC-TV series The Brady Bunch. The season began with the episode "The Dropout", which was aired on September 25, 1970. A total of 24 episodes were aired, with the season finale episode, "Tell It Like It Is", airing on March 19, 1971.
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  • The second season, November 2004 - May 2005, contained 24 episodes and once again ended with a cliffhanger. To see music featured during this season, see Season 2 Music.
  • In Season 2 the four girls want to know what happened to Ian's body, who killed Alison, and who "A" is. After the shocking plot twist at the tail end of the Season 1 Finale, the Liars are suddenly some of the most suspicious people in town. Things became increasingly difficult when even their parents doubt them, and sign them up for therapy. Between the mystery of Ian's missing body and the hunt for "A", the second season of Pretty Little Liars is even more dramatic than the first.
  • The second season of Sonny With a Chance aired on Disney Channel, having premiered March 14, 2010. The six main characters are Sonny Munroe (Demi Lovato), Tawni Hart (Tiffany Thornton), Chad Dylan Cooper (Sterling Knight), Nico Harris (Brandon Mychal Smith), Grady Mitchell (Doug Brochu), and Zora Lancaster (Allisyn Ashley Arm). Recurring cast members and guest stars this season include Michael Kostroff, Nancy McKeon, Vicki Lewis, G. Hannelius, Estelle Harris, Carol Locatell, Larry Gelman and Raven-Symoné.
  • Season 2 refers to the second season of Home Improvement which ran on ABC from September 16th, 1992 - May 19th 1993.
  • Season Two is the second season of Squidbillies, it contains 20 episodes, which shadows it's predecessor which only had 6.
  • The second season of Hey Arnold! features 26 quarter-hour episodes and only one half-hour special, making it the shortest season of the series. This season features Phillip Van Dyke replacing Toran Caudell as Arnold's voice actor. (Although Caudell remained in the show, providing the voice of Wolfgang.) Another major change is that starting with this season, the overseas animation services were handled by Sae Rom Productions.
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  • Season 2 is a second season
  • The second season first aired in 2004.
  • It is a new year at PCA, and Dana has left for the European Exchange Program. Zoey and Nicole are assigned a new roommate, Lola Martinez. At the beginning of the season, both Zoey and Chase run for Class President. Chase and Michael get their own online show. The sushi restaurant burns down after an accident. This is the season in which the first-ever Zoey 101 movie takes place, "Spring Break-Up" and the only movie that Nicole appears in. Quinn's alpaca, Otis, also comes to visit PCA at the end of season 2.
  • The Season 2 DVD was released in North America on September 12, 2006. The previous season was Season 1 and the next season was Season 3.
  • Season 2 of Scream was confirmed by MTV on July 29th, 2015. The season premiered on May 30th, 2016 and the finale aired on August 16th, 2016. A two hour Halloween special concluded the season on October 18th, 2016.
  • Terry Lake left the L.A. division of the FBI. Instead Megan Reeves and Colby Granger complete Don's team.
  • The Second Season of Army Wives is preimere on March 4, 2012 on the Lifetime channel.
  • The second season of Jackie Chan Adventures premiered in September 24, 2001 and concluded on September 7, 2002 on Kid's WB. It is the longest season, consisting of 39 episodes. 3 of those episodes are set in the first season, and there are a total of 24 filler episodes.
  • This article features episode summaries from the second season of Beavis and Butthead.
  • Season 2 is the second season of NBC's The Blacklist. NBC officially ordered a second season on 3 December 2013. It premiered on Monday, September 22, 2014 and the season featured a total of 22 episodes. For the fall season it was transmitted on Mondays after "The Voice" changing to Thursday in the mid-season after the eleventh episode was broadcast after the 2015 Super Bowl.
  • The anime is licensed for release in North America by Viz Media. The English dub of the first season was broadcast on Cartoon Network as part of its Adult Swim programming block from January 22, 2003 through May 1, 2004 The opening themes for this season were "Change the World by [[V6 for episodes 26-34, and "I Am" by Hitomi for episodes 35-54. The ending themes were "Deep Forest (Fukai Mori)" by Do As Infinity for episodes 28-41 and "Dearest" by Ayumi Hamasaki for episodes 42-54.
  • The series stared Alex (Selena Gomez), Justin (David Henrie) and Max (Jake T. Austin) continuing to compete to become the leading wizard in their family. Also starring in the series are Maria Canals Barrera and David DeLuise as their parents, Theresa and Jerry, and Jennifer Stone as Alex's best friend, Harper Finkle.
  • This is a list of the second set of Iron Man: Armored Adventures episodes. 1. * The Invincible Iron Man Part 1: Disassembled 2. * The Invincible Iron Man Part 2: Reborn! 3. * Look into the Light 4. * Ghost in the Machine 5. * Armor Wars 6. * Line of Fire 7. * Titanium vs Iron 8. * The Might of Doom 9. * The Hawk and the Spider 10. * Enter: Iron Monger 11. * Fugitive of S.H.I.E.L.D. 12. * All the Best People Are Mad 13. * Heavy Mettle 14. * Mandarin’s Quest 15. * Hostile Takeover 16. * Extremis 17. * The X-Factor 18. * Iron Man 2099
  • Season Two consists of 22 episodes that aired on Thursdays at 9:00 pm in the United States beginning September 28, 2006, and ending May 17, 2007.
  • The second season of The Sopranos premiered on January 16, 2000 on HBO, and concluded on April 9, 2000. The season consisted of 13 episodes altogether.
  • The second season of Showtime's US remake of Shameless began airing on January 8, 2012. The full cast of the previous season returned to continue the story of the Gallagher family and their outrageous neighbors.
  • Season 2 of Girls followed Season 1 and premiered on HBO on January 13th, 2013.
  • The Pretender's 2nd Season premiered on November 1, 1997. Season 2 also has 21 episodes (like Season 1) and also ends with a two-part episode both parts airing on the same night. The Pretender - The Complete Second Season DVD set for Region 1 was released on September 20, 2005
  • Season 2 is the second season of the FOX TV series Bones. The season premiered on August 30, 2006 with the episode The Titan on the Tracks.
  • Season 2 of Alias aired from September 29, 2002 till on May 4, 2003. It featured Sydney's continued work with the CIA, the takedown of SD-6, Sloane's next phase of plans and a deeper delving into the work of Milo Rambaldi.
  • The second season of Castle premiered on September 21, 2009 on the network ABC in the United States and concluded on May 17, 2010. It contains 24 episodes.
  • Season 2 ran from Janurary 31, 1999 to November 11, 1999.
  • Season 2 of Dog the Bounty Hunter has a total of 25 episodes.
  • Cherry Hill: Season Two debuted on April 3rd, 2009. This season contained 13 episodes, including the series first ever two-part episode. The season begins six months after the tragic plane crash of the Season One finale, Freefall.
  • The Flow: Reflux is the second volume title of the manhwa series, The Flow.
  • This article is about the season, You may be looking for SML Movies. The second season of the YouTube series aired in 2010, Logan Thirtyacre wrote all 2 episodes as well as five shorts. Director: Logan Thirtyacre Producers: Lance Thirtyacre Starring: Logan Thirtyacre, Lance Thirtyacre and Lovell Stanton Preceded by: Season 1 Followed by: Season 3
  • Amongst the black and white seasons, season 2 has the most extant telerecordings; only the two missing episodes of The Crusade haven't been recovered as of December 2014.
  • The second season of MADtv aired from September 21, 1996, to May 17, 1997 with a total of 22 episodes. The season was preceded by Season 1 and succeeded by Season 3.
  • My So-Called Life only aired for one season and then had a Cancellation. However, show creator, Winnie Holzman has several times stated some of her ideas for a second season. Additionally, any other person's Season 2 ideas are included here, listed by Crew, Cast, or Fanfic author.
  • Bridget O'Sullivan Madison Bader (Madi) Michael O Donnel (Mike) Rosario Corso Willie Erickson
  • Bachelor Charlie is trying to remember the name of the girl currently taking a shower upstairs. Alan, Charlie's tightly-wound, divorced brother is trying to figure out how he can get his ex-wife to remarry, so he can stop paying alimony. And Jake, Alan's 11-year-old son, is just trying to figure out what's for lunch and where's the TV remote. After a year of living together, the guys have figured out how two and a half men equal one family. Sort of. But there are plenty of rough spots along the way.
  • Season two of Monk began airing on June 20, 2003 on USA Network. The second season concluded after 16 episodes on March 5, 2004.
  • The second season of Sons of Anarchy premiered on September 8, 2009 on the cable network FX in the United States and consisted of thirteen episodes. The season concluded on December 1, 2009.
  • The second season first aired on Teletoon/Télétoon on September 9th 2010
  • In the season finale, Ted reveals to Barney that he and Robin have been broken up for some time due to their conflicting views on marriage. They didn't tell anyone in order to avoid taking attention away from Lily and Marshall's wedding. The season ends with Barney excited at the prospect of Ted and himself being single guys on the town again.
  • The second season of Eureka premiered on July 10, 2007 on the cable network Syfy in the United States and concluded on October 2, 2007.
  • On August 20, 2009, Warehouse 13 was renewed for a second season, on March 2, 2010, it was revealed that the second season would consist of 12 episodes and start airing on July 6, 2010. Jewel Staite had a guest role in the second season opposite Sean Maher. Season two also marked the first crossover event with fellow Syfy series Eureka. Douglas Fargo from Eureka appeared in the August 3, 2010 episode of Warehouse 13, with Claudia Donovan appearing on Eureka on August 6, 2010.
  • Jim Phelps replaced Dan Briggs in the second season as head of the IMF team. And Martin Landau (Rollin Hand) was included in the main cast for the first time on the series. The 2-part episode "The Council" was re-released as a straight-to-video movie entitled Mission Impossible Versus the Mob.
  • Season 2 consists of a total of 22 episodes and was first aired from August 21, 2006 to April 2, 2007. It directly follows the prison break from the first season. A new major character is introduced, who is FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone, portrayed by William Fichtner. The first half of the season revolves around the escapees' journey to their family, Westmoreland's money and Michael's plan to escape the country. The second half of the season focuses on the conspiracy plot of the series. The season's plot spans approximately three weeks of the characters' lives.
  • Season 2 is the second season of The Librarians. It will air during the 2015-2016 television season.
  • This is the list of episodes of Season 2 of the Animated Series "Monster Allergy".
  • Season 2 was the second season of Competitive Play.
  • Season 2 of King of the Hill premiered on September 21, 1997 and was brodcasted at the 8:30-9:00 P.M Sunday timeslot on FOX. The DVD set was released on November 11, 2003. The season is particularly memorable for the death of Luanne's boyfriend Buckley in a propane explosion, the first death of any character in the series.
  • The second season of First Wave contained 22 episodes. 1. * "Target 117" 2. * "Deepthroat" 3. * "The Apostles" 4. * "Susperience" 5. * "The Channel" 6. * "Red Flag" 7. * "Prayer for the White Man" 8. * "The Purge" 9. * "Lost Souls" 10. * "The Heist" 11. * "Ohio Players" 12. * "Night Falls" 13. * "Normal Illinois" 14. * "All about Eddie" 15. * "Playland" 16. * "The Harvest" 17. * "Rubicon" 18. * "Gladiator" 19. * "Trial of Joshua Bridges" 20. * "Underworld" 21. * "Tomorrow" 22. * "The Believers"
  • 1. The Original Story Live. 2. The Original Day Care. 3. The John Who Creid Tiger. 4. Circus Session 2. 5. The Most Powerful Niki.
  • Season Two will begin it's new series in the United States on October 13th, 2008 and has been scheduled for 8 episodes for the fall season and will continue the series in the new year. It will air on a Monday at 9.30pm and will have some still competition from other networks programs such as, "One Tree Hill" and "Prison Break". It will start with the first with the titled So I Think I Can Dance.
  • Season 2 of Vikings premiered on February 27, 2014 on History in Canada and in the United States and concluded on May 1, 2014, consisting of 10 episodes.
  • For a list of story arcs in this season see story arcs.
  • The 2nd season of the television series aired in 1986. Ringo Starr narrated all 26 episodes in the UK as well as 16 of them in the US, with George Carlin later re-narrating all of the episodes for the US on Shining Time Station.
  • The second season of Smallville began airing on September 24, 2002, on The WB television network, and concluded its initial airing on May 20, 2003 with 23 episodes.
  • Season Two of One Tree Hill aired its first episode on the WB on September 21, 2004 and ended on May 24, 2005 with the season finale. The season includes 23 episodes. __TOC__
  • Thunderbirds Season 2 was the show's final television season. It had only six episodes, although many more were planned. Production was cancelled after the Andersons' financial backer, Lew Grade, failed in his bid to sell the programme to American network television.
  • Lie to Me's second season initially aired on September 28, 2009 and concluded on September 13, 2010 in the U.S. The season has 22 episodes. Read Dr. Ekman's (the inspiration for the series) critiques of each episode here: www.lietome.com
  • The second season of Parks and Recreation originally aired in the United States on the NBC television network starting September 17, 2009, and ended on May 20, 2010. The season was produced by Deedle-Dee Productions and Universal Media Studios, and series co-creators Greg Daniels and Michael Schur served as executive producers. Like the first season, it focused on Leslie Knope and her staff on the parks and recreation department of the fictional Indiana town of Pawnee. It was released on DVD November 30, 2010.
  • Season 2 of My Name is Earl began in September 2006 on NBC, and concluded in May 2007. The season featured Earl completing more points on his list and taking the heat for a crime Joy committed, forcing him to serve time in jail. The second season was released on DVD on September 25, 2007, just after the premiere of Season 3.
  • Yulian heads off to the Warriors Ceremony with Noya and encounters the Shire Tribe. Together with his fellow tribesmen he passes the first two trials. The season ends with them encountering a black fog at the 3rd test and the foreshadowing of a dragon
  • Guide to: April Fool's Day and Excuses Guide to: Asking Someone Out and Recycling Guide to: Dares and Bad Habits Guide to: Double Dating and The Last Day Guide to: Failing and Tutors Guide to: Gross Biology Dissection and Upperclassmen Guide to: Music Class and Class Clown Guide to: Notebooks and Math Guide to: Pep Rallies and Lunch Guide to: School Clubs and Video Projects Guide to: Science Fair and Study Hall Guide to: Secrets and School Car Wash Guide to: Shyness and Nicknames Guide to: Spirit Week and Clothes> Guide to: Substitute Teachers and The New Kid Guide to: The New Semester and Electives Guide to: Valentine's Day and School Websites Guide to: Vice Principals and Mondays Guide to: Yearbook and Career Week Guide to: Your Body and Procrastination
  • Season 2 of Yin Yang Yo! began on January 1, 2008 with the premiere of "The Pecking Order / Party Favors", and ended 39 episodes later with "Yin Yang Who?" on March 21, 2009 and the season 2 is the end of the series
  • Season 2 was the second season of The West Wing. The second season consisted of twenty-two episodes, the first of which aired on October 4, 2000, and ended on May 16, 2001. Season 2 saw the unexplained departure of Mandy Hampton and Donna Moss being made a main character, Janel Moloney becoming a main cast member.
  • Greek is about a social sister Casey and her anti-social brother Rusty, who are both dealing with living the Greek life at Cyprus-Rhodes University. * Complete List of Episodes * Season 1 * Season 2 * Season 3 * Season 4
  • The second season of the the series aired between 1994 and 1995. All twenty episodes were narrated by Denny Doherty.
  • Season 2 of Barney & Friends aired from September 27 to October 20, 1993.
  • Season 2 was officially ordered on March 14, 2017. Production will start in Fall, 2017.
  • Season 2 of The Shield began in January 7, 2003 on the FX Network. It was created by Shawn Ryan and consists of 13 episodes. The Shield: The Complete Second Season was released on DVD in North America on January 6, 2004.
  • The second season aired in the UK from June 4, 1999 to August 27, 1999 on BBC. In the US the second season premiered in 2001 on Nick Jr. and was also later re-shown on Noggin in Spring 2003 and PBS Kids Sprout in late 2005.
  • The second season of HawthoRNe premiered on TNT on June 22,2010. The second contain 10 episodes and concluded airing August 24,2010
  • Season Two is the second season of Gossip Girl, the American teen drama based upon the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar. Developed for television by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. It aired on the CW from September 1st, 2008 until May 18th, 2009 with 25 episodes. There was also a spin-off pilot, Valley Girls; focusing on Lily van der Woodsen (Kelly Rutherford/Brittany Snow) and her family in California.
  • Season 2 is the second season of the Syfy horror drama; Being Human. This season continues where Season 1 left off.
  • The second season of American Idol premiered on January 21, 2003 and continued until May 21, 2003. It was the first season hosted by Ryan Seacrest exclusively. Brian Dunkleman reportedly hated working on the show and the studio was dissatisfied with his performance. Kristin Holt was a special correspondent. It was won by Ruben Studdard. It was the first season to crown a male winner, and the first season to have a finale with two male contestants, being followed by the seventh season with David Archuleta and David Cook, season 8 with Kris Allen and Adam Lambert, and season 14 with Nick Fradiani and Clark Beckham.
  • Season 2 of "Nip/Tuck" premiered on June 22nd, 2014. It consists of 16 episodes.
  • Martha Speaks has been renewed for a second season in the fall of 2008. The second season will air in fall 2009.
  • Season 2 of House of Cards was released in its entirety on February 14, 2014.
  • Season 2 of Revenge began airing in the United States on September 30, 2012. Featuring 22 hour-long episodes, Season 2 airs on Sundays at 9/8c on the ABC Television Network. It was officially renewed on May 11, 2012, a while before the conclusion of Season 1, and production began on July 16, 2012.
  • As season two unfolds, Lorelai will wrestle with a life-changing romantic decision, while Rory comes face-to-face with her own long-hidden wild side when an irresistible and dangerous new boy arrives in town. This surprising turn of events will give Lorelai a frightening new perspective on how her own wild teenage years affected her parents.
  • The end of Season One left Forever Knight in limbo; and it was over a year before the show returned to the air. When it did, there had been some changes. Most obvious to fans was the transfer of Nick Knight and his partner Don Schanke from the 27th Precinct to the 96th. From a production perspective, this entailed casting a new actor, Natsuko Ohama, to play Amanda Cohen, the Captain of the 96th Precinct; and building a new set to represent the police station. Construction had not finished when filming began; and corridors leading into the main set continued to be built behind doors that, initially, had to be filmed as closed.
  • This page lists all of the episodes aired in the second season of the CBS-TV series Good Times. The season opening episode, "Florida Flips" aired on September 10, 1974, and the season finale, "The Lunch Money Ripoff", aired on March 18, 1975, as a total of 24 episodes were aired that season.
  • The second season began on October 11, 1990, with the first episode, "Bart Gets an "F"" and ended on August 11, 1991, with "Blood Feud." Matt Groening, James L. Brooks and Sam Simon were the show runners of the season, as they were for the first season. While "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" was the first episode produced for the season, "Bart Gets an "F"" became the season premiere as Bart was the series' breakout character at the time and the producers wanted to debut with an episode centering on him. This is the first season to include Treehouse of Horror episode.
  • Season 2 includes the episode Terms of Endearment. An episode originally intended to air in season 1, but was pushed up to this season due to the events of Christopher Reeve dying. Terms of Endearment aired in between the episodes Super Nanny and Captain Girl and technically made season 2 a 15 episode season.
  • It's a year and a half later and Toby has finally come to terms with his telepathic powers and is still working with his paramedic partner Osman Bey. After assisting with an undercover case investigated by the Integrated Investigative Bureau (a special unit of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Toby reveals his gift to Sgt. Michelle McCluskey. Despite her initial scepticism, she realises that Toby's special abilities could be her team's secret weapon. So alongside his paramedic work Toby joins Michelle and other members of the IIB to help solve some of their most difficult and high profile cases ranging from suspicious homicides to cases of arms dealing. But the price to pay for having such a gift is the emotional and physical effects of delving into some of the most deranged criminal mind
  • March 7, 2017 (Burbank, CA) – The CW Network has given an early renewal to its acclaimed freshman drama, RIVERDALE, for the 2017-18 season, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. On a competitive Thursday night, RIVERDALE posts tremendous ratings gains on a delayed viewing basis, particularly with its young skewing audience, growing 78% in adults 18-34 and 85% in women 18-34 in Live+7 day ratings over Live+Same Day. In the few weeks since its premiere, the buzzy drama has quickly become one of The CW’s most streamed shows on the network’s digital platforms, including The CW app and CWTV.com.
  • Season 2 picked up where Season 1 left off, continuing Fi's investigation into the paranormal. She learns more about her family and what happened to her father in addition to encountering more paranormal phenomena. Below is a list of episodes from Season 2 (26 total).
  • On December 2, 2014, The 7D has been renewed by Disney XD for a second season. It premiered Saturday, January 23, 2016 on Disney XD. Originally, the season was to include 39 half-hour episodes; later it was reduced to 20 half-hours. On April 25, 2016, it has been announced that the show has been cancelled by Disney XD. Despite co-executive producer Mr. Warburton's initial announcement that The 7D would air its last episode in September 2016, the official Disney XD highlights confirmed that no episodes would premiere for that month. Production manager Jennifer Nelson later stated that the final episodes will premiere in October 2016, but the finale, "A Royal Pain in the Castle / A Sneeze in Time" has been pushed to November.
  • Season 2 refers to the second series of Recess which was broadcast from September 12, 1998 - February 3, 1999 on ABC. The episodes are listed in their original broadcast order. When the episodes were re-ran, they were re-arranged. All these episodes were 11 minutes and paried up with another 11 minute episode (so episode 27 would go with episode 28 and so on), with the exception of "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave", which was 30 minutes long plus commercials. This was the final season of the show to be dubbed in Portuguese.
  • The second season of the American dramedy television series Ugly Betty started on September 27, 2007 in the United States and Canada and including a long, mid-season hiatus ran until May 22, 2008. The second part of the season began airing April 24, 2008. Due to the fan base gained in the UK, Channel 4 bought the UK rights to Season 2 so they could begin airing it only a week later than the USA. Due to the Writer's Strike of 2007, Ugly Betty went on a hiatus in the UK after the airing of episode "Bananas for Betty" (Episode 10). Channel 4 announced that Ugly Betty would return towards the end of 2008 and when it returned on 5 September 2008, received 2.93 million viewers (12.9% share), according to overnight figures, which is a strong figure for Channel 4. The season would be the last seas
  • Season 2 of Doctor WAAH further added to this massive pile of shit we all know and love to hate. Akin to Season 1, it also featured several firsts, such as the first companion departure and the first time any piece of lore was completely forgotten about retconned. Seriously, not two years in and the writers already can't decide on what's canon and what isn't. It also doesn't help when it's the same shitty writer retconning his own shitty episode. What a joke.
  • The Second Season of Phineas and Ferb was composed of 39 episodes (1 hour-long, 10 two-part and 54 individual episodes). It was first shown on Disney XD and then are broadcast on Disney Channel US as Disney XD is considered to be the new home of the series. However, after Wizard of Odd, the episodes started to premiere on Disney Channel again. Season 2 was completed on February 11, 2011. See Background information for more details.
  • The second season of the anime aired on April 10, 1995. The story went on a rapid departure compared to the manga. Some of the most notable differences were the creation of two anime-only antagonists, Nova and Lady Debonair, who were born from the intense despair of Hikaru and the people of Cephiro respectively after the death of Princess Emeraude.
  • The second season of House premiered on September 13, 2005 and ended on May 23, 2006. During the season, House tries to cope with his feelings for his ex-girlfriend Stacy Warner, who, after House diagnosed her husband with Acute intermittent porphyria, has taken a job in the legal department of the PPTH. Sela Ward's chemistry with Laurie in the final two episodes of season one was strong enough to have her character return in seven episodes of the second season. Writer Lawrence Kaplow won a Writers Guild of America Award in 2006 for the episode "Autopsy".
  • The Mentalist tells the story of Patrick Jane, an independent consultant with the California Bureau of Investigation (CBI), who has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes by using his razor sharp skills of observation. He also makes frequent use of his mentalist abilities to lead witnesses or offenders into offering the actual facts of the case, as known only to them.
  • Who's That Girl?/Wubbzy's Big Move Wubbzy and the Fire Engine/Too Much of a Doodle Thing Wubbzy and the Sparkle Stone/Meet the Wuzzles Bye Bye Birdies/Call of the Mild Tooth or Dare/Moo Moo's Snoozity Snooze Welcome to the Dollhouse/What Would Wubbzy Do? Wubbzy the Hero/The Nasty Nose Daizy's Hair Salon/New Kid on the Block The Ghost of Wuzzleburg/March of the Pumpkins Great and Grumpy Holiday/The Super Special Gift Cupid's Little Helper/My Speedy Valentine Daizy's Favorite Place/Quiet Wubbzy! Once Upon a Wubbzy/Big Birthday Mystery Hangin' with Mr. Gummy/Wonder Wubbzy Hoop Dreamz/Daizy's Purple Thumb
  • Season 2 has 23 episodes aired in the United States and Canada on Wednesdays at 9:00pm starting September 21, 2005. Most of the story, which continues 45 days after the crash, focuses on the growing conflict between the survivors and the Others, with the continued clash between faith and science being thematic in certain episodes. While some mysteries are resolved, new questions are raised. New characters are introduced, including the tail-section survivors and other island inhabitants. More island mythologies and insights into the survivors' pasts are divulged. The hatch is explored and the existence of The DHARMA Initiative and its benefactor, the Hanso Foundation, are revealed. As the truth about the mysterious Others begins to unfold, one of the crash survivors betrays the other castaw
  • Season 2 deals with character development, including Sheldon becoming more and more obsessive. Leonard and Penny's relationship takes a turn for the worse when they break up, but is quickly resolved. Soon their relationship progresses into a stronger friendship than before, while Sheldon and Penny's friendship slowly begins. In the season finale Penny hints at her true feelings for Leonard. Howard's character remains similar to that of season one in his attempts to seduce women, & lastly Rajesh manages to briefly communicate an apology to Penny without having consumed alcohol.
  • The second season of El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera was composed of 9 episodes. Unlike past airings these episodes had very odd debuts. Showcasing them one after another each day rather than playing a new one on Saturday mornings. During its last episodes Nickelodeon aired the remaining 9 at the most outrageous time slots. Having them start at 6:30 am (Right when Nick at Nite would end and Nickelodeon programming would begin) and on a side note they were weekday airings. Due to these bad air times the episodes and the lack of advertising/commercials showing they were indeed playing new episodes, the ratings went down, causing the show's cancellation. The crew had planned out a El Tigre movie special but all was scrapped after the episode the season finale was No Boots, No Belt, N
  • The second season of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, an American television series created by Brenda Hampton, debuted on the ABC Family television network on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 8:00PM. Season two regular cast members include Gabi, India Eisley, Daren Kagasoff, Francia Raisa. Jorge Pallo returned for a select number of episodes to wrap up his character's storyline and eventually departed the series after its January return. This season, Amy Juergens must deal with juggling motherhood and high school, while her family and friends experience relationship challenges of their own.
  • Episodes: 65 * 1A- Bill vs Aldo * 1B- Duck Wedding * 2A- Bill vs Raoul * 2B- The New Jerry * 3A- Light As A Feather Stiff As A Duck * 3B- The House vs Aldo * 4A- Aldo's Fate * 4B- National Duck Time * 5A- Aldo's Lover * 5B- Welcome To The Show * 6A- Raoul vs Jerry * 6B- A Newborn * 7A- A Five Star Duck * 7B- Ed Wings It * 8A- Fitness Duck * 8B- The Odd Couple * 9A- 99 Problems But A Chicken Ain't One * 9B- His First Words * 10A- Straw That Broke The Ducky's Back * 10B- Cecil and Claire's 50th Wedding Anniversary * 11A- Duck, Duck, Goose! * 11B- Suns Out Ducks Out * 12A- His First Steps * 12B- Bev Checks Out * 13A- It's Fun and Games Until Someone Loses A Feather * 13B- The House vs Ed *
  • The second season of Animals was renewed by Turner. A Turner Broadcasting System press release on August 16, 2013 announced that a second season had been ordered. Bradley Zweig says that the series has been renewed for a second season in February but that he couldn't mention it before it was made official. He also said that he and Sarah and Dominic started production of Season 2 in April. According to series writer, Bradley Zweig, there will be four 22-minute episodes forming one long story arc along with 36 11-minute stand alone episodes that also loosely related to the arc.
  • (Note: This summary was taken from the back of the Season 2 dvd's box) Fresh off Hometown Huck's championship win, the Mighty Dexteras seek to defend their title with the help of some newcomers like the gritty Face-Off Phil and the fearless Mr. Extremo. The Evil Sinistras, still stinging from The Big Time's championship loss, have also added to their team's lineup, and this season, Senator Skull is determined to win a TWF title - even if it means breaking a few rules along the way. People Joined:
  • Here are the eposides that apear in season 2 of the show. 9 "Breakfast in Bed" Jon and the kids prepare Mother's Day breakfast in bed for Kate. Later, Kate goes to the spa for some relaxation on Mother's Day. 10 "Sextuplets Turn 3!" The sextuplets' third birthday is celebrated, with Jon and Kate planning a big carnival themed birthday party. 11 "Gosselins Go Dutch" The Gosselins go to Dutch Wonderland, an amusement park, but the day has some bumps in the road, including an upset Mady and stubborn sextuplets. 14 "Sugar Rush" Kate takes the kids to Chocolate World while Jon has to work.
  • In addition to trying to survive in the Uncharted Territories, the crew of Moya must now concern themselves with eluding Scorpius, discovering the truth about the Ancients, and tracking down the renegade Crais and Talyn. This is further complicated when the neurochip implanted into Crichton's brain to extract the wormhole knowledge he possesses begins to manifest itself as hallucinations of Scorpius (whom he later names 'Harvey' in reference to the imaginary rabbit in the film of the same name starring James Stewart).
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  • Special Guest Cast: Malcolm McDowell as Bret Stiles
  • Reese is abducted by an old acquaintance planning a massive act of cyber-warfare that could lead to Reese’s death.
  • Following a traumatic event, Gemma finds herself unable to tell either Clay or Jax about it. Meanwhile, a rival porn producer moves to put Luanne out of business; and Clay takes exception to Jax's hasty decision making.
  • Sudden muteness, human bioluminescence and faucets running blood cause many of Eureka's citizens to believe that they are the victims of a Biblical plague.
  • After the crash, Dean's spirit wanders the hospital corridors as his comatose body hovers at the brink of death ... and a Reaper tries to lure him into eternity.
  • Reese and Finch realize that a virus has rendered the Machine erratic, causing it to issue numbers irregularly. As they race against the viral countdown, the team searches for a tech millionaire so elusive no one has ever seen him. Also, Detective Carter's mission to bring Cal Beecher's murderer to justice lands her squarely within the sights of the HR criminal organization.
  • When The Machine gives them the number of a mob enforcer whose life becomes endangered, Reese and Finch must decide whether to intervene or allow karma to balance the scales of justice. Meanwhile, Finch seeks aid from an unlikely source.
  • A man who contracts murders for a living has always eluded the law. So Cinnamon Carter and Rollin Hand have him believe one of his murder victims is a ghost.
  • Determined to find out where he came from, travels to New York to meet Dr. Swann, a brilliant scientist who holds a message for Clark from his home planet. Meanwhile decides to move out of 's house after the two girls get into another argument about Clark.
  • After being poisoned with a lethal dose of cryptohansa virus, bioweapons researcher Dr. Julia Seberg asks Jane and Lisbon to find a terrifying bioterrorist.
  • Two students at a school for the gifted suspect a teacher of murder, leading Shawn and Gus to go undercover as lecturers on psychic phenomena in order to discover the truth. Coincidentally, both O'Hara - acting as the primary detective for the first time - and Lassiter are looking into the case as well.
  • Beckett is still plenty peeved at Castle for looking into her mother's murder against her wishes, yet Captain Montgomery forces her to chat with a reporter who is jazzed to write about her crime-solving partnership with Castle. But when a murder victim is found hanging in a tree, Beckett reluctantly teams with Castle once again. Their investigation takes a strange turn when armed men kidnap the body en route to the coroner, leaving Castle and Beckett to delve into the world of drug smuggling, the Russian mob and high stakes poker in Chinatown.
  • The two day search for Natalie Lambert's young goddaughter ends when the child's body is discovered in the woods. After Nick Knight rescues the alleged killer from an angry mob of vigilantes, a blood test and line-up fail to provide enough evidence to hold him. Removed from the case because of her ties to the victim, Natalie questions the results of the lab work. When the suspect suddenly dies, Natalie performs her own lab test and uncovers another murder.
  • Zobelle cooks up a "temporary problem" for Hale to solve as a way to undermine Samcro; Gemma's rape is undermining her relationship with Clay; and Jax's involvement in Luanne's porn business is getting to Tara. Meanwhile, Clay tells Bobby, who needs a job, to run the business end of Luanne's business.
  • Jim Phelps tries to convince a mob figure to help Rollin Hand pass as the head of the Syndicate, a powerful crime boss with a violent inner circle.
  • When Nick efforts to stop a robbery without using his "vamp" powers causes a death, he becomes consumed with guilt. Nick's life seems to spin out of control and nothing seems as it is. Things truly become curiouser and curiouser.
  • Sam and Dean meet Gordon, a fellow demon hunter who has been systematically killing vampires in a small town, and Dean immediately bonds with the older man. However, after Sam meets with the lead vampire and discovers they are actually peaceful creatures who survive on cattle blood, he decides not all supernatural beings are evil and forces Dean to choose whether he will side with Sam or Gordon.
  • Clark pushes his abilities to the limit to save his telepathic young friend Ryan from an evil doctor who wants to control the boy's abilities. Meanwhile, Nell tells they are moving to Metropolis.
  • The team tries to track down their rogue member, and discover the artifact they have is unexpectedly powerful. Meanwhile, Claudia wonders about her future with the Warehouse team and Pete must choose between Kelly and the mission.
  • Janette turns to Nick for help when Julie Beamer, a young "lady of the evening" whom she has befriended, is murdererd. However, Nick finds his hands tied when there isn't enough evidence to hold the prime suspect. Once a working girl herself, Janette is outraged by the lack of "justice" and seeks to quench her thirst for blood when she learns the killer may have been Mason, her friend's pimp. When Mason and a fellow cop turn up dead, Nick traces the murders to Celeste Morgan, a seemingly innocent girl trapped in a life of prostitution.
  • After a schoolmate claims to be an alien and seemingly backs it up by using heat vision, Clark investigates and begins to believe that the guy is from his planet Krypton. Meanwhile, after Helen discovers a locked room in the mansion she demands to know what is behind it, forcing Lex to come clean about his investigation of Clark.
  • Rollin Hand easily passes as the crime boss, but when he is advised to leave the country, he says he has a better idea - a new face, conveniently supplied by Cinnamon Carter!
  • Sheriff Jack Carter becomes absolutely irresistible to every woman in Eureka. But if he doesn't get his mojo under control, they might just eat him alive.
  • Iran nuclear treaty; El Chapo prison escape; North Korea hosting Laibach band; food waste.
  • Jane sets out on a quest to prove that ADA Marc Odenthal is guilty of hiring hit man Cale Sweeney to kill a rival of his, Kelly Flowers.
  • The Gallaghers celebrate Thanksgiving. Carl shoots a bald eagle and Lip now anxious, prepares himself for the arrival of his baby. Estefania's boyfriend Marco finally shows up as Steve agrees to let him use his identity. Frank tries to get his share of his mother's money from his brother Clayton. Ian sleeps with an older businessman named Ned. As the family sit down to dinner, Monica attempts to commit suicide, abruptly ending the family's gathering. Karen goes into labor, but the baby isn't as everyone expected.
  • In a small Oregon town, Sam is infected by a supernatural virus that sweeps friends and neighbors into a frenzy of violence.
  • Incited by Zobelle, Clay sets a course for retaliation, forcing Jax to turn to an unlikely source to save the club from destruction. Gemma shows Tara how an old lady handles her anger.
  • The only man who knows the location of some ancient artifacts is in jail. He needs to be set free in order to lead the IMF to the treasure ... but he's going blind!
  • Jim Phelps and Barney Collier go undercover at a prison camp. They need to take suspicion off a prisoner helping a freedom fighter, and then draw out the real informer.
  • A mysterious woman shows up claiming to be Clark's mother, prompting the Kents to tell Clark what happened after they discovered him in the cornfield that fateful day. Clark discovers why his father hates the Luthors, how his adoption was fixed, and who really rescued from the edge of death.
  • Henry goes undercover at a local retirement community to help Shawn and Gus investigate a resident's disappearance. Even after they find the missing man, others from the same home begin to suffer health problems, and Shawn realizes how a break-in at the community's pharmacy links them all together.
  • The case of the murder of an enforcer for an Irish gang takes a terribly personal turn when Lanie and a forensic expert friend of Castle's uncover an undeniable connection between the case and Beckett's mother's unsolved murder. As the investigation plays out, Beckett comes to terms not only with her grief for her mother, but with feelings that will impact her relationship with Castle.
  • Nick joins the Luminology cult to investigate the death of a city official's son. When he inexplicably breaks off contact with the department, however, Natalie infiltrates Luminology's headquarters and discovers that Nick has been brainwashed.
  • Nick and Schanke apprehend a convicted murderer on the run from Texas authorities when an anonymous tip leads them to a rental car agency. Nick believes she may be innocent; but he must prove it before she is extradited and put to death for her crime.
  • Jasmine decides to throw an end of summer party on a boat and invites Fiona, without telling her that Steve and Estefania will be on board. Lip tries to get back into Karen's good graces, even making up a prenuptial agreement for her and Jody. Ian continues to give Lip the silent treatment. Frank tries to get Fiona's help in dealing with Grammy.
  • The IMF team goes after a married couple who claim to raise money for charity, but who really hide their profits in their pool table in the form of platinum.
  • After is almost assaulted by a college student, loses control and injures the boy. When the Kents are sued for punitive damages that could cost them the farm, Clark begins to question his powers while trying to find a way out of the lawsuit. Meanwhile, Helen's ex-boyfriend arrives in town intent on winning her back, but when she turns him down, he stabs her, prompting to take the law into his own hands.
  • Two top scientists are being held in an underground bunker in San Francisco. So Jim Phelps and his IMF team simulate an earthquake in order to get them out.
  • The team investigates the murder of a luxury-car saleswoman whose body was discovered in the trunk of a Bentley.
  • As Sheila overcomes more of her agoraphobia, a worried Frank finds a new financial plan in a fellow bar patron by the name of Dottie, whose declining health makes her a ideal match for him. Fiona juggles her job, family life, and a burgeoning love life, with even her friend Jasmine trying to set her up with a older man. Veronica takes some of the elderly people from the retirement home on a excursion. Lip worries about Karen's relationship with Jody. After being released from jail, Ian tries to land a job for Mickey at Kash and Grab, and Mickey reluctantly agrees. Debbie and Carl deal with their growth spurts and wanting more space around the house.
  • United Kingdom proposed online mass surveillance law, Veterans Day, Washington Redskin trademark, Prisoner Reentry. Interview with Bilal Chapman.
  • When tries to warn Lana and Chloe about Ian, an overachieving student who is surreptitiously dating both girls, they accuse Clark of jealousy but realize too late that he was right. Meanwhile, frustration with his father causes to lose his temper and attack a parking attendant's car with a golf club, landing him in an anger management class where he meets an interesting new woman.
  • Zobelle's business dealings with SAMCRO rivals exacerbate divisions in the club, which is already riven by the Jax-Clay split. And complicating matters further, Georgie Caruso's thugs attack Luanne's studio. Meanwhile, Clay comes to an agreement with Elliott Oswald; and Chibs' estranged wife shows up at his hospital bedside.
  • Beckett asks Demming to help her and Castle investigate a robbery-homicide, prompting the two men to fall into competition with each other to impress Beckett by proving their own theory in the death correct. As the case develops, it becomes obvious to Castle that, despite his efforts at solving the case, Beckett's relationship with Demming has gotten serious.
  • While Cinnamon Carter convinces a deputy chancellor of her powers to predict the future, Barney Collier and Rollin Hand try to steal valuable microfilm from his plane.
  • John discusses the 2015 European Games, the Canadian Senate expenses scandal, and torture with the voice of special guest Helen Mirren.
  • A businessman has in his possession an ancient jade seal that needs to be returned to its rightful country. So a cat is trained to fetch like a dog in order to steal it.
  • Sam, Dean, a shape-shifter and hostages are locked in a bank, surrounded by a SWAT team. It all begins when the brothers, on the trail of a 'shifter, run into a portly paranoiac who's seen T2 once too often.
  • The Machine gives Finch and Reese the number of a brilliant surgeon, but they soon discover that a resourceful third party has raised the stakes for this POI, forcing them to turn to an unlikely source for help.
  • Late one night, Sam walks into a cafe ... and wakes up in a ghost town, abducted with other "special children" by the Yellow-Eyed Demon. Meanwhile, Dean searches through a 3,000-mile haystack for his brother.
  • John explains why mandatory minimum sentences, especially for drug-related crimes, are in desperate need of reform.
  • Fargo's grandfather, Pierre Fargo, is revived from cryogenic suspension in an unmarked sleeper pod at Global Dynamics. Once awake, he accuses his old rival of locking him in the pod, and stealing his life's work.
  • Clark rushes to find an antidote after Martha is infected with a toxic virus and falls into a coma, but when Clark also falls ill, it is up to Jonathan to find a cure in time. To further complicate things, Dr. Bryce demands an explanation from Jonathan when he refuses to let her treat Clark.
  • Pete and Myka's bodies are swapped because of an artifact. Soon after, they find out that the swap is deadly. In the meantime, Claudia and Artie investigate into a seduction artifact to which Artie falls prey.
  • A beloved Cuban baseball player is found murdered with a baseball bat requiring Castle and Beckett to explore the high-stakes world of professional sports. Meanwhile, Alexis works to complete a family tree for school and questions Castle about his desire to know more about his own father
  • Shawn is shocked to learn that Gus has a wife named Mira, whom he drunkenly married in 1997 during Spring Break in Mazatlan. His shock turns to intrigue when Mira's fiancee, a private investigator, a stolen refrigerator truck, and a winery come into the picture.
  • After one of 's friends discover the spaceship in the cornfield, Clark goes against his parents' wishes and reveals his secret, but is shocked when the reaction he gets makes him question his friend's loyalty.
  • Frank's mother is released from prison and forces Frank along to extort money from an old acquaintance. Fiona and Steve go on a double date with their respective partners and have a romantic encounter in the bathroom, causing Fiona's date to leave immediately. Karen and Jody have their wedding; Lip tells Karen he wants her to have an abortion; Eddie's life insurance goes to Karen, and Frank throws a tantrum, causing Sheila to kick Frank out of the house; Ethel runs away with Malik; Debbie informs Fiona of Steve's second life.
  • After is visited by the ghost of a childhood friend, she turns to for help in uncovering the truth about her new visitor. However, after Clark realizes the little girl is actually a kryptonite-enhanced clone, he rushes to save Lana before the revenge-seeking child harms her. Lex learns that Lionel is funding the krypto-cloning research.
  • Special Guest Cast: Currie Graham as Walter Mashburn
  • Castle reconnects with a former girlfriend on her wedding day when one of her bridesmaids is found murdered, causing sparks to fly between them once again, and Beckett to have to deal with the possibility of being jealous.
  • A filmmaker fakes a supernatural soundstage death to create online buzz for his in-production horror flick. But the second death is all too real.
  • John Oliver explores the concept of changing and cheap fashion and some of the ugliest truths of the manufacturing process.
  • Driven to the edge of emotional endurance, Dean makes a sacrifice that leads to a cosmic showdown with the Yellow-Eyed Demon ... and to consequences even more far-reaching.
  • A woman who is an illegal immigrant is found dead in a manhole, prompting Castle and Beckett to uncover a dark secret about a successful doctor, and a possible connection between his son, and that of the victim. At the same time, Castle's first book based on Beckett, Heat Wave, is released to rave reviews, and he is offered the writing opportunity of a lifetime, causing him to struggle with the fact that accepting the new gig would end his partnership with Beckett.
  • A jewel heist during a charity event leaves a man lingering near death -- but the investigation takes a bizare turn when the chief suspect winds up dead.
  • A sense of foreboding surrounds Smallville as must choose between staying with and his family or fulfilling his destiny to rule the Earth. Meanwhile, and Helen plan their upcoming wedding, but outside forces may ultimately keep them apart. Also, a hurt considers 's offer to investigate Clark.
  • Reese goes undercover in an idyllic neighborhood when The Machine’s latest number sends him to the suburbs.
  • After the Machine gives Reese and Finch six numbers at once, their search for clues leads them to a coastal town where they are forced to ride out a storm with a group of locals in a police station. However, as the weather rages outside, a sinister situation arises inside when they realize there is an unidentified killer hiding among them.
  • As Karen Vick makes a surprising announcement about her future, a 3,000 year-old mummy disappears from a museum. Shawn reasons that the mummy walked out, leading him and a terrified Gus to believe that an actual mummy is on the loose, even more so after the night watchman is found strangled to death.
  • When Schanke's ex-partner Delehanty shows up, his rich, comfortable, and "warm" life in Arizona, gets to Schanke's winter-worn heart. When Schanke and Delehanty conclude that a series of deaths are the result of product tampering, Nick's hunch about the case drives a wedge between him and Schanke. When Schanke refuses to listen to Nick, he must solve the case despite Schanke and Delehanty's conclusions, and before Schanke decides Arizona might be the place to be.
  • John talks about Pope Francis visiting the USA and the immigration crisis in Europe.
  • While Carter engages in mental warfare with the FBI to help Reese evade Agent Donnelly’s narrowing focus, Reese crosses paths with foes both old and new. Meanwhile, Detective Fusco is forced to fly solo to help the team’s newest POI: supermodel Karolina Kurkova.
  • Pete has a secret assignment, and runs into a former flame, which may result in him betraying the team.
  • When Castle and Beckett are handed the murder of a couples therapist and Ryan and Esposito are assigned to investigate the death of a dead man found shot in a park, Castle makes a bet on which pair can solve their murder first. But when both investigations hit dead ends and the victims are found to be strangely connected, the two teams work together to solve the peculiar puzzle.
  • Reese and Finch team up with surprising allies in a race to save the Machine from a familiar, nefarious entity, and the true nature of Finch's relationship with former partner Nathan Ingram is revealed. Meanwhile, Carter tries to bring Beecher's murderer to justice and finds herself at odds with the criminal organization HR.
  • An investigation into the death of a thief uncovers some painful parts of Esposito's past and results in Beckett making a connection with the handsome robbery detective, Tom Demming, assigned to help with the case.
  • John reflects about the Paris attacks aftermath and how useless the U.S. penny is.
  • John discusses chicken farming.
  • John discusses standardized testing.
  • John discusses the 2015 FIFA corruption case.
  • As Castle and Beckett investigate the death of a possible serial squatter mixed up in a multi-million dollar heist involving exotic animals and diamonds, Castle tries to hide from Beckett the fact that a newspaper that ranked him as one of the city's most eligible bachelors also linked them romantically. While Castle relishes the moment by agreeing to a date with a woman ranked by the newspaper as one of the city's most eligible bachelorettes, Beckett makes romantic plans of her own with Lanie's help.
  • Space junk is massing over Eureka, forming a giant debris cloud that threatens to destroy the town and its inhabitants. Carter must find what is drawing it, and why, before disaster strikes.
  • The team is spread thin when a husband and wife’s numbers both come up.
  • Lex finds Lucas, the son Lionel gave up for adoption, and brings him home in the hope that the two of them can unite against Lionel. When Lionel's machinations end up putting all three of them in a dangerous situation, Lex is left to wonder whom he can really trust. Meanwhile, Clark decides to take a job at the Talon.
  • John discusses Russia's involvement in Syria, the U.N. General Assembly, and the problems with the national system for treating mental illness.
  • returns home from the Marines looking to rekindle his relationship with but his suspicious behavior prompts to question his true motives, ultimately revealing a shocking truth about "the new Whitney." becomes suspicious of his new girlfriend after he discovers a questionable photo of her with .
  • Dr. Douglas Fargo a scientist employed by Global Dynamics located in Eureka, Oregon travels to Warehouse 13 to update its computer system. During the process a computer virus is triggered that causes a lockdown of the Warehouse, trapping everyone inside.
  • If you have money, committing a municipal violation may pose you a minor inconvenience. If you don't, it can ruin your life.
  • John talks about problems concerning public defenders in the American Judicial system, a Michigan state legislature scandal, Guatemala's unusual election, and Queen Elizabeth II and delivers a message from the Lady of Perpetual Exemption.
  • Still trying to get her mind off Steve, Fiona decides to reconnect with Craig, an old high school crush. When she finds an abandoned purse with five hundred dollars in it, she assumes her luck is finally changing. Frank decides to do anything to get Dottie's money, including marrying her and intercepting the page telling her she has a new heart. After Harry, an elderly man who Debbie befriends at the retirement home, dies, Debbie becomes obsessed with death. Kevin thinks about buying the Alibi Room, much to the dismay of Veronica. Lip meets with a soldier to gather information for Ian about West Point. Jody is planning on asking for Karen's hand in marriage.
  • Special Guest Cast: Nick Chinlund as Alex Jane
  • Remember your imaginary childhood friend? Bet your buddy wasn't anything like an angelic little girl's invisible playmate: a hoodoo demon with an unearthly aptitude for murder.
  • Fiona begins to plan for her future; Monica causes trouble; Steve wants to reunite Estefania with her true love; Lip and Ian learn the identity of the father of Mandy's baby; Sheila takes in an addict.
  • She'll make your dreams come true for a price ... your soul. Dean confronts a demon straight out of Faust who makes the young ghoul-hunter a startling - and tempting - offer.
  • Bosco finds out that Jane was spying on him, and sends him to prison. Even after he is sent to prison, he is able to help the team on a case involving the death of a young man from his cell.
  • In order to put two drug czars out of business, a phony elevator accident is staged, with Cinnamon Carter posing as the victim's wife.
  • Despite the victory for marriage equality this summer, there is a long way to go to end LGBT discrimination, as John explains.
  • Present day events mirror the past when the head of the prestigious financial investment firm that controls Nick's secret fortune is murdered. Stolen from a highwayman two centuries ago, the fortune is again the target of greed, as a local criminal kingpin frames the dead executive's son for the murder. LaCroix's teachings ring true as greed once again, breeds tragedy--a lesson the master vampire preached centuries ago.
  • While Jody and Sheila comfort a dying Grammy, Frank steps out and stops at the Kash and Grab, where he walks in on Ian and Mickey in a compromising position. Meanwhile, Lip wants to quit school, but Fiona tells him that if he reconsiders, she'll go back and get her GED; Lip takes Karen to a number of adoption agencies and doesn't like what she has planned; Steve decides to coach Carl's football team.
  • A twist arises in the case of an art dealer found shot to death in his art gallery when a man with amnesia arrives at the station carrying a book with a bullet lodged in it that was fired from the same gun as was used in the murder. To solve the crime, Castle and Beckett have to jog his memory and unravel a possible connection to a high-level Arabian diplomat.
  • A banker with Nazi leanings is stealing from innocent Germans, promising them freedom to the West, and using their money to fund the next Reich.
  • John riffs on Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, '50 Shades of Grey', and the unethical legal practices of tobacco company Phillip Morris International.
  • The school unknowingly uses red kryptonite in the class rings and its effect on stuns his friends and family as he turns into a rebellious and dangerous teenager who does not care about showing off his powers. Jonathan and Martha scramble to find the truth behind Clark's behavior before he exposes his true identity, while finds herself drawn to the "new" Clark who declares his love for her.
  • Lisbon's team arrives at the office to find that Bosco's team has been shot and killed, while he is in critical condition. Through the investigation, it turns out that Red John was behind the attack. Someone impersonating a CBI agent then picks up and destroys all of the evidence relating to the case. Before Bosco dies after her assistant shot him, he and Lisbon admit their love for one another and finally dies. Minelli is upset by the week's occurrences and decides to retire.
  • When Samcro's adult-film business becomes a hindrance to the club, Clay seizes the opportunity to revive the gun-running cartel. As Jax and Clay continue to clash over club activities, their relationship reaches a new level of antagonism.
  • After and are infected by a parasitic worm, it turns them into thrill-seeking daredevils and Pete uses red kryptonite to get Clark to join them on a dangerous adventure. Not only does Clark show off his powers, but he kisses Chloe in front of a stunned Lana.
  • After suffering a blow to the head, Carter awakens in what appears to be a parallel universe, one in which the inhabitants of Eureka are disappearing one by one.
  • The Machine delivers the number of a cold case that leads Reese ever closer to catching up with Finch and his kidnapper, Root.
  • A murder is accidentally committed on the set of a telenovela when someone replaced a collapsible prop knife with a real one. As usual, Lassiter considers the case closed, so Shawn sets out to discover why someone would facilitate such an act, and gets a role on the show in the process.
  • Baltimore cops arrest the obvious suspect in the grisly murders of a lawyer and his wife: Dean, caught with blood on his hands and a history of being on the spot when people die violently.
  • Charming and its small-town appeal become vulnerable to The League, which finds new ways to provoke SOA members. Tara's compassionate efforts to help a distraught Gemma don't go unpunished.
  • John-Boy, starting college and needing a car to travel to and from, makes a deal with Hyder Rudge for an old car. John-Boy works at the Rudge home for the car, but as his work comes to a finish, he has difficulty collecting his payment.
  • A paroled pedophile who Lisbon arrested years before is murdered, and Lisbon is considered the prime suspect when her prints are found on the murder weapon. The problem is, Lisbon can't remember what she was doing the night of the murder - even under hypnosis - which raises Jane's suspicions about her guilt.
  • Nick discovers an ancient, terrifying evil is behind a series of grizzly murders plaguing the city, and he may not be able to stop it. He is unknowingly paired with Chief Inspector Liam O'Neal of Dublin C.I.D., a vampire hunter with a dark secret, who has tracked the murdering creature's bloody trail half way around the world. Wary of O'Neal, Nick begins an investigation of his own, learning the Chief Inspector's true identity, as well as that of the killer -- Jack the Ripper -- a vampire created by LaCroix. Nick had a chance to destroy the Ripper a century ago, but turned his back, unleashing a century of carnage around the world. He must now put aside his guilt and finish the job, but in doing so, O'Neal may finish him.
  • A high-ranking member of the Monarch Lodge - a secret society in Santa Barbara - is found dead. Henry was once a member himself, and Shawn, having followed him there, believes it was murder. Lassiter discreetly asks Shawn to go undercover, but his soon to be ex-father-in-law is the highest ranking member, and the main suspect.
  • The Winchesters have seen ghouls, demons, ghosts and vampires ... but angels? Dean says there's no such thing. But a new case involving "chosen" people who smite evildoers may prove him wrong.
  • A devoted girlfriend. A regular job. And a loving mother in a house that didn't burn down. A run-in with a djinn gives Dean the life he would have had.
  • Reese and Finch meet their match in a tech billionaire POI whose curiosity and limitless resources threaten to expose their identities and sabotage their efforts to save his life.
  • The entire SAMCRO family goes on lockdown inside the clubhouse as Jax and Clay prepare to battle The League. A.J. Weston learns the truth about Ethan Zobelle's business dealings in Charming. Applying what she has learned from Gemma, Tara ensures her position at St. Thomas Hospital.
  • Chief Vick assigns Shawn and Gus to use Shawn's psychic powers to screen a new nanny for her. Though Shawn has his eyes on a string of high-profile robberies, the chief demands that they focus only on the nanny-search. The two are even fired for dividing their attention ... until Shawn determines that there's a connection between the robberies and the nanny agency.
  • Jane, Lisbon and the rest of the team are asked to help a Jane Doe remember what happened after she suffers from amnesia caused by surviving an attempted murder.
  • Natalie's research leads her to believe she might be able to cure Nick, if he's willing to take the risk. While taking the wonder drug, Nick and Schanke unofficially investigate the suicide of another cop.
  • With the club divided in the wake of Donna's death, Clay sets up a new gun deal with the IRA. Meanwhile, a white separatist group takes root in Charming and threatens more than just Samcro's control over Charming. The L.O.A.N gang kidnaps and rapes Gemma and tells her to stop Samcro from selling guns to blacks and other non-white gangs.
  • After Sam learns of his father's warning, he splits from Dean and starts hunting for others with his gift - or curse - of psychic powers. And someone's hunting for him: Gordon, the relentless vampire killer.
  • Myka teams up with a new partner to investigate into combustible college wrestlers.
  • A series of bizarre murders lead Nick and Schanke to believe that somebody is hunting the city's most dangerous criminals for sport. When they go undercover to catch the killer, Schanke is taken hostage and it is up to Nick to save him before the hunter makes Nick her ultimate trophy.
  • The group must use Helena's time machine to travel to 1961 to solve a case.
  • As an experiment that will recreate the first moments of the origins of the universe, the "Big Bang", goes terribly awry, the town's geniuses turn into morons, leaving the fate of Eureka in the hands of Jack Carter and an antisocial young ubergenius, Zane Donovan.
  • When Mrs. Frederic starts speaking a dead language, the team discovers that the remnants of Warehouse 2 have been discovered during an archeological dig in Egypt.
  • When the curator of a museum plans to turn an experimental alloy over to a foreign power, the IMF creates a diversion - an attempt on his life.
  • When a museum curator is found dead from having a stone gargoyle dropped on him, Beckett, Castle, and the team must answer the question of whether the killer is a jealous colleague, a jilted lover, the publicity-hungry museum director, or the curse of an ancient mummy whose tomb promises death for anyone who looks upon its face, as Castle couldn't resist doing.
  • Nick investigates the death of a young doctor when Natalie is unable to determine the cause. Intrigued by the doctor's experiments in near death experiences, Nick secretly agrees to "go under" in an attempt to reconcile his own past. But the experiment goes awry and Natalie must find a way to bring Nick back form his altered state of consciousness.
  • After sleeping with Craig, Fiona is unprepared for the arrival of his irate wife. And on the family front, Fiona is concerned that she is dumping too much responsibility on the Gallagher children when stress causes Debbie to break out in a rash. Meanwhile, Frank begins to suspect his days in the Jackson household are coming to an end; Ian marches forward in his efforts to get into West Point; and Lip attempts to dig up dirt on Jody.
  • The body of a woman covered in caramel sauce is found hanging from playground equipment in a park, prompting the team to venture into the world of bondage and fetish clubs, and plenty of playful banter between Castle and Beckett.
  • Special Guest Cast: Jack Plotnick as Brett Partridge
  • John demonstrates the importance of infrastructure with a special sketch starring Edward Norton, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Steve Buscemi. He also discusses Boris Nemstov.
  • Jane and the team are asked to investigate the murder of Gabriel Barge, a prominent chef.
  • John discusses how taxpayer money is funding private sports stadiums.
  • The CBI investigates the murder of a woman who is found suffocated after being accused of stealing a million dollars from her employer. Meanwhile, Jane and Lisbon can only watch as the investigation into the Red John case is taken away from them and handed over to CBI Agent Sam Bosco.
  • When Nick is unable to obtain at auction a harp that has ties to his mortal past, his actions are less than legal. When the auctioneer is found murdered, Nick finds himself in a precarious situation, caught between the harp's longing and his own desires.
  • Valentine's Day not only brings out a killer who lures in women with romantic cards, but turns Nick's thoughts to Natalie, and LaCroix's to past love. All this love in the air is bound to be dangerous.
  • Highly respected parole officer, Casey Brooks, is the prime suspect in the investigation of a murdered Vietnam veteran. Nick Knight is certain he has encountered Brooks in the past and flashes back to wartime Vietnam to discover Brooks' true identity, along with the dark secret that could ruin the parole officer's career. But the investigation changes course when Nick's prime suspect nearly becomes the next victim.
  • When Gus' Uncle Burton visits, Shawn and Gus are forced to pretend that Gus is a psychic due to a misunderstanding, all during the investigation into a food critic's murder.
  • The death of a man who was involved in a simulated spy game leads Castle and Beckett to wonder where exactly the game ends and reality begins. Against this backdrop, Castle and Beckett struggle inwardly with their feelings for each other, even though Beckett is officially dating Demming and Castle is severely behind in his writing for the second Nikki Heat book. After receiving advice from family and friends, both come to separate decisions that could make or break their relationship in the future.
  • A fashion designer is electrocuted at his exclusive party. Shawn and Gus go undercover, having gotten into the party by pretending to be models, but Gus is more focused on dating one of the models, leaving Shawn all but completely forgotten.
  • Patrick Jane and Kristina’s first date is interrupted by a report of Red John striking again, which is discovered to be a copycat. But when Kristina reaches out to the real Red John, both she and Jane find themselves in grave danger.
  • When Eddie Jackson's body turns up, Frank thinks he should be in line to claim his pension and insurance benefits. Meanwhile, Fiona attends a high-class wedding with her sugar daddy Richard; Lip discovers startling news about Karen and Jody; Frank's room is rented to a hooker; Veronica suspects Kev of cheating; and Sheila uncovers the truth about what transpired between Frank and Karen last year.
  • stumbles upon a robbery of a LuthorCorp truck carrying kryptonite and is stunned to realize he can't stop the thieves because they are as strong as he is. To keep Clark from going to the police, the thugs attack and , leaving Clark feeling powerless and desperate for a way to protect his parents.
  • In order to stop the slave business in a Muslim country, Barney Collier poses as a Moroccan slave, with Cinnamon Carter as a woman up for sale to the highest bidder.
  • is concerned when he discovers someone has been leaving love notes for at her parents' grave and warns her to stay away from the mysterious poet. Fed up with Clark's over-protectiveness, Lana follows the dark and handsome stranger to his home and discovers his parents keep him locked in chains. Unable to leave him like that, Clark and Lana break into the house to save the boy, but soon realize why he was locked up in the first place.
  • Sam, Dean and a near-victim race the earth's rotation to vanquish a ghost who kills on the anniversary of his death.
  • As Halloween approaches, Castle and Beckett are assigned to investigate the death of a young man found stabbed in the heart with a wooden stake in a graveyard. To Castle's delight, the two must delve into the world of vampires and werewolves to find the killer.
  • Since The League has SAMCRO members behind bars, the club must make new alliances in prison to survive. Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agent Stahl uses this imprisonment to test Clay and Jax's relationship.
  • A chess master loses to Rollin Hand, who gets help from a computer. So he asks Rollin to help him steal gold from a safe, not realizing that he is being set up.
  • Reese and Finch race to save a hotel maid’s life but find themselves surrounded by more suspects than they may be able to eliminate when they realize any guest or staff member could be her potential killer. Meanwhile, Detective Carter weighs a major offer from the FBI.
  • John discusses Victory Day in Russia, paid parental leave, and Japanese government mascots.
  • When a prominent architect, Alan Foster is mysteriously murdered in a crumbling, creepy and old mansion, there seem to be a number of witnesses who say he was killed by a ghost haunting his mansion.
  • Cinnamon Carter works to stop a munitions magnate who is supplying arms to neo-Nazis. She reawakens memories of his late wife, who was murdered by Hitler.
  • The NCAA doesn't pay students athletes because they are considered to be amateurs. They are considered to be amateurs because they don't get paid.
  • While the FBI refocuses their efforts to catch “The Man in the Suit,” Reese’s latest POI becomes a personal mission after he learns that she’s the sister of a soldier who was killed in action.
  • With Finch missing – kidnapped by his hacker nemesis, Root - Reese enlists Detectives Carter and Fusco to get his friend back.
  • Soon after a psychopathic killer, Peter Barlow, escapes from a mental institution, a patient's body is discovered on the hospital grounds -- the victim of a brutal and vicious murder. The following day another patient's body is discovered. Both crimes match Barlow's M.O., and Nick Knight is determined to prevent another murder. But, Nick's quick arrest of Barlow proves there is a different killer at large. Now he must find a new connection between the victims and the murderer.
  • With Finch back in the Library, Reese returns to field work, only to face his toughest case yet – protecting the privileged daughter of a Brazilian diplomat.
  • An epidemic of shared dreaming in Eureka seems amusing if somewhat embarrassing, until it's discovered that the cause will ultimately prove lethal for everyone in town.
  • Nathan Stark and Jack Carter must put aside their rivalry to stop a deadly bacteria from destroying the town and killing Allison's son. But can Carter ignore Stark's crimes as well?
  • Frank, after losing a bet with a fellow bar patron, is now in over his head $10,000, and Karen refuses to let him steal the money from Sheila again; Frank uses Liam to win sympathy panhandling, until the bar patron takes Liam as collateral for the money. Lip wants to continue seeing Karen, who is now attending Sex Addicts Anonymous meetings and in a sex-free relationship with a fellow group member; however, he is also preoccupied with summer courses, running a fighting ring, and selling pot and alcohol out of an ice cream truck with Kev. Fiona and Veronica are waitressing at a local club; Fiona is seeing someone to get her mind off of Steve though V says her new boyfriend is "a rebound" and "even looks like Steve." Ian is still working for Kash and Linda, whose marriage is deteriorating despite her pregnancy; Ian also expresses interest in attending West Point, and Lip agrees to help him with his application and grades; he is also looking forward to Mickey's release from jail. Debbie and Carl run a babysitting service in the house to bring in extra funds. Sheila is simultaneously trying to find Eddie and working on being outside her home.
  • A serial killer who appears to get women completely in his control before killing them is on the loose. But he may be untouchable since it looks like he's a diplomat. Nick's past experience with people who abuse power indiscriminately may make him step over the line in pursuit of justice.
  • John discusses the upcoming Canadian election and urges Canadians not to vote for Stephen Harper.
  • Castle and Beckett are thrust into the world of ex-cons and escorts after a respected Assistant District Attorney is tossed off a multi-story car parking garage. Further, Castle sympathizes with the plight of a call girl connected to the case, resulting in his making promises that he and Beckett may not be able to keep. Meanwhile, Castle is concerned, and mildly hurt, when Alexis confides a secret to Beckett and not to him.
  • John talks about the recent Paris attacks, China's Singles Day, the Koh-i-Noor diamond and Daily Fantasy Sports.
  • When Nick saves Schanke's life during a fire fight, Schanke can't help but notice Nick has taken up flying. Despite Nick's hypnotic suggestion to forget what he saw, Schanke begins investigating Nick's past. Natalie can't deflect him and Janette's attempts to hypnotise him fail. The trail soon leads him to conclude his partner is a vampire and from there to LaCroix. The question is, what is LaCroix going to do with the inquisitive Schanke?
  • Sam disappears, loses seven days and wakes up covered with blood. The brothers investigate - and every clue leads them to believe that Sam's dark side may have finally emerged.
  • John discusses United Kingdom general elections, judicial elections, and the Chinese New Year.
  • The CBI investigates the murder of a young intern, working for a State Senator that keeps a terrible secret, while Jane simultaneously tries to find out what new information Bosco has uncovered on the Red John case.
  • The team investigates the death of a Russian model who rapidly aged. They head for New York City to go to a model show where Pete Lattimer witnesses another model rapidly age. Meanwhile Claudia goes on a date with Todd which doesn't end well.
  • When a young, up-and-coming model is found stabbed with a strange object in a fountain, Castle and Beckett are forced to explore the cut throat world of fashion modeling. Meanwhile, Alexis reconnects with her old baby-sitter, and Ryan and Esposito discover an amusing secret about Beckett.
  • Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a singer in a popular punk band whose body was arranged to resemble a scene in one the band's music videos. When the case stumps the two, Alexis comes to their aid, using knowledge gained as a fan of the band.
  • While dropping playful hints to Beckett about the plot of Castle's first book based on her, the two investigate the murder of a con man posing as a Arctic explorer for school children. The case takes several interesting turns, fascinating Castle and infuriating Beckett, when they suspect that the victim was actually a CIA operative and may have faked his own death. But when an old CIA contact of Castle's disputes that the victim was ever a spy, everyone wonders just who is being fooled.
  • A crazed killer using a flame-thrower to torch his victims sends Nick and Schanke on an underground pursuit. In the confined quarters of the underground sewer system, it's anybody's guess who will find who first. While Nick faces his fear of fire, Natalie discovers she has her own fears to deal with.
  • Monica returns to party and plot scams with Frank, but the rest of the family suspects she hasn't returned to stay; Fiona reconsiders her decision to kick Lip out of the house; Grammy's death affects everyone differently, and leaves Frank determined to make sure he gets every last penny his mother left behind; Sheila and Jody think Eddie's ghost is haunting the house.
  • After discovers that installed cameras in the mansion, he hires some thugs to bug Lionel's office, but things get out of control when Lionel and Martha surprise the thugs and are taken hostage. must figure out a way to save his mother without exposing his powers and sees his chance on an adjacent tall building - if only he could make the leap in a single bound.
  • , Myka, Artie and investigate a series of seemingly random appearances of men from different historical periods occurring in Univille. Meanwhile, Irene Frederic and the Regents help Leena overcome the mental and physical consequences of MacPherson's possession.
  • Tensions between Jax and Clay escalate when they disagree over strategy for rescuing Tig after he's captured by bounty hunters on a gun-running mission. Back in Charming, Gemma is rattled by a graphic reminder of her attack, and she sets out to do something about it.
  • A mysterious carnival clown is really an ancient Hindu cannibal called a Rakshasa. His scariest trick: beguiling children so he can slaughter and devour their parents.
  • As SAMCRO attempts to rid Charming of Ethan Zobelle and The League permanently, familiar faces present new challenges.
  • Upon leaving his wife, Schanke moves in with Nick, expecting to lead a wild bachelor's life with his partner. But the two are soon at odds over the investigation of a wealthy business-man's murder. Feeling that Nick is once again trying to keep one step a head of him, Schanke vows to solve the case on his own. Acting on a sudden revelation while drowning his sorrows in liquor, Schanke rushes to apprehend the murderer without his partner and captures the killer single-handedly. Or, so he thinks.
  • John discusses US Supreme Court decisions on gay marriage and Obamacre, former President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, transgender rights and leap second.
  • John explains why Washington, D.C. deserves to be the 51st state - or at least get full voting rights in Congress.
  • John heads to Russia to interview Edward Snowden as part of a segment on government surveillance.
  • High-stakes poker is the game as the IMF team boards a luxury liner and try to win an emerald in a card game - a gem with microfilm attached to one of its facets.
  • Jane and the CBI investigate the murder of Gordon Hodge, a powerful attorney, who is responsible for allowing a vicious murderer, Van McBride, a leader of a motorcycle gang, to walk away a free man.
  • Jane and company investigate the murder of a man and his wife, on their way to his fifteen year high school reunion where, clearly, the attendees haven't changed all that much.
  • John takes a look at the harmful effects of the oil boom in North Dakota.
  • The children get a 'spirit board' from Ike, and it portends doom for Luke, a child staying with the Waltons, should he leave them by train.
  • After realizing the farm is in financial trouble, goes to her estranged father for help. is thrilled at the prospect of meeting his grandfather but 's refusal to see the man prompts Clark to force a reunion that doesn't go exactly as planned. Meanwhile, discovers an old photograph that suggests her father may still be alive.
  • Finch goes undercover as a high school substitute teacher to protect a teen genius who reminds him of his own adolescence as a child prodigy, as Carter undertakes a dangerous mission to stop the FBI from determining that an imprisoned Reese is the “Man In a Suit”.
  • After Gus' parents are arrested for murdering an old man around Christmas time, Shawn sets out to prove their innocence, and at the same time show them that he is not a bad influence on Gus.
  • Agent Stahl takes notice at the handsome profits Samcro is reaping from the repo business. Meanwhile, the Jax-Clay standoff forces Gemma to make a difficult decision.
  • John Oliver discusses a Fanta controversy in Germany, citizenship grievances for those in U.S. territories, and cigarette packaging.
  • Finch and Reese’s surveillance skills are pushed to the limit when a New York City cab driver’s number comes up and any one of his passengers could be involved in the impending crime.
  • To stop a crooked financier, Jim Phelps and his team pose as counterfeiters ... who concoct a state-of-the-art machine that prints phony money.
  • When the head of a team of astronomers is commits suicide, their predictions of a meteor's collision become public. As panic sweeps the world both mortal and vampire populations face their personal fears. Some of those fears lead to unusual actions.
  • A fail-safe mechanism has fallen into enemy hands. So Jim Phelps and his team work to bring it back to the United States, along with a brilliant scientist who defected.
  • Chibs contemplates making a secret deal with agent Stahl in order to protect his wife and daughter. Deep in emotional turmoil, Opie seeks both revenge and reconciliation.
  • goes into hiding after he discovers a startling new power that quickly gets out of control and almost burns . However, after a hot new teacher uses kryptonite-enhanced pheromones to convince to marry her, then spellbinds , Clark must get a grip on his new power in time to keep Jonathan from killing Lex.
  • Beckett and Castle team up with experienced FBI Special Agent Jordan Shaw in the hunt for a serial killer with an apparent obsession for 'Nikki Heat', the character Castle based on Beckett in his best-seller Heat Wave. It soon becomes apparent that not only is Beckett jealous of Castle's admiration for Shaw and the FBI's hi-tech gadgets, but that Beckett herself could be the killer's ultimate intended victim. Castle also strikes a deal to make Heat Wave into a movie.
  • While investigating a series of murders, Nick discovers that an ancient evil from his past is behind the crimes. LaCroix, his former vampire master, has returned to the city in search of Nick, his one-time pupil. The murders, coldly orchestrated by LaCroix, threaten to uncover Nick's sinister secret when he is arrested as the prime suspect. With the hel of his partner, Don Schanke, and the department pathologist, Natalie Lambert, the only mortal who knows his true identity, Knight escapes. Now an outlaw, he must track down the killer and find LaCroix before he is forced to give up his dream of regaining his mortality.
  • Reese must protect an investigative journalist through surreptitious means to avoid becoming part of her story.
  • A drive-by shooting could ignite a gang war, but Schanke's got stars in his eyes moonlighting on a movie set. Then the star of the movie steps right into the killer's path. Will Nick and Schanke find the renegade killer before this movie star is history?
  • John discusses predatory churches and TV evangelism, the raising of the American flag in Cuba, the redesign of New Zealand's flag, and President Harding's illegitimate child.
  • Pete and Myka have to track down a bad Santa while the rest of the team celebrates the holidays.
  • A childhood nemesis of Gus and Shawn's, who now works as a jockey, turns to them for help in determining why his horses never win, but the investigation soon turns into a murder case when another jockey dies during a race.
  • As Cinnamon Carter is about to go up for auction, she is switched with the kidnapped wife of the ruler's brother in order to expose the slave trade.
  • After a lead brings Bosco's team to one of Lisbon's crime scenes, Minelli orders the two groups to work the case together. The sister of a wealthy woman is kidnapped and the CBI attempts to find the culprits. Bosco struggles with the idea of working with Jane and feels that he is ruining the reputations of those that he works with. In response to his job well done, Bosco acknowledges that Jane offers a valuable perspective and asks for his input on the Red John case.
  • When is shot, is arrested, but after and perform their own crime scene investigation, they realize that more than one person had the opportunity to kill Lionel - including . Meanwhile, is suspicious after she asks her father to take on Jonathan's case and he declines for mysterious reasons.
  • Serena, a victim of Nick's immortal bite from the past, has a plan to regain her mortality. According to ancient legend, a vampire will become mortal if she bears a mortal's child. But to conceive, the mortal must possess an extra chromosome and will be murdered soon after conception. When Trilling, who possesses the magic chromosome, is arrested for murder, Serena provides an alibi to get him out of jail. Fully aware of Serena's plan, Nick struggles to solve the murder -- torn between reconciling the wrong he did Serena and preventing yet another murder. But his actions, along with the reasons behind them can never be revealed.
  • When the number of a leading tech executive comes up, Finch infiltrates her corporation to gather intel but can't determine whether she is working in her company's best interest or planning to destroy it from the inside. Meanwhile, Carter continues to question Detective Beecher's integrity after he provides incriminating information about a fellow detective.
  • Artie's past as a traitor returns to haunt him when someone uses artifacts to murder, and his former Russian handler is the prime suspect.
  • Cinnamon Carter poses as the wife of an archaeologist with a serious heart condition. He needs to be rescued, and an assassination plot needs to be foiled.
  • Something supernatural is offing do-badders at a university. Sam and Dean check into it, mysteriously start bickering like an old married couple, and call Bobby for help.
  • Patrick Jane and the CBI team investigate the death of a mathematical genius by a gun-wielding clown.
  • A documentary filmmaker, with ambitions of becoming a top-notch reporter, is hired to help garner positive publicity for the CBI.
  • When a masked vigilante dispenses superhero-style justice in Detroit, Myka and Pete search for the artifact responsible. Claudia and Leena sort out their animosity while installing motion detectors throughout the Warehouse, and Artie tries to figure out how and why he's apparently being haunted by MacPherson.
  • Castle and Beckett's investigation into the murder of a chef who recently won a reality cooking show, results in her reconnecting with an old high school friend, Madison Queller, who owned the restaurant where the victim worked. And while Beckett's relationship with Demming develops, Castle pursues Madison, but whether for romance or information on Beckett's past for one of his books isn't clear.
  • A lethal government operative who tracks and stops terrorist threats before they occur finds herself on the run – and the new focus of Reese and Finch’s attention. However, their pursuit proves to be their most formidable when they discover that her remarkable skill set equals their own.
  • When an elderly gambler’s number comes up, Reese and Finch head to Atlantic City to delve beneath the surface of their POI’s seemingly ordinary life for answers. In New York, Carter’s crusade to clear a fellow detective’s name brings her perilously close to discovering the remaining HR faction within the department.
  • As John-Boy's high school graduation approaches, their milk cow dies, leaving them with only money for a new suit or a new cow.
  • The owner of a chain of clinics is also a distributor of potentially fatal counterfeit drugs. He's made to believe he has a disease ... and the cure is one of his pills!
  • Castle and Beckett have their hands full looking into the death of a man whose body is found stuffed in a garbage chute when two women arrive to identify the body - one claiming to be the victim's wife, the other his fiancée. Meanwhile, Alexis volunteers at the precinct as part of a civics class project, and works to track down the owner of a packet of photos left over from a case gone cold years ago.
  • MacPherson frees H. G. Wells and escapes the Warehouse with the aid of Leena. The agents try to track down MacPherson and Wells again.
  • Jane and the team investigate the murder of a tutor; the investigation soon turns into a search for a priceless ring stolen from a British museum. Meanwhile, Lisbon is worried when Madeleine Hightower takes charge of the CBI.
  • A top photographer is really a spy operative and needs to be stopped. He holds the key to the names of plague-carrying foreign agents headed for the United States.
  • After barely surviving an explosion set by the serial killer, now identified as Scott Dunn, that destroys her apartment, Beckett pushes Shaw's imposed boundaries on her involvement in the investigation, and gets herself removed from the case. But when Dunn kidnaps Shaw to get to Beckett, Beckett takes over the investigation and finds herself relying on Castle's instincts as a mystery writer to save Shaw and herself.
  • While Jane and the team examine the crime scene where a baseball scout is found murdered, Jane is clocked in the head by a ball and flashes back to his childhood with his overbearing father.
  • Jane insists on going along when Cho is asked to help with the investigation into the low-profile murder of a former fellow gang member.
  • David Constantine is the next in line to become "Don" of the city's biggest crime family, but after witnessing a lifetime of killing and bloodshed, he just wants to live a normal life with his family. Nick Knight understands David's dilemma, as he wants to get away from his self-proclaimed father, LaCroix. However, David's great grandfather will stop at nothing to ensure his grandson's enshrinement, even going to LaCroix for help. This sets up a Father's Day showdown between David and his great grandfather and Nick and LaCroix.
  • Online harassment is a major problem, but it is rarely prosecuted. If only we'd been warned about this in the early days of the internet.
  • John discusses patents, Earth Day, and doomsday, with a special appearance from Martin Sheen.
  • Beverly Barlowe returns to town just as a parasitic bacterium threatens to destroy Eureka, by turning everything to gold and then into rust, people included.
  • John explains why America's bail system is better for the reality TV industry than it is for the justice system.
  • On his way to meet with Rollin Hand, Jim Phelps stops by a small town and unwittingly stumbles upon an elaborate plot to kill a Soviet defector.
  • A mauled body with its heart missing. The Winchester brothers know that means one thing: a werewolf ... and tonight the moon is full. Can they save a lovely girl from being the next gruesome fatality?
  • Dr. Walden wakes up from his coma and tells Lex and Lionel that is an alien and must be destroyed. Meanwhile, a romantic encounter between Clark and Lana hints at a promising future, but after finds out they are together, Lana pulls back.
  • The exact rendering of a map is duplicated in order to fool a female spy. It's the second part of an overlay that details NATO's missile defense system.
  • A travelling salesman named George Reed talks Olivia into buying a 50 book collection, but uses the money to buy a doll for his daughter instead of delivering the goods.
  • An abandoned research project on invisibility returns to haunt Eureka. Carter and Zoe become tangled in a web of strange occurrences that lead to Carter's disappearance, and the possibility that he might never reappear.
  • Jane crosses swords with the leader of a sinister cult while investigating the murder of the heir to a media corporation. Lisbon’s life is put in danger when a member of the cult plants a bomb in the victim’s family home.
  • An isolated deep-freeze sets off a chain reaction of freak climate changes that soon escalate into a threat that could destroy Eureka, and the rest of the planet. Also Carter's ex-wife gets in the mix when she arrives for Zoe's surprise 16th birthday party.
  • Following the restoration of the timeline, Carter and Henry must adjust, while Allison gets Nathan's job, and citizens of Eureka start to spontaneously combust.
  • It has been more than forty years since Nick has seen his close friend, Katherine Barrington, and her secretary Madelyn Pinchot. Now, after Madelyn has been murdered, Nick knows that Katherine will be next if he doesn't find her before the killer does.
  • Romantic sparks begin to fly when Patrick Jane and supposed psychic Kristina Frye cross paths again during the CBI investigation into the murder of a charismatic head of a non-profit organization that fights human trafficking.
  • Sam and Dean have a problem: The ghost of America's first-known serial killer, back for more gore. And they have another problem: Jo, who follows them on their hunt despite her mother's objections.
  • Sex education in America; GOP Debate; India's short-lived porn-site ban; overpricing at Whole Foods.
  • When a legendary talk show host is found dead after Castle appears on his show and he reveals to Castle that his life is in danger, Castle and Beckett work to piece together a timeline of his final hours that could crack the case even though it seems the victim died of natural causes. Meanwhile, Castle's fling with an actress who is up for the part of Nikki Heat in the movie version of Heat Wave, has Beckett jealous.
  • As the computer at Global Dynamics reboots on the occasion of Allison's start as the new director, the disappearance of a Category Red device leads to an unlikely alliance between Carter and Stark.
  • Special Agent Victor Henriksen finally achieves his goal: Sam and Dean behind bars. The only thing scarier than the guys they meet on the inside is a murderous spirit who's offing inmates one by one.
  • When an accused murderer/burglar escapes custody on Juliet's watch, Shawn and Gus enter the case to track him down, only to realize that he is not guilty of murder, but a bounty hunter complicates matters further.
  • Life imitates fiction when Emily Weiss, the best-selling author of a series of vampire novels, is attacked by a crazed fan. Her works are amazingly true to life, leading Nick to believe that she may know more about the vampire community than she says. LaCroix, the leader of the community, sees her as a threat and declares that she must die and Nick must carry out the decree. Nick, however, finds that he is falling in love with this woman. She is the only mortal capable of understanding what it is like to live in eternal darkness, and she would go willingly into his waiting arms if asked. The time has come for the truth and the fiction to become one, and her fate rests in Nick's hands.
  • Dean and Sam investigate the murder of a college student who has come back from the dead seeking revenge on those who mistreated her while she was alive. Upon confrontation, the ghost savagely attacks Sam, leaving him injured. While in town, the brothers visit their mother's grave to pass along something from their father.
  • The investigation into the death of a bike messenger takes a personal turn for Beckett and her colleagues when they discover that the victim was carrying evidence that could exonerate a man jailed years before by Captain Montgomery. Things get even more interesting when they discover that a wealthy candidate for the U.S. Senate from a prominent New York family may have been involved as well.
  • Frank schemes to break Monica out of the facility; Jimmy earns his way back into Fiona's good graces; Lip and Sheila try to do the right thing; Ian runs into Ned.
  • John Oliver discusses the growing issues of pharmaceutical companies marketing directly to and through doctors.
  • While moto-crossing with , falls into a cave and discovers two hidden treasures - ancient Indian writings that hold the key to his identity, and a beautiful girl whom he believes to be his soulmate. Desperate to preserve the writings, Clark pits father against son as he enlists 's help to stop 's construction crew from demolishing the cave.
  • After rescues from the eye of the storm, he discovers the storm's wrath has unleashed the spaceship into the fields and buried his father alive along with the unscrupulous reporter who has discovered Clark's secret. Meanwhile, is wracked with guilt over his father.
  • John discusses the Internal Revenue Service , with a special appearance from Michael Bolton.
Aired
  • 1994
  • 1993-09-27
  • 2005-09-13
  • 2009-09-28
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  • United States of America
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  • 1977-05-21
  • 2011-02-11
  • 2011-03-07
  • 2014-11-26
  • "Exodus"
  • The Good, the Bad, the Blind, the Deaf and the Mute
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Guests
  • Pat Crawford Brown , Ryan Carnes , Betty Murphy , Alejandro Patino
  • Charlie Babcock , Pat Crawford Brown , Kathryn Joosten , Lesley Ann Warren
  • Nick Chinlund , Bob Gunton , Jay Harrington , Harriet Sansom Harris , Kathryn Joosten , Gwendoline Yeo
  • Ryan Carnes , Currie Graham , Jay Harrington , Lee Tergesen
  • Pat Crawford Brown , Terry Bozeman , Shirley Knight
  • Lee Arenberg , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , Ethan Embry , David-Paul Grove , Jeffrey Kaiser , Gabe Khouth , Christie Laing , Mig Macario , Sonequa Martin-Green , Michael Raymond-James , Ingrid Torrance
  • Ryan Carnes , Nick Chinlund , Bob Gunton , Jay Harrington , Harriet Sansom Harris
  • Barbara Hershey , Sonequa Martin-Green , Michael Raymond-James , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Charlie Babcock , Pat Crawford Brown , Joely Fisher , Currie Graham , Shirley Knight , Dakin Matthews , Jesse Metcalfe
  • Jill Brennan , Nick Chinlund , Jeff Doucette , Bob Gunton , Jay Harrington , Harriet Sansom Harris , Gwendoline Yeo
  • Lee Arenberg , Cinder , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , David-Paul Grove , Barbara Hershey , Jeffrey Kaiser , Gabe Khouth , Mig Macario , Colin O'Donoghue , Tony Perez , Raphael Sbarge , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Lee Arenberg , Michael Coleman , Alan Dale , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , Ethan Embry , David-Paul Grove , Jeffrey Kaiser , Mig Macario , Colin O'Donoghue , Ingrid Torrance
  • Ryan Carnes , Jeff Doucette , Kurt Fuller , Currie Graham , Betty Murphy
  • Ethan Embry , Barbara Hershey , Michael Raymond-James
  • Lee Arenberg , Ethan Embry , Sonequa Martin-Green , Michael Raymond-James
  • Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Alan Dale , Barbara Hershey , Sebastian Stan
  • Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Beverley Elliott , Barbara Hershey , Colin O'Donoghue
  • Barbara Hershey , Michael Raymond-James
  • Roger Bart , Steven Culp , Kyle MacLachlan , Jesse Metcalfe , Gwendoline Yeo , Kiersten Warren
  • Currie Graham , Lee Tergesen
  • David Anders , Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Colin O'Donoghue , Raphael Sbarge , Sebastian Stan
  • Jeff Doucette , Currie Graham , Jay Harrington
  • Joely Fisher , Kurt Fuller
  • Ryan Carnes , Currie Graham , Lee Tergesen , Gwendoline Yeo
  • Charlie Babcock , Pat Crawford Brown , Joely Fisher , Sam Lloyd , Betty Murphy , Lesley Ann Warren
  • Lee Arenberg , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Chris Gauthier , David-Paul Grove , Barbara Hershey , Jeffrey Kaiser , Eric Keenleyside , Mig Macario , Colin O'Donoghue
  • Charlie Babcock , Joely Fisher , Kurt Fuller , Harriet Sansom Harris , Shirley Knight , Jesse Metcalfe , Alejandro Patino
  • Tony Amendola , David Anders , Lee Arenberg , Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , David-Paul Grove , Barbara Hershey , Jeffrey Kaiser , Gabe Khouth , Mig Macario , Tony Perez , Raphael Sbarge , Sebastian Stan , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Lee Arenberg , Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , David-Paul Grove , Barbara Hershey , Jeffrey Kaiser , Mig Macario , Colin O'Donoghue
  • Harriet Sansom Harris , Kathryn Joosten , Kyle MacLachlan , Kiersten Warren , Gwendoline Yeo
  • David Anders , Lee Arenberg , Ethan Embry , Barbara Hershey , Colin O'Donoghue
  • Ryan Carnes , Harriet Sansom Harris , Kathryn Joosten , Kyle MacLachlan , Lee Tergesen , Gwendoline Yeo
  • Jill Brennan , Maria Cominis , Sam Lloyd , Alec Mapa , Alejandro Patino
  • Jay Harrington , Harriet Sansom Harris , Lee Tergesen
  • Tony Amendola , Lee Arenberg , Cinder , Jamie Chung , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , Chris Gauthier , David-Paul Grove , Jeffrey Kaiser , Mig Macario , Julian Morris , Colin O'Donoghue , Raphael Sbarge , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Steven Culp , Bob Gunton , Kathryn Joosten , Kyle MacLachlan , Alejandro Patino , Gwendoline Yeo , Joy Bisco
  • Kurt Fuller , Bob Gunton , Jay Harrington , Harriet Sansom Harris , Alejandro Patino
  • Eion Bailey , Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Colin O'Donoghue , Michael Raymond-James
  • David Anders , Ethan Embry , Chris Gauthier , Sonequa Martin-Green , Julian Morris , Michael Raymond-James , Dylan Schmid , Freya Tingley , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Tony Amendola , Eion Bailey , Jakob Davies , Ethan Embry , Sonequa Martin-Green , Michael Raymond-James , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Lee Arenberg , Sarah Bolger , Michael Coleman , Parker Croft , Faustino Di Bauda , Jack Di Blasio , Beverley Elliott , Ethan Embry , Chris Gauthier , David-Paul Grove , Jeffrey Kaiser , Gabe Khouth , Sonequa Martin-Green , Mig Macario , Julian Morris , Michael Raymond-James , Raphael Sbarge , Dylan Schmid
  • Charlie Babcock , Jill Brennan , Joely Fisher , Kurt Fuller , Currie Graham , Sam Lloyd
  • Lee Arenberg , Sarah Bolger , Michael Coleman , Alan Dale , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , David-Paul Grove , Jarod Joseph , Jeffrey Kaiser , Mig Macario , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • David Anders , Lee Arenberg , Sarah Bolger , Jamie Chung , Michael Coleman , Faustino Di Bauda , Beverley Elliott , David-Paul Grove , Jeffrey Kaiser , Gabe Khouth , Mig Macario , Julian Morris , Michael Raymond-James , Raphael Sbarge , Keegan Connor Tracy
  • Tony Amendola , Cinder , Jamie Dornan , Beverley Elliott , Ethan Embry , Jarod Joseph , Michael Raymond-James , Raphael Sbarge
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  • Ágost Zord as George, Paul Usher as Ellingham, Gábor Nagypál as Mercenary Messenger and Hunyadi Aron as Mercenary
  • Sam Anderson as Bernard, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy, Robert Dahey as Poor man, June Kyoko Lu as Mrs. Paik, Tony Lee as Jae Lee, Rain Chung as Mr. Kim, Kim Kim as Mrs. Shin, Josiah D. Lee as Tai Soo and Tomiko Okhee Lee as Mrs. Lee.
  • John Terry as Christian Shephard, Rachel Ticotin as Captain Teresa Cortez, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale and Gabrielle Fitzpatrick as Lindsey Littleton.
  • Kevin Tighe as Anthony Cooper, Katey Sagal as Helen, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Andrea Gabriel as Nadia, Geoffrey Rivas as Father Chuck and Theo Coumbis as Jimmy Bane.
  • Lee Ross as Jasper, Mark Phelan as Mugger, Charlie Brooks as Ceris, Alex Valentin Herceg as Ceris's Child 1, Fremont Farkas as Ceris's Child 2, Kada Haala as Ceris's Child 3, Kelly Endresz-Banlaki as Stable Lass and Alexis Latham as Vagabond
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Tony Lee as Jae Lee, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale and Greg Joung Paik as Dr. Je-Gyu Kim.
  • John Terry as Christian Shephard, Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Julie Bowen as Sarah, Anson Mount as Kevin, Ivana Michele Smith as N.D. Survivor, Katie Doyle as EMT No. 1, Julius Ledda as EMT No. 2, Masayo Ford as Nurse, David Ely as Intern and Larry Wiss as Anesthesiologist.
  • Béla Gados as Inkeeper, Abhin Galeya as Nasir, Mark Smith as Karim, Nadim Sawalha as Bassam, Konnie Huq as Konnie, Joseph Kennedy as Carter, Steven Waddington as King Richard and Barna Illyés as Soldier James
  • Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Kevin Tighe as Anthony Cooper, Curtis Jackson as Security guard, Katey Sagal as Helen, Roxie Sarhangi as Francine, Jeannie Leigh Allison as Moderator, François Chau as "Marvin Candle" and Michael Lanzo as waiter.
  • Michael Elwyn as Edward, John Hopkins as John of York, Tony Slattery as Canon of Birkley, Fernanda Dorogi as Beatrice, Péter Geltz as Jailer and Ben O'Brien as Castle Guard
  • Adetokumboh McCormack as Yemi, Ronald Revels as Goldie, Pierre Olivier as Olu, Kolawolfe Obileye, Jr. as Young Eko, Cynthia Charles as Nigerian Woman, John Bryan as Thug Captain, Ellis St. Rose as Priest, Moumen El Hajji as Tough Moroccan, Lawrence Jones as Lead Soldier, Olekan Obileye as Young Yemi and Achraf Marzouki as Moroccan No. 2.
  • Joseph Kennedy as Carter and Linda Fekete as Jane
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Fredric Lehne as Edward Mars, Beth Broderick as Diane Janssen, Lindsey Ginter as Sam Austen, James Horan as Wayne Janssen, François Chau as "Marvin Candle" and J. Edward Sclafani as Ticket Agent
  • Stephen Beckett as Legrand, Andrew Hefler as Paxton and Lynda Bellingham as Queen Eleanor
  • Michael Elwyn as Edward, Máté Haumann as Outrider, Sara Stewart as Davina / Rose, Ben O'Brien as Workman, Adrienn Pekár as Rose's Daughter, Marcell Csuka as Rose's Son, Péter Geltz as Jailer and Istvan Szori as Foster of Rottanham
  • Malcolm David Kelley as Walt, Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Sam Anderson as Bernard, M.C. Gainey as Mr. Friendly, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Clancy Brown as Kelvin Inman, Tania Raymonde as Alex, April Grace as Ms. Klugh, Alan Dale as Charles Widmore, Stephen Page as Master Sergeant, Michael Bowen as Pickett, Sonya Walger as Penelope Widmore, François Chau as "Marvin Candle", Len Cordova as Mathias, Alex Petrovitch as Henrik, Eyal Podell as Young man and Cathy Foy as Receptionist.
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Rose Nadler, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy, Lillian Hurst as Carmen Reyes, DJ Qualls as Johnny, Billy Ray Gallion as Randy Nations, Marguerite Moreau as Starla and Raj K. Bose as Pakistani Shop Clerk.
  • Adetokumboh McCormack as Yemi, Peter Lavin as Caldwell, Oliver Muirhead as monsignor, Melissa Bickerton as Joyce Malkin, Felix Williamson as Dr. Ian McVay, Nick Jameson as Richard Malkin, François Chau as "Mark Wickmund"[and Brooke Mikey Anderson as Charlotte Malkin.]
  • Henry Ian Cusick as Desmond, Tamara Taylor as Susan Lloyd and Saul Rubinek as Finney.
  • Michael Elwyn as Edward, Denis Lawson as Winchester, Mike Kelly as Guard 2, Mihály Szabados as Servant, Péter Geltz as Jailer and László Keszég as Guard 1
  • Michael Elwyn as Edward, Christian Cooke as Luke Scarlett, Sean Murray as Dan Scarlett, Ralf Little as Joseph, Hannah Storey as Sarah, Henriett Tanai as Jess, Péter Geltz as Jailer, Mike Kelly as Sheriff's Man, Lili Geszler as Serving Girl, Anikó Gruiz as Old Man's Wife, Antal Leisen as Old Man, Gábor Kékessy as Roger of Stoke, Viktor Dénes as Castle Minion and Sandor Istvan Nagy as Castleguard Commander
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Rose, Sam Anderson as Bernard, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Wayne Pygram as Isaac and Donna Smallwood as Aussie woman.
  • Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Evan Handler as Dave, Bruce Davison as Dr. Brooks, Ron Bottitta as Leonard and Grisel Toledo as Nurse.
  • Sam Anderson as Bernard, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy, Brett Cullen as Goodwin, Josh Randall as Nathan, Glenn Lehmann as Donald, Kiersten Havelock as Emma and Mickey Graue as Zack.
  • Mike Kelly as Gisborne's Man 2, Mathew Horne as The Fool, Zoltan Gal as McLellan and Tamás Varga as Jailer
  • Lindsey Ginter as Sam Austen, Mira Furlan as Danielle Rousseau, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Marc Casabani as Tariq, Theo Rossi as SGT Buccelli, Clancy Brown as Joe Inman, Thomas Meharey as U.S. Soldier No. 1 and Kamari Borden as U.S. Soldier No. 2.
  • Malcolm David Kelley as Walt, David Ely as Intern, L. Scott Caldwell as Rose Nadler, Sam Anderson as Bernard Nadler, Kimberley Joseph as Cindy, Ian Somerhalder as Boone Carlyle, Lindsay Frost as Sabrina Carlyle, François Guétary as Philippe, Ashleigh Ann Wood as Nora, Maree Miller as Sophie, Patti Hastie as Nurse, Michael Cowell as Doctor and Sandra Le Bat as Dominique.
  • Matt Devere as Henry of Lewes, David Bamber as Physician Blight, Josie Lawrence as Matilda, Sarah Howarth as Rosa, Mike Kelly as Sheriff's Man, Lili Bordán as Joan and Istvan Szori as Marian's bodyguard
  • L. Scott Caldwell as Rose Nadler, Sam Anderson as Bernard Nadler, Michael Cudlitz as Big Mike, Mark Gilbert as Detective Raggs, Rick Overton as Matthew Reed, Aaron Gold as Jason Elder, Matt Moore as Travis, Jeanna Garcia as Shawna and Rand Wilson as Assistant D.A..
  • John Terry as Christian Shephard, Julie Bowen as Sarah, Monica Dean as Gabriela Busoni, Ronald Guttman as Angelo Busoni and M.C. Gainey as Mr. Friendly.
  • Kevin Dunn as Gordy, Beth Broderick as Diane Janssen, Kim Dickens as Cassidy, Finn Armstrong as Arthur and Richard Cavanna as Peter.
  • Michael Elwyn as Edward, Adam Parkinson as Mark, Adam J. Brown as Daniel, Geff Francis as Smith and Péter Horkay as Servant
  • Malcolm David Kelley as Walt, M.C. Gainey as Mr. Friendly, Tania Raymonde as Alex, April Grace as Ms. Klugh and Michael Bowen as Pickett.
  • George Anton as Stephen, Dexter Fletcher as Count Friedrich and Mike Kelly as Corporal
  • M.C. Gainey as Mr. Friendly, Mira Furlan as Danielle Rousseau, Michael Emerson as Henry Gale, Tania Raymonde as Alexandra Rousseau and William Mapother as Ethan Rom.
  • Neil Hopkins as Liam Pace, Jeremy Shada as Young Charlie, Zack Shada as Young Liam, Sammi Davis as Mrs. Pace, Vanessa Branch as Karen Pace and Craig Young as Director.
Release Date
  • 1991-12-27
  • --11-18
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Season 2
  • ?
  • Orientation
  • Lockdown
  • Abandoned
  • Day 2
  • Adrift
  • Dave
  • S.O.S.
  • "The Crocodile"
  • Two for the Road
  • "Queen of Hearts"
  • "Broken"
  • The Whole Truth
  • "Second Star to the Right"
  • The Hunting Party
  • "Child of the Moon"
  • "The Outsider"
  • "Lacey"
  • "Tallahassee"
  • "Tiny"
  • Collision
  • "The Miller's Daughter"
  • "Lady of the Lake"
  • "Selfless, Brave and True"
  • "Welcome to Storybrooke"
  • "Manhattan"
  • What Kate Did
  • "And Straight on 'Til Morning"
  • "The Evil Queen"
  • "In the Name of the Brother"
  • "Bob's Big Surprise"
  • "Bob's White Christmas"
  • "Clocktower Bob"
  • "Dizzy's Birdwatch"
  • "Dizzy's Statues"
  • "Into the Deep"
  • "Lofty To The Rescue"
  • "Pilchard Goes Fishing"
  • "Runaway Roley"
  • "Spud The Spanner"
  • "Spud The Super-Wrench"
  • "Tea Set Travis"
  • "The Cricket Game"
  • "The Doctor"
  • "The Queen Is Dead"
  • "Wallpaper Wendy"
  • "We Are Both"
  • "Wendy's Big Game"
  • "Wendy's Big Match"
  • "Wendy's Tennis Court"
  • "Wendy's Tennis Match"
  • (The Last Ship Season 2)
  • ...And Found
  • Destination Lost
  • Everybody Hates Hugo
  • Fire + Water
  • Live Together, Die Alone
  • Lost: Reckoning
  • Lost: Revelation
  • Man of Science, Man of Faith
  • Maternity Leave
  • One of Them
  • The 23rd Psalm
  • The Golden Girls: Season Two
  • The Long Con
  • The Other 48 Days
  • Three Minutes
ImageSize
  • 250
  • 300
Airdate
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 1994-09-17
  • 1994-09-24
  • 1994-10-01
  • 1994-10-08
  • 1994-11-12
  • 1994-11-26
  • 1997-11-01
  • 2005-09-21
  • 2005-09-28
  • 2005-10-05
  • 2005-10-12
  • 2005-10-19
  • 2005-11-16
  • 2005-11-23
  • 2005-11-30
  • 2006-01-11
  • 2006-01-18
  • 2006-01-25
  • 2006-02-08
  • 2006-02-15
  • 2006-03-01
  • 2006-03-22
  • 2006-03-29
  • 2006-04-05
  • 2006-04-12
  • 2006-04-26
  • 2006-05-03
  • 2006-05-10
  • 2006-05-17
  • 2006-05-24
  • 2007-07-10
  • 2007-07-17
  • 2007-07-24
  • 2007-07-31
  • 2007-08-07
  • 2007-08-14
  • 2007-08-21
  • 2007-08-28
  • 2007-09-04
  • 2007-09-11
  • 2007-09-18
  • 2007-09-25
  • 2007-10-02
  • 2007-10-06
  • 2007-10-13
  • 2007-10-20
  • 2007-10-27
  • 2007-11-03
  • 2007-11-10
  • 2007-11-17
  • 2007-11-24
  • 2007-12-01
  • 2007-12-08
  • 2007-12-15
  • 2007-12-29
  • 2008-11-02
  • 2009-09-08
  • 2009-09-15
  • 2009-09-21
  • 2009-09-22
  • 2009-09-24
  • 2009-09-28
  • 2009-09-29
  • 2009-10-01
  • 2009-10-05
  • 2009-10-06
  • 2009-10-08
  • 2009-10-12
  • 2009-10-13
  • 2009-10-15
  • 2009-10-19
  • 2009-10-20
  • 2009-10-26
  • 2009-10-27
  • 2009-10-29
  • 2009-11-02
  • 2009-11-03
  • 2009-11-05
  • 2009-11-09
  • 2009-11-10
  • 2009-11-12
  • 2009-11-16
  • 2009-11-17
  • 2009-11-19
  • 2009-11-23
  • 2009-11-24
  • 2009-12-01
  • 2009-12-07
  • 2009-12-10
  • 2009-12-17
  • 2010-01-11
  • 2010-01-14
  • 2010-01-18
  • 2010-01-21
  • 2010-01-25
  • 2010-02-04
  • 2010-02-08
  • 2010-02-11
  • 2010-03-04
  • 2010-03-08
  • 2010-03-11
  • 2010-03-22
  • 2010-03-29
  • 2010-04-01
  • 2010-04-05
  • 2010-04-08
  • 2010-04-12
  • 2010-04-19
  • 2010-04-29
  • 2010-05-03
  • 2010-05-06
  • 2010-05-10
  • 2010-05-13
  • 2010-05-17
  • 2010-05-20
  • 2010-07-06
  • 2010-07-13
  • 2010-07-20
  • 2010-07-27
  • 2010-08-03
  • 2010-08-10
  • 2010-08-17
  • 2010-08-24
  • 2010-08-31
  • 2010-09-07
  • 2010-09-14
  • 2010-09-21
  • 2010-12-07
  • 2011-06-14
  • 2012-01-08
  • 2012-01-15
  • 2012-01-22
  • 2012-01-29
  • 2012-02-05
  • 2012-02-12
  • 2012-02-19
  • 2012-03-04
  • 2012-03-11
  • 2012-03-18
  • 2012-03-19
  • 2012-03-25
  • 2012-04-01
  • 2012-10-04
  • 2012-10-18
  • 2012-10-25
  • 2012-11-01
  • 2012-11-08
  • 2012-11-15
  • 2012-11-29
  • 2012-12-06
  • 2012-12-13
  • 2013-01-03
  • 2013-01-10
  • 2013-01-31
  • 2013-02-07
  • 2013-02-14
  • 2013-02-21
  • 2013-03-07
  • 2013-03-14
  • 2013-04-04
  • 2013-04-25
  • 2013-05-02
  • 2013-05-09
  • 2013-09-27
  • 2015-02-08
  • 2015-02-15
  • 2015-02-22
  • 2015-03-01
  • 2015-03-08
  • 2015-03-15
  • 2015-03-22
  • 2015-04-05
  • 2015-04-12
  • 2015-04-19
  • 2015-04-26
  • 2015-05-03
  • 2015-05-10
  • 2015-05-17
  • 2015-05-31
  • 2015-06-07
  • 2015-06-14
  • 2015-06-21
  • 2015-06-28
  • 2015-07-12
  • 2015-07-19
  • 2015-07-26
  • 2015-08-02
  • 2015-08-09
  • 2015-08-16
  • 2015-08-23
  • 2015-09-13
  • 2015-09-27
  • 2015-10-04
  • 2015-10-11
  • 2015-10-18
  • 2015-11-01
  • 2015-11-08
  • 2015-11-15
  • 2015-11-22
  • --01-07
  • --06-08
  • --06-21
  • --09-20
  • --09-21
  • --09-25
  • --09-27
  • --09-28
  • --09-30
  • --10-02
  • --10-09
  • --11-09
  • --04-22
  • --05-16
  • --09-24
Original channel
Caption
  • Adamus et Stevus
  • DVD cover art
  • Sayus Cheesum!
  • Boxofficesaurus
  • Veritas
  • Gratias Tibi
  • Clipus Clopum
  • China Minimus
  • Correspondium Privada
  • Cover art for season 2 BD/DVD
  • DVD Art
  • Durstus Worstus
  • Et Toupee, Trumpus?
  • Et Tu Brady?
  • GOOOOOOOAAAAAAALUM
  • Gladiatrix
  • Googus Gagum
  • Greatus Pumpkin
  • Hostus Lettermanus
  • Hostus Maximus
  • Measlus Minimus
  • Meetus Metsus
  • Millenials Insolventia
  • Oompus Lumpus
  • Pageantus Scholarshipus?
  • Paris, je t'aime
  • Persona Non Grata
  • Politicum Machinum
  • Poster for Season 2.
  • Power Rangus
  • Salmonellum
  • Scrotus Moistus
  • Season 2 DVD Cover
  • Season 2's official poster.
  • Slipum Slideum
  • Storeus Grainus
  • Testes Shrinkus
  • That smug look. YOU JUST KNOW.
  • The Golden Girls Season 2 DVD Cover
  • The season 2 Photoshoot
  • Tyrannus In Absentia
  • Viva E Prospero
  • Whereus Eggus?
First
  • 2009-02-19
  • 2009-03-27
  • 2014-06-16
  • "Vortex"
  • The Stronger Evil
desc
  • Bob will dress up as Father Christmas/Santa Claus for the local school carol concert, but he loses time when Farmer Pickles gets snowed in.
  • Roley loses the brakes in the morning and sleep-rolls out of the yard and causes destruction everywhere. He crashes into the lamps, signs, walls, etc. Bob, Wendy and the machines have to guide Roley back to the yard without waking him up.
  • While Wendy is away, Bob and the gang give her garden a make-over.
  • Bob decorates Mr. Broadbent's new flat, but as he has never decorated before, he ends up making a complete mess.
  • While repairing a clock tower, Lofty tries to lift Bob's toolbox onto the scaffolding but accidentally knocks his ladder over on the ground. By nighttime, Bob tries to have Lofty lift his ladder back up, but Lofty gets frightened by a bat and speeds away from the clock tower in fear, leaving Bob stranded on the scaffolding for almost all night, with his phone not accessible as it is on the ground below.
  • Lofty is afraid of going over the bridge because of his fear of heights, but when Spud falls off the bridge and into a tree while he plays with Scoop and Muck, Lofty has to overcome his fears and rescue him.
  • Dizzy watches a birds nest and sees the hatchlings emerge and learn to fly.
  • Bob and the gang are preparing for recycling. Farmer Pickles tells Travis to look after his old tea set, but when Spud and Travis are not around, they forget about the tea set and the gang almost recycles it.
  • Spud is bored of being a scarecrow and he takes Bob's toolbox to try to change himself, unaware that he will come apart.
  • While building a new tennis court, Travis and Spud try to put the net up, but Spud finds it too heavy and falls into the wet tar.
  • Bob is preparing for a "Brightest Building Yard" competition. But when Spud kicks a ball at Wendy, the line-making machine makes a mess, forcing him to clean it up.
  • Wendy is cleaning Bob's fish tank, but when Muck comes for more cement, he crashes into the lean-to garage. When Wendy gets distracted by another job, Pilchard intends to eat Finn up.
  • Bob has to put up bollards around the town hall and put up Mrs. Pott's garden statues at the same time. Dizzy tries to help, but gets very mixed up.
Region
  • 2005-07-21
  • 2005-08-01
  • 2005-09-06
  • 2005-10-25
  • 2010-02-08
  • 2010-03-16
  • 2010-07-26
  • 2012-06-05
  • 2012-09-05
  • 2013-11-11
  • 2014-06-17
beginningdate
  • 2016-09-01
mainstory
  • Chickens
  • Fashion
  • Infrastructure
  • Stadiums
  • Tobacco
  • Torture
  • Televangelists
  • North Dakota
  • Mental Health
  • Patents
  • Standardized Testing
  • Mandatory Minimums
  • Elected Judges
  • Bail
  • Canadian Election
  • Daily Fantasy Sports
  • FIFA II
  • Food Waste
  • Government Surveillance
  • LGBT Discrimination
  • Marketing to Doctors
  • Medicaid Gap
  • Migrants and Refugees
  • Municipal Violations
  • Online Harassment
  • Paid Family Leave
  • Pennies
  • Prisoner Re-Entry
  • Public Defenders
  • Sex Education
  • The IRS
  • The NCAA
  • Transgender Rights
  • U.S. Territories
  • Washington DC Statehood
season run
  • --09-11
Region A
  • 2010-03-16
  • 2014-06-17
disney channel premiere
  • 2016-01-29
finaleairdate
  • 2016-10-18
noofepisodes
  • 14
premiereairdate
  • 2016-05-30
Main enemy
  • Count Olaf and associates, Esmé Squalor
finally date
  • Tba
run end
  • 2009-05-31
final episode
run start
  • 2009-03-08
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No. of episodes
  • 9
  • 10
  • 22
  • 23
  • (13)
  • (8)
Boxset
releasedates
  • --11-09
PreviousSeason
  • Season 1
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ep count
  • 10
  • 39
ref book
  • The Discontinuity Guide
  • The Sixties
  • Wiped!
  • About Time 1
  • The First Doctor Handbook
broadcast year
  • 1964
  • 1965
mythmakers
  • MM VHS 33
  • MM VHS 34
  • MM VHS 35
  • MM VHS 4
  • MM VHS 41
  • MM VHS 43
  • MM VHS 46
  • MM VHS 54
story count
  • 5
  • 9
script ed
  • David Whitaker
  • Dennis Spooner
DWMSE
  • DWMSE 12
  • DWMSE 34
  • DWMSE 7
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Width
  • 179
DVD
  • 2004-02-23
  • 2010-05-25
  • 2013-02-19
  • 2013-08-13
  • 2014-10-07
  • 2014-10-14
  • The Sopranos The Complete Second Season
show name
  • 3
Judges
fgcolor
  • white
Run
  • 2018
  • 2015-11-01
  • --01-16
  • --04-09
  • --05-19
  • --09-12
  • --07-26
  • Feb 8, 2002 - Feb 14, 2004
Pre
W
  • 200
LineColor
  • 7
  • F86FB4
Created by
  • Simon Fuller
imagewidth
  • 150
  • 300
Link
  • Reconstruction
  • Jennings & Rall
  • Oversight
  • Condor
  • Patriots and Tyrants
  • Sedition
  • Termination for Cause
Written By
  • Simon Jowett
  • Chris Trengove
  • Diane Redmond
  • Jimmy Hibbert
  • Ben Randall
Preceded By
Production
  • --07-25
  • --11-13
Premiere Date
  • 2006-06-03
  • 2006-09-28
Ended
  • 1965-07-24
  • 2006-08-17
Height
  • 100
Title
Previous Season
A
  • right
Season Number
  • Season 2
Aux
  • 2.850000
  • 3.150000
  • 3.160000
  • 3.470000
  • 3.600000
  • 3.820000
  • 4.470000
  • 5.900000
  • 6.110000
  • TBA
  • (N/A)
Music
Original run
  • --02-14
  • --06-21
  • --09-22
  • --09-30
  • --10-11
  • --10-14
bgcolour
  • #ba3339
Image size
  • 250
  • 300
DirectedBy
Num episodes
  • 26
BGCOLOR
  • #006400
  • #FFCC33
Host
First episode
OriginalAirDate
  • 2010-03-14
  • 2010-03-21
  • 2010-03-28
  • 2010-04-11
  • 2010-04-18
  • 2010-05-02
  • 2010-05-09
  • 2010-05-16
  • 2010-05-23
  • 2010-06-13
  • 2010-06-20
  • 2010-07-18
  • 2010-08-08
  • 2010-08-29
  • 2010-09-19
  • 2010-11-07
  • 2010-11-14
  • 2010-11-25
  • 2010-12-05
  • 2010-12-13
  • 2010-12-19
  • 2011-01-09
  • --09-26
Format
  • Teen sitcom
Stars
DVD release
  • 2008-08-29
First Aired
  • 1996-09-22
  • 2008-06-16
  • September 27, 1986
Before
Movie Name
  • Season 2
EpisodeNumber
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 30
  • 31
  • 32
  • 33
  • 35
  • 36
  • 37
  • 38
  • 39
  • 41
  • 42
  • 43
  • 44
  • 45
  • 46
  • 47
  • N/A
Finale Date
  • 2007-05-17
Coronation Song
Finale Air Date
  • 2005-05-24
Credited Cast
musicaldirector
Premiere Air Date
  • 2004-09-21
dvdrelease
  • 2010-11-30
Held from
  • --01-21
seasonimage
  • 260
Finale Episode
Premiere Episode
exec prod
  • Barry Sonnenfeld
  • Brian Wright
  • Cindy Holland
  • Daniel Handler
  • Frank Siracusa
  • John Weber
  • Ted Biaselli
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  • Code Red
  • Recovery
  • Eureka
  • Red
  • Season Two
  • Boom!
  • Rush
  • Lineage
  • Visitor
  • The Cradle
  • The Honeymoon
  • Accelerate
  • Redemption
  • Sucker Punch
  • The Odyssey
  • The Awakening
  • Service
  • The Gift
  • The Widow
  • The Journey
  • Skinwalker
  • Playthings
  • Blood Money
  • Nocturne
  • Heat
  • A Game of Chess
  • Overkill
  • Exodus
  • The Survivors
  • Fever
  • Father's Day
  • Heart
  • The Roots
  • Ryan
  • The Culling
  • Vortex
  • Bloodlust
  • The Heritage
  • Unpredictable
  • No Exit
  • Phoenix Rising
  • Redux
  • Precipice
  • Redline
  • The Spy
  • Balm
  • Everybody Loves a Clown
  • The Third Man
  • The Town
  • Blood In, Blood Out
  • Hunted
  • The Usual Suspects
  • Red Menace
  • Suspect
  • Red Sky in the Morning
  • Maneater
  • All That Glitters...
  • Sweet Charity
  • Smite
  • The Money Machine
  • The Phoenix
  • Red Badge
  • When the Bough Breaks
  • Sight Unseen
  • Duplicity
  • Dichotic
  • The Bank
  • The Photographer
  • Folsom Prison Blues
  • The Substitute
  • Insurgence
  • Visage
  • Witness
  • Family Reunion
  • Rosetta
  • Den of Thieves
  • Prodigal
  • The Car
  • Tall Tales
  • Wrapped Up in Death
  • Potlatch
  • The Counterfeiter
  • Food to Die For
  • A Beautiful Mess
  • A Bottle of Jean Nate
  • A Deadly Game
  • A Great Cause
  • A Night At Global Dynamics
  • A Price Above Rubies
  • A Rose for Everafter
  • Aingavite Baa
  • Albification
  • All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 1
  • All Hell Breaks Loose - Part 2
  • American Duos
  • And Down The Stretch Comes Murder
  • Black Gold and Red Blood
  • Black and Tan: A Crime of Fashion
  • Bleeding Heart
  • Born Under A Bad Sign
  • Bounty Hunters!
  • Calling
  • Can I Have a Mother
  • Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things
  • Croatoan
  • Crossroad Blues
  • Deep in Death
  • Dis-Lodged
  • Duck, Duck Goose
  • E=MC...?
  • Fa Guan
  • Falx Cerebri
  • Famous Last Words
  • Fiona Interrupted
  • Fix
  • Fool Me Once…
  • Games People Play
  • Gilead
  • God Is In The Details
  • Gus' Dad May Have Killed an Old Guy
  • His Red Right Hand
  • Hollywood Babylon
  • Houses of the Holy
  • Hurricane Monica
  • I'll Light a Candle for You Every Day
  • If You're So Smart, Then Why Are You Dead?
  • In My Time of Dying
  • Inventing the Girl
  • Just Like the Pilgrims Intended
  • Kill the Messenger
  • Lights, Camera...Homicidio
  • Love Me Dead
  • Meat Is Murder, But Murder Is Also Murder
  • Na Trioblóidí
  • Nightshifter
  • Noche de Suenos
  • One Man's Treasure
  • Operation "Heart"
  • Parenthood
  • Psy vs. Psy
  • Red All Over
  • Red Bulls
  • Red Herring
  • Red Letter
  • Red Scare
  • Roadkill
  • Rob-A-Bye Baby
  • Rose-Colored Glasses
  • Shawn of the Dead
  • Simon Said
  • Small Tears
  • Suicide Squeeze
  • Summer Loving
  • Summertime
  • The Air Mail Man
  • The Astrologer
  • The Bequest
  • The Braggart
  • The Chicken Thief
  • The Condemned
  • The Council - PART 1
  • The Council - PART 2
  • The Double Down
  • The Echo of Yesterday
  • The Emerald
  • The Fawn
  • The Fifth Bullet
  • The Five Foot Shelf
  • The Fulfillment
  • The Ghost Story
  • The Graduation
  • The Killing
  • The Late Shaft
  • The Mistress Always Spanks Twice
  • The Old and The Restless
  • The Prize
  • The Red Box
  • The Scarlet Letter
  • The Seal
  • The Separation
  • The Slave - PART 1
  • The Slave - PART 2
  • The Thanksgiving Story
  • The Theft
  • The Triangle
  • There's Something About Mira
  • Throwing Fire
  • Tick, Tick, Tick…
  • Trek
  • Trial by Fury
  • Try, Try Again
  • Vampire Weekend
  • What Is And What Should Never Be
  • Zero To Murder In Sixty Seconds
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  • When Grace, an elderly woman, wins the "Be So Random! for a Day" contest, the So Random! cast ends up planning an "old geezer" sketch that not only offends Grace and her entire retirement home, but all elderly people. Grace and her friends turn the tables and play a practical joke on the cast. Meanwhile, Chad attempts to help a group of kids with their fear of clowns and ends up looking like one himself. References * During one sketch, other Disney Channel shows are parodied, including That's So Raven, Wizards of Waverly Place, and Hannah Montana. * The end-credits sequence features parodies of routines from The Benny Hill Show , and Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In . Guest Stars: Estelle Harris as Grace Gallagher, Carol Locatell as Edith and Larry Gelman as Buddy Absent: Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora
  • Chad sends his stunt double, Chaz, on dates with Sonny.
  • Feeling that Gassie doesn't get the affection that he deserves, Sonny takes it upon herself to show the dog love, love that it doesn't get from its trainer. Sonny then finds out that giving the dog affection effects Gassie's mood to flatulate on command when filming the "Gassie" sketches as well jeopardizing the feature film Gassie & We. Sonny then gives Gassie too many dog treats that may have killed him. In the end it turns out Gassie was in shock from too many meatball treats and gets the love he deserves, also putting Chad into shock by pretending to be dead. Meanwhile, Nico and Grady borrow money from Dakota Condor to invest in fart noise lunch boxes for "Gassie & We". So Random! sketch: :"Gassie the Toot'n Pooch" Guest Star: G. Hannelius as Dakota Condor and Siobhan Hogan as Bella, Gassie's trainer
  • A holiday episode of So Random! hosted by Chad Dylan Cooper.
  • After breaking up with Chad, Sonny writes a song to sing at open mic night. But when her new neighbor asks her to quiet down her practicing, Chad steps in and bets the neighbor that everyone will love Sonny's song, unaware that it's about him.
  • When Sonny and Tawni destroy Dakota's new bike they bring it to Izzy, the prop guy, to fix it.
  • A So Random! episode hosted by Shaquille O'Neal.
  • Absent: Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora
  • Chad is fired after being too greedy, allowing for Grant to take over as the "Nu" MacKenzie.
  • When the casts of So Random! and Mackenzie Falls keep doing ridiculous things to each other, Ms. Bitterman decides do take them to the woods so they can start trusting each other. While on a team building retreat in the woods, Ms. Bitterman tells the group about the legend of "Candyface". When mysterious events start happening and personal items are found broken, the So Random! cast is convinced that "Candyface" is responsible. So Random! sketch: :"Mackenzie Stalls": The cast of So Random! parody Mackenzie Falls, but instead of the setting being by a waterfall, the setting of the sketch is in a school bathroom. Guest Stars: Vicki Lewis as Ms. Bitterman
  • Sonny and Chad are nervous over their first kiss.
  • When Sonny discovers that Mr. Condor has brought her favorite childhood show "Pauly and Pals" to shoot on the lot, she arranges to attend a taping and gets to meet Pauly before the show. Also, Chad and Sonny celebrate their seven week anniversary, and Chad becomes worried when the signs of a girl losing interest start to come true with Sonny. Absent: Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora Guest Stars: Vicki Lewis as Ms. Bitterman, Bobby Slayton as Hank and Daniel Roebuck as Mr. Condor
  • Sonny and Tawni are invited on an exchange program to Glendovia because of the success of their "Check-it-Out Girls" sketch, but refuse to go together due to an unknown argument. When Tawni goes she is shocked to discover that it is a cultural wasteland and that the Glendovians think the characters are real check out girls. Meanwhile, an exchange student impresses a girl Nico and Grady like, and they both think it is because of his mustache. They then wear a mustache trying to impress her, but they get themselves stuck in their own mustaches because of the glue. So Random! sketch: :"The Check-it-out Girls": A popular sketch which was a recurring segment in Season 1. Guest Stars: Michael Kostroff as Marshall, Sam Lerner as Dinka Absent: Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora Title Reference: Annie Get Your Gun
  • Sonny and her fellow cast members are disappointed with their studio perks, they then write a letter to Mr. Condor expressing their dissatisfaction. Mr. Condor becomes upset by this and fires the cast forcing them to attend public high school and hires his daughter Dakota as the one and only star of So Random!. So Random! sketches: * "The Real Princesses of New Jersey": A parody of both The Real Housewives of New Jersey reality-show and the Disney Princess franchise, performed by Sonny , Tawni , Zora , and Grady . * "Sally Jenson: Kid Lawyer": The cast rehearses this sketch, with Dakota later replacing Zora. * "Rappin' Pirate": A sketch mentioned by the other cast members, normally performed by Nico, later replaced by Dakota. Guest Stars: Michael Kostroff as Marshall Pike, G. Hannelius as Dakota Condor and E. E. Bell as Principal Title Reference: High School Musical
  • When Sonny is sick, Chad takes over her responsibilities.
  • Sonny and her mom start watching Mackenzie Falls and eventually become addicted to it. When the season finale is coming up, Sonny can't wait for it and just asks Chad what happens between Mackenzie and Chloe in the finale, though she words it as if she wants him to ask her out instead, which he does. When the other the So Random! cast members finds out Sonny is watching Mackenzie Falls, they disapprove and Sonny is afraid to tell them about her and Chad. Meanwhile, the cast are working on Astronomy projects and Grady and Nico try to find a way to get Sonny to do it for them. Guest Star: Nancy McKeon as Connie Munroe
  • Sonny and Chad try to keep their relationship a secret from their fellow So Random! and Mackenzie Falls cast members. However, they keep slipping up and saying the words "Chad" and "Sonny" during their rehearsals. This makes the cast members of both shows suspicious. When they go on their first date, Chad messes up because he is nervous and ends up spitting water on Sonny. The cast of So Random! then finds out about their date when the incident is posted on the cover of "Tween Weekly" magazine. Chad blames Sonny for what happened and Sonny, infuriated, "breaks up" with him. He then climbs through her window into her house to apologize, and shows Sonny a billboard he had made that says he is a fool for her. They then restart their relationship and have a "second first date". Guest Star: Nancy McKeon as Connie Munroe
  • Tawni bans gum from the set after "almost dying" from tripping over Sonny's leftover pieces. Even though Sonny has a ritual of chewing gum just before going on stage and feels she can't be funny without it. Meanwhile, Chad invites Nico and Grady to exercise in his personal gym as a ploy to use their workouts to power his new "green" dressing room. So Random! sketches: "Sicky Vicky" and "Toe-nail Fairy" .
  • When Chad is unhappy with the number of Flitter followers he has, Sonny enlists the help of Chad's fan club president, Amber.
  • When So Random! and MacKenzie Fall are both up for the same award, the friction between the two casts rises.
  • When Grady's brother, Grant, makes fun of him for not having a girlfriend, Sonny steps in and pretends to be his girlfriend. They try and keep the act going when Grant visits and Sonny tries to squeeze in a date with Tridark, star Blake Radisson. Meanwhile, Nico and Tawni pull a prank on Chad just before he gets ready to shoot a commercial for his self-titled energy bar. Absent: Allisyn Ashley Arm as Zora
  • Sonny’s favorite musician, Trey Brothers, is visiting and she would like to spend time with him to show him some songs she has written. However, Tawni likes Trey and thinks Sonny is trying to steal him from her. So she says that Sonny's song is her song. But then things get more complicated when Trey steals "Tawni's song". Meanwhile, Nico and Grady try to find out how to work a magic box. Guest Stars: Guy Burnet as Trey Brothers, Michael Kostroff as Marshall Pike
  • Sonny celebrating her one-year anniversary with So Random! is hindered when is she accused of being of thief. From stealing a necklace at a department store, to stealing Nico and Grady's gold coin and possibly stealing the idea of the "Sicky Vicky" sketch. When proof of the contrary is to no avail, she is fired from from the show. Meanwhile, Tawni is annoyed at the fact that she is constantly ignored. Guest Stars: Michael Kostroff as Marshall Pike, Leslie-Anne Huff as Penelope and Regan Burns as Ryan Loughlin
  • Sonny convinces Marshall to quit So Random! to live his dream.
Release
  • --09-17
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  • With the abduction of Walt fresh on their minds and their raft destroyed, Michael, Sawyer and Jin fight for their lives and discover a new predator in the roiling ocean. Meanwhile on land, Locke must descend into the Hatch when one castaway goes missing inside.
  • Emma, Mary Margaret and David go in search of Regina when they discover that she - along with some magic beans - have gone missing. But against Neal's protests, Emma still believes that Tamara had something to do with Regina's disappearance. Mr. Gold contemplates telling Lacey the truth about his ability to conjure magic. Meanwhile, after Rumplestiltskin abandons his son and lets him travel alone through a portal, young Bae finds himself back in 19th century London and is taken in by the Darling family - befriending their daughter Wendy.
  • Cora does everything in her power to steal the compass away from Mary Margaret and Emma in her quest to find the entrance to Storybrooke. Meanwhile, in order to protect Henry from further danger, Regina and Mr. Gold must put David's life in jeopardy in an attempt to put him in contact with Mary Margaret across the lands to give her vital information that could help her and Emma return through the portal back to Storybrooke.
  • Disturbing memories from Hurley's past cause him to struggle with a task he's assigned inside the Hatch. Meanwhile Sawyer, Michael and Jin discover the identities of their captors, and Claire uncovers a shocking piece of information about the fate of the raft.
  • When Rousseau leads Sayid to a mysterious captive in the jungle, he becomes determined to find out if he is one of "The Others". Meanwhile, Sawyer discovers Hurley's potentially devastating breech of the survivors' trust and blackmails him into helping track an elusive island creature that won't leave Sawyer alone.
  • One of the castaways is chosen to descend into the hatch, and Shannon stumbles upon a shockingly familiar face in the jungle. The band of friends, family, enemies and strangers must continue to work together against the cruel weather and harsh terrain if they want to stay alive. But, as they have discovered during their 40-plus days on the Island, danger and mystery loom behind every corner, and those they thought could be trusted may turn against them.
  • Dr. Whale is tasked with mending Hook's wounds and performing surgery on the stranger whose car crashed upon entering Storybrooke. However, some of the townspeople fear that the stranger may have seen magic - which could expose their true identities to the world - and think that leaving him to die would be the best solution. Meanwhile, as Mr. Gold tries to reunite with a despondent Belle, Cora attempts to reunite with daughter Regina. In the time that was, Viktor desperately wants to prove to his disapproving father that he can indeed bring back the dead.
  • Danielle reaches the final straw between her and her mother and reaches a decision with Matthew. Feeling she can't take it anymore, Bree comes to grip with her control issues. Lynette tries to touch base with Tom, but her suspicions lead to a surprise. Susan must start over and reaches a new point in her battle with Edie. Felicia Tilman has more in store for Paul Young. Gaby, Carlos and Xiao-Mei get pregnant and Gaby learns that it's more than she could handle.
  • Robin and his gang are attacked in Sherwood forest by some men. The leader is revealed to be the King's guard, Legrand. He gives Robin the message.
  • Survivors fear that "The Others" may have returned when Sun is injured during a failed kidnapping attempt.
  • Lynette finds out how Tom has been spending company money on non-business trips and tickets for two; Tom gets fired. Gabrielle promises Xiao-Mei she will not let her be sent back to China. Bree and Andrew reach an impasse. Edie's private detective gets the goods on Karl and Susan. Betty underestimates Matthew. Susan asks Mike if he still has feelings for her.
  • Susan's longtime book agent and dear friend, Lonny Moon, gets into financial trouble. Bree reburies Rex amid police suspicions. Lynette is forced to go out to bars night after night with her man-hungry boss, Nina . Gabrielle hires hotshot lawyer David Bradley to defend Carlos.
  • Bree's mother-in-law, Phyllis, gets Bree in trouble with the law. Susan bravely tries to accept Edie's new role in Julie's life. Lynette's demanding boss makes her miss Parker's first day of kindergarten. Gabrielle and John meet again.
  • Susan is surprised, and not pleasantly so - when she finds out who Edie's new boyfriend is. Meanwhile Lynette goes back to work, leaving Tom at home in charge of the house, which turns out to be a better plan in theory than in practice. Bree's mother-in-law, Phyllis, continues to drive Bree crazy with her melodramatic grieving, and Carlos makes an unusual request of Gabrielle.
  • Mr. Gold enlists the aid of David to help him try to jog Belle's now cursed memories and get her to love him again, and when it is revealed that the magic beans Anton and the dwarves have been harvesting have begun to grow and could possibly transport everybody home, Emma is torn over whether she would want to live in fairytale land or stay in our world. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Rumplestiltskin forces Belle to accompany him on a hunt to kill a thief, whom she had freed in the name of mercy.
  • Jack, Locke and Sawyer pursue a determined Michael after he heads into the jungle toward the dreaded "Others" in search of Walt. Meanwhile, Sun has a surprising reaction to Jin's desire to join the search party, and Hurley and Charlie commiserate over the age-old conundrum of "what women want".
  • Emma and Mary Margaret, with the aid of Mulan, Aurora and brave knight Lancelot, attempt to find a portal that will bring them back to Storybrooke, but a dark force threatens their safe return. Meanwhile, Henry tries to talk Jefferson into reuniting with his daughter, and, back in the fairytale land that was, on the eve of meeting Prince Charming's mother, King George poisons Snow White, and the only antidote lies within the waters of the Lady of the Lake.
  • Mr. Eko enlists Locke to help find a secret location he believes houses answers to the Island's mysteries. Meanwhile, Jack and the other survivors struggle to cope with the horrific situation in the Hatch.
  • Lynette is called in to her kid's school as Parker has decided to play doctor. Carlos and Gabrielle must go to court to get custody of their baby, after they find out she was legally someone else's child. Bree's father and mother come to town to mediate between Andrew and her. Karl confesses his true feelings to Susan, and they end up in bed.
  • Upon discovering Cora and Regina's plan to find and take possession of Rumplestiltskin's dagger, Mary Margaret, with the aid of David and Mother Superior, makes it her mission to find it first; and while Mr. Gold continues his quest in New York to reunite with son Bae, Hook devises a plan to rid himself of a crocodile. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, the Blue Fairy offers Snow White an unconventional enchantment that could help save her dying mother, Queen Eva.
  • Cora's desire to rid herself of Rumplestiltskin in order to take his place as The Dark One takes one step closer to becoming reality as she and Regina try to overpower a dying Mr. Gold, and Mary Margaret is once again tempted by dark magic. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Rumplestiltskin agrees to offer his services to a younger Cora - for a price - when the king calls her bluff and orders her to actually follow through on her boast of being able to spin straw into gold.
  • A desperate Claire, along with Kate and Rousseau, attempts a return to the scene of her kidnapping where she believes she might find the cure for Baby Aaron's mysterious illness. Meanwhile, Jack and Locke must keep their prisoner a secret from the rest of the survivors. This episode is unique in that all of Claire's flashbacks were her experiences on the Island while she was abducted by Ethan, not of her life before the crash.
  • Gabrielle and Carlos are looking to adopt, but run into Helen Rowland, who works at the adoption agency. Susan goes in for surgery, but a nurse at the hospital knows that she's married. Bree is accused of beating Andrew - and he's got bruising on his face and a lawyer. Paul Young reappears on Noah Taylor's radar. Tom has trouble accepting that his wife is also his boss. Felicia returns to Wisteria Lane.
  • While Mary Margaret goes off on her own in an attempt to come to grips with what she did to Cora and how her deed has affected her, she stumbles upon August, who has hidden himself away from the others, ashamed at the actions he has taken in life, and is completely made of wood. Meanwhile, Emma is shocked when Neal invites his fiancée, Tamara, to come to Storybrooke. In flashbacks, after the curse is cast, August is introduced to a man of magic who may be able to prevent him from turning back into wood... but at a steep price.
  • This is a clip show. ABC once again invites new and avid "Lost" viewers to take another look at one of the most talked about shows. "Destination Lost" will explore the series in a way that will bring new viewers up to date -- but which current viewers will also find illuminating -- in anticipation of the series' second season premiere. From the back stories of some of the most interesting characters on television to the mysteries of the Island, "Destination Lost" will provide an insightful glimpse into the lives of some of the survivors of the doomed Oceanic Airlines flight 815. Narrated in a linear fashion and culminating from the pieces of the back stories told over multiple episodes in the series, "Destination Lost" focuses on the flashbacks of a core of characters -- illustrating who they were and what they were doing before the crash, and how the Island has changed their lives, for better or worse. In addition, the Island itself will be explored - culled from events that have taken place - which may reveal some of its secrets that might have been missed upon first viewing. ABC
  • With the hopes of finding a magical compass that could help her and Mary Margaret get back to Storybrooke, Emma takes a journey with a not-too-trustworthy Captain Hook up a treacherous beanstalk, in an attempt to steal the item from a murderous giant. Meanwhile, Emma's past is revealed to be anything but magical when she meets up with a fellow thief who wants to make an honest woman out of her.
  • Kate's original crime that started her life on the run is revealed. Meanwhile, the survivors lay one of their own to rest, Kate sleeplessly watches over a feverish Sawyer, and Mr. Eko has a surprise for Locke regarding the Hatch.
  • Edie thinks that Karl is going to pop the question, but he's really trying to marry Susan. Carlos learns more about the fractured relationship between Gabrielle and her mother, Lucia . Noah asks to see Zach. Lynette learns the extent of Bree's problem with alcohol, after she asks Bree to babysit her children.
  • When the Hatch suddenly takes on a life of its own, Locke is forced to enlist the help of an unlikely ally. Meanwhile, Ana Lucia, Sayid and Charlie go off into the jungle to find out the truth about Henry.
  • Regina is accused of murdering one of the town's most beloved fairytale characters, and only Emma senses that she may be innocent. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land that was, after capturing the Evil Queen, Snow White and Prince Charming set about planning her public execution in order to rid the land of her murderous tyranny.
  • The Black Knights plan to kill the King in the Holy Land. Robin and his gang try to warn the King, but he doesn't believe them.
  • As Carlos continues serving his jail sentence, Gabrielle valiantly tries to free him. Meanwhile, Mike and Susan face a crisis in their relationship when Mike learns that Susan paid for Zach to go away. Paul Young is back in Wisteria Lane and has a confrontation with Susan. Bree and George start dating and eventually consummate their relationship. Lynette indulges in a magnificent obsession.
  • The dwarfs pick up their axes and try to find fairy dust in the Storybrooke mine, and Belle's disgust over Mr. Gold's continuing thirst for power comes to a head, and she threatens to leave him if he can't change his evil ways, but a reunion with an old acquaintance could prove to be Belle's undoing. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land that was, Rumplestiltskin attempts to save his wife, Milah, from being kidnapped by a band of cutthroat pirates.
  • Flashbacks take us back to moving-in day on Wisteria Lane for Susan, Bree, Lynette, and Gabrielle and how Mary Alice met them on their very first day on the lane. Also, in other flashbacks we are taken back to the day Melanie Foster was murdered. Back in the present, Bree gets some frightening news. Susan moves into a trailer after her house was burnt down, followed by an offer no one could refuse. Lynette and the kids are staying at a hotel, after Lynette discovers Tom's infedelities. After seeing a report on the news, Gabrielle believes Carlos died. Paul begs Zach to get him a good lawyer via Noah.
  • Jack, Locke and Kate learn more secrets about the Hatch. Meanwhile, after being beaten and taken captive, Sawyer, Michael and Jin wonder if their captors are fellow survivors or the dreaded "Others".
  • The inhabitants of Storybrooke brace themselves for the end when Greg and Tamara detonate the trigger Regina had placed within the curse, with the annihilation of the town and its residents imminent, and Mr. Gold mourns the loss of his son, Bae/Neal. Meanwhile, back in Neverland of the past, Hook discovers his connection to a young Bae after he rescues him from the sea and soon realizes that the Lost Boys are in hot pursuit of the boy.
  • Michael sets off into the jungle by himself determined to find Walt, but discovers that he is not alone. Meanwhile, Sawyer and Jin are ordered by their captors to take them to their camp, and Sun frantically searches for her missing wedding ring.
  • Mr. Eko interrogates Charlie about the Virgin Mary statue, Claire begins to lose faith in Charlie when she discovers his secret, and Jack is an interested observer when Kate gives the recovering Sawyer a much-needed haircut.
  • Sawyer's wound becomes life-threatening as he, Michael and Jin make their way through the interior of the Island with the tail section survivors. Meanwhile, Shannon is once again haunted by visions of Walt, and Charlie becomes jealous of Locke's interest in Claire.
  • When Much insists on celebrating Robin's birthday, the outlaws are trapped in a barn by the Sheriff's men.
  • Libby lends Hurley support when he begins to think the Island is having a strange effect on him, and Locke's sense of purpose is shaken when the prisoner provides new information about the Hatch.
  • Sun wrestles with the thought of telling Jin a newfound secret that threatens to upset the entire balance of the survivors' community. Meanwhile, Locke enlists Ana Lucia to interrogate the prisoner in order to extract more information than he, Jack or Sayid could.
  • Tempers flare when Ana Lucia and her group stumble upon Sayid and the other castaways.
  • While Regina continues to try and stop using her magic in an attempt to win back Henry's affections, she begins seeing what she believes is a ghost from her past. Meanwhile, when Mary Margaret and Emma discover a lone survivor from an ogre massacre, Emma begins to question whether or not he's telling the truth. And in the fairytale land that was, Regina finds herself failing at learning the dark arts from a dark master because something from her past is preventing her from using her magic for evil.
  • Bree finds out that her AA sponsor, Peter, is a sex addict. Carlos and Gabrielle learn the truth about their baby; the baby's father had no idea Libby's giving the baby up. Paul Young must face the music on Wisteria Lane. Lynette is forced to give a court deposition about Bree's drinking. Karl and Edie have an engagement party.
  • Cora and Hook face off with Mary Margaret and Emma in a race to secure the compass, which will point its holder to the portal into Storybrooke. But back on the other side, Regina and Mr. Gold, desperate to keep Cora out, put a plan into action that would kill anyone entering the portal - placing Mary Margaret's and Emma's lives in danger as well. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land that was, Captain Hook travels to Wonderland and meets up with a vengeful Queen of Hearts.
  • George stalks Bree, despite her efforts to break up with him. Carlos is paroled from prison and returns a new man, a deeply religious man. Susan meets her father and tries to begin a relationship with him. Lynette stands up to Nina. Bree makes a shocking discovery.
  • Rose is surprisingly and vehemently opposed to Bernard's plan to create an S.O.S. signal; romantic sparks are rekindled between Jack and Kate when they trek into the jungle to propose a "trade" with "The Others"; and Locke begins to question his faith in the Island.
  • While Regina continues to find a way to regain her magical powers, David continues his quest to uncover the whereabouts of Mary Margaret and Emma, and the seven dwarves discover what happens when any of the townspeople try to step past the city limits of Storybrooke. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, as her wedding day to King Leopold approaches, Regina is confronted by a man of magic who promises to help her become independent and break free from her mother Cora's clutches.
  • Zach and Paul are reunited. Lynette tries to put a daycare center in Parcher & Murphy, but must first convince the boss's wife to leave her baby. Bree brings Andrew home. Gabrielle and Sister Mary face off over Carlos' mission of mercy to Africa. Betty helps Caleb.
  • Tom desperately tries to bond with his new boss at Parcher & Murphy. Karl makes Susan an offer she cannot afford to refuse. Bree does some sneaky sleuthing at Betty's house, and chats with Caleb. Gabrielle and Carlos rescue an enslaved laborer, Xiao-Mei, and let her stay with them for a while.
  • Susan invites Dr. Ron to meet Karl after he finds out about their arranged marriage. Lynette is surprised that a woman at work is still breastfeeding. Gabrielle becomes very picky when choosing a birth mother, and a beautiful baby. In order to combat Andrew's extortion attempt, Bree reluctantly joins AA, but is still in denial that she really has a problem. Later, she passes out in a department store.
  • When Lynette catches Gabrielle kissing Tom, her jealousy drives a wedge in their friendship. Meanwhile, Mike tries to bond with Zach, which threatens Paul. Andrew tries to blackmail Bree, and the Wisteria Lane neighbors are becoming more and more suspicious of the mysterious Applewhite family.
  • Kidnapped and brought to Storybrooke by Cora, Anton the Giant unleashes his vengeance on the town when a case of mistaken identity leads him to try and settle an old score with David. Mr. Gold, accompanied by Emma and Henry, attempts to depart Storybrooke - hoping to keep his memory inact when he crosses the town line - and heads to the airport in search of his son Bae, while Greg questions Belle as to what she saw on the night of his car accident. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, and against his brothers' wishes, Anton climbs down the beanstalk and attempts to befriend some humans - whose intentions may not be so noble.
  • George proposes to a horrified Bree at an engagement party staged by George and his mother, Francine. Gabrielle revisits her past when old friends come to town. Susan reunites with her ex-husband, Karl. The Scavos learn more about the new neighbors, when their kids almost see the new neighbors' homemade sex video.
  • Ruby's fear about turning into a wolf during the first curse-free Storybrooke full moon is confirmed when one of the town's residents is viciously murdered, and Ruby is the prime suspect. Albert Spencer - a.k.a. King George - threatens to expose David as a shepherd, not a prince, and not fit to run the town as sheriff, and Leroy stumbles upon some treasure in the Storybrooke mine that could help bring Mary Margaret and Emma back into our world. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Red Riding Hood finds a kindred spirit in Anita, a charismatic and mysterious leader of a pack of humans who, like Red, turn out to be wolves.
  • Flashbacks take us back to key moments in time for Bree, Lynette, Susan and Gabrielle and how they connect to the present. After hearing Betty's message on her cellphone about Matthew being a murderer Bree realizes she needs to escape from the psychiatric hospital and help Danielle, who has run away with him. When he sees Mike buying an engagement ring, Karl buys Susan a house. Lynette finds out that Tom has an illegitimate daughter from before they were married. Gabrielle discovers a shocking secret her husband has been keeping from her.
  • After discovering something odd just offshore, Jack and Sayid come up with a plan to confront "The Others" and hopefully get Walt back. Meanwhile, Eko and Locke come to blows as Locke makes a potentially cataclysmic decision regarding the "button" and the Hatch.
  • Reality and myth begin to merge as the fairytale characters awaken from Evil Queen Regina's broken curse and remember who they were. But to their dismay, they aren't transported back to fairytale land. To make matters worse, Rumplestiltskin , in an effort to gain the upper hand in his power struggle with Regina, has introduced magic into the town. In fairytales magic has its place, but in our world it can have unfathomable consequences. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land, Prince Phillip awakens his sleeping beauty, Aurora, but discovers that he and his traveling companion, Mulan, will soon have to face a deadly foe.
  • Susan needs surgery, and it's the doctor's first time. The Applewhites announce that they're moving. Gabrielle is not so pleased when Carlos brings up the subject of "baby" again - in church. Bree and Betty learn that they have more in common than they thought. Tom applies for a job at Parcher and Murphy. Gabrielle and Sister Mary go to war.
  • Gabrielle and Carlos are shocked when the father of their baby shows up to take the baby back. After Karl breaks up with her, Edie gets drunk and causes a fight in a restaurant. Lynette tries to help Ed heat up his sex life. Peter's sexual addiction sponsor doesn't let him and Bree be together. Betty makes a drastic decision.
  • The neighbors are panicked about the intruder loose on Wisteria Lane, and a neighborhood watch committee is formed. Susan learns shocking news about her father at her mother's wedding. Bree finds out some disturbing information about George. Gabrielle learns to let go. Matthew is secretly seeing Danielle Van de Kamp.
  • When Mike arrives home, he finds Zach holding Susan hostage and has to find a way to rescue them both. Meanwhile Lynette makes a big effort to impress the boss when she applies for an executive position at a top ad agency. Rex's mother, Phyllis , comes in for his funeral, and to drive Bree crazy. Gabrielle, feeling guilty about her infidelity, begins visiting Carlos in jail.
  • With the aid of Hook, Regina attempts to put a plan in motion that will help transport herself and Henry back to the Enchanted Forest... but her plan revolves around a fail-safe that was planted within the curse, which if triggered could wipe Storybrooke off the map - and kill all of its inhabitants; and Emma's suspicions about Tamara grow. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, the Evil Queen asks Rumplestiltskin to transform her into an unrecognizable peasant in order to kill an unsuspecting Snow White, with the twisted aim of earning the love and respect of her subjects.
  • The Sheriff is missing and Sir Jasper is threatening to raze Nottingham to the ground.
  • Mr. Gold finds an unwilling test subject to see if a spell he has concocted will allow him to cross the border of Storybrooke - without losing his memory - and go in search of his son, Bae. Belle stumbles upon a vengeful Hook in the Storybrooke harbor whose main goal is to eradicate Rumplestiltskin, and Mary Margaret and David go house hunting in search of a bigger place to live. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Belle meets Mulan as the two set out to slay a fearsome beast called the Yaoguai, who has been ravaging the land.
  • This is a clip show. Since the beginning, Lost has mystified and intrigued viewers with its interesting characters and unique style of storytelling. Season One dealt with the fuselage survivors, the Hatch and a failed attempt to get off the Island. Season Two continues these stories and also introduces viewers to the survivors of the tail section. "Lost: Revelation" puts these two seasons together in a linear fashion that provides an illuminating view on one compelling story. See the sequence of the aftermath of the failed raft attempt, the opening of the Hatch, how the tail section and fuselage survivors lived separately and the unwitting intersections of their lives, and how both groups ultimately collided in one catastrophic moment. "Lost: Revelation" offers new and avid viewers a fresh perspective, comprehensive and enlightening, in one of television's most intriguing series. ABC
  • Susan helps Mike search for Zach. Gabrielle causes a prison riot while visiting Carlos. Lynette learns that Parker has an imaginary friend. Bree invites George to dinner, and Andrew is not so pleased.
  • A determined Michael convinces Jack and several castaways to help him rescue Walt from "The Others". Meanwhile, Charlie struggles with Eko's decision to discontinue building the church.
  • While Mr. Gold, Emma and Henry go in search of Gold's son Bae in New York, Cora, Regina and Hook attempt to track down one of Rumplestiltskin's most treasured possessions. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, Rumplestiltskin realizes his destiny while fighting in the Ogres War.
  • When Charlie's vividly surreal dreams lead him to believe Claire's baby, Aaron, is in danger, Locke suspects Charlie may be using again. Meanwhile, Sawyer encourages Hurley to act on his attraction to Libby.
  • Jack and Kate bring an exhausted Michael back to the camp, and with him, news about "The Others". Meanwhile, Ana Lucia attempts to get the prisoner to confess, and Hurley plans a surprise date for Libby.
  • After a number of bad dates, Susan finally meets Dr. Right. Some old pictures of Gabrielle turn up on the internet. Tom is alarmed when his kids come down with chicken pox - because he's never had it. Bree gets arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. After months of silence, Mike Delfino visits Noah Taylor.
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  • Ken Warwick
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  • Josh Herman & Adam Schwartz
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  • As season two unfolds, Lorelai will wrestle with a life-changing romantic decision, while Rory comes face-to-face with her own long-hidden wild side when an irresistible and dangerous new boy arrives in town. This surprising turn of events will give Lorelai a frightening new perspective on how her own wild teenage years affected her parents. Rory was a straight 'A' student at the local public high school, but everything changed when she was accepted into the prestigious Chilton Prep in nearby Hartford. Though she was elated at this life-changing opportunity for her daughter, the steep tuition forced Lorelai to swallow her pride and ask her parents for financial help. Their condition for financing Rory's education was that they once again become part of the lives of their estranged daughter and granddaughter. The ensuing year of Friday night dinners at Emily and Richard's home may have brought the generations physically closer together, even though at any given meal the conversation can quickly shift from funny to furious, or serious to sweet. Headstrong Lorelai has managed to create a loving home environment for her daughter, but romantic complications and a surprise marriage proposal at the end of last season have left her a bit rattled as just about everyone in Stars Hollow anxiously awaits Lorelai's answer... including Lorelai herself. At the same time, her friendship with Luke Danes (Scott Patterson, Little Big League) the handsome owner of the local diner who never fails to charm Lorelai with his smile and great coffee, seems to be simmering with the promise of something more. With her best friend, the hopelessly clumsy culinary genius Sookie (Melissa McCarthy, Charlie's Angels), Lorelai is saving up to one day open her own bed-and-breakfast. In the meantime, she'll have to pay her dues as the manager of the quaint and historic Independence Inn and weather the acerbic attitude of the inn's haughty concierge, Michel Gerard (Yanic Truesdale). Adding her own unique style to the town is Miss Patty (Liz Torres, The John Larroquette Show) the local dance instructor and social commentator. At the conclusion of the first season, the lives of the Gilmore girls were more complicated than ever before. Rory has adjusted to her new life at Chilton and classes without her best friend Lane Kim (Keiko Agena, Felicity), despite a tense rivalry with the brainy and popular Paris Geller (Liza Weil). Rory became smitten with the handsome new boy in town, Dean (Jared Padalecki), quickly experienced her first kiss and her first breakup, then forced aside her fear of commitment to win Dean back.
  • Cory faces many hijinks. His friendship with Topanga grows and he grows confidence as he faces the constant torment of Harley Keiner and his lackies. Shawn is always by his side, and the two help each other out whenever they can.
  • Season 2 has thirteen episodes total. Twelve of these have two eleven-minute episodes, and the season finale is one twenty-two minute long episode. This season begins to explore into the global operations of the KND.
  • Season 1 and Season 2 of Grandma and Grandson was flimed from june 2012 to march 2015
  • The second season of Friends aired from September 21, 1995 to May 16, 1996.
  • Season 2 of The Last Ship was announced on July 18, 2014 and premiere on June 21, 2015. It's final episode aired on September 6, 2015. It has 13 episodes, each lasting an hour.
  • Season 2 started airing in September of 1983 and ran until May of 1984. The internal chronology of the season is uncertain; many of the events of the first season took place in 1977-78, and all that's known about this season is that many of its episodes took place in the eighties. < - Season 1, Season 3 - >
  • Season 2 of 24 debuted on October 29, 2002 on the Fox Network. The season was produced by Joel Surnow, Robert Cochran, Howard Gordon, Brian Grazer and Kiefer Sutherland. It follows the work of now-President David Palmer and agent Jack Bauer to stop terrorists from detonating a nuclear weapon in Los Angeles. 24: Season Two was released on DVD in North America on September 9, 2003.
  • The Mr Men Show Season 2 episodes. Sun And Moon Telephone Seashore Washing And Drying Sneezes And Hiccups Fruit Radio Supermarket Skyscrapers Cinema Getting Around Clocks Post Office Pets Dance Dance Dance Trees Library Pirates Goo Trains And Planes Out To Sea Next Door Lunch Machines Fairies And Gnomes Home Improvement Birds Bath And Bubbles Sand And Surf Parks Surprises Travel Bad Weather Pests
  • Season 2 of True Detective premiered on June 21, 2015.
  • Season 2 of Doctor WAAH further added to this massive pile of shit we all know and love to hate. Akin to Season 1, it also featured several firsts, such as the first companion departure and the first time any piece of lore was completely forgotten about retconned. Seriously, not two years in and the writers already can't decide on what's canon and what isn't. It also doesn't help when it's the same shitty writer retconning his own shitty episode. What a joke. Unlike Season 1, it was far more consistent and steady on its feet. This was also Lambert's last full season as producer, which is bad because Lambert probably had a stroke due to the fact that the BBC probably blackmailed her into leaving, but good because it gave way to the short but glorious Wiles era. Oh yeah, starring Bill Heart failure as Doka Hmm?, Jackie Mountain as Babwa, Why didn't he return for Series 8? as Sir Ian Jaffacake, Carolannford as Susan (for a little bit), Maureen O'Brien as Orphan girl and Peter Purves as Based Steven (as opposed to Demon Steven).
  • Episodes: 65 * 1A- Bill vs Aldo * 1B- Duck Wedding * 2A- Bill vs Raoul * 2B- The New Jerry * 3A- Light As A Feather Stiff As A Duck * 3B- The House vs Aldo * 4A- Aldo's Fate * 4B- National Duck Time * 5A- Aldo's Lover * 5B- Welcome To The Show * 6A- Raoul vs Jerry * 6B- A Newborn * 7A- A Five Star Duck * 7B- Ed Wings It * 8A- Fitness Duck * 8B- The Odd Couple * 9A- 99 Problems But A Chicken Ain't One * 9B- His First Words * 10A- Straw That Broke The Ducky's Back * 10B- Cecil and Claire's 50th Wedding Anniversary * 11A- Duck, Duck, Goose! * 11B- Suns Out Ducks Out * 12A- His First Steps * 12B- Bev Checks Out * 13A- It's Fun and Games Until Someone Loses A Feather * 13B- The House vs Ed * 14A- Outback WACK! * 14B- Never Let Success Get to Your Beak * 15A- Not At The Dinner Table, Please * 15B- Where's Fred? * 16A- Walking On Eggshells * 16B- Spider Eyed Trout * 17A- Sal the Slapper * 17B- Chaos at Decoy * 18A- World Series Fiasco * 18B- Oly Falls In Love * 19A- Quacking Man * 19B- Fred's Proposal * 20A- Aldo vs Ed * 20B- Bev Needs Some Billy Boy! * 21A- She's Magic! * 21B- A New Bowtie * 22A- Here Come The Geese! * 22B- Wedding Crashers * 23A- Ed Gets Arrested * 23B- Waddle And Joey's Walk * 24A- Bill's Time To Shine * 24B- Lean Green Machines * 25A- Claire's In Trouble * 25B- Waddle Who? * 26A- Pyro Duck * 26B- Birds Of A Feather DON'T Flock Together * 27A- Fred's Ice Cream Shop * 27B- Bev's Fashion Show * 28A- Our Fearless Leader Is Here * 28B- So Long Uncle Artie * 29A- Brian's 1st Birthday * 29B- Who's Your Daddy!?! * 30A- Waddle's Pancakes * 30B- The House vs Raoul * 31A- Goose Lover * 31B- Friend or Foe? * 32A- Aldo vs Ed... AGAIN!!! * 32B- No More Milkshakes * 33A- My Beak To Myself * 33B- Cecil's Pharmacy * 34A- Checking In On Aldo * 34B- The New Babysitter * 35A- Andy's Warning * 35B- Gary Moves In * 36A- The History Lesson * 36B- Decoy Impossible * 37A- Aldo and Alyna's Date * 37B- Fowl Ball * 38A- Making Amends * 38B- Let It Snow * 39A- Aldo's Back * 39B- Double Trouble * 40A- That's Show Business! * 40B- School Fight * 41A- Once A Goose, Always A Goose * 41B- Family Feud * 42A- Bill's Bad Day * 42B- Goose Mouth * 43A- The Hostage * 43B- Aldo vs Colonel Snappy * 44A- Quackin' In The Rain * 44B- Dysfunctional * 45A- The Election * 45B- Oly's Stomach Flu * 46A- The Waterpark Scandal * 46B- Bev's Beak Job * 47A- The Great Feather Terror * 47B- Pelletproof * 48A- A Beak For A Beak * 48B- Bad Ducks Club * 49A- Bill vs Arvy * 49B- The Engagement * 50A- Dance Ducks * 50B- Bev vs Colonel Snappy * 51A- Duck Physics * 51B- Hakuna Matata Gelata! * 52A- Life of the Party * 52B- Fred's Melting Point * 53A- My Quack Will Be Your Quack * 53B- She's Back With A Vengeance! * 54A- Arvy Picks A Fight * 54B- No Quack, No Duck * 55A- Bye Raoul! * 55B- Fred vs The House * 56A- No More Mr. Nice Duck * 56B- Fly Or Fly * 57A- Master of Disguise * 57B- Unpleasant Surprise * 58A- Home Run Duck * 58B- Playing With Fire * 59A- Brian's First Day of Preschool * 59B- Let's Get It Quackin' * 60A- Can't Teach An Old Duck New Tricks * 60B- Fred's Boiling Point * 61A- Beak To Toe * 61B- iDuck * 62A- Hold On To Your Beaks * 62B- Jail Bird * 63A- Colonel Snappy Gets Served! * 63B- Battle of the Beaks * 64A- Gordo The Goose * 64B- Waddle's Headache * 65A- Gary vs Gansos Verdes * 65B- Restaurant Showdown
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  • Season 2 aired in late 1991 and introduced George Carlin as Mr. Conductor.
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  • This page lists all the episodes for Season 2 of the ABC-TV series The Brady Bunch. The season began with the episode "The Dropout", which was aired on September 25, 1970. A total of 24 episodes were aired, with the season finale episode, "Tell It Like It Is", airing on March 19, 1971.
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  • The second season, November 2004 - May 2005, contained 24 episodes and once again ended with a cliffhanger. To see music featured during this season, see Season 2 Music.
  • In Season 2 the four girls want to know what happened to Ian's body, who killed Alison, and who "A" is. After the shocking plot twist at the tail end of the Season 1 Finale, the Liars are suddenly some of the most suspicious people in town. Things became increasingly difficult when even their parents doubt them, and sign them up for therapy. Between the mystery of Ian's missing body and the hunt for "A", the second season of Pretty Little Liars is even more dramatic than the first.
  • The second season of Sonny With a Chance aired on Disney Channel, having premiered March 14, 2010. The six main characters are Sonny Munroe (Demi Lovato), Tawni Hart (Tiffany Thornton), Chad Dylan Cooper (Sterling Knight), Nico Harris (Brandon Mychal Smith), Grady Mitchell (Doug Brochu), and Zora Lancaster (Allisyn Ashley Arm). Recurring cast members and guest stars this season include Michael Kostroff, Nancy McKeon, Vicki Lewis, G. Hannelius, Estelle Harris, Carol Locatell, Larry Gelman and Raven-Symoné.
  • Season 2 refers to the second season of Home Improvement which ran on ABC from September 16th, 1992 - May 19th 1993.
  • Season Two is the second season of Squidbillies, it contains 20 episodes, which shadows it's predecessor which only had 6.
  • The second season of Hey Arnold! features 26 quarter-hour episodes and only one half-hour special, making it the shortest season of the series. This season features Phillip Van Dyke replacing Toran Caudell as Arnold's voice actor. (Although Caudell remained in the show, providing the voice of Wolfgang.) Another major change is that starting with this season, the overseas animation services were handled by Sae Rom Productions.
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  • Season 2 is a second season
  • The second season first aired in 2004.
  • It is a new year at PCA, and Dana has left for the European Exchange Program. Zoey and Nicole are assigned a new roommate, Lola Martinez. At the beginning of the season, both Zoey and Chase run for Class President. Chase and Michael get their own online show. The sushi restaurant burns down after an accident. This is the season in which the first-ever Zoey 101 movie takes place, "Spring Break-Up" and the only movie that Nicole appears in. Quinn's alpaca, Otis, also comes to visit PCA at the end of season 2.
  • The Season 2 DVD was released in North America on September 12, 2006. The previous season was Season 1 and the next season was Season 3.
  • Season 2 of Scream was confirmed by MTV on July 29th, 2015. The season premiered on May 30th, 2016 and the finale aired on August 16th, 2016. A two hour Halloween special concluded the season on October 18th, 2016.
  • The second season of House premiered on September 13, 2005 and ended on May 23, 2006. During the season, House tries to cope with his feelings for his ex-girlfriend Stacy Warner, who, after House diagnosed her husband with Acute intermittent porphyria, has taken a job in the legal department of the PPTH. Other major storylines for this season include Cameron's risky behaviour after being possibly exposed to HIV and her relationship with Chase, Foreman about to die and his rivarly with Cameron, Chase's father dying and its consequences to both Chase and House since it led to the death of a pacient and Cuddy's desire to be a mother. Sela Ward's chemistry with Laurie in the final two episodes of season one was strong enough to have her character return in seven episodes of the second season. The season gained high Nielsen ratings; "No Reason" was watched by 25.47 million viewers, the show's biggest audience ever at that point. Season two averaged 17.3 million viewers an episode, outperforming season one by 30%. The number of viewers made it the tenth most-watched show of the 2005–2006 television season. Writer Lawrence Kaplow won a Writers Guild of America Award in 2006 for the episode "Autopsy".
  • Terry Lake left the L.A. division of the FBI. Instead Megan Reeves and Colby Granger complete Don's team.
  • The Second Season of Army Wives is preimere on March 4, 2012 on the Lifetime channel.
  • In addition to trying to survive in the Uncharted Territories, the crew of Moya must now concern themselves with eluding Scorpius, discovering the truth about the Ancients, and tracking down the renegade Crais and Talyn. This is further complicated when the neurochip implanted into Crichton's brain to extract the wormhole knowledge he possesses begins to manifest itself as hallucinations of Scorpius (whom he later names 'Harvey' in reference to the imaginary rabbit in the film of the same name starring James Stewart). As their journeys continue, Zhaan returns to the Delvian Seek and finds comfort in continuing her spiritual training, D'Argo and Chiana grow closer and soon fall in love, while at the same time, Crichton and Aeryn battle their own complicated attraction towards each other. While relaxing on The Royal Planet, the crew comes into contact for the first time with the ruthless Scarrans, a cruel and power-hungry race, who soon learn of Scorpius' interest in Crichton. John is enlisted to marry the crown princess on the planet, being the only male who has DNA compatible with hers. After foiling plots against John by both Scorpius and the Scarrans, the crew leaves the planet, with the princess carrying Crichton's child. Stark, the Stykera Crichton was imprisoned with while in Scorpius' custody, returns to Moya, becoming close to Zhaan and bringing D'Argo news that his son Ka Jothee is alive and is a slave. The crew is divided. Do they go in search of Talyn? Do they try to rescue Jothee? Do they turn tail and try to get as far away from Scorpius as they can? Stark suggests a plan to rescue Jothee, as well as a substantial number of his own people, from slavery. The crew will raid a shadow depository, a bank where thieves store their goods. The plan goes awry when the crew's stolen riches turn out to be metal-eating arachnids. As a last resort, the crew must start a fire inside Moya to destroy them, leaving the ship severely crippled. Scorpius purchases the lot of slaves containing Jothee and attempts to divide the crew by offering him in exchange for Crichton. Without currency to pay various hired mercenaries to rescue Jothee, Crichton secretly exchanges himself in the desperate hope that Scorpius can remove the neurochip and the accompanying hallucinations, which have since made him mentally unstable. During the intrigue at the shadow depository, Moya encounters her son Talyn once more. The crew of Moya rescues Crichton before Scorpius can remove the chip and likely kill Crichton in the process, and they decide to seek out someone who can perform the removal without damaging Crichton, and keep the wormhole information away from Scorpius. They find a Diagnosan to help Crichton and heal the burnt-out Moya. He is located on an ice planet where millions of living subjects, frozen at the point of death, are held in stasis to be used as organ donors. Before they get a chance to perform the surgery on Crichton, the neural clone possesses him, sends out a distress signal to Scorpius, and kills Aeryn. After Aeryn's funeral, the real Scorpius arrives on the planet, reclaims the chip, and leaves Crichton alive but with the speech center of his brain destroyed, condemned to suffer incoherently as payback for all the trouble he has caused. In addition, a remnant of the neural clone remains in Crichton's head--it can no longer control Crichton as the chip did, but it does speak to Crichton and give him advice. Specifically, it wants Crichton to commit suicide so it won't be trapped in his head anymore.
  • The second season of Jackie Chan Adventures premiered in September 24, 2001 and concluded on September 7, 2002 on Kid's WB. It is the longest season, consisting of 39 episodes. 3 of those episodes are set in the first season, and there are a total of 24 filler episodes.
  • This article features episode summaries from the second season of Beavis and Butthead.
  • Season 2 is the second season of NBC's The Blacklist. NBC officially ordered a second season on 3 December 2013. It premiered on Monday, September 22, 2014 and the season featured a total of 22 episodes. For the fall season it was transmitted on Mondays after "The Voice" changing to Thursday in the mid-season after the eleventh episode was broadcast after the 2015 Super Bowl.
  • The anime is licensed for release in North America by Viz Media. The English dub of the first season was broadcast on Cartoon Network as part of its Adult Swim programming block from January 22, 2003 through May 1, 2004 The opening themes for this season were "Change the World by [[V6 for episodes 26-34, and "I Am" by Hitomi for episodes 35-54. The ending themes were "Deep Forest (Fukai Mori)" by Do As Infinity for episodes 28-41 and "Dearest" by Ayumi Hamasaki for episodes 42-54.
  • The series stared Alex (Selena Gomez), Justin (David Henrie) and Max (Jake T. Austin) continuing to compete to become the leading wizard in their family. Also starring in the series are Maria Canals Barrera and David DeLuise as their parents, Theresa and Jerry, and Jennifer Stone as Alex's best friend, Harper Finkle.
  • This is a list of the second set of Iron Man: Armored Adventures episodes. 1. * The Invincible Iron Man Part 1: Disassembled 2. * The Invincible Iron Man Part 2: Reborn! 3. * Look into the Light 4. * Ghost in the Machine 5. * Armor Wars 6. * Line of Fire 7. * Titanium vs Iron 8. * The Might of Doom 9. * The Hawk and the Spider 10. * Enter: Iron Monger 11. * Fugitive of S.H.I.E.L.D. 12. * All the Best People Are Mad 13. * Heavy Mettle 14. * Mandarin’s Quest 15. * Hostile Takeover 16. * Extremis 17. * The X-Factor 18. * Iron Man 2099
  • The second season began on October 11, 1990, with the first episode, "Bart Gets an "F"" and ended on August 11, 1991, with "Blood Feud." Matt Groening, James L. Brooks and Sam Simon were the show runners of the season, as they were for the first season. While "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish" was the first episode produced for the season, "Bart Gets an "F"" became the season premiere as Bart was the series' breakout character at the time and the producers wanted to debut with an episode centering on him. The second season had two Emmy nominations, both of them for "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment." The episode also won the Emmy award for Outstanding Animated Program and was nominated for "Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special," which it did not win. All 22 episodes of Season 2, including extras such as optional commentaries of all the episodes, were released on DVD on August 6, 2002, in Region 1; July 8, 2002, in Region 2; and September 2002 in Region 4. This is the first season to include Treehouse of Horror episode.
  • Season Two consists of 22 episodes that aired on Thursdays at 9:00 pm in the United States beginning September 28, 2006, and ending May 17, 2007.
  • The second season of The Sopranos premiered on January 16, 2000 on HBO, and concluded on April 9, 2000. The season consisted of 13 episodes altogether.
  • The second season of Showtime's US remake of Shameless began airing on January 8, 2012. The full cast of the previous season returned to continue the story of the Gallagher family and their outrageous neighbors.
  • Season 2 of Girls followed Season 1 and premiered on HBO on January 13th, 2013.
  • The Pretender's 2nd Season premiered on November 1, 1997. Season 2 also has 21 episodes (like Season 1) and also ends with a two-part episode both parts airing on the same night. The Pretender - The Complete Second Season DVD set for Region 1 was released on September 20, 2005
  • Season 2 is the second season of the FOX TV series Bones. The season premiered on August 30, 2006 with the episode The Titan on the Tracks.
  • Who's That Girl?/Wubbzy's Big Move Wubbzy and the Fire Engine/Too Much of a Doodle Thing Wubbzy and the Sparkle Stone/Meet the Wuzzles Bye Bye Birdies/Call of the Mild Tooth or Dare/Moo Moo's Snoozity Snooze Welcome to the Dollhouse/What Would Wubbzy Do? Wubbzy the Hero/The Nasty Nose Daizy's Hair Salon/New Kid on the Block The Ghost of Wuzzleburg/March of the Pumpkins Great and Grumpy Holiday/The Super Special Gift Cupid's Little Helper/My Speedy Valentine Daizy's Favorite Place/Quiet Wubbzy! Once Upon a Wubbzy/Big Birthday Mystery Hangin' with Mr. Gummy/Wonder Wubbzy Hoop Dreamz/Daizy's Purple Thumb Big Bunny Blues/Flower Day Parade Save the Wuzzly/All Bottled Up Wubb Girlz Rule/Wuzzleburg Idol Bye Bye Wuzzleburg/Wubbzy's Wacky Journey Wubbzy's Big Makeover/The Big Wuzzlewood Concert Lights, Camera Wubbzy/A Wubbstar is Born Ty Ty the Tool Guy/Happily Ever After What a Card/Too Many Wubbzy's Mr. Unlucky/Focus Wubbzy Rush Hour/Wubbzy's Rainy Day Run for Fun/Woozy Walden (series finale)
  • Season 2 of Alias aired from September 29, 2002 till on May 4, 2003. It featured Sydney's continued work with the CIA, the takedown of SD-6, Sloane's next phase of plans and a deeper delving into the work of Milo Rambaldi.
  • The second season of Castle premiered on September 21, 2009 on the network ABC in the United States and concluded on May 17, 2010. It contains 24 episodes.
  • Season 2 ran from Janurary 31, 1999 to November 11, 1999.
  • Season 2 of Dog the Bounty Hunter has a total of 25 episodes.
  • Cherry Hill: Season Two debuted on April 3rd, 2009. This season contained 13 episodes, including the series first ever two-part episode. The season begins six months after the tragic plane crash of the Season One finale, Freefall.
  • The Flow: Reflux is the second volume title of the manhwa series, The Flow.
  • This article is about the season, You may be looking for SML Movies. The second season of the YouTube series aired in 2010, Logan Thirtyacre wrote all 2 episodes as well as five shorts. Director: Logan Thirtyacre Producers: Lance Thirtyacre Starring: Logan Thirtyacre, Lance Thirtyacre and Lovell Stanton Preceded by: Season 1 Followed by: Season 3
  • Amongst the black and white seasons, season 2 has the most extant telerecordings; only the two missing episodes of The Crusade haven't been recovered as of December 2014.
  • The second season of MADtv aired from September 21, 1996, to May 17, 1997 with a total of 22 episodes. The season was preceded by Season 1 and succeeded by Season 3.
  • My So-Called Life only aired for one season and then had a Cancellation. However, show creator, Winnie Holzman has several times stated some of her ideas for a second season. Additionally, any other person's Season 2 ideas are included here, listed by Crew, Cast, or Fanfic author.
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  • Bachelor Charlie is trying to remember the name of the girl currently taking a shower upstairs. Alan, Charlie's tightly-wound, divorced brother is trying to figure out how he can get his ex-wife to remarry, so he can stop paying alimony. And Jake, Alan's 11-year-old son, is just trying to figure out what's for lunch and where's the TV remote. After a year of living together, the guys have figured out how two and a half men equal one family. Sort of. But there are plenty of rough spots along the way.
  • Season 2 refers to the second series of Recess which was broadcast from September 12, 1998 - February 3, 1999 on ABC. The episodes are listed in their original broadcast order. When the episodes were re-ran, they were re-arranged. All these episodes were 11 minutes and paried up with another 11 minute episode (so episode 27 would go with episode 28 and so on), with the exception of "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave", which was 30 minutes long plus commercials. This episode list lists the episodes in the order in which they were originally aired by ABC. The episode order was rearranged when the show went into reruns. This was the first season to include animation by Plus One Animation and Toon City. This was the only season not to include animation by Grimsaem or Sunwoo Entertainment, due to them being busy with The Rugrats Movie. This was the final season of the show to be dubbed in Portuguese.
  • Season two of Monk began airing on June 20, 2003 on USA Network. The second season concluded after 16 episodes on March 5, 2004.
  • The second season of Sons of Anarchy premiered on September 8, 2009 on the cable network FX in the United States and consisted of thirteen episodes. The season concluded on December 1, 2009.
  • Season 2 picked up where Season 1 left off, continuing Fi's investigation into the paranormal. She learns more about her family and what happened to her father in addition to encountering more paranormal phenomena. Below is a list of episodes from Season 2 (26 total). * Medium * Drive * Siren * Nightmare * Listen * Mutiny * Boo * Werewolf * Second Generation * Oopa * Banshee * Strange Geometry * Fountain * Fall * Destiny * Blues * Avatar * James Garr * Troll * Fathom * Roswell * Vampire * Shelter * Encore * Transplant * Twin
  • The second season first aired on Teletoon/Télétoon on September 9th 2010
  • The end of Season One left Forever Knight in limbo; and it was over a year before the show returned to the air. When it did, there had been some changes. Most obvious to fans was the transfer of Nick Knight and his partner Don Schanke from the 27th Precinct to the 96th. From a production perspective, this entailed casting a new actor, Natsuko Ohama, to play Amanda Cohen, the Captain of the 96th Precinct; and building a new set to represent the police station. Construction had not finished when filming began; and corridors leading into the main set continued to be built behind doors that, initially, had to be filmed as closed. As well, a completely new set was built for the Raven, Janette's nightclub (which had previously been filmed on location); the set for the morgue was extended to include a cold storage room; a set was built to represent Natalie Lambert's apartment; and, partway into the season, a small set was built for LaCroix's broadcast booth at CERK Radio. For several early episodes, there were also actors hired in recurring supporting roles: Sandi Ross returned as Natalie's assistant, Grace Balthazar; and Earl Pastko was added as Miklos, a bartender at the Raven. Rather less obvious was a minor consequence of storing props during the long hiatus: the display of art that, in Season One, had decorated the walls of the set representing Nick's loft was, for the most part, never rehung (and, if replaced, not necessarily in the same location). Instead, many pieces were simply stacked against the walls. Similar minor alterations happened in redressing other sets. It seems originally to have been the intention to start broadcasting Season Two in late March, 1994. This can be seen from the following dates, which are fixed internally: * In the premiere of Season Two, “Killer Instinct”, the Internal Affairs detectives specifically question Nick about his whereabouts on March 5th and 17th, presumably the dates of the two murders. * The denouement of “Forward Into the Past” takes place on May 3rd. The date appears on the poster advertising the dance at the Ceilidh Arts Centre. * In the backstory to the main plot of “Unreality TV”, Natalie's god daughter, Cynthia, was abducted on May 12th: the date appears on the Missing Persons poster that was printed to aid in the search. * The events of the episode “Father's Day” obviously take place in the week leading up to the holiday, which is the third Sunday in June. In the event, Season Two did not actually air until the autumn: "Killer Instinct" aired 17 September 1994. By that time, most of the episodes had already been filmed (as is obvious from the green foliage of trees in the background). Because of the delay, episodes were released markedly out of order to a degree not normally possible. “Father's Day” was actually shown 29 October 1994, no doubt puzzling many viewers, since episodes relating to holidays tend to be shown in the week prior to the celebration. In fact, Season Two did have a seasonal episode, “Be My Valentine”. As a Valentine's Day episode, it was broadcast—as one might expect—in the week of the holiday, specifically on 11 February 1995. This made it the 15th episode of the season in airing order; but it was, in fact, one of the last episodes to be made that year, 23 out of 26. (Filming actually wrapped on 7 December 1994.) The different airing and production orders complicates any attempt to summarize Season Two. If there was any original intent to shape the flow of the season, it was obviously disrupted by the radically different order in which viewers actually saw the show. Contrariwise, in so far as viewers perceived an overall pattern, that had perforce to be based at the time on the broadcast order. Subsequent reruns of Forever Knight have, however, tended to show episodes in production order.
  • In the season finale, Ted reveals to Barney that he and Robin have been broken up for some time due to their conflicting views on marriage. They didn't tell anyone in order to avoid taking attention away from Lily and Marshall's wedding. The season ends with Barney excited at the prospect of Ted and himself being single guys on the town again.
  • The Second Season of Phineas and Ferb was composed of 39 episodes (1 hour-long, 10 two-part and 54 individual episodes). It was first shown on Disney XD and then are broadcast on Disney Channel US as Disney XD is considered to be the new home of the series. However, after Wizard of Odd, the episodes started to premiere on Disney Channel again. The season started with "The Lake Nose Monster" on February 19, 2009 on Disney XD US and on March 27, 2009 for Disney Channel US. "Tip of the Day" premiered on Toon Disney on January 23, 2009 and served as an unofficial launch of Season 2 until the channel's replacement by Disney XD. Three Season 1 episodes ("Phineas and Ferb Get Busted!", "Unfair Science Fair" and "Unfair Science Fair Redux (Another Story)") were held until just prior to the Season 2 premieres on the two channels, and the season finale was "Make Play" and "Candace Gets Busted" This season also saw the series' first musical clip show entitled "Phineas and Ferb Musical Cliptastic Countdown", then a Christmas special entitled "Phineas and Ferb Christmas Vacation!", and a one-hour special entitled "Phineas and Ferb Summer Belongs to You!". Season 2 was completed on February 11, 2011. See Background information for more details.
  • The second season of Eureka premiered on July 10, 2007 on the cable network Syfy in the United States and concluded on October 2, 2007.
  • On August 20, 2009, Warehouse 13 was renewed for a second season, on March 2, 2010, it was revealed that the second season would consist of 12 episodes and start airing on July 6, 2010. Jewel Staite had a guest role in the second season opposite Sean Maher. Season two also marked the first crossover event with fellow Syfy series Eureka. Douglas Fargo from Eureka appeared in the August 3, 2010 episode of Warehouse 13, with Claudia Donovan appearing on Eureka on August 6, 2010.
  • Jim Phelps replaced Dan Briggs in the second season as head of the IMF team. And Martin Landau (Rollin Hand) was included in the main cast for the first time on the series. The 2-part episode "The Council" was re-released as a straight-to-video movie entitled Mission Impossible Versus the Mob.
  • The second season of the anime aired on April 10, 1995. The story went on a rapid departure compared to the manga. Some of the most notable differences were the creation of two anime-only antagonists, Nova and Lady Debonair, who were born from the intense despair of Hikaru and the people of Cephiro respectively after the death of Princess Emeraude. Later it was revealed by the Rune Gods that the girls were summoned back to Cephiro by their own will, most notably Hikaru's strength of heart also allowed her to become the new Pillar, a position she rejected in a similar though slightly different fashion to the manga.
  • Season 2 consists of a total of 22 episodes and was first aired from August 21, 2006 to April 2, 2007. It directly follows the prison break from the first season. A new major character is introduced, who is FBI Special Agent Alexander Mahone, portrayed by William Fichtner. The first half of the season revolves around the escapees' journey to their family, Westmoreland's money and Michael's plan to escape the country. The second half of the season focuses on the conspiracy plot of the series. The season's plot spans approximately three weeks of the characters' lives.
  • Season 2 is the second season of The Librarians. It will air during the 2015-2016 television season.
  • This is the list of episodes of Season 2 of the Animated Series "Monster Allergy".
  • The second season of The Secret Life of the American Teenager, an American television series created by Brenda Hampton, debuted on the ABC Family television network on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 8:00PM. Season two regular cast members include Gabi, India Eisley, Daren Kagasoff, Francia Raisa. Jorge Pallo returned for a select number of episodes to wrap up his character's storyline and eventually departed the series after its January return. Following the success of its first season, ABC Family announced on January 31, 2009, plans to renew Secret Life, following the cancellation of its hit sci-fi TV show, Kyle XY. The official press release was released on February 9 with ABC Family ordering 24 episodes for season two. Season 2 began with 12 episodes broadcast starting June 22, 2009. Though marketed as the season finale, the mid season finale aired on September 7, 2009, with the second half of the season returning on January 4, 2010. The second 12 episodes finished their run on March 22, 2010. The season premiere of Secret Life brought in the largest audience for the show so far, with a record breaking 4.68 million viewers. It brought in the second largest audience in adults 18-34 with 1.40 million viewers, behind season one's mid-season finale. 2.10 million adults 18-49 watched "The Big One" along with 1.60 million females between the ages 18–34. The season premiere remains the number one scripted original premiere of Summer 2009 in Adults 18-34. Furthermore, the mid-season premiere became ABC Family's most watched telecast of all time with viewers ages 12–34 with more than three million viewers watching. The mid-season premiere also brought in the show's second largest audience in total viewers, with more than 4.55 million people watching. This season, Amy Juergens must deal with juggling motherhood and high school, while her family and friends experience relationship challenges of their own.
  • Season 2 was the second season of Competitive Play.
  • The second season of El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera was composed of 9 episodes. Unlike past airings these episodes had very odd debuts. Showcasing them one after another each day rather than playing a new one on Saturday mornings. During its last episodes Nickelodeon aired the remaining 9 at the most outrageous time slots. Having them start at 6:30 am (Right when Nick at Nite would end and Nickelodeon programming would begin) and on a side note they were weekday airings. Due to these bad air times the episodes and the lack of advertising/commercials showing they were indeed playing new episodes, the ratings went down, causing the show's cancellation. The crew had planned out a El Tigre movie special but all was scrapped after the episode the season finale was No Boots, No Belt, No Brero. Which the crew tried to make this episode go out with a bang for the lack of not making movie. the June 6, 2016 Boomerang third season.
  • Season 2 of King of the Hill premiered on September 21, 1997 and was brodcasted at the 8:30-9:00 P.M Sunday timeslot on FOX. The DVD set was released on November 11, 2003. The season is particularly memorable for the death of Luanne's boyfriend Buckley in a propane explosion, the first death of any character in the series.
  • March 7, 2017 (Burbank, CA) – The CW Network has given an early renewal to its acclaimed freshman drama, RIVERDALE, for the 2017-18 season, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW. On a competitive Thursday night, RIVERDALE posts tremendous ratings gains on a delayed viewing basis, particularly with its young skewing audience, growing 78% in adults 18-34 and 85% in women 18-34 in Live+7 day ratings over Live+Same Day. In the few weeks since its premiere, the buzzy drama has quickly become one of The CW’s most streamed shows on the network’s digital platforms, including The CW app and CWTV.com. Based on the characters from Archie Comics, RIVERDALE is from Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios, in association with Berlanti Productions, with executive producers Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (“Supergirl,” “Glee”), Greg Berlanti (“Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”), Sarah Schechter (“Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”) and Jon Goldwater (Archie Comics).
  • The second season of First Wave contained 22 episodes. 1. * "Target 117" 2. * "Deepthroat" 3. * "The Apostles" 4. * "Susperience" 5. * "The Channel" 6. * "Red Flag" 7. * "Prayer for the White Man" 8. * "The Purge" 9. * "Lost Souls" 10. * "The Heist" 11. * "Ohio Players" 12. * "Night Falls" 13. * "Normal Illinois" 14. * "All about Eddie" 15. * "Playland" 16. * "The Harvest" 17. * "Rubicon" 18. * "Gladiator" 19. * "Trial of Joshua Bridges" 20. * "Underworld" 21. * "Tomorrow" 22. * "The Believers"
  • 1. The Original Story Live. 2. The Original Day Care. 3. The John Who Creid Tiger. 4. Circus Session 2. 5. The Most Powerful Niki.
  • Season Two will begin it's new series in the United States on October 13th, 2008 and has been scheduled for 8 episodes for the fall season and will continue the series in the new year. It will air on a Monday at 9.30pm and will have some still competition from other networks programs such as, "One Tree Hill" and "Prison Break". It will start with the first with the titled So I Think I Can Dance.
  • Season 2 of Vikings premiered on February 27, 2014 on History in Canada and in the United States and concluded on May 1, 2014, consisting of 10 episodes.
  • For a list of story arcs in this season see story arcs.
  • The 2nd season of the television series aired in 1986. Ringo Starr narrated all 26 episodes in the UK as well as 16 of them in the US, with George Carlin later re-narrating all of the episodes for the US on Shining Time Station.
  • The second season of Smallville began airing on September 24, 2002, on The WB television network, and concluded its initial airing on May 20, 2003 with 23 episodes.
  • Season Two of One Tree Hill aired its first episode on the WB on September 21, 2004 and ended on May 24, 2005 with the season finale. The season includes 23 episodes. __TOC__
  • Thunderbirds Season 2 was the show's final television season. It had only six episodes, although many more were planned. Production was cancelled after the Andersons' financial backer, Lew Grade, failed in his bid to sell the programme to American network television.
  • (Note: This summary was taken from the back of the Season 2 dvd's box) Fresh off Hometown Huck's championship win, the Mighty Dexteras seek to defend their title with the help of some newcomers like the gritty Face-Off Phil and the fearless Mr. Extremo. The Evil Sinistras, still stinging from The Big Time's championship loss, have also added to their team's lineup, and this season, Senator Skull is determined to win a TWF title - even if it means breaking a few rules along the way. People Joined: * Mr. Extremo * Big Bad Billy Goatetsky * Face-Off Phil * The Cheetah * Mahi Mahi Mindy * Fly Guy * Danny Kaboom * Dwayne Bramage * Captain Carpal * Snagglefangs * Laughing Loony * Rolf the Reaper * Big Star * Vini Vidi Victory and Face-off Phil * Itsy Bitsy and The Visitor
  • Lie to Me's second season initially aired on September 28, 2009 and concluded on September 13, 2010 in the U.S. The season has 22 episodes. Read Dr. Ekman's (the inspiration for the series) critiques of each episode here: www.lietome.com
  • The second season of Parks and Recreation originally aired in the United States on the NBC television network starting September 17, 2009, and ended on May 20, 2010. The season was produced by Deedle-Dee Productions and Universal Media Studios, and series co-creators Greg Daniels and Michael Schur served as executive producers. Like the first season, it focused on Leslie Knope and her staff on the parks and recreation department of the fictional Indiana town of Pawnee. It was released on DVD November 30, 2010.
  • Season 2 of My Name is Earl began in September 2006 on NBC, and concluded in May 2007. The season featured Earl completing more points on his list and taking the heat for a crime Joy committed, forcing him to serve time in jail. The second season was released on DVD on September 25, 2007, just after the premiere of Season 3.
  • Yulian heads off to the Warriors Ceremony with Noya and encounters the Shire Tribe. Together with his fellow tribesmen he passes the first two trials. The season ends with them encountering a black fog at the 3rd test and the foreshadowing of a dragon
  • Guide to: April Fool's Day and Excuses Guide to: Asking Someone Out and Recycling Guide to: Dares and Bad Habits Guide to: Double Dating and The Last Day Guide to: Failing and Tutors Guide to: Gross Biology Dissection and Upperclassmen Guide to: Music Class and Class Clown Guide to: Notebooks and Math Guide to: Pep Rallies and Lunch Guide to: School Clubs and Video Projects Guide to: Science Fair and Study Hall Guide to: Secrets and School Car Wash Guide to: Shyness and Nicknames Guide to: Spirit Week and Clothes> Guide to: Substitute Teachers and The New Kid Guide to: The New Semester and Electives Guide to: Valentine's Day and School Websites Guide to: Vice Principals and Mondays Guide to: Yearbook and Career Week Guide to: Your Body and Procrastination
  • Season 2 of Yin Yang Yo! began on January 1, 2008 with the premiere of "The Pecking Order / Party Favors", and ended 39 episodes later with "Yin Yang Who?" on March 21, 2009 and the season 2 is the end of the series
  • Season 2 was the second season of The West Wing. The second season consisted of twenty-two episodes, the first of which aired on October 4, 2000, and ended on May 16, 2001. Season 2 saw the unexplained departure of Mandy Hampton and Donna Moss being made a main character, Janel Moloney becoming a main cast member.
  • Greek is about a social sister Casey and her anti-social brother Rusty, who are both dealing with living the Greek life at Cyprus-Rhodes University. * Complete List of Episodes * Season 1 * Season 2 * Season 3 * Season 4
  • The second season of the the series aired between 1994 and 1995. All twenty episodes were narrated by Denny Doherty.
  • The second season of Animals was renewed by Turner. A Turner Broadcasting System press release on August 16, 2013 announced that a second season had been ordered. Bradley Zweig says that the series has been renewed for a second season in February but that he couldn't mention it before it was made official. He also said that he and Sarah and Dominic started production of Season 2 in April. According to series writer, Bradley Zweig, there will be four 22-minute episodes forming one long story arc along with 36 11-minute stand alone episodes that also loosely related to the arc. This season will also introduce a new villain who will rival Lion as the greatest in the jungle. The silhouette of this character can be seen in the promotional photo on the right. At San Diego Comic-Con 2014, it was revealed that the villain's name was Noil, who is basically "a better Lion than Lion". It was also confirmed that there will be back stories about the characters. Season 2 will pick up where "The Tourist" left off where Noil was seen laughing in the animatic. The Season Two Premiere will be entitled "The Night". According to San Diego Comic Con 2014, Season 2 will start with Lion falling desperately low as the "greatest in the jungle" due to him chasing Tiger around for the majority of his appearances in Season 1 and the majority of Season 2 will be about Lion trying to climb back up as the greatest in the jungle and Kitten encouraging him to do it but he's still secretly on the side of still trying to destroy Tiger. Season 2 consists of 17 full episodes, which are made up of 36 with 11-minutes episodes and 4 22-minute episodes. On July 5, 2014, it was confirmed that Dominic Pitt (The storyboard artist) will not be working on Season 2. It was eventually revealed that writers, Frank Angones and Amy J. Higgins will be acting as story editors for Season 2. Bradley Zweig will still be a writer this season.
  • Season 2 of Barney & Friends aired from September 27 to October 20, 1993.
  • Season 2 was officially ordered on March 14, 2017. Production will start in Fall, 2017.
  • Season 2 of The Shield began in January 7, 2003 on the FX Network. It was created by Shawn Ryan and consists of 13 episodes. The Shield: The Complete Second Season was released on DVD in North America on January 6, 2004.
  • The second season aired in the UK from June 4, 1999 to August 27, 1999 on BBC. In the US the second season premiered in 2001 on Nick Jr. and was also later re-shown on Noggin in Spring 2003 and PBS Kids Sprout in late 2005.
  • The second season of HawthoRNe premiered on TNT on June 22,2010. The second contain 10 episodes and concluded airing August 24,2010
  • Season Two is the second season of Gossip Girl, the American teen drama based upon the book series by Cecily von Ziegesar. Developed for television by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. It aired on the CW from September 1st, 2008 until May 18th, 2009 with 25 episodes. There was also a spin-off pilot, Valley Girls; focusing on Lily van der Woodsen (Kelly Rutherford/Brittany Snow) and her family in California.
  • This page lists all of the episodes aired in the second season of the CBS-TV series Good Times. The season opening episode, "Florida Flips" aired on September 10, 1974, and the season finale, "The Lunch Money Ripoff", aired on March 18, 1975, as a total of 24 episodes were aired that season. Johnny Brown appears as Nathan Bookman, the conniving building superintendent, for the first time in the episode "The Family Business"; the character would remain a recurring one until the depaurture of John Amos from the series, when the storyline has James die in an auto accident at the start of Season 3, as Brown is made a main part of the cast that season.
  • Season 2 is the second season of the Syfy horror drama; Being Human. This season continues where Season 1 left off.
  • The second season of American Idol premiered on January 21, 2003 and continued until May 21, 2003. It was the first season hosted by Ryan Seacrest exclusively. Brian Dunkleman reportedly hated working on the show and the studio was dissatisfied with his performance. Kristin Holt was a special correspondent. It was won by Ruben Studdard. It was the first season to crown a male winner, and the first season to have a finale with two male contestants, being followed by the seventh season with David Archuleta and David Cook, season 8 with Kris Allen and Adam Lambert, and season 14 with Nick Fradiani and Clark Beckham.
  • Season 2 of "Nip/Tuck" premiered on June 22nd, 2014. It consists of 16 episodes.
  • Season 2 deals with character development, including Sheldon becoming more and more obsessive. Leonard and Penny's relationship takes a turn for the worse when they break up, but is quickly resolved. Soon their relationship progresses into a stronger friendship than before, while Sheldon and Penny's friendship slowly begins. In the season finale Penny hints at her true feelings for Leonard. Howard's character remains similar to that of season one in his attempts to seduce women, & lastly Rajesh manages to briefly communicate an apology to Penny without having consumed alcohol. Season 2 of The Big Bang Theory returned to television in September 22, 2008, and contained 23 episodes.
  • Martha Speaks has been renewed for a second season in the fall of 2008. The second season will air in fall 2009.
  • It's a year and a half later and Toby has finally come to terms with his telepathic powers and is still working with his paramedic partner Osman Bey. After assisting with an undercover case investigated by the Integrated Investigative Bureau (a special unit of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Toby reveals his gift to Sgt. Michelle McCluskey. Despite her initial scepticism, she realises that Toby's special abilities could be her team's secret weapon. So alongside his paramedic work Toby joins Michelle and other members of the IIB to help solve some of their most difficult and high profile cases ranging from suspicious homicides to cases of arms dealing. But the price to pay for having such a gift is the emotional and physical effects of delving into some of the most deranged criminal minds out there and it is his old flame Dr Olivia Fawcett who helps him deal with his problems.
  • Season 2 of House of Cards was released in its entirety on February 14, 2014.
  • Season 2 of Revenge began airing in the United States on September 30, 2012. Featuring 22 hour-long episodes, Season 2 airs on Sundays at 9/8c on the ABC Television Network. It was officially renewed on May 11, 2012, a while before the conclusion of Season 1, and production began on July 16, 2012.
  • The second season of the American dramedy television series Ugly Betty started on September 27, 2007 in the United States and Canada and including a long, mid-season hiatus ran until May 22, 2008. The second part of the season began airing April 24, 2008. Due to the fan base gained in the UK, Channel 4 bought the UK rights to Season 2 so they could begin airing it only a week later than the USA. Due to the Writer's Strike of 2007, Ugly Betty went on a hiatus in the UK after the airing of episode "Bananas for Betty" (Episode 10). Channel 4 announced that Ugly Betty would return towards the end of 2008 and when it returned on 5 September 2008, received 2.93 million viewers (12.9% share), according to overnight figures, which is a strong figure for Channel 4. The season would be the last season to be produced in Los Angeles before the show confrimed that it will move to New York City to complement the show's setting in the next and last seasons.
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