Directed by David Petrarca. With Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, Brian Geraghty, Robert Wisdom. Kreizler and Moore travel to DC. Sara goes rogue in her pursuit of the truth. Lucius confides a secret to Marcus. Byrnes and Connor tighten their stranglehold on the investigation.
Donald Trump turned to the German bank, one of the few lenders willing to do business with him, to borrow millions of dollars that would go to his golf resort in Scotland.
Phone records show that Donald Trump Jr. spoke to family friends — the head of Nascar and an investor with ties to Russia — around a 2016 meeting with Russians promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.
“Being the first brand to crack out of the egg is worth at least $10 million.”
Directed by Jamie Payne. With Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, Brian Geraghty, Robert Wisdom. Kreizler mourns Mary's death while Sara pushes the team to forge ahead. Moore believes the killer is poised to strike again. Cyrus seeks revenge.
President Trump downplays disagreements over intelligence.
Not quite as sharp as most of Korman’s other plots, but also in a slightly different area and still interesting.
Directed by Ralph Hemecker. With Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes. A medium claims to know what happened to a woman who was found dead of an apparent suicide; Jamie and Eddie help a woman who bought cheap insulin online that nearly killed her son; Frank goes after a man he thinks is laundering money from a charity.
Directed by Félix Enríquez Alcalá. With Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Keith Carradine, Patina Miller. An American-Made cluster bomb leaves innocent Syrian children dead, leaving Elizabeth to figure out what went wrong. Russell argues with a homeless protester leaving him with a PR disaster to deal with.
Directed by Jamie Payne. With Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, Brian Geraghty, Robert Wisdom. Kreizler confronts the demons of his past. Moore tell Sarah the truth. Conner takes matters into his own hands. The team closes in on the killer as time is running out.
Setsubun will be celebrated on Sunday to mark the last day of winter, according to Japan’s lunar calendar.
Humans spend around a third of their lives asleep. But the molecular and genetic mechanisms that control sleepiness are mysteries. Now researchers have shown that a gene called nemuri could be one of the main drivers. In a study on fruit flies, neuroscientists at the University of Pennsylvania found that when they suppressed the activity of this gene, the flies woke up easily and had difficulty sleeping. Conversely, when they ramped up nemuri’s activity, the flies effortlessly entered the land of nod. Intriguingly nemuri, which encodes a small protein secreted by brain cells, was also shown to help the flies fight off bacterial infections. It seems as though sleep is a crucial part of the body’s immune response to infection or illness. Anyone sceptical of the recuperative powers of a good night’s rest now has evidence their doctors and mothers were right—sleep really does help. The results were published this week in Science.
With Duff Goldman, Valerie Bertinelli, Cole Frederickson, Jason Intravartolo. Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman have the 11 remaining kid bakers create volcano bundt cakes and edible boulders.
Directed by Mike Arnold. With Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Sean McVay, Tony Romo. The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams compete to determine the championship of the National Football League.
Finished watching the final quarter at home after leaving in the 3rd quarter some time.
I’ll admit that I’ve been following the Patriots for so long now that I really don’t have much buy in on the recently transplanted LA Rams. I have seen a lot of people with brand new Rams shirts and hats in the last few weeks.