No. 2 Clemson outlasts Texas A&M 28-26
Shaken from smoothness by the wake of Koko's death, Kenny Loggins entertains the temptation of non-Yacht-rock.
With Liam Charles.
With Liam Charles.
With Liam Charles. Jo Brand chats with celebrity Bake Off fans Tom Allen, Edith Bowman and Josh Widdicombe.
With Aisha Tyler, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady. Guest: comedian Jeff Davis. Games performed: Let's Make a Date, Irish Drinking Song, Sound Effects, Props, Greatest Hits.
With Aisha Tyler, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady. Guests: comedian Brad Sherwood, plus actress Carmen Electra. Games performed: Let's Make a Date, Duet, Scenes from a Hat, Living Scenery, Hoedown.
With Aisha Tyler, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady. Games Performed: Hollywood Director, Duet, Themed Restaurant, Scenes from a Hat, Helping Hands.
With Aisha Tyler, Wayne Brady, Jeff Bryan Davis, Charles Esten. Games Performed: Let's Make a Date, Props, Hoedown, Scenes from a Hat, Greatest Hits.
Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman love birthday parties at the park so they're taking this inspiration to the Big Bake Challenge. The kid bakers are tasked with creating bite-sized birthday party desserts for an outdoor birthday party and serving them on mini picnic tables!
With Duff Goldman, Valerie Bertinelli, Matthew Azuma, Darci Lynne Farmer.
While the kids look a bit talented and sophisticated as cooks, I’m painfully disappointed that only one tried (and failed miserably) to pop their own popcorn. Not a single one used the two hours to make their own caramel sauce and instead they all used the same canned dulce de leche. Even worse, one of the kids that actually incorporated popcorn into their dish natively didn’t win the challenge. Where is the humanity?
Directed by Matthew Hastings. With Adelaide Kane, Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs, Toby Regbo. When Simon, an English envoy, tells Mary that the English are aware of her fragile engagement to Francis, Mary and Francis put on a show to protect their alliance.
Directed by Brad Silberling. With Adelaide Kane, Megan Follows, Torrance Coombs, Toby Regbo. After spending a childhood safely hidden away in a monastery, a teenage Mary Stuart arrives in France where she has been sent to secure Scotland's strategic alliance by formalizing her arranged engagement to the French King's dashing son, Prince Francis. Further complicating things is Bash, Francis' handsome, roguish half-brother and Francis' mother, Queen Catherine.
I was a bit impressed to recognize and correctly place the name of Megan Follows in the opening credits from having watched Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea in my youth.
I’ll give this a second episode, but I don’t know if I’ll have the stomach for any more.