Mac (Lucas Till) confronts a new nemesis in the form of Elliot Mason (guest star Peter Weller), whose cunning and resourcefulness make him, in essence, a “bad MacGyver” in the Season 3 finale “Mason + Cable + Choices.” Among those choices is a stark one: Foiling Mason’s diabolical scheme will allow Mac to save either one personal friend or the lives of hundreds of innocents. Our hero also gets information that probably will drive a wedge between him and his father (recurring guest star Tate Donovan).
Mike (Tim Allen) is forced to use tough love on Mandy and Kyle (Molly McCook, Christoph Sanders) as they prove to be reluctant to leave the Baxter household and move into their own place in the Season 7 finale “A Moving Finale.” Elsewhere, Ed and Chuck (Hector Elizondo, Jonathan Adams) try to dodge making a contribution to Boyd’s (Jet Jurgensmeyer) theater fundraiser. Nancy Travis also stars.
A party tradition for Hank, Charlie and Sid (David Alan Grier, Martin Mull, Leslie Jordan) is the focal point of the Season 1 finale, “The Friend-aversary.” Margaret (Vicki Lawrence) isn’t included on the guest list, but when she notices tension between Hank and Sid, she urges Sid to speak up for himself. Sid also has another matter on his mind: The resident cat ladies have booked the patio he wants to use for the party. Artemis Pebdani and Jamie Farr reprise their recurring guest roles.
As Wu-Tang Clan marks the 25th anniversary of its breakout debut album, this four-part limited docu-series from filmmaker Sacha Jenkins looks back on the career of the band to date, incorporating commentary from each of the nine living members, as well as never-before-seen archival footage and performances. The series chronicles how the group’s founding members — RZA, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Inspectah Deck, Raekwon, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Masta Killa and Cappadonna — pooled their talents and entrepreneurial instincts to rise from poverty to fame.
In the Season 9 finale, “Something Blue,” Erin (Bridget Moynahan) interviews a witness whose story leads Erin to doubt Eddie’s (Vanessa Ray) honesty, since Eddie had taken this witness’s initial statement. Elsewhere, Danny and Baez (Donnie Wahlberg, Marisa Ramirez) try to untangle the incredibly complicated love life of a young murder victim, and Frank (Tom Selleck) bickers with his staff even as he worries about the toast he’s expected to make at Jamie (Will Estes) and Eddie’s wedding. Christine Ebersole reprises her guest role.