Conrad (Matt Czuchry) plans to take Nic (Emily VanCamp) out for a romantic Valentine’s Day evening, but when those plans are derailed, he gives the reservation away to someone who could really use it in the new episode “Stupid Things in the Name of Sex.” Meanwhile, Devon and Mina (Manish Dayal, Shaunette Renée Wilson) try to figure out why an apparently healthy neighbor inexplicably died, and Kit (Jane Leeves) offers some dating advice to a patient with a sex-related injury.
Jay (Chris Pine) starts to wonder how close he may be getting to the truth when he gets an unexpected visit from Billis (Yul Vazquez) and the Los Angeles Police Department in the new episode “Dark Flower.” Elsewhere, Corinna (Connie Nielsen) has some revelations for Fauna (India Eisley), but the latter also still harbors the nagging suspicion that Corinna is hiding Tamar, Fauna’s mother. Jefferson Mays also stars.
After several false starts and tasks left abandoned, Francine (voice of Wendy Schaal) discovers the rest of her family is starting to dismiss her as a quitter as this animated comedy returns with a new episode called “One-Woman Swole.” Casting about for a way to prove them wrong, she settles on an improbable new hobby — bodybuilding — and proves something of a phenom. Meanwhile, Klaus (Dee Bradley Baker) the fish claims that he invented the familiar “high five” gesture.
During the 1970s, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell’s famous New York club redefined what such nightspots could be, offering a glitzy haven to celebrities and other flashy folks who wanted to mingle with one another apart from the hoi polloi and, when the moment was right, exchange designer drugs. Getting past the famous velvet rope at the Studio 54 entrance meant that you were — at least for that night — part of a rarefied circle. Matt Tyrnauer’s new feature-length documentary looks at the real story behind the facade.
President’s Day doesn’t actually arrive until next week, so a new episode called “United States of Pawn” may be rushing things a little, as a rare photograph of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln makes its way into the shop. If verified, this collectible could be worth up to a cool million. Elsewhere, Chumlee is hopping with glee over an Easter egg signed by several members of the Bush family, while Rick and Corey look into a World War II relic that may have been used by Ronald Reagan.