Mike and Chuck (Tim Allen, Jonathan Adams) vie to see who will be the last cook standing in Outdoorman’s Annual Chili Cook-Off in the new episode “Chili Chili Bang Bang.” Elsewhere, Kyle and Ryan (Christoph Sanders, Jordan Masterson) fill in for Mandy and Kristin (Molly McCook, Amanda Fuller) at Vanessa’s (Nancy Travis) weekly mother-daughter luncheon. Hector Elizondo also stars.
Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) is left to make a bitterly difficult decision, after events take a very dark turn on the twins’ 17th birthday, in the new episode “Life Was So Much Easier When I Only Cared About Myself.” Meanwhile, Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) resorts to drastic measures when she and Alaric (Matthew Davis) find themselves at loggerheads over how to handle an issue involving Josie (Kaylee Bryant). Rafael (Peyton Alex Smith) discovers something heartbreaking.
Filmmaker Andrew Rossi looks at how social media has helped disseminate “fake news” widely into the American mainstream, and examines the corrosive effect that disinformation, conspiracy theories and stories reflecting “alternative facts” can have on the average citizen. The documentary makes its points largely by looking at multiple high-profile fake-news stories that led to some regrettable real-world results, such as the “Pizzagate” case, organized disinformation campaigns aimed at disrupting the 2016 presidential election and the Jade Helm conspiracy.
Shelly and Delilah (guest star Romy Rosemont, Stephanie Szostak) take over the planning of a baby shower for Regina (Christina Moses) after the latter gets some shocking news from Eve (guest star Ebboney Wilson) in the new episode “Mothers and Daughters.” Meanwhile, Maggie (Allison Miller) starts to have second thoughts about her relationship with Gary (James Roday) as she undertakes a new venture. Sprague Grayden also guest stars; Romany Malco and Grace Park also star.