ComedyAfter Seamus (guest star Paul Adelstein) threatens Kevin (guest star Marc Evan Jackson), Holt devises an elaborate plan to hide him in a safe house, with Jake as his guard. Kevin is miserable as the 99 works overtime to find Seamus and take him down.
ComedySketches include Anderson Cooper White House Turmoil Cold Open (featuring John Goodman and Fred Armisen), Bill Hader Explains SNL Monologue, Californians Replacing Rosa (featuring Fred Armisen), Irish Dating Show, Girlfriends Game Night, Jurassic Park Auditions, Weekend Update (featuring Kate as Betsy DeVos, Pete on Mental Illness, and Bill as Stefon), Sacred Rock, CBC Report, Undercover Office Party, and Goodnights & Credits. Check out these selected sketches and segments from each of this season's episodes, so you can make every night a Saturday Night.
ComedyWill (Eric McCormack) rekindles a relationship with his first love against Jack's (Sean Hayes) advice. Grace (Debra Messing) reluctantly fights for Karen's (Megan Mullally) civil rights when a bakery refuses to make a cake she wants.
ComedyAfter the barbecue fiasco, Stevie takes David to a spa for some much-needed wallowing. Unfortunately, she has chosen a honeymoon package, which just rubs salt in the wound. Johnny steps in at a Jazzagals rehearsal and wows everyone with his skills, but Moira is not fully on board with her husband's new involvement in her social life. Alexis tests out a dating app and goes on a date with a cute local.
ComedyWhile Leonard jumps through hoops to help secure the perfect wedding venue for Sheldon and Amy, Howard and Bernadette have a difficult time deciding which one of them should stay at home with the kids and who should return to work.
ComedyWhen Jay overhears Gloria on the phone talking about spanking, he assumes she is frustrated in the bedroom. When he attempts to light the spark again by giving her exactly what she wants, he realizes he might have made a mistake. Meanwhile, now that Mitchell has an amazing new job, he and Cam throw a party to rub it in Cam’s friends’ faces so they can no longer give him “the look of pity".
ComedyWhen Jack (Glenn Howerton) is attracted to a student's mother (guest star Erinn Hayes) at a parent-teacher conference, he feigns interest in her son, Colin (Tucker Albrizzi). A group of parents complain to Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt) when they notice a piece of controversial student art from Mary's (Mary Sohn) class.
ComedyWhen Glenn (Mark McKinney) and Dina (Lauren Ash) offer amnesty to all the employees for any bad things they confess, Garrett (Colton Dunn) and Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom) try to decide how to take advantage of it. Meanwhile, Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Amy (America Ferrera) try to defuse an awkward situation that has the whole store gossiping.
ComedyA baby shower makes Grace (Debra Messing) and Will (Eric McCormack) question their life choices. Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) find a way to combine child labor with musical theater.
ComedyPhil thinks that Gloria is upset at Jay for dropping the ball on Valentine’s Day, so he convinces Jay to spice things up with a little role playing that doesn’t go off as planned. Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam may have unwittingly ruined Luke’s Valentine’s Day date and are forced to make things right.
ComedyIn the season eight premiere, the Gallaghers find themselves with money to burn as Carl sells their (meth) inheritance from Monica. Meanwhile, Fiona swears off random hookups to focus on her new apartment building; Lip deals with the personal sacrifices that come with sobriety; and Frank emerges out of a meth-induced haze to make amends for decades of depravity.
ComedyJohnny and Moira throw a family barbecue with the intention of getting to know Patrick a little better, as they believe this to be the longest relationship David has ever had. But David is worried about inflicting his family upon Patrick and tries to keep them apart. Meanwhile, Alexis receives a mysterious text from Ted and, with the help of a new friend, decides to investigate.
ComedyWhen Bernadette won’t go into labor, all her friends try different tactics to get things started; and Howard confronts Bernadette after Amy accidentally reveals that she’s already chosen their son’s name.
ComedyHayley gets a job as a sandwich delivery driver and begins delivering lunch to Stan’s office. Hayley sees the terrible work conditions at the office and organizes a strike. Stan is the only worker who remains on duty, but his loyalty backfires when Hayley wins in negotiations with Bullock and is given Stan’s job. Meanwhile, the rest of the family watches the show “Breaking Bad” in reverse and discover the show is hiding a scavenger hunt.
ComedyDre and Bow confront gender biases of their own after finding out that both Junior and Zoey have become sexually active. Meanwhile, Ruby is hurt when she finds out that Jack and Diane have been hanging out with a friend's grandmother after school.
ComedyWhen Jack and Diane get in trouble at school, Dre and Bow have to figure out the right balance of discipline and support so that their kids aren't too afraid of authority nor entitled either. Meanwhile, Ruby thinks Junior's Spanish teacher is flirting with him, and he begins to realize that girls at school are starting to check him out.
ComedyFrank joins the workforce for the first time as he relives his 20s, while Fiona grapples with whether or not to evict someone from her building. Lip works out a plan to sabotage Charlie’s chances with Sierra (recurring guest star RUBY MODINE); Ian and Carl make a troubling discovery about Monica, and Kev says his goodbyes as he prepares to go under the knife.
ComedyJack Griffin (Glenn Howerton) is a Harvard philosophy scholar who loses out on his dream job and goes to work as a high school Advanced Placement biology teacher in his hometown of Toledo, Ohio. He quickly makes it clear he will not be teaching any biology, however, and, realizing he has a room full of overachieving honor roll students at his disposal, decides instead to use the kids to enact revenge on his rival and take the job that is rightfully his. Eager to prove that he is still king of the castle, Principal Durbin (Patton Oswalt) struggles to control the force of nature that is Jack Griffin.
ComedyGrace (Debra Messing) is horrified to realize that she's dated three men from the same family. Will (Eric McCormack) and Karen (Megan Mullally) get on each other's nerves at the office until they bond over watching -- and producing -- their own little telenovela.
ComedyJack tries to pick up dates in Toledo with the help of Stef, Mary and Michelle. Meanwhile, Principal Durbin grows jealous of his assistant, Helen, after her comedic rendition of the daily announcements proves to be a big hit with the students and the faculty.
ComedyFiona has a surprise visit from her past, and is forced to reevaluate her life. Frank gets involved with Liam’s school and becomes the most popular dad in the PTA, while Lip learns that getting laid sober is harder than he anticipated. Ian crosses a boundary with one of the kids from the youth center. Meanwhile, Kevin and Veronica go on a trip to meet Kevin’s birth family.
ComedyWhen Alba leaves to go on vacation, Mickey appoints Sabrina to babysit Ben when she and Jimmy leave for a night out. When Sabrina decides that a night out with her friends is much more appealing, she and Mickey get into an argument and end up in jail. Meanwhile, Jimmy meets a new friend.
ComedyA violent meth dealer threatens the Gallaghers, forcing Ian, Carl, Lip and Debbie to find a way to pay him off without involving Fiona. In the meantime, Fiona is battling a vindictive tenant; Frank attains sainthood; and Lip has to care for a down-and-out Professor Youens (recurring guest star ALAN ROSENBERG).
ComedyIn the season eight finale, Fiona has to tap deep into her Gallagher roots if she truly wants to get the homeless family out of her apartment and to dismiss their lawsuit. Meanwhile, Ian and some of his followers go into hiding from the authorities after an explosive incident. And while Lip must make a difficult decision in order to have the life he really wants, Carl looks for a way to go back to school without upsetting Kassidi. Debbie considers letting Derek back into Franny’s life. And Frank schemes to take advantage of Liam’s wealthy friend.
ComedyFiona tries to raise the profile of the neighborhood, while Ian helps Trevor raise money for a new youth shelter. Lip stands up to a friend and gets hurt. Carl loses his scholarship and gets creative with securing his tuition, while Frank teaches the parents at Liam’s school all about the working class.
ComedyIan’s fame in the LGBTQIA community explodes, but his sudden surge of “followers” may be more than he can handle. Frank, however, finds a way to cash in on Ian’s fame. Fiona struggles with her conscience when she learns new details about the worker who fell off her roof. Meanwhile, Lip realizes his relationship with Professor Youens may not have been as special as he thought; and Carl’s girlfriend, Kassidi (recurring guest star SAMMI HANRATTY), tests his commitment to their relationship.
ComedyDavid and Patrick throw an open mic night to help promote Rose Apothecary, but when Patrick announces he'll be singing solo with his acoustic guitar, David gets cold feet. Johnny and Alexis begin re-branding the motel, but Stevie is apprehensive, fearing that they're expanding too quickly. Moira accidentally finds out the gender of the Schitt's baby, and tries desperately to keep the secret.
ComedyJack leaves his class unattended and lands himself in "teacher jail" after one of his students suffers a minor injury. Initially, Jack enjoys the paid time off, but the situation takes a turn when the resulting investigation targets Durbin. Meanwhile, Helen acts as the substitute teacher in Jack's absence, much to the students' dismay.
ComedyFrank starts a booming import-export business. Fiona considers moving into her own place after Ford (special guest star RICHARD FLOOD) shows her a side of Chicago she's never seen. Meanwhile, Lip interviews new sponsors, Ian confronts a pastor trying to "pray the gay away" and Debbie deals with being unemployed while looking for a way to afford school and raise Franny.
ComedyFiona’s homeless tenants have barricaded themselves in her apartment and taken her dog, Rusty. Lip takes in a terrified Sierra and Lucas when her father is released from prison, while Ian, despite warnings of legal ramifications, provides sanctuary to a runaway teen. And while Frank considers his retirement, Debbie must choose between paying for school and paying for surgery to keep her toes.
ComedyIan tests Fiona's patience and resolve by bringing a messy "Occupy Fiona" movement right to her front door. Lip struggles to get Professor Youens to court for his DUI trial. Meanwhile, a now unemployed Frank goes on a job hunt and Carl gets a feisty new rehab client with a plan to help him get the rest of his tuition.
ComedyFrank’s trafficking business takes a turn for the worse, sending him on the run through the Great White North. Meanwhile, the video of Ian confronting a minister brings him some unexpected allies, and pushes him to take his message further. Lip must decide whether to tell Sierra about Charlie’s past. Fiona meets Ford’s eclectic group of friends and discovers she doesn’t fit in at all. And Carl’s new girlfriend is having separation anxiety at the thought of him going back to school.
ComedyHaving had their memories erased by ambitious master architect Michael (Ted Danson), Eleanor (Kristen Bell), Chidi (William Jackson Harper), Tahani (Jameela Jamil) and Jason (Manny Jacinto) again settle into the Good Place, unaware of what has previously transpired...except that Eleanor discovers the one clue she had left for herself and attempts to piece things together.
ComedyStan discovers that the Langley Falls historical mural has been ruined by graffiti and neglect. He convinces the town to allow him to restore the mural himself, but he fails and makes it worse than before. The town refuses to believe that Stan would ruin the mural and blames Hayley instead. Meanwhile, Roger becomes Steve’s instructor at a prestigious clowning university.
ComedyFiona is forced to reflect on her own life after a lonely tenant dies and the duty of cleaning out the apartment falls upon her. Meanwhile, Debbie has a pregnancy scare and winds up in a compromising position; Lip enlists Carl's help to search for his sponsor and Frank enjoys having his first-ever credit card.
ComedyJack (Glenn Howerton) gets into a petty dispute with Marcus (Nick Peine), the President of Student Council. Marcus surprisingly refuses to back down and the situation escalates much too far. Stef (Lyric Lewis) sells makeup at school as a side business.