ComedyWhen Luke goes missing after a night out in a sketchy neighborhood, Manny, Phil and Gloria team up to track him down. Meanwhile, Haley is desperate to land an interview with the creator of a popular lifestyle website and interrupts Alex during one of her college classes. Alex’s professor, Arvin Fennerman (Chris Geere), then proceeds to try and give Haley a piece of his mind.
ComedyKatie and Greg dislike Taylor's new boyfriend, so they attempt to use reverse psychology to drive a wedge between them. After Spencer's over-the-top vision for Oliver's first date with a girl from his ballet class bombs, Greg helps Oliver make up for it with a romantic gesture.
ComedyDre is selected to run point on a campaign that focuses on "The Talk," which refers to the conversations that Black parents have with their children through the decades to prepare them for the racial bias they may face in the world. Meanwhile, Bow finds an online group of women that she leans on for advice and support.
ComedyAdam tries to be funny in class but ends up distracting his woodshop teacher, who nearly injures himself when his tie is cut off, so Murray grounds him. Meanwhile, Geoff and Beverly try to become more cultured so Erica will remain close when she decides she wants to attend a Phillip Glass concert but, in the end, they learn something surprising about Erica's taste in music.
ComedyWhen Sheldon kicks Amy out to work solo, she and Leonard bond during a series of science experiments. Meanwhile, Bert, the geologist, replaces Howard in his band, “Footprints on the Moon,” and Sheldon finds Penny a surprising source of scientific inspiration.
ComedyFrankie decides that she needs to find something new that she’s passionate about – life’s third act - and Reverend TimTom (recurring guest star Paul Hipp) offers the perfect solution. Meanwhile, tired of hearing Sue and Brick argue because of the giant hole between their bedroom walls, Mike orders them to fix it; and after Axl refuses to let rich girlfriend Lexie pay for some extravagant outings, Lexie finds a way to fool him into thinking he’s becoming lucky when money and other high priced items suddenly make their way into his hands.
ComedyWith Jessica’s career as an author taking off, Louis worries that she is losing interest in him and attempts to rekindle the flame under Marvin’s guidance. Evan skips his way into Emery’s seventh grade English class with a particularly hard-to-please teacher, Ms. Doris (Tig Notaro). When neither can win her over, they seek advice from an unusual source.
ComedyClaire's request to build a "She Shed" in their backyard is denied by the homeowners association and only Luke and Phil know the real reason why. Meanwhile, Pameron lets Cam in on a family secret that forces him to visit Mitch's therapist to work through this new information.
ComedyAfter a dust-up with Lafayette High, Maya runs to JJ’s rescue and launches her own school out of the DiMeo home. Her program becomes a true DiMeo affair when Ray and Dylan enroll and Jimmy joins the faculty. Meanwhile, Kenneth sets out to prove to his ex-wife that he’s living a successful life.
ComedyMichael (Ted Danson) finds himself in a bind. Meanwhile, Eleanor (Kristen Bell) sparks an idea that has Chidi (William Jackson Harper), Tahani (Jameela Jamil), Jason (Manny Jacinto) and even Janet (D'Arcy Carden) laying their feelings on the line.
ComedyTo discover who would be most qualified to be Best Man and Maid of Honor at their wedding, Sheldon and Amy subject their friends to a series of secret experiments; Penny reveals her true feelings about Amy.
ComedyWill (Eric McCormack) and Grace's (Debra Messing) old friend Larry (guest star Tim Bagley) decides he's in love with Will. On Jack's (Sean Hayes) first day as a Lyft driver, he hits his wacky neighbor Val (special guest star Molly Shannon). Karen (Megan Mullally) steps in to bail out Jack, but then needs Jack to bail her out.
ComedySketches include Morning Joe Michael Wolff Cold Open, Science Show, Tucci Gang, Fashion Panel, My Drunk Boyfriend, Weekend Update (featuring Leslie and Chris as Oprah and Steadman, Aidy on Women’s Wage Disparity, and Kenan as Lavar Ball), Captain Hook, ATM, Marcus Comes To Dinner, Genetics Lab, Chantix, 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.
ComedyWhen Kevin encounters a mysterious do-gooder and attempts to help her raise money for a dog sanctuary, his plan backfires. Meanwhile, Tyler believes he has finally made contact with Yvette, the mysterious lady from Laos.
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.
ComedyMichael (Ted Danson) approaches things from a new angle. Eleanor (Kristen Bell), Chidi (William Jackson Harper), Tahani (Jameela Jamil) and Jason (Manny Jacinto) struggle to make a collective decision.
ComedyWhen Claire lands a big opportunity for Pritchett’s Closets, Jay expects a little validation for his contribution; and Pam’s ex-boyfriend Bo (James Van Der Beek) shows up and Mitchell sees this as the perfect opportunity to get Pam out of the house. Meanwhile, Luke and Alex stumble upon a successful online business that finally gets them on their feet.
ComedySabrina believes her legacy means she’s a shoe-in at Yale, but on the day of her interview, she takes a risk that may ruin her chances and jeopardize her future. Meanwhile, Alba gets a visit from her cousin and must pretend to be a maid again, so her family doesn’t disown her.
ComedyAfter Kevin and Vanessa nail a pitch for a new job for their security company, Monkey Fist, they run into Frank, the owner of a rival company who is determined to put them out of business by pitting Kevin and Vanessa against each other.
ComedyMeet the shoestring budget airline crew and its eccentric passengers who, every weekend, take the roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas with one goal in mind – to come back a winner. It won’t be easy, but this unlikely group of miscreants and dreamers will eventually go from being strangers on a plane to a supportive, if unconventional, family…well, at least from Friday to Sunday. From executive producers Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Lon Zimmet and Steve Levitan, and starring Emmy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner Dylan McDermott.
ComedyAfter Josh hits it off with Lauren (Andrea Anders), Judy’s friend Myra’s (Tacey Adams) daughter, they have an epiphany about the nature of their meeting, and it all circles back to their mothers’ meddling. Also, Eve and Andrew are weary of letting Harry babysit Wyatt, so they rope in Nick to babysit both of them.
ComedyAfter leaving his real estate firm to strike out on his own, Phil decides a solo camping trip in the wild will be just what he needs to boost his confidence. Meanwhile, Mitchell’s plan to teach Cam a lesson in gullibility and Lily a lesson in responsibility backfires.
ComedySheldon and Howard plan birthday celebrations for Amy and Halley, respectively. Leonard receives a Christmas letter from his brother that causes him to spiral out about his own lack of accomplishments.
ComedyIn the eleventh season premiere, Amy gives Sheldon an answer to his proposal, while Howard and Bernadette struggle with some unexpected news. LAURIE METCALF returns as Sheldon’s mother, Mary; RIKI LINDHOME returns as Ramona; and STEPHEN HAWKING returns as Himself.
ComedyKatie is worried that the launch of Greg's new book might go poorly, so she enlists Angela and Doris to write positive reviews of the book online to boost his confidence. When the book unexpectedly does exceedingly well, Greg buys a new car without consulting Katie.
ComedyEddie gets annoyed when he catches Nicole changing her opinions in order to impress her new crush, Jackie. Louis is eager to expand his social circle with Matthew Chestnut’s friends, but Jessica fears her sometimes-too-generous husband is overextending himself. When Emery and Evan take Honey shopping to find her a new, easy style to help her when the baby comes, their idea of a “mom” wardrobe is met with some resistance.