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Guests: Terry Crews, Jenna Coleman, Ed Gamble
Guests: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ike Barinholtz, Andrew McMahon
Guests: Kunal Nayyar, Ed Burns, El Vy
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It's Jess' birthday, and Nick has something special planned. An incredible gift giver herself, Jess consistently sets the bar too high for her friends and is always left disappointed -- which is why she resolved long ago to spend her birthdays alone at the movies. But Nick is determined to break the cycle this year and enlists the gang's help to pull it off.
America's Next Weatherman
Watch the Season Finale
The final three weathercasters must survive an "Ultimate Cast Off," produce a field piece at the beach without the help of a crew, and go on a very unusual job interview with special guest Michaela Pereira. One will win $100,000, an agent, and an appearance forecasting the weather on CNNÂs New Day.
Watch JLo Return to Her Roots
Pop sensation Jennifer Lopez headlined the first episode of this new concert series created in partnership with State Farm. Taped at Orchard Beach in the Bronx, it marked the first concert performance given by J. Lo in her hometown borough and served as a thank you to the neighbors who inspired her and who continue to inspire greatness in their communities every day.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Coming This January to TBS
Samantha Bee reveals the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize, also known as our first classy President.
Dana Marschz is a failed actor-turned-high school drama teacher. Shortchanged in the talent department, Dana still harbors ambitions and passions. At work, that is; his personal life, with his dissatisfied wife Brie and their boarder Gary, leaves much to be desired. At Tucson, AZ's West Mesa High School, Dana sees himself as an inspirational teacher. But his adaptations of popular films, as performed by his top students Rand and Epiphany, are not resonating. When his latest -- re-creating Erin Brockovich -- is dismissed by the 9th grade drama critic and his department is targeted for closure, Dana must reach deep into himself for creativity. After much perspiration, he conceives a sequel to Shakespeare's Hamlet -- a musical-theater extravaganza that will disdain both political correctness and dramatic credibility. Rallying and rousing his class, Dana casts a wider net by recruiting transfer students like Ivonne for key roles. With rehearsals underway, objections from school officials and the community are soon raised, but Dana will not be denied his freedom of artistic expression. After all, "to thine own self be true." Dana gets unexpected support from ACLU attorney Cricket Feldstein and his favorite actress, Elisabeth Shue. Above all else, he fervently believes that his opus must be staged, and nothing can break his optimistic spirit.