Wade prepares for the Battle of the Bands contest and sets his eyes on the prize money, but Zoe's suggestion that George also participate proves unwise. Elsewhere, Lemon spends the weekend bonding with Magnolia; and Lavon assists Tom with his love life.
A history of guns in America, beginning with the first European settlements in the New World. Also: the political battles that have erupted over gun-control initiatives; the competing visions of national identity that guns and gun control represent.
Christi and Chloe return to the studio after a one-week suspension, which leads to tension between Christi and Kelly. Meanwhile, Nia becomes determined to perform the duet that Abby pulled the previous week.
Ryan stages a work walkout when he's forced to read a commercial for a male-enhancement product. Meanwhile, Ryan hires football's Terrell Owens as an assistant; Lauren receives a low evaluation score; and Simone takes Ryan to a meditation center.
Chris Harrison chats with Season 17 bachelor Sean Lowe, who shares his thoughts about the dismissed women and discusses his feelings about the final three bachelorettes. Also included: previously unseen footage from the season.
A new suspect surfaces in Derek's homicide. Meanwhile, Emma causes Sutton to have doubts about Rebecca; Rebecca gets some surprising help in her push to break up Ted and Kristin; and Alec sees Jordan as a possible ally.
Actor Mickey Rourke visits Team Sonnen to share insights from his days as a boxer while coach Jones wonders if a competitor is ready to fight. Bubba McDaniel meets Kelvin Gastelum in the fourth preliminary fight.
Mindy is offered the chance to deliver a medical report on the local TV news, and gets advice for appearing on camera from an unlikely source. Meanwhile, Beverly returns to the office as an administrative assistant, but is flummoxed by modern technology and youth culture.
Bryan and David get a preview of the highs and lows of parenting when their beloved puppy has a veterinary emergency. Meanwhile, Goldie meets with Shania's teacher after a class disruption; and romantic feelings between Clay and Goldie are reignited.
Part 1 of 2. In the Season 3 premiere, it's months after Peter's death and Megan returns to work, only to learn she's been teamed with a detective with whom she has a past history. She, Det. Sullivan and his rookie partner are up against a serial killer who targets young war veterans. The stakes become higher after she gets a call from the killer and is told he's holding her teenage daughter, Lacey, hostage.
With Grayson's house on the market, the cul-de-sac crew waste little time judging their potential neighbors, which conjures up memories of the time when Jules and Bobby moved in. Meanwhile, Wade returns from Afghanistan earlier than expected, stirring mixed emotions in Laurie when he becomes too clingy.
Segments include an interview with MMA fighter Ronda Rousey; a profile of Pakistani squash player Maria Toor Paka; and a chat with former rugby player Gareth Thomas, who came out publicly as a gay man while an active player in 2009.