Season 12, Episode 07 — “Lower East Side”
Bourdain takes a personal journey through this formerly bohemian New York City neighborhood, as he meets, shares meals and reflects with music, film and art trailblazers.
Eyjafjallajökull – When the eruption of an Icelandic volcano strands Elizabeth at an airport in Ireland with the Turkish foreign minister, she tries to broker a deal with him to save the lives of thousands of Syrian refugees. Also, Henry gives advice to Alison about an awkward topic.
Parasite Lost – Colonel Haley makes a surprising decision regarding Supergirl. Kara writes s series of articles highlighting aliens in National City in the hopes that humans will stop being so fearful of them. Unfortunately, the article puts some of the aliens in harm’s way.
Other Women – Mel is worried about Niko’s safety, so Mel and Harry come up with a plan to protect her, but Mel will need her sisters’ help. Maggie notices that Macy is upset about her situation with Galvin, so she offers to do some recon with her, but they discover that things might not be exactly what they seem. Meanwhile, Maggie’s sorority sister Lucy turns to her for some help, but Maggie struggles with telling her the truth because it could jeopardize her sorority future.
The Prodigal Son – Miles is forced to face uncomfortable truths about his family when the “God” account points him towards his Uncle Terrance. Also, Cara’s father pays her a visit, and he discovers that she’s reconnected with her mom who left them when she was a child.
Season 05, Episode 29
A comedic review of the week’s political news hosted by John Oliver.
Season 01, Episode 07 – “Re-Enter the Dragons”
One of Dad’s old friends and bandmates turns up as a patient at Rel’s hospital. When Rel finds out their friendship ended on bad terms, Rel, Nat and Brittany investigate why Dad’s band “The Dragons” broke up all those years ago.
Mother(f***er) of All Midterms – Co-hosts John Heilemann, Mark McKinnon and Alex Wagner, along with contributor Steve Schmidt, fan out across the country to follow more than a dozen candidates for House, Senate and governor during a week that will change the course of history.