While reviewing Conspiracy Theories, Forrest discovers some disconcerting facts about the show.
Forrest reviews always being happy right before he's sent to a very confining location.
Forrest reviews living life by listening to a Magic 8-Ball, faces the conundrum of reviewing procrastination and must review the most difficult life experience yet.
Julie and Billy book a gig, but their potential big break is jeopardized by Billy's newfound obligation to family. The Season 1 finale.
Forrest spends a day in a coffin; wonders what to do with a request for a six-star rating; and makes a public-speaking appearance.
Billy and Julie try to create their own podcast. Elsewhere, Billy has fun at the dog park. Seth Meyers and Kathie Lee Gifford guest star.
Forrest reviews performing a William Tell with the help of his father, must grant a difficult wish for his son on his birthday, and takes a relaxing rowboat trip.
Billy and Julie become victims of procrastination when trying to prepare for a writing gig.
While attempting to catfish, Forrest reconnects with an old girlfriend. Forrest deals with a wide variety of ghosts in a real haunted house.
Billy and Julie revamp the café menu with children's fare at adult prices.
Forrest starts a cult; and tries to sculpt a perfect body by undergoing a series of enhancements.
Billy visits his brother for Yom Kuppur dinner, and Julie sets out to befriend a veteran.
This week Forrest has his assistant frame him for a crime, he hooks up with a high school teacher and experiences the everyday life of a little person.
Billy hits it off with a new man, but soon learns he's a "participator." Meanwhile, Julie's home life crumbles when Arthur cracks under the pressure of the PBS pledge drive.
Julie seeks out an old high-school crush, and brings him to bed with her and Arthur. Meanwhile, Billy finds a father-figure in Denise's husband, Nate.
Billy and Julie come up with an entrepreneurial scheme to sell bottled library water-fountain water and Julie gets in trouble for a controversial tweet.
After World War II is over, Peggy finds life as a glorified secretary for the SSR boring. When Howard Stark is framed for the sale of his weapons to the enemy, he asks Peggy to help him recover them and prove his innocence.moreless
Peggy pursues Brannis and the missing bombs, and Jarvis insists on helping her. Meanwhile, the SSR gets photos of the mystery blonde seen with Spider and speaks with Hugh Jones, the owner of the imploded factory.moreless
The school is under quarantine when a deadly virus hits it; Meanwhile, Braeden is shot.
Forrest quits a job; seizes an opportunity; and tries being Irish.
Forrest reviews getting married to a stranger, going on the run from the law and throwing a party at their community living house.
Forrest gets revenge; is institutionalized; and tries to earn some fast cash.
Forrest has road rage; and goes to an orgy.
Forrest reviews eating far too many pancakes, divorcing his wife, and eating twice as many pancakes as before.
A serial killer at the heart of Five-0's investigation puts Chin's life in danger. While on the shores of Oahu, Danny and Grace come upon an odd puzzle box.
When a software engineer is taken out by a drone strike, the CBI steps in to investigate. The team comes upon four of the Red John suspects just as Jane finds an important clue to Red John's methods.moreless
In the aftermath of Dr. Venture's death, Sgt. Hatred sends Dean and Hank to live separately with their godfathers while he seeks revenge on the Monarch.
Brock goes undercover to rescue a volunteer undercover operative helping the OSI track down the Council of 13, and ends up in a night club... of doom!
Dean pays a visit to the mystery woman in his life, while Hank and Dermott play a prank on Dr. Venture which leads him on a quest to find his mystery friend and rescue him.moreless