Bentley searches for answers. Edwards meets an asset. Doug gets a visitor. Soyun gets a mission.
Bentley returns to CIA. Tara travels abroad. Edwards digs deeper. Doug has nightmares.
From the world of Jason Bourne, agents across the globe are “awakening” to resume deadly missions.
Kat goes out of her way to help a transgender runner get into the New York City Marathon, while Jane and Ryan try a different kind of marathon to rebuild their relationship. Sutton starts to feel she’s going backward in her career and looks for a way to improve her value to Scarlet. Jacqueline’s new situation at work leads to tension with her husband.
Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell On Wheels” travels to Caneda’s White Rooster, a Cuban-inspired restaurant located in Tom’s River, NJ. Alongside special guest stars, “The Sopranos” alums Joey Gannascoli and Vincent Pastore, Chef Ramsay and his crew find a passionate, but inexperienced team, whose lack of respect for each other make it difficult to work together. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster – all in just 24 hours. As the clock ticks down, Ramsay and his team transform this restaurant with a spectacular renovation, a fresh new menu and hope for the future.
When the first group of contestants take the stage again, Jason Biggs joins host Nick Cannon and panelists Ken Jeong, Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger and Robin Thicke, as they guess who is under each mask.
Al lands an impressive new job. Prince Chauncley loses one of his favorite ducks.
Top Gear sets out on perhaps its toughest road trip ever – a high-altitude voyage from Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, to the Forbidden City of Lo Manthang, a secretive kingdom perched high on the Tibetan plateau, on the far side of the Himalayas. It is a five-day expedition through the highest mountains, deepest gorges and harshest terrain on the planet. On their journey, the Top Gear presenters battle river crossings, mudslides and dizzying mountain passes on a trip that would test even the hardiest new 4x4s on the planet to the limit. But Paddy, Freddie and Chris aren’t crossing the Himalayas in new 4x4s. They are crossing the Himalayas in a very small old Peugeot, a very small old Renault and Nepal’s first (and only) home-built car.