One of the game’s most prominent masterminds targets two foes and sets a plan in motion to oust one of them, along with an immunity idol, in one of the most memorable tribal councils of the season.
Noticing that everyone is too busy on their electronic devices to actually interact with one another, Claire and Phil declare a family challenge to see who can stay unplugged the longest. Meanwhile, it’s a race against the clock as Mitchell and Cameron frantically try to get Lily into the best pre-schools, and Jay and Manny are concerned about how far Gloria will go to alleviate their problem with the neighbor’s barking dog.
When two innocent children are killed in an accidental meth lab explosion, Detectives Rex Winters and Tomas “TJ” Jaruszalski track down the dealer’s family. The investigation quickly takes a sharp turn when the detectives discover those involved in the explosion are planning something more destructive. As the federal government steps in and attempts to take over the case, DDA Dekker fights to keep the trial in California.
Frankie convinces Mike and the kids that the Heck family should host a foreign exchange student from Japan to expose him to life in an average American family. But the Hecks become frustrated when the student shows no sign of interest whatsoever in the family.
Their mission is easy – Steven and Samantha are to find Shin Won, a North Korean physicist responsible for inventing a device that can change an object’s state of matter, and facilitate his defection. Even easier, Shin Won is attending the Particle Physics Symposium in Geneva, Switzerland, where Steven and Samantha go undercover to locate the scientist and bring him to the U.S. Things aren’t so simple when Shin Won refuses to leave unless they get his daughter out of North Korea.
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