When Josh Peyton (Paul McCrane) has a mental breakdown and is charged with breaking and entering, and assault, Harry (Kathy Bates) comes to his defense. Meanwhile Adam (Nate Corddry) and Rachel (Jordana Spiro) reluctantly team up to represent death row inmate Brian Jones (Quintin Aaron) only to realize that his appeal may be jeopardized by a clerical error.
‘Fantasy Factory’ welcomes back Rob’s longtime friend Christopher “Big Black” Boykin, and there is no telling how much trouble this duo will get into with their ludicrous behavior, eccentric adventures and crazy schemes.
From the Emmy Award-winning producers of A&E’s critically acclaimed ‘Intervention’ comes this new original real-life series. The series follows Gwen Casella, Doug Caine, Patty Powers and Seth Jaffe, four of the country’s leading sober coaches, as they work to save the lives of addicts who have hit rock bottom.
When Amy makes a surprise visit to Ricky’s one morning, she meets his birth mother, Nora, for the first time, and Ben considers getting serious with Adrian.
Sophia and the other Sleepers mourn their losses after negotiations are derailed. While observing Simon’s reaction to the events, Sterling begins to doubt his loyalties and devises a test. President Martinez tasks Senator Catherine Lewis (guest star Virginia Madsen) with rooting out any other moles within the White House.
Talk Show Listings:
The View: Dennis Quaid
Live with Regis and Kelly: Chris Rock
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Tracy Morgan
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Katie Holmes
Conan: Russell Brand
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Billy Crystal
Chelsea Lately: James Marsden
Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: D.L. Hughley
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: James Franco
Lopez Tonight: Rainn Wilson