BB 14, Episode 51 – Aired: 2013-08-02
Emma returns to present tonight’s live eviction show. Highlights are shown of life from within the house. Gina explains to Sophie why she doesn’t like Hazel. Callum talks to Big Brother about the upcoming eviction. Gina offers Dexter some advise. Today’s task sees the nominated housemates having to campaign as to why they shouldn’t be evicted. They also have…
I See You – Aired: 2014-07-24
Starfire works with Robin on a stakeout. Cyborg and Beast Boy learn Raven’s secret.
The Ribbon Cutter – Aired: 2014-07-24
We follow a younger Hayden Hoyle as he makes his way to the top of the spy business, by sleeping with MI6 chief Dame Julia Walsh. Julia double crosses Hayden when a pact is revealed between her and the ambitious Monica Chatwin. Flashbacks also show how Ephra manages to control the Stein empire and Nessa’s abduction in Gaza.
Penguin Post Office – Aired: 2014-07-24
Following the staff who work at a post office in Antartica, with the unlikely neighbours of 3,000 gentoo penguins.
When Did Time Begin? – Aired: 2014-07-23
The origins of time and space are examined.
Episode #13 – Power of Veto Competition #4 – Day #29 – Aired: 2014-07-23
On tonight’s 13th episode of the season the 4th Power of veto competition will be held with the current HoH their 2 nominees for eviction and 3 other houseguests chosen at random.
Three Dates With My Mother – Aired: 2014-07-23
After Jennifer begins seeing a psychiatrist so that she can better handle her mother, even he finds it hard to break through to Maggie.
Straight Outta Cleveland – Aired: 2014-07-23
Joy and Mitch think about their compatibility whilst Victoria receives a visit from the son she has seems to forget about.
Moving Day – Aired: 2014-07-23
15 Division is assigned to a community outreach program, Moving Day, to help tenants move out of a subsidized-housing complex that’s being torn down. But when Andy and Chloe discover a severely beaten man in a vacant unit, their investigation unearths a ruthless criminal operation that’s bigger than they could have ever imagined.