Pilot – Aired: 2014-10-28
Corporate lawyer Nina Whitley has given up a lot in her climb to the top. However, when she’s passed over for a promotion and her former fiancÃ© gets engaged to another woman, Nina has an epic meltdown.
Massacres and Matinees – Aired: 2014-10-15
Elsa takes on performers Dell Toldeo and his wife Desiree Dupree, and puts Dell in charge of the show’s security. Jimmy continues to push for the townspeople to accept him and his fellow freaks, and Dot reveals an unexpected talent that eclipses Bette’s dreams of stardom. Meanwhile, Dandy makes a new friend.
I Feel Sorry For Me – Aired: 2014-10-15
Rayna wants Sadie to sign to her label and entices her with a girls’ day out. Juliette is unable to hide her pregnancy symptoms any longer.
Spirits in the Material World – Aired: 2014-10-15
The friends attempt to help a recently retired couple from declaring bankruptcy in a case that involves the paranormal world.
The Heavenly Fouler – Aired: 2014-10-15
Andre rescues a cat. Pete has to choose between a great prank and a great girl (Anna Camp). Kevin plays basketball with his priest (Jerry O’Connell).
Handicar – Aired: 2014-10-15
Timmy’s successful new car service makes him a lot of enemies.
Series 9, Episode 1 – Aired: 2014-10-15
Vikram Vij and Michael Wekerle join the team of dragons on the panel alongside Arelen DIckinson, Jim Treliving and David Chilton. This week a married couple hope to get a rise from the entrepreneurs, another business owner hopes to get some material to write the next chapter and a major solution soon turns into a minor problem between the Dragons.
Crazy Mom – Aired: 2014-10-15
When Dre takes over “mom” duties, the praise he gets from everyone at the school goes to his head.
Holden’s Manifesto – Aired: 2014-10-15
New York City bike messenger Holden March creates a video diary of his troubles with women. Talk soon escalates to action, and the SVU scrambles to find his manifesto before he commits another violent act. When Rollins and Amaro come face to face with Holden, they find out just how dangerous a desperate man can be. Meanwhile, as Benson balances the respon…