This dark yet hilarious comedy wraps up Season 14 with a pair of back-to-back new episodes, starting with "A Woman's Right to Chop," which finds Dennis and Frank (Glenn Howerton, Danny DeVito) trying to stop women from doing anything reckless with their hair when a trendy salon opens next door to Paddy's. Then, in an existential finale called "Waiting for Big Mo," Dennis ponders the larger implications of why he and Charlie (Charlie Day) play laser tag.
In the new episode "I Can't Imagine the Future," April (Yaya DaCosta) gets some troubling news that makes her question the likelihood of a happy future with Ethan (Brian Tee). As Dr. Charles and Maggie (Oliver Platt, Marlyne Barrett) both see storm clouds on the horizon, Natalie (Torrey DeVitto) begins to recover her memory from the night of the accident. S. Epatha Merkerson and Nick Gehlfuss also star.
Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) resolves to mute her own impatience with Pop Pop (returning guest star Judd Hirsch) over his endless Thanksgiving demands when she spots a way she may be able to heal the longstanding rift between him and Murray (Jeff Garlin) in the new holiday-themed episode "Angst-Giving." Elsewhere, Barry and Erica (Troy Gentile, Hayley Orrantia) are ready for a home-cooked holiday, but their driver, Uncle Marvin (guest star Dan Fogler), gets everyone hopelessly lost.
A new episode entitled simply "Bears" examines this remarkable family of animals that has captured the human imagination for many years. From the mighty grizzly -- one of the biggest land mammals on the planet -- to the endearing, bamboo-eating panda and the charming spectacled bear (the real-life counterpart of Paddington Bear), these fascinating beasts draw on remarkable adaptations to survive in a world that never stops changing.
In a new episode called "Risky AF," Julia (Brittany Snow) has to make a drastic decision after she discovers that Isaac (Mustafa Elzein) has been covertly working with Leon (Timothy Hutton) for advice on his current patients. Elsewhere, Roxy (Emily Osment) takes her new prot&233;g&233; back to her former gym, where she runs into old adversaries from her days as a gymnast. Tim (Mo McRae) is immediately suspicious when Edie (Megalyn Echikunwoke) misses a family event to "work" all weekend.
While a reluctant Jason (David Boreanaz) is forced to consider undergoing surgery for an injury, the rest of Team Bravo carries out a mission abroad aimed at helping the Secret Service prevent a sniper attack on U.S. dignitaries in the new episode "The Ones You Can't See." Max Thieriot, Neil Brown, A.J. Buckley and Toni Trucks also star.
When Will (Taran Killam) commits to cooking Thanksgiving dinner at Douglas' (Brad Garrett) home, a very reluctant Angie (Leighton Meester) agrees to hang out with Will's current girlfriend, Tracy Freeze (guest star Jama Williamson). To her shock, Angie discovers Tracy is delightful, but also learns she's hiding something from Will, in the new episode "Every Thursday Should Be Like This." Jake Choi, Kimrie Lewis and Tyler Wladis also star.
The fate of humanity is at stake when two races of robots, the good Autobots and the villainous Decepticons, bring their war to Earth. The robots have the ability to change into different mechanical objects as they seek the key to ultimate power. Only a human youth, Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) can save the world from total destruction.
After his son is set upon by a scarecrow that seems to have come alive, farmer Jack Taggart Sr. (Ray Wise) and his son, Jack Taggart Jr. (Luke Edwards), go looking for an explanation. Meanwhile, a bus carrying high-school students breaks down nearby, and a creature known as the Creeper (Jonathan Breck) starts a killing spree. The elder Taggart soon realizes that the killings and the attack on his son are connected, and, after alerting the community to be on guard, he aims to pummel the Creeper.
Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) has an uncanny skill at cutting classes and getting away with it. Intending to make one last duck-out before graduation, Ferris calls in sick, "borrows" a Ferrari, and embarks on a one-day journey through the streets of Chicago. On Ferris trail is high school principal Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), determined to catch him in the act.
As a puppy, Bella finds her way into the arms of Lucas, a young man who gives her a good home. When Bella becomes separated from Lucas, she soon finds herself on an epic 400-mile journey to reunite with her beloved owner. Along the way, the lost but spirited dog touches the lives of an orphaned mountain lion, a down-on-his-luck veteran and some friendly strangers who happen to cross her path.
In what was once North America, the Capitol of Panem maintains its hold on its 12 districts by forcing them each to select a boy and a girl, called Tributes, to compete in a nationally televised event called the Hunger Games. Every citizen must watch as the youths fight to the death until only one remains. District 12 Tribute Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) has little to rely on, other than her hunting skills and sharp instincts, in an arena where she must weigh survival against love.
When Earth falls under attack from invincible aliens, no military unit in the world is able to beat them. Maj. William Cage (Tom Cruise), an officer who has never seen combat, is assigned to a suicide mission. Killed within moments, Cage finds himself thrown into a time loop, in which he relives the same brutal fight -- and his death -- over and over again. However, Cages fighting skills improve with each encore, bringing him and a comrade (Emily Blunt) ever closer to defeating the aliens.
With their beloved Andy preparing to leave for college, Woody (Tom Hanks), Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), Jessie (Joan Cusack), and the rest of the toys find themselves headed for the attic but mistakenly wind up on the curb with the trash. Woodys quick thinking saves the gang, but all but Woody end up being donated to a day-care center. Unfortunately, the uncontrollable kids do not play nice, so Woody and the gang make plans for a great escape.