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Clinton Kelly prepares a no-bake dessert; Rachael makes salad with sliced steak and a Caesar-style dressing; relaxing with the voice from Netflix's "Headspace Guide to Meditation."
Nostradamus prophesied nuclear terror attacks would destroy humankind and decimate the planet. Scholars analyze his horrific predictions to find out when we will face our radioactive apocalypse.
A professional dog walker finds her Afghan hound is beyond even her control, and pulls her over so badly that she has ended up with a broken leg. Graeme Hall comes to her aid, helping her to become more confident in dealing with the determined dog. Other clients include a rescue dog who has been sent back by countless owners and a spaniel who is obsessed with chasing her own shadow.
Eddie Murphy and daughter Bella ("Coming 2 America"); Ellen welcomes an Austin, Texas, couple and the grocery deliverer who stayed with them through the winter storm; The Kid Laroi performs.
In this episode, Stacey meets 75 year-old Bill, who grew up without a father. Born at the end of World War II, Bill's mum fell in love with his dad, who was an African American GI stationed at her local Loughborough airbase. He went back to America at the end of the war and she never heard from him again - the only information Bill has ever had about his father is the name written on his birth certificate. Now Bill wants to know if analysing his DNA might be able to tell him what happened to his dad - and if he has any living relatives in the US.
Returning Champion; Jeff Noblitt / Northridge, California, University Administrator; Michele Friedlander / Encino, California, Family Law Attorney.
When Sloane's name is discovered in Afghanistan at the site of an abandoned bus with a dead driver, Gibbs accompanies her on a trip to find a group of girls who were kidnapped from the bus. Also, McGee, Bishop and Torres track down a hacker who emailed compromising information to the Taliban.
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