Will looks forward to an age when anti-immigrant rioting is long-gone. As it happens, Will's newest play The Merchant of Venice is also about an oppressed outsider - but who will play the character Shylock?
Follows the antics of foul-tempered and wildly eccentric bookshop owner Bernard Black, his long-haired equally long-suffering assistant Manny and his best and possibly only friend - Fran.
Eleanor faces her toughest test yet in her attempt to remain in hiding. Meanwhile, Michael enlists Tahani to help a fellow neighbour fulfil her true purpose.
Eleanor's eagerness to learn ethics from Chidi becomes the full-time job he never wanted. Meanwhile, Michael and Janet focus their attention on a neighbourhood emergency.
A fast-talking lawyer and habitual liar discovers that he is unable to tell a lie or withhold the truth about anything for 24 hours after his son makes a birthday wish that comes true.
During a particularly harrowing sex ed module, Melissa and Benjamin excitedly scheme to get into a Year 12 party where there'll be booze and - more importantly for Melissa - boys. Despite his reservations, Benjamin tries to sweet-talk Jenny and Danny into letting him go, but encounters a Jenny-shaped roadblock in his way, insisting Benjamin is still too young for Aussie teen parties where drinking and fingering is abundant.
When Jenny rear-ends the car of a fellow parent at the school drop-off, she expects there'll be hell to pay. Instead, Jenny is pleasantly surprised to discover the driver is handsome, confident, manly, and would like her number - not for insurance purposes. At school, Benjamin has a huffy encounter with Simmo who now has his sights set on making Benjamin's school life a living misery.
Greene hits on an ingenious way to destroy Will's reputation, excluding him from his high-brow literary set. The players need another hit, and as luck would have it, Will has an idea for a comedy.
Manny becomes sick and tired of Bernard bossing him around and decides to walk out.
Jack, a husband and father, loses his job as an engineer at the auto manufacturing plant. After struggling to find another job, his wife lands a high paying position at an advertising agency. While she goes to the office each day, he stays home to take care of the house and the children. As she is climbing the ladder of success at work, he puts great effort into becoming a hopelessly inept househusband.
Thanks to some kind of error, Eleanor Shellstrop enters the afterlife and is sent to the Good Place - which is definitely not where she belongs. She's determined to shed her bad habits and discover the awesome person within.
Eleanor tries to prove to Chidi that she is worthy of his help. Meanwhile, Tahani and Jianyu try to help Michael feel better about the unknown flaw in his Neighbourhood.
Chidi begins formally teaching Eleanor about ethics, and lesson No.1 is: be kind to your neighbour. Michael and Janet help Chidi find a new, exciting hobby.
Will is just finishing A Midsummer Night's Dream, a tale of love potions, enchantment and a wood full of fairies. He's pleased with how realistic it is as he based it on his own experience, but is it lacking a little comedy?
General Rancor is threatening to destroy the world with a missile he is hiding at his secret base. But to complete his goal, he needs a special computer chip, invented by the scientist Professor Ukrinsky. It's up to agent WD-40, Dick Steele (Leslie Nielsen), must save the world.
A freewheeling Detroit cop pursuing a murder investigation finds himself dealing with the very different culture of Beverly Hills.
Two friends, one week, six restaurants and the journey of a lifetime! After Steve is commissioned by The Observer to review half a dozen restaurants, he decides to plan a trip around the North of England with his food-loving American girlfriend. But when she decides to leave him and return to the US, Steve is faced with a week of meals for one. Reluctantly, he calls Rob, the only person left he can think of who will be available on short notice. Over the course of six meals at six different restaurants in and around the Lake District, Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, the brilliant comic duo freestyle with flair, driving each other mad with constant competition, all the while riffing hilarious impressions of iconic actors including Michael Caine, Sean Connery and Al Pacino.
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