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1. Friends (1994 TV Series)
Episode: The One with the Proposal: Part 2 (2000)
Richard tells Monica that letting her go was the stupidest thing he's ever done and he wants to marry her and have kids. Monica is getting weary because Chandler is carrying on about not wanting to get married in order to hide his plans to propose. Rachel finds out that Phoebe and Joey have each other as backup, meaning if they're both not married by the age of 40 they'll marry each other. Rachel is very jealous of Monica and wants a backup as well and asks Ross but Phoebe is Ross' backup. Chandler realizes he has to stop messing with Monica and propose already. Monica goes to see Richard and says wants to be with a grown-up but it isn't fair that Richard wants to marry her now and not before. Monica says she will need some time to think things over. Rachel trades Phoebe and Ross is now Rachel's backup. Chandler talks to Richard and Richard tells Chandler to go get Monica and to never let her go. When Chandler gets home Monica has decorated the whole apartment with candles and they propose to each other...
2. Grey's Anatomy (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Save Me (2005)
Meredith grows increasingly dissatisfied with fact that she knows nothing about Derek's life. Meanwhile, Alex treats a patient whose religious beliefs jeopardize her chances for recovery, and Izzie contemplates reconnecting with her estranged mother. Also, a pregnant woman in her 40s who's been diagnosed with cancer disagrees with Cristina's medical advice. And the interns are mystified by a patient who's being treated for seizures and who thinks he's psychic.
3. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Haunted (2009)
Hotch is back at work after 34 days of recuperation from being stabbed by George Foyet aka the Boston Reaper. With Foyet on the loose and Haley and Jack in hidden protective custody, the rest of the team wonder about Hotch's mental state and if he really is ready to return to work, especially as he seems more agitated than ever. Their next case takes them to Louisville, Kentucky where 40-year old long time resident Darrin Call kills three and critically injuries two in a pharmacy rampage. The BAU learn that he has been off his anti-psychotic medication for a month, meaning that he is probably in a delusional state rather than being a murderer per se. And he only started attacking those people who touched him first. As Call's doctor ultimately becomes one of Call's victims and his medical file goes missing from the doctor's office, the BAU have to discover what his psychosis is and to find him before someone touches him again which will probably lead to more deaths. Garcia learns that there are no records for Call prior to age 6, thus the BAU suspect that he is looking for his true identity and the trauma associated with what happened to him in his missing childhood years.
4. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: In the Dark (2017)
The BAU heads to Burlington, Vermont to deal with what looks on the surface to be two unsubs, that surface implication which they believe may be unlikely seeing as to the small 40,000 population of the city. The first unsub is meticulous, leaving none of his own DNA behind at the scene, and shoots hunters in the woods with a single long distance shot through the heart. As it is not hunting season, the team believes the three victims of this first unsub are poachers, something that the M.E., who knew all three, can confirm, he stating that none were considered pillars of the community. The second unsub is haphazard, who stabs his victims to death in nighttime home invasions. The only thing tying the two sets of murders together is that the fatal stab in all three cases thus far have been the one to the heart. The team's initial assumption of there only being one unsub is confirmed when they are able to retrieve some DNA from one of the hunting crime scenes. Lewis comes up with a theory as to the differing natures of the daytime versus nighttime murders, which is supported by evidence at a subsequent crime scene. They ultimately believe that the key to discovering the identity of and capturing the unsub is the targets that he chooses, not the people themselves but the houses in which they live, they believing those houses having some tie to his past. One late arrival to Burlington is Alvez, who, based on information from Garcia regarding her last tearful visit with Reid in prison, believes he has a way to provide unofficial greater protection to Reid. Alvez, however, is unaware of what Reid is willing to sacrifice for the safety of his friend, Luis Delgado.
5. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Spinning Wheel (2015)
The team goes to the scene of a murder and Ducky doesn't show up. Palmer says he left. Gibbs tells him to call him and his phone rings where they are. They find him unconscious. He says someone called him wanting to talk to him about his brother. That's when he reveals he has a younger half-brother whom he hasn't seen in about 40 years and he died shortly after that. It seems like his mother was not a good woman and Ducky was his brother's only positive influence. His mother took him and disappeared. They wonder what they want from Duck. They later discover something that makes them think Ducky's brother is alive. Bishop makes a decision about her marriage.
6. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: The Tie That Binds (2016)
The team investigates the death of a Navy Captain who's under investigation for selling secrets. They go through his things and find an address which turns out to be the house where Ducky and his mother lived before she died. They learn the man went there and was looking for Ducky's mother. Further investigation unearths a name, which Ducky says is the name of the man his mother nearly married 40 years ago. Ducky says when he met the man, he got a bad vibe off him and had him checked out and learned he was not a gentleman. They later learn the Captain hired a private investigator to find the man. They wonder what the Captain wants with the man. But Ducky wonders could it be him because he would be well over a 100 by now if he's still alive. Fornell's daughter tries to get him to leave Gibbs and come home.
7. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: The Truth Is Out There (2004)
The body of a petty officer falls from the ceiling of a men's washroom at a nightclub in the basement of a warehouse in Alexandria, Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, DC; Gibbs and company investigate; Ducky says that someone dressed the victim after he died. The sailor, a storekeeper from NAS Pax River, along with four buddies from the same station, had gone to the nightclub for a wild night. The team puzzle over latex, safety glass, talcum powder, and $40K in cash. Basic footwork and inquisitive thinking eventually produce the connection between a prank and an inheritance. Four musketeers confess, and Kate and Tony seek Chinese food.
8. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie (1992)
During Parent-Teacher Night at school, Ms. Krabappel tells Marge she is troubled by Bart's increasingly demonic behavior. She urges Homer and Marge to be more strict with Bart when it comes to discipline. They try out Krabappel's advice when Bart damages Grampa's dentures in his latest household antics and ground him from supper. Bart realizes he needs to change, but when Homer comes into his room with pizza, he decides he can get away with anything. However, Bart eventually presses his luck. One day when he is asked to watch Maggie, she wanders off and knocks the car in gear, crashing it into Springfield Prison (resulting in a massive jailbreak). This time, Homer decides he needs to be severe with Bart: He can never watch the soon-to-open "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie," a movie that has seen a massive advertising blitz in Springfield. Bart forlornly watches a long line for the movie extend past his house, and as the months pass, he finally realizes he needs to change. Homer tells him that through proper discipline, anything is possible - even Krabappel's earlier remark that Bart could one day become Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. In the closing tag (set 40 years into the future), Homer and Bart watch "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie" at an oldies theater.
9. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: The Dad Who Knew Too Little (2003)
Homer realizes he doesn't know enough about Lisa, so he hires a private detective to learn more about her. This helps with the father-daughter relationship, as Homer knows what she would want to do. However, the detective, Dexter Colt, has charged him $1000, and few of the charges relate to his work (namely, a $40 steak, super-unleaded fuel and silver bullets [the idiot thought Lisa was a werewolf]). Homer, of course, refuses to pay the bill, so Colt breaks into the animal testing lab, and as Lisa is against animal testing, and some of Lisa's belongings are there, the police assume it was her who did it. Can Homer expose Colt and exonerate Lisa before she's jailed?
10. Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Mai ho'oni i ka wai lana mâlie (2015)
The day after Kono and Adam's wedding, the team investigates a murder. It seems like a man was watching some old videotapes and he was killed one of the tapes was taken. They learn that the tape that was taken was an interview nearly 40 years ago of a centenarian who claims to be part of a group of pirates who pillaged the islands in the 1880's. So someone thinks there's a treasure buried somewhere on the islands. And while Kono and Adam are on their honeymoon, they have an unexpected visitor Gabriel who restrains them and wants something from them and will do whatever he has to, to get it.
11. Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Poina 'ole (2015)
When a neurosurgeon is assassinated just before performing surgery, Five-0 uncovers the shocking truth behind the disappearance of four reform school boys 40 years ago. Also, McGarrett's Mercury Marquis is stolen by an unlikely culprit. Daniel Baldwin returns as Paul Delano.
A surgeon is shot just as she's about to enter the hospital. The team investigates and thinks that someone killed to keep her from operating on someone. They learn she was searching some names online. The names are of boys who went missing 40 years ago after being placed in a juvenile detention center. They also learn that one of her patients who died suspiciously was also at the center 40 years ago. So what happened to them and why was she killed. Grover's daughter is still plagued by nightmares of her abduction. Steve's dad's car was stolen and when it's found it's been stripped. Steve wants to find the one who stole it.
12. Family Guy (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Peter's Two Dads (2007)
Peter and Lois upset Meg when they forget that her 17th birthday is a few days away. They hastily plan a birthday party that Meg complains she won't want to be seen at. Peter gets drunk and makes a fool out of himself. Eventually, he dresses up as a hobo clown and attempts to drive a unicycle down a set of stairs, but he is unable to control the unicycle and falls over the banister, landing on top of his father Francis, one of the party guests. Francis is critically injured with multiple injuries; with the family surrounding him, he briefly awakens to tell Peter "You're a fat, stinking drunk!" Francis dies immediately thereafter. Peter is depressed over his father's death and attempts to turn to crack. Eventually, Brian refers Peter to a hypnotherapist, who gets Peter to reveal that Francis is not his biological father. Peter visits Thelma, who admits that he was conceived while she had an affair with an Irishman 40 years earlier and that he (the father) has remained in Ireland. Brian and Peter travel to Ireland in an attempt to find Peter's real father, and do when they encounter a man named Mickey McFinnigan, the town drunk. Mickey refuses at first to believe they are biologically father and son, but Peter challenges Mickey to engage in a beer drinking contest to persuade him otherwise. Peter wins the duel, and Mickey realizes that he must be his son "because only a member of my family could beat me at drinking." The two celebrate their newfound relationship. In the subplot, Lois disciplines Stewie when he persists in his highly possessive misbehavior. But rather than get the hint, Stewie discovers that he is sadomasochist and - after realizing that Lois is being apologetic for her actions - deliberately misbehaves so that his mother can hit him again and again. He eventually decides that his demands are too creepy and stops.
13. That '70s Show (1998 TV Series)
Episode: The Best Christmas Ever (1998)
To Kitty and Laura's dismay, Red decides to allow Eric to throw his own basement gang Christmas party rather then mope around with the family, provided he finances it by haggling on $40 for the Christmas tree, so the boys maximize that beer budget by cutting a tree themselves besides the state road. Bob gets Red to mind the store on Christmas eve, when nothing else is open; his only client is Kelso, who fears being the only one without a present for Jackie, even Hyde asked Mitch's advice about something for Donna. In Michael's absence some silly girls are all over Kitty's punch and- Fez. Of course the worst is still to come knocking...
14. Younger (2015 TV Series)
Follows 40-year-old Liza (Foster), a suddenly single mother who tries to get back into the working world, only to find out it's nearly impossible to start at the bottom at her age. When a chance encounter with a 20-something guy at a bar convinces her she looks younger than she is, Liza tries to pass herself off as 26 -- with the help of a makeover, courtesy of her best friend Maggie (Mazar). Armed with new confidence, she lands a job as an assistant to the temperamental Diana (Shor) and teams up with her new co-worker and fellow 20-something Kelsey (Duff) to make it in the career of her dreams.
15. Younger (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Pilot (2015)
After raising her kid, Liza Miller finds a 40 year old is an unemployable laughing stock for the tweens in charge, her editing experience being considered hopelessly outdated in the the ITC age. A friend inspires her to try lying about her age after a rejuvenating makeover, and she gets hired as PA to a dragon. Dating also is easier, yet she doesn't respond even when catching rising hotties Josh and Thad Steadman's eye. She learns the hard way how traitorous office politics have become.
16. Mad Men (2007 TV Series)
Episode: A Little Kiss, Part 1 (2012)
Don Draper and Megan are now married. She's still working at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, in the creative department under Peggy Olson. She decides to throw a surprise party for Don's 40th birthday but he is aghast and hates it. Everyone except Don seems to have had a good time and the newlyweds have a serious argument about it. For his part, Roger is concerned about his standing in the firm since the loss of the Lucky Strike account. He makes a point of dropping in on Pete's meetings with clients. Joan Harris has given birth to a baby boy and has taken some time off from work. Her mother is visiting to help out but Joan is exhausted from lack of sleep. Peggy's makes her pitch to Heinz on a new campaign for baked beans. It doesn't go very well.
17. Mad Men (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Color Blue (2009)
The 40th anniversary party for Sterling Cooper is approaching, but not many seem to be excited about it. Bertram, who does not feel the need to reminisce, is not planning to attend. And Roger doesn't want to see more praise stowed upon Don, which is supposed to happen at the party. But the Brits at head office want the party to be a success, if only to carry out their clandestine plan. With others in the office, Paul is feeling threatened by Peggy, who he sees as Don's favorite. Paul however comes up with what he believes is a brilliant idea for a campaign, if only he can remember what that idea is. And Lane is feeling pressured by his wife Rebecca, who hates living in New York. At the Draper household, Betty is keeping her distance from Henry Francis, but Don is continuing his affair with Suzanne Farrell. Being the private person that he is, he wants no one to know about it, even Suzanne's epileptic brother Danny, who she wants Don to know. But Betty stumbles across something Don left in his pocket, which may end up exposing more to her than he wants.
With Sterling Coopers' 40th anniversary of its founding on the horizon, Don is told to prepare a speech for the occasion. He's still having an affair with Suzanne Farrell and telling Betty he's working late on the Hilton account. Betty finally finds a key to the desk drawer that Don always keeps locked and finds his shoebox with photos and the documents, not to mention the secrets, he's kept hidden from her. Paul sees Peggy Olson as a threat when she always seems to come up with the right idea at the right moment. He pulls an all-night'er on an account they've been assigned but he fails to jot down a brilliant idea and draws a blank the next morning. Peggy saves the day yet again. Lane Pryce gets a call from London with news that will affect everyone in the firm.
18. Poldark (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #2.3 (2016)
Ross's enjoyment of his regained freedom is cut short since he needs capital to invest in the mine. The shareholders of Wheal Leisure approve this, despite George's spy Tankard being bought in. Ross and Demelza must sell off nearly all their home's content to settle the annual 40% interest on his £1000 loan. Francis is a reformed man, regaining his joy in life with his son and farm, and even decides to reenter mining and to make up with Ross. Dwayne finds clueless MP Unwin Trevaunance's wife dead-set on being treated by him, for a staged crisis. Jed brags about his testimony clearing Ross, but the overzealous thug instructed to punish his failure to deliver on his false accusation bribe overdoes it, so he's found for dead, yet 'resurrects' while his wife and guests enjoys his lavish funeral.
19. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Boneless Bride in the River (2007)
A trunk, which was submersed for about eight days in a brook, contains a female body, which was boiled, had all bones removed and was sewn up again. Bones resumes her holiday, 'no bones, no Bones', boating with Sully who considers moving onto it permanently. Hair and a genetic disease indicate an Asian, about 20, immigrated- identified through the Homeland Security database as Li Ling Fan, on a fiancée visum, but her partner, Drew Harper, a fence specializing in Asian objects, says they mutually called off the wedding a month ago and escapes. Booth gets Bones who finds sinologist Professor Shi Jon Chen, who introduces them to old Mai Zhang, whose 40 year-old son is a candidate for minghun, an old Chinese tradition for bachelors of reburial with the bones of a posthumous 'bride'... Sully decides to buy the yacht, names it Temperance and asks Bones to take a sabbatical to sail a year with him in the Caribbean, even Booth advises to accept...
20. Kidnap (2017)
In the US, a child goes missing every 40 seconds. You never think it will happen to you. Until it does. Alone and scared, Karla Dyson (Halle Berry) is unwilling to leave the fate of her son's life in someone else's hands. When she catches a glimpse of the abductors speeding away, she decides to fight back. In a heart pounding race against time, Kate begins a high speed pursuit and will stop at nothing to save her son's life.
21. Nashville (2012 TV Series)
Set against the backdrop of the Nashville music scene, the new drama revolves around a 40-year-old superstar Rayna Jaymes, whose star begins fading. She is forced to team up with Juliette Barnes on tour in order to maintain her label's support for her latest record, whose sales have been underwhelming.
22. The Sopranos (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Luxury Lounge (2006)
Artie Bucco is having trouble with his restaurant. His sales are down 40% from the previous year and many of his regular customers have found a new Italian restaurant that is more to their liking. Thinks get worse when investigators from Amex arrive to tell him that credit card numbers are being stolen from the restaurant. When he learns that it's one of Christopher's crew who is involved, it leads to a fight and requires Tony's intervention. Tony blames the whole situation on Christopher who is off to Los Angeles with Carmine Lupertazzi Jr. to see if they can interest qv##nm0001426## in starring in their movie. It's pretty apparent that he's not interested but Christopher doesn't get the signals. Christopher is amazed at the swag stars receive and is almost desperate to some of his own. qv##nm0000002## proves to be the source, though not in a conventional way.
23. The Sopranos (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Calling All Cars (2002)
Tony's been having strange dreams of late but isn't happy with Dr. Melfi's inexact interpretations. He's on the verge of quitting therapy, or so he says. Bobby Bacala is still grieving for his late wife but that doesn't mean Janice has given up her pursuit. She manipulates him quite easily. New York mobsters Carmine Lupertazzi and Johnny Sack want a 40% cut of Tony's HUD scam. Johnny sounds out Paulie on where his loyalties lie should Tony be replaced. They also tell Tony's appraiser that he's working for them now. For his part, Tony decides to approach Carmine Jr. to see if he they could make a deal. Tony makes it clear that he's prepared to go to war if necessary. Uncle Junior is worried about his upcoming competency hearing. AJ scares Bobby's kids when he takes out the Ouija board after dinner and then decides to hold a séance.
24. The Sopranos (1999 TV Series)
Episode: A Hit Is a Hit (1999)
Christopher's girlfriend Adriana sees herself having a career in the music industry so a chance meeting with rap star Massive Genius seems to be the opportunity she's been looking for. Christopher is supportive but Genius has other goals in mind: he's out to get money from Hesh who he feels cheated an black artist 40 years ago and he definitely wants to get into Adriana's pants. Adriana has her eye on a group that she thinks is bound for stardom but no one else seems to agree. Tony meanwhile decides he wants to expand his circle of friends and focuses on his next door neighbor, Dr. Cusamano. The experience doesn't prove as interesting as he might have thought.
25. Gilmore Girls (2000 TV Series)
Episode: But Not as Cute as Pushkin (2004)
Rory is asked to host a Chilton student for a few days at Yale, but the student is more interested in her freedoms than the responsibilities that go with them. Lorelai learns about Luke's dark day, which happens to fall on the same day as Miss Patty's 40th anniversary party. Logan works his way into Rory's life, prompting her and Richard to pull a little prank of their own.
26. Midsomer Murders (1997 TV Series)
Episode: The Animal Within (2007)
Faith Alexander travels to Midsomer Deverell to visit her uncle Rex Masters, whom she has not seen in 40 years and learns that he is missing. She also learns that he had told everyone that she and her entire family had been killed in a plane crash the year before. When Rex's body is fished out of the nearby river, Chief Inspector Barmaby and DS Jones investigate if it was murder or possibly suicide. Faith believed that she would inherit Rex's estate based on a will he had drawn up some 4 years earlier. Soon however, it's learned that Rex was apt to change his will as it suited him with Miles King the gardener, Eileen Carnack the housekeeper and Janet Bailey the cleaner all in possession of a will leaving them the entire estate. While only the most recent version is legally binding, it does mean that several people thought they had something to gain by Rex's death. As well, Rex had quite a reputation as a free spirit so it may not only be those with a will who wanted him dead. There will be two other murders however before Barnaby puts it all together.
27. Midsomer Murders (1997 TV Series)
Episode: The Electric Vendetta (2001)
While the some of the residents of Midsomer Parva have a particular interest in the appearance of crop circles, the police have a definite interest when the bodies of naked men start appearing in them. Local UFOlogist Lloyd Kirby preaches that extra-terrestrials are at work, but Barnaby looks to more earthly explanations. The first victim, Ronnie Stokes, was a criminal with several serious convictions for assault while the second, Eddie Field, was a local burglar who had only just been released from prison and who may have committed another burglary the night of his death. Both men were electrocuted and were killed elsewhere, with their bodies moved to the crop circles. When a third man is electrocuted, Barnaby must learn of a complex series of events and inter-relationships, some from 40 years previously when two men loved the same woman, to solve the crimes.
28. Blue Bloods (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Sins of the Father (2015)
Danny is investigating a murder committed by someone wearing a mask. When he discovers the person has killed again, he learns that both victims have ties to the adult film industry. They talk to their boss who tells Danny that a girl who tried to join the industry committed suicide and her family blames the industry for her death. Frank attends the promotion ceremony of various officers and when he meets the father of one of them, he can't help but think the man is familiar so he detains him and learns he's a man who's wanted for killing a cop almost 40 years ago. And Henry was the one who initially investigated and then passed it to Frank who then passed it to Danny. The man denies killing the cop. But they decide to press charges and when Henry talks to Erin, he mixes up details which makes Erin want to plead the case out which Frank doesn't want to. Jamie and Jenko arrest a man who struck a girl with his car. He confesses to hitting the girl. But Jenko finds a witness who says the man was not driving. When Jenko talks to him, he denies it and the detective in charge refuses to entertain her suspicions.
29. Blue Bloods (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Down the Rabbit Hole (2016)
Frank is entertaining some people from Ireland which includes the President and some high ranking policemen. Sid then bursts in to inform Frank that the body of a girl is found in Nassau County and the mo appears to be of serial killer, Thomas Wilder. Danny goes there despite it being out of his jurisdiction and butts heads with an FBI agent who's a profiler. The agent tries to advise Danny on what to do if he wants Wilder but everything he does only antagonizes Wilder to the point of going after someone in his family. Erin's approached by one of the cops from Ireland who tells her he lived in New York about 40 years ago and moved to Ireland after his father was killed in a shoot out. He asks her to find what she can about it. She learns his father was a criminal and that he didn't die in the shootout; he survived and would be sent to prison where he's been all this time. So she wonders if she should tell him about his father or not.
30. Archer (2009 TV Series)
Episode: White Nights (2011)
A Finnish sky-diving enthusiast hits Ray in the eye and steals his mission (Dukes!) Ray will be unconscious for an hour...does he not know how BAD that is for him? Ray reports back to ISIS where the general discussion turns to a steamy, 40-year affair between Malory and Nikolai Jakov. Malory thought her affair was secret...then, she remembers Pam. But, Pam isn't fazed; apparently, there is this new thing the kids are doing called shuttin' the damned door. If Malory wants both whipped creme and privacy, she had better get "with it." The gang learns Archer is at the dreaded Lubyanka Prison; Nikolai threatens all sorts of pain if Archer does not pass his test. For $250,000 and other valuable consideration, Barry Dylan agrees to infiltrate the KGB. Barry might not be a lawyer but he understands "assumption of the risk," as all previous missions with Archer have cost him the figurative arm and leg. Archer and Barry "hang around" Russia with KGB in lukewarm pursuit. When one of them goes dumpster diving and the other is trapped in an elevator, the entire mission is looking lose-lose. KGB hottie, Katya Kazanova, wants to go to America. Can Katya use her assets to extract an asset and save his ass? Is Nikolai a 'baby daddy'? Is there anyone at ISIS (or KGB) who does NOT know about the infamous whipped creme incident?
31. Archer (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Legs (2013)
After the space crash, Ray is paralyzed. For Fourth of Juluau, Ray was confined to his wheelchair. Now, Ray cannot go with Archer, Lana and Cyril to Rome on the Morelli caper. As Malory and Ron Cadillac prepare to leave on a cruise, the trio goes to the armory to get their gear for Rome. Krieger offers Ray a pair of bionic legs. Ray freaks out and a battle of science v. religion ensues. Krieger drugs coffee and Pam readies to assist (while slamming 40 oz. brews). Carol/Cheryl obtains medical supplies from Rodney and spills the news about Krieger making Ray into a "stupid cyborg." It is Archer's turn to freak. He hits the armory with his rocket launcher; Lana runs toward the explosion. Archer cannot reach Ray in time to save the human race from the rise of the machines, so he crawls into the ceiling duct work. There are several enlightening flashbacks. And Lana really turns up the heat. Will the Micromanager ever learn not to obsess? Can Lana make it hot enough to extract Archer? And, if Krieger gives Ray legs...will Ray know how to use them?
32. The Fosters (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Lucky (2015)
Amid tensions in their own relationship, Stef and Lena host a 40th anniversary party for Lena's parents. Callie faces the judge who will determine the consequences of her actions, all while holding a secret that could change everything. Meanwhile, Mariana decides that she must find a way to repair her relationship with Mat.
33. House M.D. (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Fidelity (2004)
Loving hunky husband Ed Snow brings in Elise, who slapped him for pushing her to get up after three days in bed and admits she's out of control. Her hallucinations are just a side-effect of what works out must be a rare, hidden brain tumor or African sleeping disease, but either therapy is extremely dangerous. Samantha Campbell visits House's clinic with poisoning symptoms and fabulous breast implants 'for her husband's 40th birthday', but House elaborates his own theory... All possible causes for the African bug are excluded, except one: either spouse could catch it from adultery; when she reacts badly to the other therapy after both deny being a risk factor, Ed must decide whether to have her treated for it, and shows surprising instincts...
34. House M.D. (2004 TV Series)
Episode: Brave Heart (2009)
The team takes on the case of a reckless police detective who has a family history of sudden heart failure that killed his father, grandfather and great-grandfather all at age 40. Though House is not keen on diagnosing the patient without any detectable symptoms, the team, urged by Cameron, attempts to identify his condition so the detective can live without fear of dying young. Meanwhile, Chase is haunted by his actions in the Dibala case, and House confronts some ghosts of his own.
35. Legends of Tomorrow (2016 TV Series)
Episode: Pilot, Part 1 (2016)
Ray Palmer, Martin Stein, Jax Jackson, Sara Lance, Carter Hall, Kendra Saunders, Mick Rory and Leonard Snart are knocked out and they all wake up together and a man who calls himself Rip Hunter says he's from the future. he needs their help to stop Vandal Savage from destroying the world. Carter says they already took care of him but Hunter says Savage can be restored. He gives them a day to decide if they will join him. They all show up and Hunter takes them 40 years into the past so that they could meet a man who's been studying Vandal Savage. When he sees Carter and Kendra, he recognizes them. He tells them all he knows about Savage. That's when a sentry who is stalking Hunter shows up. It seems like Hunter didn't really tell them the whole story.
36. Smallville (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Precipice (2003)
When Lana is assaulted by three drunken customers at The Talon, Clark defends her and ends up throwing the main antagonist onto the new Sheriff's car. The new uptight Smallville sheriff, Nancy Adams, arrests Clark for assault and battery but later dismisses the charges and gives Clark 40 hours of community service instead. Andrew Connors, the man that Clark threw onto the Sheriff's car, fakes a serious injury and attempts to sue the Kents. With the abrasive Sheriff Adams unwilling to help Clark and his family, Lana decides to help Clark expose Connors as a phony. Meanwhile, Helen is stalked by her ex-boyfriend, Paul Hayden. When Paul attacks and nearly kills Helen, a vengeful Lex teams up with Clark to track down Paul to the train station before he can skip town.
37. Smallville (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Relic (2003)
Lana Lang visits a sick, elderly man who has been in prison for more than 40 years for allegedly killing his beloved wife. He shows a picture of a suspect who resembles Clark Kent in an old newspaper to Lana. Clark Kent, after seeing a Kryptonian symbol on a necklace of the suspect, believes that the young stranger was, in fact, Jor-El. After being "downloaded" with the memories of Jor-El from the same symbol in the caves, Clark is slowly able to piece together the events of the past whenever he touches an object with a connection which leads him to the truth regarding who the true killer was.
38. Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987 TV Series)
Episode: Too Short a Season (1988)
The Enterprise travels to the planet Persephone 5 to collect Admiral Mark Jamieson and transport him to Mordan IV to again lead a hostage negotiation on the planet where he had achieved a successful negotiation 40 years before. The Admiral makes it quite clear that he is in command the mission, but not the ship. En route, Jamieson, who is quite elderly and suffering from the incurable Iverson's disease, takes an alien rejuvenation drug that makes him younger. It soon becomes apparent that the hostages are being held by the planet's ruler, Karnas, not a terrorist group as he had claimed. When it also come to light that Jamieson's success was not brought about in the manner recorded in Federation history books, it becomes clear that it is the Admiral himself Karnas is after.
39. Law & Order (1990 TV Series)
Episode: Terminal (1997)
Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate a shooting incident at a pier just as a party boat - out on the river for a major fund-raising event - dock. Multiple shots were fired and several people were wounded. One died after falling into the water. With little else to go on, the police start looking into the background of each of the victims. Earlier on the Sunday of the cruise, travel agent Susan Beckner had provided tour operator Hank Coburn with 40 airline and he paid her with a check. When the police check Coburn's bank account he had nowhere near the funds required. The DA's office is convinced Coburn is guilty and charge him with second degree murder. It all becomes complicated when the Governor of New York insists that Coburn be tried for first degree murder. When Adam Schiff refuses, the case is taken away from his office. While Schiff and McCoy challenge the Governor's authority in court, Jamie Ross finds herself trying to get the conviction.
40. Law & Order (1990 TV Series)
Episode: The Working Stiff (1992)
Detectives Cerreta and Logan investigate the shooting death of Marshall McFadden, a merger and acquisitions expert worth hundreds of million. He was found sitting at his desk at his office and the gun was left at the scene. He may have had many enemies given that he often bought companies only to break them up for resale and closing unprofitable units. Their first suspect is Simon Vilanis who, after working for 40 years, lost his pension, health care and even his place to live after McFadden bought out the company he worked for. Simon's gun was used in the shooting but it's quickly apparent that someone had taken his gun to commit the crime. They then learn that just as McFadden was to be indicted, the Justice Department unit investigating was shut down. There were ties between McFadden and a major bank, one that was run by DA Adam Schiff's good friend Dwight Corcoran. Adam wants Corcoran to pay the full price for what he's done.
41. Law & Order (1990 TV Series)
Episode: Survivor (1996)
Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of Steven Campbell, a dealer in rare coins and antiques who is found bludgeoned to death in his store. Some relatively low value coins were taken but if it was a robbery, the thief left far more valuable coins on the shelves. Also missing are 40 Greek and Roman coins belonging to the victim's good friend, Richard Peterson. The detectives work on the premise that Campbell knew the killer as he let the person into the store after hours. It turns out Campbell was having financial difficulties and they suspect Peterson but it appears that someone was after Peterson claiming the missing coins belonged to them. It leads the to arrest of Judith Sandler whose father, a Holocaust survivor, once owned those coins. As the DA's office delves deeper into the case, a question arises as to whether Peterson ever owned the missing coins.
42. The X-Files (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Fearful Symmetry (1995)
Mulder and Scully investigate strange occurrences when an invisible forces seems to wreck the downtown of Fairfield, Idaho and an elephant from the local zoo is found lying on the highway some 40 miles away. No one at the zoo can figure out how the elephant got out of its locked enclosure and animal rights activists have been active in condemning the way the zoo treats its animals. It's not the first time animals have escaped or disappeared from the Fairfield Zoo but when an animal activist is mauled by an invisible tiger, they're dealing with something no one has encountered. When Scully determines that the elephant and the tiger had been pregnant leading Mulder to believes that the animals are perhaps being abducted by aliens.
43. Star Trek: Voyager (1995 TV Series)
Episode: Prime Factors (1995)
Voyager makes friends with the Sikaris, a hospitable race who values stories and literature from other races. When Janeway realizes the Sikaris have the ability to 'fold' space, instantly transporting people 40,000 light years, she is desperate for the technology, but the Sikaris law forbids it. Several Maquis on Voyager refuse to give up on this chance to get over halfway home and try to make a covert trade.
44. ER (1994 TV Series)
Episode: 24 Hours (1994)
In the introductory episode to the long-running series, the doctors, nurses and students at County General Hospital Emergency Room are introduced. Dr. Mark Greene is the Chief Resident and, like other residents, works long hours in a highly stressful environment. He has difficulty balancing his work and home life and his wife, Jenn, a law student, urges him to take a better paying job in private practice that will result in a more balanced lifestyle. Mark, however, realizes that he loves his work too much to join a quiet practice. Doug Ross is the ER pediatrician, and something of a ladies' man who is prone to drink on his days off. During his shift he has to deal with a severely beaten baby. Dr. Susan Lewis has to tell a 40-year old patient that he likely has cancer and only few months to live. Dr. Peter Benton is a brilliant surgical resident who feels restrained by his more senior colleagues. He gets an opportunity to shine, however, when a patient requires immediate surgery and he is the only person available to do it. The staff is shocked when well-liked head nurse Carol Hathaway is brought in after a suicide attempt. Into this mix comes third year medical student John Carter, for whom everything is a new experience.
45. ER (1994 TV Series)
Episode: A Bloody Mess (1998)
Dr. David Morgenstern returns after a six-month absence recovering from his heart attack. His new outlook on life however has Kerry Weaver questioning his abilities. Elizabeth Corday decides to start a study on the use of artificial blood in the ER, but the only problem is that she fails to discuss it first with Rocket Romano. Doug Ross decides to apply for an ER attending position. Scott Anspaugh suffers a major relapse. Anna Del Amico is confronted by an irate husband who wants his ill wife to terminate her pregnancy. At the free clinic, Carol Hathaway has to deal with the case of an underage high school student who is sleeping with her 40-year-old teacher. Peter Benton hits a pedestrian with a car but Carter helps him out with an important piece of information.
46. ER (1994 TV Series)
Episode: A Long, Strange Trip (2009)
A usually eventful day or two at the ER includes admittance of an old man who has flashbacks of the hospital ER as it was 40 years before. His caretaker arrives and turns out to be a former ER staff member. Meanwhile a mother dying of cancer is given some tests after the old man indicates he thinks she has been mis-diagnosed. Sam's sister Kelly visits and tries to get Sam to agree to take on the care of their sick mother. A man who has lived most of his life in an iron lung needs an operation and a poor epileptic woman is brought in after shoplifting.
47. The Good Wife (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Unplugged (2010)
The firm is representing Caroline Wilder, the wife of a famous rock star who wants a divorce so he can marry a younger woman. Max Wilder is worth $40 million but is refusing her request for support of $300,000 a year. They're in court when they learn Max is comatose after a motorcycle accident that morning. Under the terms of his will, Caroline is responsible for his estate and not his fiancé. When it turns out Max may have been poisoned, the police suspect Caroline is responsible. At the office meanwhile, rumors are rife that decision day is coming: Will and Diane will make their decision about who stays at the firm, Alicia or Carey.
48. Bob's Burgers (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Hawk & Chick (2015)
Shopping is never dull for Bob with Louise in tow. Bob buys jicama and Louise swears she sees an old film idol, Kojima, from their favorite traveling samurai barber - monster slayer series, "Hawk & Chick." Bob is not sure the man is actually Kojima but Louise reasons Kojima looks 100 and Bob is 80, so she has to be right. The duo goes to the Decency Inn and hears a sad story about Kojima and his daughter, Yuki, who played Chick in the series. Yuki works at Deduction Junction...what's her function? (Hooking up codes, and taxes and refunds.) Yuki is a CPA. The Belchers enlist help from Dominic, from the local theatre, and 40 or more diehard "Hawk & Chick" fans. It is a very poignant episode for two sets of fathers and their daughters. Foreign films can be so tricky: we think they're dubbing Japanese, we think they're dubbing Japanese, we really think so...or is Louise experiencing The Vapors?
49. Bob's Burgers (2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Equestranauts (2014)
A kick in the "Equesticles" to grown men who exudate on My Little Pony, or the Bro-nys, there is a convention to which Tina brings her horse figurine, Corral. Bob bought Corral for Tina's 5th birthday; no one in the family realizes how rare is her edition of Corral. Tina meets Sunpuddle, Horseplay, Pony Danza and Bronconius at the convention, men in their 40's. The latter learns Tina's edition of Corral is 1 of 6 made in the world. Bronconius lies, manipulates and swindles unworldly Tina. The eldest Belcher child is unaware she was cheated until Louise reveals the perfidy. Now, Tina needs her Dad. Can Bob be costumed, groomed and trained in 1 day to take on the king of the hosebags? Will Bob retrieve Tina's little pony?
50. Castle (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Last Call (2010)
East River anglers 'catch' the fresh corpse of dockworker Donald 'Donny' Hayes (40ish), skull smashed with a bottle, but with older buck shot wounds. His identity was assumed by Grant Vyro, who has an alibi and paid $25,000 for Donny's union card, coming from the West Side. Donny quit gamblers anonymous after four years and recently withdrew the contents of his bank account in one check. He used the money to buy from real estate entrepreneur Wilbur Pittorino, alias mob ex-con Billy Pitt, his substitute father's legendary writers pub Old Haunt, outbidding barman Brian Elliott. Its hidden basement office holds buck shot traces after the first of at least two violent rows with pipe-layer 'Pick-up Pete' Mucha. But also traces to prohibition era secrets and treasures.
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