Thu, July 30
Andy Daly returns as life reviewer Forrest MacNeil for Season 2 of this quirky comedy. MacNeil is back trying out and reviewing experiences like bare-knuckle brawling, joining the mile high club, leading a cult and more. In this episode, Forrest gets into a fight with a stranger; blackmails his new girlfriend; discovers a new pleasure.
Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Va., is the setting for the next four days as a field including Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler and Tiger Woods tee it up in the Quicken Loans National. The 7,425-yard, par-72 course is built around Lake Manassas and features seven greens on natural peninsulas, including one -- the signature par-3 No. 11 -- that forces the golfer to hit across open water. Rose won this tournament a year ago in a playoff with Shawn Stefani.
It's finally wedding day for Cat and Vincent (Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan) -- presumably -- but ongoing concerns about the experiments turning ordinary people into superhumans could derail the nuptials in the new episode "Shotgun Wedding." Though Cat's thoughts wander back to the case, JT and Tess (Austin Basis, Nina Lisandrello) try to help Vincent keep her focused on getting to the moment of saying, "I do." Heather (Nicole Gale Anderson) also worries.
A husband, father and firefighter also sets out to prove himself a cook of merit as the Georgia man pits his kitchen skills against those of pros -- including celebrated chef Lorena Garcia -- in the new episode "Fighting Fire With Food." After the hour's initial stages pit him against five experts, he faces off against Garcia ... and if he triumphs over all of them, a prize of $100,000 will be his. Adam Richman is the host.