Mon, October 5
Penny (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting) has to face the music with her father (recurring guest star Keith Carradine) in the new episode "The Bachelor Party Corrosion," as others prompt her to tell him she eloped with Leonard (Johnny Galecki). Leonard, meanwhile, is treated to a post-wedding bash in Mexico by his pals ... which turns eventful for the wrong reasons when they get a flat tire. Fixing it turns out to be quite a dilemma for the group. Jim Parsons also stars.
The first part of a visit to Seattle features exactly what this program is known for, rare items bearing the names of people widely known for the disciplines that the objects represent. Seen here: a desk by furniture designer Vladimir Kagan, an inductee of the Interior Designer Hall of Fame; and an 1874 oil painting by Francis A. Silva, who specialized in maritime scenes and highly detailed atmospheres. Mark L. Walberg is the host.
The title "The Blind Auditions Part 5" indicates that the initial phase of the singing competition's season continues in this new episode. Those performing for coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams hope they'll be deemed talented enough to stay on the path to being named the next "Voice." The program's season-to-date will be recapped in Tuesday's "Best of the Blind Auditions" compilation. Carson Daly is the host.
The show ends its second season with "An Egg-Cellent Trick," suggesting it wouldn't be inappropriate to have some bacon around to make a complete dish. Derek Hughes, Reuben Moreland, Suzanne and Jared Kopf are the final illusionists -- for this round, anyway, since the series will be back -- who get the chance to stump Penn & Teller on how they do their tricks. Those who manage that will land a spot in the duo's Las Vegas show. Jonathan Ross is the host.