Thu, May 28
This intriguing work of historical fiction is set in 1967 Los Angeles, where decorated World War II vet and homicide detective Sam Hodiak (David Duchovny) comes into generational conflict with his young new partner Brian Shafe (Grey Damon). The two are looking for Emma (Emma Dumont), the missing 16-year-old daughter of Hodiak’s old girlfriend. It turns out Emma has fallen in with a small but growing band of drifters under the sway of a career criminal who now dreams of being a rock star: Charles Manson (Gethin Anthony). The series begins with a two-hour premiere tonight.
Brendon Todd prides himself on his short game but even he couldn't have anticipated how good it would be in the final round of last year's Byron Nelson Championship, which tees off today near Dallas. He made near-impossible shots, including one left-handed and with the back of his club, to shoot a bogey-free Sunday and claim his first PGA Tour win. He returns today to defend his title from a field that includes Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Chad Campbell.
Collecting cookie jars seems like an innocuous hobby, but someone who has practiced it falls prey to a killer in the new episode "The Woman in the Whirlpool." The team investigates others with similar collections in an effort to solve the murder. Personal matters also have an impact, since Brennan (Emily Deschanel) wants Booth (David Boreanaz) to move out because of his gambling, and Aubrey (John Boyd) takes an interest in a "squintern."
It's no mystery to fans of this comedy that the brainy fellows normally do what they choose to, but in "The Space Probe Disintegration," they let the ladies in their lives do the deciding. It's a nice gesture, but it has a big cost since Leonard and Sheldon (Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons) end up at loggerheads with each other over it. Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar and Mayim Bialik also star.