Fri, May 22
They aren't all as famous as Bruce Springsteen -- one of the 2015 honorees -- but individuals and groups are recognized for their support of veterans and families connected to the military in this new special, taped in January at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Nick Jonas, actor and retired USMC Reserve Officer Rob Riggle, jazz-trumpet great Arturo Sandoval and current Miss America Kira Kazantsev are among the participants.
In a new episode called "Clear Eyes, Fae Hearts," Bo and Tamsin (Anna Silk, Rachel Skarsten) go under cover in the world of college football in an attempt to get to the heart of a homicide that might expose the Fae. Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), meanwhile, investigates a murder victim who just won't stay dead. Before these events are resolved, the identities of the new Fae threat are revealed.
The small North Alabama town of Jasper seems to be having an epidemic of weirdness that started when Daniel, called "Patient Zero" by some, first reported being attacked in the nearby woods by something unspeakable. Since then, others have come to report similar attacks, so Daniel sets out with an investigative search party to get some answers in this new special.
As anyone who's seen the series "The Goldbergs" or the movie "Bridesmaids" knows, Wendi McLendon-Covey is a funny lady, so she has the goods to stay on her toes with this show's regulars as the principal guest star in this episode. She joins Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles to engage in improvisational humor, generated by suggestions from the on-site audience. Comedian Jonathan Mangum also appears. Aisha Tyler is the host. Another episode follows.