Wed, February 10
Against the school lawyer’s advice, Leslie (Felicity Huffman) takes it upon herself to welcome Eric (Joey Pollari) back to Leyland with a school-wide display of empathy, but Eric soon discovers that his return does not sit well with some of his fellow basketball team members. Anne (Lili Taylor) opts to take the school to court over what happened to Taylor (Connor Jessup) rather than accept a settlement. Chris (Elvis Nolasco) is vilified when students picket Marshall High School after three Hispanic students are suspended for fighting with a black student who received no punishment at all.
Director of photography Hugo Kitching invested 13 months of his life in the Maligne Valley of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rockies chronicling the struggles of a moose calf in the wild for Susan Fleming's new documentary "Moose: Life of a Twig Eater." Despite that somewhat whimsical title, there's a serious purpose behind this film: In some areas of North America, the moose population is down a shocking 64 per cent and researchers aren't sure why.
While Mike and Frankie (Neil Flynn, Patricia Heaton) try to figure out which appliance is missing a piece of plastic they find, Brick (Atticus Shaffer) channels his inner dictator while directing classmates in a scene for a school project. Elsewhere, Sue (Eden Sher) is irritated when Lexie (guest star Daniela Bobadilla) starts buying stuff for their dorm room without consulting Sue, then expects her to pay half the cost. Charlie McDermott also stars in the new episode "Film, Friends and Fruit Pies."
Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) sign up to be “booth babes” in order to get into a huge gaming convention for free. Once inside, they’re shocked to see that Han’s (Matthew Moy) friend has created video game characters based on them, and they demand compensation in the new episode “And the Booth Babes.”