Queer As Folk Cast List

Nathan, Stuart and Vince

UK Cast List

Stuart Jones – Aidan Gillen
Vince Tyler – Craig Kelly
Nathan Maloney – Charlie Hunnam
Hazel Tyler – Denise Black
Bernard Thomas – Andy Devine
Romey Sullivan – Esther Hall
Janice Maloney – Caroline O’Neill
Sandra Docherty – Alison Burrows
Donna Clarke – Carla Henry
Rosalie Cotter – Caroline Pegg
Baby Alfred – Alfie Robinson
Alexander Perry – Antony Cotton
Lisa Levene – Saira Todd
Christian Hobbs – Ben Maguire

Brian and Justin

U.S. Cast List

Brian Kinney – Gale Harold
Michael Novotny – Hal Sparks
Justin Taylor – Randy Harrison
Emmett Honeycutt – Peter Paige
Ted Schmidt – Scott Lowell
Lindsay Peterson – Thea Gill
Melanie Marcus – Michelle Clunie
Debbie Novotny – Sharon Gless
Professor Ben Bruckner – Robert Gant
Jennifer Taylor – Sherry Miller
Vic Grassi – Jack Wetherall
James ‘Hunter’ Montgomery – Harris Allan
Detective Carl Horvath – Peter MacNeill
Daphne Chanders – Makyla Smith
Cynthia – Stephanie Moore
Gus Peterson-Marcus – Logan Hoover / Kegan Hoover
Dr. David Cameron – Chris Potter
Blake Wyzecki – Dean Armstrong
Tracy – Lindsey Connell
Christopher Mark Hobbs – Alec McClure
Ethan Gold – Fab Filippo
Gardner Vance – Carlo Rota
Rodney – Gary Brennan
Drew Boyd – Matt Battaglia
Police Chief Stockwell – David Gianopoulos
Passerby – Diane Higgins

Queer As Folk 2022 cast

U.S. Reboot (2022)

Mingus – Fin Argus
Shar – CG
Ruthie O’Neil – Jesse James Keitel
Julian Beaumont – Ryan O’Connell
Noah Hernandez – Johnny Sibilly
Brodie Beaumont – Devin Way
Brenda Beaumont – Kim Cattrall
Marvin – Eric Graise
Bussey – Armand Fields
Daddius Miller – Chris Renfro
Judy – Juliette Lewis
Jake – Brandon Gilpin
Jack Cole Jordan – Benito Skinner
Ali – Sachin Bhatt
Mina – Delish Da Goodness
Winston Beaumont – Ed Begley Jr.
Laveau Contraire – herself

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Mr. Hankey’s favorite episodes…

SEASON ONE

1 1-01 August 13, 1997 “Cartman Gets an Anal Probe” Cartman is visited repeatedly by aliens, who also take Ike.
2 1-02 August 20, 1997 “Weight Gain 4000” Kathie Lee visits to give Cartman an award, so he beefs up for TV.
3 1-03 August 27, 1997 “Volcano” While the gang are out hunting with Ned and Jimbo, avolcano starts to erupt.
4 1-04 September 3, 1997 “Big Gay Al’s Big Gay Boat Ride” When Stan finds out his dog is gay, he tries to change him; meanwhile, Chef wants Stan’s attention focused on the big football game.
5 1-05 September 10, 1997 “An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig” For a school project, the boys try to make a pig and an elephant mate; meanwhile, a giant clone of Stan wrecks the town.
106 Death Stan;s grandfather begs him to kill him, so Death visits; meanwhile, the town’s parents visit Washington DC to protest Terrence and Philip.
6 1-06 September 17, 1997 “Death”
7 1-07 October 29, 1997 “Pinkeye” (Halloween Special) The townspeople turn into zombies while the boys try to have fun trick-or-treating.
8 1-08 November 19, 1997 “Starvin’ Marvin” (Thanksgiving Special) The boys order a watch but instead get an Ethiopian boy; meanwhile, raging turkeys terrorize the town.
9 1-09 December 17, 1997 “Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo” (Christmas Special) Kyle, a Jew, feels left out at Christmas.
10 1-10 February 4, 1998 “Damien” (Cartman’s Birthday) The new boy in school tries to fit in while his father the devil gets ready to fight Jesus in the ring.
11 1-11 February 11, 1998 “Tom’s Rhinoplasty” (Valentine’s Day) Wendy is upset when Mr. Garrison leaves his job after getting plastic surgery and is replaced by an attractive substitute teacher.
12 1-12 February 18, 1998 “Mecha-Streisand” When the boys find a special triangle, Barbra Streisand schemes to get her hands on it so she can be the most powerful creature in the world.
13 1-13 February 25, 1998 “Cartman’s Mom is a Dirty Slut” Part 1, Cartman tries to find out who his real father is.

SEASON TWO

14 2-01 April 1, 1998 “Terrence and Phillip in Not Without My Anus” (Comedy Central’s April Fools Joke) Terrence and Philip try to save Celine Dion’s child from Saddam Hussein, who tries to take over Canada.
15 2-02 April 22, 1998 “Cartman’s Mom is Still a Dirty Slut” Part 2, Mr. Mackey is fired for losing drugs at school, so he really gets into drugs; meanwhile, Cartman finds out more about his mom than he wanted to.
16 2-03 May 20, 1998 “Chickenlover” Officer Barbrady has to admit he can’t read while someone goes around town screwing chickens.
17 2-04 May 27, 1998 “Ike’s Wee Wee” The boys freak when they find out that Kyle’s family is going to circumcise Ike, and Kyle is annoyed when he finds out that Ike is adopted.
18 2-05 June 3, 1998 “Conjoined Fetus Lady” The boys play dodge ball and go to the championships with Chef, while the townspeople try to make the school nurse feel better about her deformity.
19 2-06 June 10, 1998 “The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri Lanka” The boys help Ned and Jimbo with their TV show, causing Jesus to be more competitive.
20 2-07 November 25, 2001 “City on the Edge of Forever (aka Flashbacks)” The school bus crashes.
21 2-08 June 24, 1998 “Summer Sucks” The townspeople search for ways to make this year’s 4th of July celebration exciting, since fireworks have been outlawed. Meanwhile, Mr. Hand is stolen and Cartman takes swimming lessons.
22 2-09 August 19, 1998 “Chef’s Chocolate Salty Balls” A film festival threatens Mr. Hankey.
23 2-10 August 26, 1998 “Chickenpox” When Kenny gets chickenpox, the parents of the other kids send Stan, Kyle, and Eric over to his house so they can get it “while they’re young”.
24 2-11 September 2, 1998 “Roger Ebert Should Lay Off The Fatty Foods” The children are brainwashed when they take a field trip to the local planetarium; meanwhile, Cartman tries out for a Cheesy Poofs commercial.
25 2-12 September 23, 1998 “Clubhouses” The boys compete to build clubhouses so they can play truth or dare with the girls.
26 2-13 September 30, 1998 “Cow Days” The town celebrates their annual cowdays, but they don’t anticipate that the giant wooden cow is going to affect the local cows in a strange way.
27 2-14 October 7, 1998 “Chef Aid” Chef is sued when he protests that Alanis Morrisette stole his song, so the boys go to celebrities that Chef knew to raise money for his legal fees.
28 2-15 October 28, 1998 “Spooky Fish” Stan’s Aunt Flo brings him a pet fish that kills people; when the kids investigate, they find a doorway to a parallel universe.
29 2-16 December 9, 1998 “Merry Christmas Charlie Manson!” Cartman’s friends join him in Nebraska for his family holiday. Stan goes without permission and Cartman’s uncle busts out of jail with Charles Manson.
30 2-17 December 16, 1998 “Gnomes (aka Underpants Gnomes)” The gang has to work with a jittery Tweek to write a paper for school and end up getting caught in the middle of a town fight against big corporations. All Tweek cares about is the Underpants Gnomes that keep stealing his underpants./td>
31 2-18 January 20, 1999 “Prehistoric Ice Man” Stan and the gang accidentally discover a man frozen from 1996. Mephisto wants to dissect him. Cartman just wants to be like his Australian hero.

SEASON THREE

32 3-01 April 7, 1999 “Rainforest Schmainforest” The boys are forced to take a trip to the rainforest with a dorky children’s choir, but they get lost. Kenny finds love with a girl from the group.
33 3-02 April 14, 1999 “Spontaneous Combustion” Stan’s father is asked by the mayor to find out why South Park residents are suddenly bursting into flames; meanwhile, the boys mix up “erection” with “resurrection” and think they have to crucify Cartman in order to save Kyle’s parents’ marriage.
34 3-03 April 21, 1999 “The Succubus (aka Chef’s Mama)” The Succubus Chef gets engaged to a woman that completely changes him, making the boys think that she might be evil.
35 3-04 June 16, 1999 “Jakovasaurs” The boys go camping and discover a strange species (that sounds and acts like Jar Jar Binks in “Phantom Menace”); the town helps to save the almost-extinct species but then wants to get rid of them because they’re so annoying–all except Cartman.
36 3-05 June 23, 1999 “Tweek vs. Craig” In shop class, the boys try to convince Tweek and Craig to fight each other; meanwhile, their new shop teacher can’t forget his dead fiancé.
July 1, 1999 The South Park Movie: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut The gang goes to the Terrence and Philip movie, “Asses of Fire”, which is full of profanity. The parents and other adults gang together to protest, which results in a World War against Canada, the possible execution of Terrence and Philip, and the coming to earth of gay lovers Satan and Saddam Hussein.
37 3-06 July 7, 1999 “Sexual Harrasment Panda” The school brings in a sexual harrassment panda to teach the children about the subject, but it results in everyone suing each other.
38 3-07 July 14, 1999 “Cat Orgy” Cartman fights Stan’s sister.
39 3-08 July 21, 1999 “Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub” The adults have a millenium party but Stan is stuck with the geeky kids; meanwhile, the ATF thinks the party is a bunch of cultists about to commit suicide.
40 3-09 July 28, 1999 “Jewbilee” Kyle takes Kenny with him and Ike to Jew Scouts camp, where they meet Moses and a bear.
41 3-10 October 27, 1999 “Korn’s Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery” While the gang try to figure out how to scare the 5th graders, the group Korn visits for a Halloween concert.
42 3-11 November 3, 1999 “Chinpokomon” The gang get brainwashed by Japanese toy manufacturers who want to use their toys to take over the US.
43 3-12 November 10, 1999 “Hooked on Monkey Phonics” Two home school kids start to interact with the local kids and learn South Park social skills. Cartman decides he wants to be home-schooled, too.
44 3-13 November 17, 1999 “Starvin’ Marvin in Space!” Starvin’ Marvin rescues his people with the aid of aliens from another galaxy.
45 3-14 November 24, 1999 “The Red Badge of Gayness (aka War)” Cartman the drunken townspeople to take their civil war re-enactment out to the real battlefields so the south can win–and he can make Stan and Kyle his slaves.
46 3-15 December 1, 1999 “Mr. Hankey’s Christmas Classics” Mr. Hankey hosts a musical Christmas special that spoofs many classic Xmas shows, including Frosty the Snowman, Perry Como specials and the 1978 Star Wars Christmas Special. “Christmas in Hell” may be my favorite!
47 3-16 December 29, 1999 “Are You There, God? It’s Me, Jesus” Cartman and the gang think they got their period. Jesus tries to get his father to make a big new year’s appearance.
48 3-17 January 12, 2000 “Worldwide Recorder Concert (aka The Brown Noise)” Mr. Garrison visits his family when the class takes a field trip to Arkansas.

SEASON FOUR

49 4-01 April 5, 2000 “The Tooth Fairy’s Tats 2000” The gang learn that there’s no tooth fairy but get the idea to steal other kid’s tooth fairy money.
50 4-02 April 12, 2000 “Cartman’s Silly Hate Crime 2000” Cartman goes to jail for throwing a rock at Token; will the gang be able to win the big sledding contest against the girls without him?
51 4-03 April 19, 2000 “Timmy! 2000” The new retarded boy, Timmy, is diagnosed with ADD; soon the rest of the boys are, too. Timmy joins a band that pisses off Phil Collins.
52 4-04 April 26, 2000 “Quintuplets 2000”
53 4-05 June 21, 2000 “Cartman Joins NAMBLA” Cartman thinks he’s too mature for his friends so he goes online to find new ones. Kenny tries to stop his parents from having another child.
54 4-06 June 28, 2000 “Cherokee Hair Tampons” Kyle gets a fatal kidney disease so Stan tries to save him. The parents fall for a fake holistic peddler.
55 4-07 July 5, 2000 “Chef Goes Nanners” Chef declares the town’s flag racist. The schoolchildren must decide whether it is or not. Cartman and Wendy share an unexpected attraction.
56 4-08 July 12, 2000 “Something You Can Do With Your Finger (aka Fingerbang)” Cartman decides to start a boy band.
57 4-09 July 19, 2000 “Do The Handicapped Go To Hell?” Satan is dismayed to find that Saddam is back and trying to get back into his life. The boys worry that they will go to Hell.
58 4-10 July 26, 2000 “Probably” Cartman becomes a preacher to the South Park children while Satan tries to decide between his new lover and Saddam.
59 4-11 November 8, 2000 “Fourth Grade” The gang go to the next grade, which they don’t like. Meanwhile, their new teacher tries to track down Mr. Garrison.
60 4-12 November 15, 2000 “Trapper Keepers” A robot from the future wants Cartman’s new trapper keeper.
61 4-13 November 22, 2000 “Helen Keller! The Musical” The kids have to put on a show and want it to be spectacular. Timmy befriends a scrawny turkey.
62 4-14 November 29, 2000 “Pip (aka Great Expectations)”
63 4-15 December 6, 2000 “Fat Camp” Cartman is sent to a fat camp while the other boys get Kenny to eat disgusting things for big money.
64 4-16 December 13, 2000 “The Wacky Molestation Adventure” The kids get their parents sent to jail and take over the town.
65 4-17 December 20, 2000 “A Very Crappy Christmas” The kids try to cheer up Mr. Hankey and then have their own animated special.

SEASON FIVE

66 5-01 June 20, 2001 “It Hits the Fan” A mysterious plague comes to the earth because of the word shit being used too much on television.
67 5-02 June 27, 2001 “Cripple Fight” Big Gay Al gets thrown out of scouts and Timmy fights with another crippled kid that everyone seems to like better.
68 5-03 July 4, 2001 “Super Best Friends” The boys get into a cult run by magician David Blaine. The only ones to stop them from the mass suicide are Super Best Friends: Jesus, Buddha, Moses, et al.
69 5-04 July 11, 2001 “Scott Tenorman Must Die” Cartman has a rivalry with another kid.
70 5-05 July 18, 2001 “Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow” The boys promise to get Terrance and Phillip to appear at Earth Day festivities, but the duo have broken up.
71 5-06 July 25, 2001 “Cartmanland” Cartman inherits one million dollars, and Kyle starts to question whether he should go on living in a world where Cartman is happy.
72 5-07 August 1, 2001 “Proper Condom Use” The adults decide that the 4th graders should learn sex education because they are masturbating dogs for fun, but Mr. Mackey and Ms. Chokesondick are not experienced enough to teach them about it.
73 5-08 August 8, 2001 “Towelie” The boys get a new video game system and get hooked. They meet Towelie, a mascot, and get caught up in a power struggle with secret government agencies.
74 5-09 November 7, 2001 “Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants” The boys send money to Afghanistan and get a box in return, leading the government to investigate. The boys stowaway on a government plane to return the goat and end up fighting with Osama.
75 5-10 November 14, 2001 “How To Eat With Your Butt” Cartman puts Kenny’s face on a milk carton with his own butt as Kenny’s face, but then some butt-faced people appear in town to see if Kenny is their long-lost child, so Cartman laughs so hard that he loses his ability to laugh. Butters keeps getting in trouble for making faces.
76 5-11 November 21, 2001 “The Entity (aka The Ginger Device)” Mr. Garrison decides to build his own transportation device because of horrible airline service and inconvenience. It works great, even if it does require homosexual-like sexual behavior to run it, and it makes him very successful. Kyle’s annoying nerdy cousin comes to visit and drives Kyle crazy, so Kyle tries to get rid of him.
77 5-12 November 28, 2001 “Here Comes The Neighborhood” Token, the rich (black) kid in town, is not happy with being different from the other kids, so he invites other rich people to move there and it becomes like the next Aspen (all of the rich people are black celebrities). The townspeople go up in arms to stop their town from changing and being taken over by the “richers”.
78 5-13 December 5, 2001 “Kenny Dies” Cartman finds a crashed truck with aborted fetuses and figures out a way to sell stem cells to get rich. Stan and Kyle have to deal with the fact that Kenny is going to die from a terminal disease.
79 5-14 December 12, 2001 “Butters’ Very Own Episode” Butters looks forward to his annual anniversary dinner with his parents but ends up accidentally outing his father. He gets lost when his mother tries to drown him in a fit of depression, and he has to find his way back home through some horrible places in the city. Meanwhile, his parents become local celebrities like the Ramseys as people think Butters is just missing and his mother tries to hide what happened by blaming it on “Some Puerto Rican guy”.

SEASON SIX

80 6-01 March 6, 2002 “Jared has Aides” Because of seeing Jared in Subway ads, the boys decide to have Butters lose weight so they can be rich and famous like Jared, so they get sponsored by the local Chinese restaurant. Butters gains weight instead, so his parents ground him. Jared comes to town and shareshis weight loss secret that he has “aides” (meaning personal trainers), shocking everyone who thinks he has AIDS and is advocating it to all.
81 6-02 March 13, 2002 “Asspen” The boys’ parents go on a trip to Aspen where they have to listen to a timeshare sales pitch which ends up taking over their whole vacation. The boys learn to ski and are surrounded by teens from a bad 80’s-style movie where Stan is forced to race against the local tough guy.
82 6-03 March 20, 2002 “Freak Strike” The kids figure out that talk shows like to have people with deformities as guests, so they make Butters look like he’s got testicles on his chin in order to win prize money from the shows. They find there’s a whole group of freaks that make the talk show circuit, and they take Butters in as one of their own and decide to go on strike. When Butters wins the prize, a trip to a Putt-Putt golf course that the other boys can’t benefit from, Cartman goes on a talk show with his mother as an “out of control” child so that he can win, too.
83 6-04 March 27, 2002 “Fun With Veal” The boys visit a ranch and learn that cute baby cows are going to be slaughtered, so they abduct them and hide them in Stan’s room, which results in a hostage situation.
84 6-05 April 3, 2002 “The New Terrance and Phillip Movie Trailer” The kids force themselves to watch a bad kids’ show (where Russell Crowe travels around the world beating people up) in order to see the new trailer for Terrance and Phillip’s movie, but they keep getting interrupted and having to move around town to different TV’s. Chef can’t figure out how to use his new TV and it ends up turning into a robot and walking around town smashing things.
85 6-06 April 10, 2002 “Professor Chaos” The boys decide to fire Butters as their new best friend and hold auditions for another one. Butters decides to become an evil super-villain named Professor Chaos and destroy the world.
86 6-07 June 26, 2002 “The Simpsons Already Did It” Cartman buys sea-men (like sea-monkeys), thinking they will be something cool, and is disappointed in what he gets, so the kids pour them into the teacher’s coffee. She dies, and the news says that semen was found in her stomach, so they think they will be held responsible. They go to the lab where she is being autopsied and steal the semen, then hide it back in Cartman’s fish tank, where it grows into a real civilization. Meanwhile, Professor Chaos still tries to destroy the world but finds that all of his ideas have already been done by The Simpsons.
87 6-08 July 3, 2002 “Red Hot Catholic Love Church” Attendance is down because of the Catholic priest scandals, so Priest Maxi travels to the Vatican for guidance. He finds that all of the priests are pedophiles and ruled by a giant spider. The children are interviewed by counselors to find out if they have been molested, but instead they wonder why someone may want to stick something up their butt. Cartman thinks that maybe people can shove food in their butts and crap out their mouths, so he tries it. Meanwhile, all of the townspeople become atheists and soon they are also following Cartman’s example.
88 6-09 July 10, 2002 “Free Hat” The boys get upset to find out that their favorite movies are being re-released with changes in them, so they try to get a movement going, where they give out free hats to get people to join, but people are more interested in freeing a serial baby-killer named Hat. The boys end up facing the Wrath of Lucas and Spielberg as they try to steal the only original copy of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”.
89 6-10 July 17, 2002 “Bebe’s Boobs Destroy Society” BeBe wants plastic surgery to get her breasts reduced because the boys revert to cavemen whenever Bebe is around and fight, and the girls suddenly have turned on her. The boys almost destroy the town and themselves.
90 6-11 July 24, 2002 “Child Abduction Is Not Funny” News reports scare the parents of the town that their children are not safe from abductors, so they hire the guy who runs City Wok to build a big wall like the one China has. He tries but has to constantly fend off Mongol hordes. The parents send their children away to protect them from each other, so the children are adopted by the Mongolians.
91 6-12 November 6, 2002 “A Ladder to Heaven” The boys try to return a winning ticket to get tons of candy, only to find that Kenny was the one holding the ticket. They break into his house to find it. Cartman makes cocoa from some powder (Kenny’s ashes) and ends up being possessed by the spirit of Kenny. The boys try to build a ladder to heaven so they can ask Kenny where the ticket is. The adults find out about the ladder, it becomes a national focal point for sympathy, and the government uses it as an excuse to start a war with Saddam.
92 6-13 November 13, 2002 “The Return of the Lord of the Rings to the Two Towers” Stan’s parents realize they accidentally put a raunchy porn video into the Lord of the Rings box, which they lent to Butters’ parents. Butters sees some of the video and acts strangely. The other boys get the video and try to take it back to the store before the older kids can get it, playing like they are on a Lord of the Rings-like quest. A very funny takeoff on Lord of the Rings and funny even to those who haven’t seen it!
93 6-14 November 20, 2002 “The Death Camp of Tolerance” Mr. Garrison is sent back to the 4th grade and learns that if he gets fired for being gay, he can sue for a lot of money. So he tries everything he can think of to get in trouble, including inviting “Mr. Slave” to class and inserting a gerbil up his butt. When the children try to complain to the parents, they are sent to a tolerance camp that’s run like a Nazi concentration camp. Meanwhile, the gerbil tries to get out of Mr. Slave and his is a strange subplot.
94 6-15 November 27, 2002 “The Biggest Douche in the Universe” Cartman is dying because of Kenny’s soul, so Chef and the boys take him to see John Edwards. They are disappointed in him except for Kyle, who freaks out at the idea that his grandma is watching him, so he runs off to join Jewleeard. Chef and Mrs. Cartman take Cartman to Scotland so Chef’s folks can use voodoo to get Kenny out, while Stan tries to convince Kyle and other people that Edwards is a fake (just a big douche).
95 6-16 December 4, 2002 “My Future Self ‘n’ Me” Stan’s parents hire an actor, from a corporation that specializes in getting kids off drugs, to pretend to be Stan’s wasted future self. Instead, Stan turns the tables on his parents, with the help of Cartman, who has started a new business to help people wreak revenge. Butters also gets a future self and uses Cartman’s services for his parents.
96 6-17 December 11, 2002 “Red Sleigh Down” Cartman tries to be really good before Christmas so he won’t get on the “naughty” list. He gets the idea to bring Christmas to the children of Iraq, so he enlists Mr. Hankey’s aid, and Mr. Hankey gets the boys in touch with Santa. Santa is shot down over Iraq, so Jesus and the boys must try to save him, and Christmas.

SEASON SEVEN

97 7-01 March 19, 2003 “Cancelled” The boys (including Kenny) have deja vu when an alien satellite dish comes out of Cartman’s ass. They are abducted by aliens and find out that Earth is a huge reality show. Then they find out it’s been canceled so they must convince the network aliens not to cancel it.
98 7-02 March 26, 2003 “Krazy Kripples” Timmy and Jimmy start a gang called “The Crips” (people who are crippled from birth) in reaction to all of the attention that Christopher Reeve is getting. They get involved with the real Crips and help kill some Bloods. They find that this is not the kind of gang they wantd to be involved with.
99 7-03 April 2, 2003 “Toilet Paper” The boys get into much more trouble than you might imagine after they TP a teacher’s house. Kyle has tremendous guilt from what they did, and the adults act as if they killed someone or something. Cartman threatens to kill Kyle if he confesses.
100 7-04 April 9, 2003 “I’m A Little Bit Country”
101 7-05 April 16, 2003 “Fat Butt and Pancake Head” Cartman makes his hand look like a Jennifer Lopez wanna-be. Much to Kyle’s disgust, Cartman’s hand gets a lot of attention, praise, and money. Eventually, Cartman, too is disgusted when the hand seems to have its own mind and gets attention from Ben Affleck.
102 7-06 April 23, 2003 “Lil’ Crime Stoppers” The boys play junior detective and solve some cases, so the police make them junior detectives and assign them real cases, which result in many deaths. Meanwhile, Butters learns to masturbate.
103 7-07 April 30, 2003 “Red Man’s Greed” The casino Indians buy up the town to make way for a new highway. The kids try to put a stop to it while the adults give in.
104 7-08 October 22, 2003 “South Park is Gay!” The people of South Park catch the metrosexual trend, trying to look as gay as they can. Meanwhile, Mr. Garrison tries to stop the Queer Eye guys, who are really Crab People.
105 7-09 October 29, 2003 “Christian Rock Hard” Cartman becomes a Christian rock star. Kyle and the others try to get their own band together, but instead get arrested for downloading music from the internet.
106 7-10 November 5, 2003 “Grey Dawn” Old people take revenge when their driver’s licenses and other rights are taken away, after one too many driving accidents.
107 7-11 November 12, 2003 “Casa Bonita” Cartman arranges for Butters to go missing in order to take his place when Kyle invites him to go to a Mexican-style Disneyland. Cartman convinces Butters that a meteor has wiped out almost all of humanity.
108 7-12 November 19, 2003 “All About the Mormons?” After Stan is forced to fight a Mormon boy, he becomes fascinated by his nice family but ultimately realizes that they are pretty dumb.
109 7-13 December 3, 2003 “Butt Out” The boys take up smoking after viewing a totally lame anti-smoking presentation at their school.
110 7-14 December 10, 2003 “Raisins” Wendy breaks up with Stan, so he tries to win her back; Butters falls for a waitress at a Hooters-like restaurant.
111 7-15 December 17, 2003 “It’s Christmas in Canada”

SEASON EIGHT

112 8-01 March 17, 2004 “Good Times With Weapons”
113 8-02 March 24, 2004 “Up the Down Steroid” Competition is fierce in a special olympics-type game, where Jimmy takes steroids to get an edge and Cartman has to convince the committee that he’s handicapped.
114 8-03 March 31, 2004 “The Passion of the Jew”
115 8-04 April 7, 2004 “You Got F*cked in the Ass” Stan has to put a team of dancers together to compete against an orange county school. Butters won’t help because of a tragic incident in his past.
116 8-05 April 14, 2004 “AWESOM-O” Things get out of hand when Cartman dresses up like a robot to get Butters’ secrets to use against him–the government and Hollywood both want the robot for their own uses.
117 8-06 April 21, 2004 “The Jeffersons” Michael Jackson and his family move into town, attracting all the children with his toys and animals. The kids feel sorry for his children, while Cartman wants to be his best friend, and the local police want to frame him because he is rich and black.
118 8-07 April 28, 2004 “Goobacks” People from the future arrive and take jobs that nobody wants, which leads to a big fight over how crowded the town has become and how they are taking everyone’s jobs.
119 8-08 October 27, 2004 “Douche and Turd” The school has to vote for a new mascot after PETA protests their use of a cow. Much to Kyle’s dismay, his argument with Cartman ends up making it an election between a giant Douche and a giant Turd.
120 8-09 November 3, 2004 “Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes” The evil Wall-Mart comes to town and lures everyone (including Cartman) with its spell and low prices; Stan and Kyle work to break the spell and save the town, which is losing all of its other businesses.
121 8-10 November 10, 2004 “Pre-School”
122 8-11 November 17, 2004 “Quest for Ratings”
123 8-12 December 1, 2004 “Stupid Spoiled Whore Video Playset” Wendy tries to be like the other girls, who emulate Paris Hilton and dress like sluts.
124 8-13 December 8, 2004 “Cartman’s Incredible Gift” Cartman gets a head injury, which leads people to think he is psychic, so he helps the police solve crimes; this gets him in trouble with other psychics when he won’t join them.
125 8-14 December 15, 2004 “Woodland Critter Christmas” Stan helps forest creatures to build a manger for their lord, but he discovers they work for Satan.

SEASON NINE

126 9-01 March 9, 2005 “Mr. Garrison’s Fancy New Vagina” Mr. Garrison gets a sex-change operation, so other town folk get plastic surgery, too; including Kyle, who wants to play basketball.
127 9-02 March 16, 2005 “Die Hippie, Die” Cartman tries to get rid of the hippie problem in town, but no one takes him seriously until drastic measures are needed.
128 9-03 March 23, 2005 “Wing” The boys become agents to make money; when their client Token is wooed away by another agent, they get another singer in order to beat that agent.
129 9-04 March 30, 2005 “Best Friends Forever” Kenny dies and goes to heaven, where he has to beat the evil on his new PSP.
130 9-05 April 6, 2004 “The Losing Edge” The boys goes to desperate measures to lose their baseball games so they can have their free time back. Meanwhile, Stan’s dad picks fight with the other dads in the stands.
131 9-06 April 13, 2005 “The Death of Eric Cartman” When the others start ignoring him, Cartman thinks he is dead and that Butters is the only one who can see him. Butters thinks Cartman is haunting him and fears he will be put away for being crazy.
132 9-07 April 20, 2005 “Erection Day” Jimmy wants to compete in the school’s talent contest, but first he has to get rid of his recent problem of sudden erections.
133 9-08 October 19, 2005 “Two Days Before the Day After Tomorrow” When the nearby town of Beaverton is flooded from a beaver dam breaking, a national emergency is called; the adults fear the global warming crisis, while the kids try to get the disaster victims some help.
134 9-09 October 26, 2005 “Marjorine” Butters pretends to be a girl in order to spy on the girls for the other boys and learn the secret of their future-predicting device.
135 9-10 November 2, 2005 “Follow That Egg” The kids have to carry around eggs so they can learn how to be parents; meanwhile, Mr. Garrison wants to stop the local gay marriage bill from being signed so that Mr. Slave can’t marry his new boyfriend.
136 9-11 November 9, 2005 “Ginger Kids” Cartman builds local fear of red-headed kids but then ends up joining them and starting a pro-red-headed movement.
137 9-12 November 16, 2005 “Trapped in the Closet” Stan joins the Scientologists, who think he is the second coming of their founder, L. Ron Hubbard; this causes Tom Cruise to go into Stan’s closet and not come out, no matter how much they beg him to.
138 9-13 November 30, 2005 “Free Willzyx” The kids are conned into thinking that a whale needs their help to go back to the moon, so they get a rocket-ship in order to send him there.
139 9-14 December 7, 2005 “Bloody Mary” Stan’s dad decides he is an alcoholic, so he goes to the local statue of the Virgin Mary, which is bleeding out of its ass, to get healed.

SEASON TEN

140 10-01 March 22, 2006 “The Return of Chef” Chef returns after going missing, but he has been brain-washed by a child molesting cult, so the boys work to save him.
141 10-02 March 29, 2006 “Smug Alert!” Cartman tries to get rid of the hippie problem in town, but no one takes him seriously until drastic measures are needed.
142 10-03 April 5, 2006 “Cartoon Wars, Part 1” Cartman and Kyle have an epic battle and cross-country chase in order to save or destroy “Family Guy”.
143 10-04 April 12, 2006 “Cartoon Wars, Part 2” Cartman goes to Hollywood to put a stop to “Family Guy”. He finds out that the show’s writers are manatees.
144 10-05 April 19, 2006 “A Million Little Fibers” Towelie kicks his drug habit and writes a book about it, but he can only do so if he pretends to be a man. When Oprah discovers he is really a towelie, the public turns on him.
145 10-06 April 26, 2006 “ManBearPig” The boys help Al Gore search for the Manbearpig, but he ends up trapping them in a cave, where Cartman thinks he’s found treasure.
146 10-07 May 3, 2006 “Tsst” Cartman’s mom can’t control him any more, so she gets TV’s Dog Whisperer to help her train him.
147 10-08 October 4, 2006 “Make Love, Not Warcraft” The boys save the world by playing Warcraft and defeating a renegade player.
148 10-09 October 11, 2006 “Mystery of the Urinal Deuce” The school searches for clues about who left a piece of crap in the urinal; meanwhile, Kyle gets blamed for 9/11, thanks to Cartman.
149 10-10 October 18, 2006 “Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy” Kyle finds out that his brother is having an affair with his teacher.
150 10-11 October 25, 2006 “Hell on Earth 2006” Satan wants to throw a big party for Halloween.
151 10-12 November 1, 2006 “Go, God. Go! Part II” Cartman can’t wait for the new Wii to come out, so he has Butters freeze him for a few weeks. However, he ends up in the future instead.
152 10-13 November 8, 2006 “Go God Go XII” Cartman gets embroiled in futuristic politics where they are having war between atheist factions; he only wants to get his Wii to work.
153 10-14 November 15, 2006 “Stanley’s Cup” In order to get his bike back, Stan must coach a Pee Wee hocky team.

SEASON ELEVEN

154 11-01 March 7, 2007 “With Apologies to Jesse Jackson” Randy gets in trouble for saying the N word, while Cartman gets in trouble for laughing at a midget but doesn’t care.
155 11-02 March 14, 2007 “Cartman Sucks” Butters’ father sends him to a gay conversion camp, while Cartman tries to get back a photo that might make him look gay.
156 11-03 March 21, 2007 “Lice Capades” The boys try to figure out which classmate to blame for them having lice, while we see the trials of a whole lice civilization in Clyde’s hair.
157 11-04 March 28, 2007 “The Snuke” Cartman gets paranoid about a new muslim classmate being a terrorist, which leads to a 24 spoof.
158 11-05 April 4, 2007 “Fantastic Easter Special” When questioning what bunnies have to do with Easter, Stan inadvertently stumbles onto a mass secret conspiracy, similar to the one in The Da Vinci code.
159 11-06 April 11, 2007 “D-Yikes” After the boys hire Mexicans to write their essays, Ms. Garrison becomes a lesbian and helps defend a lesbian bar from Persian takeover.
160 11-07 April 18, 2007 “Night of the Living Homeless” Homeless people who act like zombies take over the town.
161 11-08 October 3, 2007 “Le Petit Tourette” Cartman pretends to have Tourette’s syndrome, but Kyle is the one who gets in trouble when he tries to tell everyone that Cartman is lying.
162 11-09 October 10, 2007 “More Crap” Randy competes with Bono over who passes the world’s largest bowel movement.
163 11-10 October 17, 2007 “Imaginationland (1)” The gang chases a leprechuan, who warns of a terrorist attack. Cartman insists that Kyle suck his balls to pay off a bet they made. The boys go to Imaginationland, which is attacked by terrorists. They hold Butters hostage and release evil imaginary characters on the world.
164 11-11 October 24, 2007 “Imaginationland: Episode II” The boys try to help the government save Imaginationland with a Stargate-like device as Butters is declare the one true hero who will save them all.
165 11-12 October 31, 2007 “Imaginationland: Episode III” Good and evil prepares to do battle in Imaginationland as Butters learns how to use his powers to save the world.
166 11-13 November 7, 2007 “Guitar Queer-o” Kyle and Stan compete over Guitar Hero.
167 11-14 November 14, 2007 “The List” Kyle gets depressed when the girls name him as the ugliest boy in school, which leads him to try to burn down the school.

SEASON TWELVE

168 12-01 March 12, 2008 “Tonsil Trouble” Cartman gets AIDS and gives it to Kyle. They have to visit Magic Johnson to get the cure.
169 12-02 March 19, 2008 “Britney’s New Look” When Britney Spears visits South Park, the boys try to get pictures of her to make money; she shoots herself in the head, so they have to help her get away from the papparazzi.
170 12-03 March 26, 2008 “Major Boobage” The boys learn about drugs, so Kenny gets addicated to sniffing cat urine (“cheesing”) because it takes him to a fantasy world with a large-breasted woman. This leads to the banning of cats, and Randy getting back into “cheesing” as well.
171 12-04 April 2, 2008 “Canada on Strike” Canadians go on strike and demand money from the internet. The boys get upset that Terrance and Phillip are not making new episodes, so they try to make money on the net themselves.
172 12-05 April 9, 2008 “Eek, A Penis!” Mr. Garrison tries to get his penis back while Cartman teaches a Mexican class how to cheat.
173 12-06 April 16, 2008 “Over Logging” The people in South park run out of internet, so Stan’s family heads to California to find more internet. Eventually, Kyle fixes the internet.
174 12-07 April 23, 2008 “Super Fun Time” The boys are taken hostage while on a field trip to Pioneer Village; Cartman and Butters help save everyone while holding hands.
175 12-08 October 8, 2008 “The China Problem” The boys want to have Lucas and Spielberg arrested for raping Indiana Jones, while Cartman worries that the Chinese are invading.
176 12-09 October 15, 2008 “Breast Cancer Show Ever” Cartman is worried when Wendy plans to beat him up for making fun of her during her presentation about breast cancer.
177 12-10 October 22, 2008 “Pandemic (1)” The boys start a Preuvian flute band but wind up in trouble with the government and have to go to Peru to stop any more bands from coming to the U.S. Their efforts don’t stop the giant guinea pigs from invading.
178 12-11 October 29, 2008 “Pandemic (2): The Startling” Stans family tries to avoid the giant guina pigs. The boys escape Peru and learn that the head of Homeland Security is an alien giant guinea pig who is behind the invasion. Only Craig can save the day.
179 12-12 November 5, 2008 “About Last Night…” Chaos ensues when Obama wins the election, which is the perfect cover for he, Michelle and McCain to pull of a big jewel heist.
180 12-13 November 8, 2008 “Elementary School Musical” The boys get annoyed at how popular “High School Musical” is to everyone in school. Stan is jealous that singer Bridon might steal Wendy, so he helps him become a basketball player.
181 12-14 November 19, 2008 “The Ungroundable” Butters thinks that some kids are real vampires, and then he becomes one, too. The goth kids get annoyed that the vampire kids are stealing their coolness.

SEASON THIRTEEN

182 13-01 March 11, 2009 “The Ring” Kenny takes his new girlfriend, Tammy, to a Jonas Brothers’ concert, hoping to get sex, but instead she gets a purity ring. The Jonas Brothers hand them out because their evil boss, Mickey Mouse, wants them to do it as a cover for his selling sex to little girls.
183 13-02 March 18, 2009 “The Coon” Cartman gets annoyed when he poses as superhero The Coon, but nobody cares. He tries to find out who the other superhero is, the popular Mysterion.
184 13-03 March 25, 2009 “Margaritaville” The townspeople try to deal with the failing economy. Kyle tries to help them out. Stan tries to return a Margarita-making machine.
185 13-04 April 1, 2009 “Eat, Pray, Queef” Women fart from their vaginas, and it becomes a world-wide feminist sensation, causing men to be disgusted and outraged.
186 13-05 April 8, 2009 “Fishsticks” Jimmy writes a popular joke, but Cartman tries to take credit for it. The joke causes Kanye West to do crazy things.
187 13-06 April 15, 2009 “Pinewood Derby” Randy uses sophisticated technology to help Stadn wijn a race, which leads to an alien being holding them hostage.
188 13-07 April 22, 2009 “Fatbeard” Cartman convinces most of the boys to join Somalian pirates; they are disappointed that they aren’t like the pirates they’ve seen in movies, but Cartman manages to make them over into those type of pirates anyway.
189 13-08 October 7, 2009 “Dead Celebrities” Ike sees dead people, so the boys have to help Michael Jackson and the other dead celebrities move on to the next world.
190 13-09 October 14, 2009 “Butters’ Bottom Bitch” Butters starts his own business selling girls’ kisses, modeling it after what he learns from pimps.
191 13-10 October 21, 2009 “W.T.F.” The gang makes their own wrestling shows, angering their school’s wrestling coach.
192 13-11 October 28, 2009 “Whale Whores” Stan tries to stop the Japanese from killing dolphins and whales.
193 13-12 November 4, 2009 “The F Word” The town is threatened by a group of bikers, who are labeled with a certain F word by the kids.
194 13-13 November 11, 2009 “Dances with Smurfs” Cartman takes over as morning announcements reader at the school, turning it into a trashy talk show; student body president Wendy tries to fight him over it.
195 13-14 November 18, 2009 “Pee” When too many boys pee in the water at the water park, the kids are sealed in as scientists try to figure out why the water has taken on a life of its own.

SEASON FOURTEEN

196 14-01 March 17, 2010 “Sexual Healing” Kyle, Kenny and Butters are diagnosed with sex addiction, so Kyle and Butters help Obama track down and kill the alien wizard responsible for men’s sex addiction.
197 14-02 March 24, 2010 “The Tale of Scrotie McBoogerballs” Disappointed by “A Catcher in the Rye,” the boys write an offensive book that causes everyone to vomit, yet it’s very successful and inspirational, resulting in Butters becoming famous and the other boys trying to get Sarah Jessica Parker killed.
198 14-03 March 31, 2010 “Medicinal Fried Chicken” The KFC turns into a medical marijuana dispensary, so Cartman sells KFC on the black market while Randy, trying to buy pot, grows large testicles.
199 14-04 April 7, 2010 “You Have 0 Friends” Kyle, Stan and the others learn the pitfalls of Facebook and eventually get dragged into the virtual world there.
200 14-05 April 14, 2010 “200” Tom Cruise and other celebrities threaten to sue the town over insults if they don’t let them meet Muhammad, the Super-Friend with magical goo, that they think will protect them from future insults; however, when the ginger kids threaten to blow up the town, the celebrities bring in Mecha-Streisand. Meanwhile, Cartman learns that he wasn’t told the truth about the identity of his father.
201 14-06 April 21, 2010 “201” The Super-Friends defeat Mecha-Streisand by having Krishna post as Neil Diamond to do a duet with her; meanwhile, Cartman learns that his real father was ginger Scott Tenorman’s father, former Denver Broncos player Jack Tenorman, whom he had tricked Scott into eating in a previous episode, and the boys help Tom Cruise find peace.
202 14-07 April 28, 2010 “Crippled Summer” The boys help Towelie get a job at a summer camp for children with mental and physical disabilities (attended by Jimmy and Timmy), in order to kick his drug habit; he eventually gets clean and reunites with his family, while Jimmy defeats the camp bully.
203 14-08 October 6, 2010 “Poor and Stupid”
204 14-09 October 13, 2010 “It’s a Jersey Thing”
205 14-10 October 20, 2010 “Insheeption”
206 14-11 October 27, 2010 “Coon 2: Hindsight”
207 14-12 November 3, 2010 “Mysterion Rises”
208 14-13 November 10, 2010 “Coon vs. Coon & Friends”
209 14-14 November 17, 2010 “Crème Fraiche”

SEASON FIFTEEN

210 15-01 April 27, 2011 “HUMANCENTiPAD”
211 15-02 May 4, 2011 “Funnybot”
212 15-03 May 11, 2011 “Royal Pudding”
213 15-04 May 18, 2011 “T.M.I.”
214 15-05 May 25, 2011 “Crack Baby Athletic Association”
215 15-06 June 1, 2011 “City Sushi”
216 15-07 June 8, 2011 “You’re Getting Old”
217 15-08 October 5, 2011 “Ass Burgers”
218 15-09 October 12, 2011 “The Last of the Meheecans”
219 15-10 October 19, 2011 “Bass to Mouth”
220 15-11 October 26, 2011 “Broadway Bro Down”
221 15-12 November 2, 2011 “1%”
222 15-13 November 9, 2011 “A History Channel Thanksgiving”
223 15-14 November 16, 2011 “The Poor Kid”

SEASON SIXTEEN

224 16-01 March 14, 2012 “Reverse Cowgirl”
225 16-02 March 21, 2012 “Cash for Gold”
226 16-03 March 28, 2012 “Faith Hilling”
227 16-04 April 4, 2012 “Jewpacabra”
228 16-05 April 11, 2012 “Butterballs”
229 16-06 April 18, 2012 “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining”
230 16-07 April 25, 2012 “Cartman Finds Love”
231 16-08 September 26, 2012 “Sarcastaball”
232 16-09 October 3, 2012 “Raising the Bar”
233 16-10 October 10, 2012 “Insecurity”
234 16-11 October 17, 2012 “Going Native”
235 16-12 October 24, 2012 “A Nightmare on Face Time”
236 16-13 October 31, 2012 “A Scause for Applause”
237 16-14 November 7, 2012 “Obama Wins!”

SEASON SEVENTEEN

238 17-01 September 25, 2013 “Let Go, Let Gov”
239 17-02 October 2, 2013 “Informative Murder Porn”
240 17-03 October 9, 2013 “World War Zimmerman”
241 17-04 October 23, 2013 “Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers”
242 17-05 October 30, 2013 “Taming Strange”
243 17-06 November 6, 2013 “Ginger Cow”
244 17-07 November 13, 2013 “The Black Friday Trilogy”
245 17-08 November 30, 2013 “A Song of Ass and Fire”
246 17-09 December 4, 2013 “Titties and Dragons”
247 17-10 December 11, 2013 “The Hobbit”

SEASON EIGHTEEN

248 18-01 September 24, 2014 “Go Fund Yourself”
249 18-02 October 1, 2014 “Gluten Free Ebola”
250 18-03 October 8, 2014 “The Cissy”
251 18-04 October 15, 2014 “Handicar”
252 18-05 October 29, 2014 “The Magic Bush”
253 18-06 November 5, 2014 “Freemium Isn’t Free”
254 18-07 November 12, 2014 “Grounded Vindaloop”
255 18-08 November 19, 2014 “Cock Magic”
256 18-09 December 3, 2014 “#rehash”
257 18-10 December 10, 2014 “#HappyHolograms”

SEASON NINETEEN

258 19-01 September 16, 2015 “Stunning and Brave”
259 19-02 September 23, 2015 “Where My Country Gone?”
260 19-03 September 30, 2015 “The City Part of Town”
261 19-04 October 14, 2015 “You’re Not Yelping”
262 19-05 October 21, 2015 “Safe Space”
263 19-06 October 28, 2015 “Tweek x Craig”
264 19-07 November 11, 2015 “Naughty Ninjas”
265 19-08 November 18, 2015 “Sponsored Content”
266 19-09 December 2, 2015 “Truth and Advertising”
267 19-10 December 9, 2015 “PC Principal Final Justice”

SEASON TWENTY

268 20-01 September 14, 2016 “Member Berries”
269 20-02 September 21, 2016 “Skank Hunt”
270 20-03 September 28, 2016 “The Damned”
271 20-04 October 12, 2016 “Wieners Out”
272 20-05 October 19, 2016 “Douche and a Danish”
273 20-06 October 26, 2016 “Fort Collins”
274 20-07 November 9, 2016 “Oh Jeez”
275 20-08 November 16, 2016 “Members Only”
276 20-09 November 30, 2016 “Not Funny”
277 20-10 December 7, 2016 “The End of Serialization as We Know It”

SEASON TWENTY ONE

278 21-01 September 13, 2017 “White People Renovating Houses”
279 21-02 September 20, 2017 “Put It Down”
280 21-03 September 27, 2017 “Holiday Special”
281 21-04 October 11, 2017 “Franchise Prequel”
282 21-05 October 18, 2017 “Hummels & Heroin”
283 21-06 October 25, 2017 “Sons a Witches”
284 21-07 November 8, 2017 “Doubling Down”
285 21-08 November 15, 2017 “Moss Piglets”
286 21-09 November 29, 2017 “Super Hard PCness”
287 21-10 December 6, 2017 “Splatty Tomato”

SEASON TWENTY TWO

288. 22-1 September 26, 2018 “Dead Kids”
289. 22-2 October 3, 2018 “A Boy and a Priest”
290. 22-3 October 10, 2018 “The Problem with a Poo”
291. 22-4 October 17, 2018 “Tegridy Farms”
292. 22-5 October 31, 2018 “The Scoots”
293. 22-6 November 7, 2018 “Time to Get Cereal”
294. 22-7 November 14, 2018 “Nobody Got Cereal?”
295. 22-8 November 28, 2018 “Buddha Box”
296. 22-9 December 5, 2018 “Unfulfilled”
297. 22-10 December 12, 2018 “Bike Parade”

SEASON TWENTY THREE

298. 23-1 September 25, 2019 “Mexican Joker”
299. 23-2 October 2, 2019 “Band in China”
300. 23-3 October 9, 2019 “Shots!!!”
301. 23-4 October 16, 2019 “Let Them Eat Goo”
302. 23-5 October 30, 2019 “Tegridy Farms Halloween Special”
303. 23-6 November 6, 2019 “Season Finale”
304. 23-7 November 13, 2019 “Board Girls”
305. 23-8 November 27, 2019 “Turd Burglars”
306. 23-9 December 4, 2019 “Basic Cable”
307. 23-10 December 11, 2019 “Christmas Snow”

SEASON TWENTY FOUR

24-0 September 30, 2020 “The Pandemic Special”
24-0 March 10, 2021 “South ParQ Vaccination Special”

SEASON TWENTY FIVE

308. 25-1 February 2, 2022 “Pajama Day”
309. 25-2 February 9, 2022 “The Big Fix”
310. 25-3 February 16, 2022 “City People”
311. 25-4 March 2, 2022 “Back to the Cold War”
312. 25-5 March 9, 2022 “Help, My Teenager Hates Me!”
313. 25-6 March 16, 2022 “Credigree Weed St. Patrick’s Day Special”

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SEASON ONE

1 1-01 October 1, 2006 “Dexter”
2 1-02 October 8, 2006 “Crocodile”
3 1-03 October 15, 2006 “Popping Cherry”
4 1-04 October 22, 2006 “Let’s Give the Boy a Hand”
5 1-05 October 29, 2006 “Love American Style”
6 1-06 November 5, 2006 “Return to Sender”
7 1-07 November 12, 2006 “Circle of Friends”
8 1-08 November 19, 2006 “Shrink Wrap”
9 1-09 November 26, 2006 “Father Knows Best”
10 1-10 December 3, 2016 “Seeing Red”
11 1-11 December 10, 2016 “Truth Be Told”
12 1-12 December 17, 2016 “Born Free”

SEASON TWO

13 2-01 September 30, 2007 “It’s Alive!”
14 2-02 October 7, 2007 “Waiting to Exhale”
15 2-03 October 14, 2007 “An Inconvenient Lie”
16 2-04 October 21, 2007 “See-Through”
17 2-05 October 28, 2007 “The Dark Defender”
18 2-06 November 4, 2007 “Dex, Lies, and Videotape”
19 2-07 November 11, 2007 “That Night, a Forest Grew”
20 2-08 November 18, 2007 “Morning Comes”
21 2-09 November 25, 2007 “Resistance is Futile”
22 2-10 December 2, 2007 “There’s Something About Harry”
23 2-11 December 9, 2007 “Left Turn Ahead”
24 2-12 December 16, 2007 “The British Invasion”

SEASON THREE

25 3-01 September 28, 2008 “Our Father”
26 3-02 October 5, 2008 “Finding Freebo”
27 3-03 October 12, 2008 “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
28 3-04 October 19, 2008 “All in the Family”
29 3-05 October 26, 2008 “Turning Biminese”
30 3-06 November 2, 2008 “Sí Se Puede”
31 3-07 November 9, 2008 “Easy as Pie”
32 3-08 November 16, 2008 “The Damage a Man Can Do”
33 3-09 November 23, 2008 “About Last Night”
34 3-10 November 30, 2008 “Go Your Own Way”
35 3-11 December 7, 2008 “I Had a Dream”
36 3-12 December 14, 2008 “Do You Take Dexter Morgan?”

SEASON FOUR

37 4-01 September 27, 2009 “Living the Dream”
38 4-02 October 4, 2009 “Remains to Be Seen”
39 4-03 October 11, 2009 “Blinded by the Light”
40 4-04 October 18, 2009 “Dex Takes a Holiday”
41 4-05 October 25, 2009 “Dirty Harry”
42 4-06 November 1, 2009 “If I Had a Hammer”
43 4-07 November 8, 2009 “Slack Tide”
44 4-08 November 15, 2009 “Road Kill”
45 4-09 November 22, 2009 “Hungry Man”
46 4-10 November 29, 2009 “Lost Boys”
47 4-11 December 6, 2009 “Hello, Dexter Morgan”
48 4-12 December 13, 2009 “The Getaway”

SEASON FIVE

49 5-01 September 26, 2010 “My Bad”
50 5-02 October 3, 2010 “Hello, Bandit”
51 5-03 October 10, 2010 “Practically Perfect”
52 5-04 October 17, 2010 “Beauty and the Beast”
53 5-05 October 24, 2010 “First Blood”
54 5-06 October 31, 2010 “Everything is Illumenated”
55 5-07 November 7, 2010 “Circle Us”
56 5-08 November 14, 2010 “Take It!”
57 5-09 November 21, 2010 “Teenage Wasteland”
58 5-10 November 28, 2010 “In the Beginning”
59 5-11 December 5, 2010 “Hop a Freighter”
60 5-12 December 12, 2010 “The Big One”

SEASON SIX

61 6-01 October 2, 2011 “Those Kinds of Things”
62 6-02 October 9, 2011 “Once Upon a Time…”
63 6-03 October 16, 2011 “Smokey and the Bandit”
64 6-04 October 23, 2011 “A Horse of a Different Color”
65 6-05 October 30, 2011 “The Angel of Death”
66 6-06 November 6, 2011 “Just Let Go”
67 6-07 November 13, 2011 “Nebraska”
68 6-08 November 20, 2011 “Sin of Omission”
69 6-09 November 27, 2011 “Get Gellar”
70 6-10 December 4, 2011 “Ricochet Rabbit”
71 6-11 December 11, 2011 “Talk to the Hand”
72 6-12 December 18, 2011 “This is the Way the World Ends”

SEASON SEVEN

73 7-01 September 30, 2012 “Are You…?”
74 7-02 October 7, 2012 “Sunshine and Frosty Swirl”
75 7-03 October 14, 2012 “Buck the System”
76 7-04 October 21, 2012 “Run”
77 7-05 October 28, 2012 “Swim Deep”
78 7-06 November 4, 2012 “Do the Wrong Thing”
79 7-07 November 11, 2012 “Chemistry”
80 7-08 November 18, 2012 “Argentina”
81 7-09 November 26, 2012 “Helter Skelter”
82 7-10 December 2, 2012 “The Dark… Whatever”
83 7-11 December 9, 2012 “Do You See What I See?”
84 7-12 December 16, 2012 “Surprise, Motherfucker!”

SEASON EIGHT

85 8-01 June 30, 2013 “A Beautiful Day”
86 8-02 July 7, 2013 “Every Silver Lining…”
87 8-03 July 14, 2013 “What’s Eating Dexter Morgan?”
88 8-04 July 21, 2013 “Scar Tissue”
89 8-05 July 28, 2013 “This Little Piggy”
90 8-06 August 4, 2013 “A Little Reflection”
91 8-07 August 11, 2013 “Dress Code”
92 8-08 August 18, 2013 “Are We There Yet?”
93 8-09 August 25, 2013 “Make Your Own Kind of Music”
94 8-10 September 8, 2013 “Goodbye Miami”
95 8-11 September 15, 2013 “Monkey in a Box”
96 8-12 September 22, 2013 “Remember the Monsters?”

SEASON NINE

97 9-01 November 7, 2021 “Cold Snap”
97 9-02 November 14, 2021 “Storm of Fuck”
99 9-03 November 21, 2021 “Smoke Signals”
100 9-04 November 28, 2021 “H Is for Hero”
101 9-05 December 5, 2021 “Runaway”
102 9-06 December 12, 2021 “Too Many Tuna Sandwiches”
103 9-07 December 19, 2021 “Skin of Her Teeth”

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Sgt. Angel Batista…David Zayas
Harry Morgan…James Remar
Vince Masuka…C.S. Lee
Lt. Maria LaGuerta…Lauren Luna Vélez
Det. Joseph ‘Joey’ Quinn…Desmond Harrington
Rita Bennett…Julie Benz
Astor Bennett…Christina Robinson
Deputy Chief Tom Matthews…Geoff Pierson
Cody Bennett…Preston Bailey/Cody Bennett
Jamie Batista…Aimee Garcia
Harrison Morgan…Luke Andrew Kruntchev/Evan George Kruntchev/Jadon Wells
Sgt. James Doakes…Erik King …
Det. Angie Miller…Dana L. Wilson
Hannah McKay…Yvonne Strahovski
Anton Briggs…David Ramsey
Special Agent Frank Lundy…Keith Carradine
Det. Robert Ramos…Pablo Soriano
ADA Miguel Prado…Jimmy Smits
Travis Marshall…Colin Hanks
Arthur Mitchell…John Lithgow
Jacob Elway…Sean Patrick Flanery
Det. Jake Simms…Francisco Viana
Christine Hill…Courtney Ford
Sylvia Prado…Valerie Cruz
Det. Mike Anderson…Billy Brown
Louis Greene…Josh Cooke
Lumen Ann Pierce…Julia Stiles
Dr. Evelyn Vogel…Charlotte Rampling
Prof. James Gellar…Edward James Olmos
Rudy Cooper/Brian Moser (Ice Truck Killer)…Christian Camargo
George Novikov…Jason Gedrick
Lila Tournay…Jaime Murray
Isaak Sirko…Ray Stevenson

“Dexter: New Blood” (2021)

Dexter Morgan (Jim Lindsey)…Michael C. Hall
Debra Morgan…Jennifer Carpenter
Harrison Morgan…Jack Alcott
Angela Bishop…Julia Jones
Kurt Caldwell…Clancy Brown
Audrey…Johnny Sequoyah
Logan…Alano Miller
Molly…Jamie Chung
Teddy Reed…David Magidoff
Esther…Katy Sullivan
Fred Jr….Michael Cyril Creighton
Matt…Steve M. Robertson
Edward Olsen…?
Ethan Williams…Christian Dell’Edera
Pastor Brian…Dustin Tucker
Gig…David J. Curtis
Caldwell Diner Cook…Armen Garo
Susan…Dee Nelson
Arthur Mitchell…John Lithgow
Adam…Benjamin Breault
Miriam…Pamela Matthews
Jasper…Kellan Rhude
Tess…Gizel Jimenez
Bill…Charlie Thurston
Lily…Kimmy Anne Dunn
Zach…Oscar Wahlberg
Ramon…Bari Robinson
Becka…Michelle Lulic
Scott…Andrew Fama
State Trooper Dennis…Levon Panek
Alan…Timothy Smith
Shawna…Kristen Annese

"Dexter" original cast

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Actor

Birthday

Jesica Ahlberg (Darby Collette) 9/28/89
Lexi Ainsworth (Kristina Davis) 10/28/92
Edward Albert (Bennett) 2/20/51-9/22/06
Denise Alexander (Leslie Webber) 11/11/39
Jed Allan (Edward Quartermaine) 3/1/37-3/9/19
Kristen Alderson (Starr Manning / Kiki Jerome) 5/29/91
Aki Aleong (Mr. Wu) 2/19/34
Christian Alexander (Kiefer Bauer) 4/14/90
Adrian Alvarado (Cruz Rodriguez) 4/18/76
Rachel Ames (Audrey Hardy) 11/2/29
Bradford Anderson (Damian Spinelli) 9/21/79
Richard Dean Anderson (Dr. Jeff Webber) 1/23/50
Réal Andrews (Marcus Taggart) 1/29/63
Jennifer Anglin (Cheryl Stansburgy) 10/4/60
Gerald Anthony (Marco Dane) 7/31/51-5/28/04
Vinessa Antoine (Jordan Ashford) 7/21/83
Ashton Arbab (Dev Cerci) 2/14/03
Senait Ashenafi (Keesha Ward) 3/10/66
Matthew Ashford (Tom Hardy) 1/29/60
Scott Thompson Baker (Colton Shore) 9/15/60
Brandon Barash (Johnny Zacchara) 10/4/79
Harper Rose Barash (Georgie Spinelli) 1/7/2014
Adrienne Barbeau (Suzanne Stanwyck) 6/11/45
Roseanne Barr (Jennifer Smith) 11/3/52
Nicolas J. Bechtel (Spencer Cassadine) 2/15/05
Melissa Bedford (Jensen Buchanan) 7/18/62
Greg Beecroft (Jonathan Paget) 5/9/52
Yeniffer Behrens (Marianne Eroza) 10/7/76
Sam Behrens (Jake Meyer) 7/24/50
Shari Belafonte (Mayor Janice Lomax) 9/22/54
Tajh Bellow (TJ) 2/9/95
Daniel Benzali (Theo Hoffman) 1/20/50
John Beradino (Steve Hardy) 5/1/17-5/19/96
Julie Marie Berman (Lulu Spencer) 11/3/83
Maurice Benard (Sonny Corinthos) 3/1/63
Robyn Bernard (Terry Brock O’Connor) 5/26/59
Kevin Bernhardt (Kevin Collins) 4/2/61
Corbin Bernsen (John Durant) 9/7/54
Gigi Birmingham (Gigi Birmingham) 11/8/57
Loanne Bishop (Rose Kelly) 11/10/55
Sean Blakemore (Shawn Butler) 8/10/67
Harper and Scarlett Bloom (Louise Jones) ?/21
John Bolger (Garrett Prescott Floyd) 2/26/54
Steve Bond (Jimmy Lee Holt) 4/22/53
Nazanin Boniadi (Leyla Mir) 5/22/80
Jay Bontatibus (Det. Andy Capelli) 7/31/64-2/12/17
Angel Boris (Angel Sorel Ellis) 8/2/74
Eileen Boylan (Sage Alcazar) 5/10/87
Aaron Bradshaw (Leo Falconeri) ?
Chad Brannon (Zander Smith) 8/2/79
Tamara Braun (Carly Corinthos) 4/18/71
Wendy Braun (Iris Sneed) 4/5/70
Patricia Breslin (Meg Bentley) 3/17/31-10/12/11
Brianna Brown (Dr. Lisa Niles) 10/2/79
Kimberly J. Brown (Chloe Jennings/Marie Hopkins) 11/16/84
Sarah Joy Brown (Carly/Claudia Zacchara Corinthos) 2/18/76
Susan Brown (Dr. Gail Baldwin) 5/4/32-8/31/18
Argentina Brunetti (Filomena) 8/31/07-12/20/05
Breck Bruns (Georgie Jones) 1/1/93
Ian Buchanan (Duke Lavery) 6/16/57
Jensen Buchanan (Melissa Bedford) 7/18/62
Rebecca Budig (Hayden Barnes) 6/26/73
Brooke Bundy (Diana Taylor) 8/8/44
Steve Burton (Jason Quartermaine/Morgan) 6/28/70
Richard Burgi (Paul Hornsby) 7/30/58
Molly Burnett (Maxie Jones) 4/23/88
James C. Burns (Vaughn) 2/25/59
Bonnie Burroughs (Gladys Corbin) 2/3/61
Nathin Butler (Dr. Ewen Keenan) 1/23/?
Martha Byrne (Andrea Floyd) 12/23/69
Inga Cadranel (Lorraine “Harmony” Miller) 4/30/78
John Callahan (Leo Russell) 12/23/53-3/28/20
Ryan Carnes (Lucas Jones) 12/6/82
Tia Carrere (Jade Soong Chung) 1/2/67
Laura Carrington (Simone Hardy) 3/15/58
Crystal Carson (Brenda Barrett) 6/24/67
Rosalind Cash (Mary Mae Ward) 12/31/38-10/31/95
Shawn Cassidy (Dusty Walker) 9/27/58
Teresa Castillo (Sabrina Santiago) 10/14/83
Emma Caulfield (Lorraine Miller) 4/8/73
Lisa Cerasoli (Venus Ardonowski) 1/27/69
Judith Chapman (Ginny Webber) 11/15/51
Leslie Charleson (Monica Ward Quartermaine) 2/22/45
Annette Chavez (Letitia) 9/30/74
Nicholas Chavez (Spencer) 9/6/99
Maree Cheatham (Charlene Simpson) 6/2/40
Derk Cheetwood (Max Giambetti) 10/8/73
Drew Cheetwood (Milo Giambetti) 7/14/83
Robin Christopher (Skye Chandler Quartermaine) 6/18/65
Tyler Christopher (Nikolas Cassadine) 11/11/72
Brian Patrick Clarke (Grant Putnam) 8/1/52
Tamara Clatterbuck (Tammy Carson) 5/26/63
Scott Clifton (Dillon Quartermaine) 10/31/81
Matt Cohen (Dr. Griffin Munro) 9/28/82
Claire Coffee (Nadine Crowell) 4/14/80
Bradley Cole (Warren Bauer) 2/11/59
Michael Cole (Harlan Barrett) 7/3/45
John Colicos (Mikkos Cassadine) 12/10/28-3/6/00
Dioni Michelle Collins (Deanna Sirtis) ?
Marcus Coloma (Nikolas Cassadine) 10/18/78
Norma Connolly (Ruby Anderson) 8/20/27-11/18/98
Jason Cook (Matt Hunter) 9/13/80
Nikki Cox (Gina Williams) 6/2/78
Bryan Craig (Morgan Corinthos) 10/27/91
Patricia Crowley (Mary Scanlon) 9/17/33
Jason Culp (Julian Jerome) 1/15/61
Serah D’Laine (Sarah Webber) 10/23/82
Stuart Damon (Alan Quartermaine) 2/5/37-6/29/21
Shell Danielson (Dominique Baldwin) 9/25/62
Jason David (Aiden Spencer) 3/26/10
Lane Davies (Cameron) 7/31/50
Sammy Davis, Jr. (Eddie) 12/8/25-5/16/90
Todd Davis (Bryan Philips) 9/25/51-7/25/13
Trent Dawson (Huxley Lynch) 2/4/71
Kim Delaney (Jackie Templeton) 11/29/61
Pat Delaney (Kathleen O’Connor) 12/1/36
John DeLuca (Aaron Roland) 4/25/86
James DePaiva (Dr. David Bensch) 10/8/57
Kassie DePaiva (Blair Cramer) 3/21/61
Robb Derringer (Kyle Sloane) 7/6/67
Jimmy Deschler (Rafe Kovich) 11/30/94
Seamus Dever (Ian Devlin) 7/27/76
William deVry (Julian Jerome) 4/20/68
Ami Dolenz (Melissa McKee) 1/8/69
Jack Donner (Alfred) 10/29/28-9/1/19
Risa Louise Dorken (Nurse Amy) 2/5/90
Tony Dow (Ross Jeanelle) 4/13/45
Chad Duell (Michael Corinthos) 9/23/87
Josh Duhon (Logan Hayes) 8/27/84
Christopher B. Duncan (D.A. Joseph Campbell) 12/4/64
Michael Easton (John/Stephen/Caleb/Silas/Finn) 2/15/67
Sonya Eddy (Epiphany Johnson) 6/17/67
Hilary Edson (Tania Jones) 10/17/65
Jane Elliot (Tracy Quartermaine) 1/17/47
Kiko Ellsworth (Stan Johnson) 1/2/73
Hayley Erin (Kiki Jerome) 7/13/94
Mark D. Espinoza (D.A. Martinez) 6/24/60
Mary Beth Evans (Katherine Bell) 3/7/61
Greg Evigan (Jim Harvey) 10/14/53
Richard Fancy (Bernie Abrams) 8/2/43
Porter Fasullo (Danny Morgan) 9/29/08
Bianca Ferguson (Claudia Johnston Philips) 2/11/55
Scarlett Fernandez (Charlotte) 8/4/2009
Lily Fisher (Georgie Spinelli) 3/13/10
Chrissie Fit (Mercedes) 4/3/84
Joe Flanigan (Dr. Neil Byrne) 1/5/67
Genie Francis (Laura Webber Spencer) 5/26/62
Betsy Franco (Karen Anderson/Betsy Frank) 8/15/47
James Franco (Franco Frank) 4/19/78
Max Gail (Mike Corbin) 4/5/43
Max Galloway (Buzz Stryker) 7/27/37-1/8/09
Richard Gant (Dr. Russell Ford) 3/10/44
Zac Garred (Levi Dunkleman) 12/13/86
Drew Garrett (Michael Corinthos) 4/21/89
Kathleen Gati (Dr. Liesl Obrecht) 8/13/57
George Gaynes (Frank Smith) 5/16/17- 2/15/16
Anthony Geary (Luke Spencer/Bill) 5/29/47
Jason Gerhardt (Coop Barrett) 4/21/74
Blake Gibbons (Coleman) 6/21/61
Amy Grabow (Rachel Adair) 12/18/79
Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis) 4/28/58
Alisyn & Kelli Griffith (Lulu Spencer) 10/14/94
David Groh (D. L. Brock) 5/21/39-2/12/08
Joyce Guy (Phyllis Caulfield) 8/18/54
Jennifer Guthrie (Dawn Winthrop) 11/5/69
Ron Hale (Mike Corbin) 1/2/46
Peter Hansen (Lee Baldwin) 12/5/21-4/9/17
Vanita Harbour (Dara Jensen) 7/7/68
Glen Walker Harris, Jr. (Sly Eckert) 3/5/83
Gregory Harrison (Gregory Chase) 5/31/50
Iva Hasperger (Petra) 3/10/77
Laura Harring (Carla Grego) 3/3/64
Nathaniel Harris (Sergeant Robinson) 12/6/70
Lindsay Hartley (Sam McCall) 4/17/78
Don Harvey (Tom Baker) 5/31/60
Bob Hastings (Burt Ramsey) 4/18/25-6/30/14
Patricia Healy (Tammy Carson) 2/21/59
Rick Hearst (Ric Lansing) 1/4/65
Elizabeth Hendrickson (Margaux Dawson) 7/3/79
Carolyn Hennesy (Diane Miller) 6/10/62
Sandra Hess (Sasha Donev) 3/27/68
Briana Nicole Henry (Jordan) 1/19/92
Rebecca Herbst (Elizabeth Webber) 5/12/77
Lynn Herring (Lucy Coe) 9/22/58
Brighton Hertford (Barbara Jean “BJ” Jones) 6/11/86
Jane Higginson (Lady Arielle Ashton) 2/9/61
Ben Hogestyn (Lucas Jones) 4/27/83
Gerald Hopkins (A.J. Quartermaine) 12/26/65
Anders Hove (Cesár Faison) 1/16/56
Roger Howarth (Todd/Franco/Austin Gatlin-Holt) 9/13/68
Tina Huang (Linda Chu) 10/28/81
Finola Hughes (Anna Devane) 10/29/59
Rif Hutton (Lenny Caulfield) 11/28/62
Annie Ilonzeh (Dr. Maya Ward) 8/23/83
John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine) 5/7/28-9/16/12
Steve Inwood (Moreno) 1/3/47
Jonathan Jackson (Lucky Spencer) 5/11/82
Cassandra James (Dr. Terry Randolph) 7/17/92
Anne Jeffreys (Amanda Barrington) 1/26/23-9/27/17
Arte Johnson (Finian O’Toole) 1/20/29-7/3/19
Ashley Jones (Professor Parker Forsyth) 9/3/76
Sean Kanan (Alan James “AJ” Quartermaine) 11/2/66
Lesli Kay (Lois Cerullo Ashton) 6/13/65
Steven Kay (Reginald Jennings) 1/1/63
Elizabeth Keifer (Sister Mary Camellia McKay) 11/14/61
Shell Kepler (Amy Vining) 10/5/58-2/1/08
Richard Kelley (Jim Harper) 12/16/58
Robert Kelker-Kelly (Stavros Cassadine) 4/18/64
Brook Kerr (Portia Robinson) 11/21/73
Kent Masters King (Dr. Lainey Winters) 8/5/74
Ted King (Lorenzo Alcazar) 10/1/65
Kodi Kitchen (Dr. Maggie Wurth) 5/25/?
Michael E. Knight (Martin Grey) 5/7/59
Jeff Kober (Cyrus Renault) 12/18/53
Ilene Kristen (Delia Ryan Coleridge) 7/30/52
Wally Kurth (Ned Ashton) 7/31/58
Briana Lane (Brook Lynn) 10/27/85
Sarah Laine (Sarah Webber) 10/23/82
Chloe Lanier (Nelle Benson) 11/3/92
Karleigh Larson (Josslyn Jacks) 8/10/09
Robert Lasardo (Manny/Mateo Ruiz) 9/20/63
Carol Lawrence (Angela Eckert) 9/5/32
Mark Lawson (Dustin Phillips) 12/17/78
Michael Learned (Shirley Smith) 4/9/39
Anna Lee (Lila Quartermaine) 1/2/13-5/14/04
Andrew Tinpo Lee (Marty) 5/31/68
Lillian Lehman (Dr. Joyce Meadows) 2/12/47
Edie Lehmann (Katherine Bell) 9/25/57
Steven Leigh (Kim Wu) 8/10/64
Adrianne León (Brook Lynn Ashton) 3/15/87
Michael Leone (Cameron Spencer) 6/1/2005
Lindze Letherman (Georgie Jones) 11/2/88
David Lewis (Edward Quartermaine) 10/19/16-12/11/00
Jen Lilley (Maxie Jones) 8/4/88
Jon Lindstrom (Dr. Kevin Collins / Ryan Collins) 10/18/57
William Lipton (Cameron Webber Spencer) 6/2/03
Natalia Livingston (Emily Quartermaine) 3/26/76
Lisa LoCicero (Olivia Falconeri) 4/18/70
June Lockhart (Mariah Ramirez) 6/25/25
Bradley Lockerman (Casey Rogers, the Alien) 3/9/55
Rocco Falconeri (Charles “Charlie” George & Ethan Philip Losie 4/2012
Jophielle Love (Violet Finn) 5/20/14
Florencia Lozano (Téa Delgado) 12/16/69
Stephen Macht (Trevor Lansing) 5/1/42
Guy Mack (Patrick O’Connor) 2/26/56
Katelyn MacMullen (Willow Tait /Kali Miller) 6/27/95
Rio Mangini (Oscar Nero) 10/6/02
Vanessa Marcil (Brenda Barrett) 10/15/69
Joe Marinelli (Joseph Sorel) 1/21/57
Ronnie Marmo (Lt. Ronnie Dimestico) 1/2/71
Ricky Martin (Miguel Morez) 12/24/71
A Martinez (Roy DiLucca) 9/27/48
DeLane Matthews (Janine Matthews) 8/7/61
Cameron Mathison (Drew Cain) 8/25/69
Eddie Matos (Peter Marques) 7/18/78
Robin Mattson (Heather Webber) 6/1/56
Sofia Mattson (Sasha Gilmore) 6/1/56
Brad Maule (Dr. Tony Jones) 10/11/51
Frank Maxwell (Dan Rooney) 11/17/16-8/4/04
Leigh J. McCloskey (Damian Smith) 6/21/55
Eden McCoy (Josslynn Jacks) 6/10/2003
Grayson McCouch (Kyle Sloane) 10/29/68
Kimberly McCullough (Robin Scorpio-Drake) 3/5/78
Kurt McKinney (Ned Ashton) 2/15/62
Coby Ryan McLaughlin (Shilo/David Henry ‘Hank’ Archer) 5/17/76
Emily McLaughlin (Jessie Brewer) 12/1/30-4/26/91
Ron Melendez (Dr. Andy Archer) 12/1/72
Lilly Melgar (Lily Rivera Corinthos) 7/30/69
David Mendenhall (Mike Webber) 6/13/71
Bill H. Meyers (Bill Harrison/Harry) 4/9/56
Billy Miller (Drew Cain/Jason) 9/17/79
J. Robin Miller ( Lydia Karenin Cassadine) 6/21/72
Donna Mills (Madeline Reeves) 12/11/40
Kelly Monaco (Samantha McCall Morgan) 5/23/76
Sydney Mikayla (Trina Robinson) 2/1/03
O’Neill Monahan (Rocco Falconeri) 1/19/?
Anthony Montgomery (Dr. André Maddox) 6/2/71
Rebeka Montoya (Delores Padilla) 5/12/86
Lynne Moody (Florence Campbell) 2/17/50
Demi Moore (Jackie Templeton) 11/11/62
Camila More (Anna Devane) 10/15/57
Debbi Morgan (Dr. Ellen Burgess) 9/20/56
Lindsey Morgan (Kristina Corinthos Davis) 2/27/90
M’fundo Morrison (Justus Ward) 9/5/74
Senta Moses (Winnifred Leeds) 8/8/73
Hugo Napier (Larry Ashton) 6/18/46
Jaime Ray Newman (Kristina Cassadine) 4/2/78
Stephen Nichols (Stefan Cassadine) 2/19/51
James Nigbor (Jake Spencer) 2/2007
Minae Noji (Dr. Kelly Lee) 5/30/73
Logan O’Brien (Lucas Jones) 1/21/92
Alyshia Ochse (Irina Cassadine/Cassandra) 11/2/80
Erik and Theo Olsen (Wiley Corinthos) 2/2/18
Ryan Paevey (Nathan West/James Reeves) 9/24/84
Jeffrey Vincent Parise (Carlos Rivera) 7/8/71
Nathan Parsons (Ethan Lovett) 6/16/88
Khary Payton (Terrell Jackson) 5/16/72
Andrea C. Pearson (Gia Campbell/Summer Holloway) 9/29/80
Thaao Penghlis (Victor Cassadine) 12/15/45
Joseph C. Phillips (Justus Ward) 1/17/62
Jay Pickett (Det. David Harper/Lorenzo Alcazar) 2/10/61-7/30/21
Mark Pinter (Special Agent Thomas Rayner) 3/7/50
Larry Poindexter (Asher Thomas) 2/16/59
Susan Pratt (Anne Logan) 4/29/56
Erin Hershey Presley (Alison) 9/2/76
Cynthia Preston (Faith Rosco) 5/18/67
Nicholas Pryor (Victor Collins) 1/28/35
Haley Alexis Pullos (Molly Lansing) 7/10/98
Ingo Rademacher (Jax Jacks) 4/22/71
Dominic Rains (Dr. Leo Julian) 3/1/82
Ella Ramacieri (Scout) ?
Marisa Ramirez (Gia Campbell) 9/15/77
Gail Ramsey (Susan Moore) 6/29/48
Wes Ramsey (Peter August/Henrik Faison) 10/6/77
Scott Reeves (Steven Lars Webber) 5/16/66
Aaron Refvem (Morgan Corinthos) 10/7/97
John Reilly (Sean Donely) 11/11/36-1/9/21
Peter Renaday (John Jacks) 6/9/35
Matt Riedy (Dr. Matthew Mayes) 5/1958
Robyn Richards (Maxie Jones) 1/22/87
Cheryl Richardson (Jenny Eckert Ashton) 5/8/64
Tequan Richmond (TJ Ashford) 10/30/92
Robin Riker (Naomi Dreyfus) 10/2/52
Chris Robinson (Rick Webber) 11/5/38
Sebastian Roché (Jerry Jacks) 8/4/64
Kali Rodriguez (Kristina Davis) 7/27/00
Tristan Rogers (Robert Scorpio) 6/3/46
Owen and Curtis Rufca (James West) ?
Mitchell Ryan (Frank Smith) 1/11/28
Emme Rylan (Lulu Spencer) 11/4/90
Antonio Sabato, Jr. (Jagger Cates) 2/29/72
Dahlia Salem (Claire Walsh) 11/21/71
Emma Samms (Holly Sutton) 8/28/60
Marc Anthony Samuel (Felix DuBois) 5/8/68
Aaron Sanders (Morgan Quartermaine) 4/16/96
Brytni Sarpy (Valerie Spencer) 9/21/87
Paul Satterfield (Paul Hornsby) 8/19/60
Michael Saucedo (Juan Santiago) 7/11/76
Ava & Grace Scarola (Avery Jerome Corinthos) 4/26/2014
Carly Schroeder (Serena Baldwin) 10/18/90
Coltin Scott/Stephen Martines (Nikolas Cassadine) 7/23/75
Ignacio Serricchio (Diego Alcazar) 4/19/82
Amanda Setton (Brook Lynn Quartermaine) 12/16/85
Charles Shaughnessy (Alistair Durban) 2/9/55
Dough Sheehan (Joe Kelly) 4/27/49
Parry Shen (Brad Cooper) 6/26/73
Graham Shiels (Cody Paul) 12/26/70
Kin Shriner (Scott Baldwin) 12/6/53
Brooklyn Rae Silzer (Emma Scorpio-Drake) 4/24/06
Jennifer Sky (Sarah Webber) 10/13/77
Tava Smiley (Chloe Morgan Ashton) 10/19/71
Stephen A. Smith (Brick) 10/14/67
Rena Sofer (Lois Cerullo Ashton) 12/2/68
Pepi Sonuga (Taylor DuBois) 9/8/93
Rick Springfield (Dr. Noah Drake/Eli) 8/23/49
Michelle Stafford (Nina Reeves Clay) 9/14/65
John Stamos (Blackie Parrish) 8/19/63
Darby Stanchfield (Amelia Joffe) 4/29/71
Richard Steinmetz (Joe Scully, Jr.) 2/16/59
Stella Stevens (Jake) 10/1/36
Danica Stewart (Maxie Jones) 8/2/83
Garren Stitt (Oscar Nero) 1/21/03
Julian Stone (Jerry Jacks) 12/31/62
Kirsten Storms (Maxie Jones) 4/8/84
Mathew St. Patrick (Marcus Taggert) 3/17/69
Sally Struthers (Jennifer Smith) 1/28/47
James Patrick Stuart (Valentin) 6/16/68
Gloria Stuart (Catherine) 7/4/1910-9/26/2010
Katie Stuart (Sage Alcazar) 8/22/84
Kelly Sullivan (Connie Falconeri/Kate Howard) 2/3/78
Michael Sutton (Stone Cates) 6/18/71
Josh Swickard (Harrison Chase) 7/4/92
Amber Rose Tamblyn (Emily Quartermaine) 5/14/83
Barbara Tarbuck (Lady Jane Jacks) 1/15/42-12/26/16
Bianca Taylor (Claudia Phillips) 2/11/55
Elizabeth Taylor (Helena Cassadine) 2/27/32-3/23/11
Amanda Tepe (Colleen McHenry) 10/16/77
Kelly Thiebaud (Dr. Britt Westbourne) 1/1/85
Roy Thinnes (Phil Brewer) 4/6/38
CJ Thomason (Lucas Jones) 12/6/82
Jason Thompson (Dr. Patrick Drake) 11/20/76
Jessica Tomé (Leticia Juarez ) 9/25/84
Elena Tovar (Rosalie Martinez ) 7/30/?
Constance Towers (Helena Cassadine) 5/20/33
Ellen Travolta (Gloria Cerullo) 10/6/40
Matt Trudeau (Lucas Jones) ?
Jessica Tuck (Cassandra Pierce) 2/19/63
Donnell Turner (Curtis Ashford) 1/8/73
Janine Turner (Laura Templeton) 12/6/62
Erik Valdez (Trey Scully) 8/26/79
Greg Vaughan (Lucky Spencer) 6/15/73
Ilia Volok (Andrei Karpov) 11/22/64
Anthony Vitale (Aldo) 11/30/65
Lisa Vultaggio (Hannah Scott) 1/20/73
Johnny Wactor (Brando Corbin) 8/31
Catherine Wadkins (Mary Bishop) 6/19/75
Kristina Wagner (Felicia Scorpio) 10/30/63
Jack Wagner (Frisco Jones) 10/3/59
Tonja Walker (Olivia St. John) 9/19/60
Braden Walkes (Cameron Spencer) 9/9/2003
David Wallace (Tom Hardy) 11/23/58
Megan Ward (Kate Howard/Connie Falconeri) 9/24/69
Billy Warlock (A.J. Quartermaine) 3/26/61
Robert Palmer Watkins (Dillon Quartermaine) 6/18/88
Cynthia Watros (Nina Reeves) 9/2/68
Vernee Watson (Stella Henry) 9/28/49
Bruce Weitz (Anthony Zacchara) 5/27/43
Annie Wersching (Amelia Joffe) 3/28/77
Hudson West (Jake Spencer Morgan) 3/4/07
Maura West (Ava Jerome) 4/27/72
Dan White (Elijah Crowe) 3/25/80
Bergen Williams (Alice Gunderson) 7/14/59
Billy Dee Williams (Toussaint Dubois) 4/6/37
Bree Williamson (Claudette West) 12/28/79
Alicia Leigh Willis (Courtney Matthews) 3/1/78
Emily Wilson (Ellie Trout) 5/28/85
Landon Wine (Andreas Andropolus) 6/2/62
Sherilyn Wolter (Celia Quartermaine) 11/30/51
Laura Wright (Carly Jacks) 9/11/70
Sharon Wyatt (Tiffany Hill Donely) 2/13/53
Meg Wyllie (Lila Quartermaine/Hester Frumpkin) 2/15/17-1/1/02
David Wysocki (Tom Hardy) 11/23/58
John J. York (Mac Scorpio) 12/10/58
Jacob Young (Lucky Spencer) 9/10/79
Dominic Zamprogna (Dante Falconeri) 4/21/79
Jackie Zeman (Bobbie Spencer) 3/6/53

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Actor

Curtis Byron Ashford Donnell Turner
Thomas “TJ” Ashford, Jr. Tajh Bellow
Edward “Ned” Lawrence Ashton Quartermaine Wally Kurth*
Peter August Wes Ramsey
Scott Baldwin Kin Shriner*
Brick Stephen A. Smith*
Shawn Butler Sean Blakemore
Drew Cain Cameron Mathison
Emily Scout Cain Ella Ramacieri*
Charlotte Cassadine Scarlett Fernandez*
Nina Reeves Cassadine Cynthia Watros
Nikolas Cassadine Marcus Coloma
Spencer Cassadine Nicholas Chavez
Valentin Cassadine James Patrick Stuart
Victor Cassadine Charles Shaughnessy
Phyllis Caulfield Joyce Guy*
Gregory Chase Gregory Harrison*
Harrison Chase Josh Swickard
Lucy Coe Lynn Herring*
Brando Corbin Johnny Wactor*
Gladys Corbin Bonnie Burroughs*
Dr. Kevin Collins/Ryan Chamberlain Jon Lindstrom*
Brad Cooper Parry Shen*
Avery Jerome Corinthos Ava & Grace Scarola*
Carly Corinthos Laura Wright
Michael Quartermaine Corinthos, III Chad Duell
Michael “Sonny” Corinthos, Jr. Maurice Benard
Wiley Corinthos Caleb and Kyler Ends*
Alexis Davis Nancy Lee Grahn
Kristina Corinthos Davis Lexi Ainsworth*
Molly Lansing Davis Haley Alexis Pullos*
Anna Devane Finola Hughes
Emma Scorpio Drake Brooklyn Rae Silzer*
Amy Driscoll Risa Louise Dorken*
Felix DuBois Marc Anthony Samuel*
Dante Falconeri Dominic Zamprogna
Leo Falconeri Aaron Bradshaw*
Olivia Maria Falconeri Lisa LoCicero
Rocco Falconeri O’Neill Monahan*
Dr. Hamilton Finn Michael Easton
Violet Finn Jophielle Love*
Austin Gatlin-Holt Roger Howarth
Sasha Gilmore Sofia Mattsson*
Martin Grey Michael E. Knight*
Stella Henry Vernee Watson*
Josslyn John Jacks Eden McCoy
Ava Jerome Maura West
Epiphany Johnson Sonya Eddy*
Louise Jones Harper and Scarlett Bloom*
Lucas Jones Matt Trudeau*
Marshall Robert Gossett
Mariah Maximilliana “Maxie” Jones Kirsten Storms
Diane Miller Carolyn Hennesy*
Lorraine “Harmony” Miller Inga Cadranel*
Danny Morgan Porter Fasullo
Jake Spencer Morgan Hudson West*
Jason Morgan Steve Burton
Samantha “Sam” McCall Morgan Kelly Monaco
Joey Novack Patrick Zeller
Dr. Liesl Obrecht Kathleen Gati*
Esmé Prince Avery Pohl*
Brook Lynn Quartermaine Amanda Setton
Dr. Monica Bard Quartermaine Leslie Charleson*
Dr. Terry Randolph Cassandra James*
Sergeant Robinson Nathaniel Harris*
Portia Robinson Brook Kerr*
Trina Robinson Sydney Mikayla*
Felicia Scorpio-Jones Kristina Wagner*
Malcolm “Mac” Scorpio John J. York*
Robin Scorpio-Drake Kimberly McCullough*
Robert Scorpio Tristan Rogers*
Deanna Sirtis Dioni Michelle Collins*
Aiden Spencer Jason David*
Bobbie Spencer Jacklyn Zeman*
Cameron Webber Spencer William Lipton*
Laura Spencer Collins Genie Francis
Damian Spinelli Bradford Anderson*
Georgie Spinelli Lily Fisher*
Marcus Taggert Réal Andrews*
Willow Tait /Kali Miller Katelyn MacMullen
Jackie Templeton Kim Delaney*
Elizabeth Webber Rebecca Herbst
James West Owen and Curtis Rufca*
Britt Westbourne Kelly Thiebaud

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CURRENT
Leroy Jethro Gibbs…Mark Harmon
Donald Mallard…David McCallum
Timothy McGee…Sean Murray
Jimmy Palmer…Brian Dietzen
Leon Vance…Rocky Carroll
Nick Torres…Wilmer Valderrama
Kasie Hines…Diona Reasonover
Senior FBI Agent T.C. Fornell…Joe Spano
Delilah Fielding…Margo Harshman

PAST
Jack Sloane…Maria Bello
Ellie Bishop…Emily Wickersham
Abby Sciuto…Pauley Perrette
Anthony DiNozzo…Michael Weatherly
Ziva David…Cote de Pablo
Jenny Shepard…Lauren Holly
Caitlin Todd…Sasha Alexander
Jeanne Benoit…Scottie Thompson
Mike Franks…Muse Watson
Gerald Jackson…Pancho Demmings
Trent Kort…David Dayan Fisher
Tom Morrow…Alan Dale
Cynthia Sumner…Stephanie Mello
Special Agent Michelle Lee…Liza Lapira
Secretary of the Navy Clayton Jarvis…Matt Craven
Anthony DiNozzo, Sr….Robert Wagner
Kelly Gibbs…Mary Mouser
Army Lt. Col. Hollis Mann…Susanna Thompson
Jackson Gibbs…Ralph Waite
Erica Jane ‘EJ’ Barrett…Sarah Jane Morris
Special Agent Paula Cassidy…Jessica Steen
Ari Haswari…Rudolf Martin
Shannon Gibbs…Darby Stanchfield
Mossad Director Eli David…Michael Nouri
Guy Ross…Kent Shocknek
Mossad Officer Michael Rivkin…Merik Tadros
CGIS Agent Abigail Borin…Diane Neal
Alejandro Rivera…Marco Sanchez
NCIS Probationary Agent Ned Dorneget…Matt Jones
Dr. Samantha Ryan…Jamie Lee Curtis

NCIS: Los Angeles

CURRENT
G. Callen…Chris O’Donnell
Kensi Blye…Daniela Ruah
Eric Beale…Barrett Foa
Hetty Lange…Linda Hunt
Sam Hanna…LL Cool J
Marty Deeks…Eric Christian Olsen
Nell Jones…Renée Felice Smith
Owen Granger…Miguel Ferrer
Nate Getz…Peter Cambor

PAST
Dominic Vail…Adam Jamal Craig
Arkady Kolcheck…Vyto Ruginis
Vostanik Sabatino…Erik Palladino
Lauren Hunter…Claire Forlani
Anna Kolcheck…Bar Paly
NCIS Agent Thompson…Jeronimo Spinx
Marcel Janvier…Christopher Lambert

NCIS: New Orleans

Dwayne Pride…Scott Bakula
Christopher LaSalle…Lucas Black
Meredith Brody…Zoe McLellan
Sebastian Lund…Rob Kerkovich
Loretta Wade…CCH Pounder
Patton Plame…Daryl Mitchell
Sonja Percy…Shalita Grant
JPSO Deputy…Patrick Constantine Bertagnolli Jr.
Laurel Pride…Shanley Caswell
Douglas Hamilton…Steven Weber

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SEASON ONE

1 1-01 January 21, 2016 “Pilot, Part 1”
2 1-02 January 28, 2016 “Pilot, Part 2”
3 1-03 February 4, 2016 “Blood Ties”
4 1-04 February 11, 2016 “White Knights”
5 1-05 February 18, 2016 “Fail-Safe”
6 1-06 February 25, 2016 “Star City 2046”
7 1-07 March 3, 2016 “Marooned”
8 1-08 March 10, 2016 “Night of the Hawk”
9 1-09 March 31, 2016 “Left Behind”
10 1-10 April 7, 2016 “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head”
11 1-11 April 14, 2016 “The Magnificent Eight”
12 1-12 April 21, 2016 “Last Refuge”
13 1-13 April 28, 2016 “Leviathan”
14 1-14 May 5, 2016 “River of Time”
15 1-15 May 12, 2016 “Destiny”
16 1-16 May 19, 2016 “Legendary”

SEASON TWO

17 2-01 October 13, 2016 “Out of Time”
18 2-02 October 20, 2016 “The Justice Society of America”
19 2-03 October 27, 2016 “Shogun”
20 2-04 November 3, 2016 “Abominations”
21 2-05 November 10, 2016 “Compromised”
22 2-06 November 17, 2016 “Outlaw Country”
23 2-07 December 1, 2016 “Invasion!”
24 2-08 December 8, 2016 “The Chicago Way”
25 2-09 January 24, 2017 “Raiders of the Lost Art”
26 2-10 January 31, 2017 “The Legion of Doom”
27 2-11 February 7, 2017 “Turncoat”
28 2-12 February 21, 2017 “Camelot/3000”
29 2-13 March 7, 2017 “Land of the Lost”
30 2-14 March 14, 2017 “Moonshot”
31 2-15 March 21, 2017 “Fellowship of the Spear”
32 2-16 March 28, 2017 “Doomworld”
33 2-17 April 4, 2017 “Aruba”

SEASON THREE

34 3-01 October 10, 2017 “Aruba-Con”
35 3-02 October 17, 2017 “Freakshow”
36 3-03 October 24, 2017 “Zari”
37 3-04 October 31, 2017 “Phone Home”
38 3-05 November 7, 2017 “Return of the Mack”
39 3-06 November 14, 2017 “Helen Hunt”
40 3-07 November 21, 2017 “Welcome to the Jungle”
41 3-08 November 28, 2017 “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 4”
42 3-09 December 5, 2017 “Beebo the God of War”
43 3-10 February 12, 2018 “Daddy Darhkest”
44 3-11 February 19, 2018 “Here I Go Again”
45 3-12 February 26, 2018 “The Curse of the Earth Totem”
46 3-13 March 5, 2018 “No Country for Old Dads”
47 3-14 March 12, 2018 “Amazing Grace”
48 3-15 March 19, 2018 “Necromancing the Stone”
49 3-16 March 26, 2018 “I, Ava”
50 3-17 April 2, 2018 “Guest Starring John Noble”
51 3-18 April 2, 2018 “The Good, the Bad and the Cuddly”

SEASON FOUR

52 4-01 October 22, 2018 “The Virgin Gary”
53 4-02 October 29, 2018 “Witch Hunt”
54 4-03 November 5, 2018 “Dancing Queen”
55 4-04 November 12, 2018 “Wet Hot American Bummer”
56 4-05 November 19, 2018 “Tagumo Attacks!!!”
57 4-06 November 26, 2018 “Tender is the Nate”
58 4-07 December 3, 2018 “Hell No, Dolly!”
59 4-08 December 10, 2018 “Legends of To-Meow-Meow”
60 4-09 April 1, 2019 “Lucha De Apuestas”
61 4-10 April 8, 2019 “The Getaway”
62 4-11 April 15, 2019 “Séance and Sensibility”
63 4-12 April 22, 2019 “The Eggplant, the Witch & the Wardrobe”
64 4-13 April 29, 2019 “Egg MacGuffin”
65 4-14 May 6, 2019 “Nip | Stuck”
66 4-15 May 13, 2019 “Terms of Service”
67 4-16 May 20, 2019 “Hey, World!”

SEASON FIVE

68 5-01 January 14, 2020 “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 5”
69 5-02 January 21, 2020 “Meet the Legends”
70 5-03 February 4, 2020 “Miss Me, Kiss Me, Love Me”
71 5-04 February 11, 2020 “Slay Anything”
72 5-05 February 18, 2020 “A Head of Her Time”
73 5-06 February 25, 2020 “Mortal Khanbat”
74 5-07 March 10, 2020 “Mr. Parker’s Cul-De-Sac”
75 5-08 March 17, 2020 “Romeo V. Juliet: Down of Justness”
76 5-09 April 21, 2020 “Zari, Not Zari”
77 5-10 April 28, 2020 “The Great British Fake Off”
78 5-11 May 5, 2020 “Ship Broken”
79 5-12 May 12, 2020 “Freaks and Greeks”
80 5-13 May 19, 2020 “I Am Legends”
81 5-14 May 26, 2020 “The One Where We’re Trapped on TV”
82 5-15 June 2, 2020 “Swan Thong”

SEASON SIX

83 6-01 May 2, 2021 “Ground Control to the Sara Lance”
84 6-02 May 9, 2021 “Meat: The Legends”
85 6-03 May 16, 2021 “The Ex-Factor”
86 6-04 May 23, 2021 “Bay of Squids”
87 6-05 June 6, 2021 “The Satanist’s Apprentice”
88 6-06 June 13, 2021 “Bishop’s Gambit”
89 6-07 June 20, 2021 “Back to the Finale, Part II”
90 6-08 June 27, 2021 “Stressed Western”
91 6-09 July 11, 2021 “This is Gus”
92 6-10 July 18, 2021 “Bad Blood”
93 6-11 August 8, 2021 “The Final Frame”
94 6-12 August 15, 2021 “Bored on Board Onboard”
95 6-13 August 22, 2021 “Silence of the Sonograms”
96 6-14 August 29, 2021 “There Will Be Brood”
97 6-15 September 5, 2021 “The Fungus Amongus

SEASON SEVEN

98 7-01 October 13, 2021 “The Bullet Blondes”
84 7-02 October 20, 2021 “The Need for Speed”
85 7-03 October 27, 2021 “wvrdr_error_100 not found”
86 7-04 November 3, 2021 “Speakeasy Does It”

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Ray Palmer/The Atom…Brandon Routh

Sara Lance/White Canary…Caity Lotz

Mick Rory/Heat Wave…Dominic Purcell

Amaya Jiwe/Vixen…Maisie Richardson-Sellers

Nate Heywood/Steel…Nick Zano

Leonard Snart/Captain Cold…Wentworth Miller

Zari Tomaz…Tala Ashe

Gideon…Amy Louise Pemberton

Rip Hunter…Arthur Darvill

Damien Darhk…Neal McDonough

Ava Sharpe…Jes Macallan

Nora Darhk…Courtney Ford

Mallus…John Noble

Jefferson Jackson “Jax” /Firestorm…Franz Drameh

Dr. Martin Stein /Firestorm…Victor Garber

Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl…Ciara Renée

Eobard Thawne…Matt Letscher

Lily Stein…Christina Brucato

Vandal Savage…Casper Crump

Carter Hall…Falk Hentschel

Malcolm Merlyn…John Barrowman

Clarissa Stein…Isabella Hofmann

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Leverage Season 1

12/7/08 “The Nigerian Job”
12/9/08 “The Homecoming Job”
12/16/08 “The Two-Horse Job”
12/23/08 “The Miracle Job”
12/30/08 “The Bank Shot Job”
1/6/09 “The Stork Job”
1/13/09 “The Wedding Job”
1/20/09 “The Mile High Job”
1/27/09 “The Snow Job”
2/3/09 “The 12-Step Job”
2/10/09 “The Juror #6 Job”
12/17/09 “The First David Job”
12/24/09 “The Second David Job”

Season 2

7/15/09 “The Beantown Bailout Job”
7/22/09 “The Tap-Out Job”
7/29/09 “The Order 23 Job”
8/5/09 “The Fairy Godparents Job”
8/12/09 “The Three Days of “The Hunter Job”
8/19/09 “The Top Hat Job”
8/26/09 “The Two Live Crew Job”
9/2/09 “The Ice Man Job”
9/9/09 “The Lost Heir Job”
1/13/10 “The Runway Job”
1/20/10 “The Bottle Job”
1/27/10 “The Zanzibar Marketplace Job”
2/3/10 “The Future Job”
2/10/10 “The Three Strikes Job”
2/17/10 “The Maltese Falcon Job”

Season 3

6/20/10 “The Jailhouse Job”
6/20/10 “The Reunion Job”
6/27/10 “The Inside Job”
6/27/10 “The Scheherazade Job”
7/11/10 “The Double-Blind Job”
7/18/10 “The Studio Job”
7/25/10 “The Gone Fishin’ Job”
8/1/10 “The Boost Job”
8/8/10 “The Three-Card Monte Job”
8/15/10 “The Underground Job”
8/22/10 “The Rashomon Job”
8/29/10 “The King George Job”
9/5/10 “The Morning After Job”
12/12/10 “The Ho, Ho, Ho Job”
12/19/10 “The Big Bang Job”
12/19/10 “The San Lorenzo Job”

Season 4

6/26/11 “The Long Way Down Job”
7/3/11 “The 10 Li’l Grifters Job”
7/10/11 “The 15 Minutes Job”
7/17/11 “The Van Gogh Job”
7/24/11 “The Hot Potato Job”
7/31/11 “The Carnival Job”
8/14/11 “The Grave Danger Job”
8/14/11 “The Boiler Room Job”
8/21/11 “The Cross My Heart Job”
8/28/11 “The Queen’s Gambit Job”
11/27/11 “The Experimental Job”
12/4/11 “The Office Job”
12/11/11 “The Girls’ Night Out Job”
12/18/11 “The Boys’ Night Out Job”
12/25/11 “The Lonely Hearts Job”
1/1/12 “The Gold Job”
1/8/12 “The Radio Job”
1/15/12 “The Last Dam Job”

Season 5

7/15/12 “The (Very) Big Bird Job”
7/22/12 “The Blue Line Job”
8/5/12 “The First Contact Job”
8/12/12 “The French Connection Job”
8/19/12 “The Gimme a K Street Job”
8/26/12 “The D.B. Cooper Job”
9/2/12 “The Real Fake Car Job”
9/9/12 “The Broken Wing Job”
9/16/12 “The Rundown Job”
9/16/12 “The Frame-Up Job”
11/27/12 “The Low Low Price Job”
2/4/12 “The White Rabbit Job”
12/11/12 “The Corkscrew Job”
12/18/12 “The Toy Job”
12/25/12 “The Long Goodbye Job”

Leverage: Redemption

Season 1

7/9/21 “The Too Many Rembrandts Job”
“The Panamanian Monkeys Job”
“The Rollin’ on “The River Job”
“The Tower Job”
“The Paranormal Hacktivity Job”
“The Card Game Job”
“The Double-Edged Sword Job”
“The Mastermind Job”

Season 2

10/8/21:  “The Bucket Job”
“The Unwellness Job”
“The Jackal Job”
“The Golf Job”
“The Hurricane Job”
“The Great Train Job”
“The Muddy Waters Job”
“The Harry Wilson Job”

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Grey's Anatomy

SEASON ONE

1 1-01 March 27, 2005 “A Hard Day’s Night”
2 1-02 April 03, 2005 “The First Cut Is the Deepest”
3 1-03 April 10, 2005 “Winning a Battle, Losing the War”
4 1-04 April 17, 2005 “No Man’s Land”
5 1-05 April 24, 2005 “Shake Your Groove Thing”
6 1-06 May 01, 2005 “If Tomorrow Never Comes”
7 1-07 May 08, 2005 “The Self-Destruct Button”
8 1-08 May 15, 2005 “Save Me”
9 1-09 May 22, 2005 “Who’s Zoomin’ Who?”

SEASON TWO

10 2-01 September 25, 2005 “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head”
11 2-02 October 2, 2005 “Enough Is Enough (No More Tears)”
12 2-03 October 9, 2005 “Make Me Lose Control”
13 2-04 October 16, 2005 “Deny, Deny, Deny”
14 2-05 October 23, 2005 “Bring the Pain”
15 2-06 October 30, 2005 “Into You Like a Train”
16 2-07 November 6, 2005 “Something to Talk About”
17 2-08 November 13, 2005 “Let It Be”
18 2-09 November 20, 2005 “Thanks for the Memories”
19 2-10 November 27, 2005 “Much Too Much”
20 2-11 December 4, 2005 “Owner of a Lonely Heart”
21 2-12 December 11, 2005 “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer”
22 2-13 January 15, 2006 “Begin the Begin”
23 2-14 January 22, 2006 “Tell Me Sweet Little Lies”
24 2-15 January 29, 2006 “Break on Through”
25 2-16 Febrary 5, 2006 “It’s the End of the World”
26 2-17 Febrary 12, 2006 “As We Know it”
27 2-18 Febrary 19, 2006 “Yesterday”
28 2-19 Febrary 26, 2006 “What Have I Done to Deserve This?”
29 2-20 March 12, 2006 “Band-Aid Covers the Bullet Hole”
30 2-21 March 19, 2006 “Superstition”
31 2-22 April 2, 2006 “The Name of the Game”
32 2-23 April 30, 2006 “Blues for Sister Someone”
33 2-24 May 7, 2006 “Blues for Sister Someone”
34 2-25 May 14, 2006 “17 Seconds”
35 2-26 May 15, 2006 “Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response”
36 2-27 May 15, 2006 “Losing My Religion”

SEASON THREE

37 3-01 September 21, 2006 “Time Has Come Today”
38 3-02 September 28, 2006 “I Am a Tree”
39 3-03 October 5, 2006 “Sometimes a Fantasy”
40 3-04 October 12, 2006 “What I Am”
41 3-05 October 19, 2006 “Oh, the Guilt”
42 3-06 November 2, 2006 “Let the Angels Commit”
43 3-07 November 9, 2006 “Where the Boys Are”
44 3-08 November 16, 2006 “Staring at the Sun”
45 3-09 November 23, 2006 “From a Whisper to a Scream”
46 3-10 November 30, 2006 “Don’t Stand So Close to Me”
47 3-11 January 11, 2007 “Six Days (1)”
48 3-12 January 18, 2007 “Six Days (2)”
49 3-13 January 25, 2007 “Great Expectations”
50 3-14 February 1, 2007 “Wishin’ and Hopin'”
51 3-15 Febrary 8, 2007 “Walk on Water”
52 3-16 Febrary 15, 2007 “Drowning on Dry Land”
53 3-17 Febrary 22, 2007 “Some Kind of Miracle”
54 3-18 March 15, 2007 “Scars and Souvenirs”
55 3-19 March 22, 2007 “My Favorite Mistake”
56 3-20 April 19, 2007 “Time After Time”
57 3-21 April 26, 2007 “Desire”
58 3-22 May 3, 2007 “The Other Side of This Life (1)”
59 3-23 May 3, 2007 “The Other Side of This Life (2)”
60 3-24 May 10, 2007 “Testing 1-2-3”
61 3-25 May 17, 2007 “Didn’t We Almost Have It All”

SEASON FOUR

62 4-01 September 27, 2007 “A Change Is Gonna Come”
63 4-02 October 4, 2007 “Love/Addiction”
64 4-03 October 11, 2007 “Let the Truth Sting”
65 4-04 October 18, 2007 “The Heart of the Matter”
66 4-05 October 25, 2007 “Haunt You Every Day”
67 4-06 November 1, 2007 “Kung Fu Fighting”
68 4-07 November 8, 2007 “Physical Attraction… Chemical Reaction”
69 4-08 November 15, 2007 “Forever Young”
70 4-09 November 22, 2007 “Crash Into Me (1)”
71 4-10 December 6, 2007 “Crash Into Me (2)”
72 4-11 January 10, 2008 “Lay Your Hands on Me”
73 4-12 April 24, 2008 “Where the Wild Things Are”
74 4-13 May 1, 2008 “Piece of My Heart”
75 4-14 May 8, 2008 “The Becoming”
76 4-15 May 15, 2008 “Losing My Mind”
77 4-16 May 22, 2008 “Freedom (1)”
78 4-17 May 22, 2008 “Freedom (2)”

SEASON FIVE

79 5-01 September 25, 2008 “Dream a Little Dream of Me (1)”
80 5-02 September 25, 2008 “Dream a Little Dream of Me (1)”
81 5-03 October 9, 2008 “Here Comes the Flood”
82 5-04 October 16, 2008 “Brave New World”
83 5-05 October 23, 2008 “There’s No ‘I’ in Team”
84 5-06 October 30, 2008 “Life During Wartime”
85 5-07 November 6, 2008 “Rise Up”
86 5-08 November 13, 2008 “These Ties That Bind”
87 5-09 November 20, 2008 “In the Midnight Hour”
88 5-10 December 4, 2008 “All by Myself”
89 5-11 January 8, 2009 “Wish You Were Here”
90 5-12 January 15, 2009 “Sympathy for the Devil”
91 5-13 January 22, 2009 “Stairway to Heaven”
92 5-14 February 5, 2009 “Beat Your Heart Out”
93 5-15 Febrary 12, 2009 “Before and After”
94 5-16 Febrary 19, 2009 “An Honest Mistake”
95 5-17 March 12, 2009 “I Will Follow You Into the Dark”
96 5-18 March 19, 2009 “Stand by Me”
97 5-19 March 26, 2009 “Elevator Love Letter”
98 5-20 April 23, 2009 “Sweet Surrender”
99 5-21 April 30, 2009 “No Good at Saying Sorry”
100 5-22 May 7, 2009 “What a Difference a Day Makes”
101 5-23 May 14, 2009 “Here’s to the Future”
102 5-24 May 14, 2009 “Now or Never”

SEASON SIX

103 6-01 September 24, 2009 “Good Mourning”
104 6-02 September 24, 2009 “Goodbye”
105 6-03 October 1, 2009 “I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watchin’ Me”
106 6-04 October 8, 2009 “Tainted Obligation”
107 6-05 October 15, 2009 “Invasion”
108 6-06 October 22, 2009 “I Saw What I Saw”
109 6-07 October 29, 2009 “Give Peace a Chance”
110 6-08 November 5, 2009 “Invest in Love”
111 6-09 November 12, 2009 “New History”
112 6-10 November 19, 2009 “Holidaze”
113 6-11 January 14, 2010 “Blink”
114 6-12 January 21, 2010 “I Like You So Much Better When You’re Naked”
115 6-13 February 4, 2010 “State of Love and Trust”
116 6-14 Febrary 11, 2010 “Valentine’s Day Massacre”
117 6-15 Febrary 18, 2010 “The Time Warp”
118 6-16 March 4, 2010 “Perfect Little Accident”
119 6-17 March 11, 2010 “Push”
120 6-18 March 25, 2010 “Suicide Is Painless”
121 6-19 April 1, 2010 “Sympathy for the Parents”
122 6-20 April 29, 2010 “Hook, Line, and Sinner”
123 6-21 May 6, 2010 “How Insensitive”
124 6-22 May 13, 2010 “Shiny Happy People”
125 6-23 May 20, 2010 “Sanctuary”
126 6-23 May 20, 2010 “Death and All His Friends”

SEASON SEVEN

127 7-01 September 23, 2010 “With You I’m Born Again”
128 7-02 September 30, 2010 “Shock to the System”
129 7-03 October 7, 2010 “Superfreak”
130 7-04 October 14, 2010 “Can’t Fight Biology”
131 7-05 October 21, 2010 “Almost Grown”
132 7-06 October 28, 2010 “These Arms of Mine”
133 7-07 November 4, 2010 “That’s Me Trying”
134 7-08 November 11, 2010 “Something’s Gotta Give”
135 7-09 November 18, 2010 “Slow Night, So Long”
136 7-10 December 2, 2010 “Adrift and at Peace”
137 7-11 January 6, 2011 “Disarm”
138 7-12 January 13, 2011 “Start Me Up”
139 7-13 Febrary 3, 2011 “Don’t Deceive Me”
140 7-14 Febrary 10, 2011 “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)”
141 7-15 Febrary 17, 2011 “Golden Hour”
142 7-16 Febrary 24, 2011 “Not Responsible”
143 7-17 March 24, 2011 “This Is How We Do It”
144 7-18 March 31, 2011 “Song Beneath the Song”
145 7-19 April 28, 2011 “It’s a Long Way Back”
146 7-20 May 5, 2011 “White Wedding”
147 7-21 May 12, 2011 “I Will Survive”
148 7-22 May 19, 2011 “Unaccompanied Minor”

SEASON EIGHT

149 8-01 September 22, 2011 “Free Falling”
150 8-02 September 22, 2011 “She’s Gone”
151 8-03 September 29, 2011 “Take the Lead”
152 8-04 October 6, 2011 “What Is It About Men”
153 8-05 October 13, 2011 “Love, Loss and Legacy”
154 8-06 October 20, 2011 “Poker Face”
155 8-07 October 27, 2011 “Put Me In, Coach”
156 8-08 November 3, 2011 “Heart-Shaped Box”
157 8-09 November 10, 2011 “Dark Was the Night”
158 8-10 January 5, 2012 “Suddenly”
159 8-11 January 12, 2012 “This Magic Moment”
160 8-12 January 19, 2012 “Hope for the Hopeless”
161 8-13 Febrary 2, 2012 “If/then”
162 8-14 Febrary 9, 2012 “All You Need Is Love”
163 8-15 Febrary 16, 2012 “Have You Seen Me Lately?”
164 8-16 Febrary 23, 2012 “If Only You Were Lonely”
165 8-17 March 15, 2012 “One Step Too Far”
166 8-18 April 5, 2012 “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
167 8-19 April 12, 2012 “Support System”
168 8-20 April 19, 2012 “The Girl with No Name”
169 8-21 April 26, 2012 “Moment of Truth”
170 8-22 May 3, 2012 “Let the Bad Times Roll”
171 8-23 May 10, 2012 “Migration”
172 8-24 May 17, 2012 “Flight”

SEASON NINE

173 9-01 September 27, 2012 “Going, Going, Gone”
174 9-02 October 4, 2012 “Remember the Time”
175 9-03 October 18, 2012 “Love the One You’re With”
176 9-04 October 25, 2012 “I Saw Her Standing There”
177 9-05 November 8, 2012 “Beautiful Doom”
178 9-06 November 15, 2012 “Second Opinion”
179 9-07 November 29, 2012 “I Was Made for Lovin’ You”
180 9-08 December 6, 2012 “Love Turns You Upside Down”
181 9-09 December 13, 2012 “Run, Baby, Run”
182 9-10 January 10, 2013 “Things We Said Today”
183 9-11 January 17, 2013 “The End Is the Beginning Is the End”
184 9-12 January 24, 2013 “Walking on a Dream”
185 9-13 January 31, 2013 “Bad Blood”
186 9-14 Febrary 7, 2013 “The Face of Change”
187 9-15 Febrary 14, 2013 “Hard Bargain”
188 9-16 Febrary 21, 2013 “This Is Why We Fight”
189 9-17 March 14, 2013 “Transplant Wasteland”
190 9-18 March 21, 2013 “Idle Hands”
191 9-19 March 28, 2013 “Can’t Fight This Feeling”
192 9-20 April 4, 2013 “She’s Killing Me”
193 9-21 April 25, 2013 “Sleeping Monster”
194 9-22 May 9, 2013 “Do You Believe in Magic”
195 9-23 May 9, 2013 “Readiness Is All”
196 9-24 May 16, 2013 “Perfect Storm”

SEASON TEN

197 10-01 September 26, 2013 “Seal Our Fate”
198 10-02 September 26, 2013 “I Want You with Me”
199 10-03 October 3, 2013 “Everybody’s Crying Mercy”
200 10-04 October 10, 2013 “Puttin’ on the Ritz”
201 10-05 October 17, 2013 “I Bet It Stung”
202 10-06 October 24, 2013 “Map of You”
203 10-07 October 31, 2013 “Thriller”
204 10-08 November 7, 2013 “Two Against One”
205 10-09 November 14, 2013 “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word”
206 10-10 November 21, 2013 “Somebody That I Used to Know”
207 10-11 December 5, 2013 “Man on the Moon”
208 10-12 December 12, 2013 “Get Up, Stand Up”
209 10-13 Febrary 27, 2014 “Take It Back”
210 10-14 March 6, 2014 “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”
211 10-15 March 13, 2014 “Throwing It All Away”
212 10-16 March 20, 2014 “We Gotta Get Out of This Place”
213 10-17 March 27, 2014 “Do You Know?”
214 10-18 April 3, 2014 “You Be Illin'”
215 10-19 April 10, 2014 “I’m Winning”
216 10-20 April 17, 2014 “Go It Alone”
217 10-21 April 24, 2014 “Change of Heart”
218 10-22 May 1, 2014 “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”
219 10-23 May 8, 2014 “Everything I Try to Do, Nothing Seems to Turn Out Right”
220 10-24 May 15, 2014 “Feat (of the Unknown)”

SEASON ELEVEN

221 11-01 September 25, 2014 “I Must Have Lost It on the Wind”
222 11-02 October 2, 2014 “Puzzle with a Piece Missing”
223 11-03 October 9, 2014 “Got to Be Real”
224 11-04 October 16, 2014 “Only Mama Knows”
225 11-05 October 23, 2014 “Bend and Break”
226 11-06 November 6, 2014 “Don’t Let’s Start”
227 11-07 November 13, 2014 “Could We Start Again, Please?”
228 11-08 November 20, 2014 “Risk”
229 11-09 January 29, 2015 “Where Do We Go from Here”
230 11-10 Febrary 5, 2015 “The Bed’s Too Big Without You”
231 11-11 Febrary 12, 2015 “All I Could Do Was Cry”
232 11-12 Febrary 19, 2015 “The Great Pretender”
233 11-13 Febrary 26, 2015 “Staring at the End”
234 11-14 March 5, 2015 “The Distance”
235 11-15 March 12, 2015 “I Feel the Earth Move”
236 11-16 March 19, 2015 “Don’t Dream It’s Over”
237 11-17 March 26, 2015 “With or Without You”
238 11-18 April 2, 2015 “When I Grow Up”
239 11-19 April 9, 2015 “Crazy Love”
240 11-20 April 16, 2015 “One Flight Down”
241 11-21 April 23, 2015 “How to Save a Life”
242 11-22 April 30, 2015 “She’s Leaving Home”
243 11-23 May 7, 2015 “Time Stops”
244 11-24 May 14, 2015 “You’re My Home”

SEASON TWELVE

245 12-01 September 24, 2015 “Sledgehammer”
246 12-02 October 1, 2015 “Walking Tall”
247 12-03 October 8, 2015 “I Choose You”
248 12-04 October 15, 2015 “Old Time Rock and Roll”
249 12-05 October 22, 2015 “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”
250 12-06 November 5, 2015 “The Me Nobody Knows”
251 12-07 November 12, 2015 “Something Against You”
252 12-08 November 19, 2015 “Things We Lost in the Fire”
253 12-09 Febrary 11, 2016 “The Sound of Silence”
254 12-10 Febrary 18, 2016 “All I Want Is You”
255 12-11 Febrary 25, 2016 “Unbreak My Heart”
256 12-12 March 3, 2016 “My Next Life”
257 12-13 March 10, 2016 “All Eyez on Me”
258 12-14 March 17, 2016 “Odd Man Out”
259 12-15 March 24, 2016 “I Am Not Waiting Anymore”
260 12-16 March 31, 2016 “When It Hurts So Bad”
261 12-17 April 7, 2016 “I Wear the Face”
262 12-18 April 14, 2016 “There’s a Fine, Fine Line”
263 12-19 April 14, 2016 “It’s Alright, Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)”
264 12-20 April 21, 2016 “Triger Happy”
265 12-21 April 28, 2016 “You’re Gonna Need Someone on Your Side”
266 12-22 May 5, 2016 “Mama Tried”
267 12-23 May 12, 2016 “At Last”
268 12-24 May 19, 2016 “Family Affair”

SEASON THIRTEEN

269 13-01 September 2, 2016 “Undo”
270 13-02 September 29, 2016 “Catastrophe and the Cure”
271 13-03 October 6, 2016 “I Ain’t No Miracle Worker”
272 13-04 October 13, 2016 “Falling Slowly”
273 13-05 October 20, 2016 “Both Sides Now”
274 13-06 October 27, 2016 “Roar”
275 13-07 November 3, 2016 “Why Try to Change Me Now”
276 13-08 November 10, 2016 “The Room Where It Happens”
277 13-09 November 17, 2016 “You Haven’t Done Nothin'”
278 13-10 January 26, 2017 “You Can Look (But You’d Better Not Touch)”
279 13-11 Febrary 2, 2017 “Jukebox Hero”
280 13-12 Febrary 9, 2017 “None of Your Business”
281 13-13 Febrary 16, 2017 “It Only Gets Much Worse”
282 13-14 Febrary 23, 2017 “Back Where You Belong”
283 13-15 March 9, 2017 “Civil War”
284 13-16 March 16, 2017 “Who is He (And What is He to You)?”
285 13-17 March 23, 2017 “Till I Hear It from You”
286 13-18 March 30, 2017 “Be Still, My Soul”
287 13-19 April 6, 2017 “What’s Inside”
288 13-20 April 13, 2017 “In the Air Tonight”
289 13-21 April 27, 2017 “Don’t Stop Me Now”
290 13-22 May 4, 2017 “Leave It Inside”
291 13-23 May 11, 2017 “True Colors”
292 13-24 May 18, 2017 “Ring of Fire”

SEASON FOURTEEN

293 14-01 September 28, 2017 “Break Down the House”
294 14-02 September 28, 2017 “Get Off on the Pain”
295 14-03 October 5, 2017 “Go Big or Go Home”
296 14-04 October 12, 2017 “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head”
297 14-05 October 26, 2017 “Danger Zone”
298 14-06 November 2, 2017 “Come on Down to My Boat, Baby”
299 14-07 November 9, 2017 “Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story”
300 14-08 November 16, 2017 “Out of Nowhere”
301 14-09 January 18, 2018 “1-800-799-7233”
302 14-10 January 25, 2018 “Personal Jesus”
303 14-11 Febrary 1, 2018 “(Don’t Fear) the Reaper”
304 14-12 Febrary 8, 2018 “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”
305 14-13 March 1, 2018 “You Really Got a Hold on Me”
306 14-14 March 8, 2018 “Games People Play”
307 14-15 March 15, 2018 “Old Scars, Future Hearts”
308 14-16 March 22, 2018 “Caught Somewhere in Time”
309 14-17 March 29, 2018 “One Day Like This”
310 14-18 April 5, 2018 “Hold Back the River”
311 14-19 April 12, 2018 “Beautiful Dreamer”
312 14-20 April 19, 2018 “Judgment Day”
313 14-21 April 26, 2018 “Bad Reputation”
314 14-22 May 3, 2018 “Fight for Your Mind”
315 14-23 May 10, 2018 “Cold as Ice”
316 14-24 May 17, 2018 “All of Me”

SEASON FIFTEEN

317 15-01 September 27, 2018 “With a Wonder and a Wild Desire”
318 15-02 September 27, 2018 “Broken Together”
319 15-03 October 4, 2018 “Gut Feeling”
320 15-04 October 11, 2018 “Momma Knows Best”
321 15-05 October 25, 2018 “Everyday Angel”
322 15-06 November 1, 2018 “Flowers Grow Out of My Grave”
323 15-07 November 8, 2018 “Anybody Have a Map?”
324 15-08 November 15, 2018 “Blowin’ in the Wind”
325 15-09 January 17, 2019 “Shelter from the Storm”
326 15-10 January 24, 2019 “Help, I’m Alive”
327 15-11 January 31, 2019 “The Winner Takes It All”
328 15-12 Febrary 7, 2019 “Girlfriend in a Coma”
329 15-13 Febrary 14, 2019 “I Walk the Line”
330 15-14 Febrary 21, 2019 “I Want a New Drug”
331 15-15 Febrary 28, 2019 “We Didn’t Start the Fire”
332 15-16 March 7, 2019 “Blood and Water”
333 15-17 March 14, 2019 “And Dream of Sheep”
334 15-18 March 21, 2019 “Add It Up”
335 15-19 March 28, 2019 “Silent All These Years”
336 15-20 April 4, 2019 “The Whole Package”
337 15-21 April 11, 2019 “Good Shepherd”
338 15-22 April 18, 2019 “Head Over High Heels”
339 15-23 May 2, 2019 “What I Did for Love”
340 15-24 May 9, 2019 “Drawn to the Blood”
341 15-25 May 16, 2019 “Jump Into the Fog”

SEASON SIXTEEN

342 16-01 September 26, 2019 “Nothing Left to Cling To”
343 16-02 October 3, 2019 “Back in the Saddle”
344 16-03 October 10, 2019 “Runited”
345 16-04 October 17, 2019 “It’s Raining Men”
346 16-05 October 24, 2019 “Breathe Again”
347 16-06 October 31, 2019 “Whistlin’ Past the Graveyard”
348 16-07 November 7, 2019 “Papa Don’t Preach”
349 16-08 November 14, 2019 “My Shot”
350 16-09 November 21, 2019 “Let’s All Go to the Bar”
351 16-10 January 23, 2020 “Help Me Through the Night”
352 16-11 January 30, 2020 “A Hard Pill to Swallow”
353 16-12 Febrary 6, 2020 “The Last Supper”
354 16-13 Febrary 13, 2020 “Save the Last Dance for Me”
355 16-14 Febrary 20, 2020 “A Diagnosis”
356 16-15 Febrary 27, 2020 “Snowblind”
357 16-16 March 5, 2020 “Leave a Light On”
358 16-17 March 12, 2020 “Life on Mars?”
359 16-18 March 19, 2020 “Give a Little Bit”
360 16-19 March 26, 2020 “Love of My Life”
361 16-20 April 2, 2020 “Sing It Again”
362 16-21 April 9, 2020 “Put on a Happy Face”

SEASON SEVENTEEN

363 17-01 November 12, 2020 “All Tomorrow’s Parties”
364 17-02 November 12, 2020 “The Center Won’t Hold”
365 17-03 November 19, 2020 “My Happy Ending”
366 17-04 December 3, 2020 “You’ll Never Walk Alone”
367 17-05 December 10, 2020 “Fight the Power”
368 17-06 December 17, 2020 “No Time for Despair”
369 17-07 March 11, 2021 “Helplessly Hoping”
370 17-08 March 18, 2021 “It’s All Too Much”
371 17-09 March 25, 2021 “In My Life”
372 17-10 April 1, 2021 “Breathe”
373 17-11 April 8, 2021 “Sorry Doesn’t Always Make It Right”
374 17-12 April 15, 2021 “Sign o’ the Times”
375 17-13 April 22, 2021 “Good as Hell”
376 17-14 May 6, 2021 “Look Up Child”
377 17-15 May 20, 2021 “Tradition”
378 17-16 May 27, 2021 “I’m Still Standing”
379 17-17 June 3, 2021 “Someone Saved My Life”

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Dr. Alex Karev…Justin Chambers

Dr. Miranda Bailey…Chandra Wilson

Dr. Richard Webber…James Pickens Jr.

Dr. Owen Hunt…Kevin McKidd

Dr. Jackson Avery…Jesse Williams

Dr. April Kepner…Sarah Drew

Dr. Amelia Shepherd…Caterina Scorsone

Dr. Maggie Pierce…Kelly McCreary

Dr. Andrew DeLuca…Giacomo Gianniotti

Dr. Jo Wilson…Camilla Luddington

Dr. Teddy Altman…Kim Raver

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Dr. Leah Murphy…Tessa Ferrer

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Dr. Ellis Grey…Kate Burton

Dr. Sam Bennett…Taye Diggs

Dr. Nicole Herman…Geena Davis

Dr. Heather Brooks…Tina Majorino

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Dr. Eliza Minnick…Marika Domińczyk

Dr. Shane Ross…Gaius Charles

Dr. Jason Myers…Charles Michael Davis

Dr. Stephanie Edwards…Jerrika Hinton

Dr. Nathan Riggs…Martin Henderson

Dr. Arizona Robbins…Jessica Capshaw

Dr. Derek Shepherd…Patrick Dempsey

Dr. Cristina Yang…Sandra Oh

Dr. Izzie Stevens…Katherine Heigl

Dr. Callie Torres…Sara Ramirez

Dr. Mark Sloan…Eric Dane

Dr. Lexie Grey…Chyler Leigh

Dr. George O’Malley…T.R. Knight

Dr. Preston Burke…Isaiah Washington

Dr. Addison Montgomery-Shepherd…Kate Walsh

Dr. Steve Mostow…Mark Saul

Dr. Megan Nowland…Molly Kidder

Dr. Erica Hahn…Brooke Smith

Dr. Arizona Robbins…Jessica Capshaw

Intern Graciella…Gloria Garayua

Intern Laura…Candice Afia

Intern Leo…Winston Story

Nurse Olivia Harper…Sarah Utterback

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Denny Duquette…Jeffrey Dean Morgan

Nurse Tyler Christian…Moe Irvin

Intern Pierce…Joseph Williamson

Joe…Steven W. Bailey

Sloan Riley…Leven Rambin

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The Flash

SEASON ONE

1 1-01 October 7, 2014 “City of Heroes”
2 1-02 October 14, 2014 “Fastest Man Alive”
3 1-03 October 21, 2014 “Things You Can’t Outrun”
4 1-04 October 28, 2014 “Going Rogue”
5 1-05 November 11, 2014 “Plastique”
6 1-06 November 18, 2014 “The Flash is Born”
7 1-07 November 25, 2014 “Power Outage”
8 1-08 December 2, 2014 “Flash vs. Arrow”
9 1-09 December 9, 2014 “The Man in the Yellow Suit”
10 1-10 January 20, 2015 “Revenge of the Rogues”
11 1-11 January 27, 2015 “The Sound and the Fury”
12 1-12 February 3, 2015 “Crazy for You”
13 1-13 February 10, 2015 “The Nuclear Man”
14 1-14 February 17, 2015 “Fallout”
15 1-15 March 17, 2015 “Out of Time”
16 1-16 March 24, 2015 “Rogue Time”
17 1-17 March 31, 2015 “Tricksters”
18 1-18 April 14, 2015 “All Star Team Up”
19 1-19 April 21, 2015 “Who is Harrison Wells?”
20 1-20 April 28, 2015 “The Trap”
21 1-21 May 5, 2015 “Grodd Lives”
22 1-22 May 12, 2015 “Rogue Air”
23 1-23 May 19, 2015 “Fast Enough”

SEASON TWO

24 2-01 October 6, 2015 “The Man Who Saved Central City”
25 2-02 October 13, 2015 “Flash of Two Worlds”
26 2-03 October 20, 2015 “Family of Rogues”
27 2-04 October 27, 2015 “The Fury of Firestorm”
28 2-05 November 3, 2015 “The Darkness and the Light”
29 2-06 November 10, 2015 “Enter Zoom”
30 2-07 November 17, 2015 “Gorilla Warfare”
31 2-08 December 1, 2015 “Legends of Today. Part 1”
32 2-09 December 8, 2015 “Running to Stand Still”
33 2-10 January 19, 2016 “Potential Energy”
34 2-11 January 26, 2016 “The Reverse-Flash Returns”
35 2-12 February 2, 2016 “Fast Lane”
36 2-13 February 9, 2016 “Welcome to Earth-2”
37 2-14 February 16, 2016 “Escape from Earth-2”
38 2-15 February 23, 2016 “King Shark”
39 2-16 March 22, 2016 “Trajectory”
40 2-17 March 29, 2016 “Flash Back”
41 2-18 April 19, 2016 “Versus Zoom”
42 2-19 April 26, 2016 “Back to Normal”
43 2-20 May 3, 2016 “Rupture”
44 2-21 May 10, 2016 “The Runaway Dinosaur”
45 2-22 May 17, 2016 “Invincible”
46 2-23 May 24, 2016 “The Race of His Life”

SEASON THREE

47 3-01 October 4, 2016 “Flashpoint”
48 3-02 October 11, 2016 “Paradox”
49 3-03 October 18, 2016 “Magenta”
50 3-04 October 25, 2016 “The New Rogues”
51 3-05 November 1, 2016 “Monster”
52 3-06 November 15, 2016 “Shade”
53 3-07 November 22, 2016 “Killer Frost”
54 3-08 November 29, 2016 “Invasion!”
55 3-09 December 6, 2016 “The Present”
56 3-10 January 24, 2017 “Borrowing Problems from the Future”
57 3-11 January 31, 2017 “Dead or Alive”
58 3-12 February 7, 2017 “Untouchable”
59 3-13 February 21, 2017 “Attack on Gorilla City”
60 3-14 February 28, 2017 “Attack on Central City”
61 3-15 March 7, 2017 “The Wrath of Savitar”
62 3-16 March 14, 2017 “Into the Speed Force”
63 3-17 March 21, 2017 “Duet”
64 3-18 March 28, 2017 “Abra Kadabra”
65 3-19 April 25, 2017 “The Once and Future Flash”
66 3-20 May 2, 2017 “I Know Who You Are”
67 3-21 May 9, 2017 “Cause and Effect”
68 3-22 May 16, 2017 “Infantino Street”
69 3-23 May 23, 2017 “Finish Line”

SEASON FOUR

70 4-01 October 10, 2017 “The Flash Reborn”
71 4-02 October 17, 2017 “Mixed Signals”
72 4-03 October 24, 2017 “Luck Be a Lady”
73 4-04 October 31, 2017 “Elongated Journey Into Night”
74 4-05 November 7, 2017 “Girls Night Out”
75 4-06 November 14, 2017 “When Harry Met Harry…”
76 4-07 November 21, 2017 “Therefore I Am”
77 4-08 November 28, 2017 “Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3”
78 4-09 December 5, 2017 “Don’t Run”
79 4-10 January 16, 2018 “The Trial of the Flash”
80 4-11 January 23, 2018 “The Elongated Knight Rises”
81 4-12 January 30, 2018 “Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash”
82 4-13 February 6, 2018 “True Colors”
83 4-14 February 27, 2018 “Subject 9”
84 4-15 March 6, 2018 “Enter Flashtime”
85 4-16 March 13, 2018 “Run, Iris, Run”
86 4-17 April 10, 2018 “Null and Annoyed”
87 4-18 April 17, 2018 “Lose Yourself”
88 4-19 April 24, 2018 “Fury Rogue”
89 4-20 May 1, 2018 “Therefore She Is”
90 4-21 May 8, 2018 “Harry and the Harrisons”
91 4-22 May 15, 2018 “Think Fast”
92 4-23 May 22, 2018 “We Are the Flash”

SEASON FIVE

93 5-01 October 9, 2018 “Nora”
94 5-02 October 16, 2018 “Blocked”
95 5-03 October 23, 2018 “The Death of Vibe”
96 5-04 October 30, 2018 “News Flash”
97 5-05 November 13, 2018 “All Doll’d Up”
98 5-06 November 20, 2018 “The Icicle Cometh”
99 5-07 November 27, 2018 “O Come, All Ye Thankful”
100 5-08 December 4, 2018 “What’s Past Is Prologue”
101 5-09 December 9, 2018 “Elseworlds, Part 1”
102 5-10 January 15, 2019 “The Flash & The Furious”
103 5-11 January 22, 2019 “Seeing Red”
104 5-12 January 29, 2019 “Memorabilia”
105 5-13 February 5, 2019 “Goldfaced”
106 5-14 February 12, 2019 “Cause and XS”
107 5-15 March 5, 2019 “King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd”
108 5-16 March 12, 2019 “Failure Is an Orphan”
109 5-17 March 19, 2019 “Time Bomb”
110 5-18 April 16, 2019 “Godspeed”
111 5-19 April 23, 2019 “Snow Pack”
112 5-20 April 30, 2019 “Gone Rogue”
113 5-21 May 7, 2019 “The Girl with the Red Lightning”
114 5-22 May 14, 2019 “Legacy”

SEASON SIX

115 6-01 October 8, 2019 “Into the Void”
116 6-02 October 15, 2019 “A Flash of the Lightning”
117 6-03 October 22, 2019 “Dead Man Running”
118 6-04 October 29, 2019 “There Will Be Blood”
119 6-05 November 5, 2019 “Kiss Kiss Breach Breach”
120 6-06 November 19, 2019 “License to Elongate”
121 6-07 November 26, 2019 “The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 1”
122 6-08 December 3, 2019 “The Last Temptation of Barry Allen, Pt. 2”
123 6-09 December 10, 2019 “Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Three”
124 6-10 Febrary 4, 2020 “Marathon”
125 6-11 Febrary 11, 2020 “Love Is a Battlefield”
126 6-12 Febrary 18, 2020 “A Girl Named Sue”
127 6-13 February 25, 2020 “Grodd Friended Me”
128 6-14 March 10, 2020 “Death of the Speed Force”
129 6-15 March 17, 2020 “The Exorcism of Nash Wells”
130 6-16 April 21, 2020 “So Long and Goodnight”
131 6-17 April 28, 2020 “Liberation”
132 6-18 May 5, 2020 “Pay the Piper”
133 6-19 May 12, 2020 “Success Is Assured”

SEASON SEVEN

 

134 7-01 March 2, 2021 “All’s Well That Ends Wells”
135 7-02 March 9, 2021 “The Speed of Thought”
136 7-03 March 16, 2021 “Mother”
137 7-04 March 23, 2021 “Central City Strong”
138 7-05 March 30, 2021 “Fear Me”
139 7-06 April 6, 2021 “The One with the Nineties”
140 7-07 April 13, 2021 “Growing Pains”
141 7-08 May 4, 2021 “The People v. Killer Frost”
142 7-09 May 11, 2021 “Timeless”
143 7-10 May 18, 2021 “Family Matters, Part 1”
144 7-11 May 25, 2021 “Family Matters, Part 2”
145 7-12 June 8, 2021 “Good-Bye Vibrations”
146 7-14 June 22, 2021 “Rayo de Luz”
147 7-15 June 29, 2021 “Enemy At the Gates”
148 7-16 July 6, 2021 “P.O.W.”
149 7-17 July 13, 2021 “Heart of the Matter – Part 1”
150 7-18 July 20, 2021 “Heart of the Matter – Part 2”

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Barry Allen/The Flash – Grant Gustin
Iris West – Candice Patton
Caitlin Snow/Killer Frost – Danielle Panabaker
Joe West – Jesse L. Martin
Cecile Horton – Danielle Nicolet
Allegra Garcia – Kayla Compton
Chester P. Runk – Brandon McKnight

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Sue Dearborn – Natalie Dreyfuss
Kristen Kramer – Carmen Moore
Captain David Singh – Patrick Sabongui
Henry Allen/Jay Garrick/The Flash (Earth 3) – John Wesley Shipp
Cisco Ramon/Vibe/Reverb – Carlos Valdes
Dr. Harrison Wells, et al. – Tom Cavanagh
Wally West – Keiynan Lonsdale
Julian Albert – Tom Felton
Ralph Dibney/Elongated Man – Hartley Sawyer
Nora Allen/Speed Force – Michelle Harrison
Eddie Thawne – Rick Cosnett
Kamilla Hwang – Victoria Park
Nora West-Allen – Jessica Parker Kennedy
Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick – Violett Beane
Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper – Andy Mientus
Jay Garrick/Hunter Zolomon/Zoom – Teddy Sears
Patty Spivot – Shantel VanSanten
Ronnie Raymond/Firestorm/Deathstorm – Robbie Amell
Dr. Martin Stein/Firestorm – Victor Garber
Eva McCullogh/Mirror Monarch – Efrat Dor
The Mechanic – Kim Engelbrecht
Clifford DeVoe/The Thinker – Neil Sandilands
Mark Blaine/Chillblaine – Jon Cor
Savitar – Tobin Bell/Andre Tricoteux
Leonard Snart/Captain Cold – Wentworth Miller
Young Barry – Logan Williams
Linda Park/Dr. Light – Melise Jow
Dr. Ramsey Rosso – Sendhil Ramamurthy
Man In The Iron Mask/Jay Garrick – Lucas Wolf
Christina McGee – Amanda Pays
Oliver Queen/Green Arrow – Stephen Amell
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Season 1

1. 1-1 31 January 1999 “Death Has a Shadow”
2. 1-2 11 April 1999 “I Never Met the Dead Man”
3. 1-3 18 April 1999 “Chitty Chitty Death Bang”
4. 1-4 25 April 1999 “Mind Over Murder”
5. 1-5 02 May 1999 “A Hero Sits Next Door”
6. 1-6 09 May 1999 “The Son Also Draws”
7. 1-7 16 May 1999 “Brian: Portrait of a Dog”

Season 2

8. 2-1 23 September 1999 “Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater”
9. 2-2 30 September 1999 “Holy Crap”
10. 2-3 26 December 1999 “DaBoom”
11. 2-4 07 March 2000 “Brian in Love”
12. 2-5 14 March 2000 “Love Thy Trophy”
13. 2-6 21 March 2000 “Death is a Bitch”
14. 2-7 28 March 2000 “The King is Dead”
15. 2-8 28 March 2000 “I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar”
16. 2-9 04 April 2000 “If I’m Dyin’ I’m Lyin'”
17. 2-10 11 April 2000 “Running Mates”
18. 2-11 18 April 2000 “A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Bucks”
19. 2-12 25 April 2000 “Fifteen Minutes of Shame”
20. 2-13 30 May 2000 “Road to Rhode Island”
21. 2-14 06 June 2000 “Let’s Go to the Hop”
22. 2-15 13 June 2000 “Dammit Janet”
23. 2-16 27 June 2000 “There’s Something About Paulie”
24. 2-17 27 June 2000 “He’s Too Sexy for His Fat”
25. 2-18 12 July 2000 “E. Peterbus Unum”
26. 2-19 18 July 2000 “The Story on Page One”
27. 2-20 25 July 2000 “Wasted Talent”
28. 2-21 01 August 2000 “Fore, Father”

Season 3

29. 3-1 11 July 2001 “The Thin White Line”
30. 3-2 18 July 2001 “Brian Does Hollywood”
31. 3-3 25 July 2001 “Mr. Griffin Goes to Washington”
32. 3-4 01 August 2001 “One If by Clam, Two If by Sea”
33. 3-5 08 August 2001 “And the Wiener is…”
34. 3-6 15 August 2001 “Death Lives”
35. 3-7 22 August 2001 “Lethal Weapons”
36. 3-8 29 August 2001 “The Kiss Seen Around the World”
37. 3-9 05 September 2001 “Mr. Saturday Knight”
38. 3-10 19 September 2001 “Fish Out of Water”
39. 3-11 08 November 2001 “Emission Impossible”
40. 3-12 15 November 2001 “To Love and Die in Dixie”
41. 3-13 29 November 2001 “Screwed the Pooch”
42. 3-14 06 December 2001 “Peter Griffin: Husband, Father…Brother?”
43. 3-15 20 December 2001 “Ready, Willing, and Disabled”
44. 3-16 21 December 2001 “A Very Special Family Guy Freakin’ Christmas”
45. 3-17 17 January 2002 “Brian Wallows and Peter’s Swallows”
46. 3-18 24 January 2002 “From Method to Madness”
47. 3-19 31 January 2002 “Stuck Together, Torn Apart”
48. 3-20 07 February 2002 “Road to Europe”
49. 3-21 14 February 2002 “Family Guy Viewer Mail (1)”
50. 3-22 10 December 2004 “When You Wish Upon a Weinstein”

Season 4

51. 4-1 01 May 2005 “North by North Quahog”
52. 4-2 08 May 2005 “Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jr. High”
53. 4-3 15 May 2005 “Blind Ambition”
54. 4-4 05 June 2005 “Don’t Make Me Over”
55. 4-5 12 June 2005 “The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire”
56. 4-6 19 June 2005 “Petarded”
57. 4-7 26 June 2005 “Brian the Bachelor”
58. 4-8 10 July 2005 “8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter”
59. 4-9 17 July 2005 “Breaking Out is Hard to Do”
60. 4-10 24 July 2005 “Model Misbehavior”
61. 4-11 11 September 2005 “Peter’s Got Woods”
62. 4-12 18 September 2005 “The Perfect Castaway”
63. 4-13 25 September 2005 “Jungle Love”
64. 4-14 06 November 2005 “PTV”
65. 4-15 13 November 2005 “Brian Goes Back to College”
66. 4-16 20 November 2005 “The Courtship of Stewie’s Father”
67. 4-17 27 November 2005 “The Fat Guy Strangler”
68. 4-18 18 December 2005 “The Father, The Son and the Holy Fonz”
69. 4-19 08 January 2006 “Brian Sings and Swings”
70. 4-20 29 January 2006 “Patriot Games”
71. 4-21 12 March 2006 “I Take Thee, Quagmire”
72. 4-22 26 March 2006 “Sibling Rivalry”
73. 4-23 09 April 2006 “Deep Throats”
74. 4-24 23 April 2006 “Peterotica”
75. 4-25 30 April 2006 “You May Kiss the…Uh…Guy Who Receives”
76. 4-26 07 May 2006 “Petergeist”
77. 4-27 14 May 2006 “Untitled Griffin Family History”
78. 4-28 21 May 2006 “Stewie B. Goode”
79. 4-29 21 May 2006 “Bango Was His Name Oh!”
80. 4-30 21 May 2006 “Stu & Stewie’s Excellent Adventure”

Season 5

81. 5-1 10 September 2006 “Stewie Loves Lois”
82. 5-2 17 September 2006 “Mother Tucker”
83. 5-3 24 September 2006 “Hell Comes to Quahog”
84. 5-4 05 November 2006 “Saving Private Brian”
85. 5-5 12 November 2006 “Whistle While Your Wife Works”
86. 5-6 19 November 2006 “Prick Up Your Ears”
87. 5-7 26 November 2006 “Chick Cancer”
88. 5-8 17 December 2006 “Barely Legal”
89. 5-9 28 January 2007 “Road to Rupert”
90. 5-10 11 February 2007 “Peter’s Two Dads”
91. 5-11 18 February 2007 “The Tan Aquatic with Steve Zissou”
92. 5-12 04 March 2007 “Airport ’07”
93. 5-13 11 March 2007 “Bill and Peter’s Bogus Adventure”
94. 5-14 25 March 2007 “No Meals on Wheels”
95. 5-15 29 April 2007 “Boys Do Cry”
96. 5-16 06 May 2007 “No Chris Left Behind”
97. 5-17 13 May 2007 “It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One”
98. 5-18 20 May 2007 “Meet the Quagmires”

Season 6
99. 6-1 23 September 2007 “Blue Harvest (60 min)”
100. 6-2 30 September 2007 “Movin’ Out”
101. 6-3 07 October 2007 “Believe It or Not, Joe’s Walking on Air”
102. 6-4 04 November 2007 “Stewie Kills Lois”
103. 6-5 11 November 2007 “Lois Kills Stewie”
104. 6-6 18 November 2007 “Padre de Familia”
105. 6-7 25 November 2007 “Peter’s Daughter”
106. 6-8 13 January 2008 “McStroke”
107. 6-9 17 February 2008 “Back to the Woods”
108. 6-10 02 March 2008 “Play It Again, Brian”
109. 6-11 27 April 2008 “The Former Life of Brian”
110. 6-12 04 May 2008 “Long John Peter”

Season 7

111. 7-1 28 September 2008 “Love Blactually”
112. 7-2 05 October 2008 “I Dream of Jesus”
113. 7-3 19 October 2008 “Road to Germany”
114. 7-4 02 November 2008 “Baby Not on Board”
115. 7-5 09 November 2008 “The Man with Two Brians”
116. 7-6 16 November 2008 “Tales of a Third Grade Nothing”
117. 7-7 15 February 2009 “Ocean’s Three and a Half”
118. 7-8 08 March 2009 “Family Gay”
119. 7-9 15 March 2009 “The Juice is Loose!”
120. 7-10 22 March 2009 “FOX-y Lady”
121. 7-11 29 March 2009 “Not All Dogs Go to Heaven”
122. 7-12 19 April 2009 “420”
123. 7-13 26 April 2009 “Stew-Roids”
124. 7-14 03 May 2009 “We Love You Conrad”
125. 7-15 10 May 2009 “Three Kings”
126. 7-16 17 May 2009 “Peter’s Progress”

Season 8

127. 8-1 27 September 2009 “Road to the Multiverse”
128. 8-2 04 October 2009 “Family Goy”
129. 8-3 11 October 2009 “Spies Reminiscent of Us”
130. 8-4 08 November 2009 “Brian’s Got a Brand New Bag”
131. 8-5 08 November 2009 “Hannah Banana”
132. 8-6 15 November 2009 “Quagmire’s Baby”
133. 8-7 22 November 2009 “Jerome is the New Black”
134. 8-8 29 November 2009 “Dog Gone”
135. 8-9 13 December 2009 “Business Guy”
136. 8-10 03 January 2010 “Big Man on Hippocampus”
137. 8-11 31 January 2010 “Dial Meg for Murder”
138. 8-12 14 February 2010 “Extra Large Medium”
139. 8-13 14 March 2010 “Go, Stewie, Go!”
140. 8-14 21 March 2010 “Peter-assment”
141. 8-15 28 March 2010 “Brian Griffin’s House of Payne”
142. 8-16 11 April 2010 “April in Quahog”
143. 8-17 02 May 2010 “Brian & Stewie”
144. 8-18 09 May 2010 “Quagmire’s Dad”
145. 8-19 16 May 2010 “The Splendid Source”
146. 8-20 23 May 2010 “Something, Something, Something, Dark Side” (60 min)
147. 8-21 20 June 2010 “Partial Terms of Endearment”

Season 9

148. 9-1 26 September 2010 “And Then There Were Fewer”
149. 9-2 03 October 2010 “Excellence in Broadcasting”
150. 9-3 10 October 2010 “Welcome Back, Carter”
151. 9-4 07 November 2010 “Halloween on Spooner Street”
152. 9-5 14 November 2010 “Baby, You Knock Me Out”
153. 9-6 21 November 2010 “Brian Writes a Bestseller”
154. 9-7 12 December 2010 “Road to the North Pole”
155. 9-8 09 January 2011 “New Kidney in Town”
156. 9-9 16 January 2011 “And I’m Joyce Kinney”
157. 9-10 13 February 2011 “Friends of Peter G”
158. 9-11 20 February 2011 “German Guy”
159. 9-12 06 March 2011 “The Hand That Rocks the Wheelchair”
160. 9-13 20 March 2011 “Trading Places”
161. 9-14 10 April 2011 “Tiegs for Two”
162. 9-15 17 April 2011 “Brothers & Sisters”
163. 9-16 08 May 2011 “The Big Bang Theory”
164. 9-17 15 May 2011 “Foreign Affairs”
165. 9-18 22 May 2011 “It’s a Trap!” (60 min)

Season 10
166. 10-1 25 September 2011 “Lottery Fever”
167. 10-2 02 October 2011 “Seahorse Seashell Party”
168. 10-3 30 October 2011 “Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q”
169. 10-4 06 November 2011 “Stewie Goes for a Drive”
170. 10-5 13 November 2011 “Back to the Pilot”
171. 10-6 20 November 2011 “Thanksgiving”
172. 10-7 27 November 2011 “Amish Guy”
173. 10-8 04 December 2011 “Cool Hand Peter”
174. 10-9 11 December 2011 “Grumpy Old Man”
175. 10-10 08 January 2012 “Quagmire & Meg”
176. 10-11 15 January 2012 “The Blind Side”
177. 10-12 29 January 2012 “Livin’ on a Prayer”
178. 10-13 12 February 2012 “Tom Tucker: The Man and His Dream”
179. 10-14 19 February 2012 “Be Careful What You Fish For”
180. 10-15 04 March 2012 “Burning Down the Bayit”
181. 10-16 11 March 2012 “Killer Queen”
182. 10-17 18 March 2012 “Forget-Me-Not”
183. 10-18 01 April 2012 “You Can’t Do That on Television, Peter”
184. 10-19 29 April 2012 “Mr. and Mrs. Stewie”
185. 10-20 06 May 2012 “Leggo My Meg-O”
186. 10-21 13 May 2012 “Tea Peter”
187. 10-22 20 May 2012 “Family Guy Viewer Mail (2)”
188. 10-23 20 May 2012 “Internal Affairs”

Season 11
189. 11-1 30 September 2012 “Into Fat Air”
190. 11-2 07 October 2012 “Ratings Guy”
191. 11-3 04 November 2012 “The Old Man & the Big ‘C'”
192. 11-4 11 November 2012 “Yug Ylimaf”
193. 11-5 18 November 2012 “Joe’s Revenge”
194. 11-6 25 November 2012 “Lois Comes Out of Her Shell”
195. 11-7 09 December 2012 “Friends Without Benefits”
196. 11-8 23 December 2012 “Jesus, Mary & Joseph”
197. 11-9 06 January 2013 “Space Cadet”
198. 11-10 13 January 2013 “Brian’s Play”
199. 11-11 27 January 2013 “The Giggity Wife”
200. 11-12 10 February 2013 “Valentine’s Day in Quahog”
201. 11-13 17 February 2013 “Chris Cross”
202. 11-14 10 March 2013 “Call Girl”
203. 11-15 17 March 2013 “Turban Cowboy”
204. 11-16 24 March 2013 “12 and a Half Angry Men”
205. 11-17 14 April 2013 “Bigfat”
206. 11-18 28 April 2013 “Total Recall”
207. 11-19 05 May 2013 “Save the Clam”
208. 11-20 12 May 2013 “Farmer Guy”
209. 11-21 19 May 2013 “Roads to Vegas”
210. 11-22 19 May 2013 “No Country Club for Old Men”

Season 12
211. 12-1 29 September 2013 “Finders Keepers”
212. 12-2 06 October 2013 “Vestigial Peter”
213. 12-3 03 November 2013 “Quagmire’s Quagmire”
214. 12-4 10 November 2013 “A Fistful of Meg”
215. 12-5 17 November 2013 “Boopa-dee Bappa-dee”
216. 12-6 24 November 2013 “Life of Brian”
217. 12-7 08 December 2013 “Into Harmony’s Way”
218. 12-8 15 December 2013 “Christmas Guy”
219. 12-9 05 January 2014 “Peter Problems”
220. 12-10 12 January 2014 “Grimm Job”
221. 12-11 26 January 2014 “Brian’s a Bad Father”
222. 12-12 09 March 2014 “Mom’s the Word”
223. 12-13 16 March 2014 “3 Acts of God”
224. 12-14 23 March 2014 “Fresh Heir”
225. 12-15 30 March 2014 “Secondhand Spoke”
226. 12-16 06 April 2014 “Herpe the Love Sore”
227. 12-17 13 April 2014 “The Most Interesting Man in the World”
228. 12-18 27 April 2014 “Baby Got Black”
229. 12-19 04 May 2014 “Meg Stinks!”
230. 12-20 11 May 2014 “He’s Bla-ack!”
231. 12-21 18 May 2014 “Chap Stewie”

Season 13
232. 13-1 28 September 2014 “The Simpsons Guy” (60 min)
233. 13-2 05 October 2014 “The Book of Joe”
234. 13-3 19 October 2014 “Baking Bad”
235. 13-4 09 November 2014 “Brian the Closer”
236. 13-5 16 November 2014 “Turkey Guys”
237. 13-6 07 December 2014 “The 2000-Year-Old Virgin”
238. 13-7 04 January 2015 “Stewie, Chris & Brian’s Excellent Adventure”
239. 13-8 11 January 2015 “Our Idiot Brian”
240. 13-9 25 January 2015 “This Little Piggy”
241. 13-10 08 February 2015 “Quagmire’s Mom”
242. 13-11 15 February 2015 “Encyclopedia Griffin”
243. 13-12 08 March 2015 “Stewie is Enceinte”
244. 13-13 15 March 2015 “Dr. C and the Women”
245. 13-14 12 April 2015 “#JOLO”
246. 13-15 19 April 2015 “Once Bitten”
247. 13-16 26 April 2015 “Roasted Guy”
248. 13-17 03 May 2015 “Fighting Irish”
249. 13-18 17 May 2015 “Take My Wife”

Season 14
250. 14-1 27 September 2015 “Pilling Them Softly”
251. 14-2 04 October 2015 “Papa Has a Rollin’ Son”
252. 14-3 11 October 2015 “Guy, Robot”
253. 14-4 25 October 2015 “Peternormal Activity”
254. 14-5 08 November 2015 “Peter, Chris, & Brian”
255. 14-6 15 November 2015 “Peter’s Sister”
256. 14-7 22 November 2015 “Hot Pocket-Dial”
257. 14-8 06 December 2015 “Brokeback Swanson”
258. 14-9 13 December 2015 “A Shot in the Dark”
259. 14-10 03 January 2016 “Candy, Quahog Marshmallow”
260. 14-11 10 January 2016 “The Peanut Butter Kid”
261. 14-12 17 January 2016 “Scammed Yankees”
262. 14-13 14 February 2016 “An App a Day”
263. 14-14 21 February 2016 “Underage Peter”
264. 14-15 06 March 2016 “A Lot Going on Upstairs”
265. 14-16 13 March 2016 “The Heartbreak Dog”
266. 14-17 17 April 2016 “Take a Letter”
267. 14-18 08 May 2016 “The New Adventures of Old Tom”
268. 14-19 15 May 2016 “Run, Chris, Run”
269. 14-20 22 May 2016 “Road to India”

Season 15
270. 15-1 25 September 2016 “The Boys in the Band”
271. 15-2 02 October 2016 “Bookie of the Year”
272. 15-3 16 October 2016 “American Gigg-olo”
273. 15-4 23 October 2016 “Inside Family Guy”
274. 15-5 06 November 2016 “Chris Has Got a Date, Date, Date, Date, Date”
275. 15-6 13 November 2016 “Hot Shots”
276. 15-7 20 November 2016 “High School English”
277. 15-8 04 December 2016 “Carter and Tricia”
278. 15-9 11 December 2016 “How the Griffin Stole Christmas”
279. 15-10 08 January 2017 “Passenger Fatty-Seven”
280. 15-11 15 January 2017 “Gronkowsbees”
281. 15-12 12 February 2017 “Peter’s Def Jam”
282. 15-13 19 February 2017 “The Finer Strings”
283. 15-14 05 March 2017 “The Dating Game”
284. 15-15 12 March 2017 “Cop and a Half-Wit”
285. 15-16 19 March 2017 “Saturated Fat Guy”
286. 15-17 26 March 2017 “Peter’s Lost Youth”
287. 15-18 30 April 2017 “The Peter Principal”
288. 15-19 21 May 2017 “Dearly Deported”
289. 15-20 21 May 2017 “A House Full of Peters”

Season 16
290. 16-1 01 October 2017 “Emmy-Winning Episode”
291. 16-2 08 October 2017 “Foxx in the Men House”
292. 16-3 15 October 2017 “Nanny Goats”
293. 16-4 22 October 2017 “Follow the Money”
294. 16-5 05 November 2017 “Three Directors”
295. 16-6 12 November 2017 “The D in Apartment 23”
296. 16-7 19 November 2017 “Petey IV”
297. 16-8 03 December 2017 “Crimes and Meg’s Demeanor”
298. 16-9 10 December 2017 “Don’t Be a Dickens at Christmas”
299. 16-10 07 January 2018 “Boy (Dog) Meets Girl (Dog)”
300. 16-11 14 January 2018 “Dog Bites Bear”
301. 16-12 18 March 2018 “Send in Stewie, Please”
302. 16-13 25 March 2018 “V is for Mystery”
303. 16-14 01 April 2018 “Veteran Guy”
304. 16-15 08 April 2018 “The Woof of Wall Street”
305. 16-16 22 April 2018 “‘Family Guy’ Through the Years”
306. 16-17 29 April 2018 “Switch the Flip”
307. 16-18 06 May 2018 “HTTPete”
308. 16-19 13 May 2018 “The Unkindest Cut”
309. 16-20 20 May 2018 “Are You There God? It’s Me, Peter”

Season 17
310. 17-1 30 September 2018 “Married… with Cancer”
311. 17-2 07 October 2018 “Dead Dog Walking”
312. 17-3 14 October 2018 “Pal Stewie”
313. 17-4 21 October 2018 “Big Trouble in Little Quahog”
314. 17-5 04 November 2018 “Regarding Carter”
315. 17-6 11 November 2018 “Stand By Meg”
316. 17-7 18 November 2018 “The Griffin Winter Games”
317. 17-8 02 December 2018 “Con Heiress”
318. 17-9 09 December 2018 “Pawtucket Pete”
319. 17-10 06 January 2019 “Hefty Shades of Gray”
320. 17-11 13 January 2019 “Trump Guy”
321. 17-12 10 February 2019 “Bri, Robot”
322. 17-13 17 February 2019 “Trans-Fat”
323. 17-14 03 March 2019 “Family Guy Lite”
324. 17-15 10 March 2019 “No Giggity, No Doubt”
325. 17-16 24 March 2019 “You Can’t Handle the Booth”
326. 17-17 31 March 2019 “Island Adventure”
327. 17-18 28 April 2019 “Throw It Away”
328. 17-19 05 May 2019 “Girl, Internetted”
329. 17-20 12 May 2019 “Adam West High”

Season 18
330. 18-1 29 September 2019 “Yacht Rocky”
331. 18-2 06 October 2019 “Bri-Da”
332. 18-3 13 October 2019 “Absolutely Babulous”
333. 18-4 20 October 2019 “Disney’s the Reboot”
334. 18-5 03 November 2019 “Cat Fight”
335. 18-6 10 November 2019 “Peter & Lois’ Wedding”
336. 18-7 17 November 2019 “Heart Burn”
337. 18-8 24 November 2019 “Shanksgiving”
338. 18-9 15 December 2019 “Christmas is Coming”
339. 18-10 05 January 2020 “Connie’s Celica”
340. 18-11 16 February 2020 “Short Cuts”
341. 18-12 23 February 2020 “Undergrounded”
342. 18-13 01 March 2020 “Rich Old Stewie”
343. 18-14 08 March 2020 “The Movement”
344. 18-15 15 March 2020 “Baby Stewie”
345. 18-16 19 April 2020 “Start Me Up”
346. 18-17 26 April 2020 “Coma Guy”
347. 18-18 03 May 2020 “Better Off Meg”
348. 18-19 10 May 2020 “Holly Bibble”
349. 18-20 17 May 2020 “Movin’ In” (Principal Shepherd’s Song)

Season 19
350. 19-1 27 September 2020 “Stewie’s First Word”
351. 19-2 04 October 2020 “The Talented Mr. Stewie”
352. 19-3 11 October 2020 “Boys & Squirrels”
353. 19-4 01 November 2020 “Cutawayland”
354. 19-5 08 November 2020 “La Famiglia Guy”
355. 19-6 15 November 2020 “Meg’s Wedding”
356. 19-7 22 November 2020 “Wild Wild West”
357. 19-8 06 December 2020 “Pawtucket Pat”
358. 19-9 13 December 2020 “The First No L”
359. 19-10 17 January 2021 “Fecal Matters”
360. 19-11 21 February 2021 “Boy’s Best Friend”
361. 19-12 28 February 2021 “And Then There’s Fraud”
362. 19-13 07 March 2021 “PeTerminator”
363. 19-14 14 March 2021 “The Marrying Kind”
364. 19-15 21 March 2021 “Tales of Former Sports Glory”
365. 19-16 28 March 2021 “Customer of the Week”
366. 19-17 “Who’s Brian Now?”
367. 19-18 “The Young Parent Trap”
368. 19-19 “Meg Goes to College”
369. 19-20 “Family Cat”
370. 19-21 “Must Love Dogs”
371. 19-22 “Brief Encounter”
372. 19-23 “Rock Hard”

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Connie D’Amico…Lisa Wilhoit

Rita…Nana Visitor

Ben Franklin Bear…Mike Barker

Kevin Swanson…Scott Grimes

Death…Adam Carolla

Boy…Jonathan Morgan Heit

Meg Griffin (1999-2012)…Lacey Chabert

Various characters…Ralph Garman

Various characters…Fred Tatasciore

Various characters…Wally Wingert

Various characters…Megan Grano

Asian Man…Robert Wu

Amusement Park Manager…Lucas Grabeel

Aziz Ansari…Josh Robert Thompson

Kid…James Burkholder

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0 1-00 October 17, 1999 Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm (1 min)

SEASON ONE

1 1-01 October 15, 2000 “The Pants Tent”
2 1-02 October 27, 2000 “Ted and Mary”
3 1-03 October 29, 2000 “Porno Gil”
4 1-04 November 5, 2000 “The Bracelet”
5 1-05 November 12, 2000 “Interior Decorator”
6 1-06 November 19, 2000 “The Wire”
7 1-07 November 26, 2000 “AAMCO”
8 1-08 December 3, 2000 “Beloved Aunt”
9 1-09 December 10, 2000 “Affirmative Action”
10 1-10 December 17, 2000 “Group”

SEASON TWO

11 2-01 September 23, 2001 “The Car Salesman”
12 2-02 September 30, 2001 “Thor”
13 2-03 October 7, 2001 “Trick or Treat”
14 2-04 October 14, 2001 “The Shrimp Incident”
15 2-05 October 21, 2001 “The Thong”
16 2-06 October 28, 2001 “The Acupuncturist”
17 2-07 November 4, 2001 “AAMCO”
18 2-08 November 11, 2001 “Shaq”
19 2-09 November 18, 2001 “The Baptism”
20 2-10 November 25, 2001 “The Massage”

SEASON THREE

21 3-01 September 15, 2002 “Chet’s Shirt”
22 3-02 September 22, 2002 “The Benadryl Brownie”
23 3-03 September 29, 2002 “Club Soda and Salt”
24 3-04 October 6, 2002 “The Nanny from Hell”
25 3-05 October 13, 2002 “The Terrorist Attack”
26 3-06 October 20, 2002 “The Special Section”
27 3-07 October 27, 2002 “The Corpse-Sniffing Dog”
28 3-08 November 3, 2002 “Krazee-Eyez Killa”
29 3-09 November 10, 2002 “Mary, Joseph and Larry”
30 3-10 November 17, 2002 “The Grand Opening”

SEASON FOUR

31 4-01 January 4, 2004 “Mel’s Offer”
32 4-02 January 11, 2004 “Ben’s Birthday Party”
33 4-03 January 18, 2004 “The Blind Date”
34 4-04 January 25, 2004 “The Weatherman”
35 4-05 February 1, 2004 “The 5 Wood”
36 4-06 February 8, 2004 “The Car Pool Lane”
37 4-07 February 22, 2004 “The Surrogate”
38 4-08 February 29, 2004 “Wandering Bear”
39 4-09 March 7, 2004 “The Survivor”
40 4-10 March 14, 2004 “Opening Night”

SEASON FIVE

41 5-01 September 25, 2005 “The Larry David Sandwich”
42 5-02 October 2, 2005 “The Bowtie”
43 5-03 October 9, 2005 “The Christ Nail”
44 5-04 October 16, 2005 “Kamikaze Bingo”
45 5-05 October 30, 2005 “Lewis Needs A Kidney”
46 5-06 November 6, 2005 “The Smoking Jacket”
47 5-07 November 13, 2005 “The Seder”
48 5-08 November 20, 2005 “The Ski Lift”
49 5-09 November 27, 2005 “The Korean Bookie”
50 5-10 December 4, 2005 “The End”

SEASON SIX

51 6-01 September 9, 2007 “Meet The Blacks”
52 6-02 September 16, 2007 “The Anonymous Donor”
53 6-03 September 23, 2007 “The Ida Funkhouser Roadside Memorial”
54 6-04 September 30, 2007 “The Lefty Call”
55 6-05 October 7, 2007 “The Freak Book”
56 6-06 October 14, 2007 “The Rat Dog”
57 6-07 October 21, 2007 “The TiVo Guy”
58 6-08 October 28, 2007 “The N Word”
59 6-09 November 4, 2007 “The Therapist”
60 6-10 November 11, 2007 “The Bat Mitzvah”

SEASON SEVEN

61 7-01 September 20, 2009 “Funkhouser’s Crazy Sister”
62 7-02 September 27, 2009 “Vehicular Fellatio”
63 7-03 October 4, 2009 “The Reunion”
64 7-04 October 11, 2009 “The Hot Towel”
65 7-05 October 18, 2009 “Denise Handicapped”
66 7-06 October 25, 2009 “The Bare Midriff”
67 7-07 November 1, 2009 “The Black Swan”
68 7-08 November 8, 2009 “Officer Krupke”
69 7-09 November 15, 2009 “The Table Read”
70 7-10 November 22, 2009 “Seinfeld”

SEASON EIGHT

71 8-01 July 10, 2011 “The Divorce”
72 8-02 July 17, 2011 “The Safe House”
73 8-03 July 24, 2011 “Palestinian Chicken”
74 8-04 July 31, 2011 “The Smiley Face”
75 8-05 August 7, 2011 “Vow of Silence”
76 8-06 August 14, 2011 “The Hero”
77 8-07 August 21, 2011 “The Bi-Sexual”
78 8-08 August 28, 2011 “Car Periscope”
79 8-09 September 4, 2011 “Mister Softee”
80 8-10 September 11, 2011 “Larry vs. Michael J. Fox”

SEASON NINE

81 9-01 October 1, 2017 “Foisted!”
82 9-02 October 8, 2017 “The Pickle Gambit”
83 9-03 October 15, 2017 “A Disturbance in the Kitchen”
84 9-04 October 22, 2017 “Running with the Bulls”
85 9-05 October 29, 2017 “Thank You for Your Service”
86 9-06 November 5, 2017 “The Accidental Text on Purpose”
87 9-07 November 12, 2017 “Namaste”
88 9-08 November 19, 2017 “Never Wait for Seconds!”
89 9-09 November 26, 2017 “The Shucker”
90 9-10 December 3, 2017 “Fatwa!”

SEASON TEN

91 10-01 January 19, 2020 “Happy New Year”
92 10-02 January 26, 2020 “Side Sitting”
93 10-03 February 2, 2020 “Artificial Fruit”
94 10-04 February 9, 2020 “You’re Not Going to Get Me to Say Anything Bad About Mickey”
95 10-05 February 16, 2020 “Insufficient Praise”
96 10-6 February 23, 2020 “The Surprise Party”
97 10-7 March 1, 2020 “The Ugly Section”
98 10-08 March 8, 2020 “Elizabeth, Margaret and Larry”
99 10-09 March 15, 2020 “Beep Panic”
100 10-10 March 22, 2020 “The Spite Store”

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Larry David

Jeff Garlin…Jeff Greene

Cheryl Hines…Cheryl David

Susie Essman…Susie Greene

Richard Lewis

J.B. Smoove…Leon Black

Vince Vaughn…Freddy Funkhouser

Ted Danson

Shelley Berman…Nat David

Antoinette Spolar

Vivica A. Fox…Loretta Black

Carla Jeffery…Keysha Black

Ann Ryerson…Nan Funkhouser

Wanda Sykes

Ellia English…Auntie Rae

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Ashly Holloway…Sammi Greene

Paul Dooley…Cheryl’s Dad

Julie Payne…Cheryl’s Mom

Kaitlin Olson…Becky

Mocha Joe…Saverio Guerra

Jerry Seinfeld

Louis Nye…Jeff Greene’s Dad

Jason Alexander

Mary Steenburgen

Paul Mazursky…Norm

Mina Kolb…Jeff Greene’s Mom

Cady Huffman

Jim Staahl…Restaurant Manager

Richard Kind…Cousin Andy

Suzy Nakamura…Assistant Manager

Bob Einstein…Marty Funkhouser

Mel Brooks

Michael York

Ben Stiller

Mekhi Phifer…Omar Jones

Jack Gallagher…Doctor

David Schwimmer

Patrick Kerr…Michael

Rosie O’Donnell

Don Stark…Stu Braudy

Christine Taylor

Michael Richards

Jane Carr

Fran Metzger

Caroline Aaron…Barbara

Mayim Bialik…Jodi Funkhouser

Tia Carrere…Cha Cha

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Recurring Characters

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  • Adrian (Eyal Podell)
  • Adriana Stone (Jhoanna Flores)
  • Det. Alejandro “Alex” Chavez (Ignacio Serricchio)
  • Alice (Tamara Clatterbuck)
  • Amber (Adrienne Frantz)
  • Amy (Stephanie Williams)
  • Ana (Jamia Simone Nash)
  • Andy (Steven Ford)
  • Angelo (Mike Starr / Angelo Tiffe)
  • Anita H. (Mitzi Kapture)
  • Anita Lawson (Catherine Bach)
  • April (Janet Wood / Cindy Eilbacher / Rebecca Staab)
  • Arthur (David Hedison)
  • Avery Bailey Clark (Jessica Collins)
  • Ben (Billy Warlock)
  • Ben “Stitch” Rayburn (Sean Carrigan)
  • Bill Foster (Charles H. Gray)
  • Blade (Michael Tylo)
  • Bobby (John Enos III)
  • Brad (Don Diamont)
  • Brittany (Lauren Woodland)
  • Brock (Beau Kayser)
  • Callie (Siena Goines)
  • Cameron (Linden Ashby)
  • Cane Ashby / Ethan Atkinson (Daniel Goddard)
  • Carl (Brett Hadley)
  • Carmine Basco (Marco Dapper)
  • Carol (Christopher Templeton)
  • Carmen (Marisa Ramirez)
  • Casey (Roberta Leighton)
  • Cassie Newman (Camryn Grimes)
  • Chris Brooks (Trish Stewart / Lynn Topping)
  • Clint (James Michael Gregary)
  • Cody (Brody Hutzler)
  • Cole (J. Eddie Peck)
  • Colin Atkinson (Tristan Rogers)
  • Colleen (Lyndsy Fonseca / Tammin Sursok / Adrianna Léon)
  • Connie (Lise Simms)
  • Courtney Sloan (Kelli Goss)
  • Daisy Carter Romalotti (Yvonne Zima)
  • Damon (Keith Hamilton Cobb)
  • Daniel Romalotti (Cam Gigandet / Michael Graziadei)
  • Danny Romalotti (Michael Damian)
  • David Chow (Vincent Irizarry)
  • David Kimble (Michael Corbett)
  • Davis Holloway (Alex Straggs)
  • Deacon Sharpe (Sean Kanan)
  • Delia Abbott (Alix and Madeline Dubois / Olivia and Riley Jones / Sophie Pollono)
  • Diane (Alex Donnelley / Susan Walters / Maura West)
  • Diego (Greg Vaughan)
  • Doris (Karen Hensel)
  • Drucilla (Victoria Rowell)
  • Dylan McAvoy (Steve Burton)
  • Eden Baldwin (Erin Sanders / Vanessa Marano / Jessica Heap)
  • Elliot (Michael Nouri)
  • Emily (Stacy Haiduk)
  • Esmerelda (Briana Nicole Henry)
  • Eve (Margaret Mason)
  • Farren (Colleen Casey)
  • Frederick (John H. Martin)
  • Genevieve Atkinson (Genie Francis)
  • Gil (Cassius Willis)
  • Gina (Patty Weaver)
  • Grace (Jennifer Gareis)
  • Greg (James Houghton / Brian Kerwin / Wings Hauser / Howard McGillin)
  • Detective Hank Weber (Sherman Augustus)
  • Heather Stevens (Vail Bloom / Eden Riegel / Jennifer Landon)
  • Hilary Curtis (Mishael Morgan)
  • Hope (Signy Coleman)
  • Ian Ward (Ray Wise)
  • Isabella (Eva Longoria)
  • J. T. (Thad Luckinbill)
  • Jamie Vernon (Daniel Polo)
  • Jazz (Jon St. Elwood)
  • Jennifer (Dorothy Green)
  • Jessica (Rebecca Street)
  • Ji Min (Eric Steinberg)
  • Joanna (Susan Seaforth Hayes)
  • John Abbott (Jerry Douglas)
  • John Silva (John Castellanos)
  • Julia (Meg Bennett / Pamella D’Pella)
  • Karen (Nia Peeples)
  • Katherine Chancellor Murphy (Jeanne Cooper)
  • Keemo (Philip Moon)
  • Keith (Granville Van Dusen)
  • Kelly Andrews (Cynthis Watros / Cady McLain)
  • Kurt Costner (Leigh McCloskey)
  • Lance (John McCook / Dennis Cole)
  • Larry (David “Shark” Fralick)
  • Leanna (Barbara Crampton)
  • Leslie (Janis Lynde / Victoria Mallory)
  • Leslie Michaelson (Angell Conwell)
  • Lindsey (Lauren Koslow)
  • Liz (Julianna McCarthy)
  • Lorena (Davenia McFadden)
  • Lorie (Jaime Lyn Bauer)
  • Luan (Elizabeth Sung)
  • Lucas (Tom Ligon)
  • Lynne (Laura Bryan Birn)
  • Mac (Ashley Bashioum / Rachel Kimsey / Clementine Ford)
  • Maggie (Tammy Lauren)
  • Malcolm (Shemar Moore / Darius McCrary)
  • Mamie (Veronica Redd)
  • Congressman Marcus Wheeler (Mark Pinter)
  • Marge (Jeanne Cooper)
  • Mari Jo (Pamela Bach / Diana Barton)
  • Mason Wilder (Lamon Archey)
  • Mary (Carolyn Conwell)
  • Matt (Robert Parucha)
  • Matt Clark (Eddie Cibrian / Russell Lawrence / Rick Hearst)
  • Maureen (Cassandra Hepburn)
  • Megan (Ashley Jones)
  • Meggie (Sean Young)
  • Michael (Colby Chester)
  • Miguel (Anthony Peña)
  • Mitchell (William Wintersole)
  • Nathan (Nathan Purdee)
  • Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John)
  • Nina Webster (Tricia Cast)
  • Noah Newman (Luke Kleintank / Hunter Allan / Kevin G. Schmidt / Robert Adamson)Owen (Albie Selznick)
  • Olivia Winters (Tonya Lee Williams)
  • Patrick Murphy (Michael Fairman)
  • Patty Williams / Mary Jane (Stacy Haiduk)
  • Peggy (Pamela Peters Solow / Patricia Everly)
  • Phillip Chancellor III (Thom Bierdz)
  • Rafe Torres (Yani Gellman)
  • Raul (David Lago)
  • Reed (Max Page)
  • Rex (Quinn K. Redeker)
  • Rianna (Rianna Loving)
  • Ricky Williams (Peter Porte)
  • Ripley Turner (Christian Keyes)
  • River (Michael Gross)
  • Ronan Malloy (Jeff Branson)
  • Roxanne (Tatyana Ali)
  • Ryan (Scott Reeves)
  • Ryder (Wilson Bethel)
  • Sabrina (Raya Meddine)
  • Sam (Sean Patrick Flanery)
  • Augustus “Sarge” Wilder (Darnell Williams)
  • Scott (Peter Barton)
  • Scott Jr. (Blair Redford)
  • Shawn (Grant Cramer)
  • Sheila (Kimberlin Brown)
  • Shiloh (Julie Pinson)
  • Sierra (Asia Smith)
  • Skye (Laura Stone)
  • Snapper (David Hasselhoff / William Grey Espy)
  • Sofia Dupre Wilson (Julia Pace Mitchell)
  • Spencer Walsh (Evan Parke)
  • Steve (Greg Wrangler)
  • Todd (Corbin Bernsen)
  • Tom (Roscoe Born)
  • Tomas (Francesco Quinn)
  • Tony (Nick Scotti / Jay Bontatibus)
  • Tricia (Sabryn Genet)
  • Tucker McCall (William Russ / Stephen Nichols)
  • Tyler Michaelson (Redaric Williams)
  • Tyra (Eva Pigford)
  • Tyrone (Phil Morris)
  • Vance (Eric Roberts)
  • Dr. Watkins (Lorraine Toussaint)
  • Yolanda “Harmony” Hamilton (Chene Lawson / Debbi Morgan)

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Ashley Abbott .. Eileen Davidson

Billy Abbott … Jason Thompson

Jack Abbott … Peter Bergman

Johnny Abbott … Holden and Ryan Hare*

Jill Abbott Atkinson … Jess Walton*

Lily Ashby … Christel Adnana Khalil

Lauren Fenmore Baldwin … Tracey E. Bregman

Michael Baldwin … Christian LeBlanc

Traci Abbott Connelly … Beth Maitland*

Sharon Collins … Sharon Case

Mariah Copeland … Camryn Grimes

Elena Dawson … Brytni Sarpy

Kevin Fisher … Greg Rikaart

Dr. Nate Hasting … Sean Dominic

Brittany Hodges … Lauren Woodland*

Anita Lawson … Catherine Bach*

Tara Locke … Elizabeth Leiner

Chloe Mitchell … Elizabeth Hendrickson

Abby Newman … Melissa Ordway

Adam Newman … Mark Grossman

Chelsea Newman … Melissa Claire Egan

Christian Newman … Alex Wilson*

Connor Newman … Judah Mackey

Faith Cassidy Newman … Reylynn Caster*

Katie Newman … Sienna Mercuri*

Nicholas Newman … Joshua Morrow

Nikki Newman … Melody Thomas Scott

Noah Newman … Robert Adamson*

Victor Newman … Eric Braeden

Victoria Newman … Amelia Heinle

Tessa Porter … Cait Fairbanks

Lola Rosales … Sasha Calle*

Rey Rosales … Jordi Vilasuso

Sally Spectra … Courtney Hope

Phyllis Summers … Michelle Stafford

Amanda Sinclair … Mishael Morgan

Esther Valentine … Kate Linder

Nina Webster … Tricia Cast

Christine Blair Williams … Lauralee Bell*

Devon Hamilton Winters … Bryton James

Moses Winters … Jacob Aaron Gaines

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