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Programs for WMYD-DT on Saturday, August 27, 2016
Pilot (TV-14) A fast-talking lawyer returns to community college after his degree is revoked and forms a study group with fellow misfits who learn more about themselves.
The Psychology of Letting Go (TV-14) Pierce tries to deal with his mother's death, and the group comes together to console him; Jeff is left in the hospital after Professor Bauer's latest hijinks.
The One with the Embryos (TV-14) Phoebe goes to the doctor to get the embryos implanted in her uterus; Joey and Chandler win a bet and get to switch apartments with Rachel and Monica.
The One Where Joey Speaks French (TV-14) Phoebe tries to teach Joey to speak French for an audition; Ross and Rachel head out to Long Island after her dad has a heart attack.
Make It Better (
, TV-14) Jules' dad is recovering from an injury at her house, but she won't tell him about her health issues; the guys try to teach Travis to be successful with women.
, Repeat, TV-PG) The hosts take a look at singer Britney Spears' most memorable moments; an exclusive look at pop singer Lance Bass' dating show.
(TV-G) Sponsored television programming.
Talk show that highlights the people, resources and activities that make Michigan a great state. Celebrate Michigan promises to be uplifting and informative.
(New, TV-PG) A coast-to-coast look at the real estate market includes some of the best properties and home improvement tips from various experts in design.
The American Athlete
(Repeat, TV-G) Interviews with baseball player Sammy Sosa, race car driver Jeff Burton and professional boxer Hasim Rahman.
Good and Healthy (Repeat, TV-G) The team visits Soil Born Farms, an urban farm located in Sacramento, and joins the farm's summer camp for children who want to learn how to grow food.
Teen Kids News
(New, TV-PG, E/I 13-16) News events are explored and reported by teenagers for teenagers and pre-teens in an informative way that provides a view of the world from their prospective.
The Young Icons
, Repeat, TV-G) The lives and accomplishments of some of the best contemporary artists, athletes, philanthropists and entrepreneurs under the age of 18 are showcased.
Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures
Kangaroo or Koala Island? (TV-G) Australia's Kangaroo Island deals with a koala infestation that began with the introduction of eight of the marsupials in the 1920s.
Jack Hanna's Into the Wild
Best of Zululand (Repeat, TV-G) The host travels to South Africa's Zululand to witness the birth of a baby nyala antelope; Jack comes face-to-face with endangered rhinos.
SEMA Show: Lexus, Pure Vision, Mazda, Chevy and Honda (Repeat, TV-PG) A glimpse into the world of automobile technology featuring interviews with people who design, create and collect hot cars.
The Outdoorsman with Buck McNeely
Co. Elk Hunt With Daryle Lamonica (
, Repeat, TV-PG) Buck hunts the Colorado Rockies with former NFL Quarterback Daryle Lamonica for elk, and gives tips on hunting tactics and game management.
The First Family
The First Roast (
, Repeat, TV-G) The adults decide to hold a practice roast for President Johnson in order to prepare for the upcoming White House Correspondents' Dinner;
Mr. Box Office A
Cyra-No You Didn't (
, Repeat, TV-PG) Cassandra's amorous advances begin to make Marcus nervous and uncomfortable, so with Bobby's help, he attempts to turn her unwanted attention elsewhere.
Are We There Yet? A
The Booty Episode (
, TV-PG) Nick is invited to watch a sports game at a local bar that is infamous for its waitresses; the children demand larger allowances but refuse to work more.
Are We There Yet? B
The Get Together Episode (
, TV-PG) Nick comes to realize that his family is growing apart and attempts to resolve the matter by inviting friends and family together to bond.
The One That Could Have Been, Part 1 (
, TV-14) Barry and Mindy's impending divorce prompts the gang to fantasize about what their lives might be like if they'd all taken different courses.
The One That Could Have Been, Part 2 (
, TV-14) The conclusion of the "what if" episode shows Ross having a threesome with Susan and Carol, Rachel kissing Joey and Monica and Chandler hooking up regardless.
The Middle A
The Block Party (
, TV-PG) Brick shows a talent for modifying machines after Mike enters a lawnmower competition; Frankie tries to raise money for new jerseys, but Axl keeps his old one.
The Middle B
The Front Door (
, TV-PG) Axl breaks down the front door, and Mike wants him to fix it; Frankie must sell a car or wear a dog suit; Sue worries about her school picture.
, New, TV-PG) The hosts take a look at singer Britney Spears' "VMA" comeback and her time on carpool karaoke; singer Linda Thompson discusses Caitlyn Jenner.
Split Ends (
, TV-14) Brenda and the crew conduct an investigation after a hairstylist is found murdered; Brenda's parents visit, and her father asks when she's going to marry Fitz.
Nobody Likes Babies (
, TV-14) David finds the answers he was looking for regarding Cytron; Olivia, Cyrus, Mellie, Hollis and Verna realize that they must pull out all the stops.
Solve For X (TV-14) After a mathematician is found dead, Holmes and Watson try to determine the purpose of the complex equation he was trying to solve.
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The Bone That Blew (
, TV-14) Skeletal remains are identified as a missing Marine who had worked with privileged families; Brennan's father helps, but she remains doubtful about him.
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