By May 12, 1916, the rebellion long squashed, trials and executions of Irish republican leadership have been carried out for ten days to growing outrage.
On the third day of fighting, rebels still hold isolated positions as more British soldiers arrive to crush them.
On the brink of WWI, Elizabeth Butler (Charlie Murphy), May Lacy (Sarah Greene) and Frances O’Flaherty (Ruth Bradley) perform a musical at a Dublin theatre. A bell later tolls, signaling that Britain is at war.
Khalil’s leads a police raid at Les Agnettes, a disreputable housing development in Marseille.
In Marseille, France, former Pink Panther member Milan Celik (Goran Bogdan) robs a jewelry store with accomplices Borisav and Rajko.
Stamm listens to radio reports of the nationwide manhunt for him in progress, which is blocking his way across the East German border.
Generals Jackson and Edel move on to the second phase of Able Archer.
Stamm retrieves another coded communication from the stash-spot in the woods. The message reiterates that Able Archer is a nuclear first strike and tells Stamm to “prepare for war”.
International tensions mount after Russia shoots down a South Korean airliner with nearly 300 passengers on board, suspecting American spies.
After their night out, Stamm and Yvonne sleep together back at the ashram.
Meanwhile in the East, Annett discovers Ingrid passed out and unresponsive.
Schweppenstette assesses NATO intelligence gleaned from Stamm’s bug as “alarmingly accurate”.
At NATO headquarters, Linda gives Mayer a gift for his daughter and bids him a good weekend. As soon as he’s gone, she hurries to the bathroom and changes clothes. Meanwhile, a maid’s vacuum sucks up the bug under Mayer’s desk.
During an outdoor training exercise with the West German Military, Stamm breaks off from the group and collects a coded message hidden in a hollow tree. Alex Edel remains standing during a simulated attack in protest. Alex’s commanding officer reprimands him.
Daniel wakes up from an induced coma after being brutally beaten by Bobby Dean and his friends.
In 1983, East German official Lenora Rauch watches from her government’s embassy in Bonn, West Germany as U.S. President Ronald Reagan denounces Soviet Russia as an “evil empire” on television. She makes a call and tells her contact on the other end that she’s coming over, grabbing a coffee tin from her desk as she heads out the door.
Sitcom super-producer Chuck Lorre (Two and a Half Men, Mom) stopped to snap a picture of the crowd on his phone before joining The Big Bang Theory’s very funny cast including Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco and more on BEHIND THE STORY.
In the aftermath of the shootout with the Albanians, Harold is hailed as a hero and promoted while Phillip is sent back to prison for violating parole.
A year later, tensions between the tribal community and neighboring townspeople are at a high as both groups wait for the government to officially recognize the tribe and bar public access to the mountains where they live. Mac has taken Phillip’s place as the mentor figure in Junior’s life.
TV Guide’s Mike Schneider introduces the outstanding cast of Mad Men on this week’s BEHIND THE STORY.
Jean flushes her pills and experiences a vision of her next-door neighbor delivering her a box for her father which contains the paint-soaked bird’s nest that recurs in her hallucinations.
The hilarious cast of The Mindy Project, including Mindy Kaling, Chris Messina, Ike Barinholtz, Ed Weeks, Xosha Roquemore, Beth Grant and Zoe Jarman, gets thoughtful about the unique sitcom that brought them all together on BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER.
Phillip sneaks onto a Lenape burial ground, where he hides the money he found next to Mac’s body.
On BEHIND THE STORY WITH THE PALEY CENTER, comedian Patton Oswalt hosted the outrageously funny cast of Parks and Recreation. It’s been a long, successful road for this creative team, with lead star Amy Poehler joined by Adam Scott, Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt and Aubrey Plaza.
Police top brass interview Harold on the bloody shoot-out with the Albanians, while other cops try to beat a confession out of Phillip.
Newly appointed communications chief Liz Garvey tries to coach London Police Force Commissioner Richard Miller to improve his public profile. Liz squares off with her predecessor-turned-deputy Finn, who opposes Liz’s strategies of radical transparency in favor of carefully guarding police secrets.
The armed police celebrate the return of Banjo, Tony and Robbie back from suspension. Inglis and Finn watch Sharon announce the end of the shooting investigation and roll out her new initiative to make all civilian Police Community Support Officers into full members of the force.
Banjo, Tony and Warwick, on suspension after the shooting, let off steam massacring a group of unsuspecting actuaries in paintball. Meanwhile, Robbie visits the site of the shooting and stares at the victim’s bloodstain.
Police drag Commissioner Miller’s body out of the Thames, while Liz’s voicemail threats to the reporter poised to bring Richard’s affairs to light play in voiceover.