Zubin is a hard working guy who has been running between his job and his basement disaster that he's preparing for his son. Sandra, his wife, does not believe Zubin is actually doing any renovations when he disappears into the basement night after night.
Andrew Zimmern highlights the edible icons of Iceland's capital. From salted cod and lamb hot dogs piled with toppings to tangy, creamy skyr, Reykjavik's food is as colorful, quirky and steeped in history as the city itself.
Jack finds the best bars to hit after a day on the slopes in Aspen, CO. He tries champagne sabering at the high-end St. Regis Hotel, cocktails in a hot tub at 39 degrees and stops by neighbourhood favourites Jimmy's and Woody Creek Tavern.
Jack tours his favourite dockside bars starting with the largest waterfront bar in Florida and a British-style pub on the docs of Baltimore. Next, he's off to a marina bar in Redondo Beach, CA, and finishes off at a Sausalito bar.
Beginning in Kathmandu, Josh Gates heads high into the Himalayas of Nepal to obtain scientific evidence of the legendary Yeti. This time his mission is personal, and it will take him into uncharted territory.
Steve and Amy investigate paranormal activity at an historic estate in Medina, New York. Local experts uncover one of the most gruesome murders in the town's history, while Amy is jumped by a female entity.
Steve and Amy investigate claims of terrifying paranormal activity at a Sedona, Arizona, restaurant. During their intense investigation, Steve examines an unsolved murder case as well as the devastating fate of the local Native Americans.
Steve and Amy investigate violent paranormal activity at a family home in Kearney, Missouri. During their separate investigations, Steve tracks down the history of a ruthless Civil War-era gang leader while Amy encounters several deceased individuals.
Steve and Amy travel to Missouri to investigate paranormal disturbances keeping customers awake at an historic bed and breakfast. Steve's investigation reveals a surprising past involving medicine and religion, including a horrific murder-suicide.
Don examines a painting that was contested in the art world, a 19th century medallion connected to the case of a young girl with seemingly magnetic powers, and a blunderbuss that recalls an infamous pirate who terrorized the high seas.
Don Wildman examines a scorecard connected to a legendary figure skating rivalry, an underwater microphone which detected an unlikely World War II enemy and the skull of a tiny animal behind a decades-old canine curse.
Don examines a printing press connected to a founding fathers secret identity, a model plane with the propeller in the back flown by a record-setting aviatrix and an American flag designed by a high school kid.