'Top Chef’s' Gail Simmons makes four Thanksgiving dishes including turkey pastrami. Then, 'Queer Eye’s' Bobby Berk is back with the latest DIY trends decided by our viewers. Rachael makes green chili mac and cheese.
Claire and Phil aren't convinced that Haley and Dylan can make it on their own as they move them into their new apartment before the baby arrives. Meanwhile, Pameron gets out of prison early and has a bone to pick with Mitchell.
After Mike encourages Vanessa to branch out her tutoring business, she takes his advice but gets frustrated when he gets a little too involved. Meanwhile, Kyle is determined to be like the other Baxters and become a high-powered entrepreneur.
Even though he is terrible, Adam tries his best at ice hockey and hopes to impress Murray. Likewise, Murray works hard to show he enjoys watching Adam make home movies. Meanwhile, Beverly drives Erica crazy about her S.A.T.'s.
Dre, an advertising exec, is happily anticipating a promotion at work, which would make him the firm's first African American senior vice president. Rainbow, an anesthesiologist, is looking forward to Dre's raise.
Read between the lines with the Pawn Stars when a first edition of Oscar Wilde's 'The Happy Prince' is brought into the shop. Then, Corey steps into the ring with a 1972 telegram that rejects Muhammad Ali from fighting in Alaska.
When Eve's boyfriend, Rob, doesn't invite her to his parents' anniversary party, Vanessa feels that Eve should tell him how this makes her feel, but Mike disagrees and thinks it's better for Eve to not say anything.
With the children growing up, Beverly decides to reinvent herself and quits being a substitute teacher. She decides to focus her energy on going to night school so she can eventually own her own business.
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