Gary and Claire are caught in the crossfire when an outspoken radio host is shot by an extremist. Sonya defends the rights of her star pupil, who is a terrorism suspect in Gary’s investigation.
The NSA’s illegal surveillance techniques are leaked to the public by one of the agency’s employees, Edward Snowden, in the form of thousands of classified documents distributed to the press.
A divorcee becomes entangled in a missing persons investigation that promises to send shockwaves throughout her life.
Inside Family Guy – The episode offers viewers a behind-the-scenes peek at a production week of the series to see what goes into the making of the show. At one point, Peter is replaced and appears in the office of TV execs to pitch his own new series.
The Day Will Come When You Won’t Be – In the seventh-season premiere, Negan’s actions will haunt the surviving members of Rick’s group forever.
“Racist as F**k” – Jared meets Molly’s friends; Issa confronts her coworkers’ lack of confidence in her; Lawrence is taken aback by a headhunter’s remarks; Molly’s pep talk to a new summer associate at work fails to connect.
Do or Die – New York begins falling and Eph and Dutch try to finish their new device before the city gets overrun. Elsewhere: Justine, Gus, and Angel make a final stand against the virus.
“Bless the Beast and the Children” – Philip and Lukas find proof that the killer’s alive; Helen tries not to let the case affect her marriage; and a new head of the FBI task force is introduced.
In To Me You See – Masters looks to groom Art as his protégé in a new area of research, while Johnson does her best to keep Nancy at arm’s length. Elsewhere, Betty seeks an unlikely source to assist in her fight for equal rights to Helen’s baby.