Episode 1

By Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show

Segment 1: “Shaking.” Linus can’t believe that a puppy could learn anything from the “shake and throw” method of training until Snoopy proves him wrong. “Spaghetti.” Charlie Brown serves Snoopy spaghetti. “Football”. Sally kicks the football into Woodstock’s nest. Woodstock kicks it back and hits Sally. “Baseball.” Charlie Brown’s team wins the first game of the season. But they must forfeit the game because Rerun illegally bet on the game.

Segment 2: “Toast.” Lucy tells Linus to throw burned toast out to Woodstock, but he won’t eat it either. “Snow Sculpture.” Lucy brags about her sculpture of George Washington until she sees Linus’ huge sculpture of Washington crossing the Delaware. “Sit.” Charlie Brown tries to teach Snoopy to obey commands. “School.” Water from a leak in the school room ceiling drips onto Peppermint Patty’s head, but the teacher won’t move her for fear of destroying her seating arrangement. “Kite.” Charlie Brown repeatedly tries to fly his kite and finally gets tangled up with Snoopy and Lucy.

Segment 3: “The Blanket.” Lucy locks Linus’ blanket in the closet and he suffers from withdrawal. “Sally.” Sally guesses at answers to math questions.


By The Americans

The Americans is a period drama about the complex marriage of two KGB spies posing as Americans in suburban Washington D.C. shortly after Ronald Reagan is elected President. The arranged marriage of Philip and Elizabeth Jennings grows more passionate and genuine by the day, but is constantly tested by the escalation of the Cold War. Tensions heighten upon the arrival of a new neighbor, Stan Beeman, an FBI agent.

Heroin Warfare & The Coldest War


‘Heroin Warfare’ (correspondent: Suroosh Alvi) – Since the U.S. occupation of Afghanistan, heroin production in the region has skyrocketed, making the country the number-one producer by a large margin. Though Iran, Afghanistan’s neighbor, is an ultraconservative country, Afghan heroin flowing across the border has actually caused Iran to have the worst heroin use problem in the world. Suroosh Alvi gets a rare look inside Iran to meet the suffering heroin addicts, and see how the country is coping with the illegal drug trade. ‘The Coldest War’ (correspondent: David Choe) – With the polar ice caps shrinking due to global warming, new trade routes are being exposed, along with billions of dollars’ worth of natural-resource reserves. This is prime real estate and the five nations bordering the Arctic are readying themselves to fight for it. David Choe heads north to witness NATO forces participating in the largest polar military exercise in history. The problem is that there’s one non-NATO country that already considers itself rightful owner of the region: Russia. With Vladimir Putin’s recent military annexation of Crimea, there’s a definite possibility its aggressions will boil over, returning the international community to precarious Cold War footing.

Season 2, Episode 8: Family

By Stargate SG-1

Teal’c’s mentor Bra’tac arrives unexpectedly through the Stargate with shocking news: the Goa’uld Apophis survived the destruction of his ship and has now kidnapped Teal’c’s son Rya’c. O’Neill and the rest of the SG-1 team agree to join Teal’c as he returns to Chulak to rescue Rya’c but when they arrive they find much has changed. Because Teal’c didn’t return from Earth his wife Drey’auc assumed he was dead and married his old friend Fro’tak. To make matters worse Ray’c has been brainwashed by Apophis which causes him to denounce his father as a traitor and foil the team’s attempts to rescue him. Fro’tak becomes jealous after seeing Teal’c and Drey’auc rekindle their marital flame. The team is almost caputred and Fro’tak attempts to betray them to Apophis forcing O’Neill to take drastic action. But Teal’c sees a glimmer of hope when Rya’c slips a hidden message into his denunciation of his father. Teal’c wants to rescue him and take him back to Earth and although O’Neill agrees he suspects Rya’c – or his controller Apophis – may be setting an elaborate and deadly trap.