April 2008

At Dabu, Jason explains his tactic with the immunity idol. Cirie tells everyone that her heart was pounding as everything was going down. She’s now wondering if things had played out how Eliza and Jason had hoped how much more interesting the game would have become.

Jason knows his only hope is to keep beating Ozzy.

At the reward challenge, they split into two teams and have to swim out through an obstacle course to view a board before heading back to arrange symbols on their answer board. Natalie and Jason pick teams. Jason takes Ozzy, Amanda and Erik. Natalie takes Parvati, James and Alexis. Cirie heads to exile island due to her being the last person not selected for a team.

Jason’s team takes the win and earns them a flight to another island for a feast and some culture and then a night staying in a hut.

Erik is amazed that all the women aren’t wearing shirts and says it’s the most boobs he’s ever seen. They love the culture dance. Ozzy says he loves going places with Erik because he hasn’t traveled much and is quite naive about things but he appreciates that.

Erik has been partying a little too hard and ends up throwing up viciously. He says it was all worth it afterwards though.

Cirie hasn’t been having a fun time on exile island. She has, however, been devising a plan on how to get rid of Ozzy and his immunity idol as he’s such a big threat.

Back at camp, everyone is trying to sleep but James is making a noise. Parvati tells him to quit it. James is annoyed and wonders how long it will take before he cracks.

The others arrive back at camp and Ozzy tells them about their reward. Parvati doesn’t look impressed. She talks to Alexis about how annoying Ozzy was with the whole reward thing.

At the immunity challenge, the survivors have to stand on a log with their hand above their heads while attached to a bucket of water. If they drop their hands then they’re out.

Jeff brings out a bowl of candy and Cirie and Erik both quit. When Jeff walks out with the next item, Alexis gets excited and before he can offer it, she drops her hand. She’s out and gets nothing. Natalie falls not long after. James then slips and is annoyed he’s put himself out. Ozzy then quits for three chocolate glazed donuts.

After 5 hours, Amanda has to go to the bathroom. Parvati and Jason are left and after 6 hours, Jeff comes out with a huge plate of food. Jeff tells them that if one of them quits then they can share that food with the others. Jason wants guarantees from everyone that he will be safe tonight. Cirie and Alexis promise along with everyone else who also wants the food but they have their fingers crossed.

Ozzy is sure Jason is going home and that giving up the immunity is the biggest mistake of the game.

Cirie then talks to the others about perhaps getting rid of Ozzy to blindside him and get rid of him and the immunity idol.

Ozzy contemplates playing the idol, just to be safe.

At Tribal Council, Eliza is shocked as the votes swing from being 4-1 to Jason to 5-4 to Ozzy who just didn’t see it coming.

Wednesday April 30
9pm

The Clause kids are “tweenage terrors” – disrespectful, manipulative and resentful – but the key to change rests with their parents. Mom is a pushover, and Dad is too laid-back and laissez faire. Can Jo help this family find its way back to each other?

Wednesday April 30
8pm

In this episode directed by star Tom Welling, Clark discovers that Kara sent messages from Krypton in the past that indicate that Brainiac (guest star James Marsters) wants to kill Baby Kal-El so Clark will not exist in the future. Clark is torn, because he thinks the world would be better off if he had never arrived in Smallville. Jor-El arranges for him to see what life would have been like if Clark hadn’t existed: Lex is President of the United States, Kara is raised by the Luthors, Jonathan is alive, Lana is happily married and Chloe and Lois are ace reporters.

Tuesday, April 29
8.30pm

After Cheryl leaves town to take care of her mom, Jim realizes he can’t be both mother and father to his children, so when Ruby attempts girl talk with her dad, he reassigns “mommy power” to Aunt Dana. But when Dana gives Ruby permission to go out with an older boy, an upset Jim can’t stand idly by, and he, Dana and Andy end up trailing Ruby and her date to the mall.

Tuesday, April 29
8pm

After years of dating, Andy has finally met the perfect girl. Unfortunately he’s so afraid of screwing up, he’s not quite himself. Jim offers to take the girlfriend’s daughters to a concert with Ruby and Gracie, but Andy can’t help worrying about Jim’s shenanigans. He leaves a dinner with Emily to go check on Jim at the concert, and realizes his concerns were justified when the girls are nowhere to be found.

Monday, April 28
9.30pm

Trying to prove she has moved on since her breakup with Todd, Sam asks Craig (guest star Jerry O’Connell, Carpoolers) – a complete stranger – to accompany her to Todd’s photo gallery exhibit. But Sam soon learns that she may have already crossed paths with Craig at some point in the past, and not in a positive way. Meanwhile, Howard discovers that one of Todd’s photos on display features his daughter in a not-so-positive light.

Monday, April 28
9pm

Alan plans Evelyn’s wedding while Charlie pursues his future stepsister. Robert Wagner (Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me) and Jenny McCarthy (Scary Movie 3) guest star.

Sunday, April 27
9pm

The models head to Rome for the second part of the competition and are thrilled with their new home. The girls face their biggest challenge yet when they are told they will be filming a Cover Girl commercial – in Italian.

Sunday, April 27
8pm

With school midterms right around the corner and everyone demanding Kyle’s attention, he feels like he is being pulled in every direction. When he starts experiencing brain glitches and produces weird drawings in his sleep, Kyle starts to wonder if it is more than just stress that is getting to him. With help from Adam and Nicole, can Kyle figure out how to solve his problem or has he pushed himself too far this time?

Sunday, April 27
7pm

Feeling badly for neglecting Jessi, Kyle tries to make amends by taking her to the University of Washington to learn more about her mother, Sarah. As they follow a trail of information, Kyle starts to see Jessi’s more aggressive and competitive side as well as how far her abilities have progressed. Learning what Sarah’s life was like only makes Kyle worry that Jessi is more like her than they originally thought. But will Jessi’s tendency to push herself too far, too fast become dangerous? And is there anything Kyle can do to stop her?