Back in Canberra, Alex and the PM embark on a game of political cat and mouse. Alex knows the only person who can help her now is JC, but when they finally arrange to meet, JC gets spooked and runs.
Sally Phillips, Desiree Burch and Jessica Knappett join Dave to try to unscramble the seemingly scrambled.
Violet tries to deal with the moral dilemma of eating meat; Betty runs into an old fling.
Gwen is surprised when her older brother Jasper unexpectedly shows up to Camp Kikiwaka and encourages her to leave with him.
When Kaz and team arrives on a mysterious planet to buy supplies, they find the outpost has been abandoned and a secret Sith Temple has been raised.
Big Bird wants to visit Cousin Bird in California, but he learns that it’s too far for him to walk! Nina suggests a cross-country road trip, so they can stop off to meet new friends along the way.
During a routine CQC investigation, Robyn is devastated to realise she can’t rely on Duffy. Ethan stifles his feelings and turns his back on Effie, and Rash protects Mason from Dylan.
Chin and Bonnano are at war in Harlem. Mayme asks Bumpy to create a will where Bumpy finds out he and Mayme never formally adopted Margaret. Malcolm X and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. go to D.C. for the March on Washington.
Season 11’s funny fashionistas Tiara Gordon and Oba Jackson return to face off; it’s the dropout vs. the traitor when Sketchy Lawyer takes on Mike McAskill.
A woman in red drops a dying man off at a firehouse and then vanishes; police soon learn the victim is a contractor with a troubled personal life, but they struggle to identify the mystery woman.
After meeting a new man, Demetria Hill goes missing. Her mother, Sharon Williams, can’t stop her search.
While Princess Anne dates her elder brother’s polo rival Andrew Parker Bowles, Prince Charles falls deeply in love with Camilla Shand causing the Queen Mother and Lord Mountbatten to interfere.
Miles is questioned by detectives. Rick connects with a long-lost friend and finds comfort at a very ‘loving’ commune. Yago and Ed search out Amara’s hidden stash. Season finale.
Marinette is babysitting Manon. They are playing with hand-crafted dolls that Marinette made herself, Marinette playing as Ladybug and Cat Noir and Manon playing as Lady Wifi, Rogercop and Evillustrator. Because Marinette always plays as the Ladybug and Cat Noir dolls, Manon laments that Marinette always wins and bursts into tears. Feeling guilty, Marinette allows Manon to borrow her Ladybug doll. However, Nadja Chamack, Manon’s mother, does not want her to borrow it, as she complains that Manon already has too many toys; they get into a dispute, resulting in the Ladybug doll getting torn. Despite that, Manon still wants to borrow the Ladybug doll, so she asks Marinette for it behind her mother’s back. Marinette hesitates and decides on a compromise instead, allowing her to borrow the Lady Wifi doll instead. Chamack notices Manon plays with the doll, and angry that Manon had defied her instructions, she confiscates it from her. Upset, Manon becomes influenced by Hawk Moth and turns into the Puppeteer, a villain who can control the people Marinette’s dolls are based on.
Ms. Tudi miraculously scores a small business loan and opens Tudi’s Wigs, Weaves and Whatnots; the Korean Bitch Mafia isn’t happy the store is on their turf, and that means war.
While Lorance’s lawyer, John Maher, continues to build his client’s case, there is also the revelation that much more may have occurred on that day than was initially revealed.
The Task Force investigates the unexplained disappearance and sudden re-emergence of a governor. Meanwhile, Red and Dembe surveil someone close to Katarina Rostova, as she inadvertently involves Agnes in an operation of her own.
Katie teams up with Oliver in hopes of growing her lasagna-making endeavor from hobby to serious business venture. Meanwhile, a bout of writer’s block forces Greg to look at new career opportunities. When a young YouTube sensation enlists Greg’s help to ghostwrite his memoir, Greg is pushed out of his comfort zone.
A vast network of subterranean bunkers in the American west was home to the power to destroy nations, but today, this facility is deserted, and new discoveries reveal why this eerie place was built and why it was abandoned.