Caught in a Shootout
Forrest finds himself in the middle of a deadly shootout between his former cult and law enforcement.
The Five-Star Lifestyle
With some help from Mrs. Greenfield, Forrest constructs a belief system for his new cult and finds ways to charm his followers.
The Ghosts of the Past
Forrest breaks into his old house to experience what it's like to be haunted but is surprised to find more than just metaphorical ghosts inside.
The Handsome Man Himself
While catfishing his ex-wife, Forrest finds himself in the awkward position of having to track down the man whose picture he's been using on his dating profile.
Introducing Ace Shrift
After creating a fake online persona in the hopes of catfishing someone, Forrest is surprised to find a familiar face among the women interested in his dating profile.
Bow and Arrow
Forrest asks his reluctant father, who once won a trophy for archery, to shoot an apple off the top of his head.
An Upsetting Birthday Wish
Forrest must try to make his son's birthday wish come true even though it's the last thing he wants.
A Peaceful Sojourn
After falling asleep during a relaxing spin around the bay on a rowboat, Forrest gets stranded at sea.
A Six-Star Event
Forrest creates a new show called "Evaluate" for the express purpose of giving an experience six stars.
Burial and Bad News
After having Josh and his girlfriend bury him alive, Forrest receives a troubling life update from Suzanne.
Conquering the Fear of Public Speaking
Forrest gets to work writing a wedding toast for his ex-wife's rehearsal dinner in order to overcome his fear of public speaking.
Guards vs. Prisoners Pillow Fight
While behind bars, Forrest convinces the prison administration to organize a pillow fight, but he doesn't take the other prisoners' violent tendencies into account.
At the Mercy of the Magic 8-Ball
Forrest allows a Magic 8-ball to guide him for a day but runs into trouble when he receives a call from Suzanne.
To Kill or Not to Kill?
Forrest addresses a viewer who wants to know what it's like to end a life.
A Clear and Resounding "No"
Grant and Review's lawyer explain to Forrest why the show does not in any way condone murder.
Winning Over Clovers
Forrest competes with a fellow inmate for the allegiance of his imaginary friend Clovers.
While reviewing what it's like to be happy all the time, Forrest receives an ill-timed visit from his ex-wife Suzanne.
The Scary Randomness of Life
After attending a meeting of conspiracy theorists, Forrest begins to wonder if there's something suspicious about all the misfortune he's experienced as the host of Review.
Unmasking the Mastermind
Forrest's Grant-centric conspiracy theory picks up steam after he discovers a shocking secret from the past.