CBS Upcoming Episode Press Releases - Various Shows - 12th March 2015 By Bradley Adams (March 12, 2015, 10:15 pm)
Blue Bloods, Hawaii 5-0, Mike and Molly, NCIS, Mom, Battle Creek, The Odd Couple
Mike and Molly - Episode 5.16 - Cocktails and Calamine
MIKE’S FEELINGS ARE HURT WHEN MOLLY DOESN'T WANT HIM TO GO WITH HER TO HER PUBLISHER’S PARTY, ON “MIKE & MOLLY,” MONDAY, MARCH 30
“Cocktails and Calamine” – Molly is nervous about Mike attending a celebratory party her publisher puts on for her and Peggy, on MIKE & MOLLY, Monday, March 30 (8:30-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: Why doesn’t Molly want Mike at her publisher’s party? Mike wants 2 know! #MikeandMolly #CBS 3/30 8:30 pm ET/PT http://bit.ly/1b5ZJ8D
Billy Gardell (Officer Mike Biggs)
Melissa McCarthy (Molly Flynn)
Reno Wilson (Officer Carl McMillan)
Swoosie Kurtz (Joyce Flynn)
Katy Mixon (Victoria Flynn)
Nyambi Nyambi (Samuel)
Rondi Reed (Peggy Biggs)
Cleo King (Grandma / Rosetta McMillan)
Louis Mustillo (Vince)
David Higgins (Harry)
Edie McClurg (Paula Martin)
Bee-Be Smith (Writer)
Sami Sillo (Server)
Joseph O’Connell (Rehearsing “Mike”)
STORY BY: Al Higgins & Rob Deshotel
TELEPLAY BY: Michael Glouberman, Brian Keith Etheridge & Crystal Jenkins
DIRECTED BY: Michael McDonald
NCIS - Episode 12.19 - Patience
NCIS CONNECTS THE MURDER OF A PETTY OFFICER TO A 40 YEAR OLD UNITED STATES AIRPORT BOMBING COLD CASE, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, MARCH 31
“Patience” – The murder of a petty officer sparks a lead in a 40 year old airport bombing cold case that Gibbs and DiNozzo have been assigned to for the past two years. Also, McGee is jealous that he was not previously briefed on the cold case, on NCIS, Tuesday, March 31 (8:00-9:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
CHEAT TWEET: #NCIS gets a break on a 40 year old airport bombing cold case 3/31 8pm http://bit.ly/1xhNavy
Mark Harmon (NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs)
Michael Weatherly (NCIS Special Agent Anthony “Tony” DiNozzo)
David McCallum (Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard)
Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto)
Sean Murray (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee)
Rocky Carroll (NCIS Director Leon Vance)
Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer)
Emily Wickersham (Probationary NCIS Agent Eleanor “Ellie” Bishop)
Lisa Banes (Ambassador Olivia Edmunds)
Kathe Mazur (Navy Vice Admiral Dawn Tyson)
A Martinez (Tomás Orlando)
Arturo del Puerto (Eddie “Collarbone” Rosario)
Dan Thiel (Seal Team Commander Joe Hankos)
Stephanie Fantauzzi (Lolita Cortes)
Roxana Ortega (Doctor Susanna Soto)
Ryan Carlberg (Navy Petty Officer First Class John Goode)
Theresa June-Tao (Chrissy)
Samantha Cope (Heather)
Andrew Bongiorno (Navy Lieutenant Louis Freston)
WRITTEN BY: Steven D. Binder
DIRECTED BY: Tom Wright
The Odd Couple - Episode 1.05 - The Wedding Deception
OSCAR AND FELIX HAVE DIFFERENT AGENDAS IN MIND WHEN THEY ATTEND THE WEDDING OF AN OLD COLLEGE FRIEND, ON “THE ODD COUPLE,” THURSDAY, APRIL 2
Christine Woods Guest Stars as Ashley, Felix’s Ex-Wife
“The Wedding Deception” – When Oscar and Felix attend the wedding of an old college friend, Oscar aims to reconnect with an old flame while Felix is determined to show his ex-wife that he’s a changed man, on THE ODD COUPLE, Thursday, April 2 (8:31-9:01 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Christine Woods guest stars as Ashley, Felix’s ex-wife.
CHEAT TWEET: Oscar & Felix are headed 2 a wedding. Will it be a night 2 remember? 4/2 @ 8:31PM ET/PT http://bit.ly/1b5YO86
Matthew Perry (Oscar Madison)
Thomas Lennon (Felix Unger)
Wendell Pierce (Teddy)
Lindsay Sloane (Emily)
Yvette Nicole Brown (Dani)
Christine Woods (Ashley)
Andrea Bogart (Olivia)
Lise Simms (Deena)
Paolo Andino (Chad)
Nikki Tuazon (Waitress)
WRITTEN BY: Joe Keenan
DIRECTED BY: Phill Lewis
Mom - Episode 2.18 - Dropped Soap and a Big Guy on a Throne
CHRISTY AND BONNIE FACE TEMPTATION WHEN BONNIE IS PRESCRIBED PAIN MEDICATION, ON “MOM,” THURSDAY, APRIL 2
Jaime Pressly Returns as Jill
“Dropped Soap and a Big Guy on a Throne” – Christy and Bonnie face temptation when Bonnie is prescribed pain medication for a back injury, on MOM, Thursday, April 2 (9:30 – 10:00 PM ET,PT) on the CBS Television Network. Jaime Pressly guest stars as Jill.
CHEAT TWEET: Bonnie injures her back & must take pain medication… will she give into temptation? #Mom 3/12 9:30pm http://bit.ly/1xhMgz2
Anna Faris (Christy)
Allison Janney (Bonnie)
Matt Jones (Baxter)
Sadie Calvano (Violet)
Blake Garrett Rosenthal (Roscoe)
Mimi Kennedy (Marjorie)
Spencer Daniels (Luke)
Jaime Pressly (Jill)
Beth Hall (Wendy)
Victor Webster (Dr. Harris)
H. Michael Croner (Cliff)
Matt Hobby (Chip)
Mark Adair-Rios (Dr. Gonzalez)
Llou Johnson (Vial)
Fred Tatasciore (Canister)
STORY BY: Chuck Lorre & Gemma Baker
TELEPLAY BY: Eddie Gorodetsky & Nick Bakay & Susan McMartin
DIRECTED BY: Anthony Rich
Hawaii Five-0 - Episode 5.20 - Ike H?nau
WHEN GROVER’S OLD FRIEND TELLS HIM HE WITNESSED HIS WIFE FALL OFF A CLIFF TO HER DEATH, GROVER’S GUT INSTINCT TELLS HIM THAT THIS WAS NO ACCIDENT, ON "HAWAII FIVE-0," FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Mykelti Williamson, Michelle Hurd and Kim Wayans Guest Star
"’Ike H?nau" – When Grover’s oldest and closest friend tells him he witnessed his wife fall off a cliff to her death, Grover’s gut instinct tells him that this was no accident. Also, Danny and Dr. Shaw get trapped in an elevator with a dead body in need of processing, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, April 3 (9:00-10:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Mykelti Williamson, Michelle Hurd and Kim Wayans guest star.
(*’Ike H?nau is Hawaiian for "Instinct")
CHEAT TWEET: #H50 fans, #Grover is on the hunt! #ChiMcBride @mykeltiwmson @itsmichellehurd @kimwayans 4/3 9pm #Five0Fridays http://bit.ly/1b5XQc2
Alex O’Loughlin (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka (Dr. Max Bergman)
Chi McBride (Lou Grover)
Jorge Garcia (Jerry Ortega)
Amanda Setton (Dr. Mindy Shaw)
Dennis Chun (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Michelle Hurd (Renee Grover)
Shawn Thomsen (Officer Pua Kai)
Mykelti Williamson (Clay Maxwell)
Christian Martin (Richard Yeager)
Kim Wayans (Diane Maxwell)
Annika Bauer (Camper #1)
Kavita Patil (Elaine Latu)
Hopena Pokipala (Camper #2)
Thomas H. Chang (Officer Jack Tseng)
STORY BY: Peter M. Lenkov & Peter M. Tassler
TELEPLAY BY: Moira Kirland & Eric Guggenheim
DIRECTED BY: Maja Vrvilo
Blue Bloods - Episode 5.19 - Through the Looking Glass
FRANK SPARS WITH AN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST WHO REFUSES TO GIVE UP HER SOURCE WHO HAS CONFESSED TO COMMITTING MURDER, ON "BLUE BLOODS," FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Leslie Hope Guest Stars as Anne Farrell, the Investigative Journalist
"Through the Looking Glass" — Frank goes toe to toe with an investigative journalist who refuses to give up her source, despite the source admitting to committing murder. Also, Danny is paired with a troubled teenager as part of an NYPD program aimed at influencing youth to make better decisions, on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, April 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Leslie Hope guest stars as Anne Farrell, the investigative journalist.
CHEAT TWEET: Can a journalist invoke the 1st amendment if she knows who committed a crime? @BlueBloods_CBS 4/3 10 pm ET/PT http://bit.ly/1b5XvWR
Tom Selleck (Frank Reagan)
Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagan)
Bridget Moynahan (Erin Reagan)
Will Estes (Jamie Reagan)
Len Cariou (Henry Reagan)
Marisa Ramirez (Det. Maria Baez)
Amy Carlson (Linda Reagan)
Sami Gayle (Nicky Reagan-Boyle)
Vanessa Ray (Officer Eddie Janko)
Tony Terraciano (Jack Reagan)
Andrew Terraciano (Sean Reagan)
Abigail Hawk (Abigail Baker)
Gregory Jbara (DCPI Garrett Moore)
Robert Clohessy (Sgt. Gormley)
Latanya Jackson Richardson (Lt. Dee Ann Carver)
Leslie Hope (Anne Farrell)
Dominique Fishback (Charelle Tyler)
James Lesure (Alex McBride)
Los Jones (Torres)
Jonathan Igesias (Ralph Lewis)
David Jennings (Male Resident)
Jerrell Lee (Melvin Williams)
Deborah Offner (Judge McCarthy)
Ashlie Atksinson (Sandra Colby)
Johnnie Mae (Woman)
Chad Lindsey (Uniform)
Isaiah Stokes (Perp # 2)
Frank Spagnolo (Court Clerk)
WRITTEN BY: Siobhan Byrne O’Connor
DIRECTED BY: Eric Laneuville
Battle Creek - Episode 1.06 - Cereal Kille
RUSS AND MILT MUST DEAL WITH AN UNKNOWN ASSASSIN AND BATTLE CREEK’S UNORTHODOX MAYOR AFTER AN ATTEMPT IS MADE ON HIS LIFE, ON “BATTLE CREEK,” SUNDAY, APRIL 5
Patton Oswalt Guest Stars as Mayor Hardy
Peter Jacobson Guest Stars as Darrel Hardy, the Mayor’s Brother and Chief-of-Staff
“Cereal Killer” – When someone attempts to assassinate Battle Creek’s mayor during the annual “Breakfast Day” celebration, Russ and Milt must protect the unorthodox politician while trying to track down the attacker, on BATTLE CREEK, Sunday, April 5 (10:00-11:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network. Patton Oswalt guest stars as Mayor Hardy. Peter Jacobson guest stars as Darrel Hardy, the mayor’s brother and Chief-of-Staff.
CHEAT TWEET: Who would want to kill #BattleCreek’s fun-loving mayor? @PattonOswalt guest stars! 4/5 10pm http://bit.ly/1xhLguS
Josh Duhamel (Milt Chamberlain )
Dean Winters (Russ Agnew)
Janet McTeer (Commander Guziewicz)
Kal Penn (Fontanelle White)
Aubrey Dollar (Holly Dale)
Edward Fordham, Jr. (Aaron Funkhauser)
Liza Lapira (Detective Erin Jacocks)
Patton Oswalt (Mayor Hardy)
Peter Jacobson (Darrel Hardy)
Ashton Moio (Sam)
James MacDonald (Stevie)
Paul Diaz (Officer Murdoch)
Thomas Kasp (Joey)
Francesca Ferrara (Sam’s Mom)
Karla Mosley (Kira)
Tom Beyer (Mr. Pate)
Blaine Saunders (Cece)
Shamar Sanders (EMT #1)
Porter Kelly (Nurse Kelly)
Henri Lubatti (Dr. Mayner)
WRITTEN BY: Lindsay Jewett Sturman
DIRECTED BY: Craig Zisk
The Dovekeepers - Synopsis
THE DOVEKEEPERS, a four-hour limited event series from executive producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, will be broadcast Tuesday, March 31 and Wednesday, April 1 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The project stars Cote de Pablo, Rachel Brosnahan and Kathryn Prescott in the title dovekeeper roles, Sam Neill as first-century Jewish scholar and historian Josephus, and Diego Boneta as a star warrior of the Jewish army at Masada. The series is based on Alice Hoffman’s bestselling, critically acclaimed historical novel about a group of extraordinary women whose lives intersect in a fight for survival at the siege of Masada.
Historian Flavius Josephus (Sam Neill) sternly informs an anxious Shirah (Cote de Pablo) and Yael (Rachel Brosnahan) that their lives will depend on whether or not they share the truth about Masada with him. [Throughout the two nights of THE DOVEKEEPERS, their stories are told in flashbacks.]
Shirah reveals to Josephus that she was born in Alexandria, Egypt; that she never knew her father; and that her mother was sent from Jerusalem to be a kedeshah, or Temple prostitute. When Temple prostitutes are outlawed, Shirah’s mother gives Shirah her protective amulets and a treasured box detailing ancient rites of magic and herbal remedies and sends her to take refuge with a distant relative in Jerusalem. Shirah became a nursemaid to the young Amram and Yael (Maia Attard), the children of Josef Bar Elhanan (Manuel Cauchi), a widower.
Yael tells Josephus that her father, Josef, forever blamed Yael for her mother’s death during childbirth, but that Shirah was like a mother to her. Though, after Shirah becomes pregnant with the child of her married lover, Eleazar Ben Ya’ir (Mido Hamada), Eleazar’s aggrieved wife, Channa (Fiona O’Shaughnessy), informs Josef and others of Shirah’s adultery, leading the Elders to cast Shirah out of Jerusalem and into the desert. Yael explains that when she and Amram (Diego Boneta) got older, he was gentle and protective of her, despite becoming a Sicarii assassin like their father.
When the Jews in Jerusalem refuse to give their land and allegiance to Rome, the 10th Roman Legion, led by General Flavius Silva (Sam Hazeldine) and his second-in-command, Claudius (Kenneth Spiteri), begin killing and enslaving Jews, driving the rest out of Jerusalem. Aware that the Romans are specifically searching for him, Amram leaves Jerusalem, but he first enlists his fellow Sicarii, Jachim Ben Simon (Luke Roberts), to escort Josef and Yael, in addition to Ben Simon’s wife Sia (Marama Corlett), during their dangerous journey through the desert.
Shirah recounts how she was saved, after being exiled to the desert, by a wealthy, robust and good man from Moab named Sa’Adollos (Andrei Claude), who married her, raised her child, Aziza (Kathryn Prescott), as his own, fathered Shirah’s son, Adir (Andre Agius), and years later, trained Aziza to be an able warrior. Despite feeling grateful to Sa’Adollos, Shirah has an abiding love for Eleazar, with whom she continues to communicate via messages carried by doves. After Shirah receives an encouraging note from Eleazar, she leaves Sa’Adollos for good, forcing the confused Aziza and Adir to journey with her to Masada. En route, Shirah insists that Aziza remove her masculine attire. She raised Aziza as a boy, and now, without explanation, she wants Aziza to dress and behave like the girl she is. Aziza is stunned and distressed; she wants to remain a warrior.
Meanwhile, Yael and Sia form a sisterly bond in the desert, but soon, to Sia’s despair, Ben Simon initiates a passionate affair with Yael, who is completely bewitched by him. However, Ben Simon’s love and allegiance to Sia is clear when Sia falls ill. Yael tells the distraught Ben Simon that she knows of a medicinal flower that grows in the desert that could cure Sia, and he begs Yael to find it. Arming Yael with his dagger for protection, Yael begins a frantic and perilous search for the flower. The next day when she returns with it, Yael is anguished to find Sia and Ben Simon in a death embrace. Josef, who is more disgusted with Yael than ever as a result of her affair, buries Sia and Ben Simon, and they continue their journey. When Yael and Josef are tracked down by Amram’s warrior friends, including Uri (Zebulon Simoneau), they are brought to Masada, where they are welcomed by an elated Amram.
Shirah arranges for Yael to be assigned to join her and Aziza in their role as dovekeepers. Yael doesn’t recognize Shirah, who decides to keep Yael and Aziza in the dark about their former connection. Aziza is intrigued to learn that Yael is Amram’s sister, as Aziza is having a secret relationship with him. Meanwhile, Shirah is relishing her own clandestine relationship with Eleazar.
When some of the Roman scouts dispatched by Silva to find Jews who are hiding in the desert start to come closer to Masada, Eleazar, Amram and their fellow warriors attack the Roman camps and bring home spoils of war. The plunder includes a slave, Wynn (Diarmaid Murtagh), whom the Romans captured in a faraway land “in the North,” who ends up being consigned to help the dovekeepers with their heavy work. Most at Masada treat the slave like a savage, but Yael is kind to him, and he is immediately smitten with her.
Amram is deeply saddened when his friend is killed alongside him in battle against the Romans and is also troubled to learn that Yael is pregnant with Ben Simon’s child. Amram vows not to abandon Yael, who shares that she is happy to be carrying this child, despite feeling haunted by Sia. Shirah gives Yael a mystical remedy to rid her of Sia’s spirit, and, after being kicked out of her home by her father for being pregnant, Yael moves in with Shirah and her two children. After Yael gives birth, Aziza is jealous upon witnessing Shirah dote on Yael and the child and give Yael one of her prized amulets for protection.
Despite warnings from Shirah, Yael begins a romantic liaison with the towering yet tender slave Wynn. Knowing that the Romans won’t stop their aggression, he proposes that she and her daughter run away with him prior to their arrival at Masada. Yael can’t bring herself to leave Masada and selflessly attempts to help Wynn flee. However, he’s spotted and is jailed, with no more access to the dovecote.
Silva and thousands of soldiers from the 10th Legion ominously approach Masada, yet the warriors at Masada are still hopeful that they’ll persevere.
Josephus interrupts these accounts to chide Shirah, Yael and their people for not having paid homage to Rome in order to maintain their freedom and save their lives. Yael replies that they wouldn’t betray their faith, and Shirah rebukes Josephus for his choice to align with the Romans despite being Jewish.
The next day, Shirah and Yael, who are still being held by the Romans, report back to Josephus to continue their story of what happened at Masada. Shirah takes note of the abundance of scrolls written by Josephus for the Romans, and taunts him by suggesting that his historical accounts are likely written from a point of view that will please the Romans.
Silva and Claudius strategize how to get their soldiers into the seemingly unreachable fortress of Masada, and wonder how many people have taken refuge there.
Meanwhile, with Eleazar away on an expedition to scout the Roman camps rising up around Masada, Aziza goes to his wife, Channa, to attempt to get permission for Yael to visit the incarcerated Wynn. At Yael’s suggestion, Aziza brings Yael’s infant daughter with the hope of currying favor with the childless Channa. Initially, Channa is not inclined to help, but she is entranced by the baby and agrees to Aziza’s suggestion that she return with a potion to help Channa’s labored breathing. After her breathing is eased by Shirah’s remedy, Channa arranges for Yael to visit Wynn. Yael is dismayed to find Wynn bloodied and delirious, and vows to get to him as often as possible to nurse him back to health. As a result, Yael ignores Shirah’s warnings to not trust Channa, who persuades Aziza to leave the baby with her overnight in exchange for another visit for Yael with Wynn.
Upon his return to Masada, Eleazar gathers the people and informs them of the horrors Silva has inflicted on fellow Jews, despite promising freedom for their surrender. He says they cannot retreat, and Amram leads the warriors with the chant, “Freedom or death!” Noticing that the mysterious warrior Yoav (Jonas Armstrong) is not joining in the chant, Amram asks if he’s afraid to die, to which Yoav replies, "I’m already dead."
Yael is relieved to see an improvement in Wynn’s condition, but is soon horrified to realize that Channa is planning to keep her baby. Shirah appeals to Eleazar, who retrieves the baby from an anguished Channa. As an act of revenge, Channa rallies the masses to punish Shirah for being “a witch,” but with a little help from Eleazar, Shirah manages to turn the tide that had been rising against her. Back at her abode, Shirah warns Aziza not to love Amram or anyone, saying it will be her undoing. Aziza does not want to abide by Shirah’s wishes and implores Shirah to tell her why she raised her as a boy. Shirah tearfully reveals that when Aziza was a young girl alone with Shirah in their tent in Moab, bandits came and violated Shirah until Sa’Adollos returned, killing the bandits in a rage. They decided then to raise Aziza as a boy to protect her. Aziza is deeply moved and tells Shirah that she wants to be a warrior – that it’s her fate.
When Amram discovers that a convoy is en route to bring supplies to the Romans, he gets Eleazar’s blessing to depart with fellow warriors to intercept the supplies. Despite telling Adir he’s not ready to fight, Adir joins anyway and is seriously wounded by a spear to his leg. Shirah blames Amram, who later tells Aziza that she and Shirah coddle Adir, who should not hesitate to fight again. As the warriors prepare to depart for another battle, Aziza joins the ranks disguised as Adir. While battling the Romans at their camp, Aziza proves to be very skilled with her bow and arrow. Shocked to observe Amram recklessly slaughtering women and children within the camp, a distracted Aziza is almost slain by a Roman, who is killed in time by Yoav. When Yoav spies Aziza outside the warriors’ barracks after battle dressed as a woman, he lets her know he is aware that she was fighting. He vows to keep her secret and suggests she fight next to him in the future. Later, Aziza asks Yoav why he’s always alone, and he shares a tragic tale of his wife’s death at the hands of the Romans.
Eleazar joins Shirah and her children for a Shabbat dinner, their first time eating together as a family, but Aziza doesn’t know he is her father. Later that night, Shirah tells him she’s pregnant. She asks if their child will ever see peace, to which he tenderly replies that he’ll be fighting for that. Meanwhile, Yael finds a way to help Wynn escape Masada.
When the warriors determine that the Romans are building a siege wall to keep the Jews from being able to leave Masada, it becomes clear to those at Masada that time is running out. Yael and her father reconcile, but Amram starts to unravel and can’t accept the fact that Aziza no longer wants him.
Silva tells Claudius that they will build a ramp to reach the top of Masada. The warriors plan a dangerous mission to attack those building the ramp and to destroy it. Yael, who has been training under Shirah to learn ancient rites of magic and how to make potions, grabs a vial of poison and stirs it into the water to be drunk by the Romans. The warriors are shocked to happen upon all of the dead soldiers, and everyone believed demons were responsible.
Silva calls out to Eleazar, ordering him to surrender to save his people. Eleazar instead motions for the warriors to use their crossbows against the Romans below. The Romans’ siege tower and battering ram start to rise closer to the top of Masada. When the Romans ultimately get close enough to use catapults to send flames over the top of the wall, setting Masada on fire, Eleazar gathers everyone. He somberly says that they must slay themselves rather than be killed, raped and enslaved by the Romans. He chooses 10 death givers, including Amram, and Eleazar assigns Yoav to be the last standing death giver, who must kill himself at the end.
Instead of preparing to die, Shirah and Yael vow to live to tell the true story, not the one they imagine the Romans will tell. Aziza chooses to stay behind, and meets her fate – as does Amram. When the Romans make their way into Masada, they are stunned to see all of the bodies and no one left to fight them. When some of the Roman soldiers discover Shirah and Yael hiding in a cistern with Adir and Yael’s baby, they are brought to Silva. Shirah appeals to Silva, asking that he grant them their lives in exchange for their insights about what happened at Masada. He agrees, which is how they end up with Josephus. Moved by their story and his shared heritage with Shirah and Yael, Josephus vows to document what they told him and instructs the Roman guards to release them.