Extract .SYNOPSIS from Powershell Function

Hi all
Is there a way to extract only the .SYNOPSIS part from function?
I have this function which shows all the functions and aliases within a module (SIT-ADFunctions)
Function Show-SITFunctions()
    $functions = Get-Command -Module SIT-ADFunctions

        $obj = @()
        foreach($ffunction in $functions)
            $funcName = $ffunction.Name

            $falias = Get-Alias -Definition $funcName
            $falias = $falias.name

            $memb = New-Object System.Object
            $memb | Add-Member -Type NoteProperty -name "Function" -value $funcName
            $memb | Add-Member -type NoteProperty -name "Alias" -value $fAlias

            $obj += $memb

    $obj | Format-Table Function,Alias

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It gives this
Function                 Alias
--------                 -----
Get-SITCU                gcu
Get-SITDagensTal         dt
Get-SITDomainAdmins      gda
Get-SITEmptyFields       gef
Get-SITEnterpriseAdmins  gea
Get-SITFSMORoleOwner     fsmo
Get-SITGroupMembers      ggm
Get-SITGroupMemberships  ggms
Get-SITGroupsAndUsers    ggau
Get-SITInactiveComputers gic
Get-SITLocalAdmin        gla
Get-SITMaxTokenSize      gts

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I would like to also show the SYNOPSIS from each function. Is it possible?
Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAsked:
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Basically with something like (Get-Help -Name Whatever).synopsis.
But there's no need for all the intermediate variables, and in principle, the function shouldn't return anything resulting from a Format-* cmdlet. You can't do anything anymore with those results.
It's still in the following script, but I'd really recommend to remove it and return the plain objects.
This allows you to do something like
Show-SITFunctions | ft -au
Show-SITFunctions | fl
Show-SITFunctions | ? {$_.Name -like 'Whatever'}

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which isn't possible if the function already formats the results.
Anyway, here's how I'd do it:
Function Show-SITFunctions() {
	Get-Command -Module SIT-ADFunctions | ForEach-Object {
		$ReturnObject = '' | Select-Object -Property Function, Alias, Synopsis
		$ReturnObject.Function = $_.Name
		$ReturnObject.Alias = Get-Alias -Definition $_.Name -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
		$ReturnObject.Synopsis = (Get-Help -Name $_.Name -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue).synopsis
	} | Format-Table -AutoSize

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Kasper KatzmannSeniorkonsulentAuthor Commented:
Brilliant. Exactly what i needen only better :)
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