It’s hard to believe that’s it’s almost the end of February already! This month has just flown by, and I can’t wait to get through it to see my baby boy. 🙂 In the meantime, let’s take a look at what you should be watching tonight.
It’s Tuesday, and since there’s a new episode, I’m recommending you watch, Glee. I know it’s not a surprise, and despite the ups and downs this season has brought, I still love the show. There are a few things that bug me about the story lines right now, but I’m holding out hope that Ryan Murphy will fix his mistakes (ie. Finn and Rachel need to get back together.).
On tonight’s episode, Figgins teaches the McKinley students about the dangers of underage drinking, and the Glee kids are touched by his message. Meanwhile, Mr. Schuester and Coach Beiste have fun together.
Tune into FOX at 8/7c to see how our favorite teachers misbehave. 😉 Learn where to find episodes online of Glee @ Clicker.
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I’m sick with a horrible cold, so I feel like poo, but my DVR is desperately trying to make me better. On its schedule tonight? A new episode of NCIS: LA. I love this show something fierce. The characters, including the addition this season of Eric Christian Olsen as L.A. Police Detective Deeks, who is too adorable for words, really make the show for me. Sam is a tough, former U.S. Navy SEAL, and when he believes in something, he gives it his unending support. He takes everything personally, and it makes it hard for him sometimes. Callen is a chameleon who transforms himself into whomever he needs to be to infiltrate the criminal underworld. He puts off an “I don’t care” vibe sometimes, but in truth, he does care. A lot. The mystery surrounding his past (he has no real first name that anyone, even himself, knows) is one that is playing out throughout the series and is very interesting.
Kensi is smart and works well with the men of the group, definitely holding her own. Then you have Eric and Nell, the techno-wizards, who can work through almost any technical problem. They complement each other, and there is an undercurrent of attraction there, which is fun to watch. Nate, the team’s head shrinker, has been missing for a lot of the season, which is sad, because his interaction with the team is fun to watch. Finally, heading up the group is Hetty, played by the incomparable Linda Hunt. Hetty oversees the group with an iron fist when needed, but she feels genuine affection for each of them, as we see every so often. She knows each of the group better than they know themselves, really, and she might actually be my favorite character on the show.
On tonight’s episode, Detective Deeks has his morning routine disrupted when he is shot during a convenience store robbery, leaving the NCIS team to investigate into the fact whether the assailants’ intentions were to target him or someone else.
Don’t miss tonight’s new episode on CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS: LA @ Clicker.
You know this family all too well. You’ve seen them in your neighborhood, or at your grocery store, or maybe at your bowling alley, and you probably prayed that they never came your way! The Chance family may not have much money or many friends, but they have a whole lot of family, and that is plenty! The laughs don’t stop when you tune in to an episode of Raising Hope, because the Chance family is full on funny in their dysfunction.
Tonight, Virginia’s strapped-for-cash cousin Delilah (guest star Amy Sedaris) visits unexpectedly. Jimmy panics when Maw Maw takes off on Sabrina’s moped.
Watch an all new episode on FOX at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Raising Hope @ Clicker.