Forty-eight shows. Fifty-one episodes. That’s how much I have to record/watch this week. I guess the Fall season has truly begun, huh? It’s mind-boggling to look at this week’s schedule. We are going to try and pare it down for you each night, but I guarantee you now, we won’t be able to keep it to one show each after tonight! Still, we’ll try and limit it to one to three per person, except in extreme cases (Monday, anyone? Eek!). Now, as for tonight… Sunday is the calm before the storm, so to speak, so enjoy it! 😉
Who in the world would have guessed that Korilla’s would get kicked off The Great Food Truck Race for cheating?! I’ve seen two different thoughts on what went down at the end of last week’s episode. My personal thoughts are that the driver of the truck at the end is the one who did it, and the two in the car didn’t know he had. They blamed him and said he’d made them look like fools. The other thing I’ve heard from people is they think the guys were talking about Tyler (the host) when they said that about making them look like fools. What’d you think? Regardless, I was sad, because they were my pick to win. *sigh* Can’t believe that. Crazy stuff, man. We’re getting down to the end, so the competition for the top three teams is tough!
On tonight’s episode, the three trucks arrive in Atlanta, Georgia, and the contestants are challenged to create an original dish utilizing peaches and peanuts. A Speed Bump forces the teams to work without their head chef for the day.
Check it out tonight on Food Network at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Great Food Truck Race @ Clicker.
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Tonight, I will definitely be watching the Emmys. However, I am also looking forward to a new episode of Breaking Bad. The tension has been building in some way for all of the characters, and last week, Jesse finally broke. He beat the crap out of Walter, giving him a bit of what he deserves. Relations between Gus and the Cartel are got more serious and deadly. To ease things, Gus plans to loan Jesse to the Cartel, so now Jesse needs to learn how to make the blue meth on his own. Once the Cartel knows how to manufacture their own meth, what will they do with Gus and/or Jesse? How will this all play out?!
In tonight’s episode, “Salud,” Walt’s family worries when he doesn’t show up for Walt Jr’s birthday, and Jesse puts his lab skills to the test without Mr White’s help.
Tune in to AMC at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Breaking Bad @ Clicker.
There is only one episode left until the season finale of Drop Dead Diva, and I can’t believe how fast time has flown by! Jane has a boyfriend now, Fred and Stacy’s relationship is in turmoil, and Parker and Kim broke up, reunited, and then broke up again. Now, Parker has a secret child he doesn’t know about with his ex-girlfriend, who he just hired to work at the firm. This is all starting to sound like one large soap opera. I say, the sudsier, the better!
Tonight, Jane represents a woman who became infamous for clawing for a wedding gown during a bridal supersale. Grayson and Kim represent the co-owner of a Medieval Mania dinner theater, and Parker hires his ex-girlfriend (guest star Brandy Norwood). Also, Stacy lands a national commercial!
Tune in at 9/8c to Lifetime for an all new episode! Learn where to find episodes online of Drop Dead Diva @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’m going to go with the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards. It’s a night where the best of TV gets honored for all of their hard work. This year, it’s being hosted by the hilarious Jane Lynch (Glee), who funny enough, is actually nominated for “Supporting Actress in a Comedy.” It would be hilarious if she won, though, wouldn’t it?
Watch the men of Modern Family battle it out for Best Supporting Actor, or who knows. Maybe they’ll be shut out by Chris Colfer of Glee.
Tune in to FOX starting at 7/6c with the preview, and then at 8/7c to see who takes home the awards, and then check back here and let us know your favorite moments.