I’m so excited for today, because my kid goes back to school after the long weekend. (Stress on the word long. lol) No, really, I’m excited because there’s tons of great TV on tonight. Check out what we think you should be watching!
Jenny’s Choice #1
Last week’s episode of NCIS: LA was extremely good. Not only was the team going against a criminal so cunning, even Callen admitted that the guy was as good or better a chameleon than he was in changing his identity, but they had to fight against Assistant Director Granger. I am hoping that man leaves soon…of course, that might mean he leaves after dealing with the big reveal in the previews for this week’s episode, that Kensi is a murder suspect.
On tonight’s episode, “Blye, K,” the team searches for new evidence to prove Kensi’s innocence after she is taken into custody as the lead suspect in a murder investigation involving her deceased father’s sniper unit. This is part 1 of a 2-part episode.
Don’t miss it tonight on CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS: LA @ Clicker.
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Last week’s episode of Glee gathered lots of reviews – both good and bad. I was on the side of the good, because I loved all the music. We watched Finn’s and Rachel’s parents try to trick them into breaking up, but their plan backfired. The kids actually decided to still get married and moved up the date. Silly kids. Truth be told, getting married young is a terrible idea, but I love Finchel, so I’m on board for now. The whole story with Karofsky being Kurt’s secret admirer was really sweet, but I’m with Kurt – that would be one messed up relationship.
On tonight’s episode, “On My Way,” the glee kids square off against the Dalton Academy Warblers at Regionals.
To see if New Directions can beat the Warblers, tune in to FOX at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Glee @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching NCIS, NCIS: LA, New Girl, Unforgettable, and The River.
Last week on Raising Hope, the event we’ve been anxiously awaiting finally happened! The episode started with Jimmy trying to make Sabrina jealous by hiring an actress to play his girlfriend. But once he discovered that Wyatt and Sabrina had broken up, he organized an elaborate play to tell Sabrina the truth about what he’d done and his feelings for her. The play reenacted many of the great Sabrina and Jimmy moments we’ve seen throughout the series. At the end, Jimmy told Sabirna that he has been in love with her since the day he met her. Sabrina ran out of the theater—not because the feelings weren’t mutual, but because she hates kissing in public, and the two (finally) kissed.
The play was so much fun—they did a great job recreating a lot of the fun stuff from past episodes! I honestly didn’t think we were going to get this moment, at least not until the end of the season. It will be great to see how things develop for Jimmy and Sabrina now that they are officially a couple.
In tonight’s episode, “Sheer Madness,” Jimmy and Sabrina decide to be more open with each other as their relationship grows, which leads to Jimmy helping her overcome a childhood phobia. Meanwhile, Burt comes clean with Virginia about a habit he’s been hiding for years.
See what happens when Sabrina’s phobia leads Jimmy into a bad place on FOX at 9:31/8:31c. Learn where to find episodes online of Raising Hope @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be DVRing/watching: Cougar Town, The River, Body of Proof, Parenthood, New Girl, Glee, Jane by Design, Switched at Birth, Chopped, Southland, and White Collar.
Last week’s episode of Southland was a game changer. Michael Cuditz most definitely deserves an Emmy nomination and win for his portrayal of a gritty cop who is trying to hold out until retirement. We found Cooper and Tang investigating a domestic dispute, which turned out to be a son who was upset that his parents were not allowing him to go to school. The reason for that was because they thought he was gay and had texted a naked photograph of himself to another student, and in reality, it was a prank. The boy ended up being teased, harassed, and beaten up at school, which led him to attempt suicide from jumping off of a building. Cooper tried to talk him down and even admitted that he himself was gay. Unfortunately, the boy later committed suicide anyway by jumping off of the hospital. Sammy and Sherman clowned around by pranking one another, and Lydia is still trying to decide what she’s going to do about her pregnancy.
On tonight’s episode, “Integrity Check,” after a young man testifies in one of his cases, Sammy tries to make some amends. John and Tang have to babysit a documentary crew, and Lydia is ordered to serve as shift supervisor for the day, but the job could possibly be more than her body can handle right now.
See all the fun tonight on TNT at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Southland @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be setting my remote on Glee, New Girl, and Raising Hope!
Jenny’s Choice #2
I loved last week’s episode of NCIS, because we got to see Tony’s dealings with his ex-fiancee, who basically told him he needs to tell Ziva how he feels. Doh. lol I wonder if he’ll take her advice or if we’ll end up seeing more of her… I enjoyed the case of real life superheroes – ordinary people who dress up in costumes and help combat neighborhood violence and crimes – and was SO laughing at the end when the guy knocked out the murderer. Boy, his father was a piece of work…
On tonight’s episode, “Psych Out,” when a high-level security Navy reservist is found dead, Gibbs has to deal with Dr. Samantha Ryan (guest star Jamie Lee Curtis) from PsyOps in order to uncover the truth behind a possible suicide. Meanwhile, DiNozzo gets into a dispute with accounting after seeing McGee’s paycheck. Sean Astin also guest stars.
Check it out tonight on CBS at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching: Last Man Standing, Cougar Town, 19 Kids & Counting, New Girl, Raising Hope, Body of Proof, Chopped, Justified, Top Shot, & Unforgettable.