Happy Monday! I’m so excited, because not only is Castle new (& after last week’s episode? Holy Toledo, Batman!), but Bones returns, too, and it’s a HUGE episode. Megan is off dealing with a sick kiddo, but she did want to point out that The Voice is new tonight and it’s the first week of the live shows, so she said not to miss it. 🙂 Now, on to what else we think you should be watching.
As I stated above, Bones is back, baby! And baby is the keyword! Bones is pregnant and due any moment, causing Booth to worry like crazy as they head out on cases. I’ve seen tonight’s episode, and it’s really a great one. The case is gruesome (it starts off with a little girl being coaxed by her father to use the potty like a big girl by herself…and what she finds when she lifts the lid will likely scar her for life. LOL), and it leads Booth & Brennan into a prison near the site of the…discovery the little girl makes. It’ll be interesting to see how the show goes from what it was to what it is going to be after tonight. Executive Producers Hart Hanson & Stephen Nathan assured us on a call recently that it wouldn’t change as much as people think it will. You can read all about that & more on our interview post, which went up this morning: Bones Interview. I really loved tonight’s episode. The birth scene itself is great, but the stuff leading up to it is fantastic. I’m a happy shipper & Bones fan. (And Kyle…you didn’t think I’d make it without whining about wanting a new episode, did you? 😉 )
On tonight’s episode, “The Prisoner in the Pipe,” the remains of an escaped convict are found in a residential sewer, but an examination of the sewer pipes indicates that the murder occurred within prison walls. Brennan insists on solving the crime – despite Booth’s pleas for her not to overexert herself – and the expectant couple experiences a very untraditional arrival of their baby daughter.
Do not miss it tonight on FOX at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of Bones @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching Castle, Diners, Drive-ins & Dives, & The Voice.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
On last week’s Castle, we almost finally got the Castle/Beckett moment we’ve been waiting years for. However, just when Castle was about to tell Beckett his true feelings (again), he discovered that she really had heard his declaration of love after the shooting. Kate blurted out this fact during an interrogation, although she probably didn’t even realize she’d let it slip. Now Castle seems ready to give up on the hope of he and Kate getting together and doesn’t want to put himself out there again, believing she doesn’t love him back.
I really hope this show does not take two steps back. It’s obvious these two love each other, and I really hope it’s resolved soon. I don’t know if I can take another season of them stretching this out – though, Bones did it for 6 seasons! 😉 It’s not so much that I really need to see these two together (cue shipper gasps), but I just hate seeing the inevitable excessively dragged out.
In tonight’s episode, “The Limey,” a Scotland Yard detective works with Castle and Beckett to solve the murder of a British model whom he knew personally. Meanwhile, Lanie advises Beckett to stop stalling and pursue Castle. Brett Tucker (Off the Map, Spartacus) and Charles Shaughnessy (The Nanny) guest star.
Check it out tonight on ABC at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Castle @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching Bones, House, Smash, Being Human, and The Voice.
Last week on Smash, the team dealt with the aftermath of the workshops failures. Michael was fired, and Ellis stepped into the shoes of Eileen’s assistant instead of Tom’s. Derek asked Karen to help him steal the show away from Tom and Julia, and Karen worked on a music video with Ryan Teder from One Republic. Eileen’s daughter, played by Grace Gummer, visited her mom and forced Eileen to deal with her troublesome ex-husband.
On tonight’s new episode, “Hell on Earth,” Julia and Tom struggle to find a title for the recently reinvigorated Marilyn musical. Ivy and Karen compete for a major commercial for an orange juice company. Also, Frank makes a serious discovery.
Devour all of the drama on NBC at 10/9c! Learn where to find episodes online of Smash @ Clicker.
Tonight, I am not missing a moment of The Voice live performances!