I’ve been looking forward to today for a while, because there’s a great new premiere on tonight. Megan is recommending it, but I wanted to throw my two cents in, too. Besides that, there are some other great episodes on, including the season finale of Psych, so check out what we think you should be watching.
It’s been over a month since the last Law & Order: SVU, where we watched Olivia’s brother kind of melt down when his kids got taken away by social services. The rest of the team tracked down a creepy couple who was luring women into being kidnapped, raped, and forced to have children. It was crazy freaky. Tonight marks the return also of Harry Connick Jr. as Olivia’s Executive ADA boyfriend, but I think this may be his last episode, which really saddens me, because I like her actually happy. It’s taken 13 seasons, but I’ve loved them together. 🙁 Andre Braugher also guest stars. I love them both, so yay. 🙂
On tonight’s episode, “Justice Denied,” a rape victim is brought to the hospital after a harrowing hours-long ordeal, and Benson recognizes the suspect’s M.O. from a case she solved eight years ago. The jailed rapist confessed to Benson after a tough interrogation but has been claiming his innocence ever since his conviction. The SVU squad is forced to reopen Benson’s old case to determine if they are dealing with a copycat or a case of wrongful imprisonment. As Benson’s detective work is challenged, her personal relationship with Executive ADA Haden is also placed in jeopardy when Counselor Bayard Ellis gets involved.
Check it out tonight on NBC at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Law & Order: SVU @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’m also going to be watching/DVRing Hot in Cleveland, Happily Divorced, Betty White’s Off Their Rockers, Suburgatory, Modern Family, Criminal Minds, the season finales of Psych & Restaurant Stakeout, and the series premiere of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
The premiere of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23 is tonight on ABC, and this is a comedy that you have to see. I have seen the pilot, and it’s absolutely hilarious. Krysten Ritter is out of the park good in this as the uber bitch, and James Van der Beek is awesome as himself. This storyline is one of those comedies where the possibilities are endless, and you’d be silly to miss it.
On tonight’s premiere, when June moves to Manhattan for a dream job, a startling series of unexpected events leaves her in debt and out on the streets. Her luck seems to change when she lands a job at a coffee shop and moves in with her deceivingly charming new roommate, Chloe. Chloe soon swindles June out of her life savings, but she and her snarky friend, James Van Der Beek, learn that just because June’s naïve, she isn’t stupid.
To see if you’re going to love this witty comedy as much as I am, tune in to ABC at 9:30/8:30c. Learn where to find episodes online of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also watching/DVRing Criminal Minds, American Idol, Revenge, Best Friends Forever, CSI, Law & Order: SVU, and Suburgatory.
I can’t believe it’s been a month since we last got a new episode of The Middle. Last time, Brick got a paper route job in order to earn money for some night vision goggles (to read at night, of course!), but it was Frankie and Mike who did all the work. Meanwhile, Sue finally got her braces off, only to discover that they had over-corrected and that she now has to wear full headgear. And as if things aren’t always bad enough for her, Matt broke off their long-distance relationship (which was a shock to Sue).
This show still remains one of my top Wednesday comedies. Sue and Axl are my favorite characters, so it was great to see them interact together in the last episode. Axl was uncharacteristically nice to Sue after her break-up, even comforting her by saying that other guys “could” like her in the future and inviting her to his baseball game. It is great how realistic the Heck family can be – as dysfunctional as they are.
In tonight’s episode, “Get Your Business Done,” Frankie is inspired by a church sermon about not hesitating to fulfill one’s destiny, but she wrestles with how to achieve this goal. Her family, however, rises to the challenge.
See it tonight on ABC at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Middle @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, CSI, Suburgatory, Modern Family, Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt 23, Revenge, Best Friends Forever, Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis, Psych, and Monster Man.
On the last Psych episode, Shawn and Juliet got into a major disagreement over a case, and that of course tickled Lassiter to no end. Shawn and Gus were hired by southern chef Thane, played by guest star Anthony Anderson, in order to prove his innocence. Thane had been convicted of murder and spent over two years in jail for a crime that he didn’t commit. After working the case and stepping on Juliet’s toes, foot, leg, and just about any other appendage, the group worked together to uncover who actually did it!
On tonight’s season finale, “Santabarbaratown,” when a body is found after twenty years, Shawn, Gus, and Henry reopen up the case.
Prepare for epic laughter at 10/9c on USA! Learn where to find episodes online of Psych @ Clicker.
Tonight, I am also watching The Middle, Modern Family, and Suburgatory.