If We Controlled Your Remote… 5/3/12

Your favorite fall shows are getting ready to come to a season end, and it seems like only yesterday when they were just starting back up again. There are just a few new episodes left, so you’re going to have to savor every moment that you have left. Enjoy where the rest of the season will take you, and remember that there are a million and one ways things can play out, so expect the unexpected! Sit back, relax, and let your cares from the week fade away. Turn on the TV, soak up some laughter and fun, and prepare for the incoming weekend with a smile on your face.

Lisa’s Choice

Last week on Community, the study group turned things up Law & Order-style when their science experiment for their final exam was destroyed. Annie and Jeff were the ADAs, and Troy and Abed were the detectives. Shirley was the lieutenant, and Britta tried to fill the role of the psychiatrist, but as fans know, Britta is most definitely NOT an expert in the ways of the mind. Also, beloved classmate Star-Burns also known as Alex, was killed when his car blew up with a whole lot of meth in it—a real tragedy.

On tonight’s episode, “Course Listing Unavailable,” after Star-Burns’ unexpected death, Britta uses her skills, or lack there of, from psychology class in order to counsel the study group. Meanwhile, Chang tries to seize more control over campus security.

Switch on NBC at 8/7c for a lot of mischief and laughter! Learn where to find episodes online of Community @ Clicker.

Tonight, I am also watching 30 Rock, The Office, Awake, The Big Bang Theory, and Kathy!
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Jenny’s Choice

I love watching Simon Baker on The Mentalist. The whole cast is fantastic, but Baker’s Patrick Jane is fantastic. Just when you think he has no moral compass, he does something to show how much he really does care. Take last week… He seemed to have a genuine affection for the drag queens, and he offered Lisbon tea at the end of the episode, too. It was a good episode… I didn’t see it coming that the guy wasn’t really dead…that he was “undercover” as one of the drag queens. But he seemed happy now, so that was good. And then you had Cho and Summer, who called with the emergency of a rescue puppy. lol She’s good for him, whether he realizes it or not. He’s so serious all the time, and she really forces him to loosen up. This episode, he’s questioning his relationship with her, but I hope he doesn’t call it quits. 🙁

On tonight’s episode, “So Long, And Thanks for All the Red Snapper,” while investigating the murder of a surfer, Lisbon reconnects with her former fiancé, Greg, who she hasn’t seen in over a decade. Also, Cho questions his decision to be in a relationship with Summer. Kenny Johnson (The Shield, Saving Grace, Sons of Anarchy, Prime Suspect) guest stars as Greg Tayback, Lisbon’s former fiancé.

Don’t miss it tonight on CBS at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Mentalist @ Clicker.

Tonight, I’m also going to be watching/DVRing The Big Bang Theory, Missing, Rules of Engagement, & Person of Interest.

Megan’s Choice

What a week I’ve been having – who am I kidding? What a month I’ve been having. 🙂 Thank goodness for The Big Bang Theory and the comedic relief it brings to my life. Whether it’s Sheldon’s quirks, Raj’s inability to talk to girls, or the odd relationship between Leonard and Penny – it’s always a happy time. On the most recent episode, the guys threw Howard a bachelor party and Raj shared some stories from Howard’s sexual past, making Bernadette concerned, but Howard’s apologies smoothed things over. I have to say Raj was hilarious in this episode, and I’m looking forward to seeing him with more of these scenes.

On tonight’s episode, “The Launch Acceleration,” NASA reschedules Howard’s mission, putting the wedding plans in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Leonard says something surprising to Penny in the bedroom.

To see what wacky things Leonard asks for, tune in to CBS at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Big Bang Theory @ Clicker.

I’ll also be watching American Idol, The Mentalist, Person of Interest, and Grey’s Anatomy.

Kyle’s Choice

Last week was another nail-biting episode of Missing. While interrogating Becca, Agent Ortega brought up an old mission that Becca was involved with. “Operation Songbird” resulted in a young boy killing his own mother, and Becca realized that the sniper who tried to shoot her on the bridge was that same boy, now grown up. When Ortega left the interrogation room, Becca managed to escape. As she walked in to find Becca missing, Agent Violet Heath grabbed Ortega and stabbed her to death! Meanwhile, Michael and Oksana escaped on the train, but the guard from the mansion followed them. Michael was forced to kill the man so they could escape.

I always suspected there was something up with Agent Heath. Her “accidental” blowing-up of Paul’s safe house seemed a bit too suspect, and she seemed to have a lot of hatred for Becca. But who is she working for or with? Who can really be trusted? We also still don’t know who took Michael and why, or how Paul involved in all of this. How will Michael handle having taken a life, and will he finally be reunited with his mother? I’m really enjoying this action-packed ride and can’t wait to see what happens next.

In tonight’s episode, “Answers,” Dax and Violet try to capture Becca while Becca learns more about her real enemy.

Check it out tonight on ABC at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of Missing @ Clicker.

Tonight, I’ll also be watching/recording The Big Bang Theory, The Mentalist, Grey’s Anatomy, Community, 30 Rock, The Office, Parks and Recreation, Awake, Touch, and Sweet Genius.

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