How was your Monday? Mine was good…but COLD. I froze all freakin day. I hate turning on the heater in the house because it gets me too hot and gives me a headache, so once hubby got home from work, he grabbed the space heater and hooked it up for me. I can control it easily that way. But still…winter is definitely on its way! Now, here’s what we think you should be watching tonight as you curl up and try to stay warm. 😉
Last week’s part one of a two-part NCIS: LA was great. I loved seeing them figure out the books helped make up the cipher. Eric jealous of Nell being out in the middle of the night, looking like she woke up with sex hair, was fantastic. I love the two of them. And of course, we have Deeks and Kensi. Deeks is just about my favorite character on a drama right now on television. I adore him to no end. He always cracks me up—like he did during the dog show. At the end of part one, the team found the bomb (& how creepy was it when the guy said yes, he would have detonated it?). Now they know they have a list of sleeper agents and that there is a bomb with each of them in major cities across the country. Tonight is part two…and I’m looking forward to seeing how they deal with it. (This would have been perfect to be a cross-over episode with NCIS or Criminal Minds, in my opinion…but whatever. 😉 )
On tonight’s episode, “Rude Awakenings, Part 2,” the team continues their investigation behind the death of a CIA agent that leads to a dangerous ring of Russian super agents. In a race against time, Sam risks having a secret exposed.
See how the team finds & stops all the sleeper agents tonight on CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS: LA @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Flashpoint, Raising Hope, NCIS, Vegas, Happy Endings, The New Normal, Dancing with the Stars, Ben and Kate, Chopped, Total Blackout, Covert Affairs, Chef Race: U.K. vs U.S., & Sons of Anarchy.
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The Voice seems to be never ending this season, but that’s okay with me because I have been loving it. So far, it’s hard to choose a favorite, but I’m really partial to Michaela, Terry, and Melanie because they are all something new and fresh. I do not like Dez at all, and think that Christina should have kept De’borah instead of Adriana. I’m hoping that this week, we don’t lose anyone that I love, because I’m tired of thinking the judges make bad decisions.
On tonight’s episode, “Results Show,” two vocalists from each team are eliminated in a results edition.
To see if your favorite survives, tune into NBC at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Voice @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing NCIS: LA, Hart of Dixie, The Voice, The X Factor, New Girl, Go On, The New Normal, and The Mindy Project.
It’s been 3 weeks since we had a new episode of Parenthood, but it seems so much longer! Last time, Kristina was scheduled for surgery so Haddie came home from college to be with her. However, when the surgery didn’t completely eradicate the cancer, Adam and Kristina put on a fake smile in order to get Haddie to return to college. Meanwhile, Max ran for class president and won; Sarah and an unhappy Drew moved in with Mark; and Ryan asked Amber out.
Parenthood has been so good this season—this cancer story line has led to some pretty amazing dramatic moments and performances. This season, the series has gone from a show I casually watched each week to one that I really look forward to. I really hope they don’t plan to kill off Kristina—Monica Potter has been fantastic on the show, and I want to see more.
On tonight’s episode, “Together,” Camille and Crosby help Kristina and Adam find balance while Kristina undergoes treatment; Sarah and Zeek worry about Amber’s relationship with Ryan; Julia continues making efforts to connect with Victor; and Drew reaches out to Amy.
Don’t miss the drama tonight on NBC at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Parenthood @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching Happy Endings, Don’t Trust the B— in Apt 23, Go On, The New Normal, Raising Hope, Ben and Kate, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Hart of Dixie, Emily Owens, M.D., Sons of Anarchy, Flipping Out, Chopped, Covert Affairs, Total Blackout, Viral Video Showdown, Chef Race: U.K. vs U.S., and Underemployed.
This season so far of Happy Endings has been as hysterical and funny as the first two. With the meta-comments flying around and the level of and the speed the jokes follow each other up, it’s laugh out loud for a full half hour every week. And now Alex and Dave are back together, which we have seen coming since the show started (not even Penny could stop that). That is a very funny pairing because they’re both so awkward.
On tonight’s episode, “Boys II Menorah,” Brad starts to work with Max emceeing in the Bar Mitzvah circuit, but this creates some tension. Jane encourages Dave and Alex to take their relationship seriously, but their attempts at romantic gestures seem to go right over the other’s head.
See who makes you laugh the hardest tonight on ABC 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Happy Endings @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, New Girl, Go On, and The Mindy Project.