If We Controlled Your Remote… 4/30/13

If you’re a Bones fan, how flippin’ angry were you at last night’s season finale? I really enjoyed the episode for the most part, until the end. I swear, if it doesn’t get resolved within the first episode or two back next season, I’m going to be one very unhappy viewer. Brennan has been evolving and changing so much over the last couple of seasons, and what Pelant made Booth do could set her back years. No one wants that, and I hope Hart & Stephen don’t either. I won’t spoil in case anyone hasn’t seen it, but you can’t tell me Booth couldn’t have figured out SOME way to skirt Pelant’s directive… Still, that was last night, and tonight is all about more new TV, so check out what Kyle & I think you should be watching. 😀

Jenny’s Choice

ncis430smallIn an overused plot but still emotional moment last week, the car Tony & Ziva were driving was crashed into and we were left wondering whether they lived or died. Of course they can’t die…right? They thought they’d gotten Bodnar, but it turned out to be his brother, who was supposed to be out of the “family business,” but was pulled back in by his brother, Ilan, who had to be the one behind the car accident… So tonight, we’ll see the outcome from the crash and see if the rest of the team can find the bad guy.

On tonight’s episode, “Revenge,” in retaliation for the murders of Eli David and Jackie Vance, the NCIS team feverishly searches for Bodnar despite orders from Homeland Security to relinquish the case.

Find out if Tony and Ziva are okay tonight on CBS at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS @ TV.com.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing Hell’s Kitchen, 19 Kids & Counting, Counting Cars, NCIS: LA, Chopped, Who Gets the Last Laugh?, & Grimm.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

themindyproject430smallOne of the best new comedies this season has been The Mindy Project. Last week, the gang flew to a medical conference in Santa Fe—which just happened to be close to where Mindy’s ex, Josh, had relocated. So Mindy made plans to meet up with him and get some closure. During his apology, Josh revealed way more wrongdoings than Mindy even knew about, making it easy for her to move on.

The show has this looming “will they or won’t they” between Danny and Mindy, but I wouldn’t mind if they held that at bay for another season or two. I think they’ve been doing a good job exploring Mindy’s dating life, and it would be a shame to cut to the end game so quickly. I really liked Josh at the beginning of the series and thought he and Mindy made a great couple. It’s a shame they turned him into such a jerk. That said, I have also been enjoying Mindy’s latest relationship with Casey the minister—their differing religious beliefs have led to a lot of really fun moments between these two.

On tonight’s episode, “Triathlon,” Danny’s ex-wife returns to New York to discuss a heartfelt letter she received from him, though it was actually written by Morgan, which an irate Danny considers a fireable offense. Meanwhile, the staff compete in a triathlon with the midwives, who hire Morgan on the rebound from his dismissal.

To see if Danny regrets firing Morgan, tune in to FOX at 9:30/8:30c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Mindy Project @ TV.com.

I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm, Hell’s Kitchen, New Girl, Hart of Dixie, Chopped, and Awkward..

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