I could blab on about how awesome Friday is and how it’s long awaited, but you’ve probably already checked your Facebook. Instead, I’m just going to save you some time and tell you what you should be watching on TV tonight.
Megan’s Choice #1
We’ve come to the end of the season for Blue Bloods, and after last week’s episode, I am confident in saying that they are going to finish strong. I was so upset when that young woman jumped off the building with her newborn. Suicide is tragic enough without having a child involved. Danny felt responsible because he was the lead detective on the case when that young woman’s parents were murdered years earlier. He’d vowed to protect her and her sister and feels he failed. Then, as if the episode wasn’t tragic enough, Jaime’s smart-mouthed partner, Vinny, was shot down in a trap in the very gang-run neighbourhood he grew up in. If that episode is any indication, I’m going to need kleenex tonight, too.
On tonight’s season finale, “This Way Out,” as the Reagans rally together to take down the leader of the gang responsible for the murder of someone close to them, Danny looks to the gang leader’s girlfriend to lead them to him. Meanwhile, Frank is left reeling from a second loss.
To wrap up the season with my favorite crime-fighting family, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Megan’s Choice #2
You should also be watching the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares tonight. Gordon Ramsay was on fire last week when he gave Chappy a what-for about his nasty fridge and bland food. It was all very needed. However, after Ramsay left, it was a short time before Chappy went back to his old ways and the restaurant is once again in trouble. I don’t understand, when they’re given such a great opportunity, why they have to go back to their old ways. I’m sure there are lots of people who would love to have Ramsay’s advice and help overhauling their restaurant.
On tonight’s season finale, “Amy’s Baking Company,” Chef Ramsay heads to Scottsdale, AZ, to visit Amy’s Baking Company, which might be one of the cleanest restaurants in the history of the show. Cleanliness aside, Ramsay and the patrons find a number of issues with the food and service, but owners Amy and Samy refuse to listen to any critiques. With seemingly no boundaries, this couple has no reservations about yelling at customers that complain. Will this defiant duo listen to Chef Ramsay, or force him to walk away?
To see if this couple can rise to the occasion, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching the series finale of Touch.