If We Controlled Your Remote… 5/21/13

I’m skipping tonight because the only things I’m caught up on are reality shows, but I did want to say that my heart, my thoughts, & my prayers go out to everyone in Oklahoma affected in any way, shape, or form by the recent tornadoes. It’s been a devastating few days, and I honestly can’t imagine how hard it’s been. Most of my family is in Oklahoma, but thankfully, all of them are outside the area that’s been hit. So please, while you’re enjoying the few new things on tonight, remember those that are much less fortunate and in need of thoughts, prayers, and donations! – Jenny

Megan’s Choice

thevoice2013smallThis season of The Voice has been one of my favorite so far. The talent is all so spectacular that it’s so hard to see anyone go. My favorites so far are Sarah Simmons because her voice is so haunting, Holly Tucker because you don’t expect that amazing power that comes out of her mouth, and Amber Carrington because she is just a joy to watch. However, I do not like Josiah Hawley very much. I believe he’s being voted through because he’s sexy, not because he’s anywhere near the talent of some of the others. I also don’t enjoy Sasha Allen too much—once you’ve heard one diva, you’ve almost heard them all.

On tonight’s episode, “Live Eliminations,” we see which of our favorites are going through and which artists are going home.

To see a recap of last night’s performances, tune in to NBC at 8/7c, then the results show following that at 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching Grimm and So You Think You Can Dance.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

grimm521smallTonight, NBC closes the book on the second season of Grimm. Last week, Juliette finally learned the truth about what was going on. In an amusing scene, Rosalee, Bud, and Monroe all revealed their true forms to her—and Juliette took the news much better than any of them had expected. Meanwhile, Nick and Hank investigated why dead wesen were seemingly rising again as zombies; and Adalind was forced to sign a contract of unknown terms while trying to bargain for her powers.

At the end of last week’s episode—which was pretty much the first half of a two-parter—Nick and Hank had figured out that Baron Samedi was building an undead wesen army, but they didn’t know where he was keeping it and what his ultimate goal was. How will they stop him? Will Adalind sell her baby, and to whom? Will Renard outwit his brother? And now that Juliette knows the truth, will she become a bigger part of the Scooby gang? So many questions for tonight’s finale! 🙂

On tonight’s episode, “Goodnight, Sweet Grimm,” Nick enlists help from Monroe and Rosalee while investigating attacks involving the “undead” in Portland. Meanwhile, Capt. Renard’s brother is in town on family business; and Adalind’s allies battle each other.

See how the season ends tonight on NBC at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Chopped and Awkward..

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