Yikes, I can’t believe two weeks from now, I’ll be in San Diego for Comic-Conâ€”I’ve got so much planning to get done before then! Tomorrow is the 4th of July, and most Americans have the day off (sorry, Canada…you had your turn on Monday). Tonight and tomorrow night are extremely light nights for new TV, but weâ€™ve still got a couple suggestions on what you can check out tonight to kick off tomorrow’s break from work.
Last week on Franklin & Bash, the guys had to defend Peter’s mother, who had been arrested under charges of prostitution. In a very awkward interplay for Peter, the guys discovered that she had been working as a sex surrogate. Meanwhile, Jarrod was sleeping with Ellen, the DA prosecuting the caseâ€”and he was taking advantage of the situation to learn about the opposition’s case.
I have been really enjoying this new season of Franklin & Bash. I was a little worried when I heard that Heather Locklear was joining the cast, but the show is just as wacky and fun as ever. I like how the series takes a lighter approach to the the cases and subject matter, but doesn’t feel like a watered-down legal drama or an over-the-top sitcomâ€”it’s just a smart, fun show.
On tonight’s episode, “Captain Johnny,” the guys defend a fisherman, and Rachel takes on a wrongful-termination case that involves a psychic. Elsewhere, Peter and Jared acquire a curbside sofa.
Find out in the sofa has any unwanted critters tonight on TNT at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Big Brother, The American Baking Competition, Family Tools, and Futurama.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
The American Baking Competition has quickly become a top runner on my favorite cooking competition shows, which is surprising, considering I didn’t want to start watching it to begin with. 🙂 Last week was intense with the dessert drama, especially watching them make the soufflesâ€”that is hard work. They all did a great job, but in the end, Effie just wasn’t up to par with the others and was sent home. My favorite is still Darlene, because she’s talented and she makes me laugh every episode.
On tonight’s episode, “Patisserie,” the bakers are faced with a double elimination; one baker decides to help another contestant.
To see how your favorite baker does, tune into CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Big Brother and Mystery Diners.