Earlier this week, Megan and I were guest hosts on the latest TV Times Three Podcast. We had a lot of fun talking about some recent TV show episodes. The podcast should be posted either today or tomorrow, so look out for our tweets letting you know how to find our episode. Even though summer TV is starting to wind down, there’s still plenty of stuff to watch tonight, and we’ve got some recommendations on what to check out.
This season of Big Brother has been by far the worst, most despicable cast ever! While CBS probably enjoys that the show is getting a lot of attention, they probably aren’t really proud of that fact that it’s due to its highly bigoted cast. I’m betting they instituted this “America as the MVP” as a way to finally get some of these awful people out of the house! Last night, even McCrae realized he had had enough of Amanda, as her ugly side really stated to show during the veto competition.
Tonight is a special fast-forward episode. This means that after one of the houseguests currently up for eviction (Candice, Amanda, and Spencer) is eliminated, the remaining houseguests will compete in a Head of Household competition, followed by a Veto Competition and an Elimination Vote live! By the end of the night, the house will be two people lighter—and I really hope that Aaryn, Gina Marie, Amanda, and/or Elissa are among those evicted! I can’t wait to eventually see Julie grill some of these people about their hateful words and to see their reactions when they learn that their actions caused them to lose their jobs outside of the house.
To see which two houseguests go home, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Rookie Blue, Hollywood Game Night, Wilfred, Burn Notice, Graceland, Supermarket Superstar, Childrens Hospital, and NTSF:SD:SUV::.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
All of us here at TV is My Pacifier love Hollywood Game Night. It’s truly a unique show, different from anything else on TV right now. Like Kyle said last week, it’s a lot of fun because it consists of real celebrities, unlike…well, the best example of the opposite of that is Dancing with the Stars. They seem to have to really stretch the word “stars” to fill their…dance card, so to speak. If you haven’t been watching this, you really should be. The celebrities really seem to be themselves. They don’t seem to be acting or putting on a front. They joke and laugh together, poking fun at themselves and the other celebrities. It really is just an hour full of laughs.
On tonight’s episode, “America’s Got Game Night,” two contestants will lead their respective teams of three celebrities, which include Jason Alexander, Nick Cannon, Josh Gad, Niecy Nash, Al Roker, and Will Sasso, in a series of unique party games in hopes of winning the $25,000 grand prize.
Laugh along with me tonight on NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Burn Notice, Motive, Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell, Sullivan & Son, Graceland, & Supermarket Superstar.
Rookie Blue was full of emotions last week, but it was an awesome episode. I loved the stuff with Dov and Chloe, especially with the cookie heart he brought her, because it was so sweet and quirky. They are such a great couple. As far as the case with Sam’s mentor actually being behind the death of a man years ago… That was very emotional. Sam really had to have faith that his mentor would turn himself in, because if he hadn’t, then it would have been a difficult situation for Sam and Traci. I’m also looking forward to seeing where the relationship with Nick and Andy is going to go, because they are adorable together.
On tonight’s episode, “For Better, For Worse,” everyone at 15 Division is looking forward to celebrating at Frank and Noelle’s wedding. But when a casino-bound bus full of seniors citizens is robbed at gunpoint, all bets are off.
To see if the couple gets to say “I Do,” tune in to ABC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Hollywood Game Night and Wipeout.