The weather has been absolutely gorgeous here—even when it’s raining. I love fall. The cool weather is just fantastic. It makes cuddling up and watching TV a lot of fun. Check out our recommendations for tonight!
Last week’s The Goldbergs was cute, as every episode has been. I really love this show. Barry dressed as the Hulk to go to a Halloween party so he could ask out his crush—a girl who had modeled in a magazine… Needless to say, it didn’t go well. It wouldn’t have gone well even if his overbearing but loving mother hadn’t shown up, posing as a ghost under a sheet, to “sell” her son to the girl. When Barry realized it was her and that she was calling him delicious over and over, he freaked and ran out of the party. His sister, who’d been looking forward to watching him get laughed at, felt bad when it wasn’t nearly as fun as she’d expected. She went after him and they made a pact that they would stick together against their mother. Meanwhile, Adam dressed up as a Rubik’s cube, which was adorable, but when he chose to go out with his new “friends,” he expected to be trick-or-treating. Instead, they went egging, including Adam’s own house, which is when he got caught. He ended up going out as a Ghostbuster with his grandpa. It was cute. 🙂
On tonight’s episode, “Call Me When You Get There,” when Barry receives his first driver’s license, Beverly lays out the rules about using the car, including the most important: “Call me when you get there!” After Barry disobeys his mother and gets in trouble, he takes Erica’s advice to not tell the truth about his whereabouts—no matter where he is—the next time he calls home… but it backfires.
Find out how much trouble Barry’s in tonight on ABC at 9:01/8:01c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., NCIS, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Little People, Big World, NCIS: LA, Trophy Wife, Chopped, & Person of Interest.
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My weekly Tuesday night date with TV is definitely more adventurous with NCIS: LA around. Last week’s episode following the young hacker girl that accidentally allowed the CIA and FBI to be compromised was very well done. I honestly felt bad for the girl, who was really just trying to get back at the mean girls who were teasing her, and then she was used by a guy that never had any intention of really liking her. Being a teenager is hard enough without having to carry the guilt of being indirectly responsible for the deaths of agents—she’s got a long road ahead of her. It was really cute how she had a crush on Eric for his brains, and let’s be honest… Who doesn’t? 🙂
On tonight’s episode, “The Livelong Day,” the team must alert Homeland Security when they uncover a threat to a Los Angeles-based train during a murder investigation.
To see if they stop the threat in time, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Ravenswood, Dads, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Voice, Person of Interest, Supernatural, and The Originals.
Tonight, another Face Off competition comes to a close. The season began with eight newbies versus eight returning contestants, and we are now down to the final three—all of whom are veterans. Last week, Miranda was eliminated for her sub-par human-bird hybrid creation. She was a complete mess and once again resorted to asking her model to help with her out with her paint job. The only reason she even made it through last week was because Laney dropped out, so I was happy to see her go. So that leaves Laura, Tate and Roy, who battle it out tonight for the big prize. They have each delivered some impressive work over this and their previous seasons, so I’ll be happy no matter who wins tonight.
On tonight’s episode, “Swan Song,” the artists create a swan and sorcerer for a special performance of Swan Lake by the Los Angeles Ballet.
See who takes home the top prize tonight on Syfy at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Goldbergs, Trophy Wife, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, New Girl, The Mindy Project, Supernatural, Sons of Anarchy, Chopped, Naked Vegas, and Awkward.
Although to me, this season of New Girl is quite weak, I will recommend tonight’s episode because it marks the return of possibly the best character in the (short) history of the show. Coach! He only appeared in the pilot due to the return of Happy Endings (RIP), but he was hilarious! And the writers still don’t have a grip on how to write for Winston, so hopefully, this episode will be hilarious.
On tonight’s episode, “Coach,” the newly single Coach returns to the loft and wants to pick up where things left off when he moved out. Meanwhile, Jess and Cece have a girls’ night out, during which they meet a handsome stranger (guest star Taye Diggs).
Find out how Coach’s return impacts the loft on FOX at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Mindy Project, and Awkward.