What a week it’s been here. Gorgeous weather (I love the rain—I’m listening to it right now with all the windows open…it’s great.), some great TV, and I’m working at taking one of the Twilight fanfics I wrote and turning it into an original fic. Fun stuff! There’s some more great TV on tonight, so check out mine and Megan’s recommendations. 🙂
Last week’s CSI was a lot of back and forth about who did it and why. A homeless man was killed and robbed after winning big at the casino. In the end, it was the pawn shop owner who killed him and framed the drug cartel boss. Big mistake, since the guy then killed one of her sons and kidnapped the other. Police rescued the younger son, who was relatively unharmed, but his brother was dead and his mom was going to prison. Ouch.
One thing I didn’t like about last week’s episode was the flirty antagonistic on-screen time Morgan had with day shift CSI Sean Yager. First, I wasn’t sure why night shift was there anyway. But okay. Second, no, dangit. Morgan is supposed to be with Hodges now that he and his hottie fiancee broke up! I hope that flirting was just a one-off and not something the show is going to explore.
On tonight’s episode, “Under a Cloud,” the CSI team investigates a John Doe found during torrential rains in Vegas. Meanwhile, Greg Sanders is investigated and accused of framing a man for murder seven years ago. Lea Thompson guest stars.
Find out if Greg can clear his name tonight on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Criminal Minds, Law & Order: SVU, & Top Chef.
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Criminal Minds has had some very intense and creepy episodes since the beginning of the season. Last week’s episode followed a serial killer who had hallucinations that he was, in fact, killing witches. I found the scene of the woman being buried in the rocks to be quite jarring to me—I’m not sure why, but it gave me the chills. At the end of the show, we watched as the team gathered at Garcia’s to celebrate the Day of the Dead for Halloween. There were some touching moments as the team all put up a photo of a loved one and something to remember them by, I found Hotch’s picture of his late wife to be the most emotional for me. Overall, this show continues to deliver at a high caliber, and I’m excited to see what twisted case comes next.
On tonight’s episode, “Gatekeeper,” a series of strangulations leads the team to look for a killer who keeps mementos of his victims; Rossi’s favorite bar is in danger of closing.
To see which demented individual is behind these murders, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching The 47th Annual CMA Awards, The X Factor, The Tomorrow People, Top Chef, Restaurant: Impossible, and CSI.