Earlier this week, it was the latest in the long series of stressful hurdles that is attending San Diego Comic-Con—the hotel lottery. While the process itself takes less than a minute, it’s the 3-day wait to find out if you got a hotel that’s the really stressful part. At least the weekend is almost here, and I’m excited for Saturday, as I’ll be driving to NYC to attend the Saturday Night Live dress rehearsal show. But since that’s still two nights away, let’s get to our TV recommendations for tonight.
Tonight, the third season of Suits comes to a close. Last week, Louis didn’t take his break-up well, shutting himself off from the rest of the world. Back at the office, an attorney threatened to reveal that Harvey and Mike had used bribery to win a case, but Harvey wanted to squash the situation before people started delving into Mike’s past. Meanwhile, Mike told Rachel about the investment banking job offer, and she agreed he should take it because his fake degree would never let him reach his full potential as a lawyer. And Jessica had to deal with a former partner who was out for revenge.
It looked like Mike was leaning toward taking the job, but then he told Harvey he got a hacker to enter his information into the state bar system. At the same time, Harvey was thinking of telling Scottie the truth about Mike since his constant lying was pulling them apart. Will Mike stay, and is he still in danger of being found out? Will Harvey continue to keep the secret? And will Louis be able to protect Jessica and the firm from Charles’s attack?
On tonight’s episode, “No Way Out,” Harvey and Mike clash with a tenacious U.S. attorney. Elsewhere, Scottie and Harvey struggle to reach a compromise, and Mike and Rachel have different ideas about the future.
See how the season ends tonight on USA Network at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Big Bang Theory, The Millers, The Crazy Ones, Elementary, Grey’s Anatomy, Community, Parks and Recreation, Parenthood, Surviving Jack, Sirens, and Review.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Oh my gosh. Sheldon & Amy kisses! I’m all a flutter about it. LOL Seriously. The Big Bang Theory is just as funny now as it was when it first premiered. Last week was a good example of that. Raj met up with Emily—the woman he met online who he then kind of scared off by coming on too strong—and they actually hit it off. But just before they went out, his ex, Lucy, texted and said she missed him and wanted to get together. He admitted it to Emily, who still thought he was cute. Penny, meanwhile, was trying to figure out if she should take the role in the sequel to the crazy movie she did before. At the end of the episode, we saw her dressed up in costume—a bikini with huge, hairy gorilla paws—and in walked another gorilla…who turned out to be Wil Wheaton. *laugh* But the funniest part of the episode was Sheldon and Amy. Amy tried to support Sheldon as he tried to make a choice between an Xbox One and a PS4. Watching him debate them while sitting on the floor of the electronics store, with Amy leaning on his shoulder because she was so tired of it all, but still there to support him, was fantastic. And then yes, the kiss at the end of their date. LOL It was adorable.
On tonight’s episode, “The Relationship Diremption,” Sheldon faces a personal crisis after deciding he’s wasting his time with string theory. Meanwhile, a double date between Raj, Emily and the Wolowitzes ends in embarrassment for Howard.
Find out how Sheldon (over)reacts tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Hell’s Kitchen, The Millers, Chopped Canada, Two and a Half Men, Surviving Jack, Beat Bobby Flay, & Elementary.
I first fell in love with the original Chopped, so I was incredibly excited when my home country came out with Chopped Canada. This northern version is no different from the original, except occasionally, there are some interesting Canadian ingredients, such as maple syrup, venison, and PEI potatoes. The other difference is obviously the judges and host. Dean McDermott does a great job hosting, but my favorite judge is Chef Lynn Crawford. She’s just fabulous overall. It’s a great show, and if you haven’t given it a chance, you definitely should.
On tonight’s episode, “High Steaks,” the chefs find sirloin and spirits in the appetizer basket, before cokoing with bananas in an entrée.
To see what kind of liquored-up meat these Canadians can put out, tune in to Food Network at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Hell’s Kitchen, The Big Bang Theory, Elementary, Surviving Jack, The Crazy Ones, Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy, Vikings, and Beat Bobby Flay.