We are only a week away from Easter weekend, and I am looking forward to a long weekend, as well as some chocolate, because let’s face… It chocolate is always exciting. Unfortunately, that’s next week, so let’s take a look at what we’re recommending on TV tonight to keep my mind off (lack of) the chocolate.
I am very excited that tonight is the season premiere of Kitchen Nightmares, meaning we get a double dose of Gordon Ramsay in one week, which is never a bad thing in my opinion. It’s not just my love of Ramsay that causes me to tune in to this show, though. It’s the fact that I love watching failing restaurants get a chance to turn things around. There may also be the fact that I enjoy giggling at the plain stupidity some of these owners and kitchen staff show us time and time again. I mean honestly, you’d think I’d be sick of it by now, but I simply can’t get enough of all of it. If I know Ramsay, then this season is going to be just as interesting and amusing as all the rest.
On tonight’s 2-hour episode, “Return to Amy’s Baking Company/Pantaleone’s,” first, Chef Ramsay revisits Amy’s Baking Company to find out how the business has fared since the media firestorm that occurred a year ago, and then he tries to convince a restaurant owner that he no longer serves the best pizza in Denver.
To see what Amy’s has been up to and if he can help another restaurant owner, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Unforgettable, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, and Grimm.
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Words can’t express how much I love Whose Line is it Anyway? because of how much it makes me laugh each and every week. The guys are all incredibly talented with superb comedic timing. It always amazes me what they can come up with at the drop of a hat—especially Wayne and anyone else who sings with him on those skits. Just truly amazing. Each week, they feature a guest star—an actor, musician, athlete… Those can be a mixed bag. Some are great at it, comfortable and funny. But some are too stiff, kind of boring, and just generally look uncomfortable—the guests themselves as well as the audience. Still, they use the guest stars sparingly in the episodes, so the bad ones are easy to ignore.
On tonight’s episodes, “Michael Weatherly,” the actor best known for his role on NCIS guest stars alongside Wayne Brady, Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, & Greg Proops, and they work together to perform skits using prompts from the audience and host Aisha Tyler.
Check out “Tony” tonight on The CW at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Last Man Standing, Unforgettable, The Neighbors, Grimm, Hawaii Five-0, & Blue Bloods.
Tonight is the second season finale of The Neighbors. Last week, Larry’s brother, DJ Jazzy Jeff, showed up for a visit, and Larry suspected he was sent there by his father to check up on him—and Larry was right. Jeff was using his handsome and charming nature to win over other residents of the community. Meanwhile, Jackie told Larry she wanted to have another baby. And Amber told her mother about her new human college boyfriend. However, when Reggie admitted to Amber how much he still loved her, she reciprocated, and Jeff told Reggie he could make him human so he and Amber could be together.
Why did Jeff come to Earth, and what is his and Larry’s father’s ultimate plan for the Zabvronians? Will Reggie choose to become human? Will Jackie get the child she was hoping for? Will the Zabrovians go back home? I hope we get some answers and resolution and aren’t left with a cliffhanger, as I suspect tonight’s episode may end up being the series finale.
On tonight’s episode, “There Goes the Neighbors’ Hood,” Larry finds out he’s pregnant and must decide whether to stay on Earth or return to Zabvron. Meanwhile, Reggie mulls becoming a human; and the neighborhood has two new visitors. Candace Cameron Bure & Scott Weinger guest star. They played DJ Tanner & her boyfriend Steve on Full House.
Find out how the season (series?) ends tonight on ABC at 8:31/7:31c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm and Hannibal.