I kind of hate Tuesdays even more than Mondays. On Mondays, Iâ€™m typically ready for my family to go back to work or whatever theyâ€™re doing. 😉 On Tuesday, though, I can see that itâ€™s still a long ways off from the next weekend, which I hate. *laugh* So yeah. Iâ€™m a bit of a mess today. But something that does make me happy are all the great new episodes tonight, so check out our recommendations.
Last season on Sullivan & Son, we learned that Steveâ€™s sister, Susan, was married. For the whole first season, I swear we thought she was single, which was why her mom kept harping on her because sheâ€™d never find a husband. Either Iâ€™m remembering wrong or they changed it up during the second season. Regardless, last weekâ€™s premiere definitely pushed the fact that she is definitely married. They were celebrating their anniversary, but she let it slip that heâ€™d never given her an orgasm, so he set out to first kill himself, but then decided to learn how to pleasure her. In the end, Owen let it slip that heâ€™d slept with Susan during high school and had given her many of them. Both Steve and Jason wanted to kill him, but in the end, Steve got to junk-punch Owen and Jason gave Susan a new mini-van AND the big O, so everyone was happy.
Then in the second episode, the gang felt bad when a woman came into the bar and said her husband, Frank, had died and heâ€™d been a fixture in the bar for years and he loved everyone. The guys at the bar tried to scam money from her by pretending to be her husbandâ€™s friends and saying he would have wanted them to go to Atlantic City. Ok Cha tried to take her money when she offered to pay for her husbandâ€™s bar tab and then tried to charge her for holding a memorial there at the bar. In the end, it turned out Frank hadnâ€™t actually been a regular, that it was the story heâ€™d told his wife while heâ€™d had a 10-year affair. When Steve couldnâ€™t keep the secret anymore, the wife thanked the mistress for making her husband happy, and the gang got nothing. It was a fun two episodes, and Iâ€™m looking forward to tonightâ€™s new one.
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œAbout a Boy, His Mother, and the Man They’re Dating,â€ when Carol reconnects with the handsome Daryl (guest star Charles Shaughnessy), she is suddenly into the idea of having a boyfriend. However, her son Owen also wants a lot of time with Daryl, and now Carol and Owen find themselves fighting over time with the same man. Meanwhile, Ok Cha battles Roy in a spicy food eating contest that captivates the entire bar.
See who wins (both the man and the eating contest) tonight on TBS at 10/9c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Americaâ€™s Got Talent, Next Great Baker, Rizzoli & Isles, Royal Pains, Buddyâ€™s Bakery Rescue, & Chopped.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
The Night Shift had one heck of an emotional episode last week, with lots of dramatic medical moments, but also some personal ones. The storm that swept in caused all kinds of chaos, including Topher’s wife getting into an accident and going into labor with twins. He made it to the scene of the accident to deliver the first twin, but the second was breach and needed to be delivered via C-section. TC called his bookie to drive through the storm to bring Tohper’s wife to the hospital, where he operated and delivered the second twin safe and sound. The personal drama started when TC and Jordan ended up talking alone, which lead to them kissing and heating up the room. I love them together. So hot.
On tonight’s episode, “Coming Home,” Drew and Rick’s reunion is cut short by a horrible accident; Tohper faces a soldier’s challenging diagnosis.
To see how Drew handles his boy being back from Afghanistan, tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Next Great Baker, Pretty Little Liars, Chasing Life, and America’s Got Talent.
Tonight, Nathan Fielder returns to TV for a second season of his crazy comedy, Nathan For You, on Comedy Central. In each episode, Nathan utilizes his degree from a “top Canadian business school” to help small-business owners by coming up with wild out-of-the-box new business strategies. I’m looking forward to seeing what hilarious “improvements” Nathan offers up this season. The series can sometimes get so painfully awkward, but that’s what makes it so much fun!
On tonight’s episode, “Mechanic; Realtor,” Nathan counsels a mechanic to verify his estimates with a lie-detector test. Also: A real-estate agent needs help with branding.
Check out what craziness Nathan brings tonight on Comedy Central at 10:30/9:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Night Shift, Chasing Life, Tyrant, Royal Pains, Covert Affairs, and Heroes of Cosplay.