If We Controlled Your Remote… 12/5/14

It has been an insane week around my house, including some snow storms, a case of food poisoning, and a road trip that ended with me sitting in traffic for over three hours! Tonight I am planning on staying home in the comfort of my house, with a cup of tea and watching all the great television that is on, so let’s see what we’re all snuggling up to watch.

Megan’s Choice

grimm125smallWhat’s better on a Friday night but some fighting for justice, Grimm-style? Honestly, in my books, nothing. This season has been strange so far with Nick not having his Grimm abilities, but that hasn’t stopped our natural-born hero from putting himself in danger week after week to save someone else. That’s part of why his character is so likeable, the way he always puts others first, which is a difficult task for most of us. Last week, we watched as Juliette took the potion that turned her into Adalind for a little while, and then Nick had to sleep with her to get his powers back. The powers didn’t return immediately, but while Nick, Hank, and Monroe were out trying to stop a ritual where a person was murdered and sacrificed his powers, making their grand entrance not a moment too soon. I’m happy Nick is finally back to being a Grimm, because the show needs him and so do his friends. Now to see what happens with Adalind and the royals to make this season even more delicious—I’m excited.

On tonight’s episode, “The Grimm Who Stole Christmas,” Nick and Hank are called to investigate a bizarre string of home invasions that lead to an even stranger Wesen phenomena. Monroe has a very special Christmas surprise in store for Rosalee. Meanwhile, Truble comes to a life-changing realization that will affect everyone.

To see how the holidays wreak havoc on our favorite Grimm, tune in to NBC at 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching Z Nation, Constantine, Shark Tank, and The Amazing Race.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

znationsmallTonight, the first season of Syfy’s zombie series Z Nation comes to a close. Last week, our gang ended up at a country club, where they ran into another trio of survivors. When the new folks saw that Murphy had the ability to walk among the zombies, they quickly realized he could be a valuable asset. So they roofied our gang and kidnapped Murphy. When Warren, Doc, 10K, and Cassandra woke up, they found themselves handcuffed in a room full of Zs but managed to break free and escape. At the same time, Murphy discovered that he had the ability to control people if they came in contact with his saliva, so he used this power to eliminate his captors one-by-one, getting the last one to shoot himself in the head. Meanwhile, Citizen Z learned that the doctor who injected Murphy was last seen in Colorado, so that is the group’s next destination.

Will they find the doctor and the vaccine/cure for the Z virus? Are Mack and Addy really dead, or will we see them rejoin the group? Will our group find some more members they can trust? They are dwindling down to nothing! I have been really impressed with the twists and turns Z Nation has had this first season and look forward to seeing what kind of cliffhanger we are left with before the series returns next year.

Syfy will be airing a marathon of episodes 2 through 12 starting at 8am ET/PT, leading up to tonight’s season finale.

On tonight’s episode, “Doctor of the Dead,” Citizen Z redeploys the survivors to Fort Collins, Colo., to meet with Murphy’s doctor in the Season 1 finale. At the compound, they discover game-changing details about their mission and the origins of the zombie virus.

See how the season ends tonight on Syfy at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/recording The Amazing Race, Cristela, How Murray Saved Christmas, Grimm, Constantine, Haven, and One Child.

This entry was posted in If We Controlled Your Remote and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.