Guess who’s back? It has been a slow torture in my house with no internet because apparently we had a faulty power cord on our modem that was recalled. Who knew? Thankfully it’s all fixed now and I’m back to ordering you and your remote around, so let’s see what’s on the docket for tonight.
It’s been far too long since we’ve had a new episode of Chicago PD grace our television screens, but tonight is the night it makes its delicious return. Honestly, I love this show more and more with every new episode and especially after the insanity that we saw last time. When we last saw our favorite badass cops, Antonio was working the private security detail when his employer was murdered. That is quite a huge failure for a bodyguard, but luckily for Antonio, he had his unit to cover his sexy behind. While it was really apparent from the beginning that the victim’s trophy wife set up the murder, what wasn’t expected was how well she did it so that she can’t be implicated because there is literally nothing tying her to the murder at all. The case was a little boring, but the investigation wasn’t, especially when Halstead and Lindsay had to go undercover at a sex club, because those two already have some great chemistry but that place just amped it up to a new level. I hope we get to see some relationship movement for them, because they will make a fabulous couple. My favorite part of the whole episode was how Olinski and Voight cleared Antonio’s name just as he was about to be asked to hand in his badge. They “rewrote history” so that records showed he was working undercover to get Asher the whole time. Antonio was so touched by this and so was I. It really solidified the feeling of family that this unit portrays. Hands down, this show continues to be one of my favorites week after week.
On tonight’s episode, “Called in Dead,” a friend of Nadia’s leads the intelligence unit to a huge heroin bust. Unfortunately this bust results in Olinsky arriving home to find the suspects are holding his wife. Voight and the team think they’ve found a common thread with the suspects, but it’s not who they think. Meanwhile, Burgess and Roman are given an assignment where they get paired with a K-9 officer, Jenn, who is Roman’s former partner and girlfriend.
To see how the team helps save Olinsky’s wife, tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Criminal Minds, Hell’s Kitchen, black-ish, and Law & Order: SVU.
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Tonight, ABC Family continues its trend of Christmas episodes with special holiday-themed installments of Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy. The recent Halloween episodes they did for these two comedies were a lot of fun, so I’m really looking forward to another pair of one-off Christmas-themed episodes. It’s always nice when they can take a break and just do a fun stand-alone episode that doesn’t necessarily need to fit in with the ongoing storyline of the show.
On tonight’s Melissa & Joey, “A Melanie & Josiah Christmas,” a quarrel about ornaments on the Christmas tree leads Mel to tell a story about her family’s past and how her great-great grandma was in love with one man but engaged to another.
Then, in Baby Daddy, “It’s a Wonderful Emma,” Ben gets in a bad mood as Christmas approaches, so he makes a wish that the holiday never existed. His wish is granted, but he’s unprepared for the consequences: Emma’s existence is erased and everyone’s lives are on different courses.
See these two family comedies celebrate Christmas tonight on ABC Family at 8/7c & 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, black-ish, Arrow, The 100, American Horror Story: Freak Show, Top Chef, and The Game.