If We Controlled Your Remote… 1/18/15

Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!

Jenny’s Choice

scorpion118smallI am really loving Scorpion still, although not so much Ralph’s father being around. I mean, I’m all for him actually BEING a father to Ralph, and I know he won’t actually take Paige to Portland or wherever he’s possibly moving to, since that would mean she’s off the show. But still… Just being there, he’s coming between her and Walter, and I don’t like that. LOL I am digging the cases and the rest of the cast, though. It’s one of my favorite shows of the season, easy, and because of that, I’m thrilled we get an extra episode this week because it’s on tonight after the AFC Wild Card Game. Not only that, but it was just renewed for next season, too, which is fantastic!

On tonight’s episode, “Charades,” Team Scorpion is tasked with uncovering a mole inside the CIA whose judgment is clouded by matters of the heart and is being coerced into stealing deadly chemicals. Also, in preparation for the case, Paige gives Walter a flirting lesson.

See if the team can find the mole tonight on CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing Galavant, The Great British Baking Show, Gy’s Grocery Games, The Librarians, Worst Cooks in America, & Cutthroat Kitchen.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

thelibrarianssmallnewTonight, the first season of TNT’s The Librarians comes to a close. Last week we got a double-dose of episodes. First up was a really fun one, which found the Librarians judging a high school science fair. They ultimately discovered that the students were using witchcraft to enhance their projects and that the mischievous Moran le Fay has been giving magic to the mortals just to have fun watching them destroy themselves. And in last week’s second episode, the gang had to find and destroy the dark heart of a haunted house. One by one, the Librarians disappeared, and it was Cassandra who had to step up and save the day.

The Librarians has been a really entertaining show, recapturing all the magic of the the film trilogy. The series has also done a great job filling the void that was left in my TV schedule since shows like Leverage and Warehouse 13 were canceled. Each episode is a fun adventure, and this 10-episode season has just flown by way too quickly! I hope that TNT airing 2 episodes a week isn’t a sign of a burn-off. I really hope this is just the start of a long run for the series!

On tonight’s first episode, “And the City of Light,” a missing-person case leads to what could be an alien invasion in a small town. And then in “And the Loom of Fate,” Dulaque changes the course of fate, putting Baird through alternate time lines that show the Librarians’ transforming destinies and her own doom.

To see how the season ends, tune in to TNT at 8/7c & 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Galavant, Downton Abbey, Grantchester, Worst Cooks in America, Togetherness, Looking, Shameless, Episodes, and Mike Tyson Mysteries.

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