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I’m not sure about everyone else, but I was on the edge of my seat watching last week’s Chicago PD episode, especially seeing as it was a crossover from Chicago Fire. Robert Knepper was perfectly creepy as the arsonist, Gish. What a great casting choice… He always manages to give me chills when he’s being the villain on a show. Antonio went with his sister, Gabriella, who was sure that Gish was the arsonist responsible for Shay’s death (the paramedic on Chicago Fire), and while they didn’t have any hard evidence, Antonio believed his sister enough to bring Gish in for questioning. Voight knew he was the guy after talking with him, but Gish’s lawyer got him off, which led to a wild episode of cat and mouse, including Gish blowing up Roman and Burgess’s squad car. Later, we found out that Gish was now targeting Gabriella, and he ended up luring her to a building with a fake text message. Just as he was about to light the elevator on fire, intent on burning her alive, Antonio swept in and saved her. It was an intense moment. On another note, Lindsay was happy to be back with her old unit and was enjoying her secret relationship with Jay. Unfortunately, her mother called at the end of the episode and ruined her happiness by revealing she may know a murderer—her mom really knows how to cause stress and drama in Lindsay’s life. I’m looking forward to this week’s episode immensely, and I hope that we get to see more of Lindsay and Jay together.
On tonight’s episode, “Erin’s Mom,” Bunny comes to Lindsay, concerned about a suspicious repeat customer at her husband’s rental company. This lead brings Intelligence into a case which Robbery-Homicide has been working for months. Detective Gina Gawronski downloads their intel to the team. She also happens to be Antonio’s former co-worker from Vice. Voight doesn’t trust Bunny’s motives for the tip.
To see how Lindsay and the team handle this “tip,” tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Criminal Minds, black-ish, The Mentalist, Arrow, Empire, Wahlburgers, Donny Loves Jenny, and Law & Order: SVU.
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The ABC Wednesday-night lineup is my favorite comedy block of the week, with four hilarious family-friendly comedies. It’s been a month since we last saw The Goldbergs. While Adam was obsessing over the death of Optimus Prime, Erica discovered that best friend Lainey was falling for Barry. She enlisted her mother’s help to find Barry the perfect soul mate in order to break the two apart. However, Beverly’s Mini-Me was just a tad too creepy—though absolutely hilarious to watch!—and she decided to let Barry and Lainey be.
Tonight, all of the ABC comedies are going with a Valentine’s Day theme, and I can’t wait to see how it’s done 80s-style. After the mix-tape incident earlier this season, I am especially looking forward to seeing how Beverly deals with not being the number-one “girl” in her son’s heart!
On tonight’s episode, “Cowboy Country,” Barry must decide between love and football after discovering that Lainey’s father does not root for the Eagles; at the same time, Beverly has a hard time dealing with the deep feelings Adam shows for Dana.
See which Barry chooses tonight on ABC at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Mentalist, Criminal Minds, The Middle, Modern Family, black-ish, Empire, Arrow, The 100, Melissa & Joey, Baby Daddy, The Americans, Man Seeking Woman, Top Chef, Suits, and Workaholics.