If We Controlled Your Remote… 2/20/15

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!

Megan’s Choice

bluebloods220smallThank goodness it’s Friday! It has been a ridiculously long and hectic week around my house, which is making my anticipation for an all-new Blue Bloods tonight even greater. Last week’s episode, Jamie and Eddie spend their dealing with a civil volunteer officer, Andy, who took his position a little too seriously. He was staking out people and kept logs, but it was those crazy surveillances that got him shot. He called Jamie and Eddie to say he had a drug dealer in sight. The two cops headed out, and just while Eddie was trying to talk the dealer into putting his gun down, Andy ran at him, which ended up in Andy getting shot. The dealer then turned the gun on Jamie and Eddie, but Eddie shot the perp and he died. Jamie assured her it was a clean shoot, but she was having problems dealing with it, which eventually led to Jamie holding a sobbing Eddie at her apartment. I really hope that this brings these two closer together and even closer to them finally officially hooking up. It was a great episode, and I’m really liking where they’re going with the whole cast this season.

On tonight’s episode, “Only in New York,” an emotionally distraught man holds Baez hostage at gunpoint in an interrogation room after she served him with a restraining order. Danny must try to meet his demands before he harms her. Meanwhile, Frank is faced with a personal and moral dilemma when Garrett asks for help in dropping charges filed against his son.

To find out if Danny can save his partner, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching Hawaii Five-0, Hart of Dixie, Undercover Boss, Glee, and 12 Monkeys.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

12monkeys220smallLast week on 12 Monkeys, things took an interesting turn. The Pallid Man took Jennifer to the Night Room and tried to force her to give him the virus. Cole and Cassandra managed to destroy the virus before he could get his hands on it. However, with his mission supposedly complete, nothing had changed for Cole. Meanwhile, in 2043, Ramse and Max learned that in her past in Germany, Jones had done questionable experiments on other human beings. They also discovered that Cole was not her first time travel test subject—and that the previous volunteers did not fare too well. When Cole returned to his own time, he discovered the time machine in shambles and the base looking more like a shanty town. He looked for his friends but couldn’t find them, but he did see a “VII” written on the wall.

What did Cole’s actions in the past change in the future? Who’s in charge now, and where are his friends? Can they fix the machine and send him back? And if so, where should they even send him back to? He supposedly stopped the virus, but whose body was that that contained the virus, and how did it get there? This show is filled with so much timey-wimey stuff that it takes a couple of watches just to soak it all in and understand what’s going on, but it’s so worth it!

On tonight’s episode, “The Red Forest,” Cole risks his future to save Dr. Railly after the tragic events of the Night Room create an alternate reality in 2043.

See how Cole risks his future tonight on Syfy at 9/8c

I’ll also be watching/recording Cristela, Glee, King of the Nerds, Helix, Banshee, and Bag Boy.

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