If We Controlled Your Remote… 6/3/15

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

hotincleveland63smallThrough six seasons, I’ve enjoyed the stories and antics of Melanie, Joy, Victoria, and Elka on Hot in Cleveland. They started out as three women from L.A. who ended up living in Cleveland when their plane had to land there, and they discovered that they loved the attention (from men LOL ) they were getting. Because things weren’t going their way in L.A., they decided to stay, ending up renting a house that came with its own caretaker/roommate: Elka. There’s been love, heartbreak, and the friendship between all four of them has grown over the six seasons, and I’m very sad to see the show coming to an end tonight.

Going into the final episode, Joy and Bob are engaged. Will the wedding actually happen? Will Melanie and Victoria finally find love again? Will everyone stay in Cleveland, or will Melanie, Joy, and Victoria end up back in California? I’m sad to see it go, but I can’t wait to see what happens tonight!

On tonight’s extended finale, “Vegas, Baby/I Hate Goodbyes,” Joy and Bob’s wedding plans are derailed when they learn there is a baby available for adoption in Las Vegas; Victoria connects with a long-lost love.

Catch the 90-minute series finale and see how it all ends tonight on TV Land at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing MasterChef, Melissa & Joey, Brother vs Brother, Bullseye, Mystery Diners, & Craziest Restaurants in America.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

melandjoey63smallTonight, ABC Family’s Melissa & Joey returns for its final stretch of 10 episodes. When we last left off, Mel and Joe had decided that they wanted to start a family and quickly got to work trying. Meanwhile, Ryder finally returned home from his AmeriCorps stint but was already looking to leave to join the military. We were left hanging as to whether or not Mel was in fact pregnant, but with just 10 episodes left, I think it’s pretty safe to say that she is.

So how will the rest of this final season play out? Will we get some kind of flash forward to see what the future holds for these characters? Will Ryder actually join the military, or will he finally get lucky in love? Will we get to see Mel and Joe as parents or just Mel dealing with pregnancy? And what about Lennox and Dani? I’m interested to see how they wrap things up in the last ten episodes.

On tonight’s episode, “Call of Duty,” Ryder’s plans to join the Navy worry Joe and Mel, so Joe stages a mock boot camp for Ryder to help him understand what military life really entails.

Don’t miss the start of the final 10 episodes tonight on ABC Family at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching/recording The Briefcase, Celebrity Wife Swap, MasterChef, Bullseye, and Baby Daddy.

Megan’s Choice

masterchef2015smallI’m not very inventive this week, with back-to-back Gordon Ramsay shows, but I’m going to recommend MasterChef, despite the fact I appear to have an obsession with him. Honestly, I do have an obsession, but it’s not just with Ramsay: it’s with all cooking competition shows. I’m addicted. This season of the show has been a bit different to watch now that Joe is gone, but Christina is growing on me slowly — I do enjoy her knowledge on baking. There are some really interesting home cooks this season, but my favorite so far is Katrina because she is just so sweet and very talented. I was unhappy that it was Brianna sent home last week over Olivia because I’m not the biggest fan of Olivia as of yet, but I was happy Mateo went home because there was just something about him that annoyed me.

On tonight’s episode, “Cinnamon Roll-er Coaster,” after the apple pie elimination test, the remaining 20 home cooks will face their first team challenge of the season at an amusement park. Once teams are decided, each team will be tasked with creating its version of an amusement park burger and fish and chips dish for thousands of amusement park guests. The winning team will be safe from elimination, while the losing team will have to face the first pressure test of the season.

To see how the home cooks handle this incredible challenge, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching The Briefcase, Melissa & Joey, Baby Daddy, and Bullseye.

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