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Last week’s summer premiere of Baby Daddy opened with Riley hiding out in New Jersey at her parents’ house, trying to avoid dealing with the Wheeler brothers. Ben tried to convince Riley they could still be friends and that she should move back to the city, but she told him she was contemplating relocating to Buffalo. Meanwhile, Evelyn, the woman who lived in the apartment across from Ben’s, passed away. Bonnie tried to impress Evelyn’s granddaughter Ashley in order to get the apartment listing and even resorted to pimping out Danny after she discovered Ashley was a fan. The two really hit it off and started dating. Back in Jersey, in a Say Anything-style move, Ben used Emma to convince Riley to come back — and she moved into the newly-vacated apartment.
This half of the season should bring some awkward moments, with Danny dating again and Riley now living right across the hall. Will these two ever get together? Will the show try to pair up Riley and Ben again? Or will we finally see Riley move on from the Wheelers and find a new guy?
On tonight’s episode, “It Takes a Village Idiot,” Emma’s babysitters feel unappreciated, so they go on strike, forcing Ben to bring Emma along on his dates and shifts at work. Meanwhile, Danny and Bonnie enroll in a cooking class with her favorite chef; and Tucker tells Riley to invent a fake boyfriend.
See how it goes with Emma at work and on dates with Ben on ABC Family at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Briefcase, Celebrity Wife Swap, MasterChef, and Melissa & Joey.
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When I first heard about The Briefcase, I chalked it up to another pull at our heart strings and to get summer ratings, but after watching the first episode, I was hooked. As someone who usually feels the need to put others ahead of herself, watching these families struggle with their decision was emotional. I know what it’s like to financially struggle and live pay check to pay check, so I get how this briefcase of money could change someone’s life, but at the end of the day, I would have to give at least $50,000 to the other family. In my mind, that’s half for each of us and we end up both getting ahead.
Last week’s episode was another emotional rollercoaster as we watched the Musolino family and the Scott family struggle through the decision. They both have very difficult financial situations, including the Musolino family living apart and raising an autistic son without health insurance. The Scott family are little people who desperately want to adopt but simply can’t afford it with the debt they’re carrying. In the end, the Musolinos gave the Scotts $40,000, giving them a total of $120,000, and the Scotts gave the Musolinos $20,000, giving them a total of $80,000, so they both walked away with a decent amount of money.
On tonight’s episode, “The Wylies/Bailey-Stewarts,” the Wylies and the Bailey-Stewarts will let their faith guide them through this tough decision.
To see how these families handle the stress, tune in to CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Bullseye, MasterChef, and Melissa & Joey.