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What a rollercoaster this season of Rookie Blue has been, and tonight it all comes to a head. Last week, we watched as Andy started her usual panic mode when things got rough between her and Sam, but this time, Sam was the mature one and told Andy they should try something different this time, staying together. Andy admits that she was never going anywhere at all and that she loved him. I was swooning when Sam said he loved the baby and wanted more babies with Andy â€” a long time coming, but I’m certainly glad we got here. Elsewhere, we watched as Gail was put in the difficult position of testifying with her father putting pressure on her to lie so that Steve had a good alibi. Steve stood up and did the right thing by confessing to the judge and taking a plea deal. I’m interested in seeing what happens with Gail and Sophie, because it’d be a shame to see her end up with someone else.
On tonight’s finale, “Epiphanies,” as the restructuring of 15 Division looms, Andy and Samâ€™s wedding comes just in time for everyone to celebrate one last time. But when Andy is taken off-course by a hitchhiker and then stranded on the side of the road with a dying man, she finds herself with no way to get help â€” or let Sam know her situation. Will she be able to save the manâ€™s life? And will she make it to her wedding?
Tune in to ABC at 10/9c to see how it all ends up.
I’ll also be watching Food Fighters, Chopped, and Mistresses.
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All I have to say after last night’s episode of Big Brother is FINALLY! Meg and James were on the block, and Vanessa was Head of Household. The Austwins were the ones randomly picked to participate in the Hide & Go Seek veto competition. Each of the six participants got a chance to hide a veto card in the house, and then they all took 2-minute turns searching the house for the hidden veto cards. After MANY rounds â€” which left the house a complete wreck â€” it was James’s card that was the last to be found. James, of course, would use the power of veto to take himself off the block, which meant Vanessa would have to choose a replacement nominee.
I can’t stand Vanessa. She takes things way too personally and as usual was constantly whining, crying, and taking things out of context. She really wants Meg gone because she fears that James will be coming after her and doesn’t want him to have any help. However, she was worried that anyone she puts up against Meg will go home because they are a bigger threat. After much hemming and hawing, she ultimately decided to put up Julia! Hallelujah! I feared that Johnny Mac would go up again, but I’m so happy Vanessa finally made the right choice/mistake of putting up one of the Austwins. The rest of the house would be idiots not to take this opportunity to finally break up this trio!
On tonight’s episode, the houseguests will vote to evict either Meg or Julia (I really hope Julia goes home!) and then battle it out to see who will become the next Head of Household. And since it’s a special double-eviction episode, they’ll do it all over again within the hour â€” select two nominees, play for the veto, eliminate a second houseguest, and start a new Head of Household competition.
See which two guests go home tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Under the Dome, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll, Married, Dominion, Review, and Documentary Now!