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The Player has quickly become a must-watch show for my fiancé and me. He loves the action, and I’m drawn in by the story lines, so it’s a win-win. The plight that Alex is on to find out who killed his wife is a dangerous one, but what’s even more dangerous is the number of crimes he’s been working to stop in the meantime. Working with Mr. Johnson and Cassandra is a very intimidating job for most, but Alex seems to have taken to it well, although I wouldn’t trust Mr. Johnson very much if I were Alex. Mr. Johnson offered to help Alex find out what happened to his wife, but I don’t believe he’s in it to help but to cover up everything Alex finds – for example, last episode when he broke into Alex’s and knocked out Alex’s hacker buddy, who he’d left to look into an SD card that Ginny hid in a picture.
Meanwhile last episode, Alex was also brought in to try to stop a sniper from killing anymore people, with a total count at 3 so far. The investigation led them to a group of men who had taken some money while on vacation in Mexico. Turns out the dead men they took the money from were cartel, and now the cartel was seeking revenge. Alex managed to save Bob and his son Jake, as well as kill the sniper, but Mr. Johnson had to step in and offer the cartel money to keep them away from Alex. The FBI is also running an off-the-books investigation because Alex’s behavior matches a few others who have mysteriously disappeared after their change in activity. They’ve asked Alex’s detective friend to look into it. I hope Mr. Johnson doesn’t catch wind of this, because I would hate to see someone else close to Alex murdered.
On tonight’s episode, “The Big Blind,” Det. Brown uncovers the truth about a hit man and in turn arrests Alex’s client. Alex continues to look for clues regarding Ginny’s murder with the help of Mr. Johnson, but Cassandra is one step ahead of them with her own agenda.
Want to see more of this addictive new drama? Tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Bones, Grey’s Anatomy, Sleepy Hollow, Chopped, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Tonight, Comedy Central’s Nathan For You returns for its third season. This tongue-in-cheek series finds host Nathan Fielder putting his degree from “one of Canada’s top business schools” to use by helping struggling businesses turn things around by implementing strange and completely unorthodox new promotions and business models. It’s highly unlikely that Nathan’s suggestions actually help these businesses – in fact, many of his ideas are questionably legal and would likely cause these companies to go out of business. It’s also unclear whether these unsuspecting business owners are in on the joke or if they actually believe that Nathan is there to help. However, it’s always amusing to watch the craziness unfold. It’s a wonder than no one has kicked Nathan out of their shop and how he is able to maintain his straight face and monotone voice the entire time.
On tonight’s episode, “Electronics Store,” Nathan clashes with a giant corporation when he tries to help a struggling electronics store.
See how Nathan tries to help tonight on Comedy Central at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grey’s Anatomy, Heroes Reborn, The Blacklist, The Player, Bones, Sleepy Hollow, Haven, Benders, and Gigi Does It.
[…] Tonight, Comedy Central’s Nathan For You returns for its third season. This tongue-in-cheek series finds host Nathan Fielder putting his degree from “one of Canada’s top business schools” to use by helping struggling businesses turn things around by implementing strange and completely unorthodox new promotions and business models. … […]