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In the beginning, I wasn’t a huge fan of Chicago Fire, but when Chicago PD came around, I started watching the former because of the crossovers. Now I’m hooked. Last week’s season premiere was full of action and emotions. First Casey was rescued by Antonio, and then he found out Nesbitt would walk on charges because he is an informant. Casey didn’t handle it well at all. Dawson was very worried about him and kept trying to have a conversation with him, but he was so distant and difficult to talk with that she gave up. However, after Dawson had a close call with injury during a fire, Casey went to the bar to tell Dawson that nothing else mattered as long as he had her. Now Dawson finally got to tell Casey the news she’d been keeping. She’s pregnant! Casey and Dawson had such a sweet moment, and I am so happy they are finally back together fully. On a not-so-good note, Severide got demoted because of the high turnover rate on his crew. Patterson got made the lead, and Severide wasn’t pleased. In fact, Severide left us last week with the idea that he isn’t coming back to the house and will go elsewhere rather than work under Patterson. I certainly hope not, because I think the show would suffer from him not being at the same house. I’m looking forward to this week’s episode and seeing how Casey treats Dawson on the job now.
On tonight’s episode, “A Taste of Panama City,” members of the firehouse are frustrated with their inability to help Chief Boden, whose job is on the line pending an internal investigation in the aftermath of a complicated call to a fire. Meanwhile, Lt. Severide struggles to accept his smaller role and adjusts to the presence of Capt. Patterson, his new commanding officer. Dawson shakes things up on the work front, and Casey attempts to find a crucial piece of evidence in his ongoing investigation against Nesbitt. Elsewhere, Herrmann struggles to keep the peace with Molly’s newest neighbors.
To see how the team rallies to help the Chief, tune in to NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, Limitless, and Chopped.
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On last week’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Lincoln didn’t know who to trust. He was being hunted by Rosalind and her team, but he also discovered that Mack had put a tracker in his arm. He eventually realized that Daisy and Coulson were his best bet and called them for help. When Rosalind threatened to go after Daisy if Coulson didn’t give her Lincoln, Coulson offered to cooperate and share information with her instead. Meanwhile, Hunter and May were still off trying to eliminate Hyrda, which took them to an underground fight club, where Hunter had to prove himself in order to get a meeting with the Hydra boss. And finally, Fitz tried to reconnect with Simmons, but on their date she dropped a bombshell that she needed to go back to the mysterious other dimension he rescued her from.
What kind of information is Coulson going to give Rosalind, and how much can he really trust her? Who is this big boss Hunter is going to meet, and will they realize who he and May really are? And why does Simmons feel the need to go back. Is it some kind of Stockholm Syndrome thing, or is there a real purpose?
On tonight’s episode, “Devils You Know,” Coulson and team share information with Rosalind and search for an Inhuman that kills other Inhumans. Also: May begins to think Hunter’s mission to take down Ward is becoming too personal.
See what information Coulson shares tonight on ABC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Limitless, Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, Grandfathered, The Grinder, Scream Queens, The Flash, iZombie, and Face Off.