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After 7 hilarious seasons, the FX/FXX comedy The League finally comes to an end tonight. Last week, the guys were getting sick of giving automatic wins to Ruxin and suspected he might be milking the situation of his wife’s passing. So Taco finally confronted him, and Ruxin agreed to stop taking the free passes. Meanwhile, Raffi – in his unique and twisted way – tried to help Ruxin with the grieving process by offering to take his sister’s place in the bedroom.
Later, Raffi managed to get the league banned from the website after posting a video of himself and Dirty Randy having sex with some birds (and not the British use of the word) to the chat board. This meant Kevin was forced to run the league by hand – which led to a lot of issues, especially since he let baby Chalupa Batman help with the math. Due to the league stats mess, everyone will now be in the playoffs. Meanwhile, Andre tried to get an exclusive restaurant to let him use a dinner reservation Ruxin had set up for Sofia and himself. The episode ended with one final bombshell, that Pete’s ex-wife Meegan is pregnant.
After seven seasons, how will this show come to an end? It’s anyone’s game this time around – so who will be the final Shiva winner and who will take home the Sacko? Is Andre the father of Meegan’s baby? And if so, how will Pete and the others react?
On tonight’s finale, “The Great Night of Shiva,” the fates of the Shiva, Sacko, and Snip are decided. Also: Ruxin makes a big decision that impacts his chances of winning and the league’s survival.
To see how the series ends, tune in to FXX at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, The Middle, The Goldbergs, Modern Family, black-ish, Arrow, Supernatural, American Horror Story: Hotel, You’re the Worst, and Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter.
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My addiction to television is never a bad thing in my opinion. However, my fiancé seems to think I need to lay off watching shows that make me emotional, like Code Black tends to. While I’ll admit that this show brings me to tears almost every week, I can also say that I have no intention of giving it up anytime soon.
Last week was a very emotional episode because Jesse (aka Mama) had a massive heart attack, which had Leanne beside herself with worry. Jesse is the only one who seems to be able to get through to her when she’s feeling down about stuff usually to do with losing her family. In the end, Jesse survived, but he told Leanne that she needed to live – stop just existing and live. She took his advice to heart and kissed Cole in the locker room, which was very good timing because he was having a hard day. I actually like the prospect of these two together; however, I don’t know how Cole’s father is going to react, seeing as he is a senior doctor at the hospital as well as a friend of Leanne’s.
Speaking of friends… Mario has come a long way because he actually asked for help from the other interns when he needed to sneak out against Hudson’s orders to find the son of a patient who had been on his way to pick his son up when he got in a car accident with a train. While I agree that Mario probably shouldn’t have gone against orders, I applaud him for putting the boy’s needs above the risk of losing his job. Unfortunately, while Hudson didn’t kick any of the interns out of the program, he did end up giving Christa the cold shoulder because of her deceit. I really hope that professional behavior with her doesn’t last long, because those two are dynamite together. Overall, it was a fantastic emotional ride, and I simply cannot get enough of this show.
On tonight’s episode, “Black Tag,” the doctors find their own lives in danger when they arrive at the scene of a massive multi-vehicle accident on a highway covered in thick fog. Also, Jesse’s confidence is shaken following his heart attack, while Carla’s condition becomes critical.
Find out what happens with the interns on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Cutthroat Kitchen, Criminal Minds and Black-ish.
Last week’s black-ish was funny and surprising… Dre’s old friend from childhood – a kid who was always there for him, keeping him from trouble with older guys as he walked home from school, etc – came to visit and stay with Dre & his family for…well, longer than Bow wanted. He was an artist, but Bow thought he was nothing but lazy, sleeping all the time and taking advantage of Dre’s generosity and their friendship. The kids began mimicking his behavior, including not showering, lazing about on the couch and eating old food off their necks, etc. It was…gross. But it turned out the guy was really talented and actually got a great opportunity, so in the end, it was worth it. At work, Dre’s boss – Stevens – was shocked when his business partner/friend’s wife showed up, only to learn that she and the partner/friend were divorced and she got his part of the business. Stevens went all crazy trying to get ahold of his partner, which was funny…but Charlie ended up getting fired, which was upsetting for Dre, but in the end it worked out for Charlie, who got a better job. If Charlie really is gone, I’ll miss him because he was one crazy dude. Lol
On tonight’s episode, “Stuff,” Dre thinks Christmas has become commercialized and is all about “stuff,” and no one loves “stuff” more than his kids. Pops and Ruby think they have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and come up with a new plan to pare down gifts and spend more time together. The kids don’t handle the news well and hope that if they put on their best behavior Dre and Bow will cave in. Meanwhile, Daphne Lido (played by Wanda Sykes), who is single for her first holiday alone, invites herself to the Johnson family home to celebrate with them.
See if things work out the way Dre wants them to tonight on ABC at 9:31/8:31c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing All-Star Holidays, Hellevator, The Goldbergs, Criminal Minds, Cutthroat Kitchen, Modern Family, Santas in the Barn, Code Black, & Celebrity Food Fight.