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The last new episode of Hawaii Five-0 was tense and exciting and sad too. Grover went to Chicago to confront his old partner Clay, who Grover believes killed his wife when they were visiting Grover and his family in Hawaii months before. Grover broke into Clay’s house, knocked him out, tied him up, and then interrogated him, trying to break Clay into giving a confession. Clay held firm to his innocence, even with a smirk on his face. Grover then tried the tactic of catching Clay for something else if he couldn’t catch him for murder. Grover believed that Clay stole money from a big bust when they were partners, and he had the idea that Clay had hidden it somewhere in the house – in the walls, etc. While he was searching, Clay’s mistress-turned-girlfriend came home, and at first Grover was able to get Clay to get her to go away before she noticed anything amiss, but the second time she came home, Grover had to grab her and tie her up too.
In the end, he did indeed find the huge stash of cash, in the panels of the old car Clay had in the garage (the way Grover figured it out, by wondering why Clay had the old car in the garage and his new one outside in the cold, snowy Chicago winter, was pretty smart). Then Grover called the police, basically planning to get Clay AND himself arrested. Meanwhile, Chin and Kono were held at gunpoint and nearly killed when they drove through the backroads and fields to race Steve and Danny, who took the highway. They stumbled across two guy who were digging a place to put a dead cop. Thankfully, Steve and Danny drove out and found them just before the bad guys killed them.
I’m nervous about the whole Grover situation. I can’t see him being let go right away. He didn’t kill anyone (didn’t even really hurt Clay or the girlfriend), but he certainly kidnapped them and caused a lot of damage to the house. But from the description of this week’s episode, there’s NO mention of Grover at all. Surely we’ll find out what happened…right?
On tonight’s episode, “Hoa ‘inea (Misery Loves Company),” as Five-0 investigates a double homicide involving marital infidelity, McGarrett and the team recount their disastrous Valentine’s Day experiences. Chef Masaharu Morimoto guest stars as himself.
Find out what happened with Grover and hear some funny V-Day stories tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Amazing Race, American Diner Revival, Grimm, Second Chance, Blue Bloods, Guy & Hunter’s European Vacation, & Burgers, Brew & ’Que.
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Tonight, The Amazing Race returns for its 28th trek around the globe. This time all 11 teams are comprised of social media “stars” and/or their relatives. These folks have hundreds of thousands to millions of followers on their podcasts, YouTube, Vine, or Instagram accounts. The participants include models, gamers, dancers/choreographers, musicians, a beauty guru, and social media curators (whatever that means). And just like a typical season, the teams run the gamut of relationships – friends, parent/child, spouses, dating couples, and an engaged couple.
While I don’t generally agree with stunt casting, I’m not totally opposed to this year’s crop, as long as it is a one-time thing. To me, these people are complete strangers, so this is pretty much the same as if they had just cast average Joes off the street (if I didn’t know any better). But since each of these teams comes with its own established fan base, it can only help to boost the ratings for this series that I enjoy. I just hope the show still gives regular folks the chance to compete in future seasons.
On tonight’s premiere, “I Should’ve Been a Boy Scout,” eleven teams made up of social media personalities embark on a global race to win the top million-dollar prize. In the opener, the duos begin the race from their homes and meet Phil Keoghan in Mexico City.
Meet the 11 teams tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm, Sleepy Hollow, Second Chance, and Childrens Hospital.
The return of Grimm last week was everything I hoped for and more…so much more. I am really pleased with this season of the show, because last season I was starting to worry they’d lost their way, but I can honestly say the writers are back to the same level of awesomeness they displayed in season one.
We were left in the fall finale with a large number of questions when the screen went black. Thankfully last week’s episode answered a lot of those. Nick and the others were ambushed, but thanks to a mysterious woman, they were saved. The only issue was that the woman looked exactly like Juliette, who was supposed to be dead. She’s very not dead, which caused a conversation between Nick and Adalind, with her worrying about how this will change Nick’s feelings for her and their son. Nick assured her that he’ll feel the same, and then they shared a very short but hot kiss. Long overdue. They then decided that their timing was off so they’d wait until it was right and do it for them, not for any other reason. We later found out that Juliette is now known as Eve – she has Juliette’s memories but isn’t at all like her. The now cold-hearted Eve told Nick her only regret is that he didn’t get to bury Juliette. Harsh…
The case of the week was quite scary in my opinion because the idea of a lake monster is enough to keep me out of the lake for sure. This is Grimm, though, so we knew it wasn’t a real lake monster but a Wesen causing trouble, and he ended up going too far and murdered a couple of people. Nick and Hank figured it all out, and the “monster” disappeared for good, with Trubel’s help.
We also learned a lot about the situation with Black Claw, including how they murdered the entire Wesen counsel because there was a mole inside when the counsel started discussing how to fix the Black Claw problem. It was a pretty intense moment that has now left everyone wondering: how do they continue on without the counsel?
On tonight’s episode, “Star-Crossed,” a barbaric Wesen ritual is brought to the present, and Nick, Hank, and Wu are already five steps behind the serial killer. To aid in the investigation, Monroe goes undercover. Meanwhile, Hadrian’s Wall’s war against Black Claw intensifies as Eve uses her unique skills to interrogate a suspect.
Find out how Monroe assists in the investigation and just how ruthless Eve is tonight on NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching The Amazing Race, Sleepy Hollow, Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, and Second Chance.