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On the last new episode of NCIS: LA, the team paired up with Anna, Arkady’s daughter, after she kidnapped Kirkin (whose flirtation with Deeks was once again freakin’ hysterical) in order to learn her father’s whereabouts. Kirkin didn’t know for sure, but he did give them clues in order to find Arkady. It meant they had to go undercover at a gala so they could hack into the Russian Consul General’s computer. Of course, Kensi and Deeks had to go in as staff – catering, to be precise – while Callen and Anna were a couple and Sam went as their guest. It was dicey (Kensi to the rescue with the signal jammer and Anna and Callen had to do some distraction to keep the guards from seeing Sam as he sneaked into the room), but they accomplished their goal of figuring out in which Arkady was being held.
This is a two-part episode, with the conclusion airing tonight. Sam, Callen, and Anna head to Russia, while Kensi and Deeks stay behind. And tonight, we find (along with Callen) out more about Callen’s history, including a huge secret we’ve all been wondering about for seven seasons! I can’t wait!
On tonight’s episode, “Matryoshka, Part 2,” while they’re in Russia, Callen, Sam and Anna (guest star Bar Paly) craft a plan to break Anna’s father and his CIA agent companion out of prison. In Los Angeles, Kensi and Deeks take Eric into the field on an assignment.
See if they can break Arkady out of prison and how Eric does in the field tonight on CBS at 9:59/8:59c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Kids Baking Championship, Superstore, Cake Wars, Ellen’s Design Challenge, Lucifer, Major Crimes, Scorpion, & Castle.
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Tonight, the first season of NBC’s workplace comedy Superstore comes to a close. Last week, Jonah was horrified to discover that Dina had stepped down as assistant manager in order to pursue a relationship with him. Dana was paired up with Cheyenne in cosmetics, and it was quickly evident that she wasn’t suited for that department. Jonah hated being the bad guy – he just couldn’t tell Dina that he didn’t share her feelings and got some bad advice from Garrett on how to break the news. Meanwhile, Glenn started his internal search for Dina’s replacement and had his eyes on Amy, but it was more work and she already had school to deal with, so she didn’t want the job. Mateo really wanted the position, but he, too, unfortunately asked Garrett for help, which led to him preparing an elaborate pitch that involved singing and dancing. After interviewing all of the other horrible candidates, Amy ultimately accepted the position and was delighted to learn that it came with tuition reimbursement. And things also looked good for Dina, who had already moved on to another young guy.
I have really enjoyed this series. I like that show has a serialized element to the story, instead of just resetting things from week to week. The ensemble cast is hilarious and really found their chemistry over the course of the season. Hopefully the show will be picked up for another season and after tonight’s season finale, Cloud 9 won’t be closing its doors for good!
On tonight’s episode, “Labor,” Cheyenne has her baby, but she continues working because Cloud 9 doesn’t provide paid maternity leave. Jonah sets out to change this, but when the word “union” is mentioned, corporate flies into a frenzy.
To see how the season ends, tune in to NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Supergirl, Castle, Telenovela, The X-Files, Lucifer, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Jane the Virgin, Major Crimes, The Magicians, and Better Call Saul.