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Sleepy Hollow has come back from hiatus and hit the ground running with a solid story that is continuing at a steady pace while still keeping us entertained with a weekly bad guy to watch our favorite witnesses fight.
On last week’s episode the Kindred returned and brought murder with him, but it would appear he is killing couples out of jealousy of their love. The creepy guy is lonely and looking for love… Wonder if Craigslist has a column for supernatural beings looking for their mate? Probably not, but that’s okay because apparently Ben Franklin anticipated this humanely need and made a bride for the Kindred that was stored centuries ago. Thanks to Ichabod and the team, they managed to bring her to life and stop the Kindred from murdering any more. It was a strange episode, but I will say that I’m enjoying the small moments of bonding that Crane and Abbie had this episode, and I’m hopeful we may finally be moving in a romantic direction for these two.
On tonight’s episode, “Sins of the Father,” when Jenny makes the decision to confront her father, family turmoil from the past rises to the surface. Meanwhile, Atticus Nevins returns to town, bringing more danger than the FBI could have imagined.
Find out how this family reunion goes tonight on FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Blue Bloods, Hawaii Five-0, and The Amazing Race.
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The social media season of The Amazing Race is now in full gear, with one of the teams finally getting eliminated. Last week, the teams headed from Mexico to Colombia, where the first Roadblock found one team member diving into a mud volcano looking for an emerald. Afterwards the teams had to choose between two Detours – either cooking and plating a fried fish meal or building the second half of a pop-up tent structure. Father/daughter team Scott and Blair had to complete their Speed Bump before they could attempt this next challenge, which involved hauling in a large fishing net and unloading the catch of the day. Mother/daughter team Marty and Hagan had a rough day and to finish it off stupidly decided to walk to the Detour instead of driving. Darius and Cameron dodged a bullet. They made some big mistakes and were a little too relaxed on this leg, but since the other team had to make the long walk back to their cab after completing the challenge, it was Marty and Hagan who ended up in last place and were eliminated instead of them. Meanwhile, best friends Tyler and Korey just narrowly beat pro Frisbee players Brodie & Kurt to the mat in order to take first place.
Overall, I’m really enjoying this season, and I’m glad to see that for the most part these social media “stars” don’t have any egos. I still don’t have a particular team that I’m really rooting for at this point. The only team I really want gone is Cole and his mother Sheri. Cole is just really loud and obnoxious and seems to be playing it up a bit for the camera.
On tonight’s episode, “Bros Being Jocks,” the race continues in Cartagena, Colombia, where claustrophobia threatens to prevent one racer from going deep into catacombs to retrieve a clue.
See which team goes home tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Fuller House, Grimm, Sleepy Hollow, Second Chance, and Childrens Hospital.