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On last week’s Hawaii Five-0, Chin learned some shocking news: he’s an uncle! It was a shock to everyone to learn that Gabriel had a young daughter. (In case you don’t remember, Chin was married to Gabriel’s sister until she was killed.) Chin found out about the girl when her mother was killed while she was at a neighbor’s house at a sleepover. Then she was kidnapped by Michelle Shioma’s (one bad, cold woman…) people in order to draw Gabriel out to Shioma, and the gang had to find her. Unfortunately, in the process, they killed the man who they believed would turn on Shioma, which meant they still couldn’t arrest her! Ugh!
Tonight is a double-episode season finale. We’re still in the middle of the Gabriel story line, which hopefully will be resolved tonight. Unfortunately, I don’t think Adam is in either story, which means he’ll still be in prison by season’s end (and I’m assuming at the beginning of next season). I don’t like that… I would love to see him and Kono get to start their HEA!
On tonight’s first episode, “Pa’a ka ‘ipuka i ka ‘upena nananana (The Entrance is Stopped with a Spider’s Web),” trapped inside a dilapidated building in Oahu’s Chinatown, Five-0 must protect a wounded Gabriel (Christopher Sean) and plan their escape when enemy gunmen storm the building looking to kill him and anyone who gets in their way.
Then on the season finale, “O ke ali’I wale no ka’u makemake (My Desire is Only for the Chief),” in order to stop a meth epidemic on the Island, McGarrett and Danny go undercover as pilots, but when McGarrett is seriously wounded, Danny is forced to break their cover in order to save his partner’s life. Duane “Dog” Chapman guest stars.
See how the season ends tonight on CBS starting at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Grimm.
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It’s been a couple of weeks since the last episode of Grimm. When we left off, Wu was still unaware of his inner wolf when had an altercation with a repeat offender that turned deadly. Wu couldn’t recall what happened, so Rosalee made a special potion to help him remember, but while he was unconscious, Wu morphed into his wolf. Everyone was shocked by this turn of events, and Monroe filmed the transformation in order to show Wu afterwards. Meanwhile, Eve discovered that she could hear Diana’s thoughts; Adalind told Nick about her Hexenbiest powers returning; and Renard was pressured by Conrad, a member of Black Claw, to get Adalind to join them. When that didn’t work, Conrad threatened Adalind’s baby. And so she left Nick a note and disappeared with the child, giving in to Black Claw’s demands.
I really like how the show has taken its time with Wu’s transformation and the fun reactions from himself and the others to his condition. I look forward to seeing how he’s able to learn to manage and utilize his new wolf powers. What does Black Claw want with Adalind, and can Nick find a way to help her? What lengths will Renard go to to become mayor, and will he even win? There’s a lot going on and just a few episodes left to the season!
On tonight’s episode, “Bad Night,” Nick fears there’s a chance he’ll lose everything to Black Claw; Renard ramps up his campaign as the election draws near; Adalind faces a very difficult decision in order to protect her children; Hank’s relationship with Zuri moves in an unexpected direction; and Wu struggles to get a grip on his new reality.
See what decision Adalind makes tonight on NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Amazing Race and Banshee.
It’s time for the season finale of The Amazing Race, and I am very excited that my favorite team made it to the finals: Tyler and Korey. This team has been making us laugh all season, and they have also been killing it at almost every challenge. They are going up against Sheri/Cole and Matt/Dana, and honestly, any of the three teams deserve to win it.
On tonight’s finale, “Only First That Matters,” as the final three teams race from Shenzhen, China, to Santa Barbara, Calif., for the final leg of the Race, they face a gut-wrenching leap of faith: jump off a building more than 150 feet high and perform a harrowing task of synchronized mountaineering.
To find out who wins the million dollars, tune in to CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Hawaii Five-0 and Grimm.