If We Controlled Your Remote… 11/01/16

Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!

Jenny’s Choice

chicagofire111smallLast week was a busy episode for Chicago Fire. Faced with the possibility of losing foster son Louie because Casey used his position as alderman to jump Gabby ahead in line for fostering, Casey called Susan Weller to help put out the political fire. It worked…but he also figured out that she was behind it all to begin with – she’d set the other alderman on Casey to get him to call her. He’s now threatened her to stay away from him and Gabby, but I don’t know how well that’ll work… Meanwhile, Severide was all about hanging out with rich, party guy Travis Brenner. He even got Travis to stop by Molly’s as a favor to the guys, in the hopes that he would drive more customers, which worked. Of course, not long before Severide was supposed to go off on a long trip across Europe with him, Brenner showed more of his true colors by leaving a woman (who’d nearly died of a drug overdose at his party) outside the hospital on the bench, rather than taking her inside. Severide realized the guy wasn’t good for him and decided not to go on the trip. And finally, Stella met a sick, homeless teenager during a tunnel fire, and she tracked him down – along with help from Chief Boden, the DA, and Ms. Goodwin from Chicago Med – to help get him treatment. It was nice to see that side of Stella after the whole Grant thing (which, by the way, ended in a way that let us see just why Stella had handled it all like she did).

On tonight’s episode, “Nobody Else is Dying Today,” while checking out a warehouse as part of his Alderman’s duties, Casey finds himself in a bad spot when a forklift accidentally pierces a tank storing acid causing an extremely hazardous spill. With a father and daughter in peril, Casey is forced to use extreme measures to remedy the situation. Dawson and Brett respond to an elderly woman who has a difficult senior advocate. Meanwhile, Mouch and Brett continue along with their secret project together, and Otis shares some exciting news as he prepares himself for an unusual expedition. Amy Morton (Chicago PD) guest stars.

Check out the excitement tonight on NBC at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, NCIS, American Housewife, Bull, MasterChef Canada, No Tomorrow, Aftermath, Chopped, & NCIS: NOLA.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Megan’s Choice

ncisnola111smallNCIS: New Orleans had a very exciting episode last week, with a big plane crash that turned out not to be an accident. The co-pilot shot the pilot to crash it on the orders of the cartel because there was a prisoner being transported that could bring down their whole operation. Between Pride’s team and the FBI, they managed to piece it all together. I’m enjoying having Gregorio on the show and think she might make a decent permanent replacement for Brody. and I think Pride agrees with me. I’m looking forward to where this story heads.

On tonight’s episode, “One Good Man,” the NCIS team reviews unorthodox training exercises after a Navy Seal candidate is found murdered weeks before his graduation. Also, a concerned Wade turns to Pride after her adopted son, Danny, announces his plan to enter the Navy.

To see if Pride will talk Danny out of joining the Navy, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching Chicago Fire, Bull, The Voice, and This Is Us.

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