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NBC’s Superstore is always one of the highlights of my Thursday night TV watching. Last week it was Valentine’s Day at Cloud 9, and Amy and Glenn tried to play matchmaker for Myrtle, but their attempts to set her up with another elderly employee resulted in a sexual harassment investigation. Meanwhile, Garrett learned about Mateo’s secret relationship with Jeff and tried to push his jealousy over Sandra’s pretend relationship to the boiling point. And Jonah went undercover to help Dina catch a shoplifter, but he ended up falling for his mark. So Dina made sure to burn that potential relationship to the ground by pretending that Jonah was the deadbeat father to her children. But in the end, Jonah was back to joking and having a good time with Amy as the two cleared the store of its Valentine’s Day decorations.
Earlier this week, NBC announced the wonderful news that Superstore had been picked up for a third season. This series just keeps getting funnier and funnier â€“ this ensemble cast just works so well together and has really found their groove. When I was watching the show last week, I couldn’t help but be reminded of The Office, when that show was really firing on all cylinders. I’m so happy there are plenty more crazy adventures to come for the Cloud 9 crew.
On tonight’s episode, “Super Hot Store,” angry tensions magnify when the store’s thermostat breaks, leaving the staffers miserably hot inside Cloud 9. Meanwhile, Dina and Garrett find a way to pass the time, and Cheyenne helps Glenn through an existential crisis as he tries to fix the heater.
See how Dina and Garrett occupy themselves tonight on NBC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grey’s Anatomy, The Big Bang Theory, The Great Indoors, Life in Pieces, Training Day, Powerless, The Blacklist, MasterChef Junior, My Kitchen Rules, Riverdale, Top Chef, and Colony.
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I’ve really been enjoying this season of Top Chef because there have been a lot of great competitions. I’m really happy with Sheldon being in the top three, because I think he’s not only an amazing chef but a great person. It’s wonderful how connected to his family he is and I loved when we got to see him with his wife last week. It was an even deeper look at how much he loves his family. When it’s all said and done, I hope Sheldon is the one chef left standing.
On tonight’s episode, “Cooking Away in Margaritaville,” in Guadalajara, Mexico, the three remaining chefs face off against the winner of Last Chance Kitchen; the chefs must create a dish using goat, and then they are tasked to pair their own cocktail with a dish that incorporates the notes of a margarita.
To find out who the chefs have to battle from Last Chance Kitchen, tune in to Bravo at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching The Big Bang Theory, MasterChef Junior, Grey’s Anatomy, Chicago Med, Training Day, and My Kitchen Rules.