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Tonight, after seven crazy seasons, the Comedy Central series Workaholics comes to an end. Over the years, co-workers/roommates Blake, Adam, and Anders have found just about every excuse to avoid actually doing their telemarketing jobs and just spend their time partying or getting up to wacky schemes. They often show up to work drunk or high or engage in totally inappropriate workplace behavior. It’s a wonder how they haven’t been fired. But as much as they claim to hate their jobs, their coworkers – including always-angry boss Alice – have become a dysfunctional family. Last week, motivational speaker Bianca threatened to disrupt the annual workplace Darwin Awards ceremony, and the guys made it their mission to get rid of her. As she was leaving, Bianca offered Alice a job at her company. Even though the job was probably a lot better, Alice ultimately couldn’t bring herself to abandon her work family. It’s like they’re all trapped there for life.
I’m looking forward to seeing how this series comes to an end. The creators have known about this end date for a long time, so I really hope there is some kind of definitive end to the show. Will the guys finally get a little maturity and act like adults? Will the guys go out in a blaze of glory, Thelma & Louise style? Or will it just be not-no-much-business as usual, with the guys up to yet another off-the-wall scheme? Pretty much anything could happen!
On tonight’s series finale, “Party Gawds,” the guys become party gods after an energy drink company starts paying them to throw ragers.
To see how the series ends, tune in to Comedy Central at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Goldbergs, Speechless, Modern Family, black-ish, Designated Survivor, Survivor, Criminal Minds, Arrow, The 100, Jeff & Some Aliens, Legion, The Magicians, The Expanse, and Major Crimes.
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Last week on Lethal Weapon, some big things happened. Major things! Riggs and Murtaugh partnered up with DEA Agent Karen Palmer to protect a mother and her child from a cartel boss and his top gun (played by the amazingly sexy Matt Passmore from The Glades!). The baby was the cartel boss’s, and the mother took him because she didn’t want her son growing up in that life. It was a crazy time running from the bad guys, including jumping out a second-floor motel room just before the bad guy shot off an RPG and blew up the room. Then there was a shoot-out at a mall after the baby mama changed her mind and decided rather than have the bad guys kill her and the baby, she’d surrender the baby to them. Fortunately, our guys and Palmer kept both of them safe AND took care of the bad guys. Through it all, Riggs and Palmer were getting closer and closer, even to the point where he asked her out on an actual date. Unfortunately, when she showed up at the restaurant, she did so with a file. When she was at Riggs’s place with him, she saw Miranda’s picture, and she recognized her from a DEA file.
Was Miranda in with the cartel? Was her death revenge against Riggs? Or maybe even against her City Attorney father? Regardless, Riggs is right back where he was at the beginning of the season, even more so now. He’s out for blood and solid, definitive answers, and he doesn’t care who gets hurt or killed – even if it’s himself – in the process. At least, that’s my thoughts. I guess we’ll see on tonight’s season finale! (*cry*)
On tonight’s episode, “Commencement,” Riggs makes a shocking discovery about Miranda’s death that leads him back to the cartel in a frantic search for answers. His wild desperation leaves Murtaugh torn between his commitment to his partner and his commitment to his family. Matt Passmore guest stars.
Find out if Riggs gets his answers without hurting himself or someone he cares about tonight on FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, The Goldbergs, Criminal Minds, Major Crimes, Modern Family, Property Brothers, black-ish, Bakers vs. Fakers, & Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
This situation that Reid is in on Criminal Minds is completely stressing me out. I was happy that he found a supportive person to watch his back, but he can’t keep this up forever. The team has to figure out how to get our boy genius out of jail, because I’m not sure how much he can take – and honestly, how much I can take of him being in danger.
On tonight’s episode, “Assistance is Futile,” a mother steps forward with valuable information for the BAU to aid in their investigation of an unsub known as the bone crusher. Also, Reid must adapt to a new set of rules in prison life. Tatum O’Neal guest stars.
Find out what these new rules entail tonight at 9/8c on CBS.
I’ll also be watching Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Chopped Junior, Lethal Weapon, Bakers vs. Fakers, Survivor, and The Magicians.