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Tonight, Better Call Saul kicks off its third season on AMC. When we last left off, Jimmy had purposely altered his brother’s legal documents in order to steal Mesa Verde as a client. Chuck blamed his electromagnetic hypersensitivity for his absentmindedness; however, he suspected that Jimmy had something to do with the error. Chuck quit his job at the firm, had a panic attack that sent him to the hospital, and was back to wearing his tin foil hat around his darkened house. Jimmy felt bad and confessed to his brother what he had done, but he was unaware that Chuck had arranged the situation and had recorded the conversation. Meanwhile, Mike’s plan to execute Hector Salamanca was interrupted by a blaring car horn, and when he went to stop the noise, he found the word “Don’t” written on his vehicle.
Who left the note for Mike, and why didn’t the author want Hector killed? The general theory is that it was Gus Fring – are we going to see how those two first partnered up? How does Chuck plan to use this recording against his brother? Now that he knows that there was nothing physically wrong with him, will he abandon his paranoid ways and become the top lawyer he once was? And how will the existence of this tape affect Kim and Saul’s relationship, which is ultimately doomed, given where Breaking Bad picks up? I have been thoroughly enjoying this prequel series, and I’m looking forward to seeing where things go this season and what connections to the original series will pop up.
On tonight’s premiere, “Mabel,” Jimmy and Chuck’s relationship deteriorates; Kim feels the pressure of running her own firm; and Mike investigates the note left on his car.
If you missed any of the second season, AMC will be running a marathon of the entire second season starting at 11:30AM ET today. Otherwise, catch the start of the new season tonight on AMC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Man With a Plan, Superior Donuts, Bates Motel, Young & Hungry, Baby Daddy, and Angie Tribeca.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
It’s been a few weeks since the last new episode of 2 Broke Girls. Bobby confessed to Caroline that he loved to bowl. Not only that…but he was in a bowling league! Eek! Totally not something Caroline is into at all. But she tried… First, she ended up injuring the hand of their team’s best bowler, by slamming it in the door of her apartment. Then she went to support Bobby when he and his team were competing for the championship. Max admitted that she can bowl since she spent much of her time during school sneaking off to hang out at the bowling alley, but then Caroline (while trying to be helpful) accidentally crushed Max’s hand between two bowling balls. So Caroline herself finally had to step in to try to help them win. That went about as expected… As in, it didn’t go well. LOL In the end, they decided Caroline would support him by waiting for him at home from then on. (Also, I just have to say that ya gotta feel for baby Barbara… Having Sophie and Oleg as parents? She’s doomed. They are the worst. LOL I mean, they love her, but OMG, they’re so ridiculously stupid. Haha That’s the point, I know. They’re SUPPOSED to be. And it’s funny…but it makes me so glad she’s just a character and not a real person!)
I picked this for tonight’s Remote because Caroline’s two major relationships come face-to-face, and it should be a lot of fun. I love both Candy Andy and Bobby (I mean, COME ON. Ryan Hansen and Chris Gorham?? That’s a LOT of sexiness to handle…), so I can’t wait to see what happens! Now we just need to get Max and Randy back together, and things will be perfect!
On tonight’s episode, “And the Rock Me on the Dais,” the girls are excited when they are invited to a press junket to promote the film about Caroline’s life, but Caroline is shocked when her ex-boyfriend, Candy Andy (Ryan Hansen), shows up. Also, Bobby gets jealous over Caroline and Candy Andy’s reconnection and asks the diner gang for advice.
See what happens when the two men meet up tonight on CBS at 9:30/8:30c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Kevin Can Wait, Man With a Plan, Superior Donuts, APB, Help My Yelp, & Scorpion.
I’m glad that Scorpion is returning this week with a new episode, because even a little time away from this show, and I’m missing it for sure. On the last new episode we saw, Paige and Walter moved closer together as they ended up working on things for Happy and Toby’s wedding. I am really hoping that the extra time together will push them into the “more than friends” territory, because it’s long overdue in my opinion. As for the case, Happy and Paige got stuck in a dangling gondola that was close to plummeting to the ground, and they had to work through an argument in order to keep calm and stay alive. It was nice watching them interact, since we don’t see that as much as we see them each interact with the others.
On tonight’s episode, “Rock Block,” Team Scorpion must defy the orders of a foreign government after they retrieve an asteroid from space containing DNA strands that could have deadly consequences once exposed.
Find out if the team can solve this problem without starting a war with another country tonight on CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, APB, Man With a Plan, and Kevin Can Wait.