If We Controlled Your Remote… 5/10/18

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

The big day is finally here on The Big Bang Theory, the one we’ve been waiting eight years for: Sheldon and Amy are finally getting married! Last week, Sheldon learned from his mom that she wouldn’t attend the wedding if he didn’t invite his brother, Georgie. Sheldon whined and complained but finally dragged Leonard to Texas with him to ask his brother in person since Georgie wouldn’t take his calls. Turned out Georgie (now George) is the tire king (or doctor…since that’s what his chain of stores is called) of the region, and the reason he refused to go to the wedding was that he felt he’d had to sacrifice and put up with too much when growing up, since their parents (and then their mother once their father passed away) focused so much on Sheldon, and Sheldon never appreciated it or thanked George even after all these years. Leonard and George bonded over some of the pains that come with being friends/family with Sheldon, and Leonard gave Sheldon some hard truths about what it was really like for the rest of his family growing up. Sheldon and George had some good bonding time and George agreed to come to the wedding. Jerry O’Connell was great at George, and the whole story line was sweet.

Elsewhere, Bernie and Howard’s kids got pink eye…and gave it to Howard…who ended up giving it to everyone but Sheldon & Leonard, who were out of town…and Penny, who somehow was able to escape it. Even Amy suffered, and being a week before the wedding, she was NOT happy about it. It was all gross yet very funny, especially since I had to deal with that ickiness a few times growing up! Luckily it turned out to be bacterial, which meant they could all get on antibiotics and get it taken care of in a few days. Knowing germaphobe Sheldon wouldn’t return home if he knew, she hid it from him when they talked via webcam and convinced him to stay in Texas for a few days longer. LOL

I’ve seen tonight’s episode, and it really was worth the long wait, in my opinion. There are great guest stars, lots of laughs, and some really, really sweet moments – one in particular between Sheldon and Amy, not counting their vows, which were amazing. I loved it!

On tonight’s season finale, “The Bow Tie Asymmetry,” when Amy’s parents and Sheldon’s family arrive for the wedding, everybody is focused on making sure all goes according to plan – everyone except the bride and groom. (I won’t list the new guest stars, in case you haven’t seen it yet, so you won’t be spoiled. But returning guests include Stuart, Kripke, Wil Wheaton, Bert, Denise, and Sheldon’s mother, sister, and brother, Mary, Missy, and George.)

Don’t miss the biggest event of the season tonight on CBS at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chicago Fire, Beat Bobby Flay, Impractical Jokers, & S.W.A.T.
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Megan’s Choice

I shouldn’t be too surprised by the emotional rollercoaster that Station 19 has brought us on this season so far, seeing as it’s from the creators of Grey’s Anatomy, but I will say that since Station 19 debuted, I have been looking forward to it even more than Grey’s. Last week’s episode made me very frustrated when Captain Herrara said he didn’t recommend either Jack or Andy for his replacement, because we all know it should be Andy! On a different note, I have been really enjoying the fact that Andy is letting go a little and hooking up with her childhood sweetheart, Ryan. They are a much better couple than Jack and Andy could ever be in my opinion.

On tonight’s episode, “Hot Box,” in the final days before the Station 19 captaincy is announced, Pruitt warns Andy not to be disappointed with the outcome. Meanwhile, Ben gets upset with Pruitt for having told Bailey the dangers of firefighting; and the team gets trapped inside the garage of a burning house, putting several lives at risk.

To find out if the team can escape this disaster, tune in to ABC at 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, Grey’s Anatomy, S.W.A.T., Beat Bobby Flay, and Chicago Fire.

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