If We Controlled Your Remote… 8/1/19

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

My favorite celebrity chef is Michael Symon. I also love watching Bobby Flay most of the time. They’re best friends in real life, so whenever they get together (like when Michael visits Beat Bobby Flay, etc), it’s always fun to watch. So when I heard they were teaming up for a new cooking competition series, I knew I had to watch. BBQ Brawl is a short, four-episode competition that pits the two of them as they coach eight of the country’s most respected BBQ challengers. At stake? Bragging rights for Bobby & Michael, and for the competitors, it’s the title of Master of Cue and the starring role in a series on FoodNetwork.com. Pretty sweet!

On tonight’s episode, “Backyard Barbecue,” Bobby and Michael suss out the talents of eight elite barbecue masters, but before choosing teams, they face off in a backyard barbecue challenge to determine who gets first pick. The eight contenders serve up backyard barbecue dishes to a trio of expert judges, and two contenders are sent home.

See who comes out on top tonight on Food Network at 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching MasterChef, Dr. Pimple Popper, Family Food Fight, Beat Bobby Flay, & Reef Break.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Kyle’s Choice

Tonight, after 5 seasons, iZombie finally comes to a close. Last week Ravi got ahold of the original batch of Boat Party Utopium and gave it to Charli at the CDC to help formulate a cure. However, her boss Saxon saw that there was more money to be made with a chronic treatment rather than a cure. So the crew planned a heist to break into Zone 19 at the CDC to get the Utopium back. They were successful in their Oceans 8-style mission thanks to Liv and Ravi eating the brains of hackers, acrobats, ninjas, and pickpockets in preparation.

Back in Seattle, Peyton was in charge of taking care of the zombie children while Liv was gone. But Blaine and Don E tracked them down to where they were hiding, kidnapping Peyton and the children. Meanwhile, Enzo Lambert seized control of Fillmore Graves, convincing Major’s men to turn against him. He then lit the fuse on the battle that had been brewing between the radical zombies who wanted the humans dead and the radical humans who wanted the zombies dead, by live broadcasting himself turning a human Dead Ender into a zombie, causing both sides to declare war.

Even though Liv and the gang have obtained the Utopium, they still need some Max Rager in order to formulate the cure, but that’s locked up in Fillmore Graves, where Major is no longer welcome. How will it all end? Will Ravi and the others be able to create and distribute the cure, eliminating the zombie plague once and for all? Will they be able to rescue Peyton and children before it’s too late? And will Liv and Major ever get the happy ending they were close to when the show began? Or are they be too late to stop the all-out war between humans and zombies? There’s a lot to be done and just one episode left! I really hope we get a happy, satisfying conclusion to the series with tonight’s finale, but I have my doubts, as there’s a lot to wrap up in just one hour!

On tonight’s series finale, “All’s Well That Ends Well,” the human versus zombie war finally comes to a head.

See how it all ends (Well, according to the title! 😉 ) tonight on The CW at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Big Brother and MasterChef.

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