If We Controlled Your Remote… 12/11/19

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

Last week on SEAL Team, it was clear Jason was well on the mend after his surgery. Not only was he walking and running without a hitch in his stride, but he was also hitting on and then kissing Natalie. I kinda like them together, but I’m not yet sure if that’s good or bad for Jason. And while the team was overseas protecting aid convoys in an Ebola hot zone and then finding out later that they were really there to go after a new strain of the Ebola virus that had been stolen (they were NOT happy about that delay in their mission knowledge, btw…), Davis was stateside and getting into trouble. She met up with her sister, but she really seemed to have a chip on her shoulder, so the visit didn’t go very well. That sent her to a bar, where she sat and drank…and drank…and drank…by herself. And THAT caught the eye of a couple of jackasses who tried to hit on her and wouldn’t listen when she said no. They put their hands on her, so she was on high alert already, and when someone else came up behind her and put his hand on her shoulder, she reacted…well…frankly like I think she should have. She turned around and threw a punch, assuming it was another guy who was with the first two. Unfortunately for her, it was a police office, so she was arrested. Now, I doubt she’d go to jail for it after the circumstances came out about why she threw the punch, but because she’s now an officer in the military, the military may have something to say about that…and that leads us into tonight’s episode. When I first saw the pictures and episode title, I figured maybe her relationship with Sonny had come to light, but now I think it has to do with the tussle at the bar last week. Guess we’ll see!

On tonight’s episode, “Unbecoming an Officer,” Jason leads Bravo Team on his first mission back following surgery, and Ensign Davis faces disciplinary action. The episode was directed by series star and real-life veteran Tyler Grey (Trent).

See how it goes with Jason back in the field and why Davis is facing trouble tonight on CBS at 9/8c.

I’ll also be watching The Goldbergs, Schooled, Guy’s Grocery Games, Modern Family, Making It, Single Parents, The Great Food Truck Race, S.W.A.T., & Stumptown.
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Megan’s Choice

When we last had a new episode of S.W.A.T., the team worked together to save an undercover agent who was kidnapped by the Bulgarians who were trafficking humans. It was an intense episode, but the team came through in the end with a few hiccups. We got a look at Chris’s background about when she found out her parents died and how she doesn’t want any family to ever find out by overhearing police officers talking because it was the worst way to find out. I loved seeing Chris so sensitive and vulnerable. I still hold out hope that she and Street will end up together, because they both come from a wounded childhood past and Chris deserves someone who will truly love her.

On tonight’s episode, “Monster,” the SWAT team’s task to provide security for a warlord is threatened by assassins determined to take him out before he’s extradited by the International Criminal Court. Also, Hondo’s father, Daniel Sr., tries to make amends to Hondo’s mother, Charice, Street’s foster brother, Nate, asks for his help with a corrupt boss, and Deacon reluctantly explores therapy for his daughter, Lila.

To see if Street can help his brother and if Deacon’s daughter will get the help she needs, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching The Masked Singer, SEAL Team, Nancy Drew, Single Parents, Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways, Riverdale, Almost Family, The Great Food Truck Race, and Stumptown.

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