What a long and fantastic week of television! We’ve had some great finales, and a few moments that confused us relationship fans (ie. Bones 😉 ) Tonight is no exception to the exciting week, though, so let’s take a look and see what you should be watching.
Gordon Ramsay is often seen as a hard-ass, but in reality he’s a sweet, caring man who just wants people in the restaurant business to succeed. That’s what Kitchen Nightmares is all about: helping people. That’s what I try to tell myself while Ramsay is yelling at these incompetent people. 😉
On tonight’s season finale, the culinary master visits another restaurant where the owners hope that he can keep their business from falling over the brink of failure, but as he attempts to employ his methods and turn everything around, he worries he has met his match.
Tune in to FOX at 8/7c to find out if Ramsay can help pull the restaurant from the edge of failure. Learn where to find episodes online of Kitchen Nightmares @ Clicker.
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Tonight, there is a double header of season finale Supernatural goodness. Sam and Dean have faced many tough challenges in the past, but everyone knows that a Supernatural finale is the ultimate battle of good vs. evil. So, get settled on the edge of your seats, because this ending won’t go down smoothly.
In part one of the finale, a demon kidnaps Ben (Nicholas Elia) and Lisa (Cindy Sampson) in an attempt to get at Dean (Jensen Ackles). As a result, the brothers Winchester are forced to team up with an unlikely ally in order to save them. Apparently, the real-life departed writer H.P. Lovecraft is mixed up in the brothers’ battle in order to help keep the underworld at bay.
Part two of the season finale contains the fiercest battle of them all. Bobby (Jim Beaver) and Dean are at a loss when the walls of Sam’s (Jared Padalecki) mind come falling down. With no solution for how to save him, they are forced to stand there as Sam breaks. How will Dean handle the fight for Heaven on his own? One thing is for certain, this fight and finale are historic.
Tune in to the CW at 8/7c and 9/8c to see the afterlife battle go down. Learn where to find episodes online of Supernatural @ Clicker.
One show I was glad to see premiere a few weeks ago was the Canadian import, Flashpoint, on CBS. The writing is great, the cases are interesting (and sometimes, as was the premiere this season, absolutely heartbreaking), and the cast is fantastic. I’m not sure I can find any fault with the show most of the time, because it all just seems to really work well. If you haven’t given it a shot, please do!
On tonight’s episode, shots are fired at the scene of an accident involving an unmarked police car and a bus, and Team One arrives to discover that the drive of the police car is Spike’s mentor, Oliver McCoy, who was transporting two criminals at the time of the accident.
Don’t miss it tonight on CBS at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of Flashpoint @ Clicker.
In Dillon, Texas, high school students dream big. The boys dream about their future in football and getting out of this small town, and they dream of a life that may or may not be in the cards. Some may end up sticking around, and some work so hard for a career and college life bigger then the city they grew up in. For many boys and girls, when you graduate from high school, it seems like the sky is the limit. For others, it’s the beginning of a life sentence. Just remember, the future isn’t written, so make it your own!
Tonight, a popular magazine praises Coach Taylor, while Vince’s past reappears and catches up to him. Luke faces the truth about TMU, and a car accident derails and delays Julie’s return back to college.
Hold onto your hats for another gripping new episode at 8/7c on NBC. Learn where to find episodes online of Friday Night Lights @ Clicker.
Friday night is a great night to chill out, and for me that means staying up and catching Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. While he usually has great guests (tonightâ€™s are Jim Belushi from The Defenders & According to Jim, Jennifer Lawrence – Katniss from The Hunger Games, and the Fleet Foxes as musical guest), my favorite parts are the comedy segments, like when he writes Thank You Notes. Of course, there are also moments like the one below!
Thanks again, everyone, for a great week here at TV Is My Pacifier. I hope you enjoyed my picks the last few days and hope that you found a new show to follow. Just a reminder that you can check out my reviews at daemonstv.com or contact me on twitter (@josedaemons).
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon is on at 12:30AM/11:30PMc on NBC. Watch it and prepare to laugh your pants off. Learn where to find episodes online of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon @ Clicker.