Christmas Eve is ten days away, so I decided to start my Christmas baking today. Let me tell you that you should be jealous because my house smells delicious! I adore the shortbread and gingerbread cookies the most, and tonight I’m sitting down with a cup of peppermint hot chocolate and a cookie to indulge in not only some sweet treats, but fantastic television as well. Let’s see what we should all be enjoying.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine has become my favorite Sunday-night show without a doubt, and it’s mostly due to Peralta and Boyle, but last week it was due to Peralta, Rosa, and the Pontiac Bandit (guest star Craig Robinson). I am happy that the task force managed to wrap up the Gigglepig case thanks to the Bandit being an informant, but I’m even happier that they brought him back—that character is just plain comedic gold. The part with him saying that Peralta could be his son and that Peralta wasn’t adopted but his mom was so white she was almost invisible seriously had me in a giggle fit. Truth be told, the only part of the show that I found mildly annoying was Amy yet again trying to find a way around Captain Holt’s “no presents” rule, because this girl is always trying to find a way to soothe her Type “A” personality, which usually involves doing something the captain told her not to. It was funny at first, but now it’s getting old. Find new stuff. Overall, the episode was a win, and I’m looking forward to seeing more.
On tonight’s episode, “Stakeout,” Jake and Charles’s bro-mance starts to crack when they volunteer for an eight-day stakeout in very close quarters. Meanwhile, Captain Holt’s nephew, Marcus (guest star Nick Cannon), comes to Brooklyn and captures Rosa’s attention.
To see just what a man has to do to catch Rosa’s attention, tune in to FOX at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching Once Upon a Time, Undercover Boss, Holiday Baking Championship, CSI, and Cutthroat Kitchen.
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