It’s finally Friday, the end of a long week. I’ve felt icky all week, which is odd, since my sleep schedule’s been normal. Last night, I woke up at 4:30 in the morning, so maybe it’s turning around. *grin* Everyone give props to Adam, from TVDoneWright.com, who has been fantastic this week. If you enjoyed hearing what he thought you should watch, let him know! Anyway, still some good stuff on TV tonight. What are you planning on watching?
On tonight’s episode, Jack and Dan investigate a spurious inspection report at a corrupt oil company, but they discover that they may have accidentally stumbled upon a deadly criminal conspiracy, and they find that Liz’s boyfriend is stuck right in the middle of it. Fans of Liz and Jack, cross your fingers. Maybe Liz’s boyfriend will be on his way out after tonight? 😀 Don’t miss it tonight on FOX at 9/8c.
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The hit show Blue Bloods continues to garner more and more viewers and endear itself to America. If you’re not watching this family centered drama on Friday nights, or at least TIVO’ing it to watch at your convenience, you’re missing out majorly. There is so much heart and soul to this show, that it’s not your average cop show or drama. It’s got unique storylines and great energy and even some moments that will make you cry. On tonight’s episode, Danny tries to find the source of a deadly narcotic after three teenagers end up dead from an overdose. Watch CBS tonight at 10/9c for a great combination of a show!
I may see a little boring in my suggestion tonight, but if that’s your thought, then you are missing out. CSI: NY has been great this season so far, and I’m impressed with the storylines. On tonight’s episode, the CSIs investigate when a badly decomposed body is discovered in an abandoned car on a rooftop. The probe reveals the killer manipulates his crime scenes and uses the victim’s parents to accomplish it. Sounds creepy, yet entertaining at the same thing. Tune into CBS at 9/8c to see how the case unfolds.
The show is not the most original of the bunch, but it does have that extra family element to it. Plus bonus points for the epicness that is Tom Selleck’s mustache. Watch it in HD if you dare, on CBS at 10/9c.