By this time next week, I should be admitted to the hospital, getting ready for my c-section. That is, of course, if I don’t go into labour sometime in the next few days, which would be awesome. 🙂 In the meantime, let’s look at what’s on television tonight, besides basketball.
Last week’s Kitchen Nightmares was really intense, and that one restaurant owner was insane. I have to admit that Ramsay really kept his cool, considering how obnoxious the woman was to him, and he actually managed to help them get their restaurant back on track. That’s what I love about Kitchen Nightmares–watching Ramsay do something good other than boss people around.
Over the years, Chef Gordon Ramsay has helped numerous restaurant owners get back on their feet by laying the groundwork for their failing restaurants to succeed. It’s been a while since Chef Ramsay first paid a visit to these restaurants, so tonight, he decides to check in with some of the restaurant owners he has helped in the past and find out if his advice has been put to good use.
Tune into FOX at 8/7c to see how the visits go. Learn where to find episodes online of Kitchen Nightmares @ Clicker.
Jump ahead to see what else you should be watching.
My pick tonight may seem kind of odd, but really, the only show I’m watching tonight is Working Class, on CMT. This comedy is very cute, and fairly family friendly. The show is about a woman named Carli (Melissa Peterman, from Reba), who is divorced with three kids. Her brother lives with them to help her out. She works at a supermarket and has a crush on her boss, who has a girlfriend. Carli’s neighbor also works at the supermarket, and he’s old and cranky, providing a lot of laughs to the show.
On tonight’s episode, Carli’s cranky ex-Marine neighbor kindly offers to organize young, intelligent Will’s birthday party when Carli and Nick get into an enormous argument that escalates to the point where they cannot plan the birthday celebration together.
Don’t miss it tonight on CMT at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of Working Class @ Clicker.
The good, the bad, the crazy, and the crazy ugly all collide in to one show: Fringe! The creepy, the obtuse, strange, the occult, you name it, Fringe has it! With a cast of characters as quirky as the episodes, how you’re not tuning in weekly, I really don’t know.
Tonight’s episode revolves around the Fringe team investigating what seems like an apparent suicide, but further investigation reveals a second set of fingertips, which leads the team to a woman who possesses uncanny characteristics and cannot die.
Catch the creeps tonight on FOX at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Fringe @ Clicker.