I love Tuesdays, because there’s so many great things on. And this week is no exception. Settle in and pick up your remote, and if you need help deciding what to watch, see what we think you should pick!
Jenny’s Choice #1
I’ll be honest… I haven’t seen last week’s NCIS: LA. Like the 2-part Castle episode, I put off watching part 1 of this show until part 2 airs tonight. I do know that Kensi Blye isn’t going anywhere, so I have faith that the writers will make the episodes great, as they always are. I’m hoping that through last week and this week, we find out more info on her father, and if Kensi and Deeks grow closer…well, that’s a damn good bonus. 😉
On tonight’s episode, “Blue, K., Part 2,” the NCIS: LA team continues to search for new evidence to prove Kensi Blye’s innocence after a private meeting involving her deceased father’s sniper unit turns deadly.
Check it out tonight on CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS: LA @ Clicker.
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There are few shows on television today that make me get chills from fright. The River is one of those. So far, I am enjoying where this series is going, and I think that it’s going to continue to keep us on the edge of our seats. Given how many predictable shows there are on TV these days, it’s refreshing to find a show that defies the normal route so deliciously.
On tonight’s episode, “Peaches,” the Magus crew are run aground by another vessel and soon learn that the seemingly welcoming crew members of a ship claiming to have come to their rescue have a very different agenda, causing a dire, life-and-death situation. The crew also makes a shocking discovery that will leave one of them in tears.
To see what trouble is lurking on The Rive, tune in to ABC at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of The River @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching NCIS, NCIS: LA, Body of Proof, American Idol, Last Man Standing, and Unforgettable.
Tonight is the season finale of Parenthood. Last week, Jasmine and Crosby reconciled and decided to get married. Meanwhile, as Julia and her family showed up at the hospital to get their new baby, they learned that Zoe had decided to keep it. Also, Sarah decided to move to New York with Mark, and Adam received an obscene counter-offer to purchase the Luncheonette after Crosby refused to sell for $1 million.
I have a fear that tonight’s shortened season finale may end up being a series finale. If that is the case, it is looking good that at least a lot of the storylines will get some closure tonight. This large cast works so well together that over the past 3 years, they have really felt like an actual family. I hope that tonight is not the last we see of the Bravermans.
In tonight’s episode, “My Brother’s Wedding,” the family gather to celebrate a big event, Julia and Joel try to recover from the stress of the adoption process, Crosby and Adam make a decision about the Luncheonette, and Sarah comes to a conclusion about her future.
Watch it all tonight on NBC at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Parenthood @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching: Cougar Town, The River, Body of Proof, Southland, Switched at Birth, Jane By Design, and White Collar.
Jenny’s Choice #2
I love NCIS. Last week, with Jamie Lee Curtis, was fantastic. I haven’t heard that she will or won’t be back, but I think it would be great if she did come back. She and Gibbs had a great chemistry. And she’s not a redhead, but maybe that’s a good thing. I have to admit that I’m a bit of a Gibbs/Abby shipper, but I know that’s never going to happen, so really, I would love to see him in a relationship and be happy. He’s had enough heartache, hasn’t he? The funniest part about last week, though, was Tony’s reaction to seeing McGee’s paycheck. Sure, he got that fixed so McGee isn’t getting paid too much, but he also screwed himself when they figured out his withholdings had been wrong all this time. *laugh* Tony’s face was priceless.
On tonight’s episode, “Need to Know,” top-secret clearance from a Naval research laboratory is jeopardized when the murder of a Chief Petty Officer is connected to an international arms dealer. Meanwhile, Probationary Agent Ned Dorneget tries to butter up Gibbs in hopes of joining the team. Matt Johnson (Breaking Bad) guest stars.
Don’t miss it tonight on CBS at 8/7c. Learn where to find episodes online of NCIS @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’m also going to watch American Idol, Last Man Standing, Cougar Town, 19 Kids & Counting, Body of Proof, Justified, Top Shot, & Unforgettable.
Lydia learned that her pregnancy is not going to be easy, especially out on the streets, on the last Southland. She was tasked with being a supervisor for the day, but the strenuous toll it took on her body proved to be too much. Sammy tried to make amends, but he got a little more than he bargained for when a young man was murdered after testifying against a suspect. Cooper and Tang babysat a documentary crew and gave them quite a show!
On tonight’s episode, “Fallout,” Tang is served legal papers in the morning and is then involved in a shooting in the evening. Sammy holds a grudge against Ben for not backing him up over drug evidence that may have been planted during one of their previous arrests. Meanwhile, Lydia has to make a decision finally about her pregnancy.
Be a part of the long arm of the law at 10/9c on TNT. Learn where to find episodes online of Southland @ Clicker.
Tonight, I am also watching American Idol and Dance Moms!