This will be short and sweet because neither Megan nor I are feeling well. So I’m writing up the top because I didn’t know I wasn’t going to do my part of it until just now, but I just don’t have the energy. You know what we’ll both be watching, though. 😉 So check out what Kyle & JJ recommend. – Jenny
Tonight, another explosive season of Strike Back comes to an end. Last week, Section 20 tried to set up a roadblock to stop the truck containing the nuclear bomb. However, the driver rammed right through, partially detonating the bomb in the process, forcing evacuation of the village. After Scott and Stonebrige were confirmed as being radiation-free, they got back to work, heading to Johannesburg. Scott, Stonebridge, and the local police organized a meeting between a dirty lawyer and Knox, but at the last minute Scott realized it was a trap and just managed to escape as the building exploded. Meanwhile, Stonebridge chased down the man who shot his wife, but the police showed up before he could get his revenge. At the end of the episode, Knox said that change was only going to happen in Africa if he let the bombs go off.
So tonight should be another exciting season finale! Will Scott and Stonebridge be able to stop Knox before he sets off the nuclear bombs? I think we can all agree the answer is Yes, but I’m excited to see how they do it! I’m happy Cinemax has already renewed the series for a third season, as it should ease the upcoming adrenaline withdrawal!
In tonight’s season finale, Scott asks for Bryant’s help in stopping Knox; a vengeful Stonebridge has trouble focusing on the mission at hand; and Section 20 gets much-needed assistance from South African police to track down Knox and his nuclear arsenal.
Note: There will be a marathon of the entire second season on the MoreMax channel starting at 2:30pm ET, leading up to tonight’s season finale on Cinemax.
Don’t miss what is sure to be a fantastic season finale on Cinemax at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Strike Back @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching/recording Fringe, Haven, Grimm, and Primetime: What Would You Do?.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I’m so sad that Fringe is ending, but I’m glad they got 13 episodes to wrap up the show. So far, the storytelling is very interesting. Setting the story in the future works very well, and it’s nice to see the characters (once again) in a very different setting. I do have to admit that the “you have to find all the pieces”-tape felt a little contrived, but let’s see how they continue to work with that.
On tonight’s episode, “The Recordist,” the Fringe team is led into a forest due to some unforeseen events, and they encounter a strange subculture of people devoted to recording human history.
See the final journey continue on Fox at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Fringe @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching America’s Next Top Model and Haven.