It’s the start of a new week, and I’m looking forward to it because there’s so much great TV on. Before we get to our recommendations for the night, I know some of the country is dealing with severe weather or the threat of it, so I hope everyone stays safe! Now, read on to find out what the boys & I think you should be watching tonight.
There are some immensely talented teams and individuals on this season of Halloween Wars. My favorite team—Dead Men Walking—is still in it, and I believe they are the team to beat. I can’t wait to see what they and the other team left in the competition bring to tonight’s finale. I’m sure everything they do will be jaw-dropping.
On tonight’s episode, “Zombie Wedding,” two teams made up of a pumpkin carving expert, cake artist, and candy craftsman must evoke the scene of a romantic yet horrific zombie wedding. At stake is the Halloween Wars championship and $50,000 grand prize.
See the amazing work and who wins tonight on Food Network at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Halloween Wars @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing America’s Funniest Home Videos, The Amazing Race, Cupcake Wars, & The Mentalist.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Whoa, season three of The Walking Dead has really amped up the zombie killing action! Last week, our gang met up with the small group of surviving prisoners, and there was immediate distrust between the groups. Rick agreed to help clear out a separate cell block for them in exchange for half their food. However, their leader Thomas had other plans and literally threw zombies at Rick. After Rick put a knife in Thomas’s head, he locked Thomas’s second-in-command in a prison yard full of walkers. The remaining two prisoners were left to fend for themselves in the newly cleared cell block C. Meanwhile, Hershel struggled to get over his fever while the rest of the gang tried to get his bleeding under control.
It was hilarious to see the prisoners go all prison riot on the walkers after Rick explained the “proper” fighting technique. Rick seems to be losing it—becoming more like Shane in his ruthlessness and lack of sympathy towards others. He pretty much murdered the prisoners and later brushed off Lori’s apology.
I hope we continue to get these action-packed tense episodes—last week, the whole time I was so nervous with all these people getting so close to Hershel, and I totally jumped when Lori was giving him mouth-to-mouth. Who is the mysterious person we saw watching the prison the woods? (I have my suspicions.) And what’s going on with Andrea and Michonne? We hardly saw them at all last week!
In tonight’s episode, “Walk With Me,” Andrea and Michonne meet a new band of survivors, but conflicts arise.
See all the drama tonight on AMC at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Walking @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching/recording The Amazing Race, The Good Wife, The Mentalist, Once Upon a Time, Revenge, 666 Park Avenue, Dexter, and Homeland.
So far, Revenge has been on a roll with the suspense of this season. There’s no trace of a sophomore slump in the storytelling. Victoria is more devious than ever, Conrad seems so much more evil, Aiden is a nice addition to the cast, and last week, Emliy found her mother in the hospital after Fauxmanda had “fallen” in Grayson manor. But she had also just unlocked the memory about her mother drowning her, so that can’t be good.
On tonight’s episode, “Forgiveness,” faces from the past are reemerging all around the Hamptons, and it brings different kinds of trouble for Emily and Victoria, while Jack’s sense of duty grows exponentially, and Padma makes a move that could have major consequences for Nolcorp.
See what happens on ABC at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Revenge @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching The Walking Dead and Once Upon a Time.