Another week has come to an end, and to celebrate, we should all grab a glass of…(well, whatever you like to toast with)…and toast the weekend. Weekends are full of long, school-less days, pancakes, and of course, it all kicks off tonight with some excellent television. Let’s check it out.
Blue Bloods is one of those crime shows that strives to be so much more and succeeds with flying colors. The money issues that Danny and his family are having are very realistic as to what’s going on in the world today—although, you won’t find as many hard-working officers like the Regan boys. They deserve to make more without moonlighting like Danny was.
On tonight’s episode, “Nightmares,” when a man is stabbed by an attacker dressed as the spirit of death, Danny investigates a voodoo community. Garrett tells Frank about a dark secret; Nicky and Erin take Jack and Sean trick-or-treating.
See how freaky it can get tonight on CBS at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Blue Bloods @ Clicker.
I’ll also be wathing/DVRing CSI: NY, Kitchen Nightmares, Grimm, and Malibu Country.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I am still loving this season of Nikita. Last week, I was worried when Alex got shot that it would be worse than it was. She’s fine, thank goodness. I loved the case, with the girl Nikita saw so much of herself in. But I am having serious worries about Ryan. Is he going to stay good? Or is the power going to his head? Each episode makes me think more and more that it is. I dunno. I hope not.
On tonight’s episode, “Consequences,” Amanda sends a rogue Division agent, Anne (guest star Sarah Allen) to spring Owen from a Russian prison, but Owen manages to escape her clutches and sends a message to Nikita that he’s free. When Nikita tracks him down, Owen is shocked to learn that Nikita is with Division now but returns to base with her. Michael and Ryan aren’t sure they can trust Owen, but Nikita stands by her friend.
See the return of the evil Amanda tonight on The CW at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Nikita @ Clicker.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Last Man Standing, Malibu Country, CSI: NY, Fringe, Grimm, Blue Bloods, Haven, & Hunted.
On last week’s Fringe, Peter and Olivia were packing up Etta’s home when her cell phone rang. They set up a meeting with Etta’s partner Anil and his contact Niemann, where they learned that the Observers created a wormhole and brought through some cubes. Anil also revealed that he had captured an Observer and had him tied up. Peter used increasingly harsh force and threats to try to get the Observer to reveal how the cubes worked, but he would not budge. So finally, he sliced open the Observer’s head, ripped out an implant, and inserted it into his own brain—hoping to gain his mental and physical enhancements.
So what will happen to Peter? Will he suddenly become a super-human, and if so, what kind of powers will he have? Will this implant mess with his personality as well? And what will the others do when they find out what he has done?
In tonight’s episode, “Through the Looking Glass and What Walter Found There,” a team member assumes a new role, while Walter searches for a vital object to help in the fight against the Observers.
See how Peter’s decision affects himself and the others tonight on FOX at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Fringe @ Clicker.
Tonight, I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm, Hunted, Haven, Kitchen Nightmares, and Undercover Boss.