It’s already Wednesday, which means we’re halfway through the week. On the one hand, it’s seemed to crawl by, but on the other, I’m constantly looking at the clock and asking myself where the time’s gone. I may be a little bit mentally touched in the head… LOL But that’s okay. It just means I’m a lot of fun to be around! 😉 Instead of listening to the voices in my head, just listen to what we think you should be watching tonight. (On a side note, everyone cross your fingers that JJ starts to feel better soon. We miss him! 🙂 )
Jenny’s Choice #1
I never thought I’d see the day that straight-laced Detective Lassiter fall in love with and want to marry a convicted felon. Granted, she’s not a murderer or anything, but still… Psych was hysterical last week, as Marlowe got out of prison. She was assigned to a parole officer, and while Lassie planned to use him “charm” and his position as a police detective, they figured out right away that his idea wouldn’t work…since her parole officer was a woman he slept with and never called. The hoops she had them jumping through was hysterical. The Shawn/Gus/Maximus story line was great, too. My favorite part was the porta-potty warehouse scene. Fantastic. 😀
On tonight’s episode, “Deez Nups,” the gang spends the weekend at a casino resort for Lassie & Marlowe’s wedding and crosses paths with a local crime boss whose presence jeopardizes the impending nuptials. Sage Brocklebank, Kurt Fuller, Kristy Swanson, Mike Starr, Cocoa Brown, & Pete Gardner guest star.
See if Lassie gets to actually walk down the aisle tonight on USA Network at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Psych @ TV.com.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Criminal Minds returned last week with an intense episode centered around the always sexy Derek Morgan (Shemar Moore). It was really moving to watch him confront his past. However, I found the ending a little too perfectly wrapped up and far fetched—all those people were really watching the news at the exact moment? Not likely. All that aside, I really loved the episode because I love anything has to do with Morgan. 🙂
On tonight’s episode, “Pay It Forward,” when a time capsule in a small Colorado town is opened 25 years later and contains a gruesome discovery, the BAU investigates that crime and a possible link to the death of a local police officer.
To see what’s in the time capsule, tune in to CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Criminal Minds @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching CSI and Duck Dynasty.
Last week, TV Land premiered a new “reality” show called Forever Young. The show has five adults over the age of 70 living in a house with five twentysomethings. This social experiment is designed to see if these two groups can bridge the generation gap. In the premiere, they had the juniors and seniors face off by answering trivia about each other’s generations (and it was astonishing how little the younger generation knew about basic US history). Then they paired up one person from each group, and they had to navigate through a series of tasks—with the senior using a GPS and computer, and the junior utilizing a map and typewriter.
Overall, I found the show surprisingly entertaining and fun. For the most part, the two groups got along quite well. Although, there was one young woman who was pretty disrespectful to the older woman she was paired up with, and one of the older gentlemen was a bit stubborn, saying that the youngsters had nothing to teach him. However, both of them seemed to be having a change of heart by the end of the episode. I’m looking forward to seeing more of how these two very different groups get along and what they can learn from one another.
On tonight’s episode, “Food Fight,” a food-truck challenge for the juniors and seniors reveals differences in the ways the generations handle money.
See if you become oddly addicted to this new show tonight on TV Land at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of Forever Young @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, CSI, The Middle, Suburgatory, Modern Family, Nashville, The Americans, Southland, Psych, and Spies of Warsaw.
Jenny’s Choice #2
Once again, I find myself anticipating each new episode of CSI. For a while, it wasn’t something I watched at all. But with the current cast, I absolutely love it. After not liking Laurence Fishburne’s character at all, Ted Danson is more than a welcome change as D.B. Russell. The only things I’d like to see are more of Greg (I’ve loved him since his first episode. 😉 ) and for Sara to be less of a Debbie downer. Last week’s episode was SO good. The underground home this man had built for himself and his daughter was amazing, and their story was just heartbreaking. Good or bad, you gotta love Neal McDonough. He’s amazing in everything I’ve ever seen him in.
On tonight’s episode, “Backfire,” when the CSIs investigate a triple homicide, Russell has to find a way to connect with a 6-year-old girl who was the sole survivor and witness. Amy Acker (Dollhouse, Angel) guest stars. (I love her!!)
See if Russell can learn anything from a poor little girl tonight on CBS at 10/9c. Learn where to find episodes online of CSI @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Criminal Minds, Modern Family, How to Live with Your Parents (the Rest of Your Life), & The Americans.