Happy Halloween, everyone! While most shows have already aired their Halloween-themed episodes, there’s still some holiday fare on TV tonight. The Millers and Grey’s Anatomy are both airing their Halloween episodes, plus there’s an SNL Halloween special and It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown for the umpteenth time (good grief!). But if you’re sick of Halloween, we’ve got some other suggestions to help you boys and ghouls choose what to watch after a long evening of begging your neighbors for candy—or while chowing down on your own stash of sugary leftovers.
Last week on White Collar, Neal met his new handler, FBI Agent David Siegel (Warren Kole). At first, Neal was excited, as it seemed like the two would get along easily. However, he quickly discovered that Mozzie (under his real name of Teddy Winters) was the target of their first case. So Neal had to constantly play both sides of the investigation to keep Peter and David from catching Mozzie. Meanwhile, Diana went into labor, with Mozzie presumably having to help deliver the baby.
I’m interested to see how the relationship between Peter and Neal evolves with David now in charge of Neal. Is David really the pushover he seems to be, or is he just playing that role to give Neal a false sense of power? I’m looking forward to seeing how these two work together on other cases.
On tonight’s episode, “One Last Stakeout,” Peter adjusts to his new position at the FBI; Neal plans a complicated museum heist.
See how the dynamic is between the men tonight on USA Network at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Millers, The Crazy Ones, Elementary, Grey’s Anatomy, Sean Saves the World, The Michael J. Fox Show, Parenthood, and Covert Affairs.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar have really been fantastic so far this season on The Crazy Ones. I think one of my favorite episodes so far was where Simon and Sydney look back at when he taught her to drive—well, actually, it’s when he handed her the vehicle on the freeway in the middle of a motorcycle parade, when she didn’t know how to drive. What it added up to was hilarity. There has been an excellent balance of humor, drama, and family growth on this show so far, and I’m really looking forward to seeing more.
On tonight’s episode, “Hugging the Now,” Simon and Sydney’s high-school crush are both nominated for the same prestigious award.
To see how Sydney chooses between her crush and her dad, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Grey’s Anatomy, Elementary, Scandal, Reign, The Millers, and The Vampire Diaries.