Poor Kyle’s power went off again last night… Luckily, it didn’t last all night! JJ’s taking the night off, too, so Megan & I are here to give you our recommendations. 🙂
Tonight is the season finale of Ground Floor, on TBS. I’ve really enjoyed this new show. It’s a cute little comedy gem, and I don’t think enough people watch it. Even Harvard, who I didn’t like in the first couple of episodes, has grown on me. Last week, Brody tried to tell Jenny he loved her, but it seemed like everyone was working against her, telling her they loved her (platonically & as friends, of course—except for Harvard, who dfinitely didn’t mean it platonically. LOL). Meanwhile, Jenny had earned enough air miles to go to Paris, but Brody was shocked when she hadn’t even considered taking him. In the end, he finally cornered her in the little area with the dumpsters and then told her he loved her—and she reciprocated, telling him she loved him, too. Of course, then he learned that instead of Threepeat getting the job like he’d expected, Mansfield was promoting Brody and sending him to head up their new office in China…
So now Brody has to make the choice between a job that he knows he’d love and the woman he loves. I don’t see Jenny wanting to go with him—not that the show would take them to China… Not long-term, anyway. I’m interested to see how they handle Brody’s decision!
On tonight’s episode, “The Decision, Part Two,” Brody faces a difficult choice between the job he always wanted with Mansfield and the love he never expected with Jenny. So he tries to come up with a third option. Threepeat is forced to stay with Harvard after losing his apartment, but he soon discovers Harvard’s place in a converted funeral home isn’t technically zoned for the living.
Find out what decision Brody makes tonight on TBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Taste, Chopped Canada, The Michael J. Fox Show, & Panic Button.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
It’s no secret that I enjoy cooking shows, and The Taste is definitely holding my interest. I love the concept of having to present an entire dish in just one spoonful—that takes a great flavor profile. There have been some dishes that don’t look appetizing at all, but some of them looked like art on a spoon! So far, my favorite judge is Luca because he is not only super adorable, but I enjoy his fierce attitude. I’m really pulling for his team this season.
On tonight’s episode, “Guilty Pleasures,” the 14 remaining hopefuls put their personal spin on the mentors’ favorite guilty pleasures.
To see how the remaining hopefuls do, tune in to ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Community and American Idol.