Ugh. Finally, maybe, on the mend. Still hacking up a lung, but don’t feel nearly as bad. While I curl up on the couch tonight, check out what I’ll be watching, as well as what Kyle is recommending.
There’s so much on tonight that I literally had trouble scheduling it all on my DVR, but one thing I won’t miss for anything is the mid-season finale for Rizzoli & Isles. Last week, there was a heat wave going on in Boston, and I know a lot of us have been there…where you’re so hot, you feel like you could murder someone. Well, there was a victim, although he wasn’t killed over the heat. His body was stuck in a bathtub with ice, although in that heat, the ice didn’t last long. It did make for a harder job for Maura as she tried to determine the time of death. The funniest part of the episode, though, was Angela and her spicy “health” drink, which had an intended consequence… It turned the drinker horny. *laugh* Maura only figured it out after the little dog Korsak was watching drank it and started humping legs. LOL
On tonight’s summer finale, “Burden of Proof,” a notable county prosecutor (guest star Jamie Bamber) is arrested for murder, and as the case against him grows increasingly strong, Jane begins to doubt he did it. Angela nominates herself to educate Maura on the interests of kids today when she hears Maura is going to meet Jack’s 12-year-old daughter.
See how the meet-and-greet goes for Maura and if Jane is being fooled tonight on TNT at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Food Fighters, 19 Kids & Counting, America’s Got Talent, Royal Pains, Chopped, Little People Big World, Sullivan & Son, & Wizard Wars.
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Tonight, ABC takes a look behind the scenes of the blockbuster film Frozen in the all-new special The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic. The special will look at the evolution of the film and include interviews with stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad. Viewers will also get a sneak peek at Disney’s upcoming animated film Big Hero 6.
I have only seen Frozen the one time in the theater, but my nieces (like most other kids) have seen it more times than I can count, and I’m sure their TV set (and their eyes) will be frozen on ABC tonight! I always enjoy these kind of making-of specials and getting a glimpse into how of a movie have evolved from its initial inception, so I’m also looking forward to tonight’s special.
See behind the scenes of Frozen tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Royal Pains, Face Off, Wizard Wars, Houdini, and Finding Carter.