If We Controlled Your Remote… 9/8/14

I was out shopping yesterday, and not only was there Halloween stuff out…but there was Christmas stuff! Honestly, I am not ready to even begin thinking about that yet, so I wish retailers would hold off on their crazy push to get our money. To take my mind off the endless siphon of money that the holidays is bound to bring, let’s see what we’re recommending tonight.

Megan’s Choice

masterchef2014smallEvery week of MasterChef, it gets harder and harder to say goodbye to someone because everyone is so good. Last week was a rough episode, and I was surprised that Leslie’s team actually won, especially because of the arguing during the challenge. Watching the pressure test was hard because at first, I thought Jaime would win because she’s a pastry chef, but unfortunately, she cracked under pressure and her croquembouche was sloppy. Jaime going home was sad because she was so nice to most of the contestants and I think she had real talent, but it was great to hear Ramsay say she could work in one of his restaurants.

On tonight’s double episode, “Top 5 Compete/Top 4 Compete,” after the remaining home cooks are surprised with a few VIP guests in the kitchen, each home cook will create a dish inspired by one of their loved ones. The home cook with the best dish will be safe from elimination and move on in the competition, while the remaining home cooks must go with their guts as they prepare rare protein dishes and battle for a spot in the top four. Later, the judges announce a final team challenge that will determine who will advance to the top three.

To see which chefs manage to cook their way to the top three, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching Running Wild with Bear Grylls, American Ninja Warrior, Teen Wolf, and Eating America with Anthony Anderson.
 
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Kyle’s Choice

underthedome98smallOn last week’s episode of Under the Dome, Barbie and the rest of the gang from outside of the dome returned to Chester’s Mill, but Lyle had mysterious disappeared during the process. Those who made it back were reunited with the others, and Big Jim and Junior were shocked to see Pauline alive, and they learned the truth about what had happened to her. With the climate changing rapidly inside the dome and supplies running low, Julia suggested that they make a plan for everyone to escape from the dome using the secret path in the lockers. However, thinking he was helping everyone, Big Jim knocked the egg over the cliff, but this caused an earthquake. In the chaos, Phil escaped from his prison and dove off the cliff, hoping to leave the dome, but instead, he was impaled on a spike—the portal was gone and the cliff now had a bottom.

Is there any chance of escaping from the dome or communicating with the outside world now that the egg is gone and the portal has closed up? Did the egg make it through to the other side, and if so, what will Barbie’s father do with it?! How will those stuck under the dome in Chester’s Mill survive the rapidly dropping temperature?!

On tonight’s episode, “Black Ice,” Sam and Rebecca try to save the residents of Chester’s Mill when the temperatures plummet inside the dome. Meanwhile, Barbie risks his life to save Julia after an accident.

See if they can survive the cold and if Barbie saves Julia tonight on CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Running Wild with Bear Grylls, MasterChef, and Teen Wolf.

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