Ahh, it’s finally Wednesday! My kid’s been gone on a family trip to Disney World in Florida since early Friday morning. I’ll be so glad to have him home today! But enough about me… Check out what we’re recommending for tonight.
I’m doing a dual pick tonight, with the season premieres of Hot in Cleveland & The Exes. Last season, the women in Cleveland celebrated their collective birthdays, and per tradition, they set one another up on blind dates. Melanie’s date ended up together with his sex therapist, who he’d started seeing in order to be ready to date Melanie, but along the way, they fell for each other. Victoria’s date (Luke Perry) was growing body parts (noses and…who knows what else) for other people on his body. And Joy was proposed to…by Simon, Mitch, & Bob. But the season ended when she was accidently knocked unconscious and then spirited away to the hospital, before she could announce her decision. And while waiting for her, Elka was shocked when Max walked by! Meanwhile, on the season finale of The Exes, Phil and Nicki were about to sleep together but changed their minds, and Haskell, thinking he had to interrupt and tell Phil about his feelings for her, barged in, told Phil he was in love with Nicki, and was shocked when she walked in after overhearing him.
On tonight’s Hot in Cleveland premiere, “Comfort and Joy,” Joy decides whether to marry Mitch, Simon, or Bob. Victoria’s new CGI movie proves challenging in ways she didn’t expect. Elka tries to bring film jobs to Cleveland.
Then on the premiere of The Exes, “The Devil Wears Hanes,” Holly makes an attempt at playing Cupid following Haskell’s declaration of love for Nicki; meanwhile, Stuart comes up with a plan to secretly arrange for Phil to get together with his crush from when he was in high school.
Check out the laughs tonight on TV Land at 10/9c & 10:30/9:30c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Hell’s Kitchen, The Mysteries of Laura, Criminal Minds, Cutthroat Kitchen, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago PD, Kitchen Inferno, Stalker, & Top Chef.
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Hell’s Kitchen is finally back with a new episode tonight after a few weeks’ hiatus because of the World Series—I hate when sports ruin my TV schedule, but that’s my own issue, and now it’s a moot point because we’re back! I have been missing the drama this show brings as well as being super curious how everything’s going to play out because this season’s group of chefs is probably one of the most messed up we’ve seen. What is with all the crazies? Did they send out a memo? Anyway, it’s been a few weeks, but on the last episode we saw, there were disasters in both kitchens, but at the end of the eliminations, it was Ashley who got sent home. That was a decision I agreed with because that girl always seemed to be somewhere completely different than the rest of her team. I also have to add that I don’t find Sterling nearly as annoying as everyone else does. In fact, I find his upbeat craziness to be a nice break from the bitchy, backstabbing attitudes of everyone else. Who do you dislike or like the most?
On tonight’s episode, “11 Chefs Compete,” both teams get new members before being challenged to prepare a tasting menu for an American Kennel Club competition. The winners visit SeaWorld in San Diego, while the losers groom the dogs ahead of the show. Later, the chefs prepare dishes for guests at the dog show.
To see who is top dog tonight, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Criminal Minds, The Mysteries of Laura, Red Band Society, Cutthroat Kitchen, Law & Order: SVU, Chicago PD, Kitchen Inferno, and Stalker.
The 100 has really shaken things up this season—the group is even more spread apart than ever. Last week, the Chancellor made his way to Earth using a missile on the spaceship, landing on a beach away from the rest of the group. At Camp Jaha, Raven had a bullet removed from her spine, but it didn’t seem like the surgery was a complete success, and Abby discovered that Kane wasn’t really sending patrols to look for the others, so she and Miller’s father smuggled some guns to Sterling, Monroe, and Bellamy, who were sneaking away with a tied-up Murphy to look for the Grounder camp and rescue the others. Meanwhile, Octavia had a run-in with Lincoln’s tribe after she threatened the life of their healer in return for his safety. And back at Mount Weather, Clarke discovered their dark secret—they had Grounders caged and hanged up and were using their blood to heal their wounded.
Will this discovery finally help Clarke convince the others to join her in her escape? Are the folks at Mount Hood hoping to overcome their inability to live above ground by swapping their blood with that of the Grounders? And if that doesn’t work, are the “48” the next to be drained and experimented with? How will Kane react to Abby’s betrayal and to the Chancellor’s arrival (and the loss of his newly-gained authority)? I’m looking forward to seeing what happens next!
On tonight’s episode, “Reapercussions,” Clarke gains an unlikely ally. Later, Abby confesses to committing a crime.
Find out who Clarke’s ally is tonight on The CW at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, Stalker, The Mysteries of Laura, Red Band Society, Arrow, American Horror Story: Freak Show, Top Chef, and The Game.