Have you ever been at a loss as to what to watch? Too many shows to pick from? We’re here to give you our opinions on what we feel is worth watching. Check it out and then let us know in the comments below what you’re choosing for tonight!
One show I always look forward to on Tuesdays is ABC’s fun family comedy Fresh Off the Boat. Last week was the annual Halloween episode, and Louis was determined to revitalize Halloween in his neighborhood by repairing its reputation as a dead street and turn it into a prime destination for trick-or-treaters. While Louis dressed up as Mr. T, there was no convincing Jessica to wear the bow-hawk Louis got her to be his Mrs. T – she was too busy trying to protect her flip property from a group of teenage holiday pranksters. Meanwhile, Eddie and his friends plotted their candy and costume strategy. One of the guys wanted the gang to dress as members of the Traveling Wilburys, but Eddie nixed that plan and went as Humpty Hump. The rest of the family also dressed up – Emery and Evan as Hannibal Lector and a silent lamb, and Grandma Huang in a full Garfield costume.
This show is always so much fun with its witty writing, great 90s pop-culture references, and good old family fun. No matter what craziness happens throughout the episode, the Huang family always seems to come together in the end for some heartfelt moment. I always find myself laughing out loud during this show, and I can’t wait to see what the Huangs are up to next! A couple weeks ago, ABC announced that it had picked up Fresh Off the Boat for a full 22-episode season, so we’ve got plenty more fun Huang family adventures to come!
On tonight’s episode, “Good Morning Orlando,” Louis appears on a local morning show to promote Cattleman’s Ranch. In other events, Eddie and his pals try to sort out who their girlfriends are during a group date at the skating rink.
See how Louis’s appearance on TV goes tonight on ABC at 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Limitless, The Muppets, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, The Flash, and iZombie.
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Chicago Fire is one of those shows that, once you start watching, you can’t look away because there are just so many things happening. I’m really concerned as to what’s going to happen with Casey and Dawson if something happens with this arson case, because it’s obviously being covered up. Last week, we saw as Dawson dug deeper and deeper into the arson fires, only to discover that there had been multiple houses like this one that had burned up in up-and-coming areas, but they were all bought by a real estate developer Maddox. Unfortunately, the powers that be don’t want this man being prosecuted for the crimes, even after the chief goes over everyone’s head and reports him by himself on the evidence Dawson found. Speaking of the chief… Firehouse 51 has been cleared of the ongoing charges about not responding to the fire on 24th Street, thanks to a woman coming forward with a video off her son’s phone. She only came forward after the firemen helped to save her husband’s life when he was crushed by a moving container. I was really happy that she came forward. After the chief came under fire about reporting Maddox, he asked Dawson for the proof she had on the fires, and she brought him to her office, where all her files were supposed to be, but unfortunately all her files were deleted, and the hard copies were missing too. Looks like someone is covering for Maddox. The shock and stress of this realization caused Dawson to start having cramps. We were left at the end of the episode watching and wondering what would happen to Dawson and the baby. What an episode!
On tonight’s episode, “Your Day Is Coming,” one of 51’s own needs the support of the entire house to recover from a near disaster. Meanwhile, Herrmann has to figure out a way to reopen Molly’s after it gets shut down, and Severide digs deeper into the arson investigation, while struggling to cope with one of his toughest days yet.
Check out why Molly’s gets closed and how Severide deals with the arson tonight on NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, NCIS: NOLA, Wicked City, Limitless, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,, and Scream Queens.