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I have really fallen in love with NCIS: NOLA. Having one of my favorite “worlds” (the NCIS world) set in unique and picturesque New Orleans has been great. Last episode was killer (no pun intended). I felt so bad for Francesca, the fiancee of the man who was killed. I was glad that I was wrong when I guessed that he might have been in on it. Instead, it was her (unknown to her) half brother who killed her fiance because she was going to be able to inherit some of their recently deceased father’s estate. I did guess correctly that the city-wide blackout was tied into the murder somehow. It was just too coincidental not to be. But poor Francesca… She now knows who her father was, but he’s dead, and now her fiance is dead too. At least she’ll get to know her father’s wife… (Not sure that’s a real positive or not. LOL) I did love how Loretta had to conduct the autopsy via candlelight! That was fun and a little creepy.
I’m excited about tonight’s episode because we’ll get to look back at the early relationship between Pride and Lasalle. I always love getting to see the backstory for characters, and as this one takes a look back just before Hurricane Katrina, it should be a really emotional one.
On tonight’s episode, “Billy and the Kid,” the murder of a Marine provides new clues in the first case Pride and Lasalle ever worked together, just before Hurricane Katrina struck the city and washed away any evidence. Also, the team celebrates Thanksgiving together in Pride’s bar.
See if the team can catch a murderer before they wit down for Thanksgiving dinner tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped , Grandfathered, NCIS, Chicago Med, MasterChef Canada, & Chicago Fire.
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I wasn’t really a fan of Scream Queens in the beginning, but the series has grown on me, turning into a really fun, campy horror/mystery. Last week, Denise was telling the Kappas a series of ridiculous ghost stories when the Red Devil showed up and the stories started to come true. However, Denise refused to let that stop her from finishing her tales. Meanwhile, Chanel #3 ran into a beardless Boone, but he managed to convince her he was just a ghostly spirit. Afterwards, Boone met up with the other Red Devil and Gigi – who was upset that Boone let himself be seen. Boone started yelling at Gigi but was quickly silenced by his Red Devil twin sister, who stabbed him in the chest. Back at the Kappa house, Chanel #6 admitted that her pregnancy was fake, and in her rage, Chanel pushed her down the stairs, killing her.
Is Boone really dead this time? Will there be any fallout from #6’s death, or will they find a way to blame it on the Red Devil? When will we finally learn the identity of this second Red Devil? Could she be one of the Kappas, or is it someone we haven’t even met yet? And who will be the Red Devil’s next victim?
On tonight’s episode, “Thanksgiving,, Chanel goes to Chad’s family home for Thanksgiving, where she meets his family, and an uninvited guest wreaks havoc. Meanwhile, Dean Munsch gathers the Kappa House survivors for a dinner, during which they throw around accusations about who is the actual killer, and meantime, another victim falls.
Find out who is next to die tonight on FOX at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grandfathered, The Grinder, Young & Hungry, and Chrisley Knows Best.
Chicago Med came bounding onto the scene last week with a stellar episode filled with intriguing characters and intense medical cases. I was obviously hooked within the first few minutes, watching as a train wreck happened with the new ER doctor on it. He managed to jump right in and help right from the first moment. I won’t complain about the scene where Connor had his shirt off and stitched himself up. That was a nice scene, to say the least. The tear-jerker case of the night was the one involving the surrogate who got injured and the parents didn’t want to allow her to have surgery because it was a risk to the baby, but in the end they did and the surrogate survived. I enjoy how many emotional moments we got in the season premiere, and it left me excited for the rest of the season. How about you? Did you watch?
On tonight’s episode, “iNO,” as Dr. Choi treats a bleeding teenage girl, he discovers she’s just given birth, sparking a frantic search for her abandoned baby. When the details of the teen’s troubled past emerge, Ethan finds himself at odds with pediatrician Dr. Manning and hospital administrator Sharon Goodwin as they’re forced to make some difficult decisions about the teen’s future. Dr. Halstead treats a hypochondriac with chest pains while struggling to navigate his overbearing wife. Meanwhile, med student Sarah Reese and psychiatrist Dr. Charles treat a patient suffering from dementia, only to discover she may not have dementia at all.
To see if they can find the young girl’s baby, tune in to NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching The Voice, Chicago Fire, Chopped, NCIS, NCIS: NOLA, and Scream Queens.