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Tonight is the big Scream Queens finale, and we’ll finally discover the identity of the Red Devil killer! Last week, it was Black Friday – Chanel’s second favorite holiday – and so at midnight, Chanel and her disciples headed to the mall, where they taunted the other shoppers with their exclusive access to the doorbusters. Meanwhile, Grace, Pete and Wes tried to report Gigi’s murder to the police, but everyone had been fired due to incompetence, and Denise was now in charge! Chanel and the others didn’t leave the mall in time and ended up getting locked in. As they came face to face with the Red Devil, Chanel’s minions took off, leaving her to get shot in the shoulder by a crossbow. Just as the killer was about to make the mortal blow, Denise burst in to save the day…sort of. While she was busy over-explaining everything in great detail, the Red Devil killed her deputy and got away.
Chanel was convinced that Dean Munsch is the killer. and she told the sisters the only way for them to survive was to kill the dean first. So the girls headed to the dean’s house with some macaroons and poisoned cider, but the pufferfish they put in the drink had no effect on the dean. The girls then moved on to other ill-fated plans to freeze and drown the dean, but neither went as planned either.
So who is the mysterious killer – is it even a she like we’ve been led to believe?! Who will live, and who else will fall victim to the Red Devil before the night is over? Will the Red Devil live to kill another day, or will she be caught and pay for her crimes? I can’t wait to see how it all plays out on tonight’s 2-hour finale!
On tonight’s episodes, “Dorkus; The Final Girl(s),” startling confessions lead to the unmasking of the Red Devil and the identity of the killer.
Find out if the killer is revealed tonight on FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Muppets, Fresh Off the Boat, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Flash, iZombie, Chrisley Knows Best, and Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter.
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I’m still really loving Chicago Med. Each week I find something new to love. Last week’s episode was an emotional one on several counts. First there was the violinist who was having problems with her hearing. It turned out that she had a tumor that had to be taken out or she would die…but it would most likely cause her to lose her hearing. Dr. Manning helped her realize that even though she wouldn’t be able to hear, it didn’t mean she and her body would forget the music. That helped bridge the rift between Dr. Manning and Dr. Halstead after he was such a jackass to her the week before. The other sad part of the episode was the soldier who was having trouble with balance and dizziness. He and his wife were on vacation in NY while he was home between deployments – numbers 7 and 8! Dr. Choi ran tests and it seemed like his blood sugar was wayyyy low. It turned out the wife had been giving him a hormone usually taken by women. If he was diagnosed with diabetes, he wouldn’t be able to be deployed again, and that’s what the wife wanted. In the end, she was being taken down to the police station to be questioned, and the husband went with her in support. We got to see more of Dr. Rhodes’s father and met his sister when her friend/employee was impaled by a falling glass chandelier. Boy, his dad’s quite a jerk, isn’t he?
I loved last week because I FINALLY got to see some chemistry between Dr. Manning & Dr. Halstead. Up to this point, I’ve felt like she had more with Dr. Rhodes, but I like her and Dr. Halstead together. As we saw last week, she’s still grieving for her husband, though, so I doubt we’ll see a romance with her anytime soon, and I’m okay with that.
On tonight’s episode, “Mistaken,” after shots ring out at a movie theater, the Chicago Med doctors work to treat the victims while hospital administrator Sharon Goodwin attempts to keep the press at bay. To treat a teenager with an eating disorder, Dr. Manning enlists the help of Dr. Charles, but his unorthodox methods rub Natalie and the teenage girl’s mother the wrong way. Meanwhile, Nurse April, Dr. Halstead, and Dr. Choi treat a racist patient whose strange form of bigotry surprises them all.
See how Dr. Charles rubs them the wrong way on tonight’s fall finale on NBC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped , MasterChef Canada, & Chicago Fire.
Chicago Fire has been intense with this current story arc about Boden being accused of assault on his neighbor and now being arrested for her disappearance. Last episode we watched as Boden came to the conclusion that maybe it was actually Maddox who was framing him so Boden’s creditability was ruined for being on the stand in his trial for arson. That’s a very likely scenario, and I wish they would just let Voight and his team in on this, because we all know it’d be solved in no time with them behind it. For now, though, Boden has been arrested and Patterson has moved into his position for the time being, which isn’t surprising, because that snake would sell out his own mother if it got him ahead. I’m not sure where all of this is going, but I really want to see Boden cleared and Patterson out of 51.
On tonight’s episode, “Short and Fat,” members of Firehouse 51 are less than thrilled when Captain Patterson steps in as replacement for Chief Boden while he deals with clearing his good name. When Severide learns of the potential whereabouts of Serena, Officer Atwater and Officer Ruzek (Chicago PD) head to Lake Carlyle to try and uncover additional clues on Boden’s case. Meanwhile, Herrmann and Otis give Freddie a job that keeps him close by, and Jimmy and Chili elicit more attention than either bargained for, causing some friction between them.
Find out if everyone can help clear Boden’s name on tonight’s fall finale on NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Chicago Med, The Voice, Chopped, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Scream Queens.