If We Controlled Your Remote… 11/10/16

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!

Kyle’s Choice

superstore1110smallLast week on Superstore, it was election day, and Cloud 9 served as a polling station. Dina and Glenn accidentally destroyed a bunch of the ballots and then bickered a lot while trying to figure out a way to cover it up. Meanwhile, Amy and Jonah were having fun creating an alternative election pamphlet, but this came to an abrupt end when Jonah’s new girlfriend Namoi showed up – Amy seemed a bit jealous when she learned Jonah had a girlfriend. And Mateo realized he was an illegal alien and desperately tried to get a hold of an “I Voted” sticker in order to stop people from questioning him as to why he hadn’t voted yet.

Tonight we get a double dose of episodes for the fall finale. This show is a lot of fun, and I can’t wait to see how Cloud 9 deals with Black Friday! While I really like Amy and Jonah together, it seems odd that the writers are still pursuing this will-they-wont-they storyline. They sort of wrote themselves into a corner by making her married with a child – who wants to root for a homewrecker in a comedy?!

On tonight’s first episode, “Seasonal Help,” unruly seasonal employees are hired to help over the holidays. Among them is Amy’s husband, a development that exposes her in unexpected ways. Also, the temps frustrate Jonah and Garrett, and Glenn seeks the perfect person to play the store’s Santa.

Then, in “Black Friday,” the staffers all fall ill with food poisoning on the busiest shopping day of the year, yet a frantic Amy suspects her nausea is morning sickness. Also: Glenn’s demeanor changes following a pharmacy trip; and Mateo and Cheyenne embark on a side business.

Catch the double episodes tonight on NBC at 8/7c & 8:30/7:30c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Grey’s Anatomy, The Big Bang Theory, The Great Indoors, Life in Pieces, The Blacklist, Pitch, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and 60 Days In.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.

Jenny’s Choice

tbbt1110smallLast week on The Big Bang Theory, we learned Amy *gasp* LIED *gasp* to Sheldon about her apartment still being worked on in order to continue living with him. Who does that?? Only Amy… LOL Sheldon kept making the suggestion that they go check on the apartment or that he could call the landlord, but Amy kept putting him off, until Bernadette finally spilled the beans to the others about what Amy was doing. Oddly enough, when Sheldon found out, he wasn’t nearly as upset as I’d assumed he would be. In fact, by the end of the episode, he’d decided that as much as he wanted his old room, he liked living with Amy and would continue to do so – although in Penny’s old apartment for now, since he doesn’t like Amy’s! The other big story line was that Leonard was finally clued in to the fact that Penny has been secretly taking his collectibles and moving them into storage. I had to laugh because it would have been funny to see just how much she could have moved before he realized it himself!

On tonight’s episode, “The Brain Bowl Incubation,” after a successful experiment combining their genes, Sheldon will stop at nothing to convince Amy they should procreate. Also, Koothrappali is embarrassed to tell the gang what the new woman he’s dating does for a living.

See how Amy responds to that (ridiculous) thought tonight on CBS at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching/DVRing Rosewood, The Great Indoors, Chicago Med, Chopped, & Beat Bobby Flay.

Megan’s Choice

greysanatomy1110smallGrey’s Anatomy is killing me with this Alex story line, and I need it to end soon. Last week we watched Alex prove once again that he is an incredible doctor when he figured out a pregnant woman had cancer based on a rash he noticed on her hand. I really hope we see something good come of this shortly and hopefully everything starts working out for the whole staff. Amelia is having a rough time with the idea of starting a family, and it’s ruining her relationship with Owen. I’m hoping that we will see at least one happy couple by the end of this season.

On tonight’s episode, “The Room Where It Happens,” a difficult surgery brings back pivotal memories for Meredith, Richard, Owen, and Stephanie, as they work together to save a life.

Find out what memory lane they take a trip down on ABC at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching Superstore, Chicago Med, and The Big Bang Theory.

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