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Oh my gravy! Last week on Rosewood, the only important thing that happened (okay, not THE ONLY one, but still…) was that at the end, Rosie learned that Tawnya had played him. After getting close to him (close enough he was thinking of living together, maybe marriage in the not-too-distant future), she stole all his money (like…ALL his money, from his safe at home AND from his bank account!) and then she and her daughter left! Ack! What a beyotch! I didn’t like her, but that was mainly because she was coming between Rosewood & Villa. Now? Oh damn. I have to wonder where that story line will go. Will he work to find her? I gotta imagine he will – or at least Villa will!
As for the case itself… It was kind of a heartbreaking one. The precinct – specifically Homicide, where Villa, Rosewood, and Slade were at the time – got taken hostage, and while it was exciting, especially since there were school kids inside, the reason the guy did it was…sort of understandable and very sad. His brother, who we figured out quickly had some mental disorder (I think it was more than just autism or Asperger’s.), had been arrested and was in jail, but the hostage taker truly believed his brother was sick, since he wasn’t normally violent. Fortunately, Rosie pushed and finally was able to meet with the brother, and he did indeed have something medically wrong, which was causing the violent temper. The hostage taker and his girlfriend/accomplice and the other accomplice (who was just in it because the guy said he could get him into the evidence room) still had to go to jail, but at least his brother was going to get the help he needed.
On tonight’s episode, “Mummies & Meltdowns,” the team is thrown for a loop when the mummified body of a notorious music producer is found on a yacht. Meanwhile, Rosewood is forced to deal with a shocking revelation about Tawnya.
To see how Rosewood deals with the shock of his stolen money, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Grimm, Last Man Standing, MacGyver, Hawaii Five-0, & Blue Bloods.
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Last week, we got a double-dose of new episodes of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Paula learned that her husband slept with another woman and kicked him out, so Rebecca offered to babysit her son Tommy as a way to prove to Paula that she wasn’t always selfish. However, Rebecca’s lack of experience with kids was immediately evident. At the same time, Josh’s girlfriend dumped him after seeing his attempt to model clothes – and Josh finally realized that Rebecca was the person who truly loved and cared for him. As Rebecca and Josh were busy exploring their new love, Darryl sold the law firm to new boss Nathaniel (Scott Michael Foster, Greek, Chasing Life), who threatened layoffs unless Rebecca and the others could drum up $250K in new business. This, of course, set everyone into full panic mode. Meanwhile, Nathaniel started to get into Rebecca’s head – making her doubt her relationship with Josh and question his intelligence – which caused her to mess up an important dinner with Josh’s parents.
It’s so frustrating to see Rebecca and Josh finally get together, only to have this possible other love interest foul that up. Not only is Nathaniel causing Rebecca to doubt Josh and treat him poorly, but she also seems to be falling for him a bit. At the end of last week’s episode, she wanted Josh to role play the same antagonistic relationship she has with Nathaniel. Is this a sign of trouble to come? This second season has been so much fun, and I’m thrilled that the show was just recently renewed for a third season! It was hilarious seeing Rebecca being an awful mother to Paula’s son. And speaking of bad parents, I’m looking forward to the return of Rebecca’s mother in tonight’s episode.
On tonight’s episode, “Will Scarsdale Like Josh’s Shayna Punim?” when Rebecca attends a family bar mitzvah and sees her rabbi, she realizes she still has far to go on her search for happiness. Patti LuPone guest stars.
Check out all the wacky fun tonight on The CW at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording A Series of Unfortunate Events, Grimm, Emerald City, Sleepy Hollow, and Ginormous Food.