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Things are FINALLY coming to a head in the mole investigation on NCIS: LA. But first… On last week’s “Kulinda,” Sam was sent undercover at a private security firm after it was suspected that they had links to a gang and, even worse, a terrorist group. Thankfully, the guys all turned out to be good guys, and it was one of the younger kids in the neighborhood – who did have ties to the gang but had gotten out – and he was forced into doing what the bad guys wanted. And Sam was able to talk to head (boss) of the security firm out of killing the really bad guy when he tracked him down. AND we learned that Callen and Anna were taking their relationship very slow because she’d asked for some time to get accustomed to her job and being here full-time in the US. But she apparently decided she’d had enough of slow, because she brought him over a carb-filled breakfast and they definitely started moving in the right direction! And poor Kensi is so ready to get back to work, but Nate, who was back at the end of last week’s episode, said he would be the one to sign off on her getting back to work, and in his opinion, she wasn’t ready. Gah. Really frustrating! I mean, yeah, I think she’s covering up how she’s really feeling (not physically, but emotionally and mentally), and she needs to work through that, but…damn. At least let her back in the office to help from Ops or something!
Now we come to this week… The mole investigation has been going on way too long in my opinion, but tonight starts a three-episode arc to end that story line finally. It will get worse before it gets better, according to actors and the powers-that-be from the show, and when we do finally learn who the mole is (or who the MOLES ARE?), we’ll be shocked and won’t have seen it coming. I’m scared, people. Really scared! Eek!
On tonight’s episode, “Hot Water,” the mole has once again compromised the NCIS team as planted evidence results in the arrests of Callen, Sam, Granger, and Deeks, on the day Under Secretary Duggan (Jackson Hurst) returns for Hetty’s resignation.
Find out what gets members of the team arrested tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Guy’s Grocery Games, The Librarians, To Tell the Truth, & Worst Cooks in America.
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I’ve been a longtime fan of The Simpsons, since before they even had their own series. However, even in the show’s 28th season, the series is still managing to achieve some firsts. Tonight, the show airs its first ever 1-hour episode, inspired by the story and characters of The Great Gatsby. Over the years the show has proved it can still be clever and creative, and I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of modern twist they put on the source material in tonight’s special hour-long episode, which features guest-stars Common and RZA.
On tonight’s episode, “The Great Phatsby,” while trying to relive his glory days, Mr. Burns runs into a mysterious music mogul, who cons him and leaves him bankrupt. To exact revenge, Mr. Burns enlists Homer, Bart, rapper Jazzy James, and the mogul’s ex-wife, Praline. Also, Lisa is wooed by the richest kid in town; Smithers undertakes a dangerous trek; and Marge opens an obscure boutique store. Keegan-Michael Key & Taraji P. Henson also guest voice.
To see if Mr. Burns gets revenge, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Victoria, To Tell the Truth, Madam Secretary, The Mick, Family Guy, Sherlock, Worst Cooks in America, The Librarians, and Homeland.