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!
Before I write up my pick for tonight, which is NCIS: LA, I want to take a moment to mention the death of Miguel Ferrer, who played Assistant Director Owen Granger. He passed away last week, I believe due to cancer. He will certainly be missed, both the man and the character. Besides this show, he has starred and guest starred on many shows and movies. I’ll always remember him fondly for both this and Crossing Jordan, where he played Dr. Garrett Macy.
Gah! NCIS: LA is killing me with the break between the episodes of this mole arc! On the previous episode two weeks ago, it seemed like the mole stepped up his or her game and sicced all available alphabet agencies on the members of the NCIS team. A dead body and drugs were found in Sam’s car by DEA. ATF found explosives in Callen’s house. Deeks was once again being held by his own LAPD and Internal Affairs. And Granger was found hovering over Heather Wilson’s severely beaten body and was arrested. Since Hetty was dealing with Under Secretary of Defense Duggan, that left Kensi on her own, and she’s not even back to work yet! Of course, everyone protested their innocence, claiming the mole was setting them all up. Some of them seemed to be making some headway, but then things really went sour. Just as Hetty had convinced Duggan that helping her find and take down the mole would be better for his career than taking her down, especially since she was innocent, he was shot and killed by an unknown sniper when he went out to stall the FBI SWAT team so Hetty and Kensi (who’d kidnapped Heather Wilson from the hospital in order to get info from her) could escape. Fortunately, before they left via the hatch in the floor, Heather mentioned the CIA. Another horrible thing for the team? Granger was stabbed in jail!
So what does all this mean for the team?? Will Granger survive? If he does, I’m not sure how it’ll work, given his portrayer’s death. I can’t wait to find out, but be prepared… After tonight’s episode, the next (and final episode in the three-ep mole arc) won’t air until February 19th!
On tonight’s episode, “Under Siege,” Hetty goes rogue, leaving the NCIS team completely in the dark, and the mole kidnaps one of the agents.
Find out who gets kidnapped tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Guy’s Grocery Games, To Tell the Truth, & Worst Cooks in America.