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Last week’s Hawaii Five-0 was a crazy emotional one. Dr. Madison Gray walked into HPD, her hands stained with blood, proclaiming she needed help. She swore her name was…well, something other than Madison Gray, that she was a tourist visiting from Wisconsin. Of course, no one (but the shrink who spent a few minutes with her and then said he thought she had multiple personalities) believed her, but things got tense when the blood tentatively came back as former FBI profiler Alicia Brown’s. Thankfully, she was alive when the team went to her house, and she confronted Gray, who finally let her persona slip only for Alicia to see. So Alicia went back to talk to her at four in the morning and nearly sliced her throat, but Gray convinced her she knew something Alicia would want to know and if she broke her out of there, she’d tell her. I assumed it was the name/location of her daughter’s killer. That’s what Steve and the team thought too, when they went to visit the prisoner who Alicia believed orchestrated her daughter’s murder – but he wouldn’t give them any information, choosing to kill himself instead. Gray drove Alicia out to a house in the middle of nowhere, and in it…she found her daughter, alive! The kidnapper nearly got to them, but they fended him off until Steve and the team arrived and killed him. Of course, by then, Gray had left…only to turn up inside Alicia’s house a few nights later with a gun. She gave it to Alicia and said things weren’t over, that she was going to make Alicia a killer, and that her daughter would only be safe if she pulled the trigger. Alicia told 911 she wanted to report a murder. The screen went black, and then we heard a gunshot.
So did Alicia really kill her? Honestly, I don’t know. I would like to think not, because Alicia just got her daughter back and a chance to really move on. But I don’t have a clue. Hopefully we’ll find out for sure tonight! (Unlike when Grover beat the crap out of his former partner in his former hometown and called the police to turn himself and the other guy in, and we never heard anything after that about any repercussions!)
On tonight’s episode, “E malama pono (Handle with Care),” McGarrett and Danny finally track down the missing uranium, which has been used to build a bomb located in the middle of the jungle. Now, they must carefully extract the unstable explosive through treacherous terrain before it detonates. Singer Darius Rucker guest stars as Desmond Abati, the bomb maker. Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith guest composed multiple cues for this episode.
See if the team can extract the bomb safely tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Grimm, Last Man Standing, MacGyver, & Rosewood.
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Sleepy Hollow is really starting to make this new cast seem more like a family, and it’s helping us all adjust to not having our old favorites. Crane is starting to connect with Molly, who is starting to understand her calling as a witness, and I love seeing them getting to be friends. Molly and Crane need each other if they are going to be able to defeat all this evil that is popping up in D.C.
On tonight’s episode, “Sick Burn,” when internet sensation Logan Macdonald comes to town, a supernatural infection hits, via a viral video. Meanwhile, Molly has a frightening vision that could predict a bleak future. Can the team cure the curse before it takes over town?
To see if this new team can continue to work together to save the world, tune in to FOX at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Rosewood, MacGyver, and Hawaii Five-0.