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Kevin (Probably) Saves the World continues to be a fun, entertaining series. Two weeks ago, Kevin finally found the first righteous soul. However, while this was going on, Yvette had made herself visible to Tyler, and the two shared a romantic evening of dinner and dancing. Ever since, Tyler had been desperately trying to reconnect with her. Last week, fate led Kevin to help a lonely single guy get back into dating. However, he had chosen Kristin as his first date, and he wanted Kevin to join him on a double-date. So Kevin brought his sister Amy along, and things got a bit awkward. In the process, Kevin and Kristin realized they still had feelings for one another. Later, Kristin saw how well Kevin interacted with her students when she stepped out of the classroom for a few minutes, and so she submitted his name for the substitute teacher job at her school. Meanwhile, Reese, inspired by Kevin, befriended the odd new girl at school but regretted her decision after the girl became a bit too clingy. And Amy finally asked Nate out on a date.
While Kevin’s progress toward finding the righteous souls has been a bit slow this season (only 1 in 10 episodes!), the series has still done a great job of both evolving the main characters while also giving Kevin interesting souls of the week to help. It seems like everyone’s lives are moving in the right direction… Amy is finally going on a date with Nate, Kevin has a job (which also gets him closer to Kristin), and Kevin’s good activities are also wearing off on Reese. When will Kevin find his next righteous soul, and what other people in need will he help along the way? I look forward to finding out!
On tonight’s episode, “Solo,” as the newest substitute teacher at La Salle High School, Kevin tries to help an introverted student named Adam become more self-assured and popular. However, to do so, he must first pull off the second greatest freshman prank in the school’s history. Meanwhile, Yvette contemplates life after the mission, and Amy and Nate struggle to plan the perfect first date.
See how Kevin does as a substitute teacher tonight on ABC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching The Middle, Fresh Off the Boat, black-ish, This Is Us, LA to Vegas, and The Mick.
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Lethal Weapon had me in tears last week when Riggs got Kate’s son a dog and it was killed. Riggs then decided that he could no longer put them at risk, so he said goodbye instead. I’m getting tired of Riggs having to say goodbye to so many people he loves. Later he went to visit his father-in-law in prison to tell him that if he gets paroled, Riggs is going to kill him. Riggs believes that his dad is the one who killed the dog and is interfering in his life in general. Hopefully soon Riggs will have a change of luck in his life so he can a little happiness.
On tonight’s episode, “Diggin’ up Dirt,” when Riggs visits his father-in-law in prison, a walk down memory lane reveals an old secret about his deceased wife. Meanwhile Murtaugh tries to impress Captain Avery, and, united by the death of a mutual friend, Trish and Leo Getz try to solve a murder on their own.
To find out if Trish and Leo can solve the murder, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Bull, Ellen’s Game of Games, NCIS, This is Us, NCIS: New Orleans, and Chicago Med.