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Tonight, the first season of FOX’s hilarious comedy, LA to Vegas, comes to an end. In last week’s episode, Captain Dave insisted that he was over his breakup with Patricia. However, while giving one of his in-flight ads for an escape room-slash-wedding chapel, he lost it, going on an anti-love tirade over the loudspeaker to the passengers. In his anger, he broke a warning light on the flight deck, causing the plane to be grounded for repairs. So he headed off to the casino with Artem and Colin, where he found himself on a roll at the craps table. And with all his winnings, Dave decided that he was going to buy an engagement ring for Patricia. Meanwhile, Ronnie talked to Nichole about Bryan asking her to move in with him. Ronnie was afraid to take this next step, so she started to make a pros and cons list. But when Bryan showed up at the gate, Ronnie told him she wanted to move in with him.
Will Captain Dave go through with his proposal to Patricia, and if so, how will she respond? Is Dave really the marrying kind? How will Ronnie’s decision to move to Las Vegas to live with Bryan change her future? And with everyone else seemingly finding love, when will it be Colin’s turn? I’ve really enjoyed the first season of this wacky airline comedy and look forward to seeing how things are left in tonight’s finale. I really hope this show comes back for another season!
On tonight’s episode, “The Proposal,” Ronnie applies for a job at another airline; against Nichole’s wishes, Dave plans to propose to Patricia; Artem encourages Colin to stand up to his ex-wife.
See where the gang leaves off for the season tonight on FOX at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Middle, black-ish, Rise, New Girl, The Flash, The 100, and Legion.
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I really enjoyed the last new episode of NCIS. One night, a local sheriff was transporting a petty officer under arrest for assault, when he suddenly flipped on his lights and siren and sped up, claiming to be chasing someone he suspected of a DUI. They then crashed into the lake and the petty officer escaped. A brother and sister out camping witnessed the whole thing, and it was only later that the sister (a blind attorney who got a little close to Torres throughout the case) remembered something important…that she hadn’t heard a second car go over the very obvious bump in the road. Turned out the sheriff was dirty and all along his plan was to kill the petty officer, who got mixed up in the drug business the sheriff and two of his friends (a pharmacist and lawyer) were involved in. It was a fun case and kind of sad because the petty officer was a couple with the pharmacist’s daughter, and that’s how the pharmacist recruited him to get what they needed from the ship he was stationed on. Luckily the daughter turned out to be better than her father and helped set up a sting to catch him when he confessed to the drugs. I’m kind of hoping we see more of Annie Barth (the blind attorney witness) and Torres. They really were great together. Of course, Bishop didn’t seem too happy when she realized the two were basically out on a breakfast date together. So…who knows.
Tonight is the first of Pauley Perrette’s final two episodes as Abby. I’m really sad because she’s such a great character, but she’s been in the role for a long time and deserves a break. Plus, in an interview I saw the other day, she mentioned she’s been getting a ton of offers, so hopefully she’ll find one that she loves soon and we’ll get her back on our TVs!
On tonight’s episode, “One Step Forward,” Sara Carter (Skye P. Marshall) begs Gibbs to investigate her mother’s murder as she believes the local authorities convicted the wrong man. Also, Abby is awarded a dinner reservation for two to a brand-new five-star restaurant in an igloo and has to decide which coworker deserves to go with her.
Find out who Abby picks tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Roseanne, LA to Vegas, Chicago Med, Chopped, & NCIS: New Orleans.
One of the reasons Bull is such a fantastic show is because of the superb writing. Every single episode is a work of art. This season has taken time to show us more of the individual character growth but also making sure we get to see more of Bull dealing with his personal demons.
On tonight’s episode, “Reckless,” Bull’s team worries that they’re in over their heads when they take on the seemingly unwinnable case of Elliott Miles, a mute man facing the death penalty if he’s found guilty of murder and arson. Also, Bull is stunned to learn that his ex-wife is remarrying.
To find out if they can prove Elliot’s innocence, tune in to CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching NCIS: New Orleans, NCIS, Lethal Weapon, Chicago Med, and For the People.