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SEAL Team returned last week, and it was packed full of action and emotion. Mandy wasn’t with the team, on a mission of her own in Mexico. She was there questioning a man named Fausto about a missing DEA agent. I wasn’t too invested in the story line, given that she wasn’t with the team. But I’m wondering if that’ll be a future mission for Bravo Team. Speaking of Bravo, they were in Saudi Arabia for their mission – one of the old tunnel systems at the heart of the largest water source in the country had been taken over by Shiite Extremists. Together with the Saudi military, they had to work to stop them.
Back at home, Ray was having to make a decision about waiting to get back on Bravo or applying to another team – Charlie. Also, Jason took his daughter on her first college tour, which was great because their relationship has had its up and downs, and given what happened at the end of the episode, they may need that bond to be stronger soon. I think my favorite part of the episode, though, was Clay and Stella having dinner with her parents…who were both clearly anti-military or whatever. They were pretty uppity and snotty, but Clay was calm and clearly let them know he was more than they were assuming he was. I think it was the sexiest I’ve ever found him. He’s clearly growing more mature as the series goes on.
And now to the scary part of the episode… In the closing moments, a cop knocked on Jason’s door, asking if he was Jason Hayes. “I’m sorry to have to tell you this. It’s your wife. There’s been an accident.” Even though they weren’t happily married anymore, Jason clearly still loves Alana. And they have two teenage kids, so if she is severely injured or dead, it’s going to knock the three of them on their behinds. And how will Jason handle that? I mean, with his job and everything. So many questions!
On tonight’s episode, “The Worst of Conditions,” after tragedy strikes, Jason is faced with a huge decision regarding his future with Bravo Team.
To see what Jason is going through and what decision he makes, tune in to CBS at 9:01/8:01c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chicago Med, The Goldbergs, American Housewife, Chicago Fire, Guy’s Grocery Games, Modern Family, Single Parents, Chicago PD, & Criminal Minds.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
The Goldbergs is always one of the shows I watch first on Wednesday nights. It never sits around on the TiVo for long! Last week Erica decided to get a job at a karaoke bar in order to get some time to sing in front of an audience. Murray was thrilled just to hear Erica was going to be working. It didn’t matter what the job was, but once Beverly heard it was at a karaoke bar, she was excited to bring all her gal pals there to sing. Erica quickly demanded that her mother not visit her at work, and Beverly reluctantly agreed. But when Erica’s boss (a fun cameo by Rick Springfield) told her that she could get more singing time if she brought in more people, she lifted her restriction and ended up enjoying singing with her mother. Meanwhile, Murray tried to teach Barry and Lainey how to be financially responsible adults. Barry tried to be the saver while he let Lainey be the spender, but this backfired quickly, and eventually Murray encouraged the couple to just enjoy themselves.
On tonight’s episode, “Hersheypark,” Adam discovers Beverly has been manipulating him; after attending Career Night, Geoff realizes he doesn’t want to be an eye doctor like his father.
Find out what Adam does with his realization tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording American Housewife, Modern Family, Single Parents, A Million Little Things, Survivor, Riverdale, All American, and American Horror Story: Apocalypse.