If We Controlled Your Remote… 10/10/19

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!

Kyle’s Choice

On last week’s episode of Superstore, Mateo’s lawyer was at Cloud 9 collecting testimonials for Mateo’s bond hearing, but most of the statements about how wild and fun he could be would probably do him more harm than good. So Amy tried to get the co-workers to embellish, making Mateo sound more kind and generous, but this also backfired. Eventually, she and Cheyenne tracked down Jeff and used an old photo to manipulate his emotions and get him to agree to making a statement about how he heard the company execs illegally ordering the ICE raid. Meanwhile, Sandra was convinced that Dina was throwing her a bachelorette party, despite the fact that she kept adamantly denying it, since it wasn’t part of her official Maid of Honor job responsibilities as defined on the internet. Jonah felt bad and enlisted Garrett’s help in throwing a party. However, once Dina found out, she was upset, accused them of trying to make her look bad, and reluctantly agreed to throw the party…but having Sandra be responsible for most of her own party. At the same time, Jerry awkwardly asked Garrett to be his Best Man, even though the two hardly knew one another. When it came time for the party, Sandra was once again overshadowed – her party had been re-purposed into a celebration of the fact that Mateo had been released on bond.

Last week, there were once again stirrings of unionization, and with Jeff preparing a statement about the ICE raid, it looks like we are gearing up for an employee mutiny this season. The show does a great job of mixing in these more serious topics while also keeping things funny. I have my doubts that Sandra will ever actually get her wedding day, but I’m hoping that something finally works out for her!

On tonight’s episode, “Forced Hire,” when Amy hires Dina’s nemesis Colleen, Dina blackmails Garrett into making Colleen’s life a living hell; Jonah is forced to befriend Marcus to unionize the warehouse guys.

See how Dina blackmails Garrett tonight on NBC at 8/7c.

I’ll also be watching/recording Grey’s Anatomy, A Million Little Things, Young Sheldon, The Unicorn, Carol’s Second Act, Evil, Perfect Harmony, The Good Place, and Chrisley Knows Best.
 
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Jenny’s Choice

One of the creepiest thing I’ve ever seen was last week’s Evil, when the 17yo girl was declared dead and, after 177 minutes, went into autopsy, only to come back to life right after the medical examiner started to cut into her. Talk about FREAKY. Kristen, David, and Ben were called in when the priest who’d seen her right before the autopsy to pray over her body was being called a miracle worker. The church wanted to make sure this priest (who is an alcoholic) had actually performed a miracle or if there was a rational explanation to the girl “coming back to life.” In the end, the hospital was to blame, and there was some medical reason the young girl “died” and “came back to life.” During the episode, Kristen found out that creepy Leland Townsend has been hired to replace Kristen as the DA’s office expert witness. That doesn’t bode well for future defendents, as Townsend is sure to want to set in motion evil any way he can.

On tonight’s episode, “3 Stars,” after a high-strung theater producer’s behavior turns from demanding to what is believed to be demonic, Kristen, David and Ben are called in to assess the situation. Also, Kristen discredits her DA office successor and nemesis, Leland Townsend, before he can ruin a 17-year-old boy’s life.

Find out if it’s demonic or not and how Kristen discredits Townsend tonight on CBS at 10/9c.

I’ll also be watching Perfect Harmony, The Unicorn, Sunnyside, Beat Bobby Flay, & Impractical Jokers.
 

Megan’s Choice

It is the season for quirky comedies, and Perfect Harmony definitely fits into that category, with the small-town characters and the fun musical numbers. Ginny is at the center of the church choir, and her divorce from Wayne is being played out in the public for everyone to see, especially since they are both members of the choir. On the last episode, Ginny had every woman in the town who was single ganging up on her to spread rumors that she cheated and that Wayne was actually a decent person who they all took turns flirting with, trying to be the next girl in his life. After a bit of public embarrassment, Wayne stepped up and defended Ginny, saying that it was always his fault and she left him because he didn’t have himself together. I really enjoy the choir moments, especially anything with Reverend Jax – that man is pure comedic gold.

On tonight’s episode, “No Time for Losers,” Arthur helps Ginny conquer stage fright. Meanwhile Reverend Jax is caught in the rift between Wayne and Dwayne.

To see how Arthur helps Ginny, tune in to NBC at 9:30/8:30c.

I’ll also be watching Grey’s Anatomy, Young Sheldon, The Unicorn, Legacies, A Million Little Things, Law & Order: SVU, and Evil.

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