As I write this, I’m watching this week’s episode of NCIS, and there was a moment at the beginning that made me absolutely sob. Poor Wendell—I mean, Ted. (Bones fans will get the reference. ;) ) It was heartbreaking and made both my kiddo & myself cry. Anyway, there’s some more great TV on tonight, and we’re here to tell you what we’re watching so you can make an informed choice. ;)
All season, we’ve been dealing with The Replicator on Criminal Minds. The last new episode, they thought they had him, but Donnie Bidwell, their suspect, turned out to be a patsy for the real Replicator. It’ll be interesting to see how that continues to play out.
I’m interested to see this week’s episode especially because Lynch is back. I want him GONE. It’s no secret Megan & I are both Morgan/Garcia fans. We want them together, and after Garcia & Lynch broke up & he showed up at JJ’s wedding with another woman, we thought they’d split for good, so maybe the way was paved for Morcia (or is it Gargan? LOL). And it would come at the perfect time, since next week is a big Morgan episode, where he has to go to Chicago and face the man who abused him. But with this week’s episode, I’m not so sure about that anymore. Hopefully it’s just CBS screwing with our minds.
On tonight’s episode, “The Gathering,” the BAU investigates victims who were documenting their personal lives and inner desires on blog posts and social media. Also, Kevin gets jealous when he learns Garcia may have a new love interest.
To see who Garcia’s new love interest might be, tune in to CBS at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Criminal Minds @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Neighbors, Law & Order: SVU, The Americans, Chicago Fire, CSI, Duck Dynasty, & Psych.
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The Neighbors has been a pleasant surprise this season. Last week, the Bird-Kersees were upset that Debbie and Marty wouldn’t let them go anywhere, so they sneaked out late at night to see a Broadway show. This gave Larry the idea to create his own musical. However, in the process, Dick fell into a well and the media vans arrived, threatening the secrets of the gated community. Meanwhile, Reggie realized that he had feelings for Amber.
Last week’s musical episode was so creative and well done—Smash and Glee could take some notes. It was great that they got Academy Award-winning composer Alan Menken to do the songs, although it probably helps that ABC is owned by Disney! This is one of the few shows that gets me to actually laugh out loud—and last week I did just that when some well-timed/well-placed hedge clippers appeared during some lyrics about circumcision. This show is so much fun—I can’t believe there are only two episodes left this season!
On tonight’s episode, “Mo Purses Mo Money Mo Problems,” Debbie starts a business making purses with help from Jackie, whose negotiating skills come in handy—until they promise more products than they can deliver.
To see how Jackie helps—or doesn’t—tonight on ABC at 8:30/7:30c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Neighbors @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching/recording Survivor, Criminal Minds, CSI, Suburgatory, Whitney, Arrow, Supernatural, The Americans, Southland, Psych, and Workaholics.
Somehow, Dalia is become the best reason to watch Suburgatory. Last week, her “dry cry” had me on the floor with laughter. Unfortunately, the connection between Tessa and George is moving a little bit too much to the background, I think I would’ve preferred an extra season to explore their relation before moving on to much to other things.
On tonight’s episode, “Eat, Pray, Eat,” when George forgets the birthday gift that Dallas gives hin, Dallas feels as if she’ll never compare to his ex (Alex), and she seeks solace in carbs and Jill Werner. Meanwhile, Tessa believes that she has lost her youthful vigor, and Noah makes a shocking discovery about his psychiatrist.
Find out what it is on ABC at 9:31/8:31c. Learn where to find episodes online of Suburgatory @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching American Idol, Arrow, and Whitney.