My kids are off on March break (what we call our spring break here 😉 ), and that means I have a busy household full of kids wanting attention and someone to keep them amused—I should have taken lessons with the circus in my off time. 🙂 Tonight, they’ll go to bed and I’ll need some time to relax, so I’m looking forward to unwinding in front of the television. Let’s check out what’s on.
The Following just gets more intense and creepy every episode! Last week, we watched as Carroll escaped prison by manipulating those around him, and he was united with Joey at a house filled with his faithful (yet disturbing) followers. I don’t know about you, but seeing a group of people that dedicated to a serial killer actually turned my stomach a bit! Now I’m just curious to see where we go from here, but wherever it is, I’m sure it’s going to be a twisty road.
On tonight’s episode, “Welcome Home,” with Joey Matthews still missing and the search for Joe Carroll escalating, the FBI brings in Nick Donovan (guest star Mike Colter) to run lead on the case, much to Ryan and Parker’s dismay. Meanwhile, a follower from the past meets up with Joe Carroll, and their plans have a life-threatening result.
To see the plot unfold more, tune in to FOX at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of The Following @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching The Bachelor and American Pickers.
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While I may be quitting on Dallas soon, I’m excited for tonight’s special J.R. funeral episode. Last week, John Ross tried to tamper with Christopher’s new energy racecar so it wouldn’t beat a standard fuel car, but things didn’t work out like he planned. Meanwhile, Emma decided she wanted to stay in Dallas and get to know Ann; and Elena and Drew wanted to perform tests to see just how much oil was at Southfork. At the end of the episode, John Ross received a call from J.R. during which he heard gun shots.
In tonight’s big episode, lots of the original cast come back for J.R.’s funeral, paying their respects both in character and out of character to honor Larry Hagman himself. It will be interesting to see how they spin the death of the actor into the ultimate tribute—a “Who killed J.R.?” conspiracy much like the huge “Who Shot J.R.?” story line of the 1980s.
On tonight’s episode, “JR’s Masterpiece,” J.R. meets his end as the family tries to unite to mourn his death with numerous colorful characters from J.R.’s past. Before long, however, shocking news is revealed.
See the end of an era tonight on TNT at 9/8c. Learn where to find episodes online of Dallas @ TV.com.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Following, The Carrie Diaries, Switched at Birth, Continuum, Being Human, and Hindenburg: The Last Flight.