I am so excited that my dad arrives tomorrow from British Columbia for a week-long visit. I haven’t seen him in almost two years! It’s going to be fun showing him around the new area where I live and him getting to spend time with all the grandkids. While I am on edge with pure excitement, let’s see what’s on television tonight.
Hart of Dixie returns tonight on a new night from hiatus, and I’m hoping that it can be a refresher for the series as a whole. I really loved this show from the beginning, but this season, it’s just been lacking a lot of that delicious romantic tension and character growth that Bluebell is usually overflowing with. Joel is a wet blanket for the whole show because not only does his relationship with Zoe lack some real chemistry, but it’s just not believable. When we left the show before hiatus, even Wade’s dad, Crazy Earl, could see that Zoe and Wade were meant to be together and that Joel is more like a brother than a boyfriend for Zoe. My only hope is that everyone can come to find some connections in their relationships, because as it stands now, there is no real connections going on at all.
On tonight’s episode, “Here You Come Again,” Zoe becomes her mother’s client; Brick eagerly anticipates Lemon’s return, but an obstacle delays her trip back; Magnolia gets help from George.
To see if life in Bluebell can finally start getting back to normal, tune in to The CW Network at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Grimm, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Diners, Drive-ins & Dives, Helix, Hannibal, and Say Yes to the Dress.
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I’m thrilled that Whose Line Is It Anyway? is back tonight. It’s by far my favorite reality show. Aisha Tyler is a decent host, although I miss Drew Carey, but the performers are always spot-on. The show never fails to make me laugh. We get a double episode tonight for the season premiere, which makes me SO happy.
On tonight’s first episode, “Kat Graham,” host Aisha Tyler and cast members Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and Colin Mochrie are joined by guest comedian Greg Proops (Trust Us With Your Life), and they put their skills to the test and perform with Kat Graham, from The Vampire Diaries.
Then on the second episode, “Tara Lipinski,” Aisha, Ryan, Wayne, and Colin are joined by guest comedian Keegan Michael Key, and they perform with Olympic gold medalist in figure skating, Tara Lipinski.
Watch and be amazed at the brilliant improv comedy tonight on The CW at 8/7c & 8:30/7:30c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Neighbors, Grimm, Raising Hope, & Diners, Drive-ins & Dives.
We are coming down to what are most likely the final four episodes of The Neighbors. Last week, the Weavers felt like they were in a martial rut, so Marty planned a date night with Debbie, but going to a hibachi restaurant wasn’t really her idea of reigniting the flames of their love. Meanwhile, the Bird-Kirsees thought they might be in a rut of their own and decided to role-play dressed as the sexiest people they could think of: each other. And Dick found himself infatuated with the Weavers’ “goddess” of a babysitter, played Rachel Dratch.
This show is always so much fun to watch. I really hope more Nielsen viewers tune in over these final 4 weeks of the season! The humor is always so creative and witty; I just don’t understand what else viewers could possibly want!
On tonight’s episode, “Uncle Benjamin,” the Weavers are invited to San Diego by Debbie’s estranged mother—who’s adopted a 10-year-old boy—but she’ll only agree to meet her new brother if Larry and Jackie can make the trip, too. Meanwhile, Marty tries to rid Abby of her fear of the ocean. Rhea Perlman guest stars.
See how the family meeting goes tonight on ABC at 8:31/7:31c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Grimm, Hannibal, Raising Hope, and Helix.