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It’s been way too long (January 1!) since we last saw Brooklyn Nine-Nine, especially since they ended it on such a huge cliffhanger! Gina was hit by a bus! I’d actually forgotten that until I started watching the screener for this new episode. Then it hit me. (Doh. 😉 ) That was the episode that dealt with the prison break, where Amy and Jake were competing to see who could capture the most – the loser would then move into the winner’s apartment. Even though Jake won, he was very sweet (and honest! LOL) when he conceded that Amy’s place was better and he wanted to move in with her. It was a great moment for them and a fun episode overall…until Gina walked out and was hit by a bus!
Thankfully, the show is back tonight. I really missed it, and I was very happy with the new episode. We get an answer right off as to Gina’s fate (It’s a comedy. She’s a major character. Do you really think she’s going to die?!), and the episode as a whole is just as funny as always, especially because we see not only one character’s ex, but TWO!
On tonight’s episode, “The Audit,” with the crime rate lowered, Brooklyn will be shutting down one of its precincts – permanently. The Nine-Nine is confident they will be evaluated fairly, until the official auditor turns out to be Amy’s ex-boyfriend, Teddy (guest star Kyle Bornheimer). The whole squad then must band together to try to save the precinct. Jama Williamson also guest stars.
To see what Teddy decides about the Nine-Nine, tune in to FOX at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped Junior, American Housewife, Prison Break, Trial & Error, Imaginary Mary, & Chopped.
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Tonight, the first season of Bravo’s Imposters comes to a close. Last week there were lots of mysterious things going on, making the viewer constantly question which side each of the characters were actually on. The FBI was interrogating Ezra and had him plant a bug on Maddie’s phone. Later Maddie confronted Ezra about the money plan while the FBI listened, and it seemed like they were getting the information they wanted. Meanwhile, Gina, the FBI agent playing Patrick’s sister, arranged a meet-cute with Jules in order to try to figure out her role in Maddie’s world, and the two ended up in bed together. Finally, Max spent time teaching Richard some skills he’s going to need for the upcoming plan, and the two also had a heart-to-heart about moving on from lost loves. At the end it was revealed that a lot of the conversations between our ragtag team had been staged for the FBI to overhear, but Sally did learn one unexpected thing from Richard: that Max likely sold out Sally.
Tonight, it’s the wedding, and the FBI is hoping to nab the Doctor, while the team will secretly try to execute their plan to swap out the FBI’s money for fake bills. Which side will be successful, and how will it all play out? Will Maddie and the others finally get their freedom from the Doctor, or will they just end up in more trouble with both their employer and the FBI? I have thoroughly enjoyed this series, and I am really looking forward to tonight’s finale. I just hope we aren’t left with some huge cliffhanger should the show not return for a second season!
On tonight’s finale, “Always Forward, Never Back,” the long-awaited showdown between con artists and the FBI unfolds as Patrick and Maddie say “I do.”
Find out how the season ends tonight on Bravo at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/recording The Middle, American Housewife, Fresh Off the Boat, Imaginary Mary, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Trial & Error, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mick, Prison Break, iZombie, Detroiters, Switched at Birth, The Americans, Cosplay Melee, The Detour, and Chrisley Knows Best.