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Tonight, the fourteenth season of Grey’s Anatomy comes to a close, as we say goodbye to at least two characters. Last week the episode started off on a happy note, with April sending out the invitations for Alex and Jo’s wedding. However, shortly afterwards, Matthew and April were involved in a car accident. Matthew showed up at the ER but didn’t know where April was. Owen headed out to search for Kepner and discovered her body unconscious and hypothermic in a ravine. It looked like this was the way that April was going to be written out of the show, but after three grueling hours, the doctors finally managed to revive her, and she appeared to be OK. Meanwhile, Arizona gave her notice to Bailey, noting that she would be moving to New York for the sake of her daughter, Sofia. Fortunately, Arizona’s former mentor, Dr. Herman, had returned to the hospital for a treatment, learned of this, and offered Arizona a job where she could work from New York.
It’s always disappointing to see main characters leave a long-running series, and I’ve really grown to enjoy April and Arizona. I’m really happy they didn’t end up killing off Kepner last week, though I’m curious to see how she will leave the series and how that affects the remaining characters. Will these be the only two exits from the series, or what other surprises await? Also, there have been quite a few weddings on this show over the years, and things never seem to go as planned, so will there be some hitch that prevents Alex and Jo from getting hitched?
On tonight’s finale, “All of Me,” the doctors attend Alex and Jo’s wedding, and things do not go as planned. Meanwhile, the stress from the past year has taken a toll on Bailey, and she will re-evaluate some of her decisions.
See if Alex and Jo actually get married and how April leaves the hospital tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Life in Pieces, Gotham, Arrow, and Imposters.
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Last week’s Arrow opened with Diaz taking a serious shot at killing all current and former members of Team Arrow. But except for Mr. Terrific’s bf, everyone got through unscathed. The bad guys also ruined the home base that they have used for the last five years, though. Through discreet use of ARGUS authority, they were able to track down critical intel on Diaz; Felicity figured out that there was sensitive financial records on Diaz that they could expose.
The typically predictable “Oliver fearing for Felicity’s safety” arose and escalated to her almost being shot when she left the support vehicle to directly tap and hack Diaz’s hardware. They argued, but in the fashion which assures I still keep watching this show: Felicity won; this is her show. Deals with it. Oliver is a prop.
Tonight is the big showdown, and it’ll be the end to a curve ball of a season that spent 66% of the time convincing us Kayden James was the Big Bad. Felicity is still a dominant comic book TV show six seasons in. I still miss Ragman, but can’t win ‘em all!
On tonight’s episode, “Life Sentence,” with a new ally on his team, Oliver engages Diaz in an epic final battle.
See who wins the final battle tonight on The CW at 9/8c.
I’ll also obviously watching the best #slomosharkjump evar: Gotham.
It seems like Station 19 just started, and now we’re at the season finale! On the last episode, Andy and the team got trapped in a garage with fire on the other side of the wall, heating it into a dangerous hot box that they barely escaped. Jack found out about Andy dating Ryan, and he was very upset. I love Andy together with Ryan, and I don’t want her to go back to Jack at all.
On tonight’s episode, “Not Your Hero,” Ben reaches a new milestone as a rookie and, as is tradition, receives something from the crew. Chief Ripley holds final interviews for the role of captain but is interrupted when the team is called to a massive skyscraper fire, causing several lives to hang in the balance.
To find out who survives this epic fire, tune in to ABC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Grey’s Anatomy and S.W.A.T.