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Last week’s American Housewife was pretty fun. When Oliver tried giving his mom advice about her new lasagna business, she ignored him at first…until she was reminded that business & money were something Oliver was very good at and very interested in. So they became partners. He changed the name and the packaging and tried to get them into the Flavor of Westport (where chefs/restaurants from town could feature their food in order to draw customers), Oliver even showed how prepared he was when the man in charge said they weren’t a restaurant, and Oliver gave him paperwork stating that since the property had been a speakeasy or something way back when and it’d had a liquor license, that meant the house had one and was considered a restaurant. Silly old laws! LOL But then the man said everything had to be socially conscious (my wording): gluten free, nut cheese, yada yada. Katie refused, but when Oliver protested, she made up a lasagna to meet their terms…and Oliver couldn’t eat it, it was so terrible. So they made up Katie’s regular lasagna and snuck into the festival, secretly giving out a bunch of samples. It was a lot of fun seeing them work together.
Meanwhile, Greg had been trying to come up with something new to write about, but he’d been struggling. So when Angela recommended him to ghost write for a young YouTube star whose schtick was pulling pranks and shooting people with a paintball gun, he eventually said okay. He took Trip’s advice about pranking the guy in order to show he could hang and be “hip” and shot the guy with a paintball gun when they first met. The guy stormed off, and later, at the food festival, police stopped Greg and arrested him for it. But then the YouTube guy showed up, laughing, and said it was all a prank and that he’d read Greg’s book (really? LMAO) and that he’d love to work with him.
I enjoy this show. It’s far from perfect (Katie’s pretty over the top sometimes, to an annoying degree), but I really like it. I both like and dislike that they’ve moved Anna-Kat away from her OCD, although we get to see a lot of really strange Franklin, so I guess there’s that.
On tonight’s episode, “Women in Business,” Katie’s feud with Chloe Brown Mueller is reignited when Oliver discovers Chloe’s attempts to sabotage Katie’s lasagna business. Meanwhile, Anna-Kat and Franklin play matchmaker for Principal Amblin in an attempt to secure more privileges at school.
See how Katie and Oliver handle Chloe Brown Mueller tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching CMT’s Nashville Squares, Hawaii Five-0, & Blue Bloods.
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I was thankful that Charmed didn’t have the story about Macy being kidnapped by the Darklighter dragging on too long, because I couldn’t wait to see Macy back with her sisters and Harry. Speaking of Harry… I am anxious to see if the writers will hurry up and get those two together – the sexual tension is there, and it is obvious the love is as well. Elsewhere, Maggie is starting to get her powers back, but they’re different now because she has premonitions instead of reading thoughts. What needs to happen for the show to pick up a bit is the sisters need their powers back completely and we need to see some more of them getting the world on the right track again. I’d like to see the sisters able to return to their hometown, but I have a feeling this traveling house things is going to become a regular part of the show, and I haven’t decided how that makes me feel quite yet.
On tonight’s episode, “Past Is Present,” Harry and Macy make a startling discovery; Maggie teams up with Abby against an unlikely foe. Mel must save Kat from an uncertain fate.
Find out who the unlikely foe is tonight on The CW at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching Hawaii Five-0, Blue Bloods, and Magnum P.I.