It has been a whirlwind of a weekend around my house, but as always, I am thankful for all that I have—even the mess from the kids. On Saturday night, we all stayed up for a family game night, which was fun but reminded me why I hate playing Monopoly: first, it takes FOREVER, and second, I always lose. Regardless, fun was had by all, but tonight, after a busy work day, I am going to be ready to chill out and watch some great television. So take a peek at what we all think you should be watching tonight.
Megan’s Choice #1
NCIS: LA is simply one of the best parts of my Monday night lately because it always manages to provide humor, suspense, and just enough personal stories to keep us interested. Last week was full of twists and turns as Sam was arrested for the murder of a bookkeeper named Leyla and the evidence against him was quite convincing. The opening scene of him being arrested was an incredible show of force to take one man into custody, and I’m not really surprised, since it was Sam and he is by all definitions as bad-ass as they come. One of my favorite parts of the episode was meeting Ray Turner, a former Navy SEAL who had taken to the Internet to call out people who were fraudulently posing as SEALs—but this guy was hilarious. It was very amusing when he gave Sam and Callen the slip by swimming back from the boat and then video calling them while standing behind them. It gave a great comic relief to a very tense episode. In the end, it turned out that it was Lee Stevens, a guy who served with Sam, who was responsible, and to say this guy looked like Sam is an understatement, because he was a full-blown doppelganger in my opinion. A great episode with a happy ending for Sam and the hope that they’ll bring back Ray for another episode.
On tonight’s episode, “Leipei,” when a man is murdered by a small drone, the team discovers his connection to a terrorist group that is planning another local attack. With time running short, Nell must use her drone expertise to try to divert a disaster in Long Beach.
To see if Nell can rise to the occasion, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
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