What You Should have Watched Last Night:
Monday Night 10-5-15
Check out the reviews of some great TV shows that I watched last night.
This week's episode of Black Ink was interesting on a few levels. It continued the theme we have been seeing for the last few weeks, Duchess wants to move to North Carolina and Ceaser doesn't.
With her, there is no compromise. In her interviews she continually boast about how she's the queen and she gets what she wants and blah blah blah. I can't stand this selfish chick. Her relationship with Sky is breaking down further and we can see that the handwriting on the wall.
At the end of the episode, she left for NC, and if I were Cease, I would just let her go live her dream. She' not worth the headache.
On another note, Oh Sh*t survived another pregnancy scare and is finally, finally getting snipped. If one person on earth shouldn't continue to pro create, its this fool.
Rating: Pretty Good
I absolutely loved last night's episode of Scorpion. This may have been my favorite episode ever as it highlighted my man Sylvester in a different way than ever before. He had to become an inmate in prison in order to get some info on some judges that were going to be murdered. It was so well done and everyone played an integral part in the episode.
This is exactly what makes this show great. The combination of talents from the ensembled cast is being displayed in creative and entertaining way. And I loved the recurring role of Ray, Walter's annoying buddy from Community Service. He was was absolutely hilarious. I want to watch this episode again it was so great.
As the weeks continue, we seem to learn more and more about Minority Report, and that's a good thing. I wasn't a big fan of the case they had to solve this week though and it seemed convoluted and confusing in some ways. I just didn't think it made much sense.
But I did like the continuity story line with the main characters. Agatha tells Arthur about her vision that seems to show Vega helping the government stick the three pre-cogs back in the milk bath. Arthur ends up telling Dash about the vision, which would convince any rational pre-cog to give up crime-solving. But if he did that, Minority Report would be a three-episode miniseries.
Instead, we are left wondering if Agatha's vision will come true and if so, when. Also, how will this change the dynamic between Dash and Vega going forward. Though this was only covered in the matter of few scenes, it was the most important thing I took form the episode, and it will go along way in setting up the shows direction down the road.
The start of this week's Blind Spot was hot as hell, with Jane confronting her attacker and almost getting info from him. Only for him to be shot and killed before she can find out anything. Smh. Great stuff.
Then we find that the mystery man is a John Doe, just like Jane. There are no prints, records, or clues into who he was. This adds to the belief that their are more like Jane and something big may be in the works.
We got more questions in the episode that will be explored over the coming weeks like what is Operation Daylight? But we also got a huge answer and that is Jane's real identity. her name is Taylor Shaw. That was huge revelation and should lead to more down the road.