What You Should have Watched Last Night:
Tuesday Night 10-13-15
Check out the shows I watched and enjoyed last night, headlined by the return of the hit show Chicago Fire on NBC.
The Flash was absolutely fantastic last night. Jay Garrick's version of Central City is no less real than Barry's. It's separate from Barry's world, but running parallel to it rather than in place of it, and I liked the way they broke it down and explained it.
Looks like my man Barry got his eye on another female too. Smh. Patty should add something different to the show. Iris's mother is in town and Cysco's visions are getting stronger. Alot happened last night and I can't wait to talk about on the next episode of Flash-Back, with Kevin DeShields.
Rating: Very Good
I like Grandfathered. I think its a charming family comdey that is needed on TV. Each character plays their role very well, and John Stamos is just a great TV actor.
I loved the scene where Jimmy came to take his son for a night of fun with him and Sarah was left to fend for herself for the night. Classic. Great storytelling.
Rating: Good stuff
This week's episode of The Grinder was absolutely great. The revelation of the mole, by the mole, was wonderful. i laughed hilariously. The competition just got Todd drunk and he told the bartender everything that was happening with all their cases. Lol. It was great.
Also, I love the kids on this show. The manipulation by Ethan to get Lizzie to admit that she deleted the episode of ray Donovan off the DVR, was greatness. I love how the show uses other examples such as the fake reruns of the fake show the The Grinder, to introduce the theme for the week. This one is a keeper, and you all should be watching.
Chicago Fire returned last night, and I can't say I was thrilled by the direction of the show so far. I have been a fan of the show since day one, but I just can't understand some of the story line choices teh show continues to make. I stll miss Shay. I still don't understand why they killed her off. the show has never really recovered. Now Peter Mills is gone.
And the only reason why Mills' role was diminished was to make room for the relationship between Gabby and Matt, which I hate. Now they are having a child together and I don't like that either. Its just seems forced to me. And Kelly has been removed from Squad Lieutenant? Why? It just seems so forced. I wasn't a big fa of the episode, but hopefully it gets better, it always does.