Tuesday Night TV (7 Fed 2012)


RingerVery good episode, I very much enjoyed and loved it.  I think that it keeps improving and improving in a lot of directions which makes me very happy.  In any case, in this episode, you have a visit form Juliet’s mother who is a total witch (to be nice).  Her acting was good though.  I hate Siobhan, she’s not that great of a character, simply selfish and horrible.  On that note though I must applaud Sarah Michelle Gellar on her acting.  I have to say when actors play two parts and do both so very well, they deserve recognition.  Anyway it’s a good show, I love the mystery and the thrill behind it and I also love the writing and chemistry going on.  So far, no complaints.  Tuesdays @ 9PM EST on CW.

90210

It’s one of those episode where is something can go wrong, it does.  It was a fun episode to watch though, I loved it.  Glad that Jen is back though, I missed her, not gonna lie about that.  Her character is just awesome…to me, in my opinion.  The writing it still awesome, Naomi is still developing which I love and for which I am thankful for.  Anyway I still like this show…more than I’m loking Gossip Girl at the moment.  And that’s saying something.  Tuesdays @ 8PM EST on CW.


Raising Hope

This show still makes me laugh.  I love the family dynamic that is going on here.  Everyone here has great chemistry with one another.  I love it.  It’s a fun show.  I love this show.  Good acting, fun acting, fun writing as well as good writing.  I don’t mean to sound redundant but it’s a fun show, I really love and enjoy it.  Tuesdays @ 930PM EST on FOX.


New Girl

This is such a great and quirky show.  I love it, not gonna lie, I mean I love it.  Zooey Deshanel is spunky and fun and she has great chemistry with Nick (played by Jake Johnson

).  This was a hilarious episode and I love them.  I mean I love this show.  It’s funny, pulls funny antics, has great writing.  Watch it people.  Tuesdays @ 9PM EST on FOX.

GleeWOOHOO!! RICKY MARTIN’S STILL GOT IT!!!  Now that’s what I’m talking about.  You know this was a great episode…beside the fact that Ricky Martin was in it.  Shue pissed me off a bit and Zantana was right about him perpetuating stereotypes.  And I feel bad for Sue but you know what this shows a whole new side to her which makes me happy.  I love this show.  It’s a great show.  I’m glad that this show has touched upon a touchy subject nowadays and I’m super glad about this.  Still though, something still feels off about this show.  I can’t place my finger on it which is why I ‘m still gonna watch it but, I don’t know, I guess it’s just starting to feel fake.  Tuesdays @ 8PM EST on FOX.

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