Tuesday Night TV (15 Oct 2013) | TV Reviews

image Genre: Sitcom

Starring: Giovanni Ribisi, Seth Green, Brenda Song, Vanessa Lachey, Tonita Castro, Peter Riegert & Martin Mull

“Oldfinger”:  Oh my god, that was hysterical.  So last night the guys were trying to prove that they were in better health than their fathers, which surprisingly enough, they weren’t.  I was being a little sarcastic right there.  It was predictable and it was cliché story line, but the way it was written was just down right hilarious and unique that I can overlook that.  I mean doctor died giving Warner a prostate exam with his finger.  Yeah, that was just priceless, so wrong and so hilarious!  If you like Family Guy or really wrong comedy, you’re going to love this show.  I personally think it’s hilarious and just like those shows, it makes fun of everything.  Nothing is sacred so just remember, don’t take anything personally.  Tuesdays @ 8PM (EST) on FOX.

image Genre: Comedy-crime

Starring: Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Joe Lo Truglio, Chelsea Peretti & Andre Braugher

“The Vulture”:  I don’t normally watch this show but I did watch the season premiere at it was funny.  Not only that but this episode was quite funny as well.  Last night the team was trying to solve a murder case but then major crimes stepped in because they could not solve it, or rather because the team did not feel like working together to solve it.  So the episode was all about being the bigger man and accepting help and also about working on a team.  It was fun because they all pulled together to solve the crime right from under “The Vulture’s” nose.  So that was the perfect revenge.  Tuesdays @ 830PM (EST) on FOX.

image Genre: Supernatural, Horror, Fantasy

Starring: Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Claire Holt, Phoebe Tonkin, Daniella Pineda, Charles Michael Davis, Leah Pipes & Danielle Campbell

“Tangled Up In Blue”:  I hate the witch Davina.  Not just the character, but the actress too, she sucks, she does not to paranoid and crazy with power well at all. With that in mind, Joseph Morgan actually grew on me a bit in this episode, like the character Klaus did.  Here we got to see a semblance of why Elijah, who needs to return, never gives up on his brother.  We finally get to see it, it was small but when he smiled at that mortal bartender and talked to her, it was honest, it was true, it was human what we saw in him.  Perhaps even love.  Then when he found out his baby was a girl, the smile was small, hidden, but it was there.  This is a man who has always wanted family, who has always cherished family, even though he has an awful way of showing it, but his humanity is starting to seep through the cracks and that’s good!  That’s part of the reason as to why I am giving this show a shot.  Tuesday @ 8PM (EST) on CW.

image Genre: Sitcom

Starring: Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield, Lamorne Morris & Hannah Simone

“The Box”:  So at it turns out Nick’s father left him a bunch of money and what he did with it was splurge instead of paying his bills, which would have been the responsible thing to do.  But responsible is not the way Nick Miller does things.  So, behind his back, Jess takes the money to pay his bills and get him out of debt.  Now I think that’s sweet, but he took it as she was trying to fix him and change him, then threw her vintage purses out of the window.  So she paid him back and all the while, he goes to the bank to put his money in the bank!  Like a responsible adult!  That was just weird, but it was cute.  This show is incredibly cute, and it’s starting to gain some of the charm that it had lost last season.  Putting those two together was a great move after all.  Tuesdays @ 9PM (EST) on FOX.

image Genre: Sitcom

Starring: Malin Åkerman, Bradley Whitford, Marcia Gay Harden, Michaela Watkins, Natalie Morales, Ryan Lee, Bailee Madison & Albert Tsai

“The Breakup”:  So this episode explored the bonds of friendship and how they change when one suddenly gets a family and grows up, but still tries to be there for her friend and do some of the crazy stuff that they used to.  Yeah, that bombed, but that’s why it was funny, because this whole friendship of theirs is changing and they are both so scared of losing each other.  Bradley Whitford though, he is priceless, I mean he is just freaking hilarious and delivers his lines perfectly.   He has perfect chemistry with Malin and together they make the best team to contrast everyone else in the show.  Tuesdays @ 930 (EST) on ABC.

image Genre: Crime, Thriller, Drama

Starring: Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman, Michael Emerson, Sarah Shahi & Amy Acker

“Reasonable Doubt”:  Now who didn’t see that coming?  Has anyone ever seen the movie Double Jeopardy?  Well that doesn’t matter, you didn’t need to see the movie to figure out what was going to happen.  Husband faked his murder then framed his wife for it before he finally decided to run off with the money and also maybe kill her.  Yup, he was a jerk and I am glad that Reese gave him a gun to give his wife, the woman who they were trying to save, an incentive to kill him, no not an incentive, a defense for court.  Who would commit her, her husband framed her then tried to kill her.  It was a twist of an episode if I do say so myself because the number was the victim who also turned into the murderer.  I love plot twists like that.  So with all that happening it was a fun episode, Shaw was hilarious especially when she brought wine to the book club then pulled out her gun, I love her, she’s great and I am soglad they made her part of the main cast.  Good choice.  Tuesdays @ 10PM (EST) on CBS.


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