Fresh Off The Boat sends Jessica and Louis to “Shaquille O’Neal Motors” on their 12th anniversary to buy a much-needed second car. Jessica gets her groove back and it comes with the keys to a new 1995 Honda Accord.
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Gotham follows up “Knock, Knock” with another surprise filled episode, “The Last Laugh”. Cameron Monaghan delivers another incredible performance in a Jerome heavy plot.
Fresh Off The Boat pits Eddie against bullies and heartache this week with “Boy II Man.” Jessica is in serious son-control mode throughout this episode, and maybe even goes a step too far. She isn’t interested in being friends with her boys; she just wants them to obey her.
The villains play for keeps in “Knock, Knock.” The Gotham team fires out spectacular stories and set ups for its amazing cast. I’ll say it, this one incredible episode was better than all of The Dark Knight Rises.
Fresh Off The Boat returns from summer vacation with a “Family Business Trip” to Gator World. Chillin’ Eddie is back for seventh grade and Jessica nails a hotel with her Child Disfigurement Fee.
Gotham returns with its second season: Bruce Wayne has just discovered a secret massage leading to a secured door under Wayne Manor, Jim Gordon is back in uniform, and Harvey Bullock is tending bar. The real story is the evolution of the Gotham villains. This season, “Rise of the Villains” blasts off to an incredible start.
Walter Larson has the fate of the world on his shoulders and the scent Joanne Larson on his lips as the first season of The Brink comes to an exciting close.
Charlie welcomes a new bundle of joy and Ken says goodbye to an old pain in the ass in the Aquarius season finale. “Old Ego is a Too Much Thing” brings the first season to an exciting close.
Walter and Talbot score a huge victory against Gen. Zaman with “Just a Little Crazy Talk.” Even Pierce acknowledges the incredible results of his nemesis.
Zaman remains in charge of Pakistan when the ill-planned U.S. Airstrike sends Raja up in a puff of smoke. Gen. Zaman launches against Tel Aviv and Walter Larson launches against Pierce Grey.
Charlie suspects Sadie of betraying Emma in “(Please Let Me Love You And) It Won’t Be Wrong” and goes all Manson on her while a documentary crew slithers around the compound capturing Charlie’s creeptopia.
A surgical strike hits Zaman’s palace and obliterates Larson’s plan, his career, and Talbot’s chances with Fareeda, seven female students are in a real Sticky Wicket , and Talbot almost proves that weed is mightier than an airstrike on The Brink.
In Your Mother Should Know, Manson’s mom visits the Aquarius world. Charlie has some really strong feelings about his mother and experiences vicious emotional swings while she’s around. They chew up scenes together.
Aquarius takes a look at journalistic ethics in It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding). A Hispanic editor at The Times discovers there is a closet Cuban detective working at LAPD.
Seven female students get their Wi-Fi back and Tweet Tweet Tweet, until locked down in the embassy.
The Israeli Prime Minister rests the fate of his nation and Walter’s grand plan on a race between his grandchildren… so please, Swim, Shmuley, Swim!
Walter Larson’s bladder could explode before the Middle East and only Alex Talbot can deliver relief, while Zeke considers the duality of Bruce Wayne/Batman as a cure for his love life.
“Half-Cocked” is just an expression, but it brings another nation to The Brink. “Half Cocked” and “No Shit” are taken literally in another hilarious episode of this extraordinary show. Thank God we live in a country where we can write, produce, and cast this kind of television.
American Odyssey ends its first season on a high note. Glen threatens Ballard, and her family, in Barcelona, but she crushes him like the treacherous bug that he is. Alex Baker and Glen both get what they deserve, but Aslam is all alone in the real world.
There is nothing overly clever about the crimes on this show, no need for a specially gifted genius or technology driven teams to solve cases. The crimes, and the difficulties solving them, are rooted in social ills.
This show is funny top to bottom. Talbot has to escape the Pakistani army, Zeke has to level out and calm down, and Larson has to keep his pants on long enough to execute a peaceful solution. Looking forward to march of lunacy The Brink promises to deliver.
If real change were easy, everyone would be doing it. We all deal with the stress of transformation in different ways, if at all. If there’s a more destructive way to deal with change, Hodiak is looking for it. For now, drinking, driving, and beatings will have to do.
This American OdysseyBallard uses death as a way out of “Gingerbread,” and Ruby finds out lead doesn’t kill assassins, love does. But really, it is the lead.
Aquarius gets better and better and so do the performances from the cast of Home is Where You’re Happy. David Duchovny continues his master class in character as Det. Hodiak closes cases while losing his son.
This American Odyssey, Frank goes down in the best way. Yusuf and Harrison both get Fubar Bundy. Bob deals with the loss of his mother and Ballard deals in lead.