About Last Night...ONE CHICAGO, RIVERDALE, A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

About Last Night…ONE CHICAGO, RIVERDALE, A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, and More

December 6, 2018 by  

ONE CHICAGO, RIVERDALE, A MILLION LITTLE THINGS

Riverdale — “Chapter Forty-Two: The Man in Black” — Image Number: RVD307c_0129.jpg — Pictured (L-R): Riley Keough as Laurie and KJ Apa as Archie — Photo: Cate Cameron/The CW — © 2018 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Let’s talk about Wednesday’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: It was clear for a while that Will and Natalie wouldn’t actually tie the knot in 2018, but him being taken to witness protection (and the show doing a time jump!) wasn’t something I anticipated. (For more on what’s to come, here’s what the EPs teased.)

THE GOLDBERGS: It’s a bit bittersweet watching Barry and Lainey’s engagement play out. I assume it’ll end—given the upcoming spinoff—but it’s also weird to see Barry, who still feels like an overgrown child, try and do things like a bachelor party.

RIVERDALE: Of course Hiram is the man in black. Of course. Sigh.

CHICAGO FIRE: Given how big that opening crash was, it’s bonkers it was such a small part of the episode! I’m so glad Chloe survived that horrific accident—her parents gushing over Cruz was so cute—and I also expected Naomi to be killed off…I’m glad the show didn’t go that morbid.

But, also, yikes to someone not only getting into Casey’s place, but also setting that big of a fire without them realizing it. (For more on what’s to come, here’s what the EP teased.)

MODERN FAMILY: I feel like a grinch for this, but I’m not digging Haley’s pregnancy. But it’s nice the show hasn’t swept the loss of DeDe under the rug.

SEAL TEAM: Maybe this is harsh, but I totally get why Jason held off on allowing the last rites…it was legitimately all they had to work with. And given how action-heavy the episode was—and often in tight locations!—the direction was incredible. It looked gorgeous and intense, and that is not easy to do with the constraints of a television schedule.

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: James Roday is so, so good. Gary’s speech at his remission anniversary party was the perfect amounts of thankfulness, heartbreak, and pure anger over Jon leaving him. It felt brutally real. (Also, Ron Livingston’s ability to perform “Can’t Hold Us” in the flashbacks was impressive.)

CHICAGO P.D.: Oy, Dawson, you’re in trouble. It’s going to be interesting to see how they get out of him accidentally killing someone while high. I’m also worried how far he’ll spiral once the true depths of his daughter’s trauma is revealed. (For more on what’s to come, here’s what the EP teased.)

Which shows did you watch?

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