About Last Night...GREY'S ANATOMY, SUPERNATURAL, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


April 12, 2019 by  


GREY’S ANATOMY – “Good Shepherd” – Amelia and Link travel to New York to operate on a patient with a severe spinal deformity, but they’re in for more than they bargained for when Nancy Shepherd invites them to dinner at her home on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, APRIL 11 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Mitch Haaseth)

Let’s talk about Thursday’s TV!

GREY’S ANATOMY: Holy awkward dinner conversation. (It was delightful.) Amelia was very, very right that her sisters have kept her frozen in time, trapped by her own past/mistakes, but it’s also bonkers she never told them about her life-changing tumor. But how great was Link? I don’t know if the show is looking long-term for him (or the Link/Amelia) relationship, but I’m really enjoying it right now.

Also, Tyne Daly’s reaction shots during the meal from hell were so perfect.

SUPERSTORE: Man, Amy’s joy at learning her salary was so precious. I also loved that her promotion didn’t fundamentally change her relationship with Jonah (at least not yet), and Jonah didn’t fall for any of Dina’s tricks to try and break the couple up.

I don’t know why I’m surprised Garrett read Amy’s contract to the entire store—admittedly after Myrtle gave it to him—but I kind of was.

SUPERNATURAL: On one hand, every moment Mary got back on Earth was a bonus—she died decades ago, now she got time with her kids. On the other….come on. They just gave up John (in part so Mary could live) and we’re now officially in the final stretch of the series. Couldn’t they have one semi-win?

And, yes, it’s lovely that she’s in heaven with John. It’s a win for her in many ways. But it sucks for the guys that they lost both of their parents, again, this season.

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE: How did Jake and Amy not discuss whether they would want kids before they got married? Heck, even when they were just friends? It felt unbelievable to a distracting extent.

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT: The case was messed up from every angle—uh, including the poor innocent teacher who was the unexpected fallout of the lies/abuse.

I’m a bit surprised (but happy) Rollins brought up Olivia’s abortion—which apparently now didn’t happen. So, this, uh, “complicated” situation…now are they implying a miscarriage? An adoption?

THE TWILIGHT ZONE: I mostly enjoyed this episode. It felt very in-line with what the original show was, and Sanaa Lathan was great. It probably could have been cut down a little bit and not lost any impact (I’m still bummed the episodes aren’t 30-minutes), but my second-favorite installment of the new series.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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