About Last Night...SUPERSTORE, GREY'S ANATOMY, SUPERNATURAL, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


March 8, 2019 by  


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Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV…

SUPERSTORE: I’m so glad this show is back.

Dina and Garrett accidentally starting childcare at the store was hilarious. It makes sense Dina isn’t gooey over Glenn’s daughter—it wouldn’t be in-character—but it was still fun seeing the two interact.

GREY’S ANATOMY: I get that Maggie was telling her truth, but yikes. Yikes. Yikes. Her biological parents weren’t two random people; if you’re doing a medical podcast, of course they’re going to be interested when you drop the news you’re the product of an affair between two renowned surgeons.

Owen and Amelia have been off-on for so many years. It really seemed like they stood a chance a few episodes back, but they have to be done for a significant amount of time now, right? Even if they love each other, they very clearly aren’t making each other happy, either.

SUPERNATURAL: Uhhhhhhh…Jack may be a problem. I really didn’t expect Michael to be done for good after the episode—even though EP Andrew Dabb teased it was a big one for him—but for a few minutes, it seemed like it could be fun to have Rowena host Michael and the guys go up against her.

THE BIG BANG THEORY: Of course they would experiment on the kids. Of course. I’m almost surprised they didn’t do it earlier. But what kind of experimenting is Leonard’s mom still doing on him?!

A.P. BIO: Aw, Jack wrote the kids letters of recommendation. I mean, it was after he used them for his own purposes, but it’s the thought that counts.

MOM: Rainn Wilson was actually really subdued on the show, which I appreciated; his character really needed to be quiet to bounce off of Bonnie. (Also, for her to take him seriously.)

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE: It makes sense Amy would have a brother she was super competitive against and Lin-Manuel Miranda was fun, but the best part of the episode was Boyle’s undercover plan for Holt, Terry, and Rosa.

WILL & GRACE: The show has been airing out of order—at times distractingly so—but airing the Valentine’s Day episode now, especially when David Schwimmer’s character has been off-screen for months due to them front-loading him (again, out of order) for the fall episodes felt weird.

Also, uh, that RBG storyline sure was a choice.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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