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


October 25, 2019 by  


GREY’S ANATOMY – “Breathe Again” – Meredith has a court hearing after skipping out on community service, while Bailey and Jo have a patient that Jo realizes is from the treatment facility. Richard and Gemma grab breakfast together and things go awry on “Grey’s Anatomy,” THURSDAY, OCT. 24 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Kelsey McNeal)

Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV!

SUPERSTORE: Man, I want to see Jonah with Parker. And I hope Amy can trust naps going forward, because that woman deserves one.

Really smart of the show to have Mateo stay in the store via that loophole of different companies having spots in the store, but if this continues, I wonder how this will impact his time with the regulars.

SUPERNATURAL: Ruth Connell and Jared Padalecki were so, so great in Rowena’s final scenes.

For as serialized as the show has been, there are still a lot of episodes to go. And…now the Winchesters have lost a huge chunk of allies.

GREY’S ANATOMY: Ben was so happy that Bailey was pregnant…it makes me sad by how devastated he and Bailey are going to be when things fall apart. (Not a spoiler, just a guess.)

While Jo was correct about the ethical dilemma of treating her therapist, I’m glad we got to see more of her time in therapy—and her utilizing the techniques.

THE GOOD PLACE: The series has been pretty great with effects, but, yikes, the green screen was so obvious. I have sympathy about how difficult production is, but it was legitimately distracting.

Outside of that, there was a nice moment when Janet acknowledged how hard it must have been for Michael to return to the Bad Place, and he admitted it was hard to be reminded of who he used to be. But it largely felt like a forgettable episode. (Though the Kevin Spacey joke made me laugh.)

MOM: Aww, poor Mary. The death didn’t hit me the way the other ones have, but it was fascinating to see how it made the women reconsider their lives and reassess their relationships.

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS: Oh my gosh, how did Rome not see a slight problem with parroting his fight with Regina in a national commercial?!

It was lovely that Delilah included all of their friends in the family photo, but poor Seymour got totally screwed out of his photo session.

WILL & GRACE: Yikes, that was a rough premiere. It also doesn’t feel entirely great that the show is going back down the path it went during the first series. Not only because it’s been done, but it led to an insane estrangement the show has already undone. If they end the series basically the same way as the first one…

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT: As well as Carisi’s move to ADA has worked, the downside of him making the shift pre-season starting was we didn’t get to see the real, raw reactions to him swapping jobs. Rollins’ outburst was real, painful, and made my jaw drop. I wish we had gotten to see the resolution to their fight—when she walked him out near the end—but at least their cards are on the table.

CASTLE ROCK (The first three episodes): Okay, a few things:

1) Lizzy Caplan is incredible as Annie. The way she’s entirely changed her mannerisms and walk is unreal.

2) The ice cream scooper scene? GOOD GOD, MAN. I curled into myself because yikes.

3) I knew Jerusalem’s Lot was in the trailer, but I really expected the season to be about Annie in Castle Rock. When the bats flew out in the final moments of the premiere, I was very excited—and even moreso when the Marsten House popped up.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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