About Last Night...THE MASKED SINGER, SCHOOLED, CHICAGO P.D., and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


February 13, 2020 by  


SCHOOLED – “Singled Out” – In honor of Valentine’s Day, Principal Glascott hosts a “dating game” based on the show “Singled Out” where Lainey uses the opportunity to figure out her feelings. Meanwhile, Felicia is having body-image issues and Coach Mellor organizes a workout camp to help her self-esteem on an all-new episode of “Schooled,” WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12 (8:30-9:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Eric McCandless)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

THE GOLDBERGS: Beverly “preventa”-ing is absolutely in character, but my goodness…if I was Adam, I would have melted into the floor (or run away) when the singers showed up.

THE MASKED SINGER: This was probably the worst episode of the series.

Here’s the thing: I get that the people voting are a very, very, very small portion of the viewing audience. And I get White Tiger was fun the first couple of weeks. But this week, he sounded absolutely awful and wasn’t anywhere close to as entertaining as he’s been. And yet he somehow stayed on and CHAKA KHAN was voted off???

Great singers have been eliminated before. It’s certainly not a first there. But I can’t say the show has ever had a contestant that was so clearly out of their element scrape by like this.

CHICAGO MED: Will…is making some life choices! And even if Natalie didn’t realize the abused wife might have been willing to risk her own life to escape from the monster of a husband, why did she leave her alone with him? Crockett was right about the tragedy of an abuse victim now going to jail because she was finally able to get free from her tormentor.

SCHOOLED: Okay, Glascott replacing the supermodel photos with images of Felicia being a badass got me emotional. And using “Unpretty”? Double whammy.

CHICAGO FIRE: Stella having the other firefighters show Gallo their burns was the perfect move. I also feel bad for Brett that her birth mother is now being so aggressive about getting back in touch? I hope Brett’s biological mother isn’t just trying to use her for an organ or something sketchy.

MODERN FAMILY: Uh, did anyone else feel kind of bad for the cast that wasn’t a part of the Paris episode?

CHICAGO P.D.: I enjoyed the episode, but it was hard at points to concentrate given what we know Burgess and Ruzek were going through. It’s a tough line to walk, because it’s not really the kind of show that would spend an hour with them processing their grief, but I kept thinking about what Burgess, especially, was going through in the immediate aftermath. But I’ve been really enjoying the addition of Rojas to the team; it was kind of Voight to lie to her about the gun so she didn’t entirely spiral.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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