About Last Night....FBI, FBI: INTERNATIONAL, FBI: MOST WANTED, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


March 30, 2022 by  


“Protective Details” – After an ICE agent is fatally shot at an ICE vs. DEA hockey game, the team attempts to find the shooter who they believe may also be targeting Congressman Curtis Grange (Brett Cullen), who was at the same game, on the CBS Original series FBI, Tuesday, March 29 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+*.
Pictured (L-R) Brett Cullen as Curtis Grange and Zeeko Zaki as Special Agent Omar Adom ‘OA’ Zidan
Photo: David M. Russell/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Let’s talk about Tuesday night’s TV!

FBI: Okay, so was someone on the writing staff an X-FILES fan who had fun with “Agent Mulder” being repeated throughout the hour? If so, well done.

But, seriously, OA is such a good human. Grange was hateful and even his “excuses” for his dangerous rhetoric were abysmal. But he did his job, as best he could, and Grange skirted protection and died. But rather than wipe his hands clean of the situation, OA still made sure to talk with Grange’s orphaned kid. OA deserves the world.

JUDGE STEVE HARVEY: All in all, this was a relatively tame episode. It’s a lot more bonkers when it’s family suing each other, but business deals gone awry/alleged stolen property? Piece of cake, all things considering.

FBI: INTERNATIONAL: I love Vo, but how did she not see Raines’ trick coming a mile away? Of course he was going to go find his sister. I’m glad she was able to help him from afar as he went rogue, though, and that Raines was able to get his sister back safely.

Jamie and Scott figuring out that the investigation into them wasn’t personal—and wasn’t even the flimsy excuse about it being a good way to smoke out Angela—was just perfect. Even when their relationship is messy as hell, their dynamic is gold.

NAME THAT TUNE: I’m with Kelly Osbourne—that Dua Lipa clue was misleading and made it seem like it was going to be “New Rules,” so…it kind of feels like a cheat?

I, uh, was definitely loud when Vernon messed up his final round. It took so long for him to get Queen?! You can’t waste a third of your time on a single song!

FBI: MOST WANTED: Well, that’s a screwed up family. The couple brutally murdering their employees and seemingly being okay with leaving their daughter—even temporarily—seemed heartless, with the husband appearing to be especially cruel. And while he was in no way a good guy (and his lies got the family in the situation to begin with), it was the wife’s dangerous family who took things to the next level.

I’m glad Barnes is going to get the time to spend with her family…she deserves it, and it absolutely makes sense losing Jess would cause her to reconsider her priorities. I’m sad it seems we won’t get her as the new team leader is introduced, but I look forward to what the new team dynamic is like when they’re all eventually together.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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