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


April 27, 2022 by  


“Face Off” – When a morning show host is murdered inside her home, the team tracks the killer, who they realize is targeting powerful women. Also, things become awkward for Scola when Special Agent Nina Chase becomes part of the team during Maggie’s recovery, on the CBS Original series FBI, Tuesday, April 26 (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): Jeremy Sisto as Assistant Special Agent in Charge Jubal Valentine and Alana De La Garza as Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille. Photo: David M. Russell/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Let’s talk about Tuesday night’s TV!

FBI: Okay, that mask is messed up?! Obviously this killer was messed up, but smart and effed up is a bad, dangerous combination.

It was interesting the show chose now to circle back to Isobel as boss, and the challenges between what the FBI wants and her trusting her own gut. It is in no way her fault Maggie got hurt, but it also makes sense, on paper, the blame would fall with her. And to go from that to her being targeted? Ow. Not a good day for Isobel. (I do wish they’d explore the Jubal and Isobel relationship a bit more.)

I also thought the show did a good job of working Nina back into the show. Obviously I miss Maggie, but Nina was an easy, natural substitute.

JUDGE STEVE HARVEY: Normally I’m against kids suing their parents, but I felt awful for the man whose mom threw his collectibles away. (Also, my God, she didn’t even sell them? Throwing them away is such a waste.)

FBI: INTERNATIONAL: The “good boy” when Tank found the drugs?! Perfect. #TeamTank.

Well, I absolutely thought Scott’s “friend” was sketchy, but not only was she not—seemingly—bad, but she sure got out of the picture fast. I really hope Scott went to Jamie as just a friend at the end, because she doesn’t deserve to be used by him after he got rejected by someone else. (I do think it was really, really important, though, that Scott realized how much his own experiences have warped his view of relationships so far.)

NAME THAT TUNE: The show really does feel different when it’s celebrities compared to civilians, and that’s neither an insult or praise. The celeb version was fun, in the sense that the contestants often knew each other and it was for charity. But they also weren’t consistently great, which meant there could be really lopsided games. With this, it was a lot more even, but it also meant the stakes for them winning or losing was a lot more personal—they were playing for life-changing money.

FBI: MOST WANTED: Okay, Justin is smart as hell. He not only saved his own life, but God knows how many others he saved by messing with Janine’s gun. And using the brake lights for morse code? Yeah, I’d like to somehow see more of him.

But, yikes, Remy’s mom is kind of evil? I feel awful she’s sick now, and I know people say things in the midst of unbearable grief. But to tell your kid he should have been the one who died and never make amends for that?? Yeah, that’s not okay.

NEW AMSTERDAM: When it became clear last week this was not a few people having a bad night and something being done to them, it still didn’t clear up if the people would be okay. The good news? They are, in theory. But poor Sharpe…all she did was come to visit Max and now her entire life has been overhauled for who knows how long? I’m happy the duo got engaged, but I’m so sad for them both that she’s dealing with this huge medical crisis.

Wilder…oh Wilder. She remains the best and an absolute badass. I’m glad she was able to confront the bartender, even if it was gutting to know they were targeted because they were medical professionals.

Iggy………………………I just…wow. I get he didn’t physically cheat. But the deception was not good and was always going to blow up in his face.

I don’t get how Reynolds is going to be okay with knowing he has a kid out there, but if you say so, sir… 

[For more on the episode, here’s what the executive producers had to say about Sharpe’s upcoming medical journey.]

Which shows did you watch last night?

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