About Last Night...MASTERCHEF JUNIOR, GREY'S ANATOMY, LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


May 13, 2022 by  

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME — “Streets Is Waiting” Episode 221 — Pictured: Christopher Meloni as Det. Elliot Stabler — (Photo by: Peter Kramer/NBC)

Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV!

MASTERCHEF JUNIOR: Well, this was an episode that made me deeply crave baked goods. There were a lot of odd choices for what they made, though, because if you’re crafting stuff for kids, you probably do want to make it a bit more basic? (Because how many kids are going to want something wildly experiment-y taste in their dessert?)

A’Don may be the luckiest contestant this show has ever had. He’s been in the bottom two so many times, and yet he keeps sticking around.

LAW & ORDER: Oh, that’s only slightly alarming to think that a phone in a car utilizing bluetooth could give it access to everything. I’m sure it’s true (I watched PERSON OF INTEREST; I trust no technology), but… yikes.

Price’s brother dying of an oxy overdose…sir, how did you think you were going to hide that? And to keep that information from Sam, too?? Bad choice. Hugh Dancy was great in the scenes, though, and I’m glad Price was ultimately able to get his verdict.

GREY’S ANATOMY: Oh my God, this episode was a roller coaster. I was literally laughing out loud as Richard was accidentally high, as he searched for snacks, sang very loud, and generally acted like a giddy kid. It was a gut punch when he opened up to Meredith about understanding how she felt haunted by Seattle, because he felt the same way after Ellis died. But then the final kick that Catherine’s cancer had progressed and that’s why she had quietly been drinking the cannabis-infused juices? Ouch. Poor Richard. But what a beautiful use of the show’s history to be both respectful and devastating.

LAW & ORDER: ORGANIZED CRIME: Good lord, this show looks like a movie. Those actions sequences were insane, both with Elliot and Belladonna running everywhere and then that bonkers Stabler-residence-destroying fight scene.

Given Frank was planning on cutting out of town, I’m kind of surprised he basically gave the Brotherhood to Elliot. He clearly was trying to continue to set him up, but at the same time, why not just run??

I do hope Derrick also gets the heck out of town, at least temporarily, because your sister needing to shoot you in order to save your life is not a small thing. If he doesn’t listen to her, especially when Webb discovers how he’s been betrayed, he’s going to be in real jeopardy.

I loved Jet and Elliot this episode. Her concern about him once it was clear he was in danger—and being uncomfortable with the need to express it—was great. As was her coming to his place at the end to confirm, yep, Stabler’s dad faked the shooting he got a medal for. I’m glad she had a friend who was able to get him a bit of closure.

(Okay, but with the Stabler family apartment now absolutely ransacked, can they revamp some things—I’m sorry, they need a second bathroom!)

Which shows did you watch last night?

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