About Last Night...FBI, CELEBRITY WHEEL OF FORTUNE, THE ROOKIE, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


November 7, 2022 by  


“Double Bind” – As the team works to rescue a 5-year-old kidnapping victim, Scola suspects the boy’s mother isn’t being forthcoming about why her son was targeted. Also, Nina struggles to open up to Scola about matters in their relationship, on a one-time-only Sunday airing of the CBS Original series FBI, Nov. 6 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET; 8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. “Double Bind” — Coverage of the CBS Original Series FBI, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Pictured (L-R): John Boyd as Special Agent Stuart Scola and Shantel VanSanten as Nina Chase. Photo: Bennett Raglin/CBS ©2022 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Let’s talk about Sunday night’s TV!

FBI: It was pretty instantly clear that Nina was pregnant, and I spent the rest of the episode worried she would be killed or lose the pregnancy while out in the field. I’m very, very, very glad I was wrong. (If she opts to not move forward with the pregnancy, that’s her choice! But I didn’t want the decision taken out of her hands.)

Logistically, it makes sense for Nina to leave before Maggie returns, but this was a way I admittedly didn’t see coming prior to the episode starting. I’m glad Nina is getting some space to figure out what she wants to do, and I hope she and Scola can wind up on the same page, wherever they land.

[For more on the episode, here’s what showrunner Rick Eid said about Nina’s pregnancy.]

THE MASKED SINGER: This was really an episode where I wish this new format wasn’t in play—maaaaybe someone (anyone) would have had an idea about Milkshake if it wasn’t a one-and-done deal? Alas.

CELEBRITY WHEEL OF FORTUNE: Oh my God, Michael Rappaport editorializing and losing a round because he added “my girl” due to his real-life friendship with Tiffany Haddish…I would still be kicking myself. (I don’t blame him and he was clearly miserable. But what a terrible way to lose a round.)

It was actually a really fun, even game. Yeah, June Diane Raphael won both games, but it felt close and they all seemed to be having a great time with each other. A fun episode!

THE ROOKIE: Oh, man, poor Thorsen. He didn’t intentionally manipulate his, well, puppy, but you can’t ignore the evidence, even if it leads you to someone you wish it hadn’t.

(And, yes, Nolan was right: the widow was too surprised with how her husband was killed and not that he was. Immediately suspect.)

I do not trust Elijah…not one bit. I’m worried this is going to bite Wesley in the butt in a way that’s not clear yet.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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