About Last Night...NEXT LEVEL CHEF, GREY'S ANATOMY, DAISY JONES & THE SIX, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


March 10, 2023 by  


GREY’S ANATOMY – “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” – A ghost from Simone’s past arrives just in time for Mika and Lucas’ epic house party. Jules and Blue watch Maggie risk it all on a special case, while Jo and Link help a woman through a stressful labor. THURSDAY, MARCH 9 (9:00-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Raymond Liu)

Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV!

NEXT LEVEL CHEF: Game is such a hard category that it almost feels like it should have been later in the show? So many people having to cook with proteins they’ve never used before feels dangerous.

I know it’s a competition, but if you’re on a team, couldn’t April’s teammates have helped? Maybe a little?

GHOSTS: This was a bit of a difficult episode for me. The first Elias episode was one of the show’s best, so any sequel, of sorts, would be held up to a higher standard. And while the Chumbawamba/”Tubthumping” gag made me laugh, as did Jay cooking under Flower’s influence, something just didn’t entirely click right for me.

GREY’S ANATOMY: Much like the GHOSTS situation, the GREY’S episode suffered from history…the interns’ party in season 1 was so iconic and memorable for the series, that it just would have been impossible for anything to live up to that. And there were moments when they clearly were trying to. (An ex from your old life being there, the dancing, etc.) As it was, Daniel’s storyline/reveal was my favorite part of the episode, and Harry Shum Jr. did a great job with it. I was a little underwhelmed with much of the rest of it.

And, Simone, what are you doing?? This will not end well.

DAISY JONES & THE SIX: Billy and Daisy getting passive-aggressive via songs they wrote for each other? Chef’s kiss. Absolutely loved watching the roller coaster of them creating “Aurora,” and the context of how these songs (fictionally) came to be makes it extra delicious to listen to the album. (Also, there’s no way to not think of that Billy-Daisy fight and kiss while listening to “More Fun to Miss.”)

Honestly, I could have watched an entire bottle episode of them writing. It’s not to take away from the rest of the cast—and certainly there’s a complexity to showcasing how people write songs, even if it’s together, because the writing process, in general isn’t very show-y—but Daisy and Billy fighting with and for each other is just compulsively watchable. They want what’s best for the music (most of the time), which means there’s so much to work with when they come at songs from different places…or on the flip side, it’s equally captivating when they are entirely in sync and in the zone.

For as dysfunctional as Daisy and Billy are, Karen and Graham are the opposite and absolutely the sweetest. I mean, yes, they have their mess (her making a move while his girlfriend was waiting for him in the car outside of the house? Chutzpah!), but they were in their little happy bubble as they were creating magic.

I said this last week, and I’ll say it every week, but Camila deserves better than what she gets from Billy and I’m glad she got a secret of her own…even if getting entangled with her husband’s bandmate is maaaaaaaybe not the best decision.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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