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


April 12, 2023 by  


“The Miseducation of Metcalf 2” – The team jumps into action to find two missing coeds after their roommate Carly Cassidy’s (Colette McDermott) older brother is involved in a homicide that took place in their dorm room. Also, Hana becomes distracted when she meets someone online, on the CBS Original series FBI: MOST WANTED, Tuesday, April 11 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. Pictured: Keisha Castle-Hughes as Special Agent Hana Gibson. Photo: Mark Schäfer/CBS ©2023 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Let’s talk about Tuesday night’s TV!

FBI: I feared the worst when Scola’s case involved a pregnant woman given the Nina of it all. I’m very glad she made it out of it okay. I’m sad for him that he was considering leaving, but I’m glad they’re not dragging out that suspense and he’s sticking around.

I do wonder how the tension between him and Jubal/Isobel might play out in later episodes. He worked fine, here—and I loved how much Tiff was just there for him, at every step of the way—but it feels like we probably haven’t seen the last of that fallout.

AMERICAN AUTO: Loved, loved, loved having Kaliko Kauahi pop up as Tammy, the animal wrangler. (And I’m also very, very happy none of the bunnies got hurt. Yes, it’s a comedy, but…)

Absolutely not surprised Wesley could not handle Jack schmoozing well. And the attempt to make the slides hip and also appeal to middle America? Oh my God. I kept laughing.

FBI: INTERNATIONAL: Oh, I hope this doesn’t bite Smitty protecting Scott doesn’t bite them all in the butt…

I really loved the relationship Vo formed with the ballerina. I appreciated that it felt like we actually got a few extra minutes of character work in those scenes—the end allowed for a greater depth to the episode and the relationship. It was a lovely balance of case and personal.

WEAKEST LINK: Okay, it was kind of weird having the twins compete. In some ways, it feels like it’s almost a disadvantage, at least time-wise, to have two players? They have to converse and not risk one of them blurting out the wrong answer. (You can argue it meant double the chance to know the correct answer, but…I don’t know if it really played out that way.)

FBI: MOST WANTED: Well, this was a messed up episode. I’ll admit the beginning did throw me, because it didn’t quite feel MOST WANTED-y, but it certainly got there.

Also, I’m more than a little worried about Hana. Don’t get me wrong: She’s an absolute badass. But going rogue like this is going to cause problems…or, at the very least, put her in danger.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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