About Last Night...NEXT LEVEL CHEF, GHOSTS, and GREY'S ANATOMY - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


April 14, 2023 by  


GREY’S ANATOMY – “Shadow of Your Love/Mama Who Bore Me” – It’s Maggie’s last day. Amelia’s relationship with Kai is tested, and Ben worries as Bailey’s doxing intensifies. With Levi’s help, a patient celebrates a milestone. Jo processes a difficult diagnosis, and Maggie and Winston decide their future. THURSDAY, APRIL 13 (9:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (ABC/Liliane Lathan)

Let’s talk about Thursday night’s TV!

NEXT LEVEL CHEF: Note to self: You can’t watch a cooking segment that focuses on cheese without also eating cheese at the same time in the future. Otherwise, it’s torture.

Look, I actually thought Chef Stretch was brilliant by using his Time Token to give himself those extra ten seconds. Not only did it mean first dibs, but it also meant he wasn’t fighting anyone off and could take a beat. Now, it clearly didn’t work out for him, but it feels like outside of maybe upping the pressure for what’s expected of you, those perks highly outweigh deducting time from someone else.

I appreciate how supportive everyone is, but it felt like Shay was the right person to go home this week.

GHOSTS: Okay, so definitely not easy to try and plan a wedding for your kid when you’re a ghost and have to use a living friend as your go-between. But it was lovely Pete got that moment. And only a tiny bit alarming young Pete has memorized his grandpa’s journal.

But I’m so, so happy for Pete that he got to walk his daughter down the aisle—even if it hurt him, physically, to do it.

I’m both impressed by Pony and Bangs and terrified. To investigate a crime you committed? Pretty diabolical, Pony. (I would pay money to watch them watch an episode of a procedural and try to solve the mystery, though.)

[For more on the episode, here’s what Richie Moriarty shared.]

GREY’S ANATOMY: I’m truly glad Maggie felt more like Maggie in these two episodes. Despite their mess, she and Winston loved each other…they seemed to respect each other, at least back in the day. So while they were in very different places and they shouldn’t have stayed together—at least he shouldn’t have moved for her and she shouldn’t have stayed for him—at least them pausing their relationship with kindness versus venom was a relief.

I’m also glad we got a really lovely scene with Maggie and Richard. His gift of a tiny bench was lovely. And Maggie being with her two moms in the elevator? LOVED it.

Owen telling that story about Teddy was adorable. Hate that it was a turning point for Link, but loved seeing him pay homage to his history with Teddy and it being another step for the two of them back to each other.

(As someone who generally loves the friends-to-lovers trope, I wish I understood why Link and Jo don’t click for me. It’s not either of the actors. I think their friendship was almost too good, because now when Jo really needs a friend, I desperately wish she could lean on Link without the show playing with the “maybe they want more!!!!!” tension. Her daughter is undergoing a major health issue. Let Jo have someone who is unquestionably there for her, in an uncomplicated way. Sigh.)

Ugh, I’m worried about Bailey. And also worried about Amelia. Bailey’s safety seems to be a genuine concern. And with Amelia…she’s lost so much. Hopefully she has a good support system at work.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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