It's going to be a long spring. Anyway, last of the catch-ups from the last two weeks, so enjoy!
Go OnIt's the end of the world, and the group in Go On is planning a holiday party/end of the world party. No cliffhanger though, for it being the winter finale. Lauren and Wyatt get engaged, with a snow making machine behind them (it kicks in a little late, but it was really sweet).
|Steven after 6, not 5, glasses of wine.|
Sweet episode, not quite as goofy or gimmicky as some of the other episodes lately, but I was expecting a bigger twist going into the break.
The New NormalBryan and David start baby-proofing the house, when they realize that part of the problem is the example they're setting. Both David and Goldie have been indulging a little too much in the holiday excuse to eat whatever they want, while Bryan has been drinking a little more wine than usual. Nana meanwhile has turned into a really sweet lady because of the holiday eggnog.
Bryan comes through and does Nana a favor by getting her an interview with the "realtor to the stars" and telling her it's time for her to move forward.
|Brad as trophy wife.|
Happy EndingsHi-larious! Dave and Max are trying to one up this guy Brody on the fist-bump hand-shake tricks, with Dave convinced that he is the one who invented "down-low, too slow".
Jane is trying to get into the "boys club" at work and she discovers the only thing that works is to verbally abuse Brad behind his back like her coworkers do to their wives.
Brad is all right with it at first, especially when she calls him a trophy wife, but when she embarrasses him in front of her coworkers when he comes by the car dealership, he starts acting out. Case in point, he walks in complaining about the country club like any other trophy wife would, carrying his new teacup pig "Carnitas".
|Penny's sneaky way of having dates with Pete without|
telling him she was told by her doctor to wear a helmet for
the next month!
Finally, she tells him the truth and, happily, he doesn't run in the other direction. What a nice guy!
Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23June watches as Chloe leaves in the evening drinking and comes back in the morning still drunk, while Chloe realizes June is always eating when she comes and goes.
|The guy Chloe thinks she's dating vs. the guy she's actually dating.|
Props to Thomas Lennon (guy on the right) who is always hilarious to watch!
|June, trying to network, and failing.|
She asks James about whether Chloe has ever been so drunk she didn't realize what the guy actually looks liked, and he explains her "martini goggles" situation.
|James's new dance partner,|
Angie, guest appearance by
Meanwhile James has to pull some dirty dancing politics to get rid of his eight-time loser partner for Dancing with the Stars. He puts down money to fund a movie she wants to play in and gets her off shooting that while he gets paired up with another prospective dance partner. Win!
BONUS:Hulu has been showing a new Pinnacle vodka commercial and I noticed after a couple viewings that the guy doing the voiceover is one of my favorite people of all time.
Can you recognize him by his voice? (No peeking! Answer is below!)
Pinnacle Vodka: "It's more fun, on top."
NO PEEKING! ALREADY WATCHED? SCROLL DOWN TO SEE WHO THAT AWESOME VOICEOVER VOICE IS!
That was Edward Burns doing a vodka comerical. How f*cking awesome is that. If you don't know who Edward Burns is, I don't think we can be friends anymore. Just kidding. but seriously, look him up. He's probably one of the greatest directors, not to mention screenwriters, of his generation. Right up there with Ben Affleck. Just less famous.
Up next:YAY! I'm all caught up! Revenge is off for the break, but CBS Monday is jam-packed--new HIMYM, a one-hour block of 2 Broke Girls with the opening of the cupcake shop, and a new Five-0. Despite the hour-long show, 2 Broke Girls is over for the break just yet--new episodes next week too if Xfinity's TV schedule is to be believed.
Tuesday is also new, with everything on the regular schedule except for Go On and The New Normal which are on break until Jan. 8th. Wednesday, just new Chicago Fire and AHS in the line-up, and Thursday is still packed with new Burn Notice, Sunny, Grey's, Last Resort, Elementary, and an hour-long holiday special from Up All Night.
Also, AMC and ABC Family are running holiday movies this month, so if you're looking for some extra Christmas movies to tune into, check out ABC Family's 25 Days of Christmas schedule and the line-up at AMCTV.com.