I took Sunday night off from blogging so I could catch up on my writing and it finally paid off! I just wrote the last bit of the book I was working on, just in time to start writing my NaNo story on Thursday.
I did tune in for Revenge, though, so here’s the catch-up, along with the two shows I caught Tuesday night.
Kara Clarke reappears to Victoria and gets invited to stay with the Graysons just as Amanda comes out of her coma and is released from the hospital. Aiden starts fishing around at Grayson Global as Padma does likewise, without cause and without telling Nolan about it. Meanwhile, Emily learns a little more about her mother and why she disappeared.
Amanda talks to Kara, and gets the story on why she disappeared, said to be dead, so many years ago. Kara explains that because she was mentally ill, and as a result tried to kill Amanda, she decided it was best that Amanda think her dead while she sought help. Emily listens in at the door, on the verge of tears, as Amanda agrees to forgive her.
I don’t know what it is, but I still don’t trust Kara completely. Even her seemingly selfless decision, I don’t quite buy into the story. Something tells me David Clarke wouldn’t have just agreed to a plot like that, even if it was in Amanda’s best interest.
And, the writer is lurking around Amanda and Kara since the accident. It seems he has figured out what we all knew, that Amanda is not actually Amanda Clarke. I want to know what he has, because everybody else seems to be going along with the story so well, despite the obvious difference in what a grown up Amanda Clarke ought to look like.
New Girl (10/30)
Jess is still casually seeing the man from the “Katie” episode, but after finding out he’s a pediatric ER doctor and seeing him with one of his patients, her casual facade melts a bit and she realizes that she might want something more serious. Meanwhile, she is working at a haunted house as a zombie and is rendered creepy and almost unrecognizable when in costume.
Schmidt pulls off a hilarious rendition of both Abe Lincoln and Matthew McConaughey from Magic Mike for his Halloween costumes, while he tries to get closer to Cece again. Winston’s girlfriend goes as “Reigning Cats and Dogs” which I thought was the funniest part of the episode, but I might be alone in that one. The other characters certainly didn’t think it was that funny. And Nick hooks up with a girl he fell in love with in college, only to realize that she’s not as great as he thought she was.
Jess is really the perfect character for any holiday because she always makes it wacky and fun and a little weird in a great way. Lots of other stuff happened too: Nick punched Jess in the face, Jess has to break up with the pediatrician, Winston and his girlfriend split up, etc., but I won’t bog you down with too many details!
I knew Chloe had to be up to something when she was acting all sweet to the guy she appears with in this Halloween episode. It turns out, she has a thing where she plays a trick on someone every Halloween, a year in the making (she chooses her victims at James’s parties the year before), in which she ruins their life. Devilishly delicious, no?
June, of course, wants to discourage her from doing it this year because the guy she selected seems so sweet and they really seem like a good fit. Things do not go according to plan as it turns out that the guy already knows about Chloe’s plan and has been conning her all along into living out a chick flick (her worst nightmare).
Once she realizes she’s been beaten at her own game, she realizes she wants to give the guy a shot. It’s kind of like Down with Love only mean B—- style.
Because of Hurricane Sandy and the coverage of the damage the storm has done over the past couple days all along the eastern seaboard, the networks have suspended some of their programming in order to keep people up to speed on the storm.
I do have a couple friends out that way, so it’s been a little scary here wondering how everyone is making out (just found out one of them is safe and sound, so that was a relief!), but I hope they and everybody else are hunkered down and staying safe until the storm dissipates!
Happy Endings and Private Practice (I believe) did air as scheduled, so I will catch up with those soon. As to Halloween night’s shows, I can’t say for sure what is going to air as scheduled or what is going to be saved for the following week to cover the storm. Guys with Kids, Nashville, and Chicago Fire are all scheduled to air new episodes, but be sure to check your local listings as the regular time approaches, because it is possible they will be rescheduled.
Stay safe, and check back soon for updates on your favorite shows!
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