Just asking: did anyone tune in for the Psych! Slumber Party Friday night? It was a blast! I didn’t quite make it through the whole marathon, but I loved catching up with the guys and can’t wait for the premiere, Feb. 27!
Now, catch-ups from last week’s Chicago Fire, Grey’s, and Suits!
People get saved by the bell (alarm) too often in this show. Pouch is growing up adorably, though!
Down to brass tacks: Dawson’s brother got shot at the end of last week’s episode, and this week’s episode starts out with her rushing him to the hospital in an ambulance she flags down in the middle of the street.
With her brother’s life and his family in jeopardy because of the case he was working on, Dawson takes it upon herself to try to get the case wrapped up so that the threats will end.
Her first mistake is going to the same cop who tried to kill Kasey a few months back. He does help her get to the bottom of the case, but at what price? We’ll see how she has to work off her debt to the dirty cop over the next few weeks, I’m sure.
After Kasey’s mom misses her curfew, he kicks her out. She finally explains why she killed his father, and it brings up some not so nice memories, as well as some even less nice new information, but it’s clear he needs time to process.
Meanwhile, Herrmann runs into a problem when he realizes the kind of person he’s partnered up with for the bar is a thug. He edges him out, promising him 1% for doing nothing, just to walk away.
The docs finally move on the hospital. But, for one thing, they can’t say anything to Owen about the plan because of all the confidentiality agreements and nondisclosures he signed, for another, Pegasus moves up the date of the purchase.
This spins out of control into a new mess of problems–Cristina has to lie to Owen. The attendings all quit in order to make Pegasus pull out of the sale, throwing Owen and Alana for a loop.
Meanwhile, Kepner is worried about telling her new EMT guy about her virginity situation, but he explains he’s kind of in the same boat. She almost tells him she’s not really a virgin, but has every intention of waiting until marriage now, but he seems so earnest that she stops and lets him go on thinking they’re both virgins.
I haven’t heard anything yet about an end to the season anytime soon, so I hope that means we get to watch this play out!
Things get a little dicey as Scotty shows up again and wants to bring her firm in on the former class action, which will allow Pearson and Hardman to take on the suit that’s now been split up into individual cases without as much financial worry as before.
Mike and Rachel get into a minor feud with the new girl, Katrina, as she begins taking credit for Mike’s work and treats Rachel with a little too much condescension to sit well with her.
Rachel finds out that she didn’t get into Harvard. The only person she is able to tell is Louis. Louis thinks that his relationship with the recruiter created some kind of problem, so he goes to see her again to see if he can pull some strings on Rachel’s behalf.
Harvey predictably gets a little too close to Scotty, but Donna sees right through her. I don’t care for Scotty–she’s got something up her sleeve. Even if Harvey is wise to her tricks, I have a feeling he may not see the next thing coming.
We are back to a full schedule this week with another mess of a Tuesday night line-up. Monday is all new for the regulars, as is Tuesday, with new episodes of Go On, The New Normal, New Girl, Justified, Smash, and the premiere of Cult on the CW.
I think I may have to skip both Smash and Cult and catch up online later in the week. As much as I’d like to watch the new premiere, Justified and New Girl are too problematic to catch up with later, so they’re sort of a “must-see” for that reason.
Next Sunday, Revenge has the week off so that ABC can air the Oscars. And, next week, we have another new premiere, Golden Boy debuts on CBS Tuesday, 2/26. It sounds interesting…
Also, looking ahead–we have a date. Mad Men, season 6 premiere, April 7, AMC! Be there. We finally have a premiere date for Bates Motel on A&E–a series prequel to Hitchcock’s Psycho. It premieres March 18 on A&E, and with Vera Farmiga playing Norman’s mother, you can bet I will be checking this one out!
Sorry for all the photos, but I had to add this last one! How much does this kid look like a young Anthony Perkins!? Creepy!
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