The gang tries to cure Barney’s hangover with his special hangover drink, but they have to figure out how to wake him up first to get the secret ingredient.
The wedding pictures are soon, and while they consider running the “Weekend at Barney’s” play, Robin winds up canceling the photos.
Though they do succeed in waking Barney up long enough to get the secret ingredient, which turns out to be nothing, but they realize that the drink only came up for each of them when Barney knew they really needed a pick-me-up of gargantuan proportions. Barney may have been shallow and self-centered for most of the time they’ve known him, but he is nothing if not a good-hearted loyal friend who always has a bro’s back when they needed it.
When Caroline gets the straight guy at the hair salon school, she walks out of her appointment, not trusting him to be able to give her the cut she wants. Meanwhile, Max stays and gets Dame Edna hair, which she sports the entire episode.
Caroline is stressing because Nicholas has gotten his wife to Skype her and give her verbal and visual permission for him to sleep with Caroline. She brings Max and Deke as buffers when she goes to Nicholas’s apartment for dinner, but Max has to intervene and share a bed with Caroline so Caroline won’t share one with Nicholas.
When Ryan, Max and Mike get a hold of Luke, they hold him ransom in exchange for Joe. Lily decides to play ball, and drugs Joe in order to keep him home to make sure nothing goes any way other than hers.
The group is planning to flee the country, and everybody’s packing, but Emma is immediately suspicious. Then, when she finds Joe drugged, she, Amanda and Joe escape the group, leaving Lily and her “family” to get what’s coming to them. Joe still has Jana, after all, to tip him off to the FBI’s movements and keep him out of harm’s way. Joe doesn’t like being manipulated and Lily’s roofie was the last straw.
Joe: I’m done with you and your International House of Psychos.
Get it? It’s IHOP 😀
Meanwhile, Mike has discovered something to get him back on Ryan’s side, agreeing that Joe Carroll is alive and the FBI has a mole who has been helping Carroll. Right now, all we’ve had are suspicions, but Mike has a good head on his shoulders, and he would not go off the rails like he did in this episode for no good reason.
Whether out of fury, revenge, or pure hatred, Mike gets a hold of Luke and just keeps hitting until his face is no more than a bloody pulp on the ground, a patch of ground that looked quite similar to where he and Ryan found Debra’s body buried just last year. Has Mike gone off the deep end, or is he finally realizing that the only way to beat these people is to show them you’re not afraid to spill a little blood the old-fashioned way? I haven’t made up my mind yet.
From the looks of it, Lily and her kids may be on their way into federal custody, but she is nowhere near finished playing games with Ryan Hardy. He killed Jemel, Giselle, and now Luke is dead – whether by his hand or not, she considers him responsible for her family’s dwindling numbers.
While I’m sure Lily Grey will prove to be more than another thorn in Ryan’s side, I am much more curious to find out where Joe and the girls go, and what havoc lies ahead for them to wreak, and what will become of Mike Weston, now that he’s proved he can be a cold-blooded killer just like Joe… Stay tuned!
May I just say, well done, writers. Well done.
Raylan has to chase after a hacker who has taken over an online gaming website, but manages to get on the guy’s bad side – as Raylan is wont to do – and the guy hacks his credit cards.
But that’s not the best part. Ava manages to drum up some business for Boyd and get herself protection in one swift move. Once she finds out the religious nuts are bringing in heroin for the other inmates, she finds a way to help Boyd move the heroin he has coming in, avoid having to screw one of the guards to move the current supply in, and maintain a protective shield around her from the other inmates all at the same time. The woman is nothing if not an operator.
Raylan is still on Art’s shit list, and he asks Art to transfer him, not necessarily to Florida, but anywhere. Anywhere where he doesn’t have to pull scut work every day and feel like a second class deputy.
Boyd and Crowes head down to Mexico to pick up their heroin and take care of the Cousin Johnny problem. Once again, Danny Crowe goes off the handle, shooting like a wild man without provocation, or with a paranoid sense of provocation, and they have one dead body on their hands, but when Cousin Johnny shoots his mouth off, Boyd puts a bullet in him just like he was anybody else.
We knew Boyd was a tough character, crazy as hell, and has a mean streak in him, but killing his own cousin was a pretty cold move. I don’t blame him, but he’s gotten into a bad habit lately of cleaning up one mess just to make another.
I haven’t made up my mind quite yet about this one, but I kind of dig it.
Steve Zahn is totally out of control, and I can’t decide if it’s over the top, or just crazy enough. He’s sort of a cross between David Krumholtz’s Charlie Eppes in Numb3rs, James Roday’s Shawn Spencer from Psych, and maybe a little Red Ross from Friends (David Schwimmer). Highly intelligent, very excitable, and occasionally a little crazy and violent.
Christian Slater is Ross, the one who appears to be the solid one, but he’s got his own problems. He went to prison for fraud, and his brother Clark (Zahn) has just hired Ross’s ex-wife to help out at the office. She also happens to be the one who turned Ross in and sent him to prison.
The premise is interesting: Clark has studied human behavior and believes that they can make a business out of helping people who need it by using that psychology and understanding of human behavior to get their clients what they want. “Like Jedi Mind Trick” them. It goes deeper than mere grifting and stops short of ancient religions and magic. Sort of a cross between Leverage, helping the people who really need it, taking on big medical insurance companies, and the Mentalist or Lie to Me.
The last Christian Slater series, Breaking In, was a complete failure (no idea how it made it to 20 episodes, I don’t think I made it past two or three), but this one has potential. It has a juicy time slot, right up against Chicago Fire, and a half-decent lead in from The Goldbergs and Trophy Wife, so we’ll have to wait and see.
My biggest concern is that network TV may not be ready for Zahn’s particular brand of zaniness. This feels very much like a USA show, as opposed to an ABC show, but we’ll have to wait and see on the ratings and how the audience responds to it.
Mixology “Tom and Maya”, “Liv and Ron”
I had a chance to catch these on early release on Hulu, and while the characters are pretty adorable, the show has a few laughs, and the concept is right up my alley, I just didn’t love it.
You’ve got a few stereotypes, a single mom, a ditsy waitress, a super-hot bartender, a Seth-Rogen-like overconfident player, a mama’s boy, a maneating bitch Darth Vader of the ad world (name that movie and I’ll RT you), and an British party boy, among others.
It’s one of those “ten strangers’ universes collide in the search for love” types of storylines, and I usually like those sorts of things – Love Actually, He’s Just Not That Into You, etc. – but the comedy’s not funny enough, not often enough, and the story is a little weak in too many places, and the bulk of it takes place in a bar, which seems a little shallow. Especially because it’s one of those fancy looking bars with coffee tables and sofas instead of pool tables and sports teams banners.
It is cute at times, and I did fall in love with Liv, Ron, and Tom, who are all sweet and adorable, if a little bit pathetic, but I don’t think it’s gonna make the rotation. I am more looking forward to CBS’s new comedy, Friends with Better Lives, because it returns JAMES VAN DER BEEK and Eric Connelly to televsion. Alas, that doesn’t premiere until the end of March!
Wednesday night, we are fully loaded with a new episode of Psych, the season two premiere of The Americans, Men at Work, and Nashville, as well as new episodes of The Tomorrow People and you can watch the pilot episode of Mixology on air on ABC if you missed the advanced viewing on Hulu.
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