January 21, 2019

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Watch iZombie Online: Season 4 Episode 9

Which zombie was murdering everyone in Seattle? That was revealed on iZombie Season 4 Episode 9 when Seattle was put on lockdown, and Liv had to do some investigating from the morgue. Meanwhile, Ravi and Clive passed the time by playing Dungeons and Dragons, but did they manage to help with the investigation? Also, Blaine shocked everyone with his most sinister plan to date, but did he have good intentions this time around? Use the video above to watch iZombie online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: iZombie Photos from "Chivalry is Dead" Get caught up with the best show on The CW.

The Resident Season 1 Episode 12 Review: Rude Awakenings and the Raptor

There were new beginnings and bittersweet endings as we welcomed a new cardiothoracic surgeon, and we bid adieu to an intern. Malcolm-Jamal Warner made his debut on The Resident Season 1 Episode 12, and he left a heck of an impression. Did you like what he brought to the table? Malcolm-Jamal Warner has been making the rounds, and I could not be happier. Theo Huxtable has come a long way, hasn't he? I enjoyed him on one of fall's earliest casualties Ten Days In the Valley, and he was also a great recurring character on the late Major Crimes. I'm beyond thrilled that he will be guest starring on this series as well. AJ Austin is a character. He's what one would consider an acquired taste, but he was an entertaining as all hell, and I cannot wait to see what more he'll bring to the table. Related: Ten Days In The Valley Series Premiere Review: Fade In Speaking of tables, his sit down with Bell had to be the funniest scene of the night, and he (and Mina) gave us some funny scenes. There was so much shade throwing I glanced out the window to see if there was an eclipse. I loved the dig he made about not knowing about Bell's credentials and "stellar" reputation. When he refused to shake the man's hand, I was tickled to death. AJ is an equal opportunity jackass to everyone around him, and it makes him a colorful and interesting character. It should be offputting or absurd, but it's hilarious. What is this man's damage? I have no idea what his story is, but you can tell he has something going on as evidenced by his last exchange with Bell. He's an egotistical maniac who doesn't play well with others, which makes him a great addition to the hospital. I couldn't get enough of his snark, snide remarks, and backhanded compliments. He may be the type of doctor who can get some of the others in shape. Poor Nolan can use someone like AJ kicking him in the ass. Dr. Conrad Hawkins. I've heard some things, but it's cool. AJ Permalink: Dr. Conrad Hawkins. I've heard some things, but it's cool. Added: May 01, 2018 AJ's personality is difficult to swallow, but he's good at what he does, and he may pull the best out of the people around him. His way of getting there is not everyone's cup of tea. His antics in the OR were both amusing and disconcerting at the same time. I wasn't fond of the yelling and aggressive, boorish behavior he displayed, but I would be lying if I said he didn't make me laugh, too. Mina was livid when Bell called her into his new office and gave her the assignment of babysitting AJ. It's hard to blame her when she would have preferred working on her colleague and friend. Related: The Resident Season 1 Episode 11 Review: And the Nurses Get Screwed Again, the unique relationship between Mina and Bell continues to be one of the best the series has to offer. Bell is fond of her and seems to trust he..

Dancing With the Stars: Athletes Season 26 Episode 1 Review: 2601

After 25 seasons, we've seen plenty of athletes strut their stuff on the dance floor, and many of them went home with Mirrorball trophies, so it's no shock that Dancing With the Stars: Athletes Season 26 Episode 1 is showcasing all athletes. The twist? They've only got four weeks to strut their stuff and prove they're worthy of that Mirrorball, and, in the first time in Dancing With the Stars history, two were sent home at the end of tonight's premiere. With the rockin' "We Will Rock You" opener, complete with flags and pom poms, the fast pace will keep everyone on their toes! Here's how it all turned out... Chris Mazdzer and pro, Witney Carson danced a salsa to “Mr. Put It Down” by Ricky Martin featuring Pitbull. Witney may have admired Chris' point, but it was more difficult not to admire his hip movement. Len mentioned that it's the first time he's scene Chris vertical, and if that makes the Olympic medal luge winner nervous, it never showed. Carrie Ann loved his shimmying shoulders, while Bruno compared their spray tanned chests. Judges score: 21 out of 30. RELATED: ABC Sets Finale Dates for Once Upon a Time, Grey's Anatomy & More! Next up, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with pro, Lindsay Arnold. The height difference was hard not to fixate on with these two. Kareem is 7'1"-ish, while Lindsay is 5'4'". I don't think there are heels high enough to not make that noticeable. The twosome danced to “Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I’m Yours)” by Stevie Wonder with help from an ensemble dance troupe. As Lindsay said in this Dancing With the Stars quote... I could not be more proud of my 71 year old, cancer surviving legend. Lindsay Permalink: I could not be more proud of my 71 year old, cancer surviving legend. Added: April 30, 2018 The judges and the audience loved Kareem! Judges score: 17 out of 30. We visited Olympic gold-medal winning softball player Jennie Finch Daigle and pro, Keo Motsepe at her ranch in Louisiana where she lives with her husband and three children. I had to laugh as Keo jumped when the cow licked him. The two performed a Viennese waltz to “Feeling Good” by Avicii. It was a little awkward, but a solid effort for a first dance. Len pointed out that she was gripping Keo's shoulder like it was a softball! But having her kids on stage was a heartwarming touch. Judges score: 21 out of 30. RELATED: Get Hallmark Movies Now via Prime Video Channels for Stories with Heart, Captivating Movies & More! On to Olympic bronze-medal winning figure skater Mirai Nagasu and pro, Alan Bersten. I'll admit, I'm a huge figure skating fan so I was waiting for the first of three figure skaters in this competition to take the stage. Well after their salsa to “No Excuses” by Meghan Trainor, I can't imagine how this couple won't make it to the finale, but then again, there have been huge upsets in Dancing history so I shouldn&..
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