November 20, 2018

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Watch Chicago Med Online: Season 4 Episode 8

Is surgery always the answer? That was the big debate on Chicago Med Season 4 Episode 8 when Dr. Charles and Dr. Choi had differing opinions on how best to proceed with a patient whose treatment plan could go either way. Watch Chicago Med Season 4 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, Dr. Rhodes found himself in hot water with Goodwin when he decided to disobey her direct order, and it caused a lot of problems in the hospital. Also, April grew frustrated with Maggie when questioned her leadership. Use the video above to watch Chicago Med online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: NBC Cheat Sheet: Manifest Is on Thin Ice Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Survivor Online: Season 37 Episode 8

Was there a way back to power for one scorned castaway? On Survivor Season 37 Episode 8, a tribe opened up about one of their own causing trouble and the person had to do damage control to remain in the game. Watch Survivor Season 37 Episode 8 Online Meanwhile, the latest immunity challenge finds the rest of the players at odds as they need to rely on gravity to win. Also, another blindside at tribal council paved the way for a surprising argument. Use the video above to watch Survivor online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 42 TV Celebrities Who've Spent Time in the Slammer Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Chicago PD Online: Season 6 Episode 8

What was the best decision for the community? That's what Atwater had to conclude on Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 8 when the CPD attempted to take down a drug kingpin who had a worrying grip on the community. Watch Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 8 Online With the mission to solve the murder of a young dealer also weighing heavily on the CPD, the team had to come up with a decision that would help everyone move on. Also, a face from the past haunted Halstead. Use the video above to watch Chicago PD online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: NBC Cheat Sheet: Manifest Is on Thin Ice Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Star Online: Season 3 Episode 7

Did Chloe David manage to make Carlotta's festival a hit? That was the plan on Star Season 3 Episode 7 when the festival was not making the impact it was supposed to on the social media front. Watch Star Season 3 Episode 7 Online Meanwhile, Cassie's relationship with Xander got even more complicated, prompting her to make a decision about whether it was worthwhile continuing with it. Also, Detective Montero put Derek in a dangerous position that could cost him his livelihood. Use the video above to watch Star online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 21 Most Unlikeable Leads in TV History Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch South Park Online: Season 22 Episode 7

Why were the boys incarcerated? South Park Season 22 Episode 7 kicked off with the boys in the slammer for a crime they may or may not have committed. Watch South Park Season 22 Episode 7 Online However, a twist of fate paved the way for a high-stakes police chase when the group escaped and went on the run from ManBearPig. Also, Cartman opened up about a secret from his past that could help secure their freedom. Use the video above to watch South Park online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Renewal Scorecard 2018-2019: What's Coming Back? Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Empire Online: Season 5 Episode 7

Was Giselle really trying to help the Lyons? That's what Cookie had to figure out on Empire Season 5 Episode 7 when Kingsley's right-hand woman showed up with an offer for Cookie. Watch Empire Season 5 Episode 7 Online Meanwhile, Jamal was upset when Cookie tried to steal his London artist from under his nose. Also, Andre worked with the mother of one of his old inmates with the aim of freeing her son who was wrongfully incarcerated. Use the video above to watch Empire online right here via TV Fanatic. Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 10 Review: Apocalypse Then

The end may set up for another beginning, but sometimes it is just better for a story to finally be wrapped up. American Horror Story struggled with too many ideas and not enough commitment, resulting in a finale that was a highlight because it wrapped itself up, allowing the audience to move on once more. During American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 10, the witches prepare for the apocalypse in the hopes that Mallory will later be strong enough to reverse Michael's control over the future of the planet. This is all set up perfectly, with almost everyone ending up as a sacrifice for the greater good. Mallory ends up traveling back in time and killing Michael before he could become the Antichrist. But then, flashforwards show Timothy and Emily meeting in the future and starting a family. Their son starts to embody the evil that Michael possessed in a directly paralleled scene where they find the many murdered. It is then that Mead shows up with the other followers looking to support the next sequence of events that will lead to the end of the world once more. "Apocalypse Then," written by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk was an attempt to dig the show out of a very familiar hole, the one that has too many ambitious ideas and not a strong enough full formed plot to be able to execute everything. The last few episodes were staggering under the weight of too much filler and not enough necessary focus on storylines that would move things forward. Getting stuck in the past has never gotten so tedious, and the finale paid the price for that because it didn't hold as much intrigue as it was obviously trying to. Related: American Horror Story Season 8 Episode 9 Review The Past Preparing For The Future As mentioned before, the weaker portion of the story fell into the hands of the witches trying to stop the end of the world. They had a lack of sense working against them, as well as the fact that we all knew their attempts would be useless. This is where being shown the end of the story doesn't help when you revisit the middle. If the leadup to the apocalypse was going to be explored, this season was definitive proof of it being included in the beginning. Moving around between the past and the future felt weak the closer that the finale approached. How did you think this would end? Prophecy is inevitable. I was always going to win… Miss Supreme. Michael Permalink: How did you think this would end? Prophecy is inevitable. I was always going to win… Miss... Added: November 15, 2018 The past clearly had more answers than we were first led to believe, so using a chronological approach might have benefitted the middle of the season more. Instead, it was interwoven with a predictable ending, forcing it to drag on with different ideas of the week that were never going to do much good. The only upside was that it was focused on familiar and favorable characters, it made it harder to struggle when the story followed t..

Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 8 Review: Black and Blue

Finally. I'd like to believe that the writers heard my calling and felt persuaded to dedicate Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 8, the strongest installment this season, solely to our boy, Atwater. Atwater has been on the backburner for a while now, even though he's the only one in the unit who is constantly volunteering to put himself in the line of fire. I know you all remember his recent undercover stint on Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 7. You'd be blind not to notice that Laroyce Hawkins is one of the most talented cast members and he finally got the recognition he deserved, even if the writers did do him a little dirty in the end. Someone give this man, and his abs, a huge hug after the night he's had! The complexities of Atwater's storyline came to light as he tried to find a happy medium between being black and being a cop in Chicago. Laila: I'm not wasting calories on that fruity crap. Or a Heineken. Atwater: What? Laila: Straight up, you've been around them white boys too long. Permalink: Straight up, you've been around them white boys too long. Added: November 15, 2018 This probably won't come as a surprise to most of you, but there is no happy medium for a black cop in a city that holds so much resentment towards law enforcement. Hawkins always gets the heavy storylines, especially when it comes to race, however, he's the only one that can handle them. After all this time, he finally got a love interest, one that complimented him well, and the writers just snatched her away from him. Is he supposed to remain alone and miserable forever? Not only that, but they made her resent him for doing his job. It wasn't his fault she was messed up in illegal stuff when she was younger. I liked Laila -- she was tough, spunky, could hold her own and had the history to back it all up -- but sadly, she didn't understand that he took an oath to follow the rules. When she was flirting with him, she thought his reason for joining CPD was admirable -- he didn't want to end up like his father -- but the minute that sleeping with a cop backfired on her, she made him feel guilty about rising above the streets. It wasn't fair to see her lay into him like that when he tried to help her and talked to Voight about protecting her. Related: 20 Friendliest Exes on TV It's one thing to be outspoken, it's another to accuse someone when you're really to blame. At the end of the day, someone had to pay for the crime and the fingerprints linked back to her. If the writers were going for the emotional gut-punch, they should have stretched Laila's arc a bit longer and made us equally as invested in the relationship as Kevin seemed to be. Instead, the romance was over before it even began. Atwater's decision to cover up a murder for a kid he just met was the result of Laila getting into his head. He felt guilty for "betraying..

Criminal Minds Season 14 Episode 7 Review: Twenty Seven

Once again, it was a societal indictment. It was two brothers avenging the loss of a third brother, but in the wrong way, on Criminal Minds Season 14 Episode 7. Oh, yeah, and Prentiss may be getting a boo. Although the latter is the more interesting development, it isn't what the series is primarily about, so let's come back to that later. This case was different from most because the unsubs, the Wells brothers, were making a statement that someone besides a profiler could actually grasp. Everyone could understand "They're pissed because their brilliant younger brother died because the ambulance took too long to get to their poorer section of the city." Related: Criminal Minds Season 14 Episode 6 Review: Luke They set out to make the point that violence could happen to anyone in any part of the city, and the victims would need medical help. They even called 911 in advance. Granted, having two of the first four victims die really blunted their message. Still, that was much clearer than the justifications spouted by most of their nutjob unsubs. The Wells brothers' approach was wrong, but at least their goal was to open people's eyes to socioeconomic inequality. That certainly beat "I killed all those women because my mother treated me badly." That reasoning is just hard to get behind. This episode was also about how Prentiss got along with others outside her team. I'd say pretty well, for those that were willing to listen and learn. She did screw up somewhat equally, with her description of the unsubs inadvertently giving those who feared black men permission to act, with that young man shot as a result. She was short with the DC police chief, who seemed to be more worried about optics than getting dangerous criminals off the street. Related: Watch Criminal Minds Online: Season 14 Episode 6 Prentiss was smart enough to keep the punished Alvez confined to the office for about a half-hour until she had need of his tracking abilities, sending him with Reid and JJ to patrol what they corrected predicted would be James's next target area. That decision resulted in a big break on the case, as Luke was able to capture Marcus and give Prentiss an in to understand what was behind the brothers' rampage. Even though Marcus endeavored to tell Prentiss absolutely nothing, his reactions gave her just enough for her to consider Tom's university as James's fifth target area. Mendoza and Prentiss made a good team throughout, a generalist learning from a specialist. He knew enough to cede control to Prentiss, since tracking down serial killers was her thing. This was a good outing for Prentiss. Although she was in touch with her team, she was largely flying on instinct, working against the killers' clock. She and the BAU were soon able to catch up with, then get ahead of, the brothers. Related: CBS Cheat Sheet It was brave but foolhardy of Mendoza to exchange himsel..

All American Season 1 Episode 5 Review: All We Got

Secrets were spilling all over the place on All American Season 1 Episode 5, but we're still in the dark in some aspects. It's not like we'd expect them to reveal everything at once, but did the information we learned feel like a letdown? We were at the point where we knew Billy was not going to be Spencer's dad. That was too obvious. Instead, we met Grandpa Willy and discovered that's who Billy's been sending money to each month. Thoughts? Billy's decision to distance himself from his father is an understandable one. Grandpa Willy couldn't get over the fact that Billy chose to marry a white woman, and if he couldn't accept that, then Billy had to do what was right for him and his family. It's interesting he still sends him money though. That indicates that he does feel he owes him something, and maybe Willy is right about that. Willy might be the reason that his son made it to the NFL, but that doesn't give him the right to dictate how he lives his life. Grandpa Willy: Money changes you. Even my boy. One day he just forgot where he came from. Jordan: But you're accepting his money. Olivia; Jordan! Grandpa Willy: That's okay. He's right. I raised Billy, pushed him real hard, to be the best football player he could be. He won't admit it, but he made it into the NFL because of me. So, if he wants to send me a "thank you" check once a month, I'm cashing it. Doesn't change the fact my boy left home and never came back. Permalink: That's okay. He's right. I raised Billy, pushed him real hard, to be the best football player... Added: November 13, 2018 It's unfortunate that Willy allowed his relationship with his son to collapse over Laura. He must not have ever even given her a chance, because if he had, maybe he would have been able to see past her skin color and see that she's a good person. I also get the feeling Willy thinks she might have been a golddigger, despite the fact she is a successful attorney. Related: The CW Confirms Midseason Schedule: What's on the Move? Well, it's his loss. He's the reason he's missed out on seeing his grandkids grow up. Of course, there's probably more to this story, because there always is, but those are the facts we currently have. Still, what else are we missing? We know that Spencer's dad moved back to L.A. and never reached out to him, which was a devastating blow to him, no matter how much he tried to shrug it off. Billy also made a point to discourage Spencer from seeing him. I'm not buying the reason was that he didn't want Spencer to find out that he dated his mom. There's something bigger he's hiding. It's best to find what you need in the people who are there for you, not the ones who let you down. Some wells, they just, they run dry. Billy Permalink: It's best to find what you need in the people who..
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