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Based off a segment that “The Morning After” on hulu does here is my list of shows that you should catch, commit or drop.

Not a complete list. Share your favorites in the comments .

Aaron’s @zaffuto234 List

NBC’s Revolution: Commit

The show continues to grow its main characters and the power mystery is bringing me back every.

Fox’s Ben and Kate: Catch

The show cant seem to find its grove continually but when it does you have a great cast that makes you laugh.

Fox’s New Girl: Commit

Its funny and continues to be.

Fox’s Raising Hope: Commit

I cant get enough of the quirky comedy.

Fox’s The Mindy Project: Drop

Just don’t find any of the character very likable.

ABC’s Don’t Trust The B**** In Apartment 23: Catch

The show had James trying to put together a Dawson’s Creek reunion so the show is worth watching at times.

NBC’s Go On: Commit

Though not Matthew Perry’s best work he alone makes the show worth watching weekly.

NBC’s The New Normal: Catch

When its funny its very funny.

NBC’s Chicago Fire: Commit

The whole cast brings this show to life. Full of suspense, action and plenty of drama.

ABC’s Nashville: Commit

Stellar cast and great drama is enough to keep me around.

CW’s Arrow: Commit

Action packed story draws you in every week.

NBC’s Whitney: Drop

NBC’s Guys with Kids: Catch

What can I say, I on occasion enjoy a comedy that requires zero thinking. It reminds me of shows you find on TBS such as “Men At Work” or “Sullivan and Son”.

NBC’s Up All Night: Drop

The show lost its steam completely for me with the season 2 changes.

NBC’s The Office: If you stuck with it from the start Commit, the casual viewer will want to Catch as the show has had its ups and downs this final season.

NBC’s 30 Rock: Commit

Its final season has been terrific and it will be sad to see this one go.

NBC’s Parks and Recreation: Commit

The only show on tv that makes you really care about politicians and government. It will make you laugh and cry at the same time.

ABC’s Last Resort: Commit

Though the ratings have been awful the show is incredible and the mystery and cast is worth checking out weekly.

ABC’s Scandal: Commit

A bit of everything. Scandal packs so much into a single episode leaving the suspense and drama at a high.

CBS’s Person of Interest: Drop

I got into the show for the first few episodes of season one but as soon as the show took a break I had completely forgotten about it and had little reason to start watching again.

NBC’s Grimm: Commit

The show continues to impress me weekly. Who would of thought a show launching on a Friday would be doing so well now in its 2nd season and stronger then ever, story wise and ratings.

ABC’s Once Upon A Time: Catch

ABC’s Revenge: Commit

Commit for now. The complex story is starting to make me long for season 1 but I’m committed for now.

ABC’s 666 Park Avenue: Commit

Low ratings be damned I’m fully enjoying the show.

USA’s Burn Notice: Commit

Season 6 has been on fire with lots of high paced action.

CW’s Beauty and the Beast: Drop

Just didn’t find any of the characters likable and the plot has been done before and much better.

CW’s Emily Owens M.D: Drop

CBS’s The Big Bang Theory: Drop

Yes, I’m aware im going to get a lot of smack for this one. I liked the show briefly then I found NBC’s more unique line up in the same time slot and never looked back.

The Walking Dead: Commit

Scott’s List

My Personal List Of What Shows  To Commit To, Catch, Or Drop:

NBC’ Revolution: Commit

Revolution Is An Intriguing Drama Series That Will Keep You On The edge Of Your Seat Each And Every Week.

Fox’s The Mob Doctor: Catch

Although The Future Of This Show Is Most Likely Doomed, I Would Recommend That You Check It Out. I Enjoy Watching The Show Each Week. Also If You’re A Fan Of Medical Dramas, This Show Is For You.

NBC’s Go On: Catch

Go On Isn’t Quite A Relatable Show, Which Is Why It Get’s The “Catch” Rating. However, The Characters Are Eccentric And  Funny, And The Show Is All Around Fun. If You’re Looking For A Simplistic, Family Comedy, This Is It.

Fox’s Raising Hope: Commit

Raising Hope Is A Hilarious, Relatable Comedy, That Has Been Renewed Three Times. The Cast Members Are Relatable, And Entertaining. I would Recommend That You Commit To This Show, 100%.

ABC’s Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23: Catch

This Show Is Hilarious, But A Bit Raunchy, At Times. The Cast Roster Includes A Colorful Array Of Comedic Talent. The Show Packs Many Laughs Into An Episode, And It Is A Funny Comedy, To Watch.

NBC’s The New Normal: Catch

This Show Pushes The Limits, With An Old Grandma Who Constantly Makes Homophobic, And Racial Remarks. However, Somehow, NBC Was Able To Craft This, So That The Viewers Found It To Be Funny. Overall, The New Normal Is A Whole Hearted Comedy, That I Recommend You Should Catch Sometime.

CBS’s Vegas: Drop

Vegas Is Not As Great As I Expected It To Be. The Storyline Is Dull, And Contains A Lot Of “Fillers”. I Found Myself Constantly Looking At The Time, To See How Much Longer The Episode Was Going To Be On. Despite The Big Name Cast Members, Vegas Is Far Below Par.

FOX’s The Mindy Project: Catch

The Mindy Project Is A Fun Show, With Quirky Characters. I Recommend That You Watch The Show, When You Get A Chance To do So.

NBC’s Whitney: Catch

I Watched Whitney, When It Premiered Last Year, And Found The Show To Be A Fun, Simplistic Comedy. I Recommend That You Watch The Show, When You Want A Laugh.

NBC’s Law And Order: Special Victims Unit: Commit

Law And Order: SVU Is Perhaps The Best Branch Of The Law And Order Genre. The Show Is Intriguing, And You Can Start Watching From Basically Any Point In The Show, And Still Grasp The Story. I Started Watching The Show Around 2 Years Ago, And It Instantly Grasped My Loyalty.

NBC’s Guys With Kids: Commit

It’s Rare That I Recommend Committing To A Comedy, But This Show Deserves It. The Show Is Simplistic, But The Characters Are Highly Relatable. Also, The Show Is Produced By The Comic Genius, Jimmy Fallon. I Find Myself Watching The Show Every Week, And Impatiently Waiting For The Next Episode.

ABC’s Nashville: Commit

Nashville Swept Over Me, After Watching The Pilot Episode. I Feared, After Watching The Promos, That I Wouldn’t Like This Show, But I Was Wrong. The Show Has A Great cast Lineup, And The Storyline Is Ever So Addicting. And Don’t Worry About The Country Music Aspect Of The Show. I Highly Dislike Country Music, But That Didn’t At All Stop Me From Loving The Show.

NBC’s Chicago Fire: Commit

NBC’s New Hit Drama, Chicago Fire, Has Definitely Made An Impact, On Me. I Thought The Show Would Be Interesting, When I Heard About It A Few Months Back. Little Did I Know, This Show Is Addicting, And Difficult To Not Watch. The Show Is A Mix Between a Medical Drama, And An Action Movie. I Would Definitely Suggest That You Commit To This Show.

CW’s Arrow: Commit

Arrow Has Made Me A Huge Fan Of The Show. When You Think Of Arrow, Think Of An Epic Mix Between, Batman, The Cape, Along With A Hint Of Superman. This Show Has Become A Weekly Part Of My Wednesday Life. If You Haven’t Yet Watched Arrow, You Really Need To Do So, And Become A Regular. You Won’t Regret This Decision.

NBC’s Up All Night: Catch

Up all Night Is Almost Worthy Of The “Commit” Rating, But Not Quite. I Became A Fan Of The Show, After It Premiered, Last Year. The Show HAs 2 Quirky Lead Characters, And Laughs Galore.

Fox’s Ben And Kate: Catch

Ben And Kate Is A Rather Simplistic Comedy That Packs A Boatload Of Laughs Into A 30 Minute Timeslot. The Character’s Are Relatable, And The Show Is Fun.

TruTv’s Conspiracy Theory W/ Jesse Ventura: Catch

I’ve Recently Become A Regular Viewer Of  This Show, And It Is Highly Intriguing. This Show Revolves Around Jesse Ventura, And His Investigation Of Conspiracy Theories. I’ve Never Believed In Many Of The Conspiracy Theories That Are Out There, But This Show Has Me second Guessing Myself. Even If You Don’t Believe In Conspiracy Theories, I Recommend That You Check This Show Out.

NBC’s Last Resort: Commit

Although The Future Of This Show Is Foggy, I Would Definitely Recommend That You Commit To It. This Show Is Full Of Action, and It Even Has A Cloud Of Mystery Surrounding It. I’ve Become A Fan Of This Show, And I Would Recommend It.

ABC’s Scandal: Commit

Scandal Is A MAgnificent Drama Created By Shonda Rhimes. Scandal Manages To Grasp My Intrigue, And Loyalty, Each And Every Week. Scandal Has Everything That A Person Could Want: Drama, Romance, Humor, Conspiracy, Mystery, Intrigue. This Show Is Somewhat Underrated, But It Truly Is Great.

CBS’s Elementary: Commit

Although This Is A Show that Has Received Heavy Criticism, I Can See It’s True Potential. Before Watching Elementary, I  Thought That It Would Be A Dull Show. However, That’s Not The Case. Elementary Has Likeable Characters, And Something For Every Viewer. The Show Is Basically A Show About Crime Solving, So You Can Expect The Weekly Dose Of Mystery, Intrigue, Action, etc. I Feel That This Show Is Highly Underrated, And Should Receive A Bit More Praise.

ABC’s Revenge: Commit

Revenge Is A Magnificent And Addicting Drama. This Show Has Everything: Drama, Romance, Conspiracy, Cover-Ups, Murder, Plotting, etc. The Show Took Me By Storm With It’s Epic Series Premiere, Last Year. From Then On, I’ve Become a Big Fan Of The Show. The Show Will Keep You Guessing, And It Will Keep you On The Edge Of Your Seat, Every Week.

ABC’s 666 Park Avenue: Commit

Although The Ratings Of This Show Are Terrible, That Doesn’t Reflect Upon The Content Of It. This Show Is An Interesting And Mysterious Drama, tha tIs Full Of Supernatural Entities. When You Think Of This Show, Think Of LOST. 666 Park Avenue Can Be As Confusing And Mysterious As LOST, At Times. However, This Show Is Highly Addictive, and Entertaining.

AMC’s The Walking Dead: Commit ∞

What Can I Say About This Show? Regular Viewers Of This Show Know How Epic And Addicting It Is. I Got Started On This Show, By Watching A S1 Marathon 2 Years Ago, And I’ve Been A Huge Fan Since. This Show Has Everything That You Could Want: Romance, Action, and Of Course Violence And Zombies! For Those Of You Who Have Yet To Watch The Walking Dead, You Need To Do So, Immediately.

~ Scott R.  – @NBC_CHUCK_FAN

Which ones would you catch, commit or drop? Share in the comments below.
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Ryan: “Who’s Timmy?” Mr. K: “Some Crybaby.”

 

Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Ryan Runs Into Lauren, At A Restaurant. Lauren Is Having Dinner With A Man Named Wyatt. Soon, The Rest Of The Group Arrives, And They All Begin Having Dinner With Lauren And Her Date. The Group Seems To Be Intruding On Lauren’s Personal Life, Somewhat.
  • The Group Tells Ryan That He Is Compulsively Eating, To Help Get Over The Death Of Janie. Ryan Seems To Be In Denial, And He Says That He Id Not Grief Eating.
  • The Group Learns That Lauren Told Wyatt About The Entire Group, And Their Individual Problems. The Group Becomes A Bit Angry, After Learning This.
  • The Group Tells Lauren That She Needs To Share Some Of Her “Dirt” With The Group. Lauren Agrees To Bring Wyatt To The Next Therapy Session.
  • Ryan Learns That Danny Has Created An Entire Town In His Head, To Escape His Life Problems.
  • The Group Confronts Ryan, About His Grief Eating.
  • Wyatt Arrives At The Therapy Session, And Begins Giving The Group “Dirt”, On Lauren.
  • Wyatt Gives The Group Plenty Of “Dirt” On Lauren, And Then Leaves.
  • The Group Begins To Suspect That Lauren Doesn’t Really Care For Wyatt.
  • Ryan Tells Danny That He Needs To Give Up His Imaginary Town.
  • Ryan Tries To Give Up The Junk Food, But Isn’t Completely Able To Do So, Just Yet.
  • The Group Comes Over To Ryan’s House, With Vast Amounts Of Food. The Group Hopes To Make Ryan Eat All Of The Food, So That He Will Lose The Taste For Junk Food.
  • Ryan Helps Lauren Realize That She Doesn’t Actually Love Wyatt.
  • Danny Returns Back To His Imaginary Town. Ryan And Danny Learns That It’s The Only Way That Danny Can Cope With His Problems.
  • Ryan Finally Drops The Junk Food, And Starts Eating Healthier.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “Shut Up Junkie, You’re Out Of Control.”  – Mr. K

2) “The Problem Is You’re Eating, You Sound Like Cookie Monster.”  – Carrie

3) “Why Are All Of My Fans Gross?”   – Ryan

 

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Go On Was Hilarious! In Tonight’s Episode, Ryan Learns That He Has Been Grief Eating, To Overcome The Loss Of Janie. The Group Notices That Ryan Has Been Grief Eating, So They Try To Help Him Out. Meanwhile, Lauren Learns That She Doesn’t Actually Love Her Current Boyfriend. Lauren Takes Some Time To Figure Out Her Future With Her Boyfriend, And The Group Helps Ryan Drop The Junk Food. I’m Quickly Becoming A Fan Of This Simplistic, Yet Relatable Comedy. The Show Is Basic, With Interesting Stories Each Episode, That Keep Me Interested In The Show. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Go On. Watch Go On Live: Tuesday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

There Will Be No New Episode Of Go On Next Week, As The Presidential Debate Will Be Airing, At That Time.

 

~ Scott R.

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Sunday September 23rd:

Hell on Wheels 2×07 “The White Spirit”

This was the first episode where everything quietly transitioned to all the characters. Nearly everyone’s actions were for there romantic interests, Elam getting involved with Sean/Mickey for Eva, Sean giving away land for Ruth & Cullen staying for Lily. This was also the first episode where the big action was put into character drama and not fight scenes which was a nice change.

Monday September 24th:

Revolution 1×02 “Chained Heat”

Who is Randall?

The Mob Doctor “Family Secrets”

After Seeing The Promos For This Show, I Really Thought That It Would Be A Cheesy, Quickly Produced, Tv Show. However, After Seeing The Pilot Episode, And The 2nd Episode, My Former Predictions Have Been Proven Wrong. The Mob Doctor Can Appeal To Fans Of Many Genres, Including Fans Of Medical Dramas, Fans Of Mob Shows, And Fans Of Great Thrillers.

Tuesday September 25th:

Go On “Bench Clearing Brawl”

Ryan Gives Away Janie’s Sewing Machine, Without Feeling Any Remorse For Doing So. However, Ryan Later Begins To Feel Remorse About Giving Away The Sewing Machine, And He Ultimately Has An Emotional Breakdown, Live, On His Talk-Show. Ryan Then Goes To A Wedding With Anne, So That She Doesn’t Have To Go Alone, Which Somehow Leads To Anne Kissing Ryan. It Seems That Ryan And The Group Are Slowly Becoming One Big Family.

Wednesday September 26th:

Guys with Kids “Chris’s New Girlfriend”

Chris Reveals That He Is Dating A Woman Named Jennifer. Nick Then Reveals That He Once Dated Jennifer, And Was A Big Influence, In Her Life. To Nick’s Dismay, He Learns That Jennifer Doesn’t Remember Him At All. Nick Finally Gets Jennifer To Remember Him. It Turns Out That Nick And Jennifer’s First Date Was Identical To Nick And Emily’s First Date. It Seems That Nick Used A General First Date Setting. Ultimately, Emily And Nick Make-Up. Also, Chris Reminds Gary That It’s His And Marny’s Anniversary. Gary Had Forgotten That It Was His Anniversary, And He Soon Learns That Marny Had Forgotten, As Well. Gary Takes Advantage Of This, And Makes Marny Feel Guilty About Forgetting Their Anniversary. Marny Ultimately Learns That Gary Too Had Forgotten Their Anniversary. Marny Becomes Highly Angry About The Way That Gary Made Her Feel. Ultimately, Gary And Marny Make Up, And All Is Well.

Thursday September 27th:

Last Resort “Series Premiere”

The Series Premiere Of Last Resort Was Purely Epic! I’ve Never Seen A Show As Addicting, Since I Discovered LOST. Last Resort Is Able To Mix Action, Thrill, And Even A Hint Of Conspiracy, Into An Epic One Hour Time-Slot. I’m Really Curious To See Where The Show Goes, And I Can’t Wait For The Second Episode Of The Season.

Thursday September 27th:

Scandal “Season 2 Premiere”

It’s Revealed That Quinn Is Wanted For Murder. Apparently, Quinn’s Name Was Lindsay. Quinn Got Angry At Her Boyfriend, And Sent A Package To His Job. Quinn’s Boyfriend Opened The Package, And It Exploded. The Explosion Killed Quinn’s Boyfriend, And Six Of His Co-Workers. Quinn Says That After The Explosion, She Made A Run For It, And Checked Into A Motel. Quinn Says That Someone Then Knocked Her Out, And She Woke Up In A Washington D.C. Hotel. Quinn Says That In The Hotel Room, She Found New Passports And Documents Laid Out For Her. Someone Had Virtually Given Quinn A New Identity. Olivia Acts As If She Doesn’t Know Who Knocked Quinn Out And Gave Her A New Identity. However, It’s Revealed That Olivia And Hucks Were The People That Knocked Quinn Out, And Gave Her The New Identity. There Weren’t Many Big White House Developments, Except For The Fact That Fitz & Mellie Learned That Their Baby Is Going To Be A Boy. Fitz Makes A Brief Phone Call To Olivia. It Seems As If The Two Of Them Still Have Feelings For Each Other.

Friday September 28th:

Grimm

Returning Shows Sunday September 30th:

Once Upon A Time 8/7c on ABC

ABC Sunday nights @ 8pm

Season one of Once Upon a Time introduced us to a young man named Henry on his way to find his birth mother. Henry carries around a book of fairy tales that he is convinced are true. He explains to his mom, Emma Swan that his adoptive mom is really the evil queen from Snow White and she has to come save the town and its inhabitants from the curse that stuck them in Storybrook with time frozen and no memory of who they really are.

Revenge 9/8c on ABC

Revenge season one ended with a bang leaving many questions as we head into season two.

Dexter 9pm on Showtime

One of the best shows on TV right now, as you may, or may not know is Dexter, going into its 7th season on September 30th  followed by Homeland.

Homeland 10pm on Showtime

Last year after Dexter, Homeland made its primer, this year we get to go deeper into the plot with season two of this suspenseful political thriller. With an all-star cast, it is the American version of an Israeli show called Prisoners of War. Showtime has outdone itself and will without a doubt keep everyone glued to the edges of their seats on September 30th.


Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Ryan Begins Cleaning Out His House, And Stumbles Upon Janie’s Sewing Machine. Ryan Ultimately Gives The Sewing Machine To Sonia. The Group Is Surprised, As Ryan Is Showing No Emotional Attachment Whatsoever, To The Sewing Machine.
  • Ryan Gets A Chance To Play In A Hockey Game With Jeremy Roenick. Ryan Begins Preparing, For The Game.
  • Anne Gets Invited To A Friend’s Wedding. Anne Hasn’t Been To A Wedding, Since Patty Died. Ryan Agrees To Go To The Wedding, With Anne.
  • The Big Hockey Game Begins. Little Does Ryan Know, The Only Reason He Was Invited To The Game, Is Because Steven Contacted Jeremy, And Used The “Dead Wife Card” On Jeremy. The Players Are Going Easy On Ryan, Because They Know About Janie’s Recent Death. Ryan Knows Nothing About This.
  • Ryan And Anne Arrive At The Wedding.
  • While At The Wedding, Anne Meets A Woman Named Sasha. Anne Moves Out Of Her Comfort Zone, And Begins Talking With Sasha.
  • Ryan Begins Feeling Remorse About Giving Away Janie’s Sewing Machine. This Remorse Ultimately Leads To Ryan Having An Emotional Breakdown, During The Live Broadcast Of His Talk-Show.
  • Ryan Blames Lauren, For His Emotional Breakdown.
  • Sasha Tells Anne That She Wants To Meet For Drinks. Anne Seems Nervous About Meeting Up With Sasha.
  • Ryan Begins Making A Collage, In Janie’s Memory.
  • Anne Goes To Ryan’s Place, And Tells Him That Sasha Tried To Kiss Her, During Their Meet. After Sasha Tried To Kiss Her, Anne Panicked, And Ran.
  • While Anne Is Talking With Ryan, She Kisses Him. Anne Then Leaves.
  • Ryan Resumes His Hockey Game, And Then Learns That The Team Is Letting Him Win, Because Steven Played The “Dead Wife Card”.
  • Ryan Tells The Team To Stop Going Easy On Him. This Causes Ryan To Get Destroyed, Out On The Ice.
  • Ryan Completes His Collage, And Presents It To The Group.
  • Sonia Gives Janie’s Sewing Machine, Back To Ryan.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “I Don’t Go For The Cry.”   – Lauren

2) “I’m Not Rachael Maddow”   – Ryan

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Go On Was Simply Hilarious! In Tonight’s Episode, Ryan Gives Away Janie’s Sewing Machine, Without Feeling Any Remorse For Doing So. However, Ryan Later Begins To Feel Remorse About Giving Away The Sewing Machine, And He Ultimately Has An Emotional Breakdown, Live, On His Talk-Show. Ryan Then Goes To A Wedding With Anne, So That She Doesn’t Have To Go Alone, Which Somehow Leads To Anne Kissing Ryan. It Seems That Ryan And The Group Are Slowly Becoming One Big Family. I Became A Fan The Show, After Watching The Premiere, And Tonight’s Episode Made Me An Even Bigger Fan. It Seems That Go On Is Matthew Perry’s Epic Return To Television. Overall, Go On Is A Simplistic, Yet Highly Entertaining Show, And I Would Definitely Recommend It. Watch Go On Live: Tuesday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

~ Scott R.

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8/7c New Girl Season 2 Premiere on FOX

8:30/7:30c Ben and Kate Premiere on FOX

9/8c New Girl on FOX

9/8c Go On on NBC

9:30/8:30c The Mindy Project Premiere on FOX

10/9c Parenthood on NBC

10/9c Vegas Premiere on CBS