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Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Ryan Isn’t Able To Tell His Gardener That Janie Died. It Seems That Ryan Struggles, When Telling People About The Passing Of His Wife
  • Steven Tries To Help Ryan Overcome The Death Of Janie. However, Steven Just Makes The Situation Awkward.
  • Steven Continues To Try To Talk With Ryan About Janie. However, Once Again, Steven Just Makes The Situation Awkward.
  • Ryan Finally Tells His Gardener, About Janie’s Death.
  • Ryan Tries His Best To Keep His Therapy Life Separate, From His Personal Life.
  • Steven And Ryan Begin Talking. Steven Tells Ryan That He Should Go To The Group’s Bowling Outing.
  • Ryan Shows Up At The Group’s Bowling Game. He Attempts To Connect With Them, In A Personal Manner.
  • Ryan Lets The Group Drive His New Porsche, As Somewhat Of A Way To “Connect” With Them.
  • Ryan’s Gardener Builds A Memorial Fountain, In Memory Of Janie.
  • Steven Meets The Group.
  • It Seems That Ryan And The Group Have Become One Big Family.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “I Am A Special Dude.”   – Ryan

2) “Some Assembly Required, Am I Right?”   – Steven

3) “I Wanna Drive The B****”    – Owen

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Go On Was Hilariously Entertaining! In Tonight’s Episode, Ryan Attempts To Keep His Therapy Life Separate From His Personal Life. Ultimately, The Two Lives Collide, And Ryan Becomes Good Friends With The Therapy Group. I Enjoyed The Premiere Of Go On, And I’m Becoming A Fan Of The Show. I Really Feel That This Is Matthew Perry’s Big Comeback To Television. Overall, Go On Is A Simple, Laugh Filled Comedy, With A Decent Storyline, And I Would Definitely Recommend It. Watch Go On Live: Tuesday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

~ Scott R.

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NBC once again owns night two of premiere week with time slot/ new episodes of Go On, The New Normal and the fourth season premiere of Parenthood.

Scott will be covering Go On & Anna has you covered on Parenthood.

8/7c The Voice

9/8c Go On 

9:30/8:30c The New Normal

10/9c Parenthood Season 4 Premiere

Season 4 Promo on NBC

Tuesday June 12th: Franklin and Bash

Posted: June 12, 2012 by Aaron M Zaffuto in TNT
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Aaron:

Franklin & Bash 10/9c on TNT


Review/Thoughts:

Well, What Can I Say About This Show? I Found This Show  To Be a Quickly Produced, Worthless Reality Show. CW Has Been A Struggling Network, That has Been Trying To Catch up With It’s Competitors (NBC, ABC, FOX, Etc.) For A While, And This Show (In My Opinion) Will Not  (in Any Way) Help the Network Do So. The Catalina Seems Like A Show That Wants To Be Similar To (And as Popular As) Jersey Shore, But I Feel That It Won’t Succeed.  The Catalina Is About a Miami Beach Hotel That Is a Party Destination For Young, Wild Partying Individuals;  The Show Features Nothing But Alcohol And Partying Throughout. The Staff Of  The Hotel Are Very Similar To The Jersey Shore Cast (Drinking, Partying, Etc.). I’m beginning to think That The Entire Season Of The Catalina Will Feature Nothing But The Staff/Residents Partying And Drinking. This Review Comes After Just Watching 30 Minutes Of The Show. The Catalina Is So disastrous, That After 30 Minutes, I Lost What Little Interest And Respect I Had For The Series. If You’re a Fan Of Mindless Drunken Drama, Then You Will Most Likely Enjoy this Series; It Wouldn’t Surprise Me If This Gets Cancelled Before The End Of  The First Season. In My Opinion, The Catalina Is A Terrible, And Worthless Reality Show. I Rarely Find Shows That I Wouldn’t Recommend, But This is One Of the Few. I Would NOT Recommend Watching this Show.

We Will N0 Longer  Continue  Our Coverage Of This Show.