What To Watch This Week

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By: Jamie Steinberg

 

Monday:

 

Kevin Can Wait – One of comedy’s most notable name makes an appearance on tonight’s new episode. That’s right – Adam Sandler cameos on his pal’s new sitcom as a former patrol partner. Kevin finds himself feeling jealous of him when he is assigned a fit new rookie (UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman also cameoing). Unhappy with this shiny new replacement, Kevin seeks to show his old friend what he will be missing out on. (CBS, 8pm ET/PT)

Vanderpump Rules – Two words dripping with so much drama. Tonight is the premiere episode as we find Jax up to his old tricks spreading a nasty rumor that could jeopardize his relationship with Brittany. Stassi returns to bitch-mode to mobilize the VP ladies against James and LaLa after a vicious fat-shaming incident. Raise your glass to the return of this guilty pleasure. (Bravo, 9pm ET/PT)

 

Tuesday:

 

Election Night – Tonight is the big night. THE. BIG. NIGHT. No one is going to be watching anything other than the polls as they close, deciding who the Commander and Chief will be for the next four years. I hope each one of you has gone out and cast your vote! Just be ready for a seriously long night of ups and downs.

 

Wednesday:

 

Criminal Minds – The BAU heads out to investigate whether a bully is a link between two high school students that survive the shooting of their families. With this being a relevant topic in today’s society, this might be an episode that parents will want to be sure they watch. (CBS, 9pm ET/PT)

Younger – Liza and Kelsey struggle to keep Edward L.L. Moore’s secret about authoring an erotic novel under a pen-name. This proves harder than expected when a women’s erotic event threatens to expose him. (TVLand, 10pm ET/PT)

 

Thursday:

 

The Great Indoors – Jack, an avid outdoorsman, faces his biggest challenge when he is forced to move in to Clark’s apartment while in search of a new place to live. Adding to the tension is Brooke getting stuck telling the millennials that they are losing their beloved office perks due to budget cuts. Hold tight to your iPhones, ladies and gents! (CBS, 8:30pm ET/PT)

The Blacklist – In an epic conclusion, Red puts pressure on Dr. Shaw to confess the location of a former patient. Liz is preoccupied trying to determine the connection between a highly desperate and dangerous Alexander Kirk. Meanwhile, Kaplan has a significant realization about what is to come. (NBC, 10pm ET/PT)

 

Friday:

 

Hell’s Kitchen – The remaining contestants take on their own interpretation of a southern dish that will be judged by guest chef Chris Hastings. As a reward, the winners of the challenge will get their own Southern-themed prize. Meanwhile, the losers will be stuck grinding pieces of corn and shelling shrimp. When dinner service arrives, VIP guests adding to the pressure in the kitchen are NBA player J.J. Redick, actress Mircea Monroe (“Impastor”), musician Blake Lewis (“American Idol”) and former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Adrienne Maloof. When the chefs start feeling the heat, Chef Ramsay makes a shock decision that leaves jaws on the floor. (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – Rebecca has lost both the loves in her life. What does one do when they have hit rock bottom? Get a makeover! Thankfully, Heather comes to Rebecca’s aid when her new look distorts her outlook on life. (The CW, 9pm ET/PT)

 

 

Sunday:

 

The Simpsons – Grandpa’s retirement home and The V.A. Hospital can’t put their finger on his health issues. Thankfully, the US has recently lifted their travel sanctions to Cuba so the family heads across the water in search of cheap medical care. (FOX, 8pm ET/PT)

Quantico – The pressure is on when Owen (Blair Underwood) is put in charge of teaching students enhanced interrogation techniques. With no one ever proving to be truly trustworthy, who will use their latest lesson for good or evil? (ABC, 10pm ET/PT)

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