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Get the tissues ready for This Is Us’ fall finale and Chicago Fire turns 100
December 6th, 2016 under Dick Wolf, NBC, This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]

As we know, This Is Us is television’s most emotional show and tonight’s Fall finale at 9p on NBC is as amazing as the series premiere.
Young Rebecca (Mandy Moore) assures her kids that nothing bad happens on Christmas Eve. Then of the triplets gets sick and they make run to the emergency room. It is there we learn that Kate needs to get her appendix out and they run into Dr. Nathan Katowsky (Gerald McCraney). He is the doctor that delivered the triplets and help convince then to adopt Randall. He is not there as a doctor but as a patient and his prognosis is not looking good. While Kate is in the operating room, they stay by his side because nothing bad happens on Christmas Eve.
Talking about Kate (Chrissy Metz), she meets with a doctor, with her mom, to learn more about gastric bypass surgery. We learn a little more about how her weight has affected her.
She isn’t the only one that we learn about, we also learn about Randall’s biological dad, William (Ron Cephas Jones). He has a secret that none of us saw coming.
All of this will lead to a cliffhanger that will make you say January 10th can’t come soon enough. It is that, well have the tissues ready.

Then at 10p, Chicago Fire turns 100. That’s right it is time for their 100th episode. Just when it looked like Dick Wolf’s show were over at NBC, not only did Law & Order: SVU survive and thrive, we got Chicago Fire. It is so hot that it got not one, not two but three spinoffs. Just take that in. Dick Wolf now had 5 shows on the network.
Why because there is something for everyone to enjoy and keep tuning in for every week.
This week we watch as Molly’s turns 100 years old and the cursed bar has a history that might cause its doors to close forever. It isn’t all bad news, something wonderful happens that will bring a huge smile to your face. Just like when you think of the show in general.


Law & Order: SVU’s Donald Trump episode no longer has an airdate
November 9th, 2016 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

Law & Order: SVU did a Donald Trump episode that was supposed to air before the election, but then they postponed it until next week. Now that he is the President Elect, they have elected not to air the episode for the time being.
So let me get this right, they gave us him and now that won’t give us this episode.
F*ckers. Grow a pair and air it. Who is voting with me?


Law & Order: SVU wimps out on their Donald Trump episode
October 15th, 2016 under Dick Wolf, Donald Trump. [ Comments: none ]

This upcoming episode of Law & Order: SVU might be called Unstoppable, but someone is stopping the episode, loosely based on Donald Trump, from airing on the 26th as planned. According to Variety, the episode will now air sometime after election. The trade mag says the reason for the delay is because of all the women coming forward claiming sexual assault by the Presidential candidate. I don’t know about you, but to me that is even more reason why they should air it way before November 28th, like at least 21 days beforehand.


Val Kilmer has seen better days
July 15th, 2016 under Dick Wolf, Val Kilmer. [ Comments: none ]

Val Kilmer shared some Selfies of himself and he wasn’t looking to be Top Gun shape. So what is this top secret look all about? He is playing a contentious maintenance man in Dick Wolf’s upcoming movie The Super.
While it is nice to see him back at work, I just wished the real genius looked better in it.


Colin Donnell teases what’s coming up on Chicago Med
March 29th, 2016 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

Chicago Med has been off the air for over a month and tonight at 9p it is back on NBC with an all new episode. A week and a half ago, I attended press lunch with Colin Donnell and he revealed some of the things that are coming up for his character and the show.
Dr Connor Rhodes (Donnell) is the newest doctor at the hospital and the Trauma Surgeon’s past life has pretty much been a mystery, but that is all about to change. Donnell previewed tonight’s episode and said, “There’s a situation with a young kid who makes a terrible decision as far as drunk driving.” Then he added, “The way that his family ends up dealing with it, hits very close to home with Connor. Some things are revealed about his past which further explains, not only why he ended up running away, his relationship with his family.” Something Donnell says we will be getting more of in the upcoming weeks.
Not only we will get to know more about his personal life, but we will also delve more into his work one too. When we last off, Dr Rhodes agreed to do the Cardiothoracic Fellowship under Dr Downey (Gregg Henry) who is battling terminal cancer. His cancer, which is progressing, will play a part in their relationship as the season goes on. One Donnell describes as, “Downey has become a very important figure in Connor’s life. In a lot of ways, he has sort of replaced his own father. He has been searching for someone to give him the vote of confidence he is looking for.” Something I am sure he will be getting plenty of as Rhodes performs more and more heart surgeries with his mentor.
When it comes to how Rhodes is going to be able to do his two fellowships for both Trauma and Cardiac Surgery, he is in as much of the dark as we are. With all of that on his plate, it sounds like it is going to start affecting his mental state. So much so, he wants to keep our eyes out for, “a wonderful scene between Rhodes and Halstead, that I won’t spoil anything about, but it has been one of my favorite scenes that we have done so far. A culmination of a lot of stuff that has been happened throughout the season.”
What that means? We will just have to keep tuning in tonight and every Tuesday at 9p to find out on the best medical drama since ER. That and to watch Rhodes grow as a Cardiac and Trauma Surgeon at Chicago Med and also as a man.


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