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American Housewife needs a nap and This Is Us goes to the deep end!
October 18th, 2016 under ABC, American Housewife, Katy Mixon, NBC, This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]


Last week, viewers fell in love with American Housewife and tonight at 8:30p on ABC they get to love her and her family even more. Katie (Katy Mixon’s) kids keep her up all night and all she wants is a nap. Every time she gets close to closing her eyes, something else comes up. Moms around the World will understand her pain, as people will laugh with her about the never ending desire for a quick shut.

Then at 10p but over on NBC, it is a nice day to go for a swim on This Is Us. Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) take their triplets to the community pool and we see how hard it is for parents to monitor 3 kids who are the same age at once. As we see them struggle, we also get to see how little things from this outing effect them when they get older.
Fast forward to modern day, Kevin (Justin Hartley) has moved to NY and he already has his first audition. To say it doesn’t go well would be an understatement. Thankfully he has his brother Randall (Sterling K. Brown) nearby. Only problem is Randall and his biological father are still trying to acquaint with each other. Then there is Kate (Chrissy Metz) who just saw her boyfriend’s ex wife, who is perfect, for the first time. Now she wants to get to know her better. She gets really close to her. Maybe too close.
And This Is Us is close to our hearts.

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What to watch tonight The Middle, American Housewife, FOTB, The Real O’Neals and Chicago Fire
October 11th, 2016 under ABC, American Housewife, Katy Mixon, NBC, The Middle. [ Comments: none ]


The Middle is finally back on ABC tonight at 8p and there are more changes besides its new night. Sue Heck (Eden Sher) is back from her summer working at Dollywood and she is a different woman. Brick (Atticus Shaffer) is starting high school and he is trying to be a new man. Axl (Charlie McDermott) on the other has a new girl in his life and no one likes her.
The one thing that hasn’t changes is how funny this show is.

Then at 8:30p, American Housewife debuts and she fits in perfectly on Tuesday nights. Katie (Katy Mixon) is a married housewife with three kids renting in the ritzy Westport, Ct. The women are all skinny and perfect and Katie is not. Now that the second fattest woman is moving to Vermont, she will be the second fattest woman in Westport. Something she will do hardest to stop from happening. She will recruit her supportive husband (Diedrich Bader) to help her on the mission and her young daughter Anna-Kat (Julia Butters) that has fitting in issues. Her older daughter Taylor (Meg Donnelly) blossomed over the summer and now Katie is afraid she will turn into one of them. Her son Harrison (Daniel DiMaggio) already has. She has her hands full with them, but some how she makes it work. And this show doesn’t have to work on the humor because it comes naturally

Then at 9p, Fresh Off The Boat is heading to Taiwan for Louis (Randall Park) brother’s (Ken Jeong) wedding. For Louis and Jessica (Constance Wu) it is going home and for their kids it is experiencing the place they come from. Eddie (Hudson Yang) doesn’t want to be there, he just wants to be with his girlfriend. He told her he would fax her every day, but he can’t seem to find one. When he finally returns home, she tells him it’s over.
Tonight’s episode is beyond special because it is the first scripted show to go to Taiwan. Therefore, it is cool to see the country through their eyes.


Then at 9:30p, The Real O’Neals are back and they want to let you know it is Gay friendly after Noah Galvin’s controversial interview. Therefore they start it out with a Gay Pride parade and him calling up Lance Bass who calls Jane Lynch who calls Tyler Oakley who calls RuPual. If that is not enough, then his character starting an LGBT group should do it for you.
But not for me. I am like an elephant and don’t forget.

Finally at 10p but over on NBC, Chicago Fire is back and it is just as hot as ever. Now that Dawson is a mom (Monica Raymund) firefighting isn’t the same for her. She has some decisions to make. A decision that might come easier when Jimmy (Steven R. McQueen) tells off the Chief (Eamonn Walker). It isn’t all serious, someone has been writing fan faction about the firehouse and they have to figure out who is doing. All this leads to the shocking final seconds that will change someone’s life forever.

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Mike & Molly goes out as perfectly and hilariously as it came in!
May 16th, 2016 under Chuck Lorre, Katy Mixon. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p, Mike & Molly ends its run with the perfect goodbye for this family sitcom. The two episodes are so sweet, filled with so much of love and joy, and humor, that you will be wondering why CBS has ended this show.
The first episode deals with the crazy things that Mike (Billy Gardell) and Molly (Melissa McCarthy) will do to make sure that they will get a baby from the adoption agency. They will go the extremes that any parent who wants a child will go through. They will just be a whole lot funnier as they do it.
Then in the second episode, they get their baby. It starts off with Molly getting the phone in the middle of the night that the mother of her baby is in labor. Molly then has the task of waking up her husband, her mom (Swoosie Kurtz) and her husband Vince (Louis Mustillo), and her sister (Katy Mixon). Once she somehow and comedically gets them out of house, it is time to pick up Mike’s mom (Rondi Reed).
Once they get to the hospital, the craziness ensues. Especially when you get the whole family and their friends (Reno Wilson and Nyambi Nyambi) together in a small confined place like a waiting room. The two grandmas duke it out and it becomes a hilarious mess.
Finally, it is time to meet Mike & Molly’s baby and there is a sweet surprise that is the cherry on top of this series finale.
I could see where the show could’ve gone had it been picked up, but it also is the perfect ending for this enjoyable show that gave me and so many others many many many laughs!
Thanks to everyone who worked on the show for always managing to put a huge smile on my face with every episode.

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Was the chemistry always there for Mike & Molly?
February 2nd, 2015 under Chuck Lorre, Katy Mixon. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8:30p, Mike & Molly celebrates its 100th episode on CBS.
A big reason why this sitcom is reaching this magic number is because of the chemistry between the cast. Was it there from day 1? Recently I was at the Warner Bros TCA Winter Press Day Event, and Melissa McCarthy and Billy Gardell talked about just that. Molly said that the whole cast hit it off immediately. Then she added, “We had a feeling after the first show that we’d been together about three years.”
That is how they felt when they all started filming the pilot, but for the two leads it happened even earlier. They knew as soon as they tested for the roles. Melissa explained that she was very pregnant at the time and she “waddled in” to meet her potential onscreen lover. Gardell took it from there, “We had each read with the other Mike and the other Molly, and then we read together.” Then he added, “Look, they found me in a comedy club in Houston. But I knew nothing about casting television, but I knew when we read it there was just you can’t wish for that. And you can’t just go, I want that to happen.”
That happened time and time again when the other cast members like Reno Wilson, Swoosie Kurtz and Katy Mixon read for their parts.
Gardell concluded the question by saying, “We stayed that way through five years, and I think it comes through. We all get along, and we really love each other.” A love you can see when you tune in every Monday a 8:30p.

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Mike & Molly is so funny tonight, it’ll have you laughing like your high!
November 18th, 2013 under Chuck Lorre, Katy Mixon. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight’s Mike & Molly on CBS at 9p is so funny that I laughed more during this one episode than I did the show’s entire run.
Molly (Melissa McCarthy) has been writing a short story and let’s just say it something that EL James would write about, and that is not the best part of the episode.
Molly agreed to go with her little sister to Happy Hour, but when Victoria (Katy Mixon) runs late the big sister has to meet her at her job. Victoria works as funeral home beautician and Molly doesn’t like the idea of seeing dead people. After waiting and waiting, Molly finally goes in and her sister convinces her that dead people aren’t so bad. Something that is a lot easier when Victoria gives her some pot. Now they are not only having fun with the stiffs, they are trying out coffins for size. And yes, there is a moment that will have you laughing hysterically.
Once the laughing finally dies down, be prepared to laugh again when Mike (Billy Gardell) confronts Molly over book. Well actually he takes a page from it and it is Fifty Shades of awesome! Just like tonight’s whole episode, so make sure to watch,
It truly is balls to the wall this season on Mike & Molly and I am loving the new and improved sitcom!

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