Sunday is the night to stay at home, turn on the TV, and forget your life for awhile. I know there is the fear to put things on Fridays and Saturdays because those are typically the nights people go out. But that doesn't mean they can't try does it?
What To Watch
|1. Shark Tank|
Friday, ABC 9pm: More ideas, more millionaires judging people, more awesome. I like it when reality shows can go beyond just drunk people in a house and actually venture into a new world. I won't be able to start my own business because of the show but it is a nice look into what an investor might be looking for in one.
Friday, Fox 9pm: The season finale is here. Until I started doing these What To Watches I didn't realize this was still on TV. Reading the small synopsis didn't help much to catch me up either. Someone out there want to explain what this show is now about?
|3. The Simpsons|
Sunday, Fox 8pm: Homer goes slightly more bald and Bart gets an attractive piano teacher. It's impressive the writers are still able to pen unique story lines. It would be even more depressing to watch the show and watch the same reused plots in an unfunny form.
|4. Bob's Burgers|
Sunday, Fox 8:30pm: Ghostdad gets what Ghostdad wants. This is the season finale see you won't be seeing new ones on for just a bit. I assume like most shows now it will pop up this season on Netflix some time before season 4 premieres.
|5. Game of Thrones|
Sunday, HBO 9pm: I have yet to catch up from last week but nothing excites me more than a new episode of Game of Thrones. Almost anything can happen in this show and at anytime and somehow it doesn't feel shallow or forced most of the time.
|6. Mad Men|
Sunday, AMC 10pm: More Mad Men! I haven't been watching so I don't know what to say here. But it's Mad Men, you know you're going to watch it anyways.