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Owen finally decides if he wants to be with Teddy or Amelia on the latest Grey’s Anatomy

Catherine deals with the reality of her diagnosis, Owen makes a choice, and Meredith gets close to Link on the latest episode of Grey’s Anatomy.

Things are going as well as one would expect between Owen, Teddy, and Amelia i.e. not good. For one, Teddy has decided she’s staying put in Seattle to give birth to Owen’s ginger baby. Considering Owen can’t ever make up his mind about his feelings for Teddy and Amelia also works at Grey-Sloan… well, let’s just say I feel like I’m watching Big Love instead of Grey’s Anatomy.

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The Rookie – Redwood – Review: All Hands on Deck

Redwood, a.k.a. the Vice President, is in town and that means all hands on deck to cover the added security that necessitates. With the motorcade and plethora of patrol cars around, traffic will be a nightmare which means tensions will rise, protests will block intersections, sidewalks have to be blocked off, the list is endless. 

West and Lopez are assigned to patrol an apartment complex where a protest has assembled out front.

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A windstorm stirs up drama on the midseason premiere of Grey’s Anatomy

Grey’s Anatomy picks up right where it left off  — with three elevators stuck in limbo and the people trapped inside them desperate to escape before lives are lost.

Before Grey’s Anatomy went on its winter hiatus, Grey-Sloan Memorial was rattled by a terrible windstorm, one that wiped out the power and caused a shutdown in the elevators. Thus leaving Andrew and Meredith stuck in one, Bailey, Helm, and their organ donor Phoebe in another, and Teddy, Owen, and Amelia in the third.

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Single Parents – The Two-Parent Struggle Bus – Review: Not Part of the Hunt

Will’s ex, and Sophie’s mother, Mia (guest starring the fantastic Vanessa Bayer) makes a surprise visit for Sophie’s birthday and throw’s Will’s world and rules out the window. Everyone is impressed by Mia and her overly generous spirit and energy except Will who finds all the boundaries he’s set for Sophie being challenged. Mia believes bedtimes are defined by circadian rhythms and doesn’t think meals should be eaten in courses. She gives Sophie sugar and gifts, she’s the good cop to Will’s bad and he finds himself having a hard time standing up to her.

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The Rookie – Flesh and Blood – Review: Turducken

I may have said this last week but THIS was truly my favorite episode of the show so far, wow. Every single pairing was comedy gold or at least heartwarming in some way or other. Also this show just got me shipping about 3 more pairings too. I’m really falling in love with these characters! There was so many fun love/hate scenes in this episode and witty banter, ugh, love it.

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The Rookie – The Standoff – Review: I Didn’t Know Rock Bottom Had a Basement

In the aftermath of Kyle holding John at gunpoint last week, we see him escape with his life due to Lucy’s help. She arrives just in time to shoot him although he hesitated a moment too long as well and lost his moment.

After getting abducted during the undercover drug deal gone wrong, Isabel is left abandoned in the trunk of a car with a bullet in the head. Surprisingly though, she’s still alive, but not in good condition. Tim rushes to her side.

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The Rookie – Time of Death – Review: Officer Nolan in Pursuit

What initially begins as a somewhat lighthearted episode, with Bishop and Nolan winding up in an escape room with a suspect and having to figure out a way out before approaching the scene of a robbery where a silent alarm had been tripped, quickly spirals into something much more serious when Nolan kills someone on the job.

Bishop also assists in orchestrating a drug bust that involves Tim’s wife, Isabel, who will be playing the part of informant in order to lessen or eliminate her jail sentence, but involves her going into a very volatile situation.

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Single Parents – Ronald Reagan’s White House Collectible Pen – Review: D’Amato Mic Drop

Will has a new anti-smartphone agenda he wants to get all the other parents involved in at the next Parent’s Social Night. It’s time for them to make a pledge promising they won’t get their kids cellphones until eighth grade. Meanwhile, Douglas is trying to track down the person who stole his revered Ronald Reagan White House collectible pen at last year’s social night, as the title would suggest.

No kids this week as this episode centers entirely on the parents.

“Ronald Reagan’s White House Collectible Pen” was written by Ali Kinney and directed by Trent O’Donnell.

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Single Parents – Sleepover Ready – Review: Shawshanking

So excited for a new episode of Single Parents! Tonight’s episode was written by Sarah Tapscott and directed by Jason Winer. It’s time for a sleepover. I don’t know about you guys but sleepovers used to be the highlight of my week when I was a kid – and all through high school for that matter.

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Advance Preview: Single Parents

Single Parents premieres on SEPTEMBER 26TH at 8:30/9:30c on ABC.

If you’ve been nursing a New Girl-shaped hole in your heart, then ABC’s Single Parents might just be the perfect cure. Elizabeth Meriwether returns for another heartfelt comedy about an eclectic ensemble, this time the gang is a group of single parents.

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