Looking for a new roommate ("The Day Alex Left For College")

Looking for a new roommate ("The Day Alex Left For College")
Looking for a new roommate ("The Day Alex Left For College")

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Monday, December 21, 2015

Friday, December 18, 2015

“Welcome Back, To That Same Old Place That You Laughed About”

A little news about an upcoming episode (albeit maybe one that's a bit far down the road) with loads of potential:

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

"The Waiting Is The Hardest Part"

No real news to speak of (the press release for "Spread Your Wings" should come out some time next week - the commercial that aired during last week's episode hints at a possible Alex and Phil story *), but if you missed last week's "White Christmas" and Alex's beautiful singing, ABC is repeating it next Wednesday night.

This week has two re-runs from last season: tonight it's "Grill, Interrupted" and tomorrow night "Connection Lost" returns.

Oh, and Merry Express Christmas!

*[EDIT: Never mind - a new commercial aired this evening and it appears Alex is in an entirely different story.  I'll guess we see Alex and Phil together in the next one.]

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

“Silent Night, Holy Night” (“White Christmas” Recap)

OK, there's no way that I could not use the opening line from that song for my recap post title tonight. Not after that performance – can we retroactively nominate Ariel Winter for a Grammy? That was such a nice surprise to let her show off her singing talent.

"Oh, The Weather Outside Is Frightful"

Well, if you're going out to the mountains to try and celebrate a "White Christmas", then, yes, warmer than expected temperatures would probably be considered "frightful".  The promo commercial for tonight's episode does seem to indicate that at least we will see snow by night's end (unless it's fake snow - Green Acres pulled that trick once).

So, what do I think the final episode of 2015 will bring - presents or coal?

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

“Yes, It's Over. Call It A Day.” (“Clean Out Your Junk Drawer” Recap)

Well, so much for AlBen. Or was it LexBen? Or maybe ReubEx?

"And All You Wanted Was Somebody Who Cares"

No, I didn't go away or anything - there just wasn't anything happening in the past week or so - even the commercial for this week's episode had nothing interesting (it stayed totally away from Alex's story and focused solely on the group therapy session the adults will be having).  And I've yet to see any sneak peaks for tonight.

But, tonight has finally arrived (well, today anyway) and with that, it's time to look forward to "Clean Out Your Junk Drawer":