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Fall Premieres – What to Watch this Week (September 14)

New Girl


When we left the gang in season 2, Nick and Jess rode off into the sunset after deciding to  “uncall it” following Nick’s heartfelt declaration, “Look, I know you think we should call this. But I don’t want to give up on this, even if we don’t know what this is. I want to uncall it. Please, can we uncall it? And before you say no, don’t say no.”  The premiere picks up minutes after the finale, where the couple follows one spontaneous decision with another and take an impromptu trip to Mexico.  Chaos in Mexico as Nick and Jess try to figure out what it means to be in a relationship is guaranteed.  Schmidt must make a choice between his college sweetheart, Elizabeth and runaway bride, Cece.  Producer Liz Meriwether hints that Schmidt faces a real dilemma in the premiere and “hopefully the audience goes with us for the choice he makes.”  For new-ish faces, Coach (Damon Wayans Jr. of Happy Endings) makes his return this season and we meet Jess’ (still uncast) sister.  New Girl premieres Tuesday, September 17 at 9pm.  Check out the season promo below.

Premiering this Week

Monday, September 16
Bones (Fox)
Dancing with the Stars (ABC)

Sleepy Hollow (Fox)

Tuesday, September 17
Dads (Fox)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox)9/8c
New Girl (Fox)9:30/8:30c
The Mindy Project (Fox)

Wednesday, September 18
Survivor: Blood vs. Water (CBS)

Friday, September 20
Last Man Standing (ABC)

The Neighbors (ABC)

Shark Tank (ABC)



My One True Love – JTT’s Return to TV


When I was a young girl, I fell in love with a boy.  That boy’s name was Jonathan Taylor Thomas.  The smile!  The dimples! The bowl cut!  It was a match made in heaven.  JTT left acting behind in 2005, but my love never faltered.  Tonight, he returned to television with an appearance on Last Man Standing and reunited with his old dad, Tim Allen.  I’ve never watched Last Man Standing before, but JTT was reason enough to tune in.

He was only on screen for a small amount of time, but he’s still just as adorable as he was in 1995.  JTT still has great comedic timing and charm, but deserves a better platform than Last Man Standing.  Hopefully, this is one of many television appearances to come.  Now, if you’ll excuse me I think its time to watch Wild America …again.