Watch With Amanda: What’s on TV This Week? March 4 – 10

amandaThis week, the ‘Hit List’ is read on Smash, everyone is dating on Psych, Justin Timberlake rocks Saturday Night Live, it’s Thanksgiving on Community, and then there’s the season finale of White Collar.

What will you be watching?

Monday March 4th
Bones (8pm): The remains of an immigrant from Sierra Leone are discovered in a barrel at a disposal facility for hazardous waste. Meanwhile, Cam and Arastoo try to keep their relationship under wraps; and Brennan and Booth discuss their vacation plans.


Continuum (8pm): Two murder-suicides happen on the same day. Kiera and Carlos investigate the only link between the two: a video game company that is doing more than just developing video games.
The Following (9pm): With the help of his lawyer, Carroll makes a convincing argument that he should be moved to another facility; Emma and Joey meet up with one of Roderick’s men, unaware that he harbors a secret.

Being Human (9pm): Josh pops the question to Nora; Liam kidnaps and tortures Aidan; and Sally’s body begins to decompose.
Dallas (9pm): Bobby and his brother retaliate in the wake of a takeover of Ewing Energies. Elsewhere, a clash between cousins leads to a winner-take-all car race.

Tuesday March 5th
NCIS (8pm): A media frenzy surrounding an unidentified criminal prompts Gibbs’ barber to question his son’s involvement. He then asks Gibbs to investigate and help prove that his son is innocent.


Pretty Little Liars (8pm): Aria, Emily and Hanna search for Spencer, unsure if she went off on her own or if “A” is behind her disappearance, and their concern grows when they discover Spencer’s family has no idea where she is. Meanwhile, Emily meets Olympian Missy Franklin.
Hart Of Dixie (8pm): Zoe grows very protective of Rose. Elsewhere, money goes missing during a church fund-raiser, and fingers are pointed at Wade; and Lemon seeks George’s assistance to derail Brick and Shelby’s latest plans.

NCIS: LA (9pm): Sam’s wife is called to resume her former CIA cover when a hit on a Russian mob boss leads the NCIS team to suspect Sidorov.
Go On (9pm): It gets dicey when Ryan falls back into his old gambling habit following a breakup. Elsewhere, Anne meets a sightly young bookstore clerk.
The New Normal (9:30pm): Bryan basks in the Halloween spirit by decorating the house, going to a pumpkin patch to spot celebrities and ruling over everyone’s costumes. David finally rebels when Bryan insists on having a Honey Boo Boo theme.
Golden Boy (10pm): A pretty thief tries to keep herself out of jail by giving Clark information about a murdered drug addict and her missing child.

Cougar Town (10pm): Jules’ dad, Chick, recovers from an injury at her house, but she stubbornly refuses to tell him about her own health issues during his stay. Meanwhile, Grayson and Bobby teach Travis how to be a ladies’ man.
Smash (10pm): Tom informs Julia that he has doubts about Peter, which intensifies Julia’s concerns. Meanwhile, the first reading for “Hit List” takes place; Ivy’s hopes are dashed when she meets her new costar; and Karen is unsure if she can place her trust in Jimmy.

White Collar (10pm): SEASON FINALE! In the Season 4 finale, the guys are almost able to retrieve the evidence box from the Empire State Building, but their efforts are impeded by Senator Pratt, who hired FBI agents to find the box first.
Justified (10pm): Boyd realizes he has unfinished business to resolve. Meanwhile, Raylan goes dynamite fishing.

Wednesday March 6th
Suburgatory (9:30pm): Dalia helps Mr. Wolfe get over his breakup with Chef Alan by changing his appearance and, for good measure, plotting a little revenge to mend his broken heart. Meanwhile, Tessa lands an internship with Jill; and Carmen becomes the object of Noah’s desire, much to Dallas and George’s dismay.
Psych (10pm): Juliet goes undercover on a dating site while Shawn tries to contain his jealousy. Elsewhere, Gus has a new girlfriend.


Southland (10pm): Lydia pursues a killer who cooked a victim; John and Lucero bond as they respond to bizarre calls and challenges; Ben and Sammy track bank robbers.

Thursday March 7th
Big Bang Theory (8pm): Sheldon, Leonard and Howard promote careers in science before a group of junior-high girls, while Raj readies for a date with Lucy.
Community (8pm): The gang spend Thanksgiving at Shirley’s but soon begin planning their escape from the awkward gathering. Elsewhere, Jeff visits his estranged dad, whom he hasn’t met as an adult.
Person Of Interest (9pm): The Machine produces six numbers at once, sending Reese and Finch on a search for clues in a coastal town where they must wait out a storm with a group of locals—one of whom may be a killer.


Glee (9:30pm): The new assignment for New Directions is a boys vs. girls competition to perform songs from the movies. Kurt and Rachel find that having Santana as a roommate in their apartment does not go smoothly, especially after she snoops and uncovers some stunning information.

Friday March 8th
Nikita (8pm): Nikita and Amanda are captured by Stefan’s bodyguard and are forced to work together to escape. Meanwhile, Owen becomes furious with Michael, after Michael assigns Alex to be Nikita’s backup instead of him.


Touch (9pm): Lucy loses her cool after three years of searching for Amelia and considers a risky proposition from Calvin. Meanwhile, Martin and Jake try to find Lucy with help from Trevor at Breakwire; and Guillermo has a life-changing encounter in the Arizona desert.
Grimm (9pm): While struggling to process the truth about Juliette and Renard, Nick is called to investigate his own crime. Elsewhere, Renard finds Nick’s trailer and forms a new alliance; Monroe tells Nick that he can help with Juliette; and Wu responds to a shooting at Nick’s house.

Saturday March 9th
Saturday Night Live (11:30pm): Justin Timberlake hosts and is the musical guest.

Sunday March 10th
Once Upon A Time (8pm): Back in fairy-tale land, Rumplestiltskin helps a young Cora, but she must pay a price when the king demands that she prove her claims of spinning straw into gold.


The Simpsons (8pm): When Flanders’ parents prove to prefer Homer’s company to his, he jealously responds by giving Homer a shiner, and then tries desperately to reconcile with him. Meanwhile, Lisa is at a loss to understand why a new substitute teacher is bullying her for no obvious reason.
Revenge (9pm): Emily refocuses her commitment to vengeance in the wake of the tragedy on Jack’s boat, and the town mourns a loss.

The Good Wife (9pm): Alicia defends jailed drug dealer Lemond Bishop, but he requires her to work with another lawyer she suspects may be coercing witnesses to recant their testimony against Bishop. Meanwhile, Kalinda is forced to train a new investigator; and Cary makes a risky move.
The Walking Dead (9pm): Rick and the Governor contemplate a peace treaty.

Girls (9pm): Hannah’s deadline worries and pressure from her publisher weigh heavily on her mind; Adam and his new girlfriend have a misunderstanding; Shoshanna avoids Ray at Charlie’s work party; Marnie makes a move toward her future.
Shameless (9pm): The family gathers for the real Aunt Ginger’s fake funeral. Frank’s cousin Patrick attends and the family conspires against him over Ginger’s will. With Hymie gone, Sheila no longer needs Frank as a nanny – so he needs a new place to stay. Kev and V continue trying for a baby.

Red Widow (10pm): Marta shows good instincts when she must deal with a last-minute change that could ruin an important drug shipment. Meanwhile, Marta’s children are lured into the FBI’s investigation of her; and Boris is reminded of his father’s death.
The Mentalist (10pm): Lorelei resurfaces and wants to know if Red John is linked to her sister’s death. Meanwhile, Jane must admit to Lisbon that he played a role in Lorelei’s jailbreak.
Vikings (10pm): Ragnar gathers a crew in preparation for an epic journey; Earl is overcome with paranoia.

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