“A Bright and Cloudless Morning” was intense, but it had a very happy ending. We’re already looking forward to next season!
We saw a new side to Owen in “Shift-Less”, and, honestly, it was refreshing. We’re hoping to see more of this in the future.
“Down to Clown” focuses on figuring out Owen’s anger issues. Also, Grace and Carlos must deal with unwanted guests in their homes.
A terrible tragedy happened on this week’s 9-1-1: Lone Star. “Impulse Control” shows us how important it is to seek help when you need it.
9-1-1: Lone Star 3×12 “Negative Space” focused on tracking down Owen’s stalker. The situation is creepy but there are surprises along the way
“Prince Albert in a Can” featured an unlikely duo of Grace and Carlos. How do we feel about it? We absolutely loved it.
9-1-1: Lone Star “Parental Guidance” shows that the 126 is always willing to help someone in need, especially, if that person is one of them.
As you can probably guess from the title “The Bird,” this week’s 9-1-1: Lone Star focused on pets. And grief. And health issues.
9-1-1: Lone Star “In the Unlikely Event of an Emergency” focused on TK and his grief. We also learned more about his past, and we love him.
9-1-1: Lone Star “Red vs. Blue” focused on the battle between the 126 and police. It turns out the red and blue have a LOT of issues.
Regardless of the timing, we do love a good campy supernatural theme. #911LoneStar did not disappoint us this week. Read the review
The ice storm is over for the 126, but “Child Care” brought a whole new set of issues for our favorite characters. And we’re not happy.
The ice storm continues on this week’s 9-1-1: Lone Star, and we’re going to be honest: we were a little let down by “Shock and Thaw.”