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On TV Tonight: Tuesday, December 3

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Tuesday usually brings the drama and you can certainly count on it tonight. Here’s what I’m watching.

Agents of SHIELD (ABC, 8pm EST) – It’s a repeat tonight of Girl in the Flower Dress, the episode that introduced Raina. If you missed this one, definitely watch it tonight as Raina comes back in an all new episode next week.

Supernatural (CW, 9pm EST) – Tonight’s the mid-season finale and a lot will be going down. There’s a huge angel crisis that reunites Cas with Sam and Dean. Also, will Dean tell Sam about Zeke? Watch and find out. PS – Please don’t, Dean.

Sons of Anarchy (FX, 10pm EST) – This is the last episode before the big finale. Kurt Sutter has kept awfully quiet on the subject, except for promising naked Juice in this one. Knowing Sutter and Sons of Anarchy though, good things come with a price. I’m still expecting it to be organic orange juice. Like most of the other episodes this season, it’s extended and clocks in at 93 minutes.

What’s on your TV schedule for tonight?

On TV Tonight: Tuesday, November 26

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Everyone’s in trouble. Must be Tuesday. Here are my recommendations for TV tonight.

Agents of SHIELD (ABC, 8pm EST) – The team investigates a woman whose powers are out of control. Bonus, we get to find out more about May and her Calvary nickname. I’m sure she won’t have a good time revealing that information but I can’t wait.

Supernatural (CW, 9pm) – Sam and Dean go undercover as born again virgins when four members of a chastity group die. Will it be dumb? Will it be awesome? There’s one way to find out but I can tell you the stills of Dean in this episode are adorable.

Also, Sons of Anarchy is not on tonight. Never fear, SoA-ers. It’ll be back all new next Tuesday at 10.

What are you watching tonight?

SNL – Josh Hutcherson/HAIM

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Last night’s SNL was an it’s almost Thanksgiving, let’s just phone this in episode. Josh did the best he could but this was no one’s best episode. It’s okay, man. Jennifer Lawrence’s SNL hosting gig didn’t go great either. All right, let’s dive into it.

Josh’s cast member Hunger Games monologue was pretty good, led by Kate McKinnon’s perfect Effie Trinket.

Many more sketches below!

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