But here's what I watched that wasn't Olympics related.
Rush Hour – Interesting twist giving the villain a connection to Carter. Really well done twists to the story, too. Definitely felt like one of the better episodes overall.
Dead of Summer – I was one for two. I noticed that Amy hid her hand, so I knew she was a demon. But I thought putting the bones in the lake would actually be a bad things. Looks like it was a very, very good thing after all. I’m kind of wondering how they will fill two more episodes, however, because it looks like we are ready for the final battle right now.
Scream – I was worried they wouldn’t fit everything into the final hour in this one. What a ride. Nice call backs to the second Scream movie with the theater scene and the police car scene. But seriously? That’s the killer? I’m so bummed! Of course, this season does answer the questions left over from the previous season and the killer makes sense logically, so I’m happy with both now. And that ending? I’d love to see a third season to find out what that is all about.
Suits – No wonder Kevin doesn’t want to talk about anything. Ouch! He’s in a true no win situation. Meanwhile, this subplot with Rachel has taken a much more serious turn with her having a deadline. And Louis’s confession turned out to be much better received than I thought it would be, but how he can be so focused on that with the firm in such bad shape is beyond me.
Girl Meets World – Best line of the night goes to Cory. “I’ve been meeting the world most of my life.” Love it! The episode didn’t quite go the way I thought it would, but I liked it. It is very important to remember that the capacity for good and evil lives in both of us. It is way too easy to sit back and judge what others do and not watch out for evil to hit you. Of course, as a Christian, I do believe that the only good truly comes from God, but that’s a discussion for something outside a sitcom or a short paragraph written about one.