Monday’s Bob Hearts Abishola saw two families become one, as the eponymous couple tied the knot in a traditional Nigerian ceremony. But before the wedding could take place, Bob and Abishola had to adhere to a number of traditions native to Abishola’s homeland. The episode began with an introduction ceremony, which saw family matriarch Dottie [
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All I know for certain, after watching this week’s Evil, is that David Acosta is on track to become a priest in 18 days. Everything else is a devilishly delicious question mark. Is Kristen evil-free after her accidental exorcism? Was she ever demonically influenced to begin with? Speaking of which, what was going on with Leland [
Alex makes her triumphant inevitable return to The Morning Show in this week’s The Morning Show, but there’s another comeback during the episode in which I’m far more interested. No, it’s not Mitch’s — though we do find out where he’s living and how he’s doing during the hour, which is titled “It’s Like the Flu.” [
This week’s Evil brings to mind that old chestnut: You’ve gotta manipulate a few eggs if you want to foment the world’s descent into darkness. David’s decision to focus on RSM Fertility really kicks into gear in Sunday’s episode, in which we learn that one of the eggs left over from when Kristen underwent in [
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Need to catch up? Read our previous Riverdale recap here. Cheryl stepped up to take control of her family ministry this week on Riverdale. (Can we get an “amen?”) She and Kevin are warming up to perform a medley from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat when Penelope interrupts with a message she claims is [