Royal Pains - So we finally know what Paige's secret is - her mom's depression. And that explains a lot about the character this season, even the comment about how little she was around during the winter. For once we got to see Evan be smart and use his head (the exact opposite of last week) when he deflected everyone's questions at the fundraiser. I can understand his anger at Hank, but I hope he forgives him soon. Meanwhile, the General is being stupid at his refusal to allow Hank to help them at all.
Necessary Roughness - An episode I actually enjoyed. I loved her kids following her on her date, and the scene where they confronted her was funny. I saw the repressed memory thing coming, but I figured it was sexual abuse instead of physical abuse. And is TK actually turning a leaf? Probably not, but I can hope. We'll just see how things progress next week.
Melissa and Joey - Well, that was a short relationship, although if they'd aired them over three weeks, it wouldn't have seemed quite so short. And we get Christopher Rich back again in the second episode. Meanwhile, Ryder's girlfriend is so annoying. She's almost funny, but not quite.
Burn Notice - I love it when they make Madeline part of the action, and she was a big part this time around. Obviously, Jesse job wasn't going to be easy, but man that turned out to be something else with the hostages and all. I had no clue how Michael would get them all out of it. Meanwhile, I'm waiting to see how they will leave us hanging at mid-season because it sure seems like they are about to solve the murder.
Suits - I really feel like for the first time Mike is seeing the consequences of the lie he is living. As much as I love the show, I'd hate to be in his shoes for that reason. The main plot with the accountant who turned out to be right about stolen money was fun. And, yes, I gasped at the kiss. Louis is pure evil, just as a side note.
Wipeout - Really? We have to have such obvious ads for Aflack? Of course, I also think that's the furthest I've seen contestants get all season.
Expedition Impossible - Teams one and two I am perfectly happy with. Yes, I was really, truly rooting for the Gypsies, but I would have been okay with No Limits. And Fab 3? I'm glad I'm not going to have to put up with their bickering any more. I would have been seriously upset if they had followed the Gypsies, let them do all the work, and then sprinted past them at the finish line.