Whoops. I usually don't work Mondays, and when I finished up my 10-hour day yesterday, I totally forgot about the TV ratings. I'm sure you were paralyzed with confusion.
THIS WEEK IN TV About 15 or 20 shows have their series finale this week. In addition: * Season 6 of The Bachelorette premiered yesterday night. * ABC airs Transformers (The W at Amazon) on Wednesday night. * Thursday's a big day for new television First ABC brings us Hollywood Salutes Matt Damon: An American Cinematheque Tribute. * Then Fox counters with the premiere of season 7 of So You Think You Can Dance. Season 7 brings back all-stars from previous seasons, who will partner with the new contestants. The all-stars include: Allison Holker, Season 2 Anya Garnis, Season 3 Pasha Kovalev, Season 3 Lauren Gottlieb, Season 3 Neil Haskell, Season 3 Dominic Sandoval, Season 3 Stephen "Twitch" Boss, Season 4 Comfort Fedoke, Season 4 Courtney Galiano, Season 4 Mark Kanemura, Season 4 Ade Obayomi, Season 5 Kathryn McCormick, Season 6 * And finally, NBC has the premiere of 100 Questions, a comedy series starring Sophie Winkleman (a British actress) as a woman who takes a compatibility test as part of joining an online dating site. * Fox brings Past Life back on Friday night. The show was taken off the air after its third episode did a 1.1 18-49 rating on February 18th. * Game 1 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Chicago Blackhawks airs Saturday on NBC. * Not in primetime, but Fox airs Red Dead Redemption, a special based on the video game, starting 11:59 PM Saturday ET/PT. It was originally supposed to air May 15th before the game came out, but was delayed two weeks. I don't know what to make of that. * Fox airs the Coca-Cola 600 from Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday.
I'm guessing you're mostly kidding (most families don't kill/poison loved ones or bring in Nazi hitmen) but we're given good reason to believe that Jesse's parents cared deeply about him and that he'd abused their trust numerous times.