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    "This Is Us" Featured Jack Sadly Dealing With His Mom's Death, Plus 14 More TV Moments From This Week

    Abbott Elementary makes me laugh every single week.

    🚨There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for the week of Jan. 21 to Jan. 27, 2022.🚨

    The Best TV Moments This Week

    1. First, on Euphoria, we finally got Cal's backstory and learned about his relationship with Derek, his best friend from high school, and how it ended once Marsha got pregnant.

    Cal and Derek dancing and kissing each other

    2. And on Euphoria, Cal went to Fez and Ashtray about them knowing what happened between him and Jules, and they had no idea what he was talking about, and it was low-key the funniest thing ever.

    Cal telling Fez he's here for the disc and Fez saying he's confused and doesn't know what he's talking about

    3. On Abbott Elementary, Janine and Melissa hilariously dealt with Courtney, a rebellious student who Janine realized needed to be moved up a grade.

    Janine and Melissa walking into Janine's classroom and seeing Courtney writing a bad word on the board and teaching other students

    4. On The Book of Boba Fett, we caught up with Mando, aka Din Djarin, from The Mandalorian and saw him wield the Darksaber and how he misses Grogu, aka Baby Yoda.

    Mando telling the Armorer he wants to see Grogu and make him armor as well as "make sure he's safe"

    5. And on The Book of Boba Fett, Mando built a new ship alongside Peli Motto, and after Fennec Shand arrived and asked for help, Mando said he first had to go find Baby Yoda.

    Mando telling Fennec he will help her and Boba but first he has to pay a visit to a "little friend"

    6. 9-1-1: Lone Star made us believe that T.K. was back home with his mom after getting hypothermia, but in reality he was still at the hospital and could die.

    A doctor telling Carlos that T.K is ont he verge of multi-system organ failure

    7. Legends of Tomorrow introduced the first asexual superhero on TV when Spooner came out to Zari, and it was perfect.

    Zari explaining to Spooner what asexual means and then Spooner saying, "Wow, I guess that makes me Ace"

    8. Ozark Season 4, Part 1 dropped on Netflix and the first part of the final season was wild; namely we heartbreakingly watched Javi, who is chaotic, kill both Wyatt and Darlene.

    Javi shooting Wyatt and Darlene and then Ruth screaming about Wyatt dying

    9. On This Is Us, Jack traveled to Ohio to attend his mother's funeral, and it led to him learning more about her life after she left his father.

    Jack giving a eulogy at his mom's funeral and then crying and saying "I don't have a mom anymore"

    10. On How I Met Your Father, Sophie met Drew, who is played by Josh Peck, and we found out that he was also at Sid and Hannah's engagement party, so he could be the father of her son.

    Drew explaining to Sophie that they met and he gave her a charger

    11. On And Just Like That..., Miranda and Che continued their romance, while Steve tried to find out from Carrie how long Miranda and Che have been together.

    Steve telling Carrie that he'll never take his wedding ring off, no matter what Miranda decides

    12. On Peacemaker, Adebayo used Peacemaker's X-ray vision helmet, and it led to her figuring out that Murn is a Butterfly.

    Adebayo x-raying Murn's head and seeing a butterfly inside his skull

    13. On Batwoman, the Bat Fam finally came face-to-face with Pam/Poison Ivy and were able to stop her and save Mary. Then, the episode ended with Pam and Renee leaving Gotham and moving to Coryana.

    Renee explaining to Pam that she didn't sell her out and wants to be with her

    14. On Good Sam, Sam found out Griff was involved with helping covering up a failed clinical trial, but more importantly we found out that Griff and Vivian are apparently keeping something bigger from Sam.

    Sam telling Griff they are not the same person and then Griff telling Vivian Sam found his donor list but not something else

    15. And finally, The Gilded Age premiered on HBO this week. The new series begins in 1882 with Marian, who is coming from rural Pennsylvania to New York City after the death of her father. Soon, Marian, who is played by Meryl Streep's youngest daughter, Louisa Jacobson, finds herself thrust into old-money society at a time when everything is changing.

    Marian's aunt telling her, "You belong to old New York, my dear"

    We can't fit everything into one post, so what were your favorite TV moments this week? Tell us in the comments below!