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    15 TV Moments From This Week That We Can't Stop Talking About

    If you aren't watching Ted Lasso, what are you waiting for?

    🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨


    1. First, on The Boys, we learned that Lamplighter, a former member of the Seven, was working at Sage Grove, a psychiatric hospital where Vought injects patients with Compound V.

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    2. Also on The Boys, Stormfront revealed to Homelander that she's over 100 years old and was married to Frederick Vought, a Nazi who created Compound V and started Vought.

    Stormfront explaining that Vought gave her the first successful Compound V injection and taught her everything
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    3. On Ted Lasso, Rebecca finally told Ted the truth and revealed that she originally hired him because she wanted the team to fail.

    Rebecca saying she's sorry and Ted forgiving her because this job changed his life

    4. Also on Ted Lasso, after his poor performance, Roy ended up getting benched, but decided to show up to practice and continue being a great captain.

    Roy telling the team, "Second team is gonna kick first team's fucking asses today"

    5. Lovecraft Country gave us a gorgeous sci-fi episode when Hippolyta was transported through time after tinkering with Hiram's orrery — she danced with Josephine Baker and trained with a group of Black women warriors.

    Hippolyta saying she got too comfortable and should be standing up and fighting back

    6. Also on Lovecraft Country, Hippolyta traveled back in time to when she was lying in bed with George, and she explained how she started "shrinking" herself.

    Hippolyta explaining to George how she started shrinking in their marriage and how she stopped dreaming so big

    Aunjanue Ellis gave an amazing performance this week in an episode where she was front and center from beginning to end.

    7. Bob's Burgers returned with Season 11 this week. The new season kicked off with Bob embarking on a journey where he's searching for a missing key in his car.

    Bob talking to a rubber band ball and realizing that he is special and has great qualities

    Bob's journey ended up being about self-love, and it was perfect.

    8. Fargo finally returned this week. The new season is set in 1950s Kansas City and follows two criminal groups who are trying to control the economy and fight to preserve the American dream.

    Chris Rock in "Fargo"
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    This season stars Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, E’myri Crutchfield, Jack Huston, Ben Whishaw, Glynn Turman, and Jessie Buckley.

    9. On The 100 series finale, Clarke tried to achieve "transcendence" in order to save humanity, and was brought before a judge, who took the form of Lexa.

    "Lexa" appearing to Clarke and Clarke hugging her
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    Seeing Alycia Debnam-Carey return was something I wasn't prepared for. You can read all about the return of "Lexa" here.

    10. Also on The 100, the series ended with Murphy, Raven, Octavia, and the rest of the crew deciding to stay with Clarke, who didn't achieve "transcendence," so they could live out the rest of their days together.

    Lexa explaining to Clarke that her friends were the first people to choose to come back from transcendence
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    Yes, this is all super confusing and even though I watched every single episode of this show, I can't even explain what happened.

    11. On We Are Who We Are, director Luca Guadagnino managed to sneak in a super-subtle cameo by Timothée Chalamet when he simply walked behind Richard during a scene.


    Luca, who worked with Timothée on Call Me by Your Name, confirmed that this is Timothée and that Armie Hammer will have a similarly subtle cameo during the season.

    12. South Park aired a chaotic pandemic special where we learned how each of the characters are dealing with *waves hands* all of this.

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    13. On Power Book II: Ghost, Tariq's idea for an app that delivers drugs and tutoring to students took off.

    Tariq explaining that they will sell drugs by selling study guides for classes

    14. Utopia started streaming this week. This eerily timely show follows a group of fans who bond over their obsession with a seemingly fictional comic called Utopia. Soon, the group learns that the dangers in the book are real.

    Wilson screaming, "Guys! Get in! Utopia is real! This is Jessica fucking Hyde!"
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    The series was written by Gillian Flynn, who wrote Gone Girl and Sharp Objects.

    15. And finally, The Comey Rule aired this week. This two-part series tells the story of FBI Director James Comey and President Trump.

    Jeff Daniels as James Comey
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    "Night One" followed the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails and the impact on the 2016 election, while "Night Two" followed the first months of the Trump presidency.

    What were your favorite TV moments this week? And what shows are you excited for this fall? Tell us in the comments below!

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