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

    "Your hope is a revolution."

    🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨

    1. First, Euphoria debuted its first special episode that focused on Rue celebrating Christmas in a diner with Ali, and they talked about Rue's addiction, her struggles to stay sober, and her relationship with Jules.

    Ali telling Rue that she needs to fight and find hope or else she could die

    2. Also on Euphoria, the episode was absolutely brilliant from start to finish, but it was this moment when Rue told Ali how she would want her sister and mom to remember her that broke me.

    Rue telling Ali, "As someone who tried really hard to be someone I couldn't"

    3. On The Mandalorian, Mando crossed paths with Boba Fett and Fennec Shand (who is alive) on Tython, fought off some Stormtroopers, and Boba got his armor back.

    Boba Fett fighting several Stormtroopers

    4. Also on The Mandalorian, after channeling his powers, Baby Yoda aka Grogu was captured by Moff Gideon and his Darktroopers before Mando could save him.

    Grogy being taken by a Darktrooper as Mando and Fennec run up

    5. On Grey's Anatomy, Bailey's mother heartbreakingly died of COVID-19 after an outbreak started at the assisted living home where she and Bailey's dad lived.

    Bailey singing "My Girl" to her mom

    6. Also on Grey's Anatomy, Bailey and Maggie had this extremely important heart-to-heart where they talked about having to say goodbye to a loved one.

    Bailey telling Maggie that she's worried she's not doing enough for her mom and Maggie saying fighting to keep her own mom alive didn't help her feel better about losing her

    7. On The Flight Attendant, Cassie continued to spiral after Max was hit by a car, and it led to this incredible performance by Kaley Cuoco after Cassie got arrested and started to reckon with her past.

    Cassie weeping in a jail cell

    8. Also on The Flight Attendant, Miranda and Cassie began to work together, and Cassie shockingly learned that Buckley is actually Felix, the man out to kill Miranda.

    Cassie noticing Buckley on a roof as being the one chasing her and Miranda

    9. Big Mouth returned with Season 4 on Netflix, and it was better than ever. The new season continues to delve into all of the coming-of-age shenanigans that made the previous seasons so fresh and hilarious.

    10. Also on Big Mouth, Ayo Edebiri officially replaced Jenny Slate as Missy in Episode 9 when Missy finally embraced her true self.

    Missy putting pieces of herself together and saying, "Oh, there I am. I'm all of these Missys. All of 'em"

    11. On Big Sky, after planting a tracking device on Legarski's car, Jenny and Cassie were literally so close to finding Grace, Danielle, and Jerrie, who were trapped just several floors below where they stood.

    Grace realizing someone is there and shouting help and Cassie telling Jenny, "I feel we're close"

    12. Also on Big Sky, Ronald decided to get close to Merilee, Legarski's wife, and when Merilee returned home after a late night, Legarski looked, well, a little murderous.

    Ronald and Merilee dancing then Merilee sleeping and Legarski coming up the stairs

    13. Selena: The Series started streaming on Netflix this week. Part 1 details the early years of Selena Quintanilla's career as she and her family deal with their rise to fame.

    Christian Serratos as Selena Quintanilla

    14. On Station 19, Jack ended up moving in with Inara and Marcus after Marsha was hospitalized after getting COVID-19.

    Jack telling Inara, "What if I stay her for a whole? I mean, just until she came back?" And, Jack sleeping on the couch and Marcus sleeping on the floor next to him

    15. Also on Station 19, Maya confided in Andy that while she loves living with Carina, she's constantly worried that she'll ruin their relationship.

    Maya telling Andy she's worried she is going to "snap" just like her father and that Carina would stop loving her, but Andy says if she's worried she'll be like him, that's a good sign

    16. Your Honor premiered this week. Starring Bryan Cranston, the new limited series follows a respected judge whose son ends up being involved in a hit-and-run that changes the lives of his entire family.

    17. The Hardy Boys started streaming on Hulu this week. Based on the beloved The Hardy Boys book series, the show follows Frank, Joe, and their father as they try to uncover the truth behind a tragedy that has changed their lives.

    18. On A Million Little Things, Eddie heartbreakingly told Rev. Stewart he wished he could've saved Alex from drowning. However, Stewart revealed she actually died of a drug overdose and it wasn't Eddie's fault.

    Eddie telling Stewart that if he was sober he could've saved Alex from drowning, and Stewart breaking the news that Alex didn't die in the water

    19. And finally, Nurses premiered on NBC this week. This Canadian medical drama follows five young, you guessed it, nurses as they begin work at St. Mary's hospital.

    Tiera Skovbye as Grace in Nurses

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