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

    I'm ready to talk about Kristen Bell in the absolutely hilarious The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl In the Window.

    🚨There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for the week of Jan. 28 to Feb. 3, 2022.🚨

    The Best TV Moments This Week

    1. First, on The Book of Boba Fett, Mando traveled to visit Grogu, Luke, and Ahsoka Tano and decided not to actually see Grogu after Ahsoka recommended he not interrupt the little guy's training.

    Ahsoka telling Mando that Grogu misses him a lot, but if he sees him, it will set him back

    2. And on The Book of Boba Fett, Cad Bane, one of the biggest bounty hunters from the Star Wars universe, made his live-action debut when he ordered Vanth not to interfere in the Pykes' plans.

    Cad Bane telling Vanth, "I'd be careful where I was sticking my nose if I were you"

    3. On Abbott Elementary, Janine learned that implementing a gifted program at the school had its downsides, and tbh, this Ava moment was the funniest thing to happen in the episode.

    Ava mimicking Janine's heavy breathing and saying she sounds like an old locomotive, then looking directly into the camera

    4. The first three episodes of Pam & Tommy premiered on Hulu. The series chronicles Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee's whirlwind relationship, namely how their sex tape was leaked in 1997.

    Tommy proposing to Pamela in the middle of a bar and Pamela saying "Okay"

    5. On Batwoman, a lot happened in this episode — like Jada finding out Ryan's secret — but I truly can't think of anything else besides Sophie and Ryan finally admitting their feelings for each other and getting together.

    Ryan explaining to Sophie that she keeps people at arm's length because she's lost people she loved, and then they start kissing

    6. On This Is Us, in the past, Rebecca started dating again following Jack's death, which led to this brilliantly acted scene from Mandy Moore after Kate confronted Rebecca about it.

    Kate calling Rebecca a "slut" for going on a date and kissing someone, and Rebecca slapping her

    7. On the Nancy Drew Season 3 finale, Nancy finally defeated Temperance, which heartbreakingly led to Ryan's death and then Ace's death a month later. Luckily, it was all undone after Temperance offered Nancy a deal, but still, this was stressful.

    Ryan and Nancy crying as he says he doesn't want to go, and then Nancy screaming for help after Ace dies in her arms

    8. And on Nancy Drew, while Ryan and Ace ended up surviving, Temperance unleashed one final curse before leaving Horseshoe Bay: The minute Nancy acts on her feelings for Ace, he'll die. So, yeah, this isn't great.

    Temperance explaining the curse on Ace to Nancy while she cries, and then Nancy pushing Ace away

    9. On Euphoria, Cal decided that coming home drunk and telling his family how much he hated them was a great thing to do. So, yes, we watched Cal give a monologue about loving men, cheating on his wife, and how he's disappointed in his sons.

    Cal talking to his sons and saying his double life hurt them but he doesn't care and that his family held him back

    10. And on Euphoria, literally every single character was making the worst decisions. Jules and Elliot made out, Rue possibly overdosed, and Cassie — oh, sweet Cassie — got drunk at Maddy's birthday and kept pining over Nate.

    Jules and Elliot lying together, Rue not looking well, and Cassie and Nate in a hot tub

    11. The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl In the Window started streaming on Netflix. A satire of all the mystery movies we've all become obsessed with, this series follows Anna, who thinks she's spotted a gruesome murder at her new neighbors' house.

    Anna witnessing a woman across the street being stabbed in the neck

    12. Also on The Woman in the House, this season is absolutely hilarious — I mean, Anna's daughter was eaten by a serial killer when her husband brought her to work for a day — but nothing was as epic as Glenn Close's surprise cameo in the season finale.

    Anna, who is on a plane, saying she doesn't drink wine anymore, but will have vodka and then asking her seat neighbor, who is played by Glenn Close, why she's going to NYC

    13. On the And Just Like That... season finale, Carrie went to the Paris bridge where she and Big reunited in the Sex and the City finale and spread his ashes. She also decided that while she was in Paris, it was a good time to text Samantha, who actually responded and agreed to meet with her (in an off-camera scene).

    Carrie texting Samantha, "I'm in Paris, want to meet for a cocktail?" and Samantha suggesting they do it tomorrow night

    14. And on And Just Like That..., Che announced that they're going to LA to film a TV pilot, so Miranda decided it was a good idea to turn down a prestigious and important internship and follow them.

    Che tells Miranda over dinner that they want her to come with them to LA

    15. On 9-1-1: Lone Star, we finally found out what led to T.K. and Carlos's breakup, but it ended up not mattering because as soon as T.K. woke up from his coma, he and Carlos patched things up.

    TK saying, "Hey, baby" and reminding Carlos to breathe

    16. On Peacemaker, things took a turn when Detective Song was inhabited by Goff Butterfly after Vigilante accidentally broke his jar. This led to Song unleashing a Butterflies invasion on the police precinct, and now everyone is being controlled and looking for Peacemaker.

    17. And finally, on How I Met Your Father, Sophie celebrated her 30th birthday, and Sophie and Drew got more serious after he showed up at her party.

    Sophie and Drew kissing on a roof

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