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

    Plot twist: Riverdale made me cry this week?!?

    🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead!🚨

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    1. First, on WandaVision, we finally got a look outside of Westview and saw Monica re-materialize following Thanos's snap and how S.W.OR.D. sent her to Westview to help Jimmy Woo.

    Carol Danvers voiceover saying, "When they were handing out kids they gave her the toughest one. Lieutenant Trouble" and Monica lying on the ground and saying, "It's Wanda"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    2. Also on WandaVision, Darcy Lewis figured out that Wanda is creating a sitcom inside Westview, and tbh, her reaction to watching Wanda and Vision was the most relatable thing ever.

    Darcy saying, "Awwww!" while watching the ending credits fo Episode 1 of "WandaVision"
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    3. And on WandaVision, Wanda shockingly saw Vision's dead body after she sent Monica through the Westview forcefield and back into the real world.

    Wanda looking shocked after seeing Vision's dead face, and Vision saying, "What? What is it? What's wrong?"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    I just want to give Wanda a hug!

    4. Dickinson delivered a perfect episode of TV that featured Emily realizing what she truly desires after attending the opera.

    Sue telling Emily, "What is it that you crave? You crave meaning. You crave beauty. You crave love." Then, Sue and Emily kiss
    AppleTV+

    This episode also featured a brilliant singing performance by Ella Hunt as the show made Emily Dickinson's "Split the Lark" poem into a musical. There was also an incredible moment set to "Light On" by Maggie Rogers and I haven't stopped thinking about it all week.

    5. On Batwoman, we finally met Safiyah after Alice and Sophie woke up on her island. And Safiyah claimed that she didn't kill Kate and actually has her alive somewhere.

    Safiyah holding up Kate's necklace and saying, "I gave you everything. Just like I'll give you your sister. If I blew up Kate's place with her inside, how could I possibly have this?"
    The CW

    6. Also on Batwoman, Ryan finally suited up in her own version of the Batsuit and it was just so badass.

    Ryan in an alleyway in her Batsuit complete with a new wig
    The CW

    7. Firefly Lane started streaming on Netflix this week. Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, the show tells the story of two inseparable best friends and their enduring bond that has spanned four decades.

    Tully and Kate drinking wine and talking
    Netflix

    Tully and Kate meet in 1974 and vow to be best friends forever and we'll get to see all of the ups and downs they've experienced together (and apart) as they deal with love, loss, and growing up. I don't want to give too much away since it just started streaming, but Season 1 ends on a cliffhanger and I'm going to need it resolved ASAP.

    8. On Riverdale, Archie, Veronica, Betty, Jughead, Cheryl, and the rest of their friends graduated from Riverdale High and shockingly, nobody was murdered and it was super emotional.

    Betty at graduation saying, "So, please, stay young for as long as you can. Stay innocent for as long as possible, even if it's only for one more moment"
    The CW

    By the end of the episode, Archie decided to join the army, Betty finally told Jughead about kissing Archie, and Cheryl and Toni went their separate ways after Cheryl decided to stay in town and rebuild her family's legacy. We also jumped ahead in time and found out none of them have seen each other in six years. Y'all, this time jump is going to be bonkers.

    9. Also, this episode of Riverdale marked Skeet Ulrich's final appearance as F.P., and the goodbye between F.P. and Alice absolutely broke me.

    Jughead tearfully hugging FP goodbye. And Alice saying, "So is this it? The end of our story?" and FP saying he hopes not, and Alice saying that she loves him
    The CW

    I was so unprepared to get this emotional over F.P. and Alice.

    10. On Chicago P.D., Burgess made the decision to foster Makayla, the young girl she saved while working a case with Ruzek a few episodes ago.

    Burgess telling Makayla that they can be each other's family and take care of each other
    NBC

    11. Legacies hilariously focused on the Salvatore Boarding School putting on a musical about Elena, Stefan, Damon, Caroline, and their time in Mystic Falls during The Vampire Diaries.

    Josie as Elena and Jed and Lizzie as Stefan and Caroline in "Salvatore: The Musical" on "Legacies"
    The CW

    The musical was called "Salvatore: The Musical" and yes, there was a song called "Hello, Brother."

    12. Also on Legacies, Candice King reprised her role as Caroline Forbes for a voiceover where Caroline offers some advice to Lizzie in the form of a letter.

    Caroline's letter to Lizzie saying that her life didn't change when she became a vampire, but rather she grew and changed, and Lizzie is doing the same thing
    The CW

    13. 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lone Star staged an epic crossover when Buck, Hen, and Eddie arrived in Texas to help Owen and his fire station battle a massive wildfire.

    Owen talking to his team, including Buck and Hen
    Fox

    14. On Nancy Drew, after the Aglaeca refused to take Lucy Sabble's bones back in exchange for the Drew Crew's debt, Nancy, Ryan, and Carson finally laid Lucy to rest.

    Nancy saying that Lucy loved this spot in the woods and wrote about it, and then Carson asking if Ryan should join, and Ryan already being there with a flower
    The CW

    15. On Prodigal Son, Jessica figured out that Ainsley and Malcolm were actually behind Nicholas Endicott's disappearance and death.

    Malcolm telling Jessica that Ainsley doesn't know she killed Nicholas and they can't tell her because they might "lose her"
    Fox

    16. On The Resident, Nic and Conrad revealed to all of their friends that Nic is pregnant and that she's having a girl

    Nic, Conrad, Devon, and Mina celebrating
    Fox

    Also, Bell learned that Chastain Hospital had been sold to developers who want to turn the hospital into condos.

    17. On Big Sky, Grace identified Legarski as her kidnapper, while Ronald shockingly killed his mom after she threatened to turn him into the police.

    Grace saying, "That's him." And Ronald asking his mom to protect him before he snaps her neck and begs for her to wake back up
    ABC

    The episode also ended with Jenny and Cassie tracking Ronald to Merilee's house.

    18. On Chicago Fire, Herrmann and Cruz found themselves trapped in a freight elevator while a fire raged in the building and they couldn't communicate with rest of Firehouse 51.

    Herrmann and Cruz with soot all over their faces
    NBC

    19. On Walker, Cordell's old friend Hoyt Rawlins returned to town and gets wrapped up in a case Cordell and Micki are working.

    Cordell and Hoyt drinking at a bar
    The CW

    20. On Grown-ish, Zoey helped Aaron and the duo began talking again, Aaron's new girlfriend asked Zoey to "take a couple steps back" from Aaron.

    Aaron's girlfriend telling Zoey that she needs a chance with Aaron to form her own bond, and Zoey needs to take "a couple steps back"
    Freeform

    21. And finally, on Superstore, Dina hilariously asked Garrett to join her open relationship.

    Dina telling Garrett, "We're gonna have an open relationship! You're gonna be our side piece"
    NBC

    What were your favorite TV moments this week? Tell us in the comments below!

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