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    I'm Still Yelling About These 17 TV Moments From This Week, So We Have To Talk About Them Right Now

    Sam Wilson as Captain America remains the greatest thing ever.

    🚨Obviously, MASSIVE spoilers ahead and #8 includes mentions of sexual assault!🚨

    1. First, on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season finale, Sam finally became Captain America and helped stop the Flag Smashers. Anthony Mackie delivered this amazing speech that I am still thinking about too.

    Sam asking how the senators are going to use their power

    2. And on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, we found out that Sharon is the Power Broker; meanwhile John Walker assumed the US Agent mantle.

    John Walker in his US Agent suit

    3. Also on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, I fully wept when Sam showed Isaiah and Eli Bradley the exhibit honoring Isaiah.

    Isaiah and Eli reading the plaque about Isaiah's life

    4. On the For All Mankind Season 2 finale, after the Russians infiltrated Jamestown, Tracy and Gordo heartbreakingly died after they went on the surface of the moon — wearing only duct tape suits — to fix a reactor.

    Gordo saying, "I love you, Trace"

    5. Shadow and Bone started streaming on Netflix. Based on Leigh Bardugo's best-selling Grishavere novels, the show follows Alina Starkov, a soldier and orphan who unleashes an extraordinary power and can become the one person to save her war-torn world.

    Ben Barnes and Jessie Mei Li as The Darkling and Alina Starkov

    6. And on Shadow and Bone, as a fan of the books, I really just have to give a shoutout to every single member of this cast for bringing these characters to life so perfectly in Season 1.

    The Darkling saying, "Fine. Make me your villain"

    7. On All American, Olivia delivered this passionate speech after attending the vigil for Tamika, and Samantha Logan is just absolutely crushing it this season.

    Olivia telling Spencer that she is going to fight for Tamika's justice

    8. The Handmaid's Tale finally returned with Season 4. The season picked up with June and the other Handmaids making it to a safe house. Mckenna Grace joined the cast as Mrs. Keyes, and I'm already in awe of her performance.

    June telling Mrs. Keyes that god will make those men pay for what they did to her

    9. And on The Handmaid's Tale, after being taken back to Gilead, June and the other Handmaids tried to leave Aunt Lydia, but tragically, only June and Janine escaped while Alma and Brianna died.

    The Handmaids running towards train tracks

    10. On Cruel Summer, in 1995, Jeanette visited Mr. Harris's house and ran into Vince, and then Vince lied to the attorneys and said Jeannette hadn't been back to the house.

    Jeanette telling Vince she comes to the house a lot vs. Vince telling an attorney Jeanette hasn't been back to the house

    11. On Mare of Easttown, after learning about Erin's death, her father took Dylan, her baby's father, out to the woods and shot him because he was convinced Dylan killed Erin.

    Dylan saying, "I'm begging you, please. I'm a kid. Please"

    12. And on Mare of Easttown, in the final minutes, Erin's best friend revealed that Mare's ex-husband Frank could actually be the father of Erin's baby.

    Jess telling Lori that she thinks the real father of Erin's baby is Frank Sheehan

    13. On Prodigal Son, Martin Whitly escaped Claremont Hospital, and TBH, this is a plot point I've been waiting an entire season for.

    Dani telling Malcolm that his father escaped

    14. On Supergirl, Nia and Brainy traveled back in time in an attempt to get Kara's DNA and hopefully save her from the Phantom Zone — this was just a really great Nia/Brainy episode, plus I love any excuse to see little Kara and Alex.

    Brainy and Nina running into young Kara, Alex, and Kenny

    15. On The Nevers, while finding her voice again in the park, Mary was shockingly shot and killed by someone working for Maladie.

    Amalia holding Mary's body after she's been shot

    16. On The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, the Don't Bothers won their first game, and I'm just very proud of this little group.

    Evan celebrating and Alex screaming

    17. And finally, on Young Rock, Luke Hemsworth guest-starred as Dwayne's football coach at the University of Miami, who helps him navigate his college career.

    Dwayne talking to his football coach

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

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