"Grey's Anatomy" Delivered A Sad Twist For One Character, Plus 10 More TV Moments From This Week

    Grey's Anatomy giving us an episode with Richard and Meredith hanging out is exactly what I needed.

    🚨 There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for the week of May 6–13, 2022.🚨

    The Best TV Moments This Week

    1. First, Hacks returned with Season 2 on HBO Max this week. The first two episodes dealt with Ava and Deborah hitting the road for the new comedy tour, but just when their relationship seemed good, Deborah found out about that pretty scathing email Ava sent at the end of last season. So now Deborah is suing her.

    Ava reading out the email describing Deborah's "terrible relationship with her junkie daughter" and how she is selfish and a bully, and then saying "Deborah, that's not true"

    2. On This Is Us, Kate, Randall, and Kevin dealt with Rebecca's deteriorating health after Miguel's death. When it became clear Rebecca couldn't be left alone without family anymore, Kevin and Sophie made the decision to move into the house Kevin built for Rebecca and to take care of her. This moment was coupled with flashbacks to all the ways Rebecca helped her kids over the years, so naturally I was weeping by the end.

    Kevin explains that he and Sophie will move into the house with Rebecca, and Madison explains that he won't be moving away from his kids because she and Elijah will move to the East Coast too

    3. On The Flight Attendant, Cassie and Davey traveled back home so that Cassie could finally try to let go of all the guilt she has been carrying around since her dad's death. The trip ultimately led to Cassie reconnecting with her mom, and it did not go well. Sharon Stone as Cassie and Davey's mother was so perfect, and her work alongside Kaley Cuoco was just flawless.

    Cassie telling her mother how she avoided her and drank a lot, and what a relief it was not to feel like a disappointment, and her mother cups her face and says she loves her but doesn't like her

    4. On Grey's Anatomy, Richard accidentally got stoned after drinking one of Catherine's weed-infused drinks, and honestly, it was nice to see some levity between Richard and Meredith before the end of the episode, which was an utter gut punch. In the final minutes, Catherine revealed to Richard that her cancer is back and has progressed.

    Richard tells Meredith how Seattle is haunted because everywhere, there are memories of people who aren't there anymore, like Ellis

    5. On Station 19, Jack and Andy went on a road trip to meet Jack's newly discovered brother. While there, Jack heartbreakingly learned that his brother actually grew up with their mom and dad, and that Jack was the only one of his siblings who was put up for adoption.

    Andy explaining that their mother got pregnant with Jack in high school and gave him up so he could have a better life

    6. The Wilds finally returned with Season 2 on Prime Video. The new season continued to follow the girls as they tried to survive on the island, while also introducing a group of boys who were also stranded and part of this social experiment.

    Someone talks about accepting that this is their life now and asks whether acceptance is just another word for giving up

    7. And on The Wilds, while this season packed in a lot — and I mean A LOT — arguably the best moment was in the final minutes of the season, when the boys and girls finally teamed up in the present day and we found out they are still on an island.

    Character says a whole new control group has sprung up and someone is shown screaming

    8. On iCarly, Josh Peck guest-starred as Paul, a new manager Carly has hired who does not get along with Freddie. This marked a reunion between Josh Peck and Miranda Cosgrove, who previously starred together on Drake & Josh.

    Paul says he can't work with Freddie and it's "him or me," and Freddie calls him a chicken

    9. Candy started streaming on Hulu. Starring Melanie Lynskey and Jessica Biel, this new limited series tells the story of Candy Montgomery (played by Biel), a suburban housewife who is accused of murdering her friend Betty Gore.

    Candy and Betty look unhappily at each other

    10. And on Candy, Justin Timberlake made a surprise appearance alongside Biel as Officer Deffenbaugh, one of the sheriff's deputies who is investigating Betty's murder and doesn't believe Candy's story at all. Meanwhile, Lynskey's IRL husband, actor Jason Ritter, also appeared.

    11. And finally, Workin' Moms Season 6 finally dropped on Netflix in the US this week. The new season continued to focus on Kate, Anne, and their friends as they struggle to balance their work and home lives, but the difference was that this time, Kate and Anne decided to cut each other out of their lives too.

    Anne asks Kate if their friendship feels like a time capsule, built on ideas that don't serve them anymore, and says she needs to figure out who she is without Kate

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