I'm Still Yelling About These 17 TV Moments From This Week, So We Should Talk About Them

    I may never recover from the first half of the final season of Money Heist.

    🚨There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead, and #3 and #6 mention suicide. 🚨

    1. First, on Ted Lasso, Keeley and Roy went through a bit of a rough patch after Keeley revealed she needed time alone, but don't worry, Roy Kent came through in the end.

    Keeley asking Roy if he's leaving, then Roy revealing that he made a playlist for her

    2. And on Ted Lasso, Nate proved that fame was going to his head when he was absolutely horrible to everyone, but especially Colin and Will.

    Nate telling Colin he's not talented, then Nate yelling at Will for embarrassing him

    3. On Only Murders in the Building, Mabel, Charles, and Oliver questioned Sting — yes, THE Sting — after it looked like he really could've killed Tim Kono.

    Sting saying he was feeling guilty that he might've had something to do with Tim's death, then he starts writing a song

    4. Money Heist/La Casa de Papel started its final season on Netflix when the first five episodes dropped, and it picked up with our favorite criminals trying to pull off the heist and just making it out alive.

    The cast of Money Heist

    5. And on Money Heist/La Casa de Papel, Tokyo's journey heartbreakingly came to an end when she sacrificed herself so the others could survive and escape.

    Denver refusing to leave Tokyo because she's his "sister" and Tokyo saying goodbye to Rio and holding his hand

    6. On Nine Perfect Strangers, with a stronger dose, the Marconi family were able to talk to Zach, and Heather broke down after Zach mentioned how his suicide could've been a side effect of his medication.

    Zach telling Heather she underlined "suicidal ideation" in the pamphlet, then Heather repeating "No" and screaming

    7. And on Nine Perfect Strangers, we learned that Masha's daughter died, which is why she is so interested in the Marconis' grief and trying to reunite them with Zach.

    Masha yelling after her daughter in a flashback

    8. Impeachment: American Crime Story started this week. Starring Beanie Feldstein and Sarah Paulson, this season revolves around the Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky scandal and focuses on the women at the center of it.

    Beanie Feldstein and Sarah Paulson as Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp

    9. On What If...?, a zombie outbreak began, so we got to see what would've happened if our favorite Avengers were zombies. This also led to a heartbreaking moment where Vision couldn't leave a Zombie Wanda, so he died rather than trying to live without her.

    Vision saying, "But I cannot bring myself to leave her" and ripping the mind stone out of his head

    10. On The Walking Dead, after encountering the deadly Reapers, Maggie was forced to leave Alden behind and continue on her journey. This leaves Maggie and Negan alone together...which I'm sure will be fine.

    Alden telling Maggie he trusts her and she has to leave him in order to help everyone else

    11. On the Legends of Tomorrow season finale, Sara and Ava adorably got married before the team had to battle Bishop and some aliens.

    Ava reciting her vows to Sara and saying that Sara brought her to life

    12. On the Good Trouble season finale, Callie realized that she needs to make a career change and figure out what she really wants to do with her law degree.

    Judge Wilson telling Callie, "It's time for you to believe that you can be more than just the Callie Adams Foster that we all know and love"

    13. And on Good Trouble, the episode ended on several other cliffhangers, like Davia telling Dennis she's ready to choose between him and Matt, and Evan betraying Mariana.

    Davia telling Dennis she's come to a decision and Evan texting Mariana with Jackie watching

    14. On American Horror Story: Double Feature, we finally learned more about The Chemist, played by Angelica Ross, and how she arrived in Provincetown. Also, we saw how Belle Noir met Austin, and it included Evan Peters in drag.

    Evan Peters in a long blonde wig and singing on stage

    15. On Supergirl, Nyxly has finally entered National City after escaping Dreamer's dream world, and the episode ended with her confronting Supergirl.

    Nyxly telling Supergirl she wants to destroy everything she loves and she can't escape because of magic

    16. On Riverdale, Josie, Melody, and Valerie, aka the Pussycats, returned to Riverdale to sing some songs and prove, yet again, that they are three of the best characters this show has given us.

    Josie, Melody, and Valerie talking and then boarding the Pussycats tour bus

    17. And finally, Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. premiered on Disney+ this week, and we found out the connection between this reboot and the original Doogie Howser, M.D.

    A doctor explaining that they call Doogie "Doogie" because she's just like the kid from the '90s show

    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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