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Spoiler Alert! The following article contains spoilers on a lot of Monday night's shows, so click away if you've yet to watch and don't want to know what went down! Seriously, if you complain about spoilers in the comments you are the reader equivalent of Smash's Ellis.
Um, did we accidentally enter a time machine and jump to May? Because Arrow delivered a finale-worthy cliffhanger tonight that left our jaws on the floor. (Hope it didn't leave a mark!) Ditto goes for Nashville, which made major moves with one of the ABC hit's main love triangles.
Plus, Supernatural delivered a memorable episode and more...
Family Matters: Holy insane ending scene, Arrow! The CW breakout hit ended tonight's episode in truly epic fashion as Ollie (Stephen Amell) paid his mother a shady visit as Green Arrow, holding up his arrow and delivering his signature line, "Moira Queen, you have failed this city." Fade to black. Say whaaaa?!
It's About Time, Y'all!: So Rayna (Connie Britton) and Deacon (Charles Esten) finally kissed on Nashville. And what a kiss it was! Borrowing a page from every couple on a Shonda Rhimes show, the duo steamed things up in an elevator. Seriously, it's about time Nashville went there, because the chemistry between Rayna and husband Teddy (Eric Close) wazzz….sorry, we fell asleep just thinking about their "chemistry." Oh, and what do you know? Teddy asked for a divorce by episode's end.
Top Chef's Top Three: We're seriously worried about our favorite Sheldon's chances of winning after two less than stellar performances in a row on Top Chef. It was Lizzie's time to go on tonight's episode, and we're actually pretty shocked Josh, who may even more addicted to bacon than Parks and Recreation's Ron Swanson, has made it this far. Perhaps the judges are hypnotized by his moustache? (Oh, and we're still rooting for Kristen to come back in Last Chance Kitchen. Woman has skills.)
Badass Moment of the Night: Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) warming himself by the flames of a the burning dead Nazi necromancer on Supernatural. Oh yeah, Sam and Dean (Jensen Ackles) killed some Nazis tonight. You know the saying: Season eight, time for nazis!
.GIF of the Night: Dean playing with his sword on Supernatural. Duh. (Not a euphemism!)