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TV Watercooler: Revenge Death, Once Upon a Time Double-Shocker and More!

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Spoiler alert! This article contains spoilers on a lot of Sunday 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 opposite of Batman.

After 13 episodes of buildup, Revenge finally pulled the trigger tonight, killing off one of our beloved Hamptonites, And the ABC soap wasn't the only show bringing the heart-wrenching drama Sunday night as Once Upon a Time dropped a handful of bombshells, including who Henry's (Jared Gilmore) father is, and Girls provided some serious friendship woes. 

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Sinking Under: RIP Amanda (Margarita Levieva), our stripper with a heart of gold! Yes, Revenge offed Jack's (Nick Wechsler) wife and baby momma (poor little Carl), on her honeymoon no less. After a major fight with Nate on The Amanda (the boat, not the lady), Amanda ended up dying in Emily's (Emily VanCamp) arms, just after saying, "Jack and my baby, I need to know you'll take care of them." 

While we can't' say we'll miss Amanda, we do like the impact her death could have on several characters, namely Emily, Jack and Charlotte (Christa B. Allen). But will you miss Amanda? 

Unhappy Endings: Once Upon a Time finally revealed the answers to two of the show's biggest mysteries tonight with one man: Neal (Michael Raymond-James), who was revealed to be Henry's father, Emma's (Jennifer Morrison) former love and Rumplestiltskin's (Robert Carlyle) son Bae. Though it wasn't particularly shocking, the emotional payoff was well worth it, as all four characters were rocked by the revelation. None more so than Rumple who learned that his grandson is actually "the boy that will be his undoing." Chills! (How great were all the actors tonight, especially Morrison?)

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Boys, Boys Boys: How refreshing was it to see two of Girls' guys interact without any of the girls around? We loved the scenes featuring Ray (Alex Karpovsky) and Adam (Adam Driver) bonding (older women are so much easier to date than younger ladies) and arguing. ("Coy? Is that your first time using this word?" Ray nastily asks Adam.) 

But the heart of Lena Dunham's HBO hit is the friendship between Hannah (Dunham) and Marnie  (Allison Williams), which was particularly brutal tonight thanks to a painful phone call which featured both girls lying about their problems. Hannah's "Love you, bye" was particularly heart wrenching as it was dripping was sadness.

For Your Consideration: Downton Abbey's two-hour season finale proved to be an emotional one, which featured a truly heartbreaking and gamechanging death. (Read about it on our recap). Death also had a presence on The Walking Dead and you can find out who was offed with our recap.

Read our recap of the Downton Abbey season finale

A Love-Hate Story Continues: Will (Josh Charles) and Alicia (Julianne Margulies) fans were probably pretty happy with The Good Wife as it featured a super-hot make out session between the beloved pairing...after a heated shouting match, obviously, because we all know shouting matches always lead to making out. It's just a TV rule. But could another man be in Alicia's future as Cary (Matt Czuchry) proposes that they start their own law firm? Hmmm...what say you, Good Wifers, is that something you'd like to see sometime down the line? 

Line of the Night: "Oh dear, you flatter me, which is just as it should be." Oh, Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith). Stay sassy for life, girl. 

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