Spoiler alert! Our roundup of the night's most memorable TV moments will brief you on the biggest and best happenings from Sunday's shows—some of which you might not have seen yet.
So, look away if you don't want to know! And get ready to geek out along with us!
Once Upon a Time: RIP, Cora (Barbara Hershey). Yes, Regina's (Lana Parrilla) evil mama bit the dust, and Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) was the one to pull the trigger light the candle! And hell hath no fury like an Evil Queen scorned, as Regina sets her sights on Snow in the episode's final moment, delivering one chilling: "You did this."
Via flashbacks, we learned that Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) and Cora, played by Rose McGowan, were once in love! And though she broke her deal with him, Cora did promise to have her first born child with Rumple, so does this mean Regina is his daughter?
Revenge: "No more distractions," Emily (Emily VanCamp) says of her renewed quest for revenge on the Graysons after Amanda's (Margarita Levieva) death, and it's about time, as it's no secret that the ABC soap has faltered a bit in season two. But the fallout from Amanda's death, including Jack's (Nick Wechsler) darker side and the arrival of her foster brother, are big steps in the right direction. (A+ work from VanCamp and Wechsler for that scene in which Emily says Amanda has always loved him, by the way. And Emily's eulogy was fantastic.)
Girls: "Hannah, when did your hymen grow back?" Yikes, Hannah's (Lena Dunham) new writing gig isn't going well and she's starting to crack: She got a splinter on her butt and shoved a Q-tip too far into her ear. We repeat: She jammed a Q-tip in her ear, which was arguably the series' most difficult scene to watch yet. Wait, we take that back: Marnie's (Allison Williams) performance at the party takes that honor. But at least it lead to her and Charlie (Christopher Abbott) hooking up again. Finally.
Things get even worse for Hannah when she ran into Adam (Adam Driver) on the street, where he drops the bomb that he has a new (hot, older, more mature) girlfriend, played adorably by Shiri Appleby. But the meeting ends even worse for Adam, who has been in AA since he was 17, and decides to get drunk after heading back to his new girlfriend. Things get super uncomfortable later when Adam takes control in the bedroom, pushing (or forcing?) Natalia out of her comfort zone. "I really didn't like that," she says. We didn't either, girl.
The Good Wife: Um, hello shocking hookup between Cary (Matt Czuchry) and Kalinda (Archie Panjabi)! Though we didn't actually get to see it go down, at least we got to witness their morning-after encounter. But raise your hand if you feel personally victimized by the show's writers for not even getting to see a kiss between the battling duo. And raise your other hand if you really want to see Cary start his own firm. (Both of our hands are in the air; we are currently typing with our nose.)
The Amazing Race: Jessica and John, a surfer couple, made history on the CBS reality hit as they were the first team ever eliminated while in possession of the express pass. So yeah, not the kind of history one sets out to make when they sign up for a reality competition series.