Spoiler alert! Our roundup of the night's most memorable TV moments will brief you on the biggest and best happenings from Monday's shows—some of which you might not have seen yet.
So, look away now if you don't want to know! Otherwise, get ready to geek out along with us.
Dallas: Following last week's shocker, which ended with J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) being shot, the TNT hit held a funeral and memorial for the iconic TV character (as well as Hagman, who passed away in November). Many tears were shed, and someone fell off the wagon as Sue Ellen's (Linda Gray) grief lead her to the drink. At the funeral, Sue Ellen says, "You were the love of my life." While his brother Bobby (Patrick Duffy) also delivered a poignant eulogy, it was his moment alone with just J.R.'s hat ("I love you, brother") that left us crying.
Of course this being Dallas, a major bombshell was dropped by episode's end: J.R.'s body was found in Mexico because he was tracking Pam, Bobby's (Patrick Duffy) ex and Christopher's (Jesse Metcalfe) mother! Yes, it appears Pam is alive, though the actress who played her, Victoria Principal, has said she will never reprise the role.
The Following: So long, follower Charlie (Tom Lipinski)! Though it looked like Weston (Shawn Ashmore) might not make it out of the hour alive after being kidnapped and tortured by the much-discussed Roderick (Warren Kole), who was revealed to be the sheriff of the town where the new psycho house is located, he pulled through after being stabbed. And Weston earned Ryan Hardy's (Kevin Bacon) respect in the process, as it turns out he did know the info the followers wanted and refused to give it up.
Because he failed, Charlie offers himself up to Joe (James Purefoy), who kisses his devotee (enjoy, Tumblr!) before gutting him. It's erotic stuff, apparently, for the serial-killer club, because fresh off this high, Joe sleeps with Emma (Valorie Curry), though he makes sure to tell her he's still in love with Claire (Natalie Zea).
90210: 90210? More like 9021-Oh How Awkward! Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Brandi Glanville and Camille Grammer made guest appearances as themselves on the CW soap. And guess what? They were pretty funny! Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) and the girls have a Hangover-esque experience after a girls' night out, which included a bonding session with the two reality stars. Naomi, who is going through a divorce, even has a group nickname with Glanville and Grammer: "The three divorcées."