Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Monday night's TV, so you can sound all fancy-like at the water cooler.
If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next!
Castle: The ABC hit's fan favorite couple Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) shared quite the epic moment in the 100th episode as she set up an entire Rear Window-themed murder investigation for the injured Castle's birthday gift. After walking into the "epic" surprise party, Castle exclaims, "This is, without a doubt, the greatest birthday gift of my life!" Some couples give each other flowers, Caskett gives each other fake murders. Caskett: Cooler than all over TV couples since 2012.
Oh, fun fact time: Creator Andrew Marlowe made a quick cameo as one of the people Castle was spying on! How very Alfred Hitchcock of him!
The Carrie Diaries: Carrie (Annasophia Robb) and Sebastian (Austin Butler) broke up. Again. (Must be Monday!) So what caused their latest split? Well, after Sebastian told Ms. Bradshaw he loved her (Awww!), Carrie wanted to wait until the perfect moment to say it back—and to give her virginity to her guy. Alas, the perfect moment never arrived, and a night out at Madonna's release party led to a nasty fight and split. Can't these two adorable kids just work it out?! (Oh wait, they can't, because he's not Mr. Big, but darn it, we can't help but root for the duo.)
The Following: Three major moves went down on Fox's serial-killer hit: 1. Roderick (Warren Kole), supposed apostle numero uno, is growing tired of Joe's (James Purefoy) lack of caring about anything other than reuniting his family and he's taking it out on his fellow followers with random beatdowns. We smell a mutiny coming, and it smells deliciously dramatic. 2. Jacob (Nico Tortorella) is quickly looking to take over the position, proven by his body-slam of Claire (Natalie Zea) (and telling her he has permission to physically hurt her but has to avoid the face). Someone has been eating his Wheaties! 3. Claire was finally reunited with little Joey, which was a nice little moment in the midst of all this complete craziness.
Revolution: We finally found out who turned out the lights: Randall (Colm Feore), who was was a VIP at the Department of Defense prior to the blackout. After his son was killed in Afghanistan, it seems Randall decided he wanted to strike the country with "the virus." And he's not interested in turning the power back on; he just wants to be one of a select group of people who control it so mankind can't use it to kill each other. Another big reveal was learning where the virus originated: "The Tower," about which Rachel (Elizabeth Mitchell) ends the episode telling Aaron (Zak Orth). There's a government conspiracy afoot, and we like it! (But only in the fictional TV world, not you know, in our world. Duh-doy.)