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Scott Humbert/The CW
Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Monday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next post!
Castle: "Katherine Houghton Beckett—will you marry me?"
No, we didn't steal that line from a Castle fan fiction, it's the question Castle (Nathan Fillion) actually asked Beckett (Stana Katic) in the season finale. Of course, we didn't get her answer, but: FEELs, right?!
It wasn't smooth sailing though, as it seemed like the couple was heading for Splitsville when Beckett decided to take an amazing job opportunity that requires her to move to Washington, D.C.—without even talking to her beau about it first. After a heated argument and talks with their respective parents, Castle and Beckett come together in the final scene for "the talk," which ends with our leading man down on one knee. Happy summer, Castle fans! Have some anxiety with your lemonade, won't you?
90210: What, this didn't feel like a series finale for you? That's because it really wasn't as the gang over in America's most famous zip code weren't given much of a heads up about their cancellation. So how did the West Bev gang close out five seasons of drama?
Liam (Matt Lanter) and Annie (Shenae Grimes) are engaged! Adrianna (Jessica Lowndes) and Navid (Michael Steger) are together! ("You were always the one," Adrianna says to Navid. "I don't care if that's the right thing or the smart thing, because for me that's the only thing." Awww!) Naomi (AnnaLynne McCord) ends up with...Jordan (guest star Robbie Jones)? Sure, why not?! One major problem we had? The series ends with our beloved Silver (Jessica Stroup) being diagnosed with cancer? Not OK! At least Dixon (Tristan Wilds) is by her side to help her fight, telling her, "You reach deeper until you find the strength."
Bates Motel: So, about Norma (Vera Farmiga) and Norman (Freddie Highmore) sharing a twin bed...Nope, we're not even going to touch that. And we won't even mention Norman's disturbing dream about drowning Bradley (Nicola Peltz). But we will touch on how much we hate Jake Abernathy and his threats against Norma and the boys. As Dylan (Max Thieriot) once said, "It's a really nice town you picked here, Norma."
Line of the Night: "One ticket to Farhampton," The Mother on How I Met Your Mother. (No, we're not joking. Read our recap of her epic reveal here.)
What did you watch Monday night?