Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Wednesday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next!
Modern Family: The series celebrated their 100th episode tonight so you'd think that there would be a parade, a marching band and at least a dozen dancing monkeys, right? Unfortunately we couldn't be more wrong. Our crazy family was up their usual past-paced relatable chaos. Don't get us wrong it was still a great episode, but we were expecting a bang, and we were left with a fizzle.
Arrow: The Hood is gone! Yes, Oliver (Stephen Amell) gave up his vigilante name after Tommy's (Colin Donnell) death and copycats popping up pretending to be him. (Anyone else get chills when Diggle asked what he wanted to be called and he just stared at his arrow?!) Also a major change? In Tommy's honor, Oliver will no longer kill to get the job done.
Kicking off with a three-month time jump, Oliver and the vigilante each gained a new foe: Oliver is set to taken on Summer Glau's Isabel Rochev for control of Queen Consolidated, while Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is hellbent on taking the vigilante down and intends to use her new job in the district attorney's office to do it. Uh-oh!
Oh, and we finally met the Black Canary! Sort of! The new superhero popped up in the premiere's final scene to save Roy (Colton Haynes) and kick some serious ass before disappearing into the night. Hey, we'll take what we can get!
Nashville After a couple of steamy make-out seshes in season one, Rayna (Connie Britton) and Liam (Michiel Huisman) finally sealed the deal! Are you catching our drift? They slept together! And by the looks of Rayna's smile, we'd say she had a pretty great time. Unfortunately the fun came to an end when Crazy Peggy (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) came back into our lives.
Crazy Peggy is still—you guessed it—crazy as all hell and she's still keeping up the mega lie that she's pregnant with Teddy's (Eric Close) baby. She's even getting more creative with the details claiming that it's a boy and she'd like to name him Theodore. Ugh. Go away Peggy!
We also learned in tomight's episode that Deacon (Charles Esten) has some severe daddy issues. Turns out his father was a mean abusive drunk who never supported Deacon's dreams or aspirations. Hearing Deacon open up about his father at AA was a truly touching moment.