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OMG TV Moments: Anna Camp's Insane How I Met Your Mother Debut, A New Big Bad on Beauty and the Beast and More!

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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!

Dancing With the Stars: It was an extremely shocking night on the ABC dancing competition! Don't believe us? Check out our Dancing With the Stars recap to find out who was send home this week.

Bones: Oh don't mind us, we're just over here blubbering like little babies. That Bones wedding was absolutely gorgeous! Did you miss out on the highly anticipated Booth/Brennan nuptials? If so, check out our full recap to get caught up on all the Bones wedding bliss.

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How I Met Your Mother: In our HIMYM universe It's Friday, 9 p.m. and we have exactly 45 hours to go until Robin (Cobie Smulders) and Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) tie the knot. However after lying to their reverend about, well… pretty much everything, our legendary couple no longer has an officiant to wed them. We're totally a calling it now: One of the gang (Ahem… Ted) is most definitely going to get ordained on the internet, right? Right?!

Meanwhile, Marshall (Jason Segal) found out that Daphne (Sherri Shepherd) is a lobbyist for a big oil company. No cool lady, think of the little ducks in those Dawn commercials! One thing led to another, and Daphne ended up texting Lily and revealing the truth about Marshall's new job as a judge. Yikes!

And Ted (Josh Radnor) was trying to figure out which woman would be his wedding hookup for the weekend. He ended up choosing Cassie, played by Pitch Perfect's Anna Camp. She was erratic, overly-emotional, and pretty much bats--t crazy. The good news: This poor choice left Ted open to meet The Mother. The bad news: Yet again we've endured another week without any glimpse of the mother. Rude.  

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Beauty and the Beast Sven Frenzel/The CW

Beauty and the Beast: Once again, it seems that The CW is trying to out-awesome all other dramas on TV. Tonight's episode "Liar, Liar" was filled to the brim with action and answers from beginning to end! So here's what you need to know: Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) finally found out from Heather (Nicole Gale Anderson) that her dad isn't really her dad—and homegirl did not take it well. There's an evil new beast named Sebastian who has a kill list and everyone should be worried, very worried.

In a damsel in distress move, Cat was herself inches from death as Sebastian tried to push her down an elevator shaft. Totally normal for the BATB world, right? Luckily her beasty love saved her in the nick of time, and triggered some of his old memories in the process. Unfortunately our couples' status at the end of this episode is best described as "it's complicated" as Cat declared that she needs some space from her boyfriend's new life of lies.

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Castle ABC/Randy Holmes

Castle: My oh my! Alexis (Molly C. Quinn) has certainly put on her grow-up lady pants this week. When Castle (Nathan Fillion) confronted his little girl (alright fine, she's 19) about Pi living in the loft she agreed with her father that it was time for a change. Unfortunately for Castle that change meant that Alexis decided to move out of the apartment and got a place of her own with her boytoy. Quite the scandalous situation, eh? Do you think Alexis and Pi will live happily ever after or will it only last about three months, one week and four days? Think real hard about that last sentence math fans…

Hart of Dixie: Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finally earned her place back in Bluebell! After sneaking around town secretly diagnosing everyone, and debating whether or not she could open up her own practice, Zoe earned back her doctor wings and reunited with Brick. Lemon (Jaime King) and AB (Kaitlyn Black) quit The Belles, thus freeing up an extra ten hours in their week. Oh and Wade (Wilson Bethel) punched Joel (Josh Cooke)—it was part of a scheme but we all could tell that Wade was more than happy to do it.

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