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Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest 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!
The Tomorrow People: Well, that was a firestorm of awesome! Tonight we learned that one of the tomorrow people can successfully kill! Dun dun duuuunnnn. Oh, you tricky evolved person, you! To get caught up on all the jaw-dropping details and prepare you for the awesomeness ahead, check out our exclusive interview with the executive producers right here!
Arrow: Liar, liar, your sexy pants are on fire, Oliver McQueen! Tonight we discovered that our handsome hero Ollie has been lying about the death of Laurel's sister, Sara. That's right, it turns out that all those years ago on their yacht joy ride, Sara actually survived the crash and now she's…The Black Canary! Gasp! She's a fierce and deadly badass who targets men who prey on women.
There's a new mayor in town by the name of Xavier Reed and he's a bad man who loves to use military-grade weaponry. We're no political advisor, but it's probably best not to have this crazed man running Starling City—one of the most dangerous cities in the history of TV. The Hood (are we still calling him that?!) and the Black Canary took down the mayor, but managed to hold back from killing him—even when he called Sara a bitch. Not cool, man.
However, the mayor still ended up dead by the episode's end, when Sebastian Blood (aka Brother Blood) injected him with some kind of serum. It was supposed to turn him into a super solider, but instead he just bled from his eyes and died. Gross. What are you up to, Brother Blood?!
Nashville: Talk about hot hook-ups! Pretty much everyone on Nashville was getting a little lovin' in tonight's all-new episode. Here's the steamy scorecard: Avery and Scarlett shared a steamy lip-lock and then a brief in-bed cuddle sesh. Zoe and Gunnar shared a smooch and Deacon and Megan were kissing passionately on his sofa and getting busy. And Rayna and Luke are still A-OK in their little love bubble. But the biggest shock of the night was when Juliette slept with married man Charlie—and his wife walked into the penthouse and saw ev-er-ry thing! Yikes! How are you going to fix this one, J? Maybe call Olivia Pope?
Revolution: Tonight's episode was arguably the best of the season. After making a public spectacle of Monroe's capture, it wasn't long before the Texas authorities sentenced him to death. Even though Monroe has done absolutely terrible things, we couldn't help but feel a little bad for him as they gave him a lethel injection and buried him in a box six feet underground. And just when we thought we had it all figured out, Rachel takes out a shovel and starts to dig him up! Could Monroe still be alive?
What were you watching and obsessing over on Wednesday night?