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Warning: We're about to run down the biggest TV moments from Tuesday night. If you don't want to be spoiled on a particular show, skip to the next!
The Originals: And just like that, Klaus is once again King of the French Quarter! Though his sister Rebekah teamed up with Marcel to take down her brother once and for all, Marcel's army was unable to hold their own against the Hybrid, resulting in Marcel waving the white flag. (Seriously, how freakin' badass was Joseph Morgan in that showdown? We bow down. To him and Julie Plec for gifting us with this spinoff.)
Betrayed by his siblings, Klaus made a major move at the end of the hour. Literally. He moved himself and baby mama Hayley, who is becoming too attached to his brother Elijah for his liking, out of the mansion and back in Marcel's compound. Hell hath no fury like a sociopath scorned!
The Voice: No more top eight. It's time for the top six, yo! Ray Boudreaux (Team Blake), Caroline Pennell (Team Cee Lo) and Matthew Schuler (Team Christina) were all sent to the bottom three. After the insta-save madness, Matthew was safe and it was Caroline and Ray who were sent home, meaning CeeLo Green is officially out of team members. Sorry, bro. Looks like this season is Adam's to win. Here is how the top six looks:
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Supernatural: Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) took a vow of chastity in tonight's episode, and guess who couldn't make it one full day? Dean. The scoundrel. But good news: by breaking the vow they were the perfect bait for Vesta, which ultimately led to them saving the day, solving the case and all that. But bad news time…
When Vesta tries to kill Sam, she basically tells him that his body is kaputt. When Sam brings that up to Dean later, Dean almost confesses about Zeke. But Zeke won't let him and he tells Dean that Sam would eject him and his brother would die. Whoops, let's avoid that at all costs. Sam is blaming his bad health on himself, and poor Dean can't do a thing about it. Ah, the Winchester angst! It burns so deep.
Line of the Night: "I want to make mixed-race babies with Michael Fassbender."—Mindy on The Mindy Project (don't we all?)