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Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Tuesday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next!

Glee: Oh, baby… Emma is pregnant! Will and our favorite doe-eyed guidance counselor have been trying to conceive for a while now (even on school property!), and it looks like their sexy-times have finally paid off. As a result, Emma will not be traveling to LA next week for Nationals, but who cares! A teeny-tiny, curly-haired ginger is on its way to the world. Squee!

Rachel and Santana continued to be flawless frenemies over in NYC and chose to support Kurt, Dani and Starchild at their gig, even though their drama caused them to be kicked out Pamela Lansbury. As for those in WHMS? We're 99.9% positive that Marley, Jake and Ryder did not say a single word in tonight's hour-long episode. However, Tina cried every five seconds (she was upset about graduation) and for some strange reason, she also made out with Sam because he kept complimenting her boobs. And that's what you missed on Glee!

Pretty Little Liars We learned four important lessons after watching tonight's episode, "Cover For Me." Let's review: 1. Post-break-up Aria is the same as skanky Aria. (Just a few days after completely trashing Ezra's apartment and running away from her Rosewood troubles, Aria found a random hottie to get drunk and hook up with, while visiting the local university.) 2. Hanna recognized Paige's handwriting and realized that she is the tattletale who blabbed to the cops about Ali being alive.

3. Spencer made a serious effort to fully detox from her pill-popping habit, but while on a run, she finally remembered what happened the night of Ali's disappearance. As far as Spencer knows, she definitely whacked Alison with the shovel, and yes, there was a lot of blood. 4. After confronting her former beau and telling him to leave town, Ezra gave Aria a copy of his book that contained some very interesting allegations: Ezra thinks that Mrs. DiLaurentis is A!


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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Things were pretty out of this world on tonight's marvelous all-new episode, and we finally learned the truth behind Agent Coulson's miraculous recovery. Fans discovered that T.A.H.I.T.I. is actually a real place, but it's not the tropical getaway that we were originally led to believe. T.A.H.I.T.I. is a room inside an underground bunker that houses a… (dun dun duuuun)… alien! It turns out that Agent Fury used some of the alien's blood to make up GH325, the cellular regeneration serum that healed Agent Coulson. Despite Coulson's protests, (he was pretty damn shocked to finally learn this extraterrestrial truth,) Simmons used the magical formula on Skye in order to save her life. Now we just have to wait and see what the side effects will be…

SupernaturalAfter nine seasons, we thought we'd seen everything, but we were still able to experience a Supernatural first in tonight's episode. The Ghostfacers returned this week and they were looking into the mystery of the Thinman, a monster who kept popping up in the background of photos and murdering unsuspecting people. Turns out, the Thinman was actually just a product of two ordinary men (one of which was Ed!) who decided to become the urban legend in order to get famous. Before our boys could realize this, Dean stabbed one and Harry shot the other, thus making this the very first time that one of our Winchester bros has killed an ordinary, non-possessed human. To make matters worse, the Ghostfaces decided to break up. Noooo!

The Originals

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The Originals: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: Davina is ba-ack! We're sure that all of you, like us, are already twirling around with excitement, but let's discuss how our favorite witch returned. While in NOLA cemetery, Elijah teamed up with Monique and successfully killed Celeste (or so we hope!)  This magical death finally triggered the most important part of The Harvest and Davina was resurrected. Klaus also discovered that back in 1919, Rebekah was responsible for calling up daddy-dearest, and unleashing Mikael's deadly crazy on Klaus. We'll find out what he plans to do with his dear sister in next week's endeavor… 

Line of the Night: "Jesuit. Horticulture. Lammm-b." Oh, Peralta we would listen to you try and make ordinary words sound sexy all damn day. (Is it just us, or is Brooklyn Nine-Nine always a delight each and every week?!)

GIF of the Night:

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Once again, New Girl's Jess Day understands that being around people can be awful, and wine makes absolutely everything better. 

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