by Leanne Aguilera | Mon., Oct. 14, 2013 9:12 PM
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!
How I Met Your Mother: Mrs. Stinson is ba-ack! And she's ready to battle it out with Robin (Cobie Smulders)—well in a poker game that is. After continuously trash-talking the concept of marriage, Robin beats James (Wayne Brady) in a poker hand and wins his wedding ring. (Hey! It's not like he needed it any more…) Then Loretta (Francis Conroy) attempts to win back to ring, but loses her sequined blouse in the process. It was a little uncomfortable for everyone watching—us included.
In the end Robin tries to return the Stinson family items to Loretta but quickly realizes that Barney's mother has not fully given her blessing for their wedding. "You may have won the battle," Loretta taunts, but that doesn't mean that Robin will win the war. Also, this is the third week in a row that we have yet to see any sign of The Mother. What gives HIMYM? We've waited nearly nine years, so give us some more future Mrs. Mosby flashes!
Castle: Last week Beckett (Stana Katic) was fired from her fancy new Washington DC job with the FBI. Ruh roh! Even though it's great that she and Castle (Nathan Fillion) are engaged and living in the same town again, she refuses to live off of her fiancé's finances—no matter how politely Castles tries to persuade her. But because Beckett is her usual badass self, she ends up getting a job back with the NYPD after helping a wealthy businessman reconnect with his long-lost daughter.
Beauty and the Beast: Tonight's episode featured an entire season's worth of drama jam-packed into a mere 42 minutes. Don't believe us? In "Kidnapped" Catherine (Kristin Kruek) tracks down Vincent (Jay Ryan) (uh, twice!), gets kidnapped, kisses him, has some sexy sex with him, gets tied up, chases him to a club, plans a second date and then the two break up in a very dramatic (and violent!) fashion. Is anyone else's head spinning? By the end of the hour, Catherine finally agrees to Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) that they need to stop and possibly cage Vincent. Rub roh! Oh and FYI, Vincent now has a boat this season. Ahoy BATB fans!
Hart of Dixie: Are y'all thirsty for a little Lemon-ade? Because it's time to introduce Bluebell's hottest (Ahem, and totally fake) new couple: Lemon (Jaime King) and Wade (Wilson Bethel)! Last week Lemon lied about dating our favorite shirtless southerner to get back at Zoe (Rachel Bilson) for breaking Wade's heart, and now her fib has spread like wildfire in the small town. They keep up the rouse for as long as possible (there are some sweet smooches and playful booty smacks) but in the end Lemon has found a new flirtation and Zoe guesses correctly that it was all just a lie. It was a short but sweet ride Lemon-ade!
Bones: Bring on the wedding bells! Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) are beginning to plan their highly anticipated nuptials, and so far they only have one wedding rule: They're not letting any of their "pushy" friends help them make any of their decision. Meanwhile it's Sweets (John Francis Daley) versus a new profiling machine that the Jeffersonian team is testing out. For a hot minute we were worries that Sweets would be out of a job, but he proved himself to be a much more valuable asset to the team then some snap-judgment, three million dollar computer program and the team happily pulled the plug.
Sleepy Hollow: Hey all you Fringe fans, are you ready to lose your heads?! Sleepy Hollow may be taking a brief break to make way for Fox's MLB coverage, but when the hit freshman series returns in three weeks the one-and-only John Nobel will be joining the chaos. Noble will play recurring character Henry Parrish, a reclusive man who possesses supernatural powers that have the potential to help Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison).
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