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Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping 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!

Arrow: Are you breathing yet? Five points to the CW series for finally giving Laurel (Katie Cassidy) a much-needed edge as she pulled a major, potentially game-changing move in the final scene of tonight's ep. After warning the Arrow (Stephen Amell) to stop visiting her in the D.A.'s office, she backed up that threat by having surrounded by a SWAT team, all with their lasers trained on him. Your move, Oliver. Your move.

Nashville: Y'all, are you ready for your jaws to hit the floor?!  Remember that private investigator that Tandy (Judith Hoag) hired to look into her mother's death? Well it looks like honey spent her money wisely because we discovered that the Shadiest Father of the Century award goes to Lamar (Powers Boothe). Turns out, daddy dearest had their mother killed all those years ago because he found out that she was planning on leaving him. Umm, most people try couples counseling before hiring a hit man—we're just saying…

Shocked and betrayed by her father's murderous ways, Tandy handed over over all evidence of her father's corrupt deals, illegal acts, and all his dirty secrets over to the State Attorney. Better lawyer up Lamar, you're definitely going to need it. In other country news, Teddy tried to make an honest woman out of Crazy Peggy (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) and proposed to her with his mother's engagement ring, Maddie (Lennon Stella) is coming to terms with the fact that Deacon (Charles Esten) is her daddy, and Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) decided to team up with tween queen Layla in order to go out on tour. 

Basically after tonight's all-new episode of Arrow and Nashville we're all like…

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