CSI, 300th Episode

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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!

CSI: We'd like to report a crime: the murder of an entire fanbase. The cause of death? That final flashback montage at the end of the 300th episode, which featured evidence from all the the series' cases over the last 14 years. And though Catherine Willows only appeared in flashbacks (Boo!), we'll take Marge Helgenberger back on our TV screens any way we can get her! Here's to another 300 episodes, CSI! (Were you able to spot the number 14 times throughout the hour? Let us know where you spotted them down in the comments!)

The Tomorrow People: Holy heartbreaking backstory, Batman! In tonight's ep of the breakout CW drama, we learned Cara's (Peyton List) history: Prior to discovering she had powers, Cara was actually deaf and arrested when she accidentally killed a boy who tried to sexually assault her, which is when she first learned she had powers. After teleporting out of jail, she attempted to return home, only to be turned away from her father. The thought in his head that Cara overheard? "We're better off without her." Also, Stephen's (Robbie Amell) Astrid learned of his powers after seeing him teleport. Well, that was fast!

Arrow: Ra's Al Ghul is coming to Starling City! At the end of the CW hit, the head of The League of Assassins, DC Comics' legendary group of villains, attempted to recruit the Black Canary (Caity Lotz), but responded by killing his messenger. No, we didn't meet Al Ghul (a character most famously played by Liam Neeson in Batman Begins), but he seems to be on his way, especially when you take into consideration that a Homeland star is set to play Al-Awwal, a member of the shadowy group, in an upcoming episode.

Oh, and Oliver (Stephen Amell) was finally called his new superhero name, as Lance (Paul Blackthorne), called him the Arrow, not the Hood, saying, "it seems more appropriate." Squeal!


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Nashville: Talk about bed-hopping! Not only did Gunnar (Sam Palladio) hook up with his ex's best friend Zoe (Chaley Rose), but said ex-girlfriend Scarlett (Clare Bowen) is once again getting entangled with her ex Avery (Jonathan Jackson) judging by the promo for next week's ep! Oh, what a tangled web these gorgeous, musically-inclined youngsters weave. But some of the ABC hit's older folks were stirring up trouble, too, as Rayna's (Connie Britton) father Lamar (Powers Boothe) was arrested and all of his assets were frozen. Looks like she won't be leaving Edgehill Records after all!

American Horror Story: Coven: In case you missed our recap, Fiona (Jessica Lange) made her first big kill of the season, offing the young witch she believed to be the next Supreme. Way harsh, HWIC! Check out all of the FX hit's WTF moments!

 Line of the Night: "Unless you're a pie, get out of my face!" Happy 100th episode, The Middle. You keep doin' do!

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