by Leanne Aguilera | Mon., Oct. 7, 2013 7:25 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!
Bones: Get ready to do a happy dance Bonces fans! After two seasons of tormenting the Jeffersonian team (and severely pissing off all the Brennan and Booth lovers!) Bones' big bad, Pelant, was finally killed. Unfortunately as one villain met his demise, another was revealed. The team has learned that there's a new female serial killer on the loose. Yikes! But let's focus on the positive, shall we? After calling off their engagement last season due to threat from Pelant, Booth (David Boreanaz) re-put a ring on it! Brennan (Emily Deschanel) happily accepted the proposal saying, "If I say yes, will we get married?" Don't worry Brennan, your fiancé has already promised us that we'll definitely get a wedding this season!
Beauty and the Beast: The returned tonight with an action-packed premiere as the series lost a beast but gained a new team member. To hear why the former beast is glad to give up his abilities, check out our exclusive interview with Sendhil Ramamurthy right here!
Hart of Dixie: After a long Bluebell-free summer, we're happy to see that the CW charmer has finally returned to our lives—unfortunately our Zade-loving hearts are not too happy! Tonight's season three premiere opened with a five month time jump from when we last saw our Hart of Dixie inhabitants. During her summer back in the Big Apple, Zoe (Rachel Bilson) did not write, call or even email Wade (Wilson Bethel).
Instead the teeny-tiny doctor was falling for Joel (Josh Cooke), a writer who is sweet and handsome and intelligent and… well, you get it. However, after what was only supposed to only be a brief visit back to town, Zoe realized that no matter how hard she tries to fight it, her heart will forever be in Bluebell. And since her new supportive beau is a writer who can work anywhere he pleases, Zoe is able to have her man and her southern town too.
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How I Met Your Mother: Last week on the epic tales of How I Met Your Mother, we learned that Barney (Neil Patrick Harris) saw Ted (Josh Radnor) and Robin (Cobie Smulders) holding hands on the rain soaked grass near the carousel. Although Barney denied that he was upset, his crazy "best man favors" that he was asking Ted to do definitely proved otherwise—at one point he even replaced Ted and named William Zabka as his new best man!
The two bros eventually talked it out and Ted revealed something that we've all be groaning over for the past eight seasons: Ted still has feelings for Robin. Our protagonist promised Barney that he would do his best to get over her saying, "I can't promise that I'll ever get to a place where it won't be a little weird between me and Robin. I will do everything I can do move on and live with it." And with that, their bromance was restored.
Line of the Night: This is officially our new favorite quote! In regards to any female friend who wears flat shoes in public after 5 p.m., HIMYM's Robin provided this literary gem: "Comfortable shoes? What, are you filibustering later? Put on some heels!" Preach Scherbatsky!
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