New Girl


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!

New Girl We've seen their first kiss, their first time and now their first fight as a couple as Nick (Jake Johnson) and Jess (Zooey Deschanel) finally had a spat on the Fox hit after he inherits $8,000 from his late father. Jess soon learns just how financially irresponsible Nick is when she discoveres his "box," which is filled with unpaid bills, and learns he's never paid taxes ("Not until gay marriage is legal everywhere," he reasons) and has never done jury duty. And though he refuses to change at first, Nick comes around by episode's end, opening up a bank account, saying, "I'd do anything for you, Jess." And Nick Miller once again causes the entire world to swoon.

Sons of Anarchy: Bobby's (Mark Boone Junior) back! Huzzah! Though Jax (Charlie Hunnam) thought he was separating himself from the club, becoming a nomad, Bobby was actually trying to recruit new SAMCRO members. "I love this club and I love you," he tells Jax, who is finally getting the club out of the gun business, something he's wanted to do since the pilot. 

The Originals: Phew, this spinoff isn't wasting anytime matching its predecessor when it comes to the number of OMG moments per episode, no? In tonight's hour, Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) plot to take down Marcel's (Charles Michael Davis) empire from within was off to a good start, using the vampire king's right hand man Thierry as the first step. In Marcel's kingdom, killing other vamps is a big no-no, something Thierry does to protect his girlfriend that lands him in vampire jail aka the Head Garden. (Of course, Klaus planting seeds of a mutiny didn't help either.) Anyone else absolutely loving the whole vampire hierachy in New Orleans as much as we are? Elsewhere, Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) learned the baby is a girl (Awww!) well as a harbinger of doom. (Boooo! But also awesome!)

The Mindy Project: Danny (Chris Messina) kissed Mindy (Mindy Kaling)! we repeat: Danny. Kissed. Mindy. OK, so it was just a kiss on the cheek, but from a guy like Danny, that's like a declaration of his eternal love. Alas, another new love interest for Mindy was introduced in the episode, Ben Feldman's Jason, a TV journalist, who delivered this gem of a line: "I'll be happy to listen to One Direction while we do it." Carry on, Jason. Carry on.

NCIS: LA: For its big 100h episode, the CBS hit finally revealed who Callen's (Chris O'Donnell) father is: KGB agent Nikita Alexander Reznikov! No, we didn't meet Callen's real father in the episode, but at least we know who is father is. Maybe the 200th episode will reunite the father and son?

Supernatural: Is the CW hit paying homage to The Blacklist? Sure seems that way as Crowley (Mark Sheppard) is tied to a chair a la James Spader in the pilot, ready to give up some demons' names from his list of minions to the Winchesters and Kevin. But what we're wondering is: Why? Oh, and Crowley dropped a possible bombshell on Kevin: His mother may be alive. Do we believe Crowley?

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The plot thickens as to how exactly Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) came back from the dead. (His tendency to reference Tahiti as "a magical place" is surely a massive clue.) In tonight's episode, Coulson was reunited with his former protege Akela (Pascale Armand) noticed there was definitely something different about her mentor, who has gone a bit softer. "What did they do to him?" she asks. While the slow-burn of the "Coulson Lives" is burning a bit too slow for our liking, we're hoping Akela's observation will give the storyline a kick in the pants. What's your theory?! Assemble in the comments!

Line of the Night: "It's still early in the relationship...still shaving above the kneew if you know what I mean." Every woman in the world knows what you mean, New Girl's Jess. Every woman.

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