Our top moments of the week:
13. Best Kiss: After Adam's laser-tag-turned-make-out birthday party on The Goldbergs goes awry, it seems like he won't get his first kiss after all. But when Adam ends up throwing the original laser tag party he wanted, and that brings Dana in the line of (laser) fire, he valiantly dives in front to save her. How does she thank him? With a kiss! Awww!
12. Saddest Discovery: When Rebecca Jones' stubborn father refuses to let her continue training as a firefighter and makes her switch to PR, she takes things into her own hands on Chicago Fire — but not the way fans would expect. At the end of the episode, the normally tough-as-nails Jones is seen crying as she writes a letter addressed to Dawson. Moments later, Dawson gets a phone call telling her that Jones' body has been found. Rest in peace, friend.
11. Best Family Bonding: In the series finale of Raising Hope, Virginia's estranged father Arnold (Jeffrey Tambor) returns to Natesville and tries to patch up their relationship by asking for her help in planning his wedding. In return, he'll pay for Hope's college education. However, it's revealed that he spent all of his money on the wedding — which it turns out is really for Virginia — and doesn't have anything left for Hope. Initially outraged, Virginia forgives him and even agrees to let her dad move into Jimmy's old room now that he has nowhere else to go. Everybody loves a sleepover!
10. Best Dogfight: When Joffrey's dog is denied his chickens, things get barking mad on Game of Thrones. When The Hound gets into a skirmish at the inn, Arya uses it as an opportunity to retrieve her sword Needle from Polliver and get some cold-blooded revenge. The young wolf literally stabs her former tormenter in the back before repeating the same words to him that he said when he killed her friend Lommy and stole her sword. Afterwards, Arya makes sure Polliver can never speak again.
9. Worst Advice: Kurt tells Rachel not to drop out of NYADA on Glee because it's good to have a degree as backup in case her Broadway dreams don't immediately come true. However, Rachel disagrees, and they get into a heated argument in which she chastises him from being too safe and not taking enough risks before walking out on their dinner. Forced to walk home alone, Kurt sees a gay man getting beat up in an alley and runs to his defense, but he in turn winds up bruised, beaten and in the hospital. Got any more words of wisdom, Ms. Berry?
8. Best Breakup: Just when he thought he was back in, he pulls himself back out! On Suits' season finale, Mike decides to accept Jonathan Sidwell's investment banker job offer (again) after getting questioned by the U.S. Attorney's office for his shady deals in the Ava Hessington case. "I'm tired of putting the people I care about in jeopardy," he tells Harvey. "I took the job." But that doesn't mean Mike is gone for good since, as he points out, Sidwell is a Pearson Specter client. "Which means technically, you work for me now." Boom!
7. Best Betrayal: Justified's long (and sometimes uninteresting) prison arc for Ava finally pays off in the season finale. When Raylan is asked to help the Marshal Service bring down Boyd Crowder & Co. before shipping off to Florida to be with his ex-wife and baby girl, Raylan goes straight for the jugular. He arranges Ava's release from prison under one condition: that Ava once again gets close to Boyd and helps Raylan bring him down. This one-time love triangle is sure to turn super messy in the final season —and we can't wait to see it!
6. Worst Low Blow: Mark was so last season. Julianne Hough targeted Maksim Chmerkovskiy this time around on Dancing with the Stars during her guest-judging stint. She accuses Maks of not bringing his A-game to his switch-up jive with Danica McKellar because he knew he'd be reunited with his original partner Meryl Davis. "I felt like it was a little bit like you couldn't wait [to get past this week] so you could get back with Meryl and you just had to phone it in," she says. "That was definitely not the case," Maks insists, admirably suppressing his infamous temper. We're not saying Julianne should've hit below the belt like that, but there's probably a smidgen of truth to it.
5. Worst Betrayal: Captain America: The Winter Soldier's harrowing tale of Hydra's infiltration of S.H.I.E.L.D. continues on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. On this week's episode, Clairvoyant is revealed as Agent Garrett, a member of Hydra who is quickly arrested. Unfortunately, Hydra's infiltration runs much deeper, and Ward is revealed as a sleeper agent on Coulson's team when he kills Agent Hand in order to set Garrett free. We did not see that one coming.
4. Worst Breakup: Danny was the one who first kissed Mindy and started their relationship on The Mindy Project, which is why it's so infuriating/heartbreaking/maddening when he decides to call things off just a month in. After one of his exes calls him out on his inability to commit, Danny gets cold feet and tells Mindy that they fight too much and he can't risk having things end badly because she is his best friend, and he needs her in his life. Someone pass the wine bra stat!
3. Best Remix: We know Anne Hathaway can sing and rap, but leave it to Jimmy Fallon to have her sing hip-hop songs as show tunes on The Tonight Show. The Oscar winner gamely belts out 50 Cent's "In Da Club," Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice" and Kendrick Lamar's "B---- Don't Kill My Vibe" in over-the-top Broadway style with Jimmy on piano. It's not totally LOL funny, but stay for the end when she gives her Hathahaters a shout-out!
2. Best Last Shot: After kidnapping and assaulting Benson and then going to jail for his crimes on Law & Order: SVU, William Lewis aka "The Beast" breaks out so he can get one final confrontation with his favorite victim. Just as the cops are narrowing in on their location, Lewis puts one bullet into his gun and forces Olivia to play Russian roulette with him. When they work through all the rounds except for one, Lewis points the gun at Olivia's temple and tells her "this is the last thing you're going to think about before you die." But at the last second, he turns the gun and pulls the trigger, killing himself as his blood splashes across Olivia's stunned face. Breathe easy fans, Benson has officially been saved.
1. Best Sequel: Parks and Recreation revisited one of its best episodes — and worst times of year — flu season with hilarious and surprising results. Leslie falls hilariously ill once again, but soon realizes her symptoms are less flu-like and more akin to ... morning sickness. That's right, Leslie Knope is pregnant! JJ's Diner had better order extra waffle batter.
What were your top moments?