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As ever, there was a lot of TV to take in this week, so in case you missed anything, we're here to pass out some prizes to the most must-see moments on the small screen so far. Here are some of the wildest, most upsetting and most heartwarming TV moments of the week.
Creepiest kid stuff: Manifest's latest episode had an especially chilly moment that's bound to scare you into never having kids ever. After Cal's disappearance, some pieces of his predictive artwork have been found. One of them is a sketch of Ben (Josh Dallas), Grace (Athena Karkanis) and Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh) looking at that same drawing, and it's completely full of nope. Nope, nope, nope, nope.
Wackest - Villain - Dr - Bell - Bruce
Wackest villain: What are you doing Dr. Bell (Bruce Greenwood)? On The Resident's latest episode, a faulty device claims the life of Bradley, and corporate honcho Gordon insists he blame AJ Austin (Malcolm Jamal-Warner) for an operating error and keep QuoVadis away from bad press. Rather than doing what he knows is right and, ya know, preventing others from falling into this device deathtrap, Bell lists the patient's death as simple heart disease and thinks he's done AJ a favor. Owned. Bell is fully and irrevocably owned right now. For shame.
Most GIF-able moment: Shout out to Lea Dilallo (Paige Spara) getting her groove on to open The Good Doctor this week. Who doesn't get this way whenever Florence + the Machine hits the playlist, honestly.
Biggest - Gasp - Us - Rift - Jack
Biggest gasp: This Is Us finally explored the big rift between Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and his brother, Nicky (Michael Angarano), and it was worse than we could've imagined. While the two were serving in Vietnam, Nicky made pals with an innocent local kid and decided to take the kid out fishing with hand grenades. If that sounds like a bad...
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