The Walking Dead Negan Kills Season Premiere Scene
Negan going to town on the Abraham and Glenn piñatas with Lucille on The Walkling Dead Season 7 premiere.
Legends of Tomorrow 'Invasion!' Rooftop Heroes Shot
The rooftop shot of Supergirl, Team Arrow, Flash and the Legends right before charging into battle with the Dominators on Legends of Tomorrow "Invasion!" There was something so epic about this stunning visual, and seeing everyone together left me with chills. It was the perfect way to cap this 4 day crossover event.
Better Call Saul 'Hoboken Squat Cobbler' Pie Scene
Better Call Saul The "Hoboken Squat Cobbler" scene defies explantaion; its totally batsh*t crazy and hilarious. Let's just say it involves fetishes, a naked man, and a pie. You have to see it to believe it!
When Randall Talked Andy Off the Ledge on This Is Us 'Last Christmas'
The scene on This Is Us Season "Last Christmas" when Randall was on the balcony talking Andy off the ledge and then Beth came out, causing Randall to think Andy had jumped in the meantime. That was spectacular. Everything about it. I cannot get enough of Sterling K. Brown.
Queen Sugar Pilot Scene When Charlie Stormed the Basketball Court
On Queen Sugar Season 1 Episode 1, Charley Bordelon West was by her husband’s side throughout the basketball team’s scandal. He had her undying devotion as she believed he wasn’t a part of the group of team members being accused of raping a prostitute…that was until someone posted a video of Davis throwing the half unconscious woman over his shoulder and carrying her into the hotel room with the rest of the guys. The scene where Charley stormed onto the the basketball court yelling, “What did you do?” was so raw that I watched it over and over again.
When 'Lucifer' Revealed Himself to Dr. Linda
Lucifer has really brought its A game this season and the entire cast has really risen to the occasion, but one of my favorite moments of the series, let alone the season, was Lucifer revealing himself to Dr. Linda. She has been his confidant since the beginning, and their sessions have been a source of zany fun and humor as well as reflection, but she really didn't know who he was. I held my breath when he finall revealed his true self to her, and I was as frozen as she was as she processed it. The hurt but resigned expression on Lucifer's face crushed me. Tom Ellis and Rachael Harris were amazing in that scene. I watched it like seven times.
Quarry Fight Scene Between Joni and Suggs on 'Mouthful of Splinters'
"While there were many riveting scenes throughout the entirety of Quarry Season 1, the fight scene between Joni and Suggs in the cabin on Episode 3, “A Mouthful of Splinters” was one of the best. Joni wasn’t going to let Suggs kill her or keep her captive anymore, and she pulled out every ounce of her strength to overcome him and escape. The entire scene was worthy of many rewinds. Props to Jodi Balfour and Kurt Yaeger for their extraordinary and powerful performances.
On Gotham When Penguin and Nygma Almost Kissed During 'Anything For You'
"On Season 3 Episode 5, “Anything for You,” the fantasies of many fans almost came true when it seemed Penguin and Nygma were going to kiss as they sat talking on the couch. It didn’t happen (and never will - shame on you, Gotham), but that moment was so intense, it had to be watched over and over again.
Scene Between Dan and Lucifer at the Bathouse on 'My Little Monkey'
"The scene between Dan and Lucifer at the bathhouse on “My Little Monkey” was a great rewind scene not only because we got to see them both shirtless, but Lucifer ditching his accent and trying to talk like Dan was over-the-top hilarious.
Watching Megan Become Possessed on Outcast 'Closer to Home'
"It was fascinating watching Megan becoming possessed on Season 1 Episode 9, “Closer to Home.” One minute she was taking a shower like any normal person, and the next she was screaming like a banshee because of the water. From that moment forward she was like a newborn child experiencing everything for the first time. Wrenn Schmidt hit every nuance perfectly, and her amazing performance made us want to watch this scene again and again.
Stefan and Caroline's Surprise Engagement on The Vampire Diaries
The Vampire Diaries surprise engagement. I never really liked Stefan and Elena together, especially after I saw the chemistry between Elena and Damon, but I loved Stefan and Caroline the second the show started hinting at a possible hook up. If you go back through the earlier episodes there are a ton of tiny moments between them that seemed insignificant at the time but now illustrate trust, comfort, and intimacy. The proposal came out of nowhere (at least to me) and I loved that Stefan incorporated Caroline’s daughters in it. It showed that he not only wants to spend the rest of his life with her but also that he loves and accepts her girls. It was an incredibly sweet moment in a show usually filled with darkness, death and demons.
Greg's Exit Song on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, "It Was a Sh-t Show"
Greg's exit song on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, "It Was a Sh-t Show," was funny, heartwarming, and broke my heart. I must have rewound it at least 20 times just to catch every joke, while simultaneously wiping the tears of sadness away from my eyes. Our favorite bartender said an amazing goodbye to the series, and left our plucky (and mostly unhinged) heroine Rebecca alone in an airport trying to figure out what comes next.
Maggie Appearing at Alex's Apartment on Supergirl to Tell Her How She Felt
Maggie showing up at Alex's apartment to tell her how she feels was a really cute scene. It was heartbreaking when she shot Alex down a few episodes before, but she made up for it by saying life's too short not to kiss the girls we want to kiss. Alex's "so you're saying you like me" was equally adorable. Definitely a moment worth re-watching.
Clarke and Lexa Consummating Their Relationship on The 100
Clarke and Lexa consummating their relationship. The "Clexa" romance was polarizing, but even if you weren't a particular fan of the couple how could you possibly deny the incredible chemistry between Alycia Debnam-Carey's Grounder commander and Eliza Taylor's "Sky Princess"? The scene itself was absolutely gorgeous, in terms of the two actress' performances and the way it was filmed. The build-up to this moment starting when Clarke and Lexa first met on The 100 Season 2 Episode 7, there was clearly something there. The 100 gave fans a groundbreaking, important, and absolutely lovely romance that, unfortunately, was cut far too short and ended in the worst (and most creatively-unimaginative) way possible.
The Malec Kiss on Shadowhunters
If you're a Shadowhunters fan and you didn't rewind that Malec kiss over and over again just to squeal, then are you really a Shadowhunters fan? Things had been brewing between Alec and Magnus all season, and it was only a matter of time before it bubbled over into a complete and utter feels fest. For a moment things were looking bleak, but nothing was more satisfying than watching Alec opt out of an arranged political marriage, finally confront his parents and stand in his truth, and finally kiss the man he loved. I'm pretty sure I watched that scene a handful of times and sighed like a proud big sister. It was easily one of the best moments in one of the best episodes of the season. So great the episode was titled Malec.
When Dre Shares His Very Real Fears During black-ish 'Hope'
"Hope" is widely considered to be one of the best episodes of "black-ish," as it deftly maneuvred the very tense topic of police-race relations with grace, humour and honesty. While the Johnson family tries to navigate how to respond to a disappointing news report, they struggle with how much hope and how much reality to raise the kids with. In an incredibly emotional scene, Bow wants to focus on having hope, but Dre passionately shares how very real his fear is that the hope they cling to can get ripped away from them. That scene was so raw and so very, very real; I watched it over and over and shed tears together with Dre.