22 'Did You See It?!' TV moments
Vampire Diaries recap: All is revealed
I have a new favorite episode of The Vampire Diaries. This was the most fulfilling hour of what has been a consistently satisfying first season. And it shows no sign of stopping.... I'm seriously sitting here wondering if my arms could fit around my TV, because I'd like to hug it. — Mandi Bierly
Survivor recap: Colby and Amanda need to get a clue!
I know it drives the majority of you crazy whenever I point something like this out, but Russell is so damn good at this game. His decision to bring Candice into his alliance was a stroke of genius. Think about it: If he doesn't do that, then Candice and Sandra stick with the other Heroes, Parvati goes home, and there is a whole new pecking order, with Russell on the bottom. You can hate the player all you want, but don't hate on his game. — Dalton Ross
Grey's Anatomy recap: Captain Hook
He blamed the kid, and that resonated particularly as Mark cradled his obscenely adorable newborn grandson around the hospital. I mean, time stopped whenever this kid was on the screen. So much so that Sloan was suddenly considering keeping him, and Mark was offering to let her stay with him indefinitely. — Jennifer Armstrong
Fringe recap: 'Brown Betty' and watching the detectives
During that scene, as Peter recovers slowly, Olivia sings ''For Once In My Life,'' the hit made famous by Stevie Wonder. It was both sentimental and moving, all the more so for the way Anna Torv didn't try for a full-throated, American Idol-style wail, but rather the sort of wracked-sob moan that was appropriate for the moment. — Ken Tucker
Supernatural recap: Where's your moose? And where's Pestilence?
But Sam and Dean now find themselves in a precarious position: They have two episodes to get their calloused man hands on two more of the horsemen's rings, lure Lucifer back into his cage, and stop those around them from making big mistakes. It's not enough time! — Sandra Gonzalez
Community recap: Lightning doesn't give you superpowers — and high schoolers don't equal laughs
Okay, everyone who thinks last night's Community was saved by the pantsing gag, needed to nix the annoying high schooler plot line, and could have used guest star Lisa Rinna in a much more hilarious way, raise your hand. Yes. That's more like it. — Sandra Gonzalez
Bones recap: Rockin' and rollin' and whatnot
It was a minor breakthrough that Brennan — who'd been obsessed all episode with the ''social contract'' Booth had with the marine biologist by accepting that tie — expressed how much she valued their partnership at the end. That could have led into a discussion about how the two of them were really feeling about each other dating, but it's too soon to go there. — Mandi Bierly
The Real Housewives of New York recap: Special Delivery
I do feel a little sorry for [Jill], who I believe has a good heart, however wrapped up it is in petty cheese cloth. But how can you root for someone who talks about her pristine rise-above-it-all nature in an interview which cuts to her actual scenes of her catty sniping? — Karen Valby
Modern Family recap: I'm with the band
Even though this won't go down as one of Modern Family's best episodes, there's no denying the fact that Fred Willard and Ty Burrell are the best cast father/son duo in living memory. — Margaret Lyons
The Office recap: Our funny friends, the Caucasians
Did anyone else get a bit of a brain-tingle when Darryl said, ''Maybe one day I'll be sitting in Michael's chair?'' — Darren Franich
30 Rock recap: Love is weird... and sometimes gross
The peacock story line felt too silly, and Will Forte was too underused as Paul (there could have definitely been more of that ''Muffin Top'' performance). — Emily Exton
America's Next Top Model recap: Baa baa, crap sheep
''I always knew the world was out there,'' Alasia said, in an obvious reference to Plato's cave allegory. — Margaret Lyons
The Hills premiere recap: So this is what a hangover feels like
For something that used to be fun, the show has become tortured, tired, and old (just the opposite of Heidi's face!). — Emily Exton
RuPaul's Drag Race season finale and reunion recap: And the winner is...
Then: reflection-infused chats with RuPaul over a dinner of Tic Tacs; fight dance training with Ryan Heffington (loves this crazypants choreographer, all sequined shorts and all!), set to ''Jealous of My Boogie''; and Dynasty-style slap fights with RuPaul. What more could a Drag Race fan really ask for? It was Christmas in April! — Tanner Stransky
Gossip Girl recap: Father knows (how to lie) best
Okay, my favorite Chair moment was at the party after Blair tried to work up the nerve to make out with the aforementioned Columbia guy. After deciding not to, Blair was approached by Chuck and delivered the night's best moment, saying ''I suddenly realized the way to get over you isn't to hook up with some random guy or pretend we didn't happen. You and I loved each other. [Dramatic pause] Then, you broke my heart. I've been doing everything possible not to face that fact. I'm going to kiss somebody someday, and when I do, it'll be for me.'' — Tim Stack
24 recap: Wet your whistle, Dana?
It's pretty amazing how, on the one hand, I could revel in Gregory Itzin's winning portrayal of a dishonest yahoo like Logan, and yet get all hot under the collar at the same time over what the writers had done to Cherry Jones' Taylor. — Lynette Rice
American Idol recap: The Big Twang Theory
Crystal Bowersox: ''No One Needs to Know'' If you'll allow me a food metaphor, watching Crystal tonight was the equivalent of squeezing a mustard jar without giving it a good, solid shake beforehand: Sure, we got the tangy condiment we were expecting, but not without some unappealing watery residue to get the bread all soggy and unpleasant in the process. — Michael Slezak
The Biggest Loser recap: Big state, Big hearts
We weren't watching the ninth season of the series' couples installment — we were actually tuning in to a heart-wrenching program called The Sunshine & O'Neal Show. — Kate Ward
Glee recap: Somewhere like 'Home'
It takes a pretty ambitious show to include four major music numbers while also tackling teen girl body issues and parents struggling with their children's sexuality. For those that say Glee is silly, take a better look at ''Home.'' — Tim Stack
Dancing With the Stars recap: Swingin'
''All our stars are true contenders,'' said Tommy B, which was a nice euphemism for ''Kate Gosselin is gone.'' — Annie Barrett
ROCKING THE BOAT Bret played nice but still showed off his bad-boy bonafides.
The Amazing Race recap: Oodles of noodles
Perhaps it was the jet lag, but Brent commented on the city on canals, ''I feel like I'm in Sicily.'' Oh, who are we kidding? That wasn't jet lag. Of course, Cord wasn't any better when he questioned Jet's comment that the city was tranquil. ''Tranquil! What is that?'' Cord laughed, seemingly astonished that his brother who would use a seventh-grade spelling bee word. Oh, my gravy. — Jessica Shaw