Anyway, here are my thoughts for the week. Feel free to share or link up to yours in the comments.
As always, there be varying degrees of spoilers ahead.
The Amazing Race - Rachel's former self is coming back into the thick of things. And I'm not that happy about it. I really hope she doesn't win. Definitely rooting for Dave and Conner at this point.
Once Upon a Time - It was a fun finale, but I guess I wanted it to tie in more to the rest of the story they'd been doing. Really, it was a stand alone two hours in some ways. Anyway, here's the fullrecap.
Dancing with the Stars - If I had to bet, I would bet that the Charlie and Meryl fans all voted for Meryl, who was at the bottom of the leader board after the judge's votes, and therefore Charlie, who was at the top, didn't get enough votes to stick around. Definitely a shock. And as much as I've been rooting for Candace, she really should be gone by now.
24: Live Another Day - It was a good move forward story wise. Jack has not trapped himself in another impossibly situation, but that's what we love about the show. Between his scenes in the embassy and Audrey learning he is alive, next week looks good.
Castle - I appear to be one of the few, but I liked the finale, issues, cliffhanger, and all. Here's my full recap.
Agents of SHIELD - I was expecting the action and drama, but I was surprised at just how funny the finale was. Definitely a pleasant surprise. Here's my full recap.
Melissa & Joey - A clips episode. Definitely picked some funny moments I didn't remember, but I'm not sure I have much to say beyond that.
Survivor - Please tell me they aren't going to fall for Tony's idol lies. Please tell me they aren't going to fall for Tony's idol lies. Have I mentioned I want the jerk out? And with 3 on 1, there is a chance it might happen, unless they believe he can still play his idol.
Arrow - So much drama and action. I must mention the "I love you" that Oliver said to Felicity. I love their relationship, but I'm not sure I'm actually rooting for them. Still, it shocked me, but how they played it with the reverse and the conversation at the end was brilliant. So many threads to pick up next season, although I think I am most interested in watching how Oliver does being poor. I hope he gets Queen Consolidated back, but we'll see.
The Big Bang Theory - Sheldon's reactions to everything was so perfectly funny, I was laughing the entire way through. I'm hoping that the fire wasn't a way to write Stuart off the show, although his final scenes, while predictable, were certainly very funny. All told, a great episode that will leave me wondering just what Sheldon is up to all summer.