THE LATEST | Danny pretends to be Mindy’s cyber boyfriend in order to make a grand gesture at the Empire State Building. but when Mindy says she’s glad it didn’t work out between them, he takes off his Bradley Cooper suit and stands her up in the rain. Later, though, when Mindy finds out the truth, Danny tells her he’ll be waiting at the ESB for her…for real this time!
AWW! | After some convincing from her coworkers – and some hair pulling – Mindy climbs all 104 flights to the top of the ESB, where Danny meets her after chowing down on some pizza and getting hit by a cab. They lay on the ground, kissing and discussing their future children.
THE FORECAST | Not a single cloud in the sky! Mindy gets her rom-com ending and now we just have to wait for Season 3 to enjoy more Mindy/Danny moments.
THE LATEST | After Luke tells Rayna that he is in love with her but fears she does not feel the same way, she replies that she does and puts his mind at ease with some kisses. Later at the show, though, Rayna and Deacon share a sweet moment when Deacon tells her, “I told you I was never gonna forgive you for not telling me about [Maddie] 14 years ago…and I’m not,” — cue Rayna’s angry face, until he adds — “because that would mean you did something wrong.”
AWW! | When Rayna, Maddie and Daphne get up on the stage to sing “A Life That’s Good,” Maddie insists that Deacon join them – I mean, hey, it is his song. Deacon grabs a guitar and sings with his ex-love and his daughter, all while Luke and Teddy awkwardly watch.
THE FORECAST | Now that they’re on good terms, Rayna and Deacon are bound to see some sun. Luckily we have another whole season for them to rekindle their long-awaited romance!
THE LATEST | Amid all the chaos, Oliver breaks down in front of Felicity, prompting a great pep talk. “I have failed this city,” Oliver tells her, but Felicity assures him, “you are not done fighting.” She believes in you, Oliver!
AWW! | Felicity and Oliver end their heart-to-heart with a hug.
THE FORECAST | Things are looking sunny as these two have each other to lean on.
THE LATEST | After Miles is patched up – and before the mustard gas attack – he shows Rachel a guitar pick but she does not know the meaning of it. After the attack, Miles agrees to help Monroe fight back and Rachel is not having it.
AWW! | Turns out Miles is not on Monroe’s side and teams up with Rachel to neutralize the mustard gas. They make a good team and Miles explains to Rachel the meaning of the guitar pick: it reminds him of the first time he met her. And then they kiss.
THE FORECAST | Rays of sun are shining through the mustard gas.
THE LATEST | After learning the truth about Mycroft, Watson returns home to find him there waiting for her. Before Mycroft has a chance to explain, Watson tells him she can’t believe anything that comes out of his mouth. She wants nothing to do with him and she and Sherlock deserve better.
AWW! | So about that whole wanting nothing to do with him thing…well, that doesn’t last long. Watson shows up at Mycroft’s door looking for more answers. Mycroft’s sacrifice for Sherlock moves Watson enough to kiss him…and then end up in bed with him.
THE FORECAST | Dark clouds rolled in…and then cleared…but are now back again. Mycroft must flee as he is being framed for murder but in the May 15 finale, EP Rob Doherty previews Mycroft in “a great deal of trouble,” and only Sherlock and Watson can help him.
THE LATEST | A bad day at work makes Penny question her life choices, one of them being Leonard. She suggests that she and Leonard get married but Leonard fears it’s only because he’s the safe way to go and because he’s good for her. Penny says she doesn’t need to be famous to be happy and so Leonard asks her what she does need. Her response? “You, you stupid Pop-Tart!”
AWW! | Leonard pulls a ring out of his wallet, gets down on one knee and asks, “Penny, will you marry me?” She, of course, says yes!
THE FORECAST | The newly engaged couple is only getting hotter!
THE LATEST | Before embarking on its time trip, the season finale opens with the new couple toasting the return of Regina’s heart, which now beats “stronger than ever.” They each then remark on how they’d written off any new chance at romance, given how things ended with Daniel and Marian, both of whom died. Oh, wait.
OMG! | Emma’s efforts to play hero in the past lead her to save a stranger from execution at the Evil Queen’s hand and lug her back to Storybrooke. Cue a joyous yet highly awkward reunion between Robin Hood and Marian, as Regina hisses in Emma’s general direction.
THE FORECAST | Cloudy with a chance of old-school evil. Will Regina “make nice” with the woman she killed in an alternate timeline? Will Robin ruffle feathers of his own by dismissing his new love? This simply cannot end well.
THE LATEST | After an amusing bit during Emma’s time traveling, where Rumple of the Past scoffs at the idea of one day hooking up with “the help,” The Dark One exchanges vows with his beauty in current day Storybrooke, marveling at her ability to love his unloving self.
AWWW! | As the bride puts it during her vows, “Sometimes the best books have the dustiest jackets. And sometimes the best teacup is chipped.” Just this side or corny? Maybe. But Belle makes us kvell.
THE FORECAST | Sunny with a 75 percent chance of betrayal. After all, Rumple is still lying about leaving the real dagger in Belle’s possession. Plus, the Dark One seems to have a difficult past with the “cool” chick who just time-traveled to town.
THE LATEST | The tenuous twosome spends the better part of the two-hour season finale making like Marty McFly (rent the DVD, Hook!), laboring to make sure that Snow and Charming meet and fall in love in the Fairy Tale Land That Was. Along the way, there’s a romantic ball gown and a waltz, and a frothy bit where Emma uses her undeniable (ahem) “charms” to distract The Other Hook.
AWWW! | Back in Storybrooke, having realized that Hook traded the Jolly Roger for a magic bean (in order to find her in New York City), an incredibly moved Emma moves in for lots and lots of kissing.
THE FORECAST | Clear skies, aye. In fact, they may rival only the Charmings as Storybrooke’s most (currently!) untroubled couple.
THE LATEST | The former prostitute, stung by what she perceived as her lover’s dismissal, testifies against him (read: lies) at his murder trial. . OUCH! | “He ordered me to call him ‘my lion,’ and so I did,” Shae tells the court, twisting her sweet term of affection into something tawdry and empty.
THE FORECAST | Is there a weather condition worse than a tornado? Because that’s the level of destruction we’re approaching here.