The Week in Superlatives: Dumbest Feud, Raddest Reunion, and the Dress That Punched Us in the Feels

TVGuide.com | 3/15/2019 | Amanda Bell
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It's been another one of those weeks on the TV scene. With two of the small screen's most lovable moms tied up in one jaw-dropping college fraud scheme, bananas doesn't even begin to describe it. But there were other noteworthy events on and around the small screen this week, too, so here's a look at some of moments you won't want to miss from this week.

Raddest reunion: On Sunday night's episode of Ride with Norman Reedus, the actor connected with Sean Patrick Flanery for the Boondocks Saints reunion we didn't know we needed. Considering that all their target shooting and engine-revving throughout the Lone Star State came just after Reedus' Daryl Dixon threw down with Beta on The Walking Dead, the actor was having an extra badass day.

Creepiest - Obsession - Lot - Time - People

Creepiest cultural obsession: Why yes, yes we did spend an awful lot of time listening to people deep-dive into the question of whether Cassie Randolph deflowered The Bachelor's Colton Underwood. For some reason, it's been open season on questions about Colton's V-card status lately, and based on his post-show coyness, we suspect this topic isn't going to stop coming up anytime soon.

Best a capella moment: Talk about skills to pay the bills. On this week's episode of American Soul, Kendall (Jelani Winston) and Simone (Katlyn Nichol) prove they can easily gig their way to Chicago by whipping out an incredible impromptu performance of "Stand By Me" in a van. This culminates in the pair hitting up a cowboy bar and wowing the crowd with Motown music. It's all so feel-good and whimsical that it's bound to get your head bopping right along with 'em.

Wildest - Cameo - Party - Things - Sharon

Wildest cameo party: Better Things brought in both Sharon Stone and a monkey for an impromptu dinner party, and ... well, you can't get a much more eclectic guest star...
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