This week TV gave us a roast of Annalise Keating, Oswald Cobblepot scheming, sexytimes for Will Olsen and Harry Doyle, and more. Here are my picks for the 10 best LGBT-inclusive TV episodes of the week.
10. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood: “Matrimony”
In the season finale of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, Ray J and Princess Love got married. Despite all the drama, their wedding was sweet.
Best Moment: Nikki Mudarris’ talk with Teairra Mari.
9. Rosewood: “Tree Toxins and Three Stories”
In this episode, Beaumont Rosewood recruited a team of students to help him look at Gerald Kelly’s case. He ended up finally coming around and agreeing with Donna Rosewood and Pippy Rosewood that Gerald is innocent.
Best Moment: Pippy realizing her date had previously gone on a date with TMI.
8. The Flash: “Monster”
This episode had a simple main plot, but fantastic side plots. Cisco Ramon and Caitlin Snow made this one of the strongest episodes of the season.
Best Moment: Julian Albert tattling to David Singh.
7. Shameless: “Own Your Shit”
Fiona Gallagher is still on a mission to get ahead in life. In this episode, she realized that means actually owning something and started looking into owning a laundry mat.
Best Moment: Ian and Trevor’s kiss at the party.
6. Quantico: “KMFORGET”
This episode revealed that Will Olsen has been seeing Harry Doyle for a while. Something shady is definitely going on because Harry was using a fake name with him.
Best Moment: Will and Harry’s bedroom scene.
5. Superstore: “Election Day”
In this episode, Dina and Glenn committed an eentsy bit of voter fraud, while Jonah and Amy encouraged employees to vote for a pro-labor candidate.
Best Moment: Mateo’s shy and giggly response to Cheyenne asking if he loves Jeff.
4. Arrow: “Human Target”
Oliver Queen realized that Tobias Church wouldn’t make a move unless he thought Oliver was dead. This led to Oliver recruiting the titular superhero with an extremely silly but fun power.
Best Moment: “More like the Backstreet Boys.”
3. Gotham: “Mad City: Red Queen”
In this episode, Mad Hatter drugged Jim Gordon and sent him on a psychedelic elevator ride through his memories.
Best Moment: Oswald Cobblepot’s talk with Isabella.
2. How to Get Away with Murder: “Call It Mother’s Intuition”
This episode had a solid case-of-the-week and some great scenes for Laurel Castillo. Plus, everyone describing to Annalise Keating in detail how she ruined their lives.
Best Moment: Annalise’s conversation with Soraya Hargrove at the meeting.
1. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: “Abominations”
This was a stand out episode for Jefferson Jackson. The emotions that came up when he visited the Civil War and the emotional bonding he did with Amaya Jiwe during the mission were fantastic.
Best Moment: Sara Lance’s conversation with Jax when he insisted on carrying out the mission.