Here's what we thought was out of sight and just not right on television this week.
... Discovery's Human Planet
Holy crap, this stuff goes on with humans... right now!?!?!? Remember that next time you complain about the Mets or only having two bars on your iPhone, you spoiled brat.
... Michael Scott's Office send-off
We laughed and we cried, but the biggest takeaway will be this bit of relationship advice: "A little coverup on your adam's apple will make it appear smaller," Michael told the heartbroken Gabe. "Which will make you look less like a transvestite."
... Casey Abrams name-checking Oscar Peterson on his way out
It was Casey's time to go, but the bearded jazz-lover brought something new to American Idol: respectable taste and knowledge of music that exists outside of the Top 40. Keep it real, Casey.
... The Royal Wedding is over! And boy, was it good to the internet.
From Grace Van Cutsem, the grumpy flower girl, to Princess Beatrice's insane hat, the wedding of the century gave us plenty of memes to laugh about.
... Absurd plot twists on Law & Order: Los Angeles
So the relaunch of the series included creating stupid, unrealistic plots? Not being remotely believable makes for not being remotely entertaining. But in the show's defense, it IS set in Los Angeles, where everything is fake.
... The Voice's theme song
This show about singing and honoring the beauty of music has a theme song with the lyrics "This is The Voice / This is The Voice / Woooooooaaaaaaaaah! / This is The Voice." Apparently the show's entire budget went into those chairs.
... The Event's Vicky
Stop dancing around the question and just tell us why you're helping Sean already! Also: Where do we find the second-grader who writes this dialogue so we can strangle him?
What made your list of TV loves and hates this week?