Jane the Virgin Recap: Jane (Finally!) Gets It On — Was It Good for You?

Jane the Virgin Recap: Jane (Finally!) Gets It On — Was It Good for You?
You can still call her Jane… but you can’t call her a virgin anymore.

After two-plus seasons of waiting, the heroine of The CW’s Jane the Virgin finally handed in her V-card on Monday’s episode, as Jane and her new husband Michael consummated their nuptials with a passionate night in their new home. (C’mon, Jane’s already had a baby and gotten married… this was long overdue, right?)

RelatedJane the Virgin Boss Talks Rafael’s Love Life, Jane and Michael’s Sexy Moment

But first, the newlyweds had to endure a little more waiting. The
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Jane the Virgin's Justin Baldoni Talks 'Crazy' Jane/Raf Date, Twins Shocker

Jane the Virgin's Justin Baldoni Talks 'Crazy' Jane/Raf Date, Twins Shocker
Is Jane the Virgin‘s heart once again beating for Rafael?

After picking — and letting go of — ex-fiancé Michael, the titular heroine finally agreed to go out on a date with her baby daddy. But will they actually go through with it?

RelatedJane the Virgin Boss Explains Love-Triangle Twist

Star Justin Baldoni tells TVLine that viewers will indeed see “at least pieces of” that crucial date. However, “it wouldn’t be Jane the Virgin if there weren’t complications,” the actor warns.

“A crazy cliffhanger will probably come up,” Baldoni continues. “If you’re expecting happily ever after, you
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Mad Men 5.06 "Far Away Places" Review

Mad Men 5.06 "Far Away Places" Review


Mad Men has used the drug counter-culture of the 1960s in previous episodes and "Far Away Places" takes this a step further by adding LSD into the mix. The trippy qualities this week don't just come from the drugs that are consumed and the same day is played out three times; from Peggy (Elizabeth Moss), Roger (John Slattery) and Don's (Jon Hamm) point of view. Each character experiences facing 'truths' whether it is ones that are aided by drugs or not and things that seem ok on the outside have a habit of not being that way under the surface; something that Mad Men is so good at conveying.

Starting with Peggy who begins her day searching for some candy that she believes to be a good luck charm and an argument with Abe (Charlie Hofheimer) and it all goes downhill from there. Despite
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'Harry Potter' Fans Weigh In On Harry And Hermione Topless Kiss

'They're totally topless and it's really creepy,' one uncomfortable fan says after midnight 'Deathly Hallows' screening.

By Eric Ditzian, with reporting by Evan Leong

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" fans at a midnight screening in New York City on Thursday

Photo: John Lamparski/ Getty Images

"Awkward," "creepy," "disturbing."

Those were among the words "Harry Potter" fans used to describe the rather unexpected and altogether hallucinatory kiss between Harry and Hermione in "Deathly Hallows."

Streaming out of a midnight screening at an IMAX theater in New York City, with lightning-bolt scars drawn on their foreheads and clutching wands, "Potter"-ites were still reeling from that onscreen smooch.

"They're totally topless and it's really creepy," Emma Larson told MTV News.

That sentiment is not far from how Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger, was feeling when she found out exactly what was in store for her scripted kiss.

"It was
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