Top Moments: A Good, Hard Look at 30 Rock, Lost, and South Park

Lots of looks were exchanged on television this week: 30 Rock's Jack Donaghy and Lost's Sun and Jin had stars in their eyes for their significant others. Oprah Winfrey and Dancing pro Tony Dovolani expressed their disbelief with raised eyebrows. And Desperate Housewives' Wisteria Strangler gave his latest quarry a creepy once-over before killing her. Welcome to Top Moments: U Got the Look Edition.

9. Best Heroism: The Supernatural universe loses another of its longtime recurring characters when Lucifer kills his brother, the archangel Gabriel (a.k.a. The Trickster). On the show since Season 2, the Trickster provided much entertainment and often levity. But at least he went out a hero.

8. Worst Reveal: The Wisteria Strangler is revealed on Desperate Housewives to be... Eddie Orlofsky! Wait, who? He's Preston's nerdy pal, and he's been on screen for all of two-and-a-half minutes this season. So, you know, nice job, writers. He does come in handy this week, though, when he kills off the show's most annoying character: Preston's gold-digging fiancée. Do svidaniya, Irina!

7. Best Acting-Within-Acting Moment: House's cranky doc tries to make amends with Wilson after offending his ex-wife-turned-girlfriend (Cynthia Watros) by making them both dinner. But it's all a ruse. The moment Wilson steps away, House and Sam lunge for each others' jugulars, trading biting insults. As Wilson re-enters the room, the two plaster on fake smiles. "And... scene," says House.

6. Best Rationalization: During an awkward exchange with Oprah Winfrey, Octomom Nadya Suleman explains why she'd never do a reality show with her kids. "That robs them of their childhood and I think that's borderline abusive," she says forcefully, as the camera cuts to a pre-recorded package of her and her children, made by Winfrey's camera crew.

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