This week in TV featured feuds, fright and more.

Not only was "American Horror Story" a hit the second week in a row, but the all-powerful Ryan Murphy said he saw "Glee" continuing its song for another four years.

Additionally, ex-"Blue Bloods" actress Jennifer Esposito had a Twitter blowout with CBS, and Christina Aguilera called Simon Cowell "a dick" after revealing she doesn't watch any singing competition shows. Twist that knife, X-Tina.

Click through the slideshow below for a recap of what happened in the TV world this week ... and what it taught us.

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  • Jennifer Esposito Is Fighting With CBS

    <strong>The Event:</strong> After CBS announced that actress Jennifer Esposito would be taking a "leave of absence" from the series "Blue Bloods," due to scheduling conflicts, Esposito immediately took to twitter to unveil the truth. According to her many angry tweets, Esposito's departure had little to do with her schedule and <a href="">a lot to do with her battle with Celiac disease.</a> <strong>The Lesson: </strong> Want to expose your side of the story? #TwitterIsAPowerfulTool

  • One Million Moms Targets '666 Park Avenue'

    <strong>The Event:</strong> After its extended boycott of "The New Normal," the anti-gay (and apparently anti-everything) organization One Million Moms <a href="">is now targeting ABC's "666 Park Avenue" for including the "mark of the devil" in its title. </a> <strong>The Lesson: </strong> At this point, One Million Moms is just bored.

  • Ben Proposes To Leslie On 'Parks And Recreation'

    <strong>The Event:</strong> With Ben (Adam Scott) and Leslie (Amy Poehler) a 10-hour drive apart from each other, <a href="">"Parks And Recreation" viewers were starting to worry that their long distance relationship would be their downfall.</a> And then ... Ben proposed! First Leslie wins the election, and now this? <strong>The Lesson:</strong> There are so many happy endings in Pawnee. We should probably all move there.

  • Pepper's Identity Is Revealed

    <strong>The Event:</strong> After being introduced to the disturbing-looking Pepper in the first episode of "American Horror Story: Asylum," HuffPost TV did some digging only to find that <a href="">Pepper is played by a completely normal-looking person named Naomi Grossman. </a> <strong>The Lesson:</strong> Ryan Murphy is not <em>that</em> much of a jerk that he'd exploit an unfortunate looking soul for the sake of scaring viewers.

  • On That Note, 'Asylum' Is Really Great

    <strong>The Event:</strong> Is it the nuns? The mental asylum set in the 1960s? <a href="">Whatever's going on, Season 2 is a hit ... exorcisms and all! </a> <strong>The Lesson:</strong> Jessica Lange + James Cromwell + Ryan Murphy = We'll Take It

  • 'Days Of Our Lives' Is Now Featuring Gay Sex

    <strong>The Event:</strong> In an upcoming episode of NBC's "Days Of Our Lives," <a href="">characters Will and Sonny will finally get intimate. </a> "I don't expect anyone will think the sex scene is controversial," Freddie Smith, who plays Sonny, said. "Hopefully, we're past that." <strong>The Lesson:</strong> One Million Moms has a new target.

  • Christina Aguilera Reveals She Doesn't Watch "The Voice" ... Among Other Things

    <strong>The Event:</strong> Known for her coaching duties on "The Voice," <a href="">Christina Aguilera admitted in an interview this week that she doesn't watch the show or "any of the other music shows." </a> As a cherry on top, she also called Simon Cowell a "dick." <strong>The Lesson:</strong> Singing competition shows <a href="">may be in over their heads with their coaches and judges this year.</a>

  • Ryan Murphy Sees 'Glee' Going On For Another Four Years

    <strong>The Event:</strong> The "Glee" ship isn't sailing anytime soon. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, <a href="">co-creator Ryan Murphy said he sees the show going on "for another four years."</a> <strong>The Lesson:</strong> Ryan Murphy will never "stop believin'."

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