Archive for October 30th, 2008
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UPDATE: It’s not an either or scenario that Jim will go into the light or stay on as a ghost! READ MORE: Major Ghost Whisperer Spoilers: Jim’s Fate! & Interview with David Conrad!
I was able to view some pages of the “Threshold” script, where Jim TRULY DIES.
Read ahead if you want to know more how Jim died, and who was involved in his death and how this is not the last of Jim, he will appear into February sweeps at least….
BEWARE MAJOR SPOILERS…..
Jim is at Mercy Hospital, a man’s heart stopped beating, and a code blue team is trying to resuscitate him. Even while they are working to save him, Jim sees his spirit getting up from his body and moving towards the light, which is the hospital wall. After the man is declared dead, Jim goes to the body, he tries to touch him, but his hand goes through.
The episode however, centers on a 17-year-old girl, Caitlin Mahoney, who from what it appears was a patient Jim was trying to save. Caitlin appears to Melinda and says she believes she was responsible for Jim’s death. Caitlin also died, and is the ghost Melinda crosses over in the episode. The episode’s theme is the true meaning of love and what it feels like to be truly loved.
As Caitlin first approaches Melinda, she asks if Jim is around.
Here’s an excerpt of their exchange:
Melinda: My husband. Jim. No, he’s not here.
Caitlin: He doesn’t want me to talk to you. He hates me.
Melinda: No he doesn’t. He just doesn’t understand you. Neither do I.
Caitlin: I remember things now….
Melinda, however is upset and doesn’t really want to get involved now to help Caitlin’s ghost. She’s far too emotional. Melinda starts to leave, but turns around asking if it is about Jim. Caitlin tells Melinda she hurt her step-dad, because she died. Melinda tells her she is a “mess” now and can’t help herself or Caitlin now. Melinda tries to convince her to go into the light and not feel guilty, but then she tells Melinda:
Caitlin: Everything that’s happened…everything, it’s all my fault. It’s because of what I did.
Melinda: What did you?
Caitlin: I think I helped kill your husband.
This enrages Melinda; she “lunges” towards the ghost, but it disappears.
The next scene I was able to read was the scene near the end of the episode where Melinda gets Caitlin and her step-father Neely together. Caitlin tries to explain through Melinda, her problem with anorexia. Caitlin was trying to make herself thin and starving herself, because she thought it would make her more loved. As a ghost, she realizes how much her death has hurt her stepfather, Detective Neely (the one who shot Jim), who loved her unconditionally. Neely feels he should have noticed and tried to help Caitlin, but Caitlin explains that would have been impossible because she avoided him, so he shouldn’t see how she was loosing the weight.
Caitlin believes because Neely was so upset about her death that he was not he usual self and was distracted and that’s why he made a mistake and shot Jim instead of Hunter at the cabin.
Melinda to Neely: She (believes) what happened that day with you and Jim…was her fault because you were upset….
Cailtin realizes her stepfather father loved unconditionally, but she took it for “granted.” Jim is with Melinda, Neely and Caitlin. Melinda speaks about being loved to them and especially to Jim convincing him to move on saying “once you know that kind of love, it never goes away. It only gets stronger. It means she can move on… and so can you.”
Caitlin apologizes to Neely, who responds that he loved her, and Jim relays through Melinda that he “doesn’t blame” Caitlin. With this Caitlin sees the light and moves towards it, but before she asks Jim, “You coming?” Jim replies, “not just yet.”
Jim decides to remain with Melinda. Apparently from the “Heart & Soul” episode, there is an amnesiac who named Sam Lucas played by (Kevin Mitchell), that Jim inhabits. This will last for a number of episodes, because in a summary for episode 4.13: “Body Of Water” it says: “When Nikki pays a prolonged visit, Melinda fears that Sam will never reconnect with his true nature. Meanwhile, Melinda discovers a mysterious and vengeful contingent of ghosts at a local lake, where a financially distressed mortician had been secretly dumping bodies scheduled for cremation.”
Alex (Justin Chambers) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl) are sleeping together now and have been for a week. Of course, Alex has to go and ruin whatever goodwill exists between them by rudely asking if he is allowed to screw other people. He doesn’t want to have to change his plans on banging the hot peds chick….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV
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Sam and Dean arrive the next day to talk to the man’s wife, Mrs. Wallace. Dean discovers a hex bag stuffed behind the refrigerator, which makes it obvious that the dead man may have had some enemies. Sam checks out the contents of the bag and figures out that it must have been put together by a pretty powerful witch. The only strange thing is that the dead man seemed far too vanilla to ruffle any feathers, so whoever killed him probably had a different motive….READ FULL RECAP AT BUDDY TV
Passing the Henry and Gio era, Betty will get a new love interest in the next episode of “Ugly Betty“. Betty starts a new chapter of her life, living together with Amanda who proves to be a tough one, and flirting with her singer neighbor, Jesse (guest starring Val Emmich).
Wanting to grasp the attention of Jesse, Betty decides to work overtime. Meanwhile, Amanda becomes Betty’s roommate when the former finds herself in financial instability, and Cliff proposes that he and Marc move in together.
Some possible spoilers to the episode which will be called “Crush’d” and aired November 6, have been let out, pointing that there may be a proposal which most possibly is made between Marc and Cliff. Also, when Betty finds a shocking truth while trying to get into Jesse’s place, it will be Betty catching Jesse with Amanda.
On taking the role as Jesse after Henry and Gio, Emmich shares to AceShowbiz that “It’s a daunting task and in some ways winless,because those two characters were really loved.” He adds, “I don’t look forward to the backlash, but hopefully I can win some people over.” Look forward for our complete interview with the rising singer tomorrow, Saturday, November 1. — Ace Showbiz
Ugly Betty – Mode After Hours #6
Now that Kimmie has reverted to her old, snotty ways, Betty’s good-natured character and business ethics are put to the test on Ugly Betty. Luckily she has a couple angels (Daniel and Jesse) on her shoulder to counteract the suavely thin demons (MarcManda) urging her to act against her better judgment.
Kimmie is being all kinds of bitchy, lording her associate editorship over Betty, demanding lunch and other demeaning things. But Betty’s not about to let Kimmie get all the glory for pitching an idea for Mode‘s upcoming “Sizzling Hot” issue, so Betty stumbles upon her own brilliant idea.
Challenged to think of a “hot” fruit to feature, Betty learns that the super-hot Adriana Lima is a huge fan of the super-rare fruit the tiko berry, which frankly just looks like rambutan to me. Anyhow, Betty scores a major coup with Adriana agreeing to do the cover and a feature about said fruit for Mode, and thus earns our girl the job of project manager. Smoke that, Kimmie…..
We open the night before Halloween (nice one, writers), where Nick and Riley are bemoaning a spate of robberies by trick-or-treaters dressed as cops. Funnily enough, the convenience store they’re outside is robbed by — you guessed it — someone dressed as a cop. Nick gives chase, which rambles through a mirror factory (fitting) and ends with the suspect dead after a fall into a glass-filled dumpster. He’s not alone, though. Under his corpse is another, a young woman. The game’s afoot….
In the episode airing November 5, “Private Practice” will see Addison trying to fix the financial troubles at Oceanside Wellness but puts the practice in jeopardy instead. A good friend of Violet’s places her in the terrible position of breaking the law to help her.
Meanwhile, Maya hopes that her parents, Sam and Naomi, are rekindling their relationship for good. A dying teenager is desperate to get pregnant through artificial insemination and the doctors are in dilemma due to the fact that they are creating an orphan.
The episode will be called “Let It Go” and aired on November 5.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that the show which has been ordered for a full second season will bring in Alyson Hannigan‘s husband, Alexis Denisof for an episode. He will play a character named Rudy who is expecting two children from two different mothers in “Serving Two Masters”, airing November 19. — Ace Showbiz
A witch. Halloween. The possible unleashing of Satan. Sounds like a case for the Winchester boys and their winged wingman. Tonight on Supernatural (9 pm/ET, the CW), even Castiel agrees that heavy artillery is called for. Cue guest-star Robert Wisdom, as an angel with ‘tude. The former Wire star shared a look at this hellish holiday outing. Plus: His take on “the greatest show that’s ever been on American television.”
TVGuide.com: I’m guessing — purely guessing — that this is the first angel you’ve played.
Robert Wisdom: [Laughs] Well, there aren’t too many I’ve been offered, but this is the first one, yeah.
TVGuide.com: What brings Uriel to the world of Supernatural? Is he there to ostensibly save Halloween?
Wisdom: Yes, that’s my job, and it’s a big one. It’s a real sweet role. They’ve written some really powerful stuff. I like the show.
TVGuide.com: I’m thinking he doesn’t get a big ol’ hug from Castiel?
Wisdom: No, we are kind of a mix between characters from the Addams Family realm and The Odd Couple. [Laughs] We like each other but we aren’t real close.
TVGuide.com: They have different approaches to the job, I understand.
Wisdom: Uriel basically uses power to get the job done. If that means smiting a whole city, he has to do it.
TVGuide.com: Misha Collins told me that Uriei is a bit “trigger-happy.”
Wisdom: I wouldn’t say trigger-happy, but he’s “eager” to carry out God’s will.
TVGuide.com: So, he’s closer to Prison Break‘s Lechero than The Wire‘s Bunny.
Wisdom: Oh, by far. By far. [Laughs]
TVGuide.com: How did you like working with Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki?
Wisdom: They’re both great guys, and they’re funny as all get out. Jared is a cut-up, and Jensen is a real fine man. In this episode, we have quite a bit of work together.
TVGuide.com: Is the door left open for your character to return … or not so much?
Wisdom: Angels can always come and go. It’s a permeable wall between our worlds, so there’s a possibility he could show up again.
Episode 2.09: There Might Be Blood Airdate: November 3, 2008
Blair “babysits” teenager Emma who wants to hit the top five clubs according to Gossip Girl and hopes to lose her viriginity before another student does. Emma blackmails Blair into helping her or she’ll tell her mother that Blair was the one who took Emma to clubs and got her drunk. Since Emma’s mother can help Blair get into Yale, she complies… A few beautiful foreign girls get a bit too cozy with Aaron, which will make Serena jealous. The New York Philanthropic Society honors Lily and Bart Bass. Chuck and Rufus also appear. — Source: SpoilerFix.com
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Episode 2.10: Bonfire of the Vanity Airdate: November 10, 2008
Agnes and Jenny meet with 30-year-old Scott Smith, a business manager to get financial aid. Both of the ladies try to come out as the boss of their fashion label and each have a different name for it. These differences in opinion have Jenny severe ties with Agnes, at least, business-wise. But things get complicated when Scott needs one of Jenny’s parents to sign a form that allows her to start a company even if she is underaged. When neither of her parents want to sign, Jenny thinks about becoming emancipated. Dan is writing an article about Bart for Vanity Fair. During his investigation, Dan digs up some dirt about papa Bass. Chuck is stunned to learn that his father will go to a hockey game with Dan instead of him. Shapiro, from episode 2.05, appears. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Blair does not approve of the new man, Cyrus Rose (guest star Wallace Shawn), in her mother’s (guest star Margaret Colin) life, so she makes it her mission to break up the lovebirds by any means necessary. Jenny moves in with Agnes (guest star Willa Holland) as the friends move forward with their plans for a fashion line. Serena continues to fall for the new guy in her life, Aaron (guest star John Patrick Amedori), but she learns something about him that threatens to end things just as they are getting really good. Dan decides to win the trust of Bart Bass (guest star Robert John Burke) in order to learn more about the man and possibly write an expose on him for Vanity Fair, but things get heated after Chuck finds out the real reason Dan is spending so much time around his family. Matthew Settle also stars. Source: The CW
Episode 2.11: The Magnificent Archibalds Airdate: November 17, 2008
Nate and his mother learn from the feds that Howard has re-entered the U.S. Jenny and Eric meet with NYC Child Protective Services to get more information about emancipation for Jenny. Vanessa and Chuck also appear. – Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 2.12: Title Unknown Airdate: January 2009
The episode features two characters who are almost copies of Chuck and Blair. Chuck 2.0 and Blair 2.0 instantly click. Later, Blair and Chuck talk to Chuck 2.0 and Blair 2.0 respectively to tell them how to live their relationship. A Private Investigator who did some work for Bart before contacts the elder Bass for an emergency meeting since he has important info to share with Bart. Aaron displays photographs he took of Serena at the gallery. One of Aaron’s ex, Lexi, is at the gallery and eventually clicks with Dan. There is a school charity dance named the Snowflake Ball. – Source: SpoilerFix.com