Grey’s Anatomy Spoilers: 5.21 ‘No Good at Saying Sorry’

How’s Izzie doing on Grey’s Anatomy?
Sharon Lawrence makes her debut as Izzie’s mother this week, and according to Izzie’s mother’s psychic, Izzie is going to be just fine. You will be shocked to learn Izzie’s mother’s psychic is not reliable, and in point of fact, Izzie’s cancer is getting worse, not better. [Dear Shonda, Please play God and give Izzie a miracle. We want her to live. Love, Team WWK] Source: Kristin on E!Online

Any scoop for this week’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy?
Mer steps over the line with a patient this week, and that causes the fight of the century between her and the Chief. She also uninvites him from the wedding! By the way, you can check out Mer and Der’s official wedding website if you happen to be wondering about the special day. Source: Kristin on E!Online

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ 5.21 Preview: Meredith Could Get Fired

Admitting a victim of gunshot, the Seattle Grace Hospital staff are divided when Meredith takes side on the suspect.

'Grey's Anatomy' 5.21 Preview: Meredith Could Get Fired

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

See larger image Meredith is jeopardizing her career as a doctor when she takes side on a crime suspect. In the next ““, a little girl is accused of shooting her father 17 times and Meredith stands up for her. The controversial medical case causes her and the Chief bitterly fighting against each other with the possibility of Meredith being suspended. As preparations continue for Meredith and Derek’s wedding, Izzie receives a surprise hospital visit from her handful-of-a-mother, Robbie. Meanwhile, a newly sober Thatcher visits his daughters, Meredith and Lexie, in order to make amends. “No Good at Saying Sorry” airs April 30. On another news, who said it herself at Paley Fest that she would appear in the season finale, has withdrawn from the contract. ABC released a statement, “Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts on behalf of ‘‘, Kaley Cuoco regrettably will be unable to guest star on the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy. Kaley is a big fan of Grey’s Anatomy and hopes to work with them in the future.” The statement was issued on April 23 and later that day, Cuoco’s rep e-mailed to EW, “To clarify, it was a publicity related commitment, not a production conflict.”

‘Grey’s Anatomy': Mer & Der’s Wedding Website makes me want to…

…makes me want to nothing.  I saw the site and sighed. Okay, whatever, anyway, Meredith and McDreamy have set a date — May 14th — and Izzie — self proclaimed “wedding planner extraordinaire” — has put together a sweet little online celebration at theknot.com. If you’re into “Grey’s” and Mer and Der and pretending Seattle Grace exists in the real world, you should totally give it a look. Something certainly worth your time? Their registry. No, really. In lieu of gifts, the couple asks that you contribute to one of three charities, each has a special significance to one of the three people (ahem, fictional characters) mentioned in this post.

Casting News

Shannon Lucio to Replace Kaley Cuoco by Ingrid Diaz on April 23rd, 2009
According to an EW exclusive, it seems that the “publicity conflict” blamed for Kaley Cuoco pulling out of her scheduled Grey’s appearance is actually not a publicity conflict after all. Instead, CBS is being blamed. The network apparently pulled the plug on the entire operation because (according to an insider): “They didn’t want one of their biggest stars appearing on one of ABC’s biggest shows. It’s that simple.” CBS fail. Cuoco’s replacement is now said to be Shannon Lucio, whom you might remember from The O.C. as Caleb’s illegitimate daughter. The question still remains what the role is. An Izzie relative might still be a possibility. Even with the recasting it doesn’t sound particularly farfetched. Source: EW

Blind Item – Latest from Ausiello

This is a blind item, so this could apply to any countless show. This may or may not apply to Grey’s Anatomy. Congratulations are in order! A major female character on a popular and highly rated hour-long drama series will learn that she’s pregnant next month. Come to think of it, hold off on the congratulations. This is far from a happy occasion. You see, the expectant mom will be none too thrilled to find herself with child. For starters, the timing couldn’t be worse — both professionally and personally. And then there’s the baby daddy. He’s been, um, going through some stuff lately. Personal stuff. The kind of stuff only a psychologist and/or a surgeon can fix. A kid is an extra dose of crazy he probably doesn’t need right now either. On the other hand, maybe a new life is exactly the kind of game-changing event these two do need. As the saying goes, good things come in initially small packages. Of course, there’s an added wrinkle I have yet to mention. The bun in her oven? It may have company. Who will unexpectedly find herself in a family way and then some? Deliver your best guesses to the comments section below! Source: EW

New Supernatural Season Finale Spoilers: When The Levee Breaks & Lucifer Rising

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Promotional Photos

Source: CW

What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episodeSource: TV Guide Online

‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
It all comes down to the final battle in ‘Supernatural’ May 14 finale, Sam goes with Ruby while Dean teams up with Castiel and Zac.

'Supernatural' 4th Season Finale Preview: Lucifer Rising See larger image The season finale of “” will air next week, May 14 with the apocalypse finally arriving. Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Creator Eric Kripke who directs the episode, has shared some hints to TV Guide regarding the characters on the verge of Apocalypse. He said, “The Apocalypse is coming down to the wire, and it’s time for Dean to play his part. While we’re on the subject, besides Zach and Cass, a lot of the Angel gang are coming back. Anna makes an appearance, and even the Prophet Chuck pops in for a bit.” He also confirmed that there will be a “big cliffhanger” as well as major deaths that will affect the storyline of the fifth season.

Episode 4.21: When the Levee Breaks Airdate: May 7, 2009

Dean and Bobby lock Sam in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon blood. However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation. Source: The CW

The boys will hear from Rufus in Episode 21, which is titled “When the Levee Breaks” and airs May 7. Source: TV Guide Online

Episode 4.21 – When The Levee Breaks – Synopsis

THURSDAY, MAY 07
“SUPERNATURAL” (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“When The Levee Breaks”

DEAN AND BOBBY TRAP SAM IN THE PANIC ROOM — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) lock Sam (Jared Padalecki) in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon blood. However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel (Misha Collins) for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation.

Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble.

Source: CW

‘Supernatural’ 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon’s Blood

In ‘Supernatural’ episode ‘When the Levee Breaks’, Dean locks Sam up to detox him from being addicted to Demon’s blood.

'Supernatural' 4.21 Preview: Sam Addicted to Demon's BloodSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image Next on ““, Dean and Bobby lock Sam in Bobby’s panic room so he can detox from the demon’s blood. Writer-producer Ben Edlund explained the addiction to E!, “The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he’s going to have to face. And that’s going to make trouble for Dean and Sam-they don’t agree on this particular issue. Dean’s not happy about it.” However, as Bobby sees more seals are being broken he tells Dean they should let Sam out to help them fight the impending apocalypse. Dean disagrees and goes to Castiel for help. Sam and Dean have a big blowout confrontation. Called “When the Levee Breaks”, the episode airs May 7. who plays Sam mentioned in an interview with Pop Culture Zoo that this would be the most intense episode in the season that he has shot. “The first half, you’ll know,” he said shortly.

Supernatural Season 4 Episode 21 & 22 Preview

‘Supernatural’ 4.20 Preview: Castiel in His Human Form

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Having little memory of who he really is, Castiel transforms into Jimmy and wants to lead a normal life, all new on ‘Supernatural’.

'Supernatural' 4.20 Preview: Castiel in His Human Form
See larger image” gives an episode focused on Mischa Collin’s character Castiel who has turned into his human form. The angel appears to Dean in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety. The show will have its finale in May and rumor has it, there will be a major death that will be rather sad. Words are rive that it will be Bobby who takes the fall but the depicter himself Jim Beaver told TV Guide, “Well, nobody takes Bobby down easy!”

‘Supernatural’ 4.20 Clip: Castiel Called Back to Heaven

Sam and Dean stumble upon Castiel who has returned the mortal body to the original owner, all new in ‘Supernatural’.

'Supernatural' 4.20 Clip: Castiel Called Back to Heaven

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

See larger image The CW has shared a clip from the next episode of ““. Dean and Sam go to a damaged building and find Castiel lying among the debris. Upon waking up, Castiel said that he is a mortal named Jimmy and that the angel has gone. In the episode called “The Rapture”, Castiel appears to Dean in a dream and says he has something important to tell him but they need to meet somewhere private. Dean and Sam go searching for Castiel but instead find Jimmy, Castiel’s human vessel, who has only a spotty recollection of being an angel. Jimmy wants to return to his family and normal life, but Dean and Sam are concerned about his safety. Words are, Castiel is called back to Heaven, leaving the body back to the owner. “The Rapture” airs Thursday, April 30.

Episode 4.22: Lucifer Rising (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

The apocalypse is coming, and Sam and Dean prepare for the fight in very different ways. Sam joins Ruby on a final run to kill Lilith (guest star Katherine Boecher), while Castiel and Zachariah (guest star Kurt Fuller) tell Dean it’s time to play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: The CW

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Promotional Photos

Source: CW

What can you tell us about the Supernatural season finale? MATT: What can I tell you that’s not already out there? The apocalypse is nearing, the boys battle each other in a bloody-good smack-down, the hunt is on for Lilith before she breaks the final seal…. All in all, I’d brace for something extra-special, as far as Supernatural goes, seeing as this is only the second time series creator Erik Kripke has directed an episode — and the very first time he has worked off one of his own scripts. P.S. I assume you spied our sneak peek of this week’s episodeSource: TV Guide Online

Supernatural Video Exclusive: Dean Calls Sam a “Monster”!

Source: TV Guide Online

This Thursday at 9 pm/ET, fans of the CW’s Supernatural who already have been unsettled by the warring Winchesters will find much more to make their brothers-loving spines tingle. As seen in this exclusive preview of the episode “When the Levee Breaks,” Sam will involuntarily book a reservation in the subterranean panic room, as Bobby and Dean debate how best to deal with the demon-blood addict. Whilst Sam is pinned down in his ersatz prison, Dean ridicules his bro’s bloodthirstiness, saying it must make him feel “strong, invincible … a big, bad wolf in a world of little pigs.” Forgetting about Sam for a moment, can the show’s fans survive such a verbal beat-down? We dare you to make the jump and watch the video….read more

Episode 4.22 – Lucifer Rising – Episode Info

Sam and Ruby try to kill Lilith; Zachariah and Castiel tell Dean he must play his part in stopping Lucifer. Source: SpoilerTV

Question: Got anything on the Supernatural finale that you don’t have to block out with hundreds of asterisks? Ausiello: Comic book geek-slash-prophet Chuck will be back! See, no asterisks! Source: EW

Will Sam Go Evil?

As SPN barrels toward its season-four finale, we thought it fit to chat up writer-producer Ben Edlund about what to expect. Read on to find out what he told us exclusively about Sam’s blood addiction finally catching up to him and about where Cas fits in to the series’ future…

Good or Evil? At this point, the question of Sam’s morality remains open, but Edlund reveals that Sammeh’s blood addiction has consequences that are out of his control: “The model of an addict bottoming out and becoming basically something else, almost a creature of reflex, is one of the things he’s going to have to face. And that’s going to make trouble for Dean and Sam—they don’t agree on this particular issue. Dean’s not happy about it.” Creature of reflex, huh? Love the idea of a more animalistic Sam and of Dean having to do something about it!

Angel Baby: As promised late last year, Castiel (Misha Collins) will be a regular in season five, but Edlund says we don’t have to worry about the new addition throwing off the balance between the Winchesters. According to Edlund, “He’s not going to be Joe Pesci to Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in the back seat going, ‘Ah, guys! I’m hungry now! Let’s go eat!’ Cas already has his own mode of transportation—he already gets around pretty fast.” Long story short, SPN didn’t turn into a wacky buddy comedy while you weren’t looking. Says Edlund, “I don’t imagine that it’s going to be three guys in a car with a baby. Although it’s good to throw something cute into season five. Maybe a puppy. Or an evil kitten that they keep in the glove box.” (And we shall call that kitten Moe…)

The Dark Is Rising: According to Edlund, everything we’ve seen over this past, amazing season is really just a setup: “This season is a stage-setting season for next season,” which, of course, is the war between dark and light. Says Edlund, “I don’t want to go too far into the details of what happens when two forces clash…Look at this season as buildup to something even bigger that, of course, I cannot talk about or [show runner] Eric [Kripke] would be mad at me.” And who will be the enemies in that war? Per Edlund, “Lilith is still a problem. At least Sam and Dean are dealing with her presence in the world as a problem. This is a show about averting the Apocalypse.”

The Big Guy: Lilith is still kicking around, but according to Edlund, it’s her boss who’s really the problem: “Lucifer is more of an awe-inspiring force. There’s such a massiveness to the power and the danger represented by that being. Insinuation will be our model.” Basically, we’ll know he’s there, but we might not get to see him until the very end…

The Ladies: For those of you worried that Ruby and/or Anna will be hanging around more rather than less in season five, Edlund has some consoling words for you: “For my own two cents, I don’t feel like this is a story about either of these two guys finding love. They’re not at that phase in their lives. It’s about two guys gearing up for and hoping to avert the Apocalypse. So dating is not utmost.”
Source: E!Online

‘Supernatural': Misha Collins on Castiel, his meat suit, Dean, Sam & demon blood

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Before last Thursday’s “Supernatural” episode, Castiel had been a pretty big mystery. But in “The Rapture,” we got the backstory behind his meat suit: Turns out Jimmy was a religious man with a wife and kid, a pretty good life… until Castiel came along, stealing Jimmy’s mind and body, taking him away from his family. The good news is Castiel got called back up to Heaven, which meant Jimmy was back in control of his body. But the Big C of course returned and has highjacked Jimmy’s body once again… just in time to deal with the potential rising of Lucifer. With hopes of getting dirt on what the rest of the season holds, KTV correspondent Marisa Roffman chatted actor Misha Collins (Castiel/Jimmy) up on his two characters, Sam’s addiction to demon blood and what he thinks really happened to Cas while he was gone…

First of all, I just want to say how brilliantly you played both Jimmy and Castiel last week. Was that difficult trying to portray two people who are so different from each other?
MC: Well, you know, I think it made it easier that they were so different. I think that if Castiel and Jimmy had been similar characters, it would have been a lot harder to flesh out. Just from the writing [of the episode], it was so clear that they were not at all alike, so that made it easier to make a distinction [between the two] and create a different character. More than anything, it was kind of fun [playing two people]. You don’t get to do that very often. You get to play two sides of one character, but not two sides of two characters. In the flashbacks, I got to play the old Jimmy and the new Jimmy, and the old Castiel and the new Castiel. It was a lot to work with. It certainly kept me busy for the eight days of shooting.

You are one of the few cast members that is already confirmed to be coming back next year. Have they discussed what kind of role Cas or Jimmy might play in season five?
MC:
If they have talked about it, they haven’t talked about it with me! So, I don’t know. But I do know that I am going to be back. I just don’t know what my role is going to be. I have a suspicion it’s going to be Castiel and not Jimmy though.

The last episode seemed to indicate that Jimmy was giving himself over to Castiel for good. Is Jimmy gone forever?
MC:
I wouldn’t even want to hazard a guess. It seems on “Supernatural,” it doesn’t matter how dead or gone you think someone is, there’s always a chance that they come back. So, I’m sure that holds true for Jimmy as well.

It’s probably best that Castiel will have control over Jimmy’s body since the apocalypse is coming. What can you tell us about these last two episodes?
MC:
There’s a lot going on between Sam and Dean. Sam is going through the DTs. He’s been locked up by Bobby and Dean, and they are sort of forcing him to go cold turkey [off of the demon blood]. And not having the demon blood is putting Sam through some serious withdrawal, so he’s not happy with Dean. And that’s driving a bit of a wedge between the two brothers in the next two episodes. That’s putting it mildly. It’s more than a wedge. And then the final battle is boiling down to the final seal and Sam and Dean trying to prevent it from breaking. That’s what they’re after in the end. Beyond that, I don’t know what I should say.

Can you talk about where Castiel fits in with everything? It seems like he’d be vital in trying to prevent the seal from being broken.
MC:
I wish I could tell you [where he fits in], but I can’t. I can’t think of anything to say without giving away too much. He’s going to be there. I can tell you that. But that’s not a very good spoiler, is it?

Well, at least we know he’ll be there, and hopefully he can assist the boys. Since Sam is dealing with the demon blood addiction, is there any chance we’ll see Cas interacting more with him in the future?
MC:
I think that’s entirely possible. I don’t really know what’s going on in the future. [But] this season, the next couple of episodes, the relationship [that] is going to be more played out  [is the one between] Sam and Dean. What happens next season is anyone’s guess. I think it would be interesting to explore [the Sam and Castiel] relationship more.

It would be nice, since Sam was the one who always believed in things like angels, while Dean didn’t.
MC:
Yeah. It’s interesting the arc they chose to take with the two brothers because Dean was clearly, well, I don’t know about atheist, but certainly the more agnostic of the two. And for him to be the one who’s primarily interacting with the angels and for the more devout one [to have taken the route Sam did], it’s interesting. And I think it’s more interesting to have the believer be [drinking demon blood]. It just pushes them both. And for the same reason, I think that, as Sam is wrestling with the demon qualities, it’ll be more interesting for him to have interaction with Castiel, the angel, next season.

That influence would be especially important now that Castiel is back in Jimmy’s body and he seems to be back to following the angel rules. Is that correct to assume that Cas has changed back and is no longer questioning authority?
MC:
Yeah, that’s definitely what’s] going on with him. My own personal take on what happened [when Castiel left Jimmy’s body] is he was somehow tortured or very seriously rebuked and threatened when he was up in Heaven, and he now is towing the party line again. But I think that he still has some internal conflict about it, I don’t think he’s ever going to be the perfect little soldier [again], and he hasn’t been turned into a [robot] totally. So he still has a lot of the same thoughts that he used to have [before he disappeared], but he’s definitely back to being a good little soldier.

Is there any chance we might get some kind of indication on the show what happened, like a comment or a flashback of sorts?
MC:
I don’t know how they would do that, because Castiel — outside of Jimmy’s body — would be an angel, and we know that angels can’t be seen by human beings without their eyes being burned out. So if they did show that, they would have to burn out the entire viewing audience’s eyes. Which I think would be some sort of liability for the CW.

Not to mention that “Supernatural”’s viewership might take a serious hit.
MC:
Exactly. Unless they were starting to make a shift to a purely audio version of the show, like a radio play. In which case, it might actually be a good move because it would save a bundle on production costs.

All the fans could just listen to “Supernatural” on their iPod.

MC: Exactly. [Laughs] I don’t know why I’m not a network executive. These are good ideas!

Jim Beaver Interview

The actor isn’t sure if season five will be the popular CW show’s last year

While chatting with Supernatural’s Jim Beaver about his new memoir Life’s That Way, we got him to spill a little bit of information on the final three episodes of his popular CW series. It seems that Bobby Singer will be present throughout the finale, but he’s not quite sure what is going to happen with season five. Here is what the popular character actor had to say about the series’ immediate future:

This has been a very busy time for you, with the book coming out and two series on the air. How tough has it been to juggle all three at one time?

Jim Beaver: Even good stress is stress. That is a bit of an issue. The fact is that I am wonderfully blessed to have all of this happening at once. Sometimes my schedule is a little difficult to juggle. I am very happy working. I have a great time when I am at work. I love what I do so much. The book has been a lot of work. There has been some emotional stress to go back through all of this. But I am really happy. And it has been a wonderful bit of synchronicity to have the shows and the book all at peak points of interest all at the same time.

Bobby Singer is more popular now than ever before. What role does he play in the upcoming season finale, and will we be seeing him next year? Also, how do you feel about the show coming to an end with season five?

Jim Beaver: I don’t know too much about next year. Or what they have planned for the show. There was some scuttlebutt on the set about the end of the series. But that often times doesn’t play out. I haven’t really heard anything definitive from the powers that be about the future of the show. I know that Bobby is back for the final three episodes of this season. There is some really strong stuff there were Dean and Bobby are trying to get Sam to kick his demon blood addiction. There is some really powerful stuff in the relationship between the three. As to how things wrap up? Well, when you are a character on Supernatural, you can get killed and come back. When you are an actor on it, and you spill too many beans, they can kill you and you don’t get to come back. There is only a little bit about what I can say in regards to how things wind down. It’s been such a trip being on this show. It was very much under my own personal radar when I first joined it. It was just another job. I had no idea that it had the kind of fan support that it does. And that has certainly increased year by year. Boy, they have been so wonderful to me. After toiling in obscurity for many years, it is incredibly satisfying and gratifying to have the kind of fan support they managed to come up with on this show.

Did you ever think that purple gloves and a dirty trucker hat would become your signature? And do you think they are deserving of a place in history as a film and television historian?

Jim Beaver: I am not sure how to answer that. I never took it for granted. I never thought anyone would remember what I did for long. If anybody remembers any of this stuff a year from now, I will be pleasantly surprised.

The final four Supernatural season 4 episodes begin airing this Thursday at 9 pm, only on the CW. Bobby Singer makes his return in the April 30th episode The Rapture.

Source: MovieWeb

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