New Private Practice Spoilers & Scoop!

24 fans should be glad to “spy” Leslie Hope in the Oct. 22 episode.

Is Dell gone for good?: Depends on what you mean by “gone.” Gone from Oceanside Wellness? I now shall emulate a certain governor and ignore your question to instead tease my upcoming video of Chris Lowell talking all about Dell’s possible (and pregnant!) new love interest. — TV Guide

Paul Adelstein: Private Practice Prescribes Juicier Drama

TV Guide

With its Season 2 premiere, ABC’s Private Practice “grew up” a bit, eschewing flighty romances for bigger drama punctuated by ethical dilemmas. Paul Adelstein promises more of the same, while also previewing what’s ahead for Cooper and his strange romance. Plus: Is Prison Break‘s Kellerman alive?

TVGuide.com: It’s so good to see the show back….
Paul Adelstein:
It’s nice to have it back.

TVGuide.com: The gang was a little rough there on Naomi, at the end of the premiere.
Adelstein:
Hey, man, she left us all high and dry! Although in her defense, we probably should have been paying a little more attention. [Laughs]

TVGuide.com: Apparently one and only one partner had their eye on the ledger.
Adelstein:
And the rest of us were in the kitchen snacking when we should have been seeing patients.

TVGuide.com: Is that one of the themes this season, that we’ll get a bit more into the business of the practice, versus pretty people just flitting around and flirting?
Adelstein:
That’s a major thing, that the practice itself is in trouble. We have a high-concept idea of what the practice should do, but that butts heads with the financial realities of keeping a business afloat. So there are some splits in the ranks about how we should proceed. On top of that, [series and Grey’s Anatomy creator] Shonda [Rhimes] has added a lot of issues of medical ethics that aren’t so black-and-white.

TVGuide.com: In that one case from last week, is that the real deal, that an underage kid’s parents can keep him from knowing he has HIV?
Adelstein:
That was based on a real case that a doctor brought to the writers. That is a case in which you would have doctor-patient confidentiality on both sides. There are more cases along those lines coming up. There’s an episode that deals with a lot of issues surrounding abortion, there’s euthanasia…. a lot of medical decisions that aren’t cut-and-dry, but are very important.

TVGuide.com: On the lighter side, Cooper and Charlotte have been going to some very amorous places. Who has more trouble “going there” for those scenes, you or KaDee Strickland?
Adelstein:
Well… I wouldn’t say either one of us has “trouble,” but you will see this week that KaDee has to don some rather… “interesting” outfits. She has to be a better sport than I, let’s put it that way. [Laughs] I’m in my jeans and T-shirt and she has to… well, you’ll see.

TVGuide.com: Dare I say that things between the two of them might get more real?
Adelstein:
Yes. Cooper has decided that he wants to give it a go and have an adult relationship for the first time in his life.

TVGuide.com: But at what expense to his friendship with Violet?
Adelstein:
That’s a good question. Again, him not having been in an adult relationship before, I don’t think he knows how to handle that exactly – and that comes to a head pretty quickly.

TVGuide.com: Has Violet put two and two together to deduce that he’s seeing Charlotte?
Adelstein:
She knows that he’s involved with somebody, given the changes in his behavior. But Cooper is unwilling to fess up to that.

CSI Episode Recap

Garydourdan_csi_240_002We pick up where we left off, with eeevil Undersheriff McKeen calling in Warrick’s shooting. Grissom hears the “officer down” call and runs back to the alley behind the cafe, with McKeen not far behind. Poor dying Warrick tries to finger his murderer, but all that blood pouring from his mouth makes it a bit difficult. He dies in Grissom’s arms…READ FULL RECAP

Major 90210 Spoilers & Scoop!

  • Adrianna will survive her O.D., go to rehab and live to see another West Bev day. In fact, I hear she’s got a new post-Promises love interest looming: Navid!
  • Don’t fret, I do believe we’ll see more of Jennie Garth. But I’m told that while she’s away, Silver will throw a wild party at her house: a party that involves cops, noise violations and Annie vomiting… And speaking of Annie, it won’t be long before she and Ethan are making out in public — which could be an issue when her Kansas boyfriend comes to visit! — Good thing Naomi will be available to entertain him…
  • We’ll be meeting Harry and Tracy’s illegitimate son next month. His name is Sean and he’s technically an orphan, as his adoptive parents passed away after a recent car accident. I’m hearing Annie and Dixon sort of freak when they find out their dad’s got another kid (but he’s supposedly really nice)… and I’m hearing Harry will freak when a rumor regarding Mr. Ryan Matthews and new student/undercover cop Kimberly begins to circulate. — KorbiTV at Zap2it.com
  • The script for episode 10 is the first one rewritten by Gilmore Girls scribe Rebecca Kirshner, and according to Mike Ausiello’s colleague Kristen Baldwin, “It’s definitely much sharper and funnier. There’s a David Mamet joke in the first scene that is pure Lorelai.” In another promising sign, sources confirm that one of Kirshner’s fellow Gilmore producers, Gayle Abrams, will be joining her in the 90210 writers’ room, effective immediately.
  • Annie’s boyfriend from back home is coming to town, and producers are only interested in auditioning actors with “ridiculously hot bodies,” per a 90210 insider. Makes sense considering we first meet him as he’s coming out of a pool. — Ausiello Files
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