Major Ghost Whisperer Spoilers: Jim’s Fate! Interview with David Conrad!

In tonight’s episode Jim dies from embolism, in the last scene he flat-lines and the hospital staff tries to revive him does he live or really die?….READ MORE SPOILERS FROM NEXT WEEK’S EPISODE THRESHOLD

Is J.Love’s Man Going to Die?

Ghost Whisperer, Jennifer Love Hewitt, David Conrad

Jennifer Love Hewitt‘s onscreen hubby is going to die.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, we’ve all heard that one before, as this rumor has been circling within the Ghost Whisperer fan world for years now.

But wait…Could it actually really be happening this month?

Sources confirm that there will be a major cast change within the next three episodes (starting tonight), and what goes down will surprise you…

Here are the answers to your burning questions:

I really love Ghost Whisperer, and I would like to know more about the rumor of Jim (David Conrad) being the one that dies. Does he go into the light, or will he be sticking around as a ghost?
Neither. It’s not an either/or scenario.

Do Jim and Melinda get pregnant on Ghost Whisperer?
They are definitely working on it in at least two episodes.

I love Jim on Ghost Whisperer so much. He’s the best husband to Melinda—he loves her so much. I don’t know what she’ll do without him. Please tell me he doesn’t die.
All I can say is that Jim’s loving support goes a lot further than that of your typical mortal man…

Anything good in the works for my man Jamie Kennedy on Ghost Whisperer?
In an upcoming ep, look for an odd-couple act between Eli (Jamie Kennedy) and Jim as they investigate the death of a young woman. Eli may be smart enough to get info out of books, but he’s not slick when it comes to getting info out of witnesses, and Jim has to step in to get the job done.

Is there anything you can tell us about Melinda and Delia’s friendship on Ghost Whisperer?
When Melinda faces the greatest crisis of her life, it’s actually Delia’s (Camryn Manheim) skepticism that provides the breakthrough Melinda needs to understand what happened!

Will Ghost Whisperer’s Jim Leave the Land of the Living?

By TV GUIDE NEWS
TV GUIDE
Speculation has run wild for some time that David Conrad‘s character on Ghost Whisperer would be checking out. We chatted with him about how that rumor will work itself in Friday’s episode, how it could affect his future on the show and why he watched so much Olympic swimming this summer. — Steve Pond

TV Guide: Rumors have been swirling that Jim, your character, is about to die and become one of those ghosts who constantly bother Melinda. I know you can’t spoil it, but what can you tell fans about what happens to Jim?
David Conrad:
I think they’ll see a Jim like they’ve never seen before. I think he’ll find out who his true self is, though it might take a long time. That’s cryptic.

TV Guide: So there is some sort of event that changes his fate?
Conrad:
[Thoughtfully] Well, Jim kind of blacks out… there’s a strange blackout. And some-times, by forgetting, when you do re-member, you know things all the more. Like, people might say, “Oh, I forgot how much I love my wife.” And then time goes by, and they realize just how much more they loved her, and at what cost.

TV Guide: As an actor, is the new story line going to be exciting to play?
Conrad: Yeah. It may bring out a muscle that I’ve never used before. It’s going to be a completely new world for him. He’s gonna wake up with new eyes — almost as if he’s seeing things through someone else’s eyes.

TV Guide: Have you known for a while that something big was coming?
Conrad:
I was told in the first season that something big was coming for me. [Laughs] Early on, the rumor was that I wouldn’t make it past Season 1. But somehow I ended up here, in my fourth one.

TV Guide: Do you have any sense of Jim’s long-term future on the show?
Conrad:
None, which is actually cool. Before, I saw this endless plain of being the supportive husband. And now I don’t know what the hell’s going to happen.

TV Guide: Jim’s such a good guy, but over the years, did you ever find yourself thinking, “I’m sick of being calm and supportive — can’t I be skeptical and cranky for a change?”
Conrad:
[Nods] Yeah. I got really tired of that. But that’s the dynamic. Maybe it’s part of what’s so exciting about what’s coming up, because things change quite a bit. Before, it could get exhausting spending that much time doing nothing, significantly. Sometimes you think, “Hey, let’s do a story about me.” But, you know, the show is called Ghost Whisperer; it’s not called Husband.

TV Guide: Maybe you and Jake Weber from Medium could get together for a spin-off.
Conrad:
[Laughs] I’d love to. I think Jake’s a great actor. I was just watching him speak German in some terrible movie about subma-rines. But he’s so good.

TV Guide: Have you guys ever compared notes?
Conrad: I’ve never met Jake. We went to the same school, Juilliard. We’re both “married” to mediums. But we’ve never met.

TV Guide: OK, let’s switch topics. You’re a former competitive swimmer. Did you watch Michael Phelps over the summer?
Conrad:
[Enthused] I did — I watched endless hours of the Olympics online. And then I started swimming again before the Olympics, and I really started finding the joy again. I haven’t swum competitively since high school, but it’s nice, later in my life, to rediscover that.

TV Guide: How seriously are you swimming now?
Conrad:
I’m thinking about trying to find a masters swimming program. What I do now is, I’ll go to a public pool, and there’ll be a little swim team practicing in three lanes. I’ll get in the lane next to them and try to run with them. And often, the little 13-year-olds are destroying me. But once in a while I can keep up, so that’s fun.

TV Guide: If this season is the end for your char-acter, what will you do next?
Conrad: Hopefully I’ve saved enough money to move back East and live a very inexpensive lifestyle… just stop doing things that I don’t have my heart in. I hope I have the sense to just choose stuff in the remaining years of my actor life that I can really sink my teeth into.

TV Guide: During your first season on the show, you told us that at heart you were just a square from Pittsburgh, looking to settle down and have kids with a girl from your hometown. Well?
Conrad:
That didn’t work out. You have dreams, but at a certain point you’ve got to realize what you’re best at, or what’s most natural. Yeah, family…I don’t think about it. [Laughs] Love kids, though. Still love ’em.

TV Guide: So what’s the plan now?
Conrad:
What I’d really like to do is just sell everything I own and travel. I don’t want to own any-thing. I don’t want a house, I don’t want paintings, I don’t want to collect anything. I really would just like to travel, and think, and write.

View the original article on TVGuide.com

Review: Ghost Whisperer 11/07/2008

All Your TV, Written By Rick Ellis, Friday, November 7th, 2008,

There are some TV shows that never manage to catch the fancy of TV critics and pop culture fanatics. They just plow along, cranking out season after season of good, solid entertainment without really rising to the cover of “People” level of hype.

The CBS series “Ghost Whisperer” certainly falls into this category. It has helped CBS remain competitive on Friday nights, it continues to draw a faithful fan base and despite some cast changes, the show remains creatively strong.

The show’s premise is pretty simple. Jennifer Love Hewitt plays “Melinda Gordon,” a woman who can see and communicate with people who have not “crossed over.” She marries Jim Clancy (David Conrad) in the premiere episode, and her relationship with her husband helps define and expand her connection to these ghosts.

Over the period of four seasons, there have been some cast changes and a couple of long-running story arcs that focused on the dark side of the afterlife. But throughout the series, the one constant has been the bond between Melinda and Jim.

But more changes are coming to the show, and it’s going to be interesting to see how fans react to a new three-episode arc, which premieres tonight.

For months, rumors have been swirling that David Conrad (who plays Jim, Melinda’s husband) will be killed off this season. Producers have been coy about the changes, simply stating that Conrad will not be leaving the show.

It’s tough to write much about these episodes without spoiling too much of the story arc, although I’m not giving away much to say that things do not end well for Jim in tonight’s episode (entitled “Imaginary Friends And Enemies”). In fact, the promo CBS is airing for the episode gives a pretty good indication of what is going to happen.

But the cliffhanger from tonight plays out across at least the next two weeks, and although I suspect that many fans won’t be happy with the storyline, it is an imaginative twist in the show. It’s a change that seems very believable in the context of the series so far, and it gives the under-appreciated Jennifer Love Hewitt the chance to show off acting chops.

It also gives the viewers a lot to think about. At what point does holding on to something or someone cost more to your heart and soul than you can afford to pay? If you believe in heaven, then do you also have to believe that every event has a purpose, even if you don’t see it at the time? Do you sometimes just have to turn your life over to a higher power, and trust things will work out in the end?

Regardless of what fans think of the episodes, they are some of the best episodes of the series. Even though you can probably guess some of what is going to happen, there are some real unexpected twists and some connections between characters that I didn’t see coming.

Even if you’re not a regular fan of the show, it’s well worth tuning in tonight. You don’t have to be a fan to follow the action, and it’s a chance to see some really good television. With all the jokes about her bustline, it’s easy to forget that Jennifer Love Hewitt is a good actress. And while David Conrad hasn’t always had a lot to do in some episodes, tonight’s hour gives him the chance remind viewers “Ghost Whisperer” has succeeded in part because of the strength of its ensemble.

“Ghost Whisperer” airs Friday nights on CBS.

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One Tree Hill Spoilers: Fabulous ’40s Photos!

One Tree Hill Exclusive: Fabulous ’40s Photos

By Matt Mitovich, TV Guide
If a picture is worth what they say, I’ve got 3,000 very pretty words to share with you.

TVGuide.com has obtained a trio of exclusive photos from the Nov. 17 episode of the CW’s One Tree Hill. That outing, as many of you know, was penned by cast member Chad Michael Murray himself.

Entitled “We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me),” the out-of-the-box, Casablanca-style episode finds Karen’s Café transformed into a circa-1940s nightclub run by Lucas. To go with the theme, Murray, leading lady Hilarie Burton et al will portray retro versions of their Tree Hill selves — donning cool duds and glam garb in the process.

A most striking photo of Lucas and Peyton can be seen here. Other first-look pics depict Nathan with Hayley, and Skillz with “Leyton.”

Watch Chad talk about putting together this episode in this video shot on the set in Wilmington, N.C.

New Greek Spoilers for Season 3: Evan’s Brother and Rusty & Dale!

Update: March 30, 2009

‘Greek’ returns with Janeane Garofalo, Jesse McCartney & a straight character changing teams!

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Spencergrammer It may be the end of March in your world and mine, but in the CRUniverse, it’s the end of summer and school is almost back in session. Casey’s Washington internship has run its course, Rusty’s camp counseling days have drawn to a close and the Cartwright kids are heading back to campus tonight. In preparation for “Greek“‘s return, Korbi spent some time with show creator and lover of pop culture, Mr. Sean Smith, who gave me the inside word on what’s going down in this next cycle of episodes. It is because of him that I can answer some of your reader questions right this minute…

Janeanegarofalo Korbi, Is it true that Janeane Garofalo is doing an episode of “Greek”?
It is. “Greek” is taking us into the classroom at Cyprus Roades this semester and it is there that we’ll find Ms. Garofalo. Playing a Women Studies professor, she crosses paths with Casey, who may be looking to develop more of a feminist perspective… and Cappie, who is definitely just looking to develop more female relationships. “It’s his intention of course to go in and study the women as opposed to partaking of Women Studies,” Sean Smith laughed. “[Janeane] is just hysterical and she calls him out the second she sees him. Something to the effect of, every semester there’s some guy who comes into this class and he fails academically and otherwise. Good luck!”

Jessemccartney Any chance of Jen K. coming back?
I don’t think so. Sean said the ghost of Jen K. is behind Rusty. “Greek” will introduce a new transfer student for Rusty to pursue. He meets her in art history class and she presents him with quite a challenge. It’s love at first site for our little guy. But she’s got her eye on someone else. Watch the clip below to find out who… yes, it’s CRU’s freshman football recruit Andy, played by Jesse McCartney.

How many “Greek” episodes are we getting this season?
12. We’ll be halfway through the first semester of Casey’s senior year/Rusty’s sophomore year when this cycle ends.

Scottmichaelfoster When will Cappie and Casey get back together?
TBD, my friend. TBD. That’s what Sean told me when I asked him if we could see Cap and Case reunited romantically long before the series ends. For now, Casey and Max are still very much in love. But declining his Cal Tech grant to be with her may not have been the best idea. There are bad days ahead for them and Cappie will be the guy she turns to for advice. “They kind of become each other’s go-to people,” Sean explained. “I felt it was necessary to push their relationship a little more, which we do in this cycle. There’s definitely advancement.”

Jakemcdorman Do you think it would be possible for Evan and Cappie to ever call a truce of sorts? Or has there just been too much animosity built up over the years for them to just forgive and forget?
Actually, Casey isn’t the only person turning to Cap for help. When Evan’s brother Patrick (Robert Hoffman) shows up at CRU this season, he puts Ev in a position where he really needs someone to talk to. Of course, longtime fans know that he and Cappie have a history, so Cap kind of understands what Evan is dealing with better than any of the other kids do. “I think there’s a thaw [between them],” Sean said. “You know, I love their rapport and the cattiness of it. I don’t want to see them become like best buds, because then it’d just be boring. But there’s less contentiousness between them. It’s not quite as antagonistic as it was before.”

Dilshadvadsaria I want Cappie and Rebecca on “Greek” to get back together.
Don’t think that’s in the cards, but they will remain friends… even though one of them is going to steal a potential love interest from the other. Mhmm.

I’m hoping we haven’t seen the last of Tegan. Any word on Charisma Carpenter returning to “Greek”?
We won’t see Charisma in this batch of episodes, but that doesn’t mean she’s done with the show. There’s always next cycle. We will, however, meet a few other ZBZ alums, including Frannie’s big sis who comes back to CRU for her wedding — Sean said she’s hysterical — and another former sister who will catch the eye of two of “Greek”‘s main characters… the two I was just talking about.

Alanruck Any good “Greek” guest stars coming up?
Besides Janeane Garofalo? Helen Slater (aka Supergirl) is playing a visiting professor and Dean Bowman (aka Cameron Frye, aka Alan Ruck) will pop up in the most surprising of ways. P.S. Ashleigh apparently has a crush on him.Clarkduke

Will Calvin get together with someone new this season on “Greek”?
Indeed. And so will Ashleigh. And so will Dale!

I’m not a fan of Max, but I did enjoy how Cappie and Dale bonded over his lameness. Are we gonna see more Cap n’ Dale this season?
Apparently Cap and Dale are much closer than we’ve ever realized…

Kaitlyn in West Hollywood: Greek returns tonight, any scoop? Does Jesse McCartney stick around for a while?
Jesse McCartney will only be hanging out on Greek for six episodes, but that’s just enough time for him to choose a frat. Jesse teases, “Calvin is trying to get me to join the Omega Chi fraternity. Then there is Rusty, who is trying to get me to join Kappa Tau. It’s definitely safe to say it’s between those two. He goes where you probably don’t expect him to go.” Which house do you think? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Any scoop on Jesse McCartney’s role on Greek?
Andy (Jesse McCartney) and Rusty are going toe-to-toe. They are both going after the same girl, Jordan, but only one will be victorious! Speaking of stealing women, Evan and Rebecca are spending plenty of quality time together this season, including a late-night break-in to get Rebecca’s car out of lockup.

When is Greek coming back and can you tell me if Casey and Cappie will be together?
March 30th. And no, they won’t be together. Max is sticking around for the season. But the flame between Casey and Cappie is still lit and we’ll see evidence of that in the months to come. Also, we know the Max thing can’t last forever, since Michael Rady (the actor who plays him) has joined the CW’s Melrose Place remake as a regular. Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

Can you tell me some info about what will happen during next season’s Greek?
MATT:
Hopefully you caught my recent Q&A with Scott Michael Foster (no relation to Chad Michael Murray), who revealed some of what’s to come for Cappie. Also see if this floats your boat: Casey’s other ex, Evan, has a big story ahead of him — and he’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert HoffmanSource: TV Guide

“We’ll finally be out of Rusty’s freshman year,” reveals Greek creator Sean Smith of season 2.5, which kicks off next March. “When we return, it’s the fall of his second year and Casey and the upperclassmen’s fourth. It’ll be a whole new year, with rush (like the pilot) all over again, new pledges, new fun!” And what about Dale? “He’ll definitely be around,” says Smith. “Only this year he’s living in Calhoun Hall as Rusty moves into the Kappa Tau house.” And just like God said in the finale, Rusty and Dale will be roommates again. But with a twist. And a funny one at that. Source: Ausiello Files

Episode 2.11: Take Me Home, Cyprus-Rhodes Airdate: March 30, 2009

  • After her summer internship, Casey returns to campus with secret plans to move out of the ZBZ house. However she fears hurting Ashleigh at a time when she needs her most, as the drama with Frannie’s new sorority is heating up, causing Ashleigh to enlist a secret spy – a spy that Casey isn’t sure can truly be trusted. Meanwhile Calvin introduces his high school friend and new Cyprus-Rhodes freshman Andy (Jesse McCartney) to Rusty, who takes an instant liking to him and encourages Andy to join KT. But Andy gets locked in an epic battle for brotherhood, as Evan, upon seeing just how in demand Andy is on campus, wants him join Omega Chi. What lengths will Calvin and Rusty go to to win Andy’s pledge? Having spent his summer as a camp counselor, alongside guest star Ken Marino, Rusty begins his sophomore year on campus by finally moving into the Kappa Tau house. However, he struggles to reconcile how he will balance the pressures of his engineering major with living in the fraternity. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.12: From Rushing With Love Airdate: April 6, 2009

  • Now a sophomore, Rusty gets to participate in Rush Week for the first time and he is determined to land Andy as a pledge for Kappa Tau, but Calvin feels the pressure from Evan to get Andy to pledge Omega Chi. Who will prevail in the battle for the big man on campus? Ashleigh and Casey start to doubt Rebecca’s “mole” abilities and begin to question whether she’s actually a double-agent for Frannie’s new sorority when the ZBZ girls’ rush week Project Runway fashion skit is successfully sabotaged by Frannie. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.13: Engendered Species Airdate: April 13, 2009

  • When Casey discovers that Cappie is taking the same women’s studies class — taught by Professor Freeman (Janeane Garofalo) — she knows that it will complicate her relationship with Max. As a result, Casey decides to enlist the help of her new professor to help Max and Cappie get along. Will her plan work? Meanwhile, Rusty starts his first elective class in Art History, and as a lucky bonus meets a pretty new transfer student, Jordan (Johanna Braddy). Although he’s nervous about talking to her, he finds the courage to invite her to a KT party. But the night of the party he learns that some guys have all the luck, namely the new KT pledge, Andy. At the ZBZ house, Ashleigh hires a new hasher, Fisher (Andrew J. West), who draws a lot of attention from the sisters of ZBZ — but Fisher only has eyes for Ashleigh. Source: ABC Family

Can you tell me some info about what will happen during next season’s Greek?
MATT:
Hopefully you caught my recent Q&A with Scott Michael Foster (no relation to Chad Michael Murray), who revealed some of what’s to come for Cappie. Also see if this floats your boat: Casey’s other ex, Evan, has a big story ahead of him — and he’s getting an older brother, to be played by Step Up 2 stud Robert Hoffman.  — TV Guide

“We’ll finally be out of Rusty’s freshman year,” reveals Greek creator Sean Smith of season 2.5, which kicks off next March. “When we return, it’s the fall of his second year and Casey and the upperclassmen’s fourth. It’ll be a whole new year, with rush (like the pilot) all over again, new pledges, new fun!” And what about Dale? “He’ll definitely be around,” says Smith. “Only this year he’s living in Calhoun Hall as Rusty moves into the Kappa Tau house.” And just like God said in the finale, Rusty and Dale will be roommates again. But with a twist. And a funny one at that. — Michael Ausiello, Ausiello Files

New Desperate Housewives Spoilers: A Scavo Arrested! Plus November Sweeps & January Episodes

Episode 5.08: City on Fire Airdate: November 16, 2008

“This will create a tremendous change in the Solises’ life. Gaby is a hero, says exec producer [Bob] Daily. “It’s more perilous for the men than the wives,” says Daily. “Althought there is a moment where one of the wives is in danger.” […] “People absolutely die,” Daily reveals, adding “it’s the men who are both the heroes and the victims” of the ensuing effort to rescue a packed house that includes most of the wives, Susan’s daughter Julie, “her much older boyfriend” (played by guest star Steven Weber) and one seriously guilty party. However, “the wrong person will be accused of starting the fire,” teases Daily. “And that will tear things apart on Wisteria Lane.” — Source: TV Guide

Guest stars include Kathryn Joosten as Mrs. McCluskey, Gale Harold as Jackson, Stephen Spinella as Dr. Heller, Rachael Harris as Sandra Birch, Gail O’Grady as Anne Schilling, Frances Conroy as Virginia Hildebrand, Lily Tomlin as Roberta, Andrea Bowen as Julie, Steven Weber as Lloyd and Indie rock band Tokyo Police Club as Cold Splash. — Source: ABC

Episode 5-10    “A Vision’s Just a Vision”    December 7

One of the twins is arrested for arson!  Did he set the fire? No, but an unnamed witness says he did. Lynette sells Tom’s heirloom baseball to a Japanese businessman to raise bail, but then Lynette needs to get it back before Tom learns what she’s done.

Carlos’ surgery goes well as he begins to regain his sight.

Mrs. McCluskey and her sister Roberta continue to investigate Dave’s past; they’ve found his doctor, but that may be a bust. Dave calls for a refill on his prescription and mentions his address as being on Wisteria Lane. — Desperate Housewives Tripod Blog

Episode 5-11  Probably airing in January.

Susan’s at a gay club for the first time; she’s with a guy. Susan believes a shirtless guy is flirting with her, til he mentions he’s gay. Gabrielle learns one of Carlos’ former associates has a job opening perfect for Carlos. Carlos, however, has decided to teach the blind, to Gabrielle’s horror. Carlos and Gaby host a dinner party where they learn they might be happier than his former associate and his wife are now. — Desperate Housewives Tripod Blog

“What More Do I Need?”

Lynette confronts her worst fear in the new episode of ““. After suspecting her husband of cheating, Lynette reaches out to ‘the other woman’ and slaps her on the face. Meanwhile, she and Tom will also uncover an unsettling truth about their son, Porter.

Also in the episode called “What More Do I Need?”, Gabrielle suspects Carlos’ best client has ulterior motives; Bree’s moment of weakness could bring her great embarrassment and shame; and Katherine’s not so little secret is unveiled. Meanwhile, Susan learns of Jackson’s true passion, and Mrs. McCluskey’s sister unearths a disturbing fact about Dave.

“What More Do I Need?” will air on November 9.

A major spoiler about the episode was dished out by who plays Lynette. She said, “Tom’s going through a midlife crisis, and Lynette thinks the midlife crisis is going to end with a 25-year-old named Bunny and a divorce. So when we find out that the love interest is not Tom’s but one of our sons’, I think there’s a moment of, Whew!” — Ace Showbiz

Episode 5.07 – What More Do I Need – Promotional Photos — Spoiler TV

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES – “What More Do I Need?” – Desire proves to be a dangerous emotion on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives,” SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET). Lynette and Tom uncover the unsettling truth about son Porter; Gabrielle suspects Carlos’ best client has ulterior motives; Bree’s moment of weakness could bring her great embarrassment and shame; and Katherine’s not so little secret is unveiled. Meanwhile, Susan learns of Jackson’s true passion, and Mrs. McCluskey’s sister unearths a disturbing fact about Dave. (ABC/DANNY FELD) EVA LONGORIA PARKER, FRANCES CONROY

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