Major Gossip Girl Spoilers and Scoop! Lily and Rufus’s son and Chuck, CEO!

Jack Bass, Chuck’s uncle that will stir up some trouble after Bart’s death.  Also around mid point of the season, Jenny will finally be returning to school after her roller coaster ride in the real road. However, wherever Jenny goes there trouble and she will again to battling the mean girls according to Kristin at E!Online.

Here’s what’s going to happen in next couple of episode airing in January and February:


Chuck has a hard dealing with his father’s death, and runs away to Bangok. He gets drunk in a bordello there, and his uncle Jack Bass bring’s him back to New York and to a worried Blair.

Jack tells Lily he want to be Chuck’s legal guardian.

Chuck gets in trouble at school smoking hash, Jack, Chuck and Blair attend a meeting with headmistress Queller about this, the headmistress wants to forget the whole incident if Chuck, doesn’t smoke again (in school), but instead he lights up a joint in the office.

Blair defends Serena, Lily and Chuck to the Colony Club an elite group of women Blair wants to joins, but opts out because of their cattiness.


Chuck finds out at his father’s will reading that he is the now the CEO of Bass Industries, so that’s why Jack wants to be his guardian! Jack is upset by this. Chuck also agrees that Jack can be his guardian, based on Jack rule of no curfew and that he will allow Chuck to have girls sleep over!

Chuck uses his father’s office to entertain Jessica and Olivia. Dressed in boxers with drugs on the desk, the board arrives for a meeting only to be disgusted, they then leave. We will meet David Schneiderman the head of the board of directors who is obviously suspicious that Bart isn’t working and isn’t surprised by Chuck’s display because of his reputation.

It’s true Lily and Rufus had a son, they try to contact him and meet with an adoption lawyer Miles, but can’t because their son had to register at a search service for them to contact him since it was a closed adoption. Rufus is upset because Lily never told him she was pregnant. Miles agrees though to contact the parents to see if they would be willing to meet with Lily and Rufus.

Miles meets with Lily and Rufus’s son’s adoptive parents, Renee and Chris Rosson.  Renee knew the birth mother would eventually want to meet her son. Renee is emotional and can’t agree to meet with Lily and Rufus.

But Chris the adoptive father does, and tells Lily and Rufus about their son Andrew…. Unfortunately, we will never meet him, because….he died in a sailing accident he and his friends jumped in the water, but Andrew was swept away in a riptide. This is why Renee didn’t want to meet them to tell them about it. Chris hands them a newspaper clipping from the accident. Lily is very emotional about the news; she asks if her son was happy. Chris tells her he always smiled. Rufus puts his around around Lily to comfort her.  Chris also hands them a plaque with Andrew’s handprint. He made it at school as a child for Mother’s Day and Renee wanted Lily to have it.

Brothers & Sisters Episode Recap: “Going Once…Going Twice”

As the episode kicks off, we learn that not only has Scotty recently been getting press for his work at the restaurant, but that he has also been promoted to Head Chef. Kevin, delighted at the news, quickly informs Sarah that the dinner party she is throwing in his honor will be a promotion celebration. While Kevin and Scotty think about the future in a larger place, however, Kevin realizes just what he’s given up to become a government employee: money. Seventy-five percent of his former salary to be exact. Ouch.

Kevin, however, talks Nora, who is preparing to bid on houses for her center, into letting him tag along to the auction as her “financial advisor.” Once there, he pesters her with questions about how well she checked into the two properties she has in mind and advises her not to be hasty (“Read the room,” he says), so much so that the first house is sold right in front of her without Nora’s paddle ever making it into the air. No biggie, there’s still one left. That is, until Kevin pulls the same stunt again, only this time, it’s talk of him buying a house that is the distraction. And before either of them know it, Kevin’s paddle goes up, and he is the new owner of Nora’s mansion. You could see the blood start boiling almost immediately….read more

Ex List Boss Reveals “The One” for Bella

Ex List Boss Reveals “The One” for Bella

by Kristin Dos Santos, E!Online

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It was one of the most promising new series of the season, but after CBS X-d out show runner Diane Ruggiero and then X-d The Ex List from their Friday night lineup, this fun, girly dramedy starring Elizabeth Reaser became just another sad TV tale…and a source of frustration to fans who wanted answers.

“How would it have ended?” “Will we ever find out who was The One for Bella?”

Many of you fans have written in to beg for some kind of resolution, and, well, guess what I just scored? The exclusive answer from Ruggiero herself, plus inside scoop on whether we’ll ever see more episodes…

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The answer is: Augie (Adam Rothenberg)!

It seems best friends can make the best lovers.

And according to Diane (who is currently working with Rob Thomas on the new Cupid for ABC), the key to the psychic’s prophecy was that Bella has to get married in a year or she will never marry, but she doesn’t have to get married to The One. Tricky, tricky! That is also the key to how the series would have lasted more than one season.

Here’s what Diane tells me of her Ex List vision:

“My plan was to end the first season with Bella getting married. Marina (the psychic) told her that she already dated The One and that if she didn’t marry within the year she’d never marry. She never said she had to marry The One within the year.

“Soooo, my plan was to have Bella hook up with an old college ex around episode 13. In the past, he had just started dating someone when he met Bella. He fell for Bella and dumped his girlfriend, only to have his relationship with Bella last for like a day. Now she meets up with him again. They hit it off like crazy. One problem, he’s engaged. The episode ends with Bella not wanting to wreck his engagement. She’s worried that she’s letting the prophecy cloud her judgment and she doesn’t want to ruin someone else’s potential happiness. Anyway, long freakin’ story short—episode 19 he comes back. He had ended the engagement anyway and is available.

“Bella, in the meantime, has entered a new phase in her relationship with Elliott. He’s her new best friend. And she’s had a huge fight with Augie and their friendship is on the rocks. The clock is ticking. She tells College Ex about the prophecy. He says they should get married. They head to Vegas. Elliott rushes to Vegas to stop them. He’s too late. Right after they tie the knot College Ex is telling a stranger at the casino the story of how he met Bella. He mentions that they were both dating someone else. Bella is confused. She was single when she met him—we flash back to a college party—Bella and Augie enter. She sees someone she used to date and doesn’t want to appear to be at the party alone. She tells Augie that he is her boyfriend for the night.

“Basically, Bella gets married then moments later realizes that Augie is the one. That was the season one plan.

“Hope you don’t think it blows.”

What say you? Comment below!

By the way, as of last week The Ex List (sans Ruggiero) was actively casting for episode 12 (only four eps were ever aired). I inquired about that, and I’m told, “The studio is finishing production.” Now, I’m also told CBS has no airdates planned for future episodes, but it sounds like there might be episodes in the can for a future release online or on DVD.

In the meantime, Ruggiero has rejoined forces with her old Veronica Mars buddy Rob Thomas to work on his new Cupid for ABC.

Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: “City on Fire”

Desperate Housewives Episode Recap: “City on Fire”

by Mickey O’Connor, TV Guide

On this week’s Desperate Housewives, we finally get to Wisteria in Chains’, er, Blue Odyssey’s long-awaited gig at the Battle of the Bands at the White Horse. It seems that Wisteria in Chains are older than most of the competition by two or three decades. “Rock and roll is not just for young people,” says Mike. “Tonight we’re not a plumber and a masseur and a guy that makes pizzas, we’re a rock and roll band.” And he promises that “tonight will be a night to remember.” “And it was,” says Mary Alice with creepy omniscience. Yes, Blue Odyssey is on fire! No, really, the nightclub is on fire, and the emergency exit is locked! The cops are calling it arson. Who made it out alive? And who… didn’t? Read on to find out…

Virginia is back. Not only did “Grandma Screw Loose” get Carlos rehired, she put the Solises in their will — in fact, they’re the sole heirs of her entire fortune. Carlos, who is the more logical, ethical Solis (just barely), still seems to think that Virginia is just a lonely old lady who just wants some companionship and that they should play along… until Virginia’s high cholesterol finally gets the best of her and the ultimate payday arrives (like I said, just barely). Still, it’s odd that he hasn’t seen the crazy warning signs that Gaby has. Which isn’t to say that Gaby is taking the high road. “Virginia! Why can’t I stay mad at you?” she chirps when she finds out about their potential windfall.

Virginia invites herself along to the Battle of the Bands, which makes me realize: If it’s true that the aforementioned nightclub fire results in some fatalities, as rumors seem to indicate, there are an awful lot of possible victims. This gig is the hottest ticket in the town (no pun intended… much).

Nana Cuckoo has enrolled the girls in a private school an hour away, which appears to be the last last straw for Gaby. “I’m afraid I must insist,” Virginia says. Gaby tells her that nobody gets to insist when it comes to her kids. “A couple of years ago, you could have bought me with that big fortune of yours, but I’m a mom now,” she says. When Virginia threatens to remove the Solises from her will, Gaby replies, “That is your right as a crazy old rich lady.”

Preston tells Lynette that Anne is pregs, and that they’re planning to run away. (Boy, I bet that twin wishes his storyline would arrive soon.) Lynette confronts Anne, and finds out that Porter helped Anne at a time when she was having trouble with her abusive husband, Warren (guest star Peter Onorati). Their conversation is accidentally overheard by Warren — oops! Lynette leaves, but reconsiders and returns to the house, just in time to find a bloodied Anne getting kicked in the gut by Warren. “Just so you know, I hit back,” Lynette says, momentarily defusing the situation and becoming Anne’s unlikely savior.

When Porter arrives at the hospital and confronts Lynette about her confrontation with Anne and Warren, the lovesick teen freaks and dashes off, leaving Lynette to tail him as any protective mother should.

“Tonic water, bourbon, ketchup — this is your grocery list?” Roberta asks Karen. Heh. The McCluskey crime team decides to head the Boston to confront Dr. Heller about what he knows about Dave, which is a weird plot detour considering that we already know that Dr. Heller is on his way to Fairview.

The New York Dispatch has sent a hard-nosed reporter, Sandra Birch (guest star Rachael Harris), to profile Bree, who has ensured that both Katherine and Andrew won’t reveal any of the Hodge family’s myriad dirty little secrets. Sandra Birch is known for hatchet jobs, hilariously in particular one she administered to Betty White. Try as she does to keep her skeletons in the closet, though, Bree can’t prevent Sandra from learning that Orson has been to prison.

Sandra bends the ears of Lee and Bob to confirm some other rumors she heard around the neighborhood. “Were you really a boozehound?” Lee asks salaciously. “I wish I had known you then; we would have been such good friends.” And she’s going to the Battle of the Bands too (ominous music cue) to hear “Orson sing harmony with the guy he tried to kill.” Oh, what a tangled we weave, Wisteria ladies! “Was your first husband really into S&M hookers?” Lee asks, punctuating the brief, funny scene.

Bree decides to come clean with Sandra at the Battle of the Bands, begging her not to ruin her reputation. It seems that Sandra thinks that Bree’s cookbook is a “look-how-great-I-am” book that establishes standards that make most women feel inadequate. (No argument here.) But Bree has a counterpoint, saying instead that her book is a lifeline to all the desperate housewives out there. “I want them to know that there’s always a chance to get something right, even if it’s just a casserole,” she says. Surprisingly, this is an angle that Sandra can work with. See! Some of us mainstream media types have a heart! Problem solved!

Julie’s back, and she has brought her new boyfriend, Lloyd, who was also once her professor, which naturally puts Susan into a signature tizzy. It seems that Lloyd has been divorced three times, but the first one didn’t count. “Did someone throw rice at you?” Susan asks. (Yes.) “It counts.” They have a funny exchange in which they debate the relative sins of being divorced twice and three times, which is abruptly interrupted by the shocking news that Lloyd is planning to propose to Julie.

Susan, in her infinite wisdom, decides it’s her mission to head off the happy couple’s special moment at the pass. Jackson, in his actual wisdom, tells her to stay out of it. Does she listen? What do you think? She sabotages the proposal with some embarrassing mom dancing, but is pleased (?) to find out that Julie wasn’t going to accept the proposal anyway, since they’ve only been dating for three months and she doesn’t believe in marriage anyway. Susan tries to convince her that marriage is special, and in the process realizes how lucky she is to have Jackson. Aw.

Dr. Heller arrives in Fairview just in time for the Battle of the Bands, to which he was invited by… Edie Britt Williams, who helpfully hands him a flyer with Dave’s picture on it. At the White Horse, he corners “Dave,” who apparently changed his name (there goes that theory), and asks him why he moved back to Fairview, and if Edie knows the whole story. “Did you tell her your history? Did you tell her why it’s not healthy or safe for you to be here?” Dave says (lies?) yes. It’s interesting that as climactic as this scene was, we still don’t really have any new information about Dave’s supposed vendetta. The doc then notices something unusual about the band’s sign hanging in the club. “He’s in your band?” he asks, obviously flabbergasted. When Dave realizes that the doc is on to him, he promptly strangles him in a storage closet. Well, even before the fire starts, we have one corpse in the building. Yikes! A deranged Yellow Satan decides the easiest way to cover up his little murder oopsie is to set the whole damn place on fire, which is odd considering he’s about to go on stage in said damn place. Oh, and also, he locked Jackson in the men’s room for some reason. James Denton doesn’t have a bad singing voice. I think he’s in that Band From TV, right?

Then a lot happens. Porter slugs Warren. Warren slugs Porter. Warren locks the emergency exit for some reason. Then… fire! Virginia is shoved to the floor. Jackson escapes through the bathroom window. Gaby saves Virginia, even though Virginia refuses to agree to put the Solises back in the will. Mike goes to the men’s room to find Jackson, and ends up passed out on the floor! Aieee! Porter shows up at the club with a gun, but appears to reconsider whatever he was planning. Yellow Satan goes back into the club and rescues Mike (which confuses me), but as Mike is wheeled away on a stretcher, Dave leans in and whispers, “I’m not done with you yet.” Which makes me ask: If the goal is to kill Mike, why wouldn’t he have just left him in there? Unless that isn’t his goal…

Fire tally: Deaths: 6 (including Dr. Heller and… who else?); Injuries: Many, including Carlos and Mike, both of whom appear to be OK for now; Fake Heroes: 1 (Dave); and Arson Accusations: 1 (Warren on Porter — uh-oh!)

Carlos could regain his sight. Susan finds out that Mike is dating Katherine. Lynette and Tom are going to protect their son, even if he killed six people. (Except he totally didn’t!)

What did you think of the show’s first November sweeps offering? Did “the fire” live up to the hype? And what would you like to see happen next? And what exactly is Dave’s secret? Was he telling the truth to Edie about what happened to his brother in prison?

Smallville Spoilers: ‘Bride’

11/20 Mid-Season Finale ‘Bride’

SmallvilleChloe is excited that she’s marrying Jimmy but is worried that Davis will stop the wedding. Meanwhile, Oliver tells Clark he thinks he’s discovered where Lex is hiding and takes off to Cuba to confront him. However, when he arrives, Oliver is shocked to find Lana instead. Clark and Lois grow closer, but chaos ensues when Doomsday crashes the wedding and tries to kidnap Chloe.

It will be a day of love on the next episode of “Smallville” where there will be two unexpected guests on Chloe and Jimmy’s wedding ceremony.

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Preview of “Smallville” episode 8.10 has been released. With “Bride” as the title, the episode features Chloe and Jimmy’s wedding ceremony in Cuba and two unexpected guests.

Chloe finally becomes Jimmy’s bride. Though feeling extremely excited about her wedding to Jimmy, she worries if Davis has an intention to stop the wedding. Meanwhile, Oliver tells Clark that he thinks he has discovered where Lex is hiding and takes off to Cuba to confront Lex. Still, instead of finding Lex there, he meets Lana.

While Clark and Lois start to fall in love with each other, the party turns ugly when Doomsday crashes the wedding and tries to kidnap Chloe.

The “Bride” is scheduled to air on November 20 at 8/7c on The CW, where recurring cast Kristin Kreuk will make her appearance as Lana on this episode. — Ace Showbiz

One Tree Hill Spoilers: Chad Michael Murray on “We Three” Video Interview

VIDEO: Chad Michael Murray Teases a “Stunning” Tree Hill

by Matt Mitovich, TV Guide

This Monday at 9 pm/ET, Chad Michael Murray’s vision becomes a reality, as the episode of One Tree Hill

which he wrote comes to your screen. Though the original hope to film in black-and-white did not come to be, he maintains, “It is a stunning, stunning episode.”

In this video, in addition to many clips of the Tree Hill gang guys-and-dolled up, Chad details how the idea to situate the show’s characters in the 1940s came to be. (His original,quickly rebuffed presentation to series creator Mark Schwahn involved a riff on Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing and revolved around Lucas’ mom being coked out in the kitchen!) After some retooling, he came up with “We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me),” a World War II-era, Casablanca-reminiscent episode in which Karen’s Café is transformed into a nightclub run by Lucas.

“I’m not going to lie — there are some great, cheesy moments. Clichéd 1940s stuff,” Chad admits. “But I wanted it that way…. I had to go for it.”

Also in this video: Murray gives props to one particular cast member who “really brought it” for this special installment (at the 3;15 mark), and he previews the episode he will be directing (3:30) and what it has in common with this season’s Episode 7.

Gossip Girl Spoilers: “It’s A Wonderful Lie” and Photos from the Set!

Gossip Girl – It’s A Wonderful Lie – Synopsis

THE ANNUAL SNOWFLAKE BALL — For the annual Snowflake Ball, Blair (Leighton Meester) and Chuck (Ed Westwick) make a bet that they can find the ideal dates for each other. Aaron’s (John Patrick Amedori) ex-girlfriend, Lexi (guest star Natalie Knepp), expresses an interest in Dan (Penn Badgley) which creates conflicted feelings for Serena (Blake Lively). Nate (Chace Crawford), Jenny (Taylor Momsen) and Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) get into a tangled situation that puts their friendships and hearts on the line. Kelly Rutherford and Matthew Settle also star. Patrick Norris directed the episode written by Robby Hull (#212). Source: CW

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Supernatural 4.10 Spoilers: Preview “Heaven and Hell”

11/20 Mid-Season Finale ‘Heaven and Hell’

Anna (guest star Julie McNiven) remembers her past, and Sam and Dean finally understand why Castiel (guest star Misha Collins) and Uriel (guest star Robert Wisdom) want her dead. However, they disagree with the angels’ orders and try to help Anna restore an important part of her past so she can be saved. Meanwhile, Alastair (guest star Mark Rolston) and his demons continue to close in on Anna and the brothers.

Sam and Dean Winchester are dealing with demons one more time to save a girl on the November 20 episode of ‘Supernatural’.

A preview from episode 4.10 of “” is released. With the title “Heaven and Hell”, it revolves around the Winchester brothers, Sam () and Dean (), as they struggle to save Anna, who played by Julie McNiven.

As Anna remembers her past, Sam and Dean begin to understand the reason behind Castiel and Uriel’s hatred and why the two want her dead. Ignoring the angels’ orders, Sam and Dean try to help Anna restoring an important part of her past so she can be saved.

Meanwhile, Alastair, who is guest-starred by Mark Rolston, and his demons continue to track down Sam, Dean and Anna.

Guest starring Misha Collins and Robert Wisdom, “Heaven and Hell” is scheduled to air on The CW, November 20 at 9/8c. — Ace Showbiz

Gossip Girl Spoilers 2.11: More Previews “The Magnificent Archibalds”

Lily trying to convince Jenny that Rufus loves her and Blair reminding that ‘Serena doesn’t share’ in two ‘Gossip Girl’ clips.

Two scenes from the November 17 episode of “” are released. Titled “The Magnificent Archibalds”, the episode is taking on the family rift between Jenny and her father, Rufus, and also Lily coming to their rescue. Jenny is ready to cut all sorts of communication with Rufus if she doesn’t get her way but Lily decides to make a peace treaty for them by taking Jenny in her house. This will be previewed in the first clip.

The second clip is a phone conversation between Blair and Serena. The former who complains about her mother’s new boyfriend who breaks all of Waldorf tradition during Thanksgiving and the latter who complains on her new lover’s past. Blair is baking in keeping the dinner tradition at home while Serena is trying to come clean with the fact that Aaron has a female friend whom he’s close with.

Also in the Thanksgiving episode, Dan accidentally reveals a few tidbits of his past on his own as well as Blair and Chuck coming to their friend’s aid when Nate is once again forced to confront his father’s abandonment, as he finally returns from abroad. Vanessa becomes depressed upon hearing that Nate is leaving New York with his father, but she doesn’t hear that from Nate himself. Finally, Eric discovers a secret that Bart has been keeping from Lily. — Ace Showbiz

Gossip Girl Sneaks: ‘Tis the Season of Pie and Tears

It’s Thanksgiving on the Upper East Side, a time when everyone is reminded of the family ties that bind and gag.

As you can see above, Blair’s building herself an old-fashioned family holiday—she has no family this year, but at least there’s always the divine Dorota.

Plus, in the two other sneak peek video clips below, Lily heroically tries to keep Rufus and Little J from breaking up forever, and Dan oh-so-helpfully tries to explain Serena to her new love interest, Aaron Rose. That goes great, and by great I mean terrible and awkward…

Given a good helping of Chuck and Blair action (not to mention stuffing and many kinds of pie), I think this feast of drama might be the best Gossip Girl episode yet.

Gossip Girl airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the CW.

More Desperate Housewives Spoilers & Previews for Tonight’s Episode!

Desperate Housewives: Burnin’ Down the House

by Kristin Dos Santos, E!Online

It’s OK to shout fire in a crowded theater if there is an actual fire, and Edie does just that in Sunday’s all-new episode of Desperate Housewives. And as you probably know, at least one character, and maybe two, don’t make it out of the club alive. After seeing the clip above, who’s your pick? Check out the three other sneak peek videos below. Desperate Housewives airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m.

Ugly Betty Spoilers 3.09: “When Betty Meets YETI”

The game is on. In the next episode of ““, Betty will face a stiff competition from Marc who also applies for YETI, Young Editors Training Program which only has one vacant room left. Earning this slot could mean the end of Betty and Marc’s long-running assistant position in Mode.

Betty sees this as an opportunity to fast track her dream of having her own magazine, but the test requires her to create a magazine in 48 hours. Also Justin makes an unlikely friend and Daniel finds himself attracted to Molly while Wilhelmina does her best to get Connor’s attention.

Called “When Betty Met YETI”, the episode 3.09 will air November 20.

On related news, it has just been announced that Tony Awards-winning actress will guest star in the episode where she plays Jodie Papadakis, a tough no nonsense magazine editor whom Betty idolizes and hopes to impress in her training program for aspiring young editors. — Ace Showbiz

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