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

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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 On another news, who said it herself at Paley Fest that she would appear in the season finale, has withdrawn from the contract.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

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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

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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

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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

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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

New Brothers & Sisters Season Finale Spoilers

So long, Julia Walker… ‘Brothers & Sisters’ bids farewell

Poor Sarah Jane Morris. She was woefully underused on “Brothers & Sisters” these last three seasons and with her TV husband Balthazar Getty going bananas and being sent on hiatus, it seems “B&S” producers decided to give her her walking papers as well. But I’m not sure why. I mean, with Tommy M.I.A., the perfect opportunity for SJM’s character Julia to step into the spotlight finally presented itself, no? And Morris’ departing scene last night showcased her ample skills as an actress …not to mention those of Sally Field and Matthew Rhys. My goodness. Their faces, as they said goodbye? I — for once — didn’t cry, but only because I couldn’t believe how crazy real everyone’s emotions seemed. It was startling. So, yeah, there’s no shortage of talent on “Brothers & Sisters,” true. But think of all the storylines single and jilted mom Julia could’ve done. “B&S” powers-that-be, bring Sarah Jane Morris back next season! I hear Seattle kind of sucks. Not really. Heard it’s actually pretty sweet, but maybe Julia won’t like it…

‘Brothers and Sisters’ 3.23 Preview: The Rebecca and Ryan Kiss

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
In the next ‘Brothers and Sisters’, Ryan said that Rebecca returns his kiss when confronting Justin who is on the verge of making up with her.

'Brothers and Sisters' 3.23 Preview: The Rebecca and Ryan Kiss
See larger image It will be about making up, breaking up and fighting for love in the next ““. Ryan makes a discovery about his mother’s death and takes a huge leap in the wrong direction to vie for Rebecca’s affection. At the same time Rebecca also rekindles her romance with Justin. Meanwhile, when Kitty and Robert reach a crossroads in their marriage, she is forced to reflect on her father’s past indiscretions and decide what’s most important in life. Robert threatens Alec Tyler, the guy whom Robert has seen as the cause of his marriage breakdown. Meanwhile, there’s also an Ojai Foods party where Holly is in attendance. Sarah, in particular takes a big step in intimidating Holly and screws her in the face, literally. “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” airs Sunday, May 3. A scoop from Zap2It said that it will be Justin who eventually wins the heart of Rebecca. “…Ryan will officially throw his hat into the Rebecca ring in a couple days, but his big brother will come out victorious this time,” the site wrote.

Episode 3.23: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off Airdate: May 3, 2009

  • When Kitty and Robert reach a crossroads in their marriage, she is forced to reflect on her father’s (guest staring Tom Skerritt as William Walker) past indiscretions and decide what’s most important in life. Meanwhile, Ryan makes a discovery about his mother’s death and takes a huge leap in the wrong direction to vie for Rebecca’s affection. Guest starring are Tom Skerritt as William Walker, Luke Grimes as Ryan Lafferty, Matt Letscher as Alec Tyler, Luc Charbonnier as Ben Tyler, Jay Knowlton as Grady and Toby Holguin as the bus driver. Source: ABC

Episode 3.24: Mexico (Season finale) Airdate: May 10, 2009

  • When the Walker family reaches out to Tommy, they’re devastated to find that he may be unwilling to accept their help. Meanwhile, Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate; Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca; and Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother. Source: ABC

Brothers and Sisters – Episode 3.24 – Mexico – Promotional Photos

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There’s a surprise engagement in the finale. (Michael Ausiello)

Is there any hope for the future with Justin and Rebecca on Brothers & Sisters? There is hope! In fact, I’m hearing Justin will be down on one knee in front of his entire family before the Brothers & Sisters season finale, but could Rebecca already be on a Silver-esque downward spiral? We’ll have to wait until next season to find out. Meanwhile, any guesses on which B&S couple nearly engages in a ménage à trois? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Kitty and Robert will probably not be back together this season. (TV Guide)

What can you tell me about Saul “making a shocking admission about Ryan’s mother” on the season finale of Brothers & Sisters next week?
Saul may have inadvertently caused the death of Ryan’s mother! In other B&S finale news, the Walkers are Mexico-bound this Sunday in order to bring Tommy back to America. Hint, it’s not going to work. But it’s for the best. Also, Kitty and Robert finally reconcile, while Justin and Rebecca announce to the family that they’re getting married. He even gets down on one knee with a makeshift ring. Source: Kristin on E!Online

‘Brothers and Sisters’ 3rd Season Finale Preview: Mexico

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

In the last episode of ‘Brothers and Sisters’ season 3, the Walkers family find Tommy in Mexico while Justin makes a huge move with Rebecca.

'Brothers and Sisters' 3rd Season Finale Preview: Mexico
See larger image” will have its third season finale on Sunday, May 10 and revamp it with the re-appearance of Tommy. Nora travels to Mexico to find the son the she had slapped previously, only to discover that Tommy is unwilling to accept their help. Things are also boiling for Justin and Rebecca. Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca but the preview gives the idea that both will get married in an impromptu move. Meanwhile, Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate. Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother. Several clips from the episode titled “Mexico” had been released previously, showing Nora’s attempt to reach out to Tommy and highlighting on Kitty’s struggle to keep her marriage intact. It has been confirmed that “Brothers & Sisters” will return for a fourth season.

5 Clips From ‘Brothers and Sisters’ 3rd Season Finale

‘Brothers and Sisters’ has been given ample sneak peeks that reveal in one of them, the discovery of Tommy Walker’s whereabout.

5 Clips From 'Brothers and Sisters' 3rd Season Finale
See larger image More than a week shy of the season finale, ABC has released a bunch of “” sneak peeks, ample to lead viewers into what happen to the Walkers family at the end of the third season. Released are six clips from the episode called “Mexico” that airs May 10. In the first clip posted below, Kitty deals with her marriage to Robert by talking to Kevin. Kevin tries to resolve the problem for them but the supposed ‘therapy’ session ends up in further quarrels. In the synopsis it is written “Robert and Kitty reach a crossroads in their marriage that they may not be able to successfully navigate”. Meanwhile, the rest of the clips show Nora’s venture to Mexico where she finds Tommy. She then sets up a family gathering to meet him there. The synopsis says, “When the Walker family reaches out to Tommy, they’re devastated to find that he may be unwilling to accept their help.” It is confirmed that who plays Tommy will no longer be a regular in the show. Meanwhile, Justin makes plans for the future, with or without Rebecca and Saul makes a shocking admission about Ryan Lafferty’s mother.

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Desperate Housewives Spoilers 5.21 ‘Bargaining’

‘Desperate Housewives’ 5.21 Preview: Jackson Back With a Question

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Jackson Braddock shows up at Susan’s doorstep with a very important question, all new in ‘Desperate Housewives’ episode ‘Bargaining’.

'Desperate Housewives' 5.21 Preview: Jackson Back With a Question
See larger image Next week, Susan gets a surprising visit from Jackson who comes with a surprising request. “” May 3 episode welcomes back Gale Harold who was involved in a serious motorcycle accident back in October and had to be written off temporarily. “He has a very important question for Susan,” Harold said of his character’s motive. At the same time Katherine deceives Mike to win his heart, Jackson walks back to Susan’s life with a proposal. Meanwhile, Bree sinks to a new low to retain the best lawyer and Gaby’s vanity is put to the test when she makes a deal with daughter Juanita. Lynette and Tom negotiate sex and an unexpected visit sends Dave to do some bargaining of his own. Previously it was teased by that there could be two engagements, Katherine and Mike as well as Jackson and Susan. However, creator Marc Cherry said that there’s a chance Mike and Susan “will find their way back in each other’s universe.”

Gossip Girl Season Finale Spoilers!

This season’s final two episodes will make [Chuck and Blair fans] very happy. Source: The Ausiello Files

Episode 2.23: The Wrath of Con (fka “Lovechild”)Airdate: May 4, 2009

Blair pressures Georgina into making amends for her past bad behavior by helping her in a scheme. The rivalry between Nate and Chuck over Blair comes to a head. Lily hatches a secret plan to help Rufus with Dan’s college tuition. Blake Lively, Taylor Momsen and Jessica Szohr also star. Source: The CW

Episode 2.24: Valley Girls (Spin-off episode) Airdate: May 11, 2009

In a flashback to the 80s, 17-year-old Lily Rhodes ([guest star Britanny] Snow) gets kicked out of boarding school and runs away to Los Angeles, reconnecting with her parents, Rick ([guest star Andrew] McCarthy) and Cece (guest star Cynthia Watros, “Lost”), and sister, Carol ([guest star Krysten] Ritter). Back in present day, Blair and Nate attend prom together, but the evening doesn’t turn out exactly as planned and Chuck has a little something to do with that. Serena and Lily don’t see eye-to-eye over Serena’s recent run-in with the law. No Doubt performs in the episode as an 80s band called “Snowed Out.” Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr and Matthew Settle also star. Source: The CW

Chuck does not try and sabotage Blair’s campaign for prom queen. It’s actually just the opposite. (Michael Ausiello)

Dan and Serena end up going together, but as friends, not lovers. Source: The Ausiello Files

I know it’s not really called Lily, but is there anything new to spill on the spinoff? Actually E! News just caught up with the older version of Lily, Kelly Rutherford, and she shared an awesome-sounding bit of info on the tentatively titled show: “I just went in recently did a bit of a voice-over, like a Wonder Years kind of thing where I’m looking back on my life. I don’t know if they’ll use it, but I was able to see some of it, and it looked fantastic.” So there you have it! Gossip Girl plus Wonder Years equals amazing! Source: Kristin on E!Online

Preview of ‘Gossip Girl’ 2.24: Valley Girls

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

This would be the ‘Gossip Girl’ episode that provides a backdoor pilot for its spin-off when young Lily van der Woodsen had a run-in with the law.

Preview of 'Gossip Girl' 2.24: Valley Girls
See larger image It was way back when Lily van der Woodsen was known as her maiden name Rhodes. Next week on ““, it’s a backdoor pilot for the show’s spin-off which is tentatively titled ““. There will be a lot of flash backs to the ’80s where Lily was just a 17-year-old living in Los Angeles after being kicked out of boarding school. In the May 11 episode, young Lily tries to reconnect with her parents, Rick (Andrew McCarthy) and Cece (), and sister, Carol (). She will later leave the comfort of living a luxurious life to crash in with her sister in downtown L.A. leads the cast as Lily Rhodes. Back in present day, Blair and Nate attend prom together, but the evening doesn’t turn out exactly as planned and Chuck has a little something to do with that. Serena and Lily don’t see eye-to-eye over Serena’s recent run-in with the law.
guest star in the episode as a fictional ’80s band called Snowed Out. They will perform a cover of Adam and the Ants’ “Stand and Deliver” which No Doubt had performed on their live set at Bamboozle Festival over the weekend.

Episode 2.25: The Goodbye Gossip Girl (Season finale) Airdate: May 18, 2009

What can you tell us about the Gossip Girl finale? Chuck and Blair! What else is there to say? OK, how about that the spawn of Rufus and Lily will be played by an unknown—extrapolate from that what you will about said spawn’s future on the show. (Of course, nobody had ever heard of Jessica Szohr before G.G., and now she’s a big star with endorsement deals and everything.) Source: Kristin on E!Online

Does Serena do any damage to Gossip Girl when she tries to out her in the G.G. finale?
No, not really. Gossip Girl escapes Serena’s attack relatively unscathed—but then again, nobody effs with Kristen Bell and gets away with it. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Gossip Girl sends out a damaging email blast during St. Jude and Constance Billard’s commencement ceremony; Rufus and Lily try to repair their relationship. Source: SpoilerTV

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.25 – The Goodbye Gossip Girl – Synopsis

MONDAY, MAY 18
“GOSSIP GIRL” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“The Goodbye Gossip Girl” (TV-14, DL) (HDTV)

GRADUATION, GOSSIP GIRL DRAMA AND CLIFFHANGERS GALORE! — Gossip Girl decides to liven things up at the Constance Billard and St. Jude’s graduation by sending out a shocking and damaging email blast in the midst of the commencement ceremony, stirring Serena (Blake Lively) to come up with a plan of attack. The Mean Girls (guest stars Yin Chang, Nicole Fiscella, Amanda Setton and Dreama Walker) challenge Jenny (Taylor Momsen) to throw her hat in the ring to succeed Blair (Leighton Meester) as Queen Bee next year. Lily (Kelly Rutherford) and Rufus (Matthew Settle) struggle to repair their relationship after Lily’s betrayal. As for the cliffhangers, Blair and Chuck (Ed Westwick) finally…and Serena is shocked by…and Georgina (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg) decides to…and Dan (Penn Badgley), Nate (Chace Crawford) and Vanessa (Jessica Szohr) unknowingly….and it all happens in the series’ climactic season finale. Norman Buckley directed the episode written by Joshu! a Saffran (#225). Source: CW

The season finale revolves around the gang trying to smoke out Gossip Girl. (Michael Ausiello)

[Serena] uncovers the identity of someone connected to GG, but not GG herself. Source: The Ausiello Files

I’m hearing there will be multiple cliffhangers, one of which may include an appearance by Rufus and Lily’s presumed-dead love child. Source: The Ausiello Files

General Season Ending Spoilers

  • Chuck does not try and sabotage Blair’s campaign for prom queen. It’s actually just the opposite. (Michael Ausiello)
  • The season finale revolves around the gang trying to smoke out Gossip Girl. (Michael Ausiello)
  • I need to know if Chuck and Blair are ever going to work things out on Gossip Girl! We can promise that this year’s Gossip Girl finale is not going to be a repeat of last year’s Bluck disaster: This time around, Chuck doesn’t screw over Blair. In fact, we can promise that if you love Chuck and Blair, you will love the finale, and you will be compensated for all your pain and suffering over this past year. Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • What’s the deal with Rufus and Lily on Gossip Girl? Are they going to move in together or what? That’s all going to feel very secondary after the Gossip Girl finale, when we will meet (finally) the spawn of Rufus and Lily. Are you guys excited to meet the spawn, or does his introduction make the show too Brady Bunch-y? Source: Kristin on E!Online
  • Question: I read somewhere that the season finale of Gossip Girl includes Serena uncovering the identity of GG. Will she be successful?  Ausiello: She uncovers the identity of someone connected to GG, but not GG herself. Source: The Ausiello Files

‘Gossip Girl’ gets busy again with Chuck-Blair, Blair-Nate, Nate-Jenny, Blair-Dan?!

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A little “GG” Q&A, answers courtesy of exec producer Stephanie Savage

Have the “Gossip Girl” producers read all the “Gossip Girl” books? I’m curious to know how familiar they are with them. -Kris
Savage told me they read most of the books. And they got familiar with the stories in the ones they skipped by studying summaries. As fans of both the books and the show already know though, the producers are on their own path: “A lot of the stories we’re telling are not in the books whatsoever — the whole Chuck and Blair romance [for example] — so there’s not a lot of material we can draw on. [The show] has to grow and expand and be its own thing.”

Everyone’s all about Chuck-Blair/Blair-Nate blah blah blah. What about Jenny and Nate? I thought they were great together. Will we ever see them reunited?
Sounds like it. Just not anytime soon. Said Savage, “Nate and Jenny is actually a really big story in the books and we sort of dipped our toe into that pool a few times. As the characters get older and start to feel the same age, that is definitely material I think we can revisit.”

There’s no way all the “Gossip Girl” kids would end up staying in NYC after high school graduation. Please tell me that’s not going to happen.
I read this question to Stephanie and she responded by saying, “Well, New York is a pretty big city.” Personally, I think they should let Dan go off to Yale. We can see him every now and then when he comes home to visit or when Jenny goes down to Connecticut for college debauchery weekends with big brother… but somehow I doubt that’ll happen. Still, Savage ensures there will for sure be changes: “It really is kind of a major — and I think very exciting — reconfiguration of the show, to leave high school behind and to allow all of our characters to reinvent themselves outside of that construct. They’ll [discover] what it means to kind of be a part of the bigger world, so you can expect to see new couples, new family configurations, people living in different places than you last saw them. We’re having a lot of fun thinking about that… keep everything that everyone loves [about “Gossip Girl”], but also really kind of move everyone forward as well.”

Is Vanessa going to school next year? Will she continue her education?
Savage said we’ll have to wait and see, but she also said, don’t forget, Vanessa took her SATs.

Any more major “Gossip Girl” deaths I should expect?
Nah. Stephanie doesn’t see that happening. “I think we have a pretty tight cast and I think we would only be interested in adding, not subtracting.”

More Dorota please.
Not to worry, Savage said they knew Dorota was a super star straight away and will continue writing for her. Were you aware that the actress who plays her, Zuzanna Szadkowski, actually speaks Polish, so the producers decide what they want Dorota to say and then rely on Zuzanna to translate it for her character’s lines?

On “Gossip Girl” I need to know, will Dan and Blair ever be romantically involved?
The producers aren’t opposed to it. When I questioned Stephanie about a Dan-Blair pairing, she said, “There are only so many characters on our show, so everyone needs to be open to being with everyone at some point.”

Vicki in Las Vegas: Gossip Girl!
Serena did not really get married, this is a bit of an off week for Blair (she’s in a funk because of her love problemos) and Chuck apologizes to Jenny for that time he tried to get up on her in the pilot (back when Gossip Girl still showed depraved indifference to everything, before it turned into a modern comedy-of-manners masterpiece), but let’s talk about the most important thing: Dorota-sodes are coming! Source: Kristin on E!Online

5/4 New ‘The Wrath of Con’

Blair pressures Georgina into making amends for her past bad behavior by helping her in a scheme. The rivalry between Nate and Chuck over Blair comes to a head. Lily hatches a secret plan to help Rufus with Dan’s college tuition.

Gossip Girl – New Promotional Photos

Episode 2.23 – The Wrath of Con

Episode 2.24 – Valley Girls

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‘Gossip Girl’ 2.23 Preview: The Wrath of Con

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Georgina quotes a Carrie Underwood song, Poppy Lifton plays her game and Chuck versus Nate, all new in ‘Gossip Girl’.

'Gossip Girl' 2.23 Preview: The Wrath of Con
See larger image Georgina makes amends of her past bad behavior and Blair pressures her into it by helping her in a scheme. Also in the May 4 episode of ““, Chuck’s rivalry with Nate over Blair escalates and comes to a head. Meanwhile, Lily hatches a secret plan to help Rufus with Dan’s college tuition. It was reported last month that in this episode, which is called “The Wrath of Con”, the love child of Lily and Rufus will show up to create “havoc” in their reunion. On another news, New York Post has acquired the first look of in “Gossip Girl” May 11 episode. The reunited band will pose as a fiction band called Snowed Out in a flash back scene, singing the cover version of Adam and the Ants’ “Stand and Deliver”.

Clip From ‘Gossip Girl’ 2.23: Nate Warning Chuck

The feud between Nate and Chuck reaches a head level when Nate warns Chuck not to screw it up with Blair for he wants her, all new in ‘Gossip Girl’ episode ‘The Wrath of Con’.

Clip From 'Gossip Girl' 2.23: Nate Warning Chuck
See larger image A scene from the upcoming “” episode is clipped for a sneak peek. It shows Nate and Chuck coming out of a car together and discussing their rivalry over Blair. Nate is pissed that Chuck is going her way again, while he had a shot the last time and blew it. This was all because, Nate wants Blair bad. The episode is called “The Wrath of Con” and airs May 4. On another story, Blair pressures Georgina into making amends for her past bad behavior by helping her in a scheme. Lily hatches a secret plan to help Rufus with Dan’s college tuition. Meanwhile, , the voice of Gossip Girl in the series has begged to creator Josh Schwartz to be allowed appearing in front of the camera. She said, “I’ve pitched Josh Schwartz a couple of times for me to be on camera as a waitress or something but he wasn’t buying it. But hopefully he’ll change his mind in the future!”

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.24 – Valley Girls – Synopsis

MONDAY, MAY 11
“GOSSIP GIRL” (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Valley Girls” (TV-14, L) (HDTV)

EPISODE FEATURES GUEST STARS BRITTANY SNOW (“AMERICAN DREAMS”), KRYSTEN RITTER (“CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLIC”), 80S ICON ANDREW MCCARTHY, MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG (“17 AGAIN”) AND A PERFORMANCE BY NO DOUBT In a flashback to the 80s, 17-year-old Lily Rhodes (Snow) gets kicked out of boarding school and runs away to Los Angeles, reconnecting with her parents, Rick (McCarthy) and Cece (guest star Cynthia Watros, “Lost”), and sister, Carol (Ritter). Back in present day, Blair (Leighton Meester) and Nate (Chace Crawford) attend prom together, but the evening doesn’t turn out exactly as planned and Chuck (Ed Westwick) has a little something to do with that. Serena (Blake Lively) and Lily (Kelly Rutherford) don’t see eye-to-eye over Serena’s recent run-in with the law. No Doubt performs in the episode as an 80s band called “Snowed Out.” Penn Badgley, Taylor Momsen, Jessica Szohr and Matthew Settle also star. Marc Piznarski directed the episode written by Josh Schwartz & Stephanie Savage (#224). Source: CW

Gossip Girl – Episode 2.24 – Valley Girls – Snippet

Lily remembers getting kicked out of boarding school when she was 17; Nate and Blair’s evening at the prom does not go as planned; Lily and Serena clash.  Source: SpoilerTV

Question: I need Gossip Girl scoop, preferably about the prom.
Ausiello:
Revenge-seeking Chuck, furious at Blair for attending the big ball with Nate, hatches a plan to make Nelly Yuki prom queen. Meanwhile, Dan and Serena end up going together, but as friends, not lovers. Source: The Ausiello Files

Petra in Austin, Texas: What’s the buzz on the Gossip Girl spinoff pilot? Apparently “Lily” [sic] is not a full pilot. Rather, the ’80s flashbacks are half of a Gossip Girl episode (tied into Serena’s storyline), so it’s hard to judge the series as a whole, but from what insiders have seen so far, it looks good, and Krysten Ritter and Brittany Snow in particular are supposed to be awesome. Yay! Source: Kristin on E!Online

First Look: ‘Gossip Girl’ spinoff’s Brittany Snow as totally ’80s Lily

We already know that Brittany Snow will play the younger version of Kelly Rutherford‘s Lily in the “Gossip Girl” spinoff set back in the 1980s, but now you can see her in all her over-mascara’d, totally ’80s glory. As you can see from this poster obtained by Spoiler TV, Snow as Lily has run into a bit of trouble in a flashback for the May 11th “Gossip Girl” episode, “Valley Girls,” which will act as a backdoor pilot to the spinoff.

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And yeah … it looks like Serena got her wild child ways from her mother!

Have you seen the new pics? There are a few below, but be sure to peep our shiny gallery to see all the “Gossip Girl” spin off photos.

I mean, this I’m excited about. All bright and 80s with Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage‘s witty sensibility mixed in? It’s a winning formula, I can feel it.

If I’m wrong, you can point fingers and make fun of me…

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Britney Snow, Cynthia Watros and Andrew McCarthy as Lily and her parents…

‘Heroes’ Season Finale Episode Recap 3.25 “An Invisible Thread” and Season 4 Preview

3465121_25290aa8-6350-4880-bfdc-83759c6b6eb0-hrg-danko.jpgTonight on the Heroes Season Finale: A Season One regular will die, Nathan and Sylar will face off, and Hiro and Ando will try to take down Building 26. And a whole lot more!

Read on for the full account of the end of Heroes Volume 4, “Fugitives,” plus the teaser for Volume 5, “Redemption.”

We open on Matt Parkman, who is traveling back toward Washington D.C. to help Hiro and Ando take down Danko’s gang of hero hunters.

Outside Arlington, HRG, Claire and Angela pass construction workers who are actually a cover for waiting agents ahead. Angela wakes up in the back seat from a dream about Nathan. “He’s… in trouble.” She says. HRG realizes that they’ve just passed through a trap. He stops the car and tells Claire and Angela to run 2 miles into the city while he buys them time. He gives Claire a cell phone and tells them to get to Nathan. He tells Claire he loves her, and the women leave as he drives toward the roadblock. He’s stopped by officers, and armed agents surround the vehicle.

In Nathan’s office (with an unconscious Nathan), we see again how Danko stabs Sylar in the base of the skull, but he gets up and takes out the knife. He looks at Danko. “That hurt. Shape shifting. Yo’ve got to love it, right? The changes just don’t happen on the outside. His off-switch… he moved it. He slams Danko against the wall. Sylar says he has plans for Danko, his agents, and Nathan, whom he says he will kill later. After he absorbs all of Nathan’s memories, thanks to the power of clairsentience that Angela gifted him. Sylar plans to become Nathan, attend the President’s speech at a hotel tomorrow, and meet with the President after. Just to shake his hand. Soon he will be the most powerful man in the world. Danko tells Sylar to kill him now, but Sylar says he doesn’t need to kill him, because soon no one will believe a word he says. Sylar shifts into Danko, picks up his gun and opens the door, leaving Danko paralyzed against the wall. He stands in the doorway and fires shots at Danko’s agents running in to help. He goes back inside, releases the real Danko, and shifts into Agent Taub. Taub yells, “I got him! He’s in here!” and holds Danko at gunpoint. “You son of a bitch,” Danko says.

Angela and Claire arrive in D.C. and Claire worries about HRG getting caught. Angela reminds her that parents will go to extreme lengths to protect their children. Angela tells Claire they need to split. Claire will go find Nathan, and Angela needs to find Matt Parkman. In her dream, Parkman saves Nathan’s life. Claire asks why Angela can’t just tell Nathan how to avoid danger, and Angela says she can’t change what she dreams, but she can help push its outcome. The women part ways, and Angela says she will find Claire soon.

Sylar puts on his Senator suit in front of a mirror. He’s dragged Nathan into the bathroom with him, and begins kicking and slapping him to wake up. He needs Nathan to be awake in order to get his memories. He can’t wake him up, and decides he has enough memories from all of Nathan’s possessions lying around his office, including differing stories about his academic career–“Politicians,” Sylar shakes his head. With his back turned, Petrelli’s secretary comes in and says his daughter is here to see him. Sylar turns around as Nathan and tells her to send her in.

Sylar (as Nathan) greets Claire, and she asks if he found Sylar. He says yes, but he got away, and is going to the hotel to meet the President in an hour. He will intercept the President first and intercept him, and blow the lid off it all if he has to. Claire asks how she knows this is Nathan and not Sylar. He says, “I’m me.” He touches her necklace. “We spent a lot of time together,” and mentions Mexico. She says sorry. He tells her to stay there while he cleans up this mess, and she asks to come along. She wants to help stop Sylar and make a difference. He tells her to come along. He says if things go south, he wants her right by his side. They walk out together.

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Beginning of Volume Five: “Redemption.”

Cut to Three Months Later:

Kent Harper, a former Building 26 agent, comes home at night and sees his apartment is flooding from a clogged sink. He steps into the water and walks through his kitchen, confused. The water collects in a large puddle, and rises up into a human form–Tracy. She looks at him, raises her hand and says, “You’re number four.”

Cut to Nathan, looking at a newspaper in his office with the headline: “Fourth mysterious drowning baffles authorities.” He slams down the paper and appears to think. Angela walks in and says, “I haven’t heard from you in weeks. I was beginning to worry.”

He gets up and greets her, still sullen. “Sorry, I haven’t felt like myself lately.” She hugs him and reassures him that it’s a great time for him. The world is his oyster. The famiy is back together. He gives a distracted, weak smile, and she asks if he can hear her.

He walks away to his cabinet, and looks at a clock. He grabs the clock and says, “It’s just this clock. It’s running a minute and a half fast.” He fixes it and closes the case.

“So. Lunch?”

Angela stands in horror, looking at the clock.

To be continued…

One Tree Hill: Episode Recap 6.21 “A Kiss to Build a Dream On”

Previously on One Tree Hill: Victoria Davis returned acting suspiciously nice, Mouth and Millie returned to a life of monotonous monogamy, Skills returned to the dating pool with his eyes set on Jamie’s teacher Miss Lauren, and Peyton returned home from the hospital safe and sound. But more importantly, Nick Lachey comes to Tree Hill!  Peyton’s hormones are in overdrive, making her absolutely insane on bed rest.  Brooke is also being driven crazy by her mother Victoria’s newfound niceness towards Sam.  Crazy women come in threes, because Haley is also a bit frazzled upon learning that the music label is interesting in buying one of her songs for another artist.

Victoria’s manipulation is in full effect as she compliments her daughter, threatens vendors and shreds a letter Sam received in the mail.  Against Brooke’s advice, Sam and Victoria bond over their mutual honesty.  Victoria defends Mia’s shoplifting past while Sam asks point blank why Victoria is such a bitch.  It’s not quite as great a pair as Sam and Julian, but it’s close.

Brooke finds the half-shredded letter, which is from Sam’s birth mother wanting to reconnect.  Victoria did it to protect Sam and keep her with them, but Brooke is angry.  She takes the letter to Sam, but Sam doesn’t want the letter.  Sam is one tough cookie and is still angry that her birth mother gave up on her.  In order to get over her anger, Sam agrees to go back to the coffee shop and finally confronts her real mother.

While fixing up the Comet, Lucas finds ticket stubs to the Cure concert he and Peyton went to after graduation while Brooke was busy giving Chase the best 60 seconds of his life.  The flashbacks continue as Peyton reveals she was the one who sent Lucas’ book to publishers in New York City.

Flashback world also features the two stopping at a diner for lunch.  Lucas fakes a dine and dash as a joke for Peyton, but in the process he drops his ticket on the ground.  So the two don’t make it into the concert, but they spend their last night together snuggling on the hood of the Comet talking about all the babies they plan to make together….READ FULL RECAP

Gossip Girl Episode Recap 2.21: “Southern Gentlemen Prefer Blondes”

Tonight on Gossip Girl, we open on Blair and Nate walking around in the Village, talking about Blair’s mixed feelings about attending NYU.  She’s worried about ironic facial hair, mole men, middle-class professionals, and patchouli, which are the four majors available at NYU, so she’s in trouble. Nate wants to show her around to all the great Village pizza places and pot dealers, and then proposes they try out the subway, which will be the quickest way for them to see each other next year, but she resists.

Rufus, Jenny and Dan are shopping around for a trunk for Dan to take to Yale. Rufus tells the kids that selling the gallery will give him enough money to pay for college for Dan and Jenny and get some “breathing room” to figure out what to do next. Rufus spots an antique ring in a case, and Dan notices, but he says he is “just looking.” Rufus answers his phone and walks away, and Dan shows Jenny the ring. (As if Lily would wear an old dusty bauble from a Brooklyn antique shop.)

Blair goes to Serena and they lightheartedly talk about Chuck vs. Nate (“It’s not a real relationship if you can’t hold hands,” Blair says.) and then the convo moves to Gabriel. Serena complains that Gabriel never has time for her because of his new company, then she admits that they kinda sorta got married in Spain. Blair says his disappearing act sounds fishy, and proposes they spy on him, code names and all. But since Serena hates fun trusts Gabriel, she refuses.

Nate and Chuck are playing basketball, so naturally Chuck is wearing a full velour tracksuit over a polo and ascot. Nate says he feels weird talking to Chuck about Blair, but Chuck insists that they’re friends and Nate has no reason to worry about him getting in the way of his relationship. Nate admits he is worried about being all the way across the city from Blair next year. The distance between Columbia and NYU basically makes them a long-distance couple. What to do? Nothing a little trust fund can’t fix….READ FULL RECAP

New Ghost Whisperer Spoilers: Season Finale Spoilers – Jim & Melinda New Wedding Photos! Promos!

Episode 4.20: Stage Fright Airdate: April 24, 2009

“On Ghost Whisperer, I play a director of a soap opera, and I’m being haunted,” Kellie [Martin] tells. Source: Kristin on E!Online A soap opera “remote” shoot descends on Grandview, turning the town upside down and Melinda unearths a story as soapy as the show it’s disrupting. Also, a miraculous turn in Melinda’s life changes everything for her and Jim. Guest star: Cally O’Keefe: Kellie Martin, Duff Faraday: Patrick Breen, Grant Harper (Dr. Troy Holdon): Thad Luckingbill, Suzanne Zale (Celeste Barrington): Lesli Kay, Miles Maitland: Johnny Pacar, Janet: Ursula Burton, Brook Dennis: Amelia Heinle, Uniformed Cop: Teddy Lane Jr., Sound Guy: David Carpenter, PA: Kevin Covias, Camera Grip: Jeremy Roberts, Doctor: Fay Hauser.Source: CBS

Ghost Whisperer Stage Fight Promo

James Van Praagh Video Blog: Episode 420: Stage Fright

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Episode 4.21: Cursed Airdate: May 1, 2009

Melinda grows fond of a girl’s dollhouse that appears to be full of ghosts in need. Guest stars: Sam Lucas: Kenneth Mitchell, Drew Stanton: DracyRose Byrnes, Emma Silber: Michelle Page, Waitress: Puja Mohindra, Lucy Stanton: Bellamy Young, Mother Ghost (AKA Holly Silber): Mary Chris Wall, Father Ghost (AKA Jeffrey Silber): J.C. Mackenzie, Zoe: Jaclyn Desantis, Boy Ghost (AKA Jason Silber): Eyad Kurd-Misto. Source: CBS

Episode 4.22: Endless Love Airdate: May 8, 2009

Melinda prepares for her wedding and helps a girl who believes she is being lured by vampires. Guest cast: Sam Lucas: Kenneth Mitchell, Serena Westen: Alexa Vega, Jenn Westen: Gail O’Grady, Dale Westen: Erich Anderson, Andrew Carlin: Jake Thomas, Jonathan: Andrew James, Locksmith: Frank Crim, Zoe: Jaclyn Desantis, Waitress: Becky Wu. Source: CBS

Eli’s ex-girfriend Zoe seems to be a ghost, which she wasn’t a few episodes ago. This could be the death of someone close to one of the 4 main characters.

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Episode 4.23: Book of Changes (Season finale) Airdate: May 15, 2009

Wedding bells ring for Melinda and Jim. Source: CBS

Melinda worries for her unborn child when she experiences a visit from a ghost. Guest cast: Gordon Bradey: Graham McTavish, Zoe: Jaclyn Desantis, Jeremy Bishop: Jason Brooks, Carl The Watcher: David Clennon, Faceless Child: Hailey Sole, Thief: Timothy Lee Depriest, Josh Bedford: Bruce Davison, Nurse: Wendy Washington, Det. Sam Blair: Ion Overman, Minister: Alfonso Freeman. Source: CBS

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Private Practice Episode 2.21 Recap!

We’re reeling like an uncontrollable crush on a married guy towards next week’s season finale of “Private Practice“. Everyone is trying to figure out what, and who, they want. Addison and Noah are still dancing around each other, Violet is getting bigger and bigger and the baby daddies are swarming, Sam and Naomi keep prolonging their inevitable reunion, and Dell… well, Dell is surly….READ FULL RECAP

Grey’s Anatomy Episode Recap: 5.20 “Sweet Surrender”

Ellen Pompeo - Grey's Anatomy It’s been a while since the last new episode of Grey’s Anatomy, so here are the things you should remember: Derek and Meredith got engaged, Izzie is dying of cancer, Hunt and Cristina broke up because he almost choked her to death in a PTSD-induced nightmare, and Callie and Arizona are officially a couple.

Tonight’s Grey’s Anatomy begins with Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) examining her shiny new engagement ring in bed next to Derek (Patrick Dempsey) who is still asleep. When he wakes up, she tells him that she’s not really a ring person, so she doesn’t want to wear the ring. She’s also not a poufy white dress kind of bride. She and Derek joke together that they’ll get married in scrubs with a bouquet of scalpels and clamps. They walk out into the living room where Lexie (Chyler Leigh) and Mark (Eric Dane) are making. The air immediately gets frosty because Derek and Mark are still on the outs.

In the hospital, Izzie (Katherine Heigl) is recovering from her successful brain surgery (with a full head of hair, no less) by poring over bridal magazine. Also, Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) kiss on the stairs, in full view of the hospital staff, so obviously their relationship is going well. Bailey (Chandra Wilson) has the day off, but she is at the hospital because she wants to watch Arizona perform a certain surgical procedure. Arizona starts to tell her about her relationship, but Bailey’s all, “Don’t do that thing where you tell me about yourself.” Their conversation shifts, and Arizona susses out that Bailey hasn’t yet told her husband that she wants to do a peds fellowship.

Izzie is pacing in her room back and forth, talking to purveyors of bridal stuff on her Bluetooth, capitalizing on her cancer to get them to deliver the dresses. Dr. Swender, in about the two seconds that she appears in this episode, is worried that Izzie should be conserving her strength because after her chemo treatment today, she’s really going to want to die….READ FULL RECAP

Smallville Episode Recap 8.19 “Stiletto”

smallstilleto.jpgPreviously on Smallville: Chloe agreed to help Davis work on his homicidal tendencies because she’s just that nice (and stupid).  Clark tried denying that he’s a super-powered alien to Tess Mercer, but she’s way too smart for that.

Lois Lane is turned away from a fancy journalism gala, making her seem overly desperate.  She complains to Chloe about how she can’t get an interview with the Red Blue Blur, or even the lesser superhero the Green Arrow.  How can Tess Mercer figure out all these secret identitites, but Lois, who has been close to both Clark and Oliver, can’t?

A mugger attacks Chloe and knocks her out, but Lois arrives to kick some bad guy butt.  Even in five-inch heels, she still knocks down two grown men without breaking a sweat.  One gets away in Chloe’s car, but she steps on the other’s neck with her heel and gets an idea, so she lets him know that there’s a new superheroine in town – Stiletto.

Chloe wakes up in the hospital, eager to get out and back to Davis in the basement.  Unfortunately, her laptop, complete with all her Justice League notes, was in the car.  Lois is nowhere to be seen as she’s busy writing up a news story about Metropolis’ newest hero, Stiletto….READ FULL RECAP

Supernatural Episode Recap: 4.19 “Jump the Shark”

Jared Padalecki, SupernaturalTHEN: Lilith returned to Supernaturalall grown up and wanting to have sex with Sam as part of a deal to stop breaking the Seals.  That didn’t happen, but we did find out that a prophet named Chuck has seen the future, and it’s not so good.

NOW: A woman is terrified in her house so she locks herself in her bedroom.  Too bad for her the monster is under the bed and it drags her down.  While being taken, she knocks over a picture frame.  A picture frame containing a photo of…John Winchester!

Elsewhere, Sam and Dean wake up from a night of sleeping in the Impala, and you’ll be happy to know Sam is dedicated to dental hygiene, brushing his teeth on the side of the road.  A call comes in on one of John Winchester’s old phones, and Dean answers it, telling the kid on the other end that John has been dead for two years.  The kid says he’s John Winchester’s son…READ FULL RECAP

24 Season Finale Spoilers!

24 (May 18, Fox)
What do you do on a typical day from 6 to 8 am? Because Jack Bauer is spending those two morning hours wrapping up his latest day from hell. Will Jack, who has taken an especially hard licking — addled by a lethal pathogen and what not — keep on ticking? And who else from this season will survive another harrowing 120 minutes and partake in the Fox series’ next “day” to be set in New York City? Tune in and keep your eyes on the clock. Source: TV Guide Online

Season 7 Finale Preview of ’24’: Kim Held Hostage

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News

Fox will close the seventh season of ’24’ with two-hour event full of terror and action that had Jack Bauer pleading for death in peace.

Season 7 Finale Preview of '24': Kim Held Hostage
See larger image The clock has returned after a full spin, “” will end the seventh season on Monday, May 18 with a two-hour finale. “Day 7: 6:00 AM-7:00 AM” and “Day 7: 7:00 AM-8:00 AM” 2-hour season finale episode airs on FOX starting 8/7c. After 22 hellacious hours underscored by the loss of innocent lives, the evil betrayal of Tony Almeida, the First Gentleman’s kidnapping and shooting, a vicious siege on the White House, heroic sacrifices, a conspiracy, exposure to a lethal pathogen and an unthinkable bio-weapon attack, Jack Bauer reaches an emotional breaking point as this remarkable day reaches its climactic conclusion. “24” has been ordered for an eight season and casting calls have been conducted. One particular important character which will be introduced next season is a 4-year-old girl named Teri who is described as Kim Bauer’s daughter.

Question: Tell me something about the 24 finale. I’m dying to hear anything! Ausiello: Can’t help you with the finale. Can help you with Monday’s penultimate ep, which finds Jack Bauer going all Jack Bauer on Tony. It’s a brutal scene, so if extreme violence isn’t your thing, run for cover right around the halfway point. Just make sure you come back in time to catch Chloe and Janis’ hilarious sneer-off. Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: 24 scoop, please? Ausiello: I actually do have something about the finale: Kim will play a major part in it. And you’ll find out why next week. Source: The Ausiello Files

Chloe is back next week. After being hit by the news of Bill’s death and getting updated on the terrorist’s next plans, she will have some hard and fast personal decisions to make. (TV Guide)

3:00 AM-4:00 AM – Airing April 27, 2009
The nation remains vulnerable as Starkwood mastermind Jonas Hodges (guest star Jon Voight) remains at the epicenter of the mounting terrorist threat. Meanwhile, the FBI and the administration scramble to provide security and justice, and Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) questions a key suspect. (Fox)

4:00 AM-5:00 AM – Airing May 4, 2009
While lives remain on the line, some are lost, and an emotional Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) copes with the declining conditions. With only three hours left, the devastating day worsens when the politicking inside the White House corners the divided administration. (Fox)

5:00 AM-6:00 AM – Airing May 11, 2009
With the countdown on and innocent lives still targeted, Jack handles the situation and his imperiled daughter, Kim (guest star Elisha Cuthbert), gets involved. Meanwhile, the imminent threat stokes the heated rivalry between Chloe O’Brian and Janis Gold (Janeane Garofalo). (Fox)

6:00 AM-7:00 AM / 7:00 AM-8:00 AM Season Finale – Airing May 18, 2009
After 22 hellacious hours underscored by the loss of innocent lives, the evil betrayal of colleagues, the First Gentleman’s kidnapping and shooting, a vicious siege on the White House, heroic sacrifices, a conspiracy, exposure to a lethal pathogen and an unthinkable bio-weapon attack, Jack reaches an emotional tipping point as the remarkable day ticks toward its climactic conclusion. (Fox)

Question: News on Tony and the 24 finale? Ausiello: Speaking of Tony, the evil douche was the topic of conversation at Tuesday’s finale screening in Hollywood. Kiefer Sutherland admitted that Carlos Bernard wasn’t expecting fans to hold him personally accountable for his character’s actions. “Two episodes in he started getting hate mail,” he said. “Then he started getting the hate phone calls. It made him a little nervous.” For his part, Bernard views Tony as a victim. “I don’t perceive Tony as evil. He’s gone through really traumatic events. He’s a damaged individual. He’s a guy who doesn’t trust anybody anymore, feels abandoned and feels he has to take matters into his own hands.” Exec producer Jon Cassar urges viewers to reserve judgment until after Monday’s finale. “I know right now they are kind of upset that he’s bad, but it all kind of becomes clear in episode 24. We really wanted [the season] to end with Tony and Jack, and that’s how it’s going to end.” Fellow e.p. Howard Gordon was slightly less apologetic. “If people are disappointed or don’t like [how Tony’s arc is resolved], too bad.” (Make that a lot less apologetic.) Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Do you know if Janeane Garofalo will be back on 24 next season? I’m kind of digging Janis. Ausiello: Sorry to disappoint, but Janis will not be making the trek to New York. “I think the secret of this show is knowing when characters have had their story,” explains exec producer Howard Gordon. “And to transpose everybody [from D.C. to New York] starts feeling very coincidental. Even getting Chloe there … you have to explain how she got from Washington to New York and what happened. You can’t do that for everybody.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Any scoop on the 24 finale? Ausiello: “Renee is all over the place in these last two episodes,” reveals Annie Wersching. “I got to do my favorite stunt [of the season] — and they let me do it myself. It involves hanging off of a car and shooting and saving someone. It was really cool.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Bones Season Finale Spoilers!

Episode 4.26: The End in the Beginning (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

Everyone is a suspect when a body is found murdered at a popular nightclub known as “The Lab.” In an unusual twist of storytelling, Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team take on various roles outside their normal duties, including serving as the nightclub staff as well as local law enforcement. A slew of special guest stars, including Max Keenan, Jared Booth and the members of Motley Crew, pay a visit. Guest Cast: Motley Crew (Mick Mars as Mick Mars; Nikki Sixx as Nikki Sixx; Tommy Lee as Tommy Lee; Vince Neil as Vince Neil); Ryan O’Neal as Max Keenan; Brendan Fehr as Jared Booth; Eric Millegan as Zack Addy; Patricia Belcher as Caroline Julian; Carla Gallo as Daisy Wick; Michael Grant Terry as Wendell Bray; Joel David Moore as Colin Fisher; Ryan Cartwright as Vincent Nigel-Murray; Eugene Byrd as Clark Edison; Pej Vahdat as Arastoo Vaziri; Sean Blakemore as Grayson Barasa. Source: FOX

I need news about Booth and Brennan hookup on Bones this Thursday! Yes, the Booth and Brennan hookup is baby-making sex, but it’s not just a clinical, uh, insemination. (Are we allowed to say insemination on the Internet?) From what we’ve seen, there’s a lot of romance and sensuality involved in the long-awaited consummation of Booth and Brennan’s relationship. Whee! Source: Kristin on E!Online

Bones Season Four Finale Pics, Season Five Preview

On May 14, Bones concludes its fourth season with an episode titled “The End in the Beginning” and a seminal scene in the show’s history: Brennan and Booth… in bed! While we haven’t uncovered any photos of the naked characters, post-coital, we have found a few spoiler pics from the season finale. To wit:

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Meanwhile, star Emily Deschanel recently spoke on how the season finale will affect things heading into season five. “I’ve heard many little things about Season 5. You know they’re just beginning to write that now so you know I know less than what they know and they don’t know very much. So I know kind of because it ends with a kind of cliffhangerish thing,” Deschanel said, adding: “I know a little bit what happens after that but it’s hard for me to talk about it without people having seen the episode. But definitely Booth and Brennan will have a new dynamic the beginning of Season 5. As you would imagine since we end up, we’re in bed together in the end of Season 4 but it will, we will have a whole new dynamic the beginning of Season 5. Our relationship will change.”

Source: TV Fanatic

“Bones”: Are Booth & Brennan really having the sex? Ain’t so sure

Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

“Bones” fans were delighted earlier this year when it was revealed that — after four years of the will-they-won’t-they dance — Booth and Brennan will hit the sheets in the season finale. The powers that be have been very clear that the Brennan/Booth sex isn’t a dream sequence or a hallucination (as Booth is experiencing in tonight’s ep). But as information has been leaking out about the final episodes of the season, you have to wonder if they might be planning some other kind of weird move. When I talked with creator Hart Hanson back in May of ’08, he mentioned that he was hoping to do an alternate reality episode… an episode where we would be seeing fan favorites return and also get a glimpse of Booth and Brennan leading a more couple-y life together.  Well, the season finale, “The End in the Beginning” is being called  “an episode with a twist” and it finds “Bones”‘ dynamic duo as owners of a club called “The Lab.” Um, pretty safe to say that ain’t happening in Kansas, Toto. That’s definitely not the world “Bones” viewers have come to know and love… not to mention that there will be a bunch of returning characters in the hour — including Zack, Jared, and Max — which has me further convinced that this could be the alternate reality episode Hart Hanson told me about. So now, the million-dollar question is whether the Booth-Brennan sex happens before the weirdness starts or if it takes place in the alternate reality. I’m really starting to think it’s the latter. Considering that spoilerphiles know Booth is having some major surgery this evening, one has to wonder if this much buzzed about hookup will actually end up being an anesthesia-induced, alternate reality copout. If that ends up being the case, will you cry? Or be cool with it?
-Reporting by Marisa Roffman

Question: Thanks for the Emily Deschanel Q&A. Now tell us what she said about the triangle with Booth’s bro! Ausiello: The events of the season finale will further complicate the triangle, she told me. “Booth’s suspicion of his brother and his inability to fully trust his brother [is heightened]. It will give us some different dynamics to play next season.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Emily said the sex between Booth and Brennan isn’t going to be a dream. What about a hallucination? Ausiello: She also confirmed that it is not a hallucination. I suspect it’ll be something in between the two. A dreamination, if you will. Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Can you ask Emily Deschanel if, before joining Bones, she had read the books by Kathy Reichs? Ausiello: Sorry, got your question too late. Can I interest you in this answer she gave me about the show traveling overseas again next season? “We’re not traveling at the beginning of the season, but we may go away at the end of the season or the beginning of the next. The intention is to travel again. But the way the next season is going to begin it wouldn’t make sense.” Hmm … the way next season is going to begin? There’s a clue in there somewhere.  Source: The Ausiello Files

Emily Deschanel on Booth-Brennan sex: It won’t break ‘Bones’

Bonessex_lEmily Deschanel admits she finds all the hype surrounding Booth and Brennan’s hookup on Bones next Thursday a little mystifying. “It’s only a few minutes on camera,” she says, “so it feels weird to talk about it so much.” I couldn’t agree more. And to prove it, I’m not going to ask Deschanel… wait a second, did she say a few minutes?! Let’s dish, sister friend!

A lot has been made about what affect the sex will have on Booth and Brennan, but I’m curious what the whole experience has been like for you and David.
EMILY DESCHANEL:
It probably strengthened our friendship, even though this kind of thing can probably ruin a friendship. Honestly, he was such a sweet guy. He was more supportive and concerned for me before we started filming than I would be. He had meetings about it. He’s like, “I don’t want anyone around.” He practically kicked out everyone — even the people who had to be there filming! And it’s a fairly tame scene. He was so protective of me; it was very sweet, actually. He wanted to make sure I felt comfortable. Of course, he also made jokes.

It must have been awkward.
DESCHANEL:
It was awkward, but we were prepared for it. I laughed really hard during our kissing scene last season; it’s just really weird to kiss your co-star. I laughed this time in rehearsal, but I was really proud of myself for not laughing when we actually shot it. And honestly, it is a job. There were technical things we had to worry about.

How drastically will the sex alter the Booth-Brennan relationship?
DESCHANEL:
It definitely changes the dynamic between the characters. But it’s done in a very clever way. [Series creator] Hart Hanson wrote the episode in a way that gets these two characters together — which a lot of the audience was waiting for — but doesn’t dissipate the sexual tension between them and, therefore, ruin the show.

Can you say whether Booth’s medical issues are a factor?
DESCHANEL:
Let’s just say there’s definitely a twist. It’s not a dream, but there are twists. And there are [other] twists at the end of the episode that will be shocking as well.

Does the finale end with a cliffhanger?
DESCHANEL:
A little bit, yeah. It’s not a matter of life or death, but it’s kind of huge. There’s a cliffhanger and it has to do with Booth and Brennan relationship. It puts their relationship in jeopardy.

Is anyone leaving the show?
DESCHANEL:
Not anyone that people love.

Booth and Bones are getting together in the Bones season finale, airing May 14 on Fox! According to Emily Deschanel, “It should be surprising and good. The way it happens is surprising…I’m glad we waited this long. I think Hart [Hanson] wanted to find a clever way to put them together that wouldn’t forever taint everything on the show, and I think he figured a very clever way to do it.” (Watch With Kristin)

Fox has confirmed that Motley Crue will guest star on the May 14 season finale of Bones, performing “Dr. Feelgood.” This sounds like one of Booth’s hallucinations to me, but maybe not. A corpse is found at the popular nightclub, The Lab, where the Crüe plays, and the team investigates with “Booth and Brennan working together like never seen before.” Source: Entertainment Weekly

In the season finale episode, a body is found murdered at “The Lab,” a popular nightclub, and everyone is a suspect. In an unusual twist of storytelling, Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team take on various roles outside their normal duties, including serving as the nightclub staff as well as local law enforcement. Motley Crew, Ryan O’Neal, Brendan Fehr and Eric Millegan guest-star. Source: FOX

When Booth’s brother resurfaces this week, his feelings for Brennan haven’t really died, so a bit of a love triangle happens and it likely lasts into next season. (TV Guide)

Episode 4.25: The Critic in the Cabernet Airdate: May 7, 2009

The team is on the case when human remains are found inside a barrel of wine during a wine tasting. When the victim turns out to be a wine critic whose scathing reviews were capable of sending a vineyard to its ruin, everyone from the winery’s owner to the victim’s own wife becomes a suspect. Meanwhile, Brennan decides she wants to have a baby and surprises Booth with the request to father her child. The unexpected request dredges up a host of unspoken feelings and unresolved issues between the two of them, and Booth becomes consumed by the prospect of having another child. The stress of the situation, coupled with Booth’s undiagnosed health issue, paves the way for a surprise visit from Stewie Griffin (guest voice Seth MacFarlane), Family Guy‘s diabolically clever baby who offers Booth advice in his inimitable style. Guest Cast: Seth MacFarlane as “Stewie Griffin”; Joel David Moore as Colin Fisher; Jeff Yagher as Sean Mortenson; Scottie Thompson as Kim Mortenson; Scott Alan Smith as Bruce Hanover; Latarsha Rose as Jenny Holt; David Greenman as FBI Forensic Tech Marcus Geier; Chad Willett as Charlie Dunwood; Steven Meek as Dr. Les Granger; Kelly Noonan as Rachel Granger; Deborah Lacey as Nurse. Source: FOX

What happened to the episode of Bones that Fox planned on pushing till next year?
“The Beaver in the Otter” is now going to air on April 30. (Yippee!) The title may make it seem like it’s the Booth and Bones sex episode, but it’s actually not. Emily Deschanel teases, “We’re having a lot of fun talking about the Beaver, who is a real person—his name is Beaver, and the otter is the costume he’s in.” No sex yet, people, but keep your eyes peeled because it’s coming. Source: Kristin on E!Online

The Girl in the Mask – Airing April 23, 2009
When the sister of Booth’s (David Boreanaz) Tokyo-based detective friend Ken Nakamura (guest star Brian Tee), goes missing in DC, Booth and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) are on the case. But after they find her decapitated head in a canal, Ken joins Booth and Brennan to trace his sister’s secret life away from home. (Fox)

The Beaver in the Otter – Airing April 30, 2009
When the body of a fraternity brother nicknamed “Beaver” is found inside the mascot uniform of a rival school, Brennan and Booth discover that “Beaver” was making a killing of his own through a money-making operation on the side. Meanwhile, Booth offers to help his brother Jared (guest star Brendan Fehr) find a new job after his dishonorable discharge from the Navy. (Fox)

The Critic in the Cabernet – Airing May 7, 2009
Brennan decides she wants to have a baby and surprises Booth with a request to father her child. The unexpected request dredges up a host of unspoken feelings and unresolved issues between the two, and Booth becomes consumed by the prospect of having another child. The stress of the situation, coupled with Booth’s undiagnosed health issue, paves the way for a surprise visit from Stewie Griffin (guest voice Seth MacFarlane), FAMILY GUY’s diabolically clever baby who offers advice in his inimitable style. (Fox)

The End in the Beginning Season Finale – Airing May 14, 2009
In the season finale episode, a body is found murdered at “The Lab,” a popular nightclub, and everyone is a suspect. In an unusual twist of storytelling, Brennan, Booth and the Jeffersonian team take on various roles outside their normal duties, including serving as the nightclub staff as well as local law enforcement. Mtley Cre, Ryan O’Neal, Brendan Fehr and Eric Millegan guest-star. (Fox)

90210 Season Finale Spoilers and “The Dionysian Debacle”

Who dies on 90210?
We won’t know until next year. We’ll see what appears to be a dead body in the 90210 finale, but the person’s face will remain hidden. Source: Kristin on E!Online

90210 (May 19, CW)
OMG, it’s time for the prom, which is totally fun, unless you’re newly engaged Adrianna, who is, like, nine-and-a-half months pregnant and ready to pop. Then your mind might be more focused on, say, labor, into which she goes during this episode. Conveniently, baby-wanting Brenda (Shannen Doherty) is on the scene as well. Also: Teasy moles say that decisions are made that have “life-and-death consequences.” What could that mean for Ethan (Dustin Milligan), who was recently cut from the cast roster? Source: TV Guide Online

Question: 90210 has turned a corner. I’m hooked. Scoop, please.
Ausiello:
It’s so bad it’s awesome, right? Here’s a little big scooplet: Liam will sleep with someone in the finale … and it’s not Naomi! (Or *****!) Source: The Ausiello Files

Question: Any chance Dustin Milligan will return to 90210 to wrap up his story next season?
Ausiello:
No. He will not be back. Source: The Ausiello Files

The Party’s Over – Airing May 5, 2009
Adrianna and Navid announce plans for their future to their friends but don’t receive the reaction they were hoping for. To support their friends, Naomi, Annie and Silver throw Adrianna a bridal shower, while Dixon, Ethan and Liam surprise Navid with a bachelor party at a burlesque club. Now that Naomi’s big sister, Jen (Sara Foster, “CSI”) is back in town, the two decide to live together and turn to their scandalous father to release Naomi’s trust fund in order to support their wild spending habits. Ryan and Jen bump into each other at the Peach Pit and get wrapped up in a conversation of lies before deciding to have dinner together. (The CW)

First Look Photos: ‘90210’ throws Adrianna a wedding shower

So Navid has finally proposed to Adrianna on “90210” — which I told you many moons ago would happen — and now we’ve got the bridal shower pics to prove the twosome is serious. Looks fun, no? Not at all like the white T shindigs that went down on that one MTV show…

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Adrianna welcomes the women of West Beverly (and a couple moms) to what seems to be her baby/bridal shower

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Pensive and preggers, the girl looks happy about popping out a kid and getting hitched at 16, am I right?

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Any advice from Mrs. Harry Wilson? Get your mother-in-law cast in a TV movie that’s shooting far, far away?

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Oh, Naomi, today is not about you!

‘90210’ 1.21 Preview: Liam Hitting on Annie

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
‘90210’ episode ‘The Dionysian Debacle’ will test Annie and Naomi’s friendship as Liam is showing interest in Annie.

'90210' 1.21 Preview: Liam Hitting on Annie
See larger image Liam turns out to be the real projection of Dylan McKay. In the next “” the character portrayed by Matt Lanter, will stir things up between Annie and Naomi. Naomi convinces Annie to go on a double date with Liam’s friend, but Annie is shocked at the way the evening ends. Also in Naomi’s world, when her older sister, Jen (guest star ) shows up, Naomi has no idea she is about to shake things up in Beverly Hills. “By the end of the season, there’s going to be some major drama with (Naomi) and her sister and possibly Annie. There’s some problem with her sister. She comes in and she definitely makes things tough in 90210. People are definitely going to be angry and betrayed,” Matt revealed previously. Meanwhile, Navid and Adrianna fantasize about their future, but when they tell his parents about their decision to spend the rest of their lives together, things don’t go as they planned. Silver and Dixon adjust to her new school, while the Wilsons are dealing with having Naomi as their new house guest. “The Dionysian Debacle” airs April 28.

Greek Season Finale Spoilers: Casey & Cappie Soul Mates

Give us some dirt on Greek!
How about some sexy dirt? “Expect some hot girl-on-girl action,” says Greek girl Amber Stevens, who plays Ashleigh. “And great relationship stuff happens coming up with Frannie and Evan.” Paul James says he’s excited about his juicy upcoming storyline: “At the end of the season, I get a love interest, played by Gregory Michaels.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 2.15: Evasive Actions Airdate: April 27, 2009

When Frannie challenges the sisterhood of ZBZ girls, Casey retaliates by challenging the IKI’s to a game of dodgeball. Which soroity will take the least amount of hits? The dodgeball game is also part of the effort by Casey and Ashleigh to win over Jordan, ZBZ’s new pledge, who reveals that she doesn’t think the sorority is the place for her. Determined to change her mind, Casey and Ashleigh attempt to give Jordan a ZBZ makeover. Meanwhile, Rusty struggles with the fact that Dale is so in love with their new apartment that he never leaves, so Rusty enlists the Kappa Tau’s to invade the house to scare him away. But the plan backfires when the landlord shows up the next morning with a tour (they live in a model apartment), and upon finding remains from the night’s escapades, evicts the boys much to the chagrin of Casey, whose name is on the lease! Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.16: Dearly Beloved
Airdate: May 4, 2009

Casey’s grand-big sister, Kiki (Collette Wolfe), is back at Cyprus-Rhodes University for her wedding and all the ZBZ girls are invited. Amidst all the wedding frenzy, Max decides it’s time to take his relationshipwith Casey to the next level and gets down on one knee. How will Casey react to Max’s bold move? Meanwhile, with Andy out of town, Jordan ends up dragging Rustyaround town to help pick up the flowers for Kiki’s wedding. When the two discover that the order was never placed, they have to come up with a plan of action — a plan that backfires and puts both of them in the emergency room with identical allergic reactions. The unexpected common bond leads them to share a kiss. Rebecca, in the meantime, soon finds herself in new territory as she kisses Ashleigh’s openly gay big sis, Robin (Anna Osceola), in one of the bachelorette party game – sparking Rebecca’s curiosity. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.17: Guilty Treasures Airdate: May 11, 2009

Dr. Magda Stephanopoulos: In her 50s, attractive and intimidating, with long hair and a professional, stylish-looking suit, she is a renowned, extremely intelligent scientist who has come to campus to recruit research assistants for a month-long project at Oxford. Dr. Magda is tough to impress, and always wants what she can’t have. Dr. Broom: In his 50s, uncongenial, he’s an engineering professor who piles on the workload and makes life unpleasant for Max. He’s annoyed when Max crashes a science faculty party. Omega Chi Pledge: 18-20, male, this Omega Chi Pledge accuses Cappie of theft and is confused when Evan contradicts him. Waitress: 20s. This waitress at Gentleman’s Choice tells Wade that the disco balls he’s brought belong to the other club. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.18: Divine Secrets and the ZBZ Sisterhood Airdate: May 18, 2009

While completing his community service, Rusty discovers a symbol for a secret Amphora Society that is actively recruiting members. Knowing that Cappie was on a search to find the hidden lair during his freshman year, Rusty gets Dale to help him solve the mystery to get back in Cappie’s good graces. Will Cappie be impressed? Meanwhile, in Ashleigh’s absence, Casey has to decide if she should allow some of Frannie’s IKI defectors back into the house. And when Rebecca goes on her first date with Robin, she turns to Calvin for advice, but Calvin has some dating troubles of his own. Source: ABC Family

Episode 2.19: Social Studies Airdate: May 25, 2009

Delia: 18-20, female, sexy, sharp and flirty, she’s a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on studying with him for midterms. Michelle: 18-20, female, equally sexy and sharp as Delia, she’s also a women’s study student who knows Cappie well, and plans on joining him and Delia for a study session. Tiny: Late 30s to 40s. Male. He is the rather large owner of a car impound lot.

Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 2.20: Isn’t It Bro-Mantic? (Season finale) Airdate: June 1, 2009

“The finale has a really good cliffhanger,” Scott Michael Foster (Cappie) revealed at Saturday’s GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles. “And Jesse McCartney plays a really big part of that cliffhanger. It has a lot to do with him and Rusty …. I guess I get some action, too. In my women’s studies class I’m the only guy, so the ladies are like sitting ducks. Of course, he will always be at least partly stuck on Casey.” What’s Casey doing while Cappie’s getting busy? She’s getting busy herself! “She gets a lot of action … from multiple sources,” confirmed Spencer Grammer. “Cappie is her soul mate, but she’s young and she doesn’t always see that.” Source: The Ausiello Files

Smallville Season Finale Spoilers!

General Season Finale Spoilers!

Any hints on what villains are coming to Smallville?
A few fan faves will be back next season, but we’ll have to wait a while to find out the rest. Says Brian Peterson, “We introduced several this year that we’ll probably bring back next year. We loved Zatanna. We looked at a few others that we want to introduce, but we’re going to wait for Comic-Con to release all that.” One hero you won’t see stopping by is Batman. Though the producers really want to have him on the show, Kelly Sounders says there’s still trouble with the franchise crossovers: “Obviously everybody wants to keep all the franchises going and give the fans what they want in each. If that opening ever, ever occurs, we’ll be all over it.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

Can you give more scoop on the Smallville finale death?
Just that there was a consensus in the comments section of our recent Smallville item about which character is dying, and it was not correct. That’s all you’ll get on that matter, but we will tease that executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders officially confirmed the return of Tom Welling and Erica Durance, so count them safe. Speaking of the finale, Cassidy Freeman says Tess Mercer is on the hunt for Davis, “Because I want Clark to accept the fact that he is Superman, and I don’t think he can do that until he fights Doomsday.” Throw down! Source: Kristin on E!Online

We get some Justice League action in the season finale airing May 14, and a bit of injustice is on the way, too, when Jessica Parker Kennedy returns as Plastique for the May 7 episode titled “Injustice.” (TV Guide)

Question: Any Smallville finale spoilers that don’t involve the Grim Reaper?
Ausiello:
The fight scene between Doomsday and Clark is going to be big. One might even call it ginormous.

Question: Any clues on the Smallville vet getting killed off in the finale?
Ausiello:
The **r*** ***** ** *** *****.

Any other clues for who will be dying in the Smallville finale?
Ausiello:
The *er**n d***g ** n** C***e.

Episode 8.20: Beast Airdate: April 30, 2009

Clark discovers that Davis is still alive and confronts Chloe about protecting him. Oliver discovers Jimmy breaking into Chloe’s apartment, but things get rapidly worse after Davis jumps from the shadows and attacks both of them. Source: The CW

One of “Bruno Mannheim’s thugs” (in other words, A.J. from “Stiletto”) is found dead in a dumpster, which leads Clark to believe that Davis/Doomsday didn’t perish in “Eternal.” Source: KryptonSite

Chloe’s Beauty and the Beast fantasy turns into a nightmare. Source: TV Guide Online

‘Smallville’ 8.20 Preview: Chloe Escapes With Davis

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
In ‘Beast’, Chloe goes far into helping Davis who turns out very much alive although exposed to kryptonite.

'Smallville' 8.20 Preview: Chloe Escapes With Davis
See larger image Chloe makes a decision that will change her friendship with Clark forever. Clark discovers that Davis is still alive and confronts Chloe about protecting him. The Thursday, April 30 episode of “” is called “Beast”. Louis Febre who composes for the series twitted, “Beast is d-a-r-k.” Clark discovers that Davis did not die from the kryptonite exposure, and that he is taking Chloe out of town to escape from the people. Meanwhile, Oliver finds Jimmy breaking into Chloe’s apartment. But things get rapidly worse after Davis jumps from the shadows and attacks both of them. On the fate of Chloe in the upcoming episodes and the next season, executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders answer questions from E! Online. “It’s a scary future for Chloe Sullivan because you never know what’s going to happen because of that exact fact,” Souders said, before adding “All we can say is her tragic arc has a very tragic ending this year”.

Clip From ‘Smallville’ 8.20: Beast

In April 30 episode of ‘Smallville’, Clark finds out that Davis is still alive and Oliver tells him to kill Doomsday once again and for all.

Clip From 'Smallville' 8.20: Beast
See larger image Deemed as a dark episode of ““, “Beast” unleashes one of its scenes. Upon discovering that Chloe is aiding Davis to run away from the city, Clark approaches Oliver to reassure himself about the supposed death of Davis. Oliver convinces Clark that he did bury him in the ground himself, but Clark said the site is now empty. Clark is devastated when finding out that Chloe is protecting Davis. In an interview with E!, executive producer Brian Peterson said, “We want in the audience to the question is Chloe doing this because she’s starting to fall for Davis, or is Chloe doing this because she’s really protecting Clark? I think we walk that line pretty carefully, I hope.” Also in the episode airing April 30, Oliver discovers Jimmy breaking into Chloe’s apartment, but things get rapidly worse after Davis jumps from the shadows and attacks both of them.

Episode 8.21: Injustice Airdate: May 7, 2009

Chloe returns and begs Clark to kill Davis, claiming he can no longer keep the beast under control. Tess has assembled a team of meteor freaks, including Plastique (guest star Jessica Parker Kennedy), to track down Davis so Clark can kill him. However, things get out of hand once Tess’ team discovers she is double-crossing them. Erica Durance, Aaron Ashmore and Justin Hartley also star. Source: The CW

Brendan Fletcher, whose previous credits include an episode of Supernatural, will be playing Parasite. Another character from the DC Comics stable will be making her Smallville premiere in this one: Livewire. Source: KryptonSite

‘Smallville’ 8.21 Preview: Tess’ Meteor Freaks Appear

Plastique and Parasite will once again show their face to aid Tess in hunting for Doomsday, in the May 7 episode of ‘Smallville’ called ‘Injustice’.

'Smallville' 8.21 Preview: Tess' Meteor Freaks AppearSource: Ace Showbiz TV News
See larger image Tess returns to the scene of ““, assembling a team of meteor freaks including Plastique and Parasite to track down Davis so Clark can kill him. However, things get out of hand once Tess’ team discovers she is double-crossing them. Cassidy Freeman recently told E! Online that Tess is on the hunt for Davis until the season finale. “Because I want Clark to accept the fact that he is Superman, and I don’t think he can do that until he fights Doomsday,” she explained. Also in the May 7 episode, Chloe returns and begs Clark to kill Davis, claiming he can no longer keep the beast under control. Jessica Parker Kennedy reprises her role as Plastique who has to power to create combustion on command. directs the episode written by Al Septien and Turi Meyer.

Episode 8.22: Doomsday (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009

Oliver tells Clark he must kill Davis, as Doomsday is a serious threat and must be stopped at all costs. However, Clark struggles with taking a human life, so the Green Arrow and his team decide to take matters into their own hands. Lois takes on Tess, but the fight takes a shocking turn. Meanwhile, Chloe gets caught in the middle of Oliver and Clark’s battle over killing Davis. Aaron Ashmore also stars. Source: The CW

A special guest shows up in the final scene of the season finale and he’s going to cause big problems next season. (Michael Ausiello)

Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders officially confirmed the return of Tom Welling and Erica Durance, so they safe. Speaking of the finale, Cassidy Freeman says Tess Mercer is on the hunt for Davis, “Because I want Clark to accept the fact that he is Superman, and I don’t think he can do that until he fights Doomsday.” (Watch With Kristin)

The season finale is “magical,” says Erica Durance — but I’m not sure if that means Zatanna will be back or not. Meanwhile, she says Lois’ big fight in the finale is with another girl. And the deaths in the finale are heartbreaking and you’ll be sitting there with your jaw open. (TV Guide)

Clark is sort of responsible for turning Davis into the Doomsday we know from the comics. And the events of the season finale turn everything he’s worked for this season on its head. (TV Guide)

Smallville: Will Chloe Survive?

Source: Kristin on E!Online

Smallville

Smallville has taken a dark turn this season, especially with the introduction of Doomsday (Sam Witwer), who is the only DC villain able to kill Superman. That would seem like a rough break for Tom Welling, except that Clark Kent is not one of the two characters kicking the bucket in the season finale. Fellow fan favorite Chloe Suliivan (Allison Mack), on the other hand, has been considered very much in the line of fire, especially since producers tell us next season’s stories line up closely with the DC mythology—the same Superman mythology that does not include Chloe Sullivan. However, there’s hope on the horizon! Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders teased some upcoming storylines for Chloe that could land her in the Watchtower next season, instead of a grave. That’s not the case for two other characters on Smallville who will be saying goodbye for good, and Brian teases there may actually be a third death. Plus, find out why Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark fans can expect to squee in the finale…

Are Clark and Doomsday throwing down in the finale?
Brian Peterson: It’s what everybody has probably been watching for the whole season. There will be a big throwdown between Doomsday and Clark.
Kelly Souders: Clark meets his match.

How does Chloe come between Clark and Davis?
KS: I think Chloe takes a very integral part in trying to keep the two fated nemeses apart from each other. It’s hard; trouble just seems to find Clark Kent.
BP: We want in the audience to the question is Chloe doing this because she’s starting to fall for Davis, or is Chloe doing this because she’s really protecting Clark? I think we walk that line pretty carefully, I hope.

Let’s talk about the major death. Is it two people dying or maybe one is just leaving the show?
KS: I will say it’s Smallville, anything can happen, but I don’t expect a dry eye in the house. It’s not one of those things where someone just goes down and walks out of it the next minute, unfortunately. There’s a lot of doom in Doomsday.

Allison Mack, SmallvilleMany of the fans are worried that Chloe is dying since she is not apart of the Superman mythology.
KS: It’s a scary future for Chloe Sullivan because you never know what’s going to happen because of that exact fact.
BP: She has put herself in the middle of harms way this year.
KS: All we can say is her tragic arc has a very tragic ending this year.

So it could be either Chloe or Davis dying?
BP: Well there are two deaths, it could be one or the other, or both.
KS: Both or someone else could be thrown in that mix.
BP: The other thing I will just say for the people who watch on a deeper level, there’s a metaphorical death that happens on the show as well, so hopefully people can dig deep into their intellect and psyche and have fun with that.
KS: Actually all of [what happens] is in order to line up with the DC mythology, we’ll throw that out there too. Obviously we created our own version of Doomsday on the show, but ultimately, everything we do in the finale is in order to line up with the DC mythology.

So Chloe may never really find love then?
KS: Chloe’s love life is just one of the most doomed elements in television history. She has not had a lot of luck in love and I’m afraid that in the finale, she doesn’t get much luckier. Maybe someday, you never know. I’ll just tease that.

Heard that! Chloe could be sticking around! How about Clark and Lois’ love life?
KS: For Clark/Lois fans, I think they will be having many fits in the finale. We just watched part of it cut together and I have to say there’s one of the most quintessential Clark/Lois moments in the finale. It’s so good. They have such great chemistry.

Is there anything in the finale that’s really going to shock the fans?
BP: It’s a pretty heavy season finale, but I think it will launch a really great season next year.
KS: You’re definitely going to see the Justice League in a way you’ve never seen them before. Clark and Oliver’s (Justin Hartley) relationship is going to really be pushed to the brink. I think it’s going to be really shocking for the fans to see the season finale. Clark definitely emerges in a different place than he started the season in. [Next season] he has to overcome, he has to be Superman.

Smallville, Tom WellingJust out of professional curiosity, does that mean we’ll see Tom Welling in some spandex tights next year? I know the fans really want to see that.
BP: Probably not as soon as you expect, but you never know. The one person who doesn’t want to see that unfortunately is Tom Welling, so that’s a bigger conversation.

Has there been talk of other members of the Justice League crossing over in the finale or next season?
BP: We started what will hopefully be a new focus of the show that we’ll be bringing in allies for Clark next year. We had a lot of DC villains this year and a lot of DC heroes and we’re hoping to continue that into next year. We teased a little piece of Chloe and her arc and how she might play a role in that next year.

Okay, heard it again! “Next year!” She must survive! So as far as next season, will Clark be running around saving the rest of the world and not just Metropolis next season?
BP: Clark may have some significant obstacles in his destiny next year. It may be the darkness before the rise of Superman. He’s going to face probably his darkest hour I would say. He really was on a trajectory this year, but he’s made some decisions that put him down a different path.
KS: He’s going to be paying the price for some rather large mistakes from the finale.

Smallville Spoilers: 8.19: Lois as ‘Stiletto’

4/23 New ‘Stiletto’

SmallvilleLois believes that she needs a big story to secure her reputation as a star reporter, but the red/blue blur continues to elude her. However, after Chloe is mugged, Lois steps in to fend off one of the attackers and uses the opportunity to pretend that a new superhero, Stiletto, has come to town and is giving exclusives to Lois. Clark is concerned Lois will hurt herself pretending to be a superhero but after he is captured by thugs with kryptonite, Lois steps in to save the day.

Clip of ‘Smallville’ 8.19: Lois as Sexy Stiletto

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
In an alley, Lois tries to hide her true identity from Clark by doing a British accent, all new in ‘Smallville’.

Clip of 'Smallville' 8.19: Lois as Sexy Stiletto

See larger image In an attempt to lure red-blue blur for a big story in her newspaper, Lois dons sexy leather outfits that squeaks when she walks and puts on an identity as “Stiletto”. In the newly-released clip for the April 23 episode of ““, Lois has agreed to meet the red-blue blur in an alley but finds Clark there instead.

Lois believes that she needs the big story to secure her reputation as a star reporter but the red/blue blur continues to elude her. However, after Chloe is mugged, Lois steps in to fend off one of the attackers and uses the opportunity to pretend a new superhero, Stiletto, has come to town and is giving exclusives to Lois.

Clark is concerned Lois will hurt herself pretending to be a superhero but after he is captured by thugs with kryptonite, Lois steps in to save the day.

The episode that centers on Lois, will not be the only one. Executive producer Kelly Souders recently answered a Q&A at TV Guide, saying “Lois fans will be excited to hear you’ll be seeing more of Lois in the future. She’s fascinating and we’ll never stop digging into what makes her tick.”

Smallville Preview: Will Lois and the Blur Make for a Hot Story?

Source: TV Guide Online

Erica Durance

This week on the CW’s Smallville (Thursdays, 8 pm/ET), the increasingly intrepid reporter Lois Lane decides that to “catch” a superhero, one must become one. Literally. In Part 1 of our Q&A with Erica Durance, the actress discusses Lois’ wild plan, shares the secrets behind her skintight outfit, and previews Smallville‘s next step toward the Superman mythology’s famous love “triangle.”

TVGuide.com: Let’s talk about this week’s episode, “Stiletto”: What is Lois up to?
Erica Durance:
[Laughs] When I got this script I had such a good laugh, and I was so excited. Just the whole aspect that Lois gets this bright idea of, “What other way to get a story than be the story?” Once again, she gets into a fight and has to teach a guy a lesson, because he tries to mess with Chloe, and that gives her the idea to become a superhero. She makes her own costume — because apparently she can whip out a leather outfit on a whim — and becomes “Stiletto.”

TVGuide.com: Does this ultimately fall under the heading of “ill-advised ideas”?
Durance:
She finds out, as time goes by, that perhaps it wasn’t her best idea. There are a couple of close calls with some of her friends, and she realizes that this is maybe not the best way to go about getting a story. But what I love about Lois is that she’s willing to go and give 200 percent to something like that, and if she’s wrong, she’s willing to say, “Hey, I’m human, and it was a bad idea.” But through all of this, she does get one thing — her first one-on-one phone conversation with the Red-Blue Blur.

TVGuide.com: A phone conversation, eh? Because in the spring preview I got from the producers, they said that the most romantic moment comes in this episode: “Phone booth. Lois. Red-Blue Blur.”
Durance:
What I find is really beautiful about it is that it’s starting that mythology that everyone loves — Lois Lane’s obsession and absolute love for the Red-Blue Blur and her kind of dismissal of Clark as this somewhat dweeby guy who works at the newspaper. But what’s really lovely is you get to see Clark see Lois in a totally different light — she’s smitten and sweet, and her barriers are down as she’s talking to the Red-Blue Blur — and that is really romantic. I loved shooting it.

TVGuide.com: So this episode will bring Lois and the Red-Blue Blur closer, but not necessarily Lois and Clark?
Durance:
It brings Lois and the Blur closer, and then from Clark’s point of view, he becomes closer to Lois, because he gets to see this side of her that is so honest and very, very generous. From there, [the writers] start building things for the remainder of this season.

TVGuide.com: What’s the hardest thing you had to do there in the stilettos?
Durance:
When I had to swing through the roof, on the wire [harness], and kick the guy in the face, that was really hard. Here’s a tidbit: I had two costumes — one I could wear while doing stunts and that I could somewhat move around in, and a “hero” version that I literally could not sit down in. They had to make me a “leaning post,” where in between takes I could lean back. I was like Hannibal Lecter.

TVGuide.com: Why couldn’t you sit down in the “hero” costume?
Durance:
Because it was all leather, from head to toe, and the boots were past my thigh. Plus I’m in 6-inch stilettos. When I think of all the strange costumes I have worn on the show, this one takes the cake!

Next week, in Part 2 of our Q&A: Erica Durance reflects on one of this season’s most challenging episodes, then looks ahead to a big season-finale showdown.

New Ugly Betty Spoilers: Season Finale, A Wedding and Henry’s Back!

Episode 3.22: In The Stars Airdate: May 14, 2009

Guest starring are Adele as herself, Christine Baranski as Victoria Hartley, Bernadette Peters as Jodie, Sarah Lafleur as Molly, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt, Lauren Velez as Elena and Alec Mapa as Suzuki St. Pierre. Source: ABC

Betty teams with Matt and Marc for their all-important final YETI project, a photo shoot with Grammy winner Adele, but Matt’s slacking off could jeopardize everything they’ve worked for. Meanwhile, love is everywhere as two wedding proposals are made, but only one couple will walk down the aisle; Claire and Wilhelmina square off over their roles at Mode; and Matt’s mom (guest star Christine Baranski) asks Betty for a favor. Source: ABC

Soul Singer Adele will show up in a May episode of Ugly Betty, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. She’ll play herself in “In the Stars,” in which Betty, Marc and Matt oversee a photo shoot for a YETI assignment that turns into an impromptu wedding. Source: TV Guide Online

Episodes 3.23 and 3.24: Curveball / The Fall Issue (Season finale) Airdate: May 21, 2009 from 8 to 10 p.m.

[Rachel Dratch]’s playing a dual role. She’s playing Penny Meadows, an editor at Mode, and she’s also playing Mindy Meadows, her twin sister. It’s a one-time guest stint, but she was great. […] “Yes, someone plummets to their death in the season finale,” [ executive producer Sylvio] Horta confirms. “It will play a big role in the plot.” Source: The Ausiello Files

General Season 4 Spoilers

Series creator Silvio Horta reveals about next season: We’re going to explore [Justin’s sexuality]. He’ll be going to high school and getting older, so we’ll definitely be exploring that. We want to see Marc and Amanda’s love lives. [Betty’s] braces will be off by the end of next season. Next year, there’s going to be a progression in her look overall. It’ll still be Betty, but you’ll see some growth in that direction. Source: The Ausiello Files

What is going on with the long-rumored Ugly Betty musical episode? It’s definitely not going to happen this season. Vanessa Williams (Wilhelmina Slater) tells us, “If it’s going to happen, it would be next year, and now that we’re in New York, we have Broadway talent at our fingertips. I really hope it happens this fourth season.” (Meanwhile, if singing is what you want, well, Vanessa’s new album, The Real Thing, is out June 2.) Source: Kristin on E!Online

‘Ugly Betty’ scoop: The braces are coming off!

Are you looking at Matt and Betty as a long-term couple?
SILVIO HORTA:
As long-term as it gets in TV. As with any romance, there will be obstacles as well as some misunderstandings before the finale, and it’s going to lead to some juicy stuff next year. Matt’s going to be around and their relationship is going to be changing and growing.

How significantly will Henry’s return threaten their relationship?
HORTA:
They’ve both moved on, but they obviously are still an important part of each others’ lives and that’s going to become a complication. There’s going to be feelings of insecurity on Matt’s side, and there are some unresolved things between Henry and Betty.

Speaking of Betty’s exes, might we see Gio again?
HORTA:
Potentially, but there are no plans at this point.

Will the issue of Justin’s sexuality be addressed next season?
HORTA:
Yeah, we’re going to explore stuff. He’ll be going to high school and getting older, so we’ll definitely be exploring that.

Will Marc find love after Cliff?
HORTA:
We’ve been discussing it. We haven’t started breaking the exact stories for next year, but that’s one of the things we’ve really talked about. We want to see [Marc and Amanda’s] love lives.

How would you characterize Ashley Jensen’s departure? Was it mutual?
HORTA:
It was mutual. She’s amazing. From the get-go, we found some really good stories for her, but we never found enough to service her character the way we wanted to and the way she wanted to. She wanted to do more, but it was [difficult] with a large ensemble like this to give her more. I hope in the future she’ll come back. She’s an important part of the show.

Will Christina get a satisfying send-off?
HORTA:
She will. Next week’s episode will [set things in motion] with Wilhelmina’s baby – or her supposed baby – and it’s going to lead to a lot of complications.

Ana Ortiz gives birth in June. Will we see less of Hilda at the start of next season due to her maternity leave?
HORTA:
We may write her a little lighter in the beginning, but we’re not writing her out or anything.

Who is Rachel Dratch playing in the finale?
HORTA:
She’s playing a dual role. She’s playing Penny Meadows, an editor at Mode, and she’s also playing Mindy Meadows, her twin sister. It’s a one-time guest stint, but she was great.

The most asked Ugly Betty question from my readers: When is Betty getting her braces off?
HORTA:
Her braces will be off by the end of next season. Next year, there’s going to be a progression in her look overall. It’ll still be Betty, but you’ll see some growth in that direction.

‘Ugly Betty’ is back with bankruptcy, bunny suits & a baby boy

Ugly Betty” returns tonight and I’d say the episode is pretty close to top form. The only thing missing is a few really solid Wilhelmina/Marc zingers. But the “UB” world will warm up your Thursday night regardless… even if Mode is close to bankruptcy. I mean, Betty’s still with the rich boyfriend, so all’s well on that end. Yep, Daniel and Willy are taking the bus, while Betty’s traveling in style, getting dropped off at work in a limo these days. I mean, she’s still same old Betty with her technicolor dream coats… and belts and stockings and shoes. She’s sort of a sight for sore eyes, actually. And you need not worry about Mode, since B — after seeing one of her friends get fired — will risk her relationship with richy Rich (aka Matt) to save the company. But she isn’t the only one making sacrifices. Daniel will give his own dignity away in exchange for Mode’s financial security. Have you seen the bunny suit?

There’s some good stuff coming as we power towards next month’s season ender… Baby William? Though tonight’s paternity test supposedly states that he is, in fact, Wilhelmina’s kid, that case so ain’t closed. Be prepared to see big Willy returning to her signature scheming ways in the weeks ahead. A Meade Wedding? Yep. Someone with that last name will tie the knot soon. Not Claire. No, Bradford won’t rise from the beyond. And Alexis is still M.I.A. and will remain so. Uh, Daniel! It’s Daniel! Do I have to spell everything out? A Love Rectangle? As you may have already heard, Henry (Chris Gorham) is back in New York, and though he’s got a new girl, his flame for BS hasn’t been extinguished….Source: Zap2It’s Korbi TV

“Yes, someone plummets to their death in the season finale,” executive producer Sylvio Horta confirms. “It will play a big role in the plot.” (Michael Ausiello)

Adele is in the house on May 14 for a Mode photo shoot that magically morphs into a wedding. With time being a factor, Daniel and his ailing bride are getting hitched. (TV Guide)

On tomorrow night’s “Rabbit Test” episode, Wilhelmina Slater (Vanessa Williams) finds out that she may not be the biological mother of baby William. For those not keeping up, here’s the deal: Wilhelmina’s egg and publishing king Bradford Meade’s sperm were implanted into surrogate Christina McKinney (the seamstress) to produce the golden child of publishing and help secure the diva’s standing in the company. “That’s what she thought happened,” Vanessa tells us, “but it turns out that it’s not what it appears. And it jeopardizes Wilhelmina’s standing at the company, and her livelihood is at stake. But she is a fighter, and she will continue to hold her ground and stay at the top no matter what threats are made and what consequences happen.” (Watch With Kristin)

More baby drama ensues as little William gets kidnapped in the next episode, “The Born Identity,” on May 7. “That gets resolved rather quickly,” says Vanessa Williams. “It goes in a different direction, and she doesn’t end up being a mommy for long.” (Watch With Kristin)

With her baby problems aside, it’s back to what Wilhelmina knows best: conniving, blackmailing and jockeying for position. “My next blackmail up is Claire Meade,” says Vanessa. “Yes, it’s back to Claire again. I get more dish on her. The angles in which [my character] tries to deceive and connive are hilarious and funny, and the situations that she puts herself into are outside the box. There is a scene where she sings with Christine Baranski’s character [Yes, Christine is back for more eps as Matt’s mother…the same Matt who’s Betty’s boyfriend!] while fishing for information from her.” (Watch With Kristin)

In “In the Stars” on May 14, two wedding proposals are made, but only one is seen to fruition. “Betty and Matt are not the ones walking down the aisle, though Matt is in the finale. And, it’s not Hilda and Archie,” says Vanessa. That, of course leaves Daniel Meade and his cancer-stricken girlfriend, Molly. “That’s right,” she says, “and I can tell you that Adele sings at the wedding.” With rumors swirling that Molly loses her battle to cancer, one can only think that the new bride kicks the bucket after the wedding. “I can’t tell you everything,” says Vanessa. “She does get very sick.” (Watch With Kristin)

Along with Adele, other upcoming guests on these episodes include tennis queen Billie Jean King (who plays tennis with Christine Baranski’s character) and The View’s Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck (who have Daniel Meade on the show in part two of the two-part finale, “Curveball,” on May 21). (Watch With Kristin)

Ugly Betty Gets Earlier Return Date

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
‘Ugly Betty’ reclaims its Thursdays slot a week earlier on April 30, while ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s’ 100th episode airs on May 7.

'Ugly Betty' Returns a Week Earlier See larger image Through the press release issued for the next episode of ““, it is known that the comedy series will be back earlier than expected. The show which had been shelved for weeks since mid-March to give room for “” and ““, will now reclaim its spot on April 30. It is a one week advance because initially “Ugly Betty” was scheduled to return May 7. On the episode called “Rabbit Test”, the Suarez family gets an invitation to meet Matt’s famed billionaire dad, Calvin Hartley (guest star David Rasche), at his legendary Easter Egg hunt. While Betty sees this as a chance to get closer to Matt, Daniel seizes the opportunity to get Mode a bailout. Meanwhile Wilhelmina suspects that little William might not be her biological son. There has not been any news to how the half-hour shows, “Samantha” and “Motherhood”, will continue. ABC however, has arranged “” to take the May 7 slot for its 100th episode where Meredith and Derek nuptials takes place.

Episode 3.20: Rabbit Test Airdate: April 30, 2009

SNL‘s Rachel Dratch appears in this episode as a Mode staffer! Source: The Ausiello Files

The Suarez family gets an invitation to meet Matt’s famed billionaire dad, Calvin Hartley (guest star David Rasche), at his legendary Easter Egg hunt. While Betty sees this as a chance to get closer to Matt, Daniel seizes the opportunity to get Mode a bailout. Meanwhile Wilhelmina suspects that little William might not be her biological son. Source: ABC

Episode 3.21: The Born Identity Airdate: May 7, 2009

Just as it looks like billionaire Calvin Hartley (guest star David Rasche) is going to give Mode the bailout it needs so the magazine won’t go under, baby William is kidnapped and Betty is dragged into the ensuing drama. Meanwhile Archie (guest star Ralph Macchio) asks Hilda to be part of his latest political campaign. Guest starring are Daniel Eric Gold as Matt Hartley, David Rasche as Calvin Hartley, Derek Riddell as Stuart, Ralph Macchio as Archie Rodriguez and Alec Mapa as Suzuki St. Pierre. Source: ABC

Episode 3.22: In The Stars Airdate: May 14, 2009

Betty teams with Matt and Marc for their all-important final YETI project, a photo shoot with Grammy winner Adele, but Matt’s slacking off could jeopardize everything they’ve worked for. Meanwhile, love is everywhere as two wedding proposals are made, but only one couple will walk down the aisle; Claire and Wilhelmina square off over their roles at Mode; and Matt’s mom (guest star Christine Baranski) asks Betty for a favor.  Source: ABC

Guest starring are Adele as herself, Christine Baranski as Victoria Hartley, Bernadette Peters as Jodie, Sarah Lafleur as Molly, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt, Lauren Velez as Elena and Alec Mapa as Suzuki St. Pierre. Source: ABC

Soul singer Adele will show up in a May episode of Ugly Betty, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. She’ll play herself in “In the Stars,” in which Betty, Marc and Matt oversee a photo shoot for a YETI assignment that turns into an impromptu wedding. Source: TV Guide Online

Episodes 3.23 and 3.24: Curveball (Season? finale) Airdate: May 21, 2009 from 8 to 10 p.m.

Christopher Gorham has closed a deal to reprise his role as Betty’s ex-love Henry, setting the stage for a geektastic showdown with her current beau, Matt (Daniel Eric Gold). Ugly Betty creator Silvio Horta confirms to me exclusively that Gorham — who’s currently trying to stay alive on CBS’ Harper’s Island — will reappear in the show’s two-hour season finale on May 21 when Betty runs into Henry and his new girlfriend Chloe (played by Gossip Girl‘s Dream Walker) in the Big Apple. To prove to themselves that they’ve moved on, Betty and Henry agree to go on a double date to a Mets game with their respective significant others. Good times, right? Not exactly… “As Henry and Betty reconnect, it could potentially threaten her relationship with Matt,” teases Horta, who adds that he’s “really happy” to have Gorham back in the fold. “Chris has always been, and will always be, part of the Ugly Betty family.” But how big a part of the family will he be? Horta isn’t saying whether Gorham will be back in the fall. Source: The Ausiello Files

Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck, hosts of the Emmy Award-winning show The View, moonlight from daytime into primetime when they guest star as themselves on an upcoming episode of “Ugly Betty.” When newly crowned media “it” boy, Daniel Meade , is invited to appear on “The View” to talk about his stewardship of Mode magazine, little does he know he’s about to become the “hot topic.” Source: ABC

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