Supernatural Season Finale Spoilers: Dean vs. Sam in 4.22: ‘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

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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

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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.

Three Clips From ‘Supernatural’ 4th Season Finale

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Beside the fight against Lucifer and Lilith, ‘Supernatural’ season finale on May 14 will show the internal rift between Sam and Dean.

Three Clips From 'Supernatural' 4th Season Finale
See larger image A big portion of the season finale of “” has been given through a three-minute clip. Consisting of three different scenes, the sneak peek lacks of the anticipated action but provides the dilemma experienced by each of the Winchester brothers. In the first clip, Sam talks to Ruby on his decision to go against Dean. In the second clip meanwhile, Dean complains about Sam’s attitude to Bobby and got yelled at for being soft. The third and last clip shows Castiel and Zachary approaching Dean for a strategy to kill Lilith. The fourth season finale airs Thursday, May 14. The official synopsis is read: “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.”

Supernatural Preview: For Sam, “There’s No Turning Back”

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For the few of you who have recovered from “When the Levee Breaks,” it’s time now to start prepping for Supernatural‘s Season 4 finale. And here is a sneak peek. Airing May 14, “Lucifer Rising” finds the brothers nearing the end of their long-dreaded (by fans) collision course. Here is the official logline for the season-ender: “Dealing with the aftermath of a newly created, crushing rift in their relationship, Sam and Dean each race down a different path to try to stop the impending apocalypse from happening. Guest stars include Jim Beaver as Bobby, Genevieve Cortese as Ruby, Misha Collins as Castiel, Katherine Boecher as Lilith, Kurt Fuller as Zachariah and Rob Benedict as Chuck. “Lucifer Rising” was written and directed by series creator Eric Kripke. In this preview clip, a tormented Sam confabs with Ruby about what he “must do”

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Jim Beaver Spills on Supernatural

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Supernatural, Jim Beaver On Supernatural, do Jared and Jensen treat you as an uncle figure offscreen as well as on, or do they prank you as they apparently do everyone else?
Those aren’t exactly oppositional questions! But, no, they don’t treat me like an uncle. They treat me like a friend. I never get any sense that they think I’m older and wiser. [Laughs.] We’re just three guys doing a job that we love and we enjoy each other’s company. They haven’t pranked me much, just once maybe twice, and I don’t know if that’s because they’re scared of me, but I don’t think that’s true. Maybe I just don’t give them enough reaction, but I will say, oh my gosh, I love working with Jared and Jensen! They’re just absolute hoots to be with, and we get along great. They’re sweet, smart guys and they’re good at what they do and that’s what I look for in a colleague.

Grahame in Washington, D.C.: What’s Bobby’s current feeling about the angels?
Bobby’s got a certain wait and see quality about him. I think probably he doesn’t accept everything at face value but he’s willing to go along until the facts prove him wrong or prove that he should take another look at things. I think he’s kind of willing to accept the angels as allies and make use of them, as long as nothing signals that he should change that opinion.

Patrice in Evansville, Ind.: Lately there’s been a lot of talk about how being close to the Winchesters can be dangerous to one’s health. Is Bobby in especial danger—could he become a target?
I think there’s probably something to that. I hadn’t given much thought to that aspect but the fact is that when you’re a solo hunter all you’ve really got to look out is for yourself. When your job description includes getting two hotheaded young guys out of various situations then regardless of your personal feelings for them, it’s going to be dangerous. You’ve got to have eyes in the back of your head if you’re keeping eyes on the two guys.

Any fans of Supernatural‘s Bobby out there? Anyone interested in taking his job of keeping yes on Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki?

‘Supernatural’: Is Bobby kicking the bucket?

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Tonight, “Supernatural” wraps its fourth season and the finale promises to bring the mayhem that’s been brewing to a boiling point. The race is on to prevent the final seals from being broken and there will be causalities. One person whose future isn’t looking so bright? Bobby. Yes, I know. It breaks my heart, too. But when I caught up with Jim Beaver (Bobby) at a signing to promote his new book this week, I questioned him on the rumors that his character isn’t long for the “Supernatural” world, and his words weren’t promising. “I wish I had something encouraging to say about Bobby,” he told me. “There are some big surprises coming up.” And if this is Bobby’s swan song, fans will be disappointed to hear that he’s not even a major part of the episode. “Bobby’s appearance in the season finale is relatively brief,” Jim shared. “He comes in and then kind of disappears.”

But whatever the outcome for Bobby is, Jim believes it’s all good. “[Creator] Eric [Kripke]’s going to do what’s best for the show,” he said. “He’s very attentive to the fans [and their wishes], but the fans don’t ever have to worry about him bending the show just to accommodate what they would like [to see]. At the same time, he cares what they would like, and I think the very fact that Bobby is still around this long is very much in part because he picked up that the fans liked him.” If Bobby does end up meeting his maker, Jim isn’t sure how that would impact his role on the show. “People do worry an awful lot about characters dying on “Supernatural” even though we’ve pretty much proven [death] doesn’t mean all that much,” he mused. He pointed out that characters that have died often pop back up on the show, long after they were killed off. So, would you be okay if they axed Bobby? Don’t you think the boys need a father figure around? Someone that doesn’t put up with their crap? Especially given their recent problems?

Grey’s Anatomy Season Finale Spoilers: ‘Here’s To The Future / Now Or Never’ Are Izzie and George Leaving?

Episodes 5.23 and 5.24: Here’s To The Future / Now Or Never (Season finale) Airdate: May 14, 2009 from 9 to 11 p.m.

In the last few minutes of the Grey’s Anatomy finale, we see both George and Izzie coding in different rooms; their spirits meeting at the famous elevator, but will they both be pronounced dead when the show returns in the fall? That’s all up in the air now and to be determined…..

Exclusive: ‘Grey’s’ boss on finale’s Izzie-George shocker, Mer-Der ‘wedding,’ and more!

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Greysanatomy_lMaybe you just watched the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy. And maybe you’re freaking out. Oh, who am I kidding, you are freaking out. Well, good news: Mike Ausiello got off the phone with series creator Shonda Rhimes and obtained exclusive intel on last night’s jaw-dropping climax. Will Izzie and John Doe George survive? Was that really Meredith and Derek’s wedding we witnessed? Is Jessica Capshaw here to stay? Yep. Rhimes answered all those questions and even found time to address the “ghost sex” controversy, Katherine Heigl’s Emmy chances, TR Knight’s alleged unhappiness, and more.

Rumors have been swirling all year that Katherine and TR wanted off the show. The season ends with both their characters’ lives hanging in the balance. Purely coincidental?
SHONDA RHIMES:
I don’t think there are any coincidences. I think Katherine’s stated publicly that she’s happy to stay. I think that there have been lots of rumors about TR, but TR’s never said anything. Take from it what you will.

This kind of cliffhanger almost seems tailor-made to capitalize on some of those headlines and generate buzz.
RHIMES:
You have to remember, I have two shows. It’s not as if I spend a lot of time reading the press. We talk about stuff in the writers’ room that other people have read, but, mostly, we were really moving on character. Every year at the beginning of the season I pitch what the end of the season is going to be. And I literally sat down and pitched the last 10 minutes of this season at the beginning of the season, so we were headed towards the place that we knew we were going to go.

Do you know which one of them lives and which one of them dies?
RHIMES:
Yes. And I don’t know that you should be saying “which one of them lives and which one of them dies.” I know what happens to the characters.

Have you shared this information with Katherine and TR?
RHIMES:
[Silence] I don’t want to answer that. I don’t want to talk about my private conversations with the actors.

Katherine said in a recent interview that she was as much in the dark about Izzie’s fate as anyone. Do you keep this stuff close to the vest in order to prevent leaks?
RHIMES:
There was a joke for a while there that if I got hit by a bus [no one would] know how to end the season. I do feel like a secret’s not a secret if anybody knows about it. It was really about trying to keep the storyline as secret as possible, because I wanted the last moment of the season to be a real surprise.

Did TR ask to be released from his contract?
RHIMES:
I absolutely am not going to talk about any private conversations I had with the actors. I feel like that invades their privacy.

Why haven’t we seen very much of George this season? I understand that there are ebbs and flows on ensemble dramas but…
RHIMES:
There are ebbs and flows. Every character this season has had a lot of ebbs and flows. And every season is shaped differently. With George, I really wanted you to not notice that he wasn’t there for most of this episode. I don’t think anybody noticed because of the way we laid it out this season. He’s an incredibly talented actor. And, actually, he was really lovely and elegant about lying there in all that very painful makeup and prosthetics for much of the episode with no words. That moment where he grabs Meredith’s hand is one of the most affecting moments of the episode, and it was without words.

There was criticism that the Denny hallucinations went on too long without an explanation. Looking back, do you regret not revealing Izzie’s diagnosis sooner?
RHIMES:
Do I regret it? No. As writers, we had a lot of fun figuring out how we were going to tell that story. I don’t regret anything we’ve done. Every season is a learning process for me. This is my first television show. Granted, I’ve done five seasons now, but it’s still my first television show. As we head into season 6 everything is still a learning experience for me. It’s been a great, crazy experiment that has happened fairly publicly, but, for me, it’s been my learning process.

There was a period there where the show was being relentless mocked, especially where the “ghost sex” was concerned. Did you ever take it personally?
RHIMES:
You’re the first person to tell me that, because I, of course, don’t read a lot of press. One thing we’ve gotten used to is being in the public eye and we learned to let everything roll off our backs. We knew where we were going; we had a road map. The rest of the audience didn’t know where we were going. We all thought it was really surprising that anybody thought there was a ghost on our show. We’re a medical show. We thought it was surprising that anybody would look at it and go, “Gee, that’s a ghost.” So that was surprising to us. But, other than that, we took it with a grain of salt.

Did the network stick by you during the initial backlash?
RHIMES:
Yes. [ABC president] Steve [McPherson] and I sat down and talked about what we were going to do before we did it, and figured out how many episodes and everything. I’m in constant contact [with him].

Will Katherine be putting her name back in the Emmy race this season?
RHIMES:
You know, I don’t know. I think she did beautiful work. I think she always does beautiful work.

Did Meredith and Derek really get married last night?
RHIMES:
Their wedding was a Post-it note. We had a big series of discussions about it in the writers’ room. I felt very strongly — very very strongly — that the last thing Meredith Grey would do is put on a wedding dress and walk down an aisle. It just felt wrong to me, Meredith being Meredith. And the Post-it wedding will have big reverberations next season.

Will we still get an official wedding at some point?
RHIMES:
I think they feel it is an official wedding.

Meredith and Derek fans felt a little cheated by the 100th episode because they were led to believe one thing and they got another.
RHIMES:
Yeah, I saw a lot of people felt like, “Oh my god, they promised it was going to be a Meredith and Derek wedding.” I never said it was Meredith and Derek’s wedding, I said it was their wedding day.

Have you figured out how you’re going to work around Ellen Pompeo’s maternity leave next season?
RHIMES:
We’re actually still talking about that. The writers have disbanded for the season and we’re going to come back together at the beginning of June, so we’re still talking about what we’re going to do and what that’s going to mean. Her maternity leave doesn’t actually come into play until later this season. We will have shot a number of episodes by that point. [And] Ellen is extraordinarily optimistic about what she’s going to be able to do. She’s such a trouper and I’m really am grateful to her for it. We’ll take it as it comes.

Will Jessica Capshaw be promoted to a series regular next season?
RHIMES:
I can’t say because we have not renewed anybody’s contract for next season yet.

Are you happy with Jessica Capshaw?
RHIMES:
I love Jessica Capshaw. And when I say love I mean love. She couldn’t be a more wonderful person, and I feel like the chemistry Arizona and Callie have feels like the Meredith and Derek chemistry to me. I find them delightful to watch.

Last question: Looking back at this season, what are you most proud of, and what’s the one thing you would have done differently?
RHIMES:
There are a lot of things I’m proud of this season. I feel like the cast was clicking on all cylinders. I love the addition of Kevin McKidd and Jessica Capshaw. Those were additions that really worked for us. For me, I feel like this was the season where I found my joy in the show again. You do all these episodes of television and there are ebbs and flows and, for me, I feel like I really came back to the show in a way that had a lot more energy.

And what would you have done differently?
RHIMES:
That would mean I have to admit that we made some mistakes, and I’m not going to do that. [Laughs]

Come on, you’re human.
RHIMES:
We tried some stuff that didn’t work this season. I wish that we had been able to find Callie a love interest that sparkled sooner, but we found it in the end, so I feel good about that.

In the first part, entitled “Here’s to the Future” (9:00-10:00 p.m.), Izzie spends time with a fellow cancer patient and contemplates whether or not to undergo a risky surgery, as Mark is ready to take his relationship with Lexie to the next level and a patient makes Owen reassess his place at Seattle Grace. In the second part, “Now or Never” (10:00-11:00 p.m.), George delivers stunning news to Bailey, sending shockwaves throughout the hospital, and Izzie’s friends anxiously await her recovery from surgery. Meanwhile Bailey is surprisingly displeased after being accepted into the pediatric fellowship program, and the victim of a near-fatal traffic accident brings the talents of Seattle Grace’s doctors together. Source: ABC

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This Just In: Is Grey’s Anatomy Going to Kill Izzie?

Grey’s Anatomy: Izzie’s illness is even freaking out Grey’s Anatomy boss Shonda Rhimes, who blogged about the 100th episode: “I went up to the editing room when the show was being edited, and I saw my first images of Izzie lying in the hospital bed bald. And I started to cry. And I said to Susan Vaill, our brilliant editor, I said, ‘Ummm…I think Izzie is really sick.’ And she hollered at me ‘You made her sick!’…But here’s the thing. Until I saw my Izzie, bald and pale and wheezing in that bed…I mean, she’s sick. She’s really sick.  And I didn’t see it coming. My brain got ahead of my heart on this one.” In happier, potentially less-fatal news, Shonda also tweeted that there is “some good Cristina/Owen coming up too.” Source: Kristin on E!Online

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Series creator Shonda Rhimes reportedly told her cast that “life-changing things” are in store for every major Seattle Gracer. Now, Shonda being Shonda, details are scarce. What we do know is that the two-hour finale’s guest-star roster includes Debra Mooney (Everwood) and Liza Weil (Gilmore Girls), respectively playing Owen’s mother and a cancer patient who bonds with Izzie. Among the twists you can count on are a reveal that paves the way for T.R. Knight’s possible exit, and a surprising declaration from one of the interns. Source: TV Guide Online

Preview of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ 2-Hour Season 5 Finale

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In ‘Here’s to Future Days’ and ‘Now or Never’, friends are anxiously waiting for Izzie’s recovery from surgery while George gives a shocking news.

Preview of 'Grey's Anatomy' 2-Hour Season 5 Finale See larger image Thursday, May 14 will be the two-hour finale event of ““. After spending time with a fellow cancer patient, Izzie contemplates whether or not to move forward with a risky surgery, and George delivers some stunning news that sends shockwaves through the hospital. In the first part “Here’s to Future Days” that airs 9/8c, Izzie spends time with a fellow cancer patient and contemplates whether or not to undergo a risky surgery, as Mark is ready to take his relationship with Lexie to the next level and a patient makes Owen reassess his place at Seattle Grace.

Airing right after that at 10/9c is “Now or Never”. George delivers stunning news to Bailey, sending shockwaves throughout the hospital, and Izzie’s friends anxiously await her recovery from surgery. Meanwhile Bailey is surprisingly displeased after being accepted into the pediatric fellowship program, and the victim of a near-fatal traffic accident brings the talents of Seattle Grace’s doctors together. As of what to be expected from the finale before it returns for a sixth season, shared to E! Online, ” …we do ultimately find out what (happens with) George -he does make a big decision in that episode. Izzie has a lot of medical (issues) in that episode. And then we have our normal ER catastrophe that goes on. It’s got to be something bad going on where all the doctors have to assemble. That much I know.”

Episode 5.24 – Now or Never – Promotional Photos

Grey’s Anatomy: See the Shocking Finale Photos

Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo, Grey's Anatomy So much is happening in this year’s finale of Grey’s Anatomy. Meredith and Derek are possibly getting married, George has a huge decision to make and Izzie’s close to kicking the bucket. On top of all that, Chandra Wilson says there’s a catastrophe in the hospital that brings all the doctors together. Could this season finale be any more action-packed? Take a sneak peek at all the excitement and misery in our Grey’s Anatomy season finale gallery. And is that a dying Izzie (Katherine Heigl) in the gallery? You’ll have to click one of the thumbnails below to find out.

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Grey’s Anatomy Finale: “Nobody Is Gonna Want to Miss It”

Chyler Leigh Source: Kristin on E!Online

She had a healthy baby girl last Thursday, but Grey’s Anatomy star Chyler Leigh was still ready and willing to do interviews this week in advance of Thursday’s climactic finale. What a trouper! Chyler answered your burning fan Q’s about Lexie’s career, love life (going strong), family ties and, of course, about what we can expect in the big Grey’s finale airing this Thursday on ABC.

Things with Mer and Lex seem to be going strong. Do you expect that to continue?
There was that kind of desperation, a puppy-dog quality, at first. Lexie has such a great family dynamic that it’s like, “Of course, why wouldn’t you want to be my sister?” But for Meredith, Lexie coming in—it was like a record scratch. But as far as I know, the relationship between the sisters continues to get better. Lexie’s been growing a lot, and I think there will be more of the mutual respect between the two of them.

Is Lexie at peace with Thatcher now, following his 12-step amends-making?
Lexie and her dad have such a great bond anyway that the apology was a much bigger deal to Lexie than to Meredith. Meredith was more like “too little, too late.” As far as Lexie goes, for him to come in and have an apology made a really big difference.

How would you compare and contrast Lexie’s infatuation with George earlier in the year with her feelings with for Marc Sloan now?
George was the first person who actually cared about her and made her feel like a person. When she first started to have feelings for him, I think they were genuine, but I think there was more of an infatuation factor, because it wasn’t reciprocated. You can’t have what you want sometimes, and that came into play. I think as far as Sloan, it was so out of left field, but from the get-go she never had a problem saying what she felt or what she thought to him. I think for some reason he gave her an instant confidence that she didn’t necessarily have with anybody else, and it kind of caused her to be more open and be more forward. The feelings she has with Mark are definitely genuine. It’s not an infatuation, and it’s certainly not to further her career or advance her, because she technically doesn’t need that help—she’s smart, and she’s got the photographic memory so she doesn’t need the help as far as her career goes. Her feelings for Sloan are definitely genuine.

Will there be more screen time for the Lexie-Sloan storyline next season?
Definitely. There definitely will be more of them next season.

Is there anyone you’d like to do more scenes with whom you haven’t really worked with yet?
I actually haven’t had a lot of scenes with Cristina! I’m like, “Wait a minute, she’s my resident!” But I’ve kind of been all over the place with everybody else. I’d definitely love to see [things with Cristina] come back around again, but I have had a lot of good scenes with Izzie and actually Callie. That’s been a lot of fun.

How are you feeling about being a Grey’s Anatomy castmember at this point?
I’ve been doing the show two full seasons now, and it’s a landmark and a breakthrough for me. Really, just to have gotten past 13 episodes was a major triumph for me in my career. I’ve got through a lot of pilots or a lot of nine-episode or 13-episode [jobs] and then that’s it, so to be part of something this long-lived, let alone something that is as well-received and well-respected as this show, that’s been very exciting for me.

Last but not least, is there anything you can tease about the season-five finale of Grey’s Anatomy?
And as far as the finale goes, the most that I can say is that there are a lot of unexpected twists and turns that happen in this episode. It is very very powerful episode and nobody is gonna want to miss it. There is a lot of key plotlines and a lot of answered questions and then more questions raised.

Are “Sexie” fans hoping for one last Sloan-Lexie scene in the finale? Got any other Grey’s Anatomy wishes you’d like to share in the comments?

The two-hour season finale episode of Grey’s Anatomy season five airs Thursday at 9 p.m. on ABC.

Grey’s Anatomy: Izzie’s Life Hangs on One Decision

Izzie Stevens (Katherine Heigl) has quite the catch-22 on her hands. On the one hand, if she goes through with Derek’s surgery, she may lose her memory and ability to work as a surgeon. On the other hand, if she doesn’t have the surgery, she’ll most likely die, which also means she won’t be a surgeon anymore. Rough break. These are what season finale cliffhangers are meant for, people! Izzie can’t make her deadly decision, Cristina (Sandra Oh) and Owen (Kevin McKidd) are trying to find happiness and Matt Saracen (Zach Gilford) is begging Hunt to cut off his leg. Yeah, that’s not a joke, but at least our favorite quarterback is on TV again. Check out more sneak peeks from Thursday’s season finale of Grey’s Anatomy below. “Here’s to the Future” airs Thursday at 9 p.m. on ABC. Source: Kristin on E!Online

What can you spill about the Grey’s Anatomy season finale? Are we definitely saying goodbye to George and T.R. Knight? MATT: Yes, there are rumors swirling that the finale not only paves the way for George’s departure from Seattle Grace, but perhaps also his exit from this plane of existence as well. I presented said scuttlebutt to Chyler Leigh (who plays Lexie), and asked if she feels she has shared the Grey’s set with Knight a final time. “Not that I know of,” she said, adding: “I’m not even sure T.R. knows [what the future holds]. I don’t think anybody knows what’s going to happen.” Well, nobody except Shonda, that is. Source: TV Guide Online

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Grey’s Finale Preview: Does Mark Have a Big Surprise for Little Grey?

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When it comes to promoting Grey’s Anatomy‘s two-hour season finale (airing Thursday at 9 pm/ET, ABC), Chyler Leigh delivers… and then some. Not two weeks after welcoming her third child into the world, Leigh took to talking up the season-ender, in which big twists surely are ahead for the likes of Izzie and perhaps George, sure, but also Lexie and her sweet romance with Mark. Here, Leigh offers a glimpse at what’s on tap this week, reflects on the romance that was not meant to be, and shares her take on two possible goodbyes.

TVGuide.com: You’re such a trouper. You just had a kid, and yet here you are out promoting the season finale.
Chyler Leigh:
Hey, I love what I do so…

TVGuide.com: How was this pregnancy versus your previous ones?
Leigh:
Oh, it was wonderful. It was my third baby, so I knew more about what was to be expected and listening to my body and whatnot. Yet while it was easier in a lot of ways, this was the first time where I worked throughout the entire pregnancy. And it will be the last time! But everybody was so cool on the set, bringing me stools to sit on, and bringing me water….

TVGuide.com: Does a part of you wish Grey’s had written it into your storyline?
Leigh:
You know, at first I was like, “That’d be a really great thing,” but looking back, I’m glad they didn’t. It would have been way too much too soon [for Lexie and Mark].

TVGuide.com: Did you enjoy the episode where they had Lexie binge-eating?
Leigh:
Oh god. [Laughs] When that first came up, I was like, “OK, I get it.” But I swear I gained an extra three pounds in that episode.

TVGuide.com: Meredith had that funny line about anxious Lexie’s butt getting “huge.”
Leigh:
Yeah, a big, fat ass. I was like, “That’s sweet. Thanks, guys.”

TVGuide.com: The last time we spoke, you lamented the fact that Mer hadn’t yet warmed up to her half-sister. You must be happy they have since reached a détente.
Leigh:
Yeah, I’m really glad that they developed that more. I’m such a fan of the show anyway, but when she asked Lexie to be a bridesmaid, that was such a huge thing in their relationship. From Lexie’s perspective, to be a part of something that big really took their relationship to the next level.

TVGuide.com: What’s going on with Meredith’s wedding anyway?
Leigh:
They’re still planning on getting married; it’s just a matter of when and how.

TVGuide.com: I must tell you that about half the mail our Mega Buzz column gets is about Lexie and Mark. Why do you think they have struck such a chord?
Leigh:
I think it was just so unexpected. For me personally, when I found out about the storyline, I was like, “What? I don’t get it.” But you’re now seeing these two characters individually grow. There’s only so much of the “manwhore” story you can do, as far as Mark goes, and keep it interesting.

TVGuide.com: Yeah, Eric Dane must have welcomed this story as well.
Leigh:
It’s far more interesting when you see somebody accepting change, and being proactive about it. Because the relationship between them is so new and unexpected, it raises the maturity level in both of them.

TVGuide.com: So what’s next for them? What’s the next big step after his meeting Papa Grey?
Leigh:
Well… that comes up in the finale. I can’t tell you what it is specifically, but it does definitely throw Lexie off, when Mark wants to take it to the next level. She’s got all of her ducks in a row as far as what she wants for her career. Now, to have fallen into a relationship that she wasn’t expecting, throws some of those plans off. It will be interesting to see what happens next season.

TVGuide.com: For all those Mark-Lexie fans, will the season end for them on a high note or a low one?
Leigh:
Oh, it’ll end on a high note. It is definitely good.

TVGuide.com: Last week when Lexie was helping George with the traumas, I literally had to remind myself that those two were on the cusp of romance last fall. Were you disappointed that story got dropped?
Leigh:
At first I was. I was like, “Wait a minute? What happened?” I think, though, that the reality was that George was the first person who cared about her, in any way, and gave her any sort of positive affirmation or welcome to the hospital. He was the first smiling face that she saw, and there was an infatuation factor in that — “I want to keep that around; I need that from somebody.” But the depth to it wasn’t as genuine as what we’re seeing with Mark.

TVGuide.com: There are rumors that the season finale features a big — perhaps tragic — development for George. Is it possible that you’ve had your last scene with T.R. Knight?
Leigh:
Not that I know of. Not that I know of. I know nothing, and it’s still too early to say; we literally just wrapped [production]. I haven’t been told anything, and I’m not even sure T.R. knows, or even what’s going on with [regards to] Katie [Heigl] and all that stuff, I don’t know if anybody knows what’s going to happen.

TVGuide.com: So, as far as you know, you expect to see the same ol’ gang on the set next season?
Leigh:
As far as I know!

Exclusive: ‘Grey’s’ boss on finale’s Izzie-George shocker, Mer-Der ‘wedding,’ and more!

Source: The Ausiello Files

Greysanatomy_lMaybe you just watched the season finale of Grey’s Anatomy. And maybe you’re freaking out. Oh, who am I kidding, you are freaking out. Well, good news: Mike Ausiello got off the phone with series creator Shonda Rhimes and obtained exclusive intel on last night’s jaw-dropping climax. Will Izzie and John Doe George survive? Was that really Meredith and Derek’s wedding we witnessed? Is Jessica Capshaw here to stay? Yep. Rhimes answered all those questions and even found time to address the “ghost sex” controversy, Katherine Heigl’s Emmy chances, TR Knight’s alleged unhappiness, and more.

Rumors have been swirling all year that Katherine and TR wanted off the show. The season ends with both their characters’ lives hanging in the balance. Purely coincidental?
SHONDA RHIMES:
I don’t think there are any coincidences. I think Katherine’s stated publicly that she’s happy to stay. I think that there have been lots of rumors about TR, but TR’s never said anything. Take from it what you will.

This kind of cliffhanger almost seems tailor-made to capitalize on some of those headlines and generate buzz.
RHIMES:
You have to remember, I have two shows. It’s not as if I spend a lot of time reading the press. We talk about stuff in the writers’ room that other people have read, but, mostly, we were really moving on character. Every year at the beginning of the season I pitch what the end of the season is going to be. And I literally sat down and pitched the last 10 minutes of this season at the beginning of the season, so we were headed towards the place that we knew we were going to go.

Do you know which one of them lives and which one of them dies?
RHIMES:
Yes. And I don’t know that you should be saying “which one of them lives and which one of them dies.” I know what happens to the characters.

Have you shared this information with Katherine and TR?
RHIMES:
[Silence] I don’t want to answer that. I don’t want to talk about my private conversations with the actors.

Katherine said in a recent interview that she was as much in the dark about Izzie’s fate as anyone. Do you keep this stuff close to the vest in order to prevent leaks?
RHIMES:
There was a joke for a while there that if I got hit by a bus [no one would] know how to end the season. I do feel like a secret’s not a secret if anybody knows about it. It was really about trying to keep the storyline as secret as possible, because I wanted the last moment of the season to be a real surprise.

Did TR ask to be released from his contract?
RHIMES:
I absolutely am not going to talk about any private conversations I had with the actors. I feel like that invades their privacy.

Why haven’t we seen very much of George this season? I understand that there are ebbs and flows on ensemble dramas but…
RHIMES:
There are ebbs and flows. Every character this season has had a lot of ebbs and flows. And every season is shaped differently. With George, I really wanted you to not notice that he wasn’t there for most of this episode. I don’t think anybody noticed because of the way we laid it out this season. He’s an incredibly talented actor. And, actually, he was really lovely and elegant about lying there in all that very painful makeup and prosthetics for much of the episode with no words. That moment where he grabs Meredith’s hand is one of the most affecting moments of the episode, and it was without words.

There was criticism that the Denny hallucinations went on too long without an explanation. Looking back, do you regret not revealing Izzie’s diagnosis sooner?
RHIMES:
Do I regret it? No. As writers, we had a lot of fun figuring out how we were going to tell that story. I don’t regret anything we’ve done. Every season is a learning process for me. This is my first television show. Granted, I’ve done five seasons now, but it’s still my first television show. As we head into season 6 everything is still a learning experience for me. It’s been a great, crazy experiment that has happened fairly publicly, but, for me, it’s been my learning process.

There was a period there where the show was being relentless mocked, especially where the “ghost sex” was concerned. Did you ever take it personally?
RHIMES:
You’re the first person to tell me that, because I, of course, don’t read a lot of press. One thing we’ve gotten used to is being in the public eye and we learned to let everything roll off our backs. We knew where we were going; we had a road map. The rest of the audience didn’t know where we were going. We all thought it was really surprising that anybody thought there was a ghost on our show. We’re a medical show. We thought it was surprising that anybody would look at it and go, “Gee, that’s a ghost.” So that was surprising to us. But, other than that, we took it with a grain of salt.

Did the network stick by you during the initial backlash?
RHIMES:
Yes. [ABC president] Steve [McPherson] and I sat down and talked about what we were going to do before we did it, and figured out how many episodes and everything. I’m in constant contact [with him].

Will Katherine be putting her name back in the Emmy race this season?
RHIMES:
You know, I don’t know. I think she did beautiful work. I think she always does beautiful work.

Did Meredith and Derek really get married last night?
RHIMES:
Their wedding was a Post-it note. We had a big series of discussions about it in the writers’ room. I felt very strongly — very very strongly — that the last thing Meredith Grey would do is put on a wedding dress and walk down an aisle. It just felt wrong to me, Meredith being Meredith. And the Post-it wedding will have big reverberations next season.

Will we still get an official wedding at some point?
RHIMES:
I think they feel it is an official wedding.

Meredith and Derek fans felt a little cheated by the 100th episode because they were led to believe one thing and they got another.
RHIMES:
Yeah, I saw a lot of people felt like, “Oh my god, they promised it was going to be a Meredith and Derek wedding.” I never said it was Meredith and Derek’s wedding, I said it was their wedding day.

Have you figured out how you’re going to work around Ellen Pompeo’s maternity leave next season?
RHIMES:
We’re actually still talking about that. The writers have disbanded for the season and we’re going to come back together at the beginning of June, so we’re still talking about what we’re going to do and what that’s going to mean. Her maternity leave doesn’t actually come into play until later this season. We will have shot a number of episodes by that point. [And] Ellen is extraordinarily optimistic about what she’s going to be able to do. She’s such a trouper and I’m really am grateful to her for it. We’ll take it as it comes.

Will Jessica Capshaw be promoted to a series regular next season?
RHIMES:
I can’t say because we have not renewed anybody’s contract for next season yet.

Are you happy with Jessica Capshaw?
RHIMES:
I love Jessica Capshaw. And when I say love I mean love. She couldn’t be a more wonderful person, and I feel like the chemistry Arizona and Callie have feels like the Meredith and Derek chemistry to me. I find them delightful to watch.

Last question: Looking back at this season, what are you most proud of, and what’s the one thing you would have done differently?
RHIMES:
There are a lot of things I’m proud of this season. I feel like the cast was clicking on all cylinders. I love the addition of Kevin McKidd and Jessica Capshaw. Those were additions that really worked for us. For me, I feel like this was the season where I found my joy in the show again. You do all these episodes of television and there are ebbs and flows and, for me, I feel like I really came back to the show in a way that had a lot more energy.

And what would you have done differently?
RHIMES:
That would mean I have to admit that we made some mistakes, and I’m not going to do that. [Laughs]

Come on, you’re human.
RHIMES:
We tried some stuff that didn’t work this season. I wish that we had been able to find Callie a love interest that sparkled sooner, but we found it in the end, so I feel good about that.

Supernatural Episode Recap 4.21 “When the Levee Breaks”

Supernatural: Episode Recap 4.21 “When the Levee Breaks”

THEN: Dean was grossed out by seeing Sam feed on demon blood, so he tricked him into Uncle Bobby’s panic room and locked him in for some detox.

NOW: There’s no typical Supernatural teaser as Sam is still stuck in the panic room.  He demands that Dean let him out, but  big brother refuses.  They revisit the same old debate about how Sam is doing this in order to become strong enough to kill Lilith.  Dean thinks he and Bobby can do it on their own.  Has Dean ever met Lilith?  If he has, he’d know that’s just not a possibility.

While detoxing, Sam is visited by four hallucinations.  The first is Alastair, who is just as creepy and funny as always, even in Sam’s delusion, cutting into the boy and making Sam scream out in pain.

Upstairs, Dean and Bobby enjoy some whiskey to drown out the pain of hearing Sam’s screams.  A fellow hunter named Rufus calls and Bobby tells him to “suck dirt.”  Uncle Bobby certainly has a way with words.  Rufus calls back to let Bobby know it’s serious.  Seals are being broken at an alarming rate, and Bobby isn’t so sure detoxing Sam is the right decision with the apocalypse coming fast.

Dean has some questions of his own, so he goes outside to scream for Castiel.  After a few hours, Cas shows up and Dean wants to know what happened when he got called back up to Heaven for an “ass reaming.”  Cas can’t say, but he does believe that Dean is the one who will stop Lucifer, not Sam, so he has Dean accept Jesus Christ as his personal lord and savior.

Downstairs, Sam is visited by his second hallucination: himself.  It’s Young Sam, and he’s angry that his older self has abandoned their quest to be normal.  Things get ultra-creepy when Young Sam shows something dark inside by flashing some Yellow Eyes.

The third ghost is none other than Mama Winchester.  After Dean got the chance to hang out with their mom in “In the Beginning,” I’m happy Sam is getting the chance, even if it’s a hallucination.  Mama isn’t angry like the others, she’s just so proud of her baby boy for doing what needs to be done.  She thinks that Sam is more brave than Dean because he knows what’s best, even though there’s something evil inside of him.

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Supernatural Episode Recap: “The Rapture”

Supernatural‘s Misha Collins got to show off his range in “The Rapture,” an episode where we learned about Castiel’s human vessel. But even above and beyond this sad, sad story, Dean finally found out Sam’s big secret. We were first introduced to Castiel in the season premiere. Over the course of the season, we saw an angel who slowly but surely started to show glimpses of humanity. Uriel even let it be known that Cas had sort of a soft spot for Dean. And in “The Monster at the End of this Book” the angel helped Dean win a battle over Lilith who was trying to seduce and make a deal with Sam. I guess that was enough to get Castiel in trouble with the angel powers that be….read more

Supernatural: Episode Recap  4.20 “The Rapture”

THEN: An angel named Castiel brought Dean out of Hell, adding yet another handsome face to the world of Supernatural.

NOW: Dean’s sitting on the dock of the bay, just fishing.  Castiel pops by to let him know this is a dream and that they have something important to discuss.  But Dean’s head isn’t a safe place, so Cas tells Dean to meet him at a special location.

Dean wakes up and goes with Sam, but the location looks more like a war zone.  They find Cas and wake him up, but he’s no angel.  Castiel has left the building and now it’s Jimmy.  Symbols on the wall suggest an all-out angel battle royale, but all Jimmy remember is a bright light and then he was him again.

Jimmy doesn’t remember why Cas wanted to talk to Dean, so now the brothers are stuck babysitting an odd dude who used to be an angel.  Jimmy eats about three tons of food before telling his story.  One year ago he was a simple, pious man in Illinois with a wife and kid.  One night he fell asleep in front of the TV and it suddenly released a piercing noise that drove Jimmy crazy….READ FULL RECAP

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Episode Recap: 100th episode Izzie and Alex’s wedding ‘What a Difference a Day Makes?’

‘Grey’s Anatomy’: 100th episode: Izzie and Alex’s wedding

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

Wedding Day:
“You never know the biggest day of your life is going to be the biggest,” says a weak Izzie, pale, scarf-wearing bald at the start of the episode — which immediately telegraphs that something is not what we’ve been led to believe it was going to be. In fact, it starts as a normal day at work (who works on their wedding day?) — with Derek giving Meredith a solo surgery as her wedding present. Nice. Izzie excitedly tells Bailey and Alex about the wedding she planned — she can’t wait to go, though Alex is concerned about her being physically strong enough to attend. But she’s a bridesmaid! Wooo!!

Then they leave, and Denny’s there, dressed in a black shirt — which he really shouldn’t be, unless he’s ready to bust out with a very special version of “Ring of Fire.” I mean come on, guys — not subtle. Izzie tells Derek about Denny’s return, and Bailey takes her for an MRI. Izzie knows it’s a tumor, and tells Bailey Denny’s standing right there. “You tell Denny Duquette I say go home,” Bailey says. The worst part is the stricken look of resignation in Izzie’s eyes.

The MRI’s clear — but Izzie knows something’s up, and to their credit, Bailey and Derek listen to her, coming up with a way to try to map the hallucination on an EEG the same way they do a seizure. Then they can tell what part of the brain is affected, and find the tumor. Izzie has to work to bring him back, but there’s Denny — she’s come to associate him with death, and Alex with the future, and with love. It’s a tiny tumor on the temporal lobe, which wouldn’t show up on a normal MRI — and Derek can’t get to it. I wish there was something I could do for her, Derek tells Bailey. Which is when Bailey suggests making it Izzie’s wedding day. At this point we need to give it up for KorbiTV, who saw this coming a mile away.

Derek raises the idea with Meredith, who, still high from her first solo surgery (despite the Chief’s bothersome “supervision” and hmming about the way she did things and Mark’s … whatever that was), buys right in. She finds Alex, who’s distraught over the new tumor and the realization that Izzie really could die, and pitches the idea. A little while later, Meredith turns up in Izzie’s room as she’s getting ready to head to the church, curlers in her hair, wedding gown over her arm, telling Izzie that this isn’t her dress. Then Alex comes in, gorgeously dressed like a groom, and …. da dum da dum….

It’s a great wedding. Meredith is Alex’s best man, Christina is Izzie’s maid of honor, and George steps up brilliantly to help Izzie when she falters halfway down the aisle. Alex completely rips off his vows from one of his patients (more on that in a minute), and it ends up being really touching. But when it’s over, Izzie has to go back to the hospital — and reality sets in. Her hair’s really falling out, and the gravity of everything she’s facing sets in just a little more. Then she asks Denny to leave her alone with her husband.

Graduation Day: But the drama started much earlier in the day. Callie’s taking an extra shift covering the ER to make some cash, and totally jinxes things by telling George and Alex it’s looking like a quiet day. The traumas start rolling in — a semi jackknifed and hit an SUV full of college kids on their way to their graduation. A girl and two boys come in — they’re all worried about their friends, and one boy keeps asking what happened to his girlfriend, who was in the car one minute and gone the next. You know what goes down then. The first kid crashes. The second boy stabilizes before going for tests, and the girl — the valedictorian — is in shock and panicking. All she’s ever done is school; she put “life” on hold for it. Today was the day her life was supposed to start.

One by one the other kids come in with horrific injuries. George is absolutely commanding — so so good to see him playing an integral role — and calm under pressure. But one by one his patients go south, and he asks Hunt to take him off the ER. While he has to declare the girlfriend of the second boy a DOA, Alex talks to Becca, the valedictorian, as she’s getting prepped for surgery. He ignores her request to find out how her friends are, and instead asks her to give her speech. And it’s a wonderful speech — all about how today is the day when her life begins, when she becomes a grown-up, when she becomes accountable to someone else, ready to take on all the possibilities of life. This is all the stuff Alex swipes for his vows later on, but here in particular, it works. And in the end, she makes it — the sole survivor.

George takes it hard — every patient he worked on died. But Hunt explains that trauma is about being where you’re needed and doing what you can. He’s clearly been affected by all of the carnage as well, as has Cristina (Keep your eyes on Owen and Cristina — they’re clearly not done yet, and I remain a giant sucker for Kevin McKidd’s sad longing.). In the end, Becca is amazed to see Lexie, who’s tending to her, crying. Lexie, who’s worked with George all day and uses that doe-eyed expressive look to the hilt, replies, “You’re breathing.” We’re all hanging on by a thread, it turns out.

Grey’s Anatomy: Episode Recap 5.21 “No Good At Saying Sorry”

Katherine Heigl and Sharon Lawrence - Grey's Anatomy Grey’s Anatomy. begins tonight with an opening shot of the beautiful Puget Sound. Meredith’s voiceover and the title of the episode indicates it’s all about saying you’re sorry. All of Izzie’s friends are crowded around Izzie’s bed, sampling chicken skewers for her as part of the wedding preparations. She might be having surgery today so she is not allowed to eat anything, so she has to depend on everyone else’s taste buds in order to pick the appetizers. Everyone is driving her nuts, though, because they say things like, “The chicken tastes like chicken.” Izzie is anxious to get the menu nailed down so that she can put it on the wedding website that she set up for Meredith and Derek. (Meredith is all, “What, now? There’s a website??”) Derek emerges from the bathroom wearing his morning coat, clearly uncomfortable…..READ FULL RECAP

Grey’s Anatomy Episode Recap: “No Good at Saying Sorry (One More Chance)”

This week on Grey’s Anatomy, we get a look at how some of our favorite docs feel about their parents when Izzie’s mom surfaces by surprise and Mer and Lexie’s dad returns with an important agenda. Meanwhile, Callie struggles with her own parental issues after her father cuts her off….
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America’s Next Top Model Spoilers: Cycle 12 Finale!

America’s Next Top Model Cycle 12: Finale Recap

Source: Reality Wanted

This week on America’s Next Top Model, it was the final episode of the season! Three girls remain: Allison, Aminat and Teyona. They received scripts and realized that they would be shooting their CoverGirl commercial. When they got to the set, they found out they were doing both a commercial and a photo shoot. Aminat was the first one to shoot the commercial and did a good job minus the fact that her personality was lacking. Her eyes weren’t showing any emotion either. Allison forgot her lines in front of the camera but managed to pull through. Teyona got caught up in her nerves and she started crying.

The next day, it was time for the first elimination of the episode. Teyona made it clear in the commercial that she was nervous but her photo really connected. Allison’s commercial wasn’t bad and her photo was beautiful. Aminat got some claps for her commercial but her photo wasn’t up to par with her commercial which lead to her elimination.

The two finalists, Allison and Teyona, went straight to a photo shoot for Seventeen magazine. Whichever girl wins America’s Next Top Model will have her photo on the cover of the magazine.

It is time for the final runway walk for Rosa Cha to determine the winner of America’s Next Top Model. Teyona looked great in her bathing suit and Allison did a surprisingly great job. The last part of the show, the girls were painted in black and had to crawl across the runway. It was a very artsy but weird end to a runway show.

The girls finished the show and went straight to the final elimination. Allison made Tyra shocked and amazed with her walk. Teyona’s walk felt a bit robotic at times but when she put her hands on her hips she owned the runway. The judges deliberated intensely and now for the moment we have all been waiting for…drum roll please!

And the winner is…TEYONA!!!

(Image courtesy of The CW)

Top Model Judge Paulina Porizkova Gets Fired

Source: TV Guide

America’s Next Top Model judge Paulina Porizkova says she’s been fired from the reality competition series. Only one night before the Season 12 finale of America’s Next Top Model (Wednesday at 8 pm/ET on CW), Porizkova told late night host Craig Ferguson she was axed — on her birthday, no less. “Listen, do you know why I am in Los Angeles … because I am looking for a job because I was fired by America’s Next Top Model on my birthday,” said Porizkova. So why did the model, who replaced model Twiggy in Season 10, get the boot? “The reason I was told I was fired was because it seemed that America’s Top Model has gotten too fat, and they needed to cut some fat. And the fat was me.” The fat is metaphorical, of course: Porizkova is still practically a stick figure. Porizkova also said the show’s producers felt she had an “ego problem” of which she was unaware.

‘America’s Next Top Model’ Cycle 12 Finale Preview

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
‘America’s Next Top Model’ is down to three and they have to work out CoverGirl commercial shoot before crawling on the runway.'America's Next Top Model' Cycle 12 Finale Preview
See larger image With Celia being the latest kicked-out contestant of ““, three remain to steal the crown next week. Aminat, Allison and Teyona will face the CoverGirl challenge in the finale and only two will strut their moves in the show’s “most provocative” runways. On the Wednesday, May 6 episode, Celia was in the bottom two along with Aminat. The judges were complaining of Celia’s old look which could be a problem when she has to do the cover for Seventeen magazine. So they admitted Aminat in, with the warning that she has got to work it in the photo shoots. The finale for the 12th cycle will air on Wednesday, May 13. They have to complete their CoverGirl commercial before one is eliminated. Then, the two finalists shoot their Seventeen magazine cover, and show the judges their fiercest moves when they, literally, crawl down the final runway.

Ugly Betty Episode Recap 3.21: ‘The Born Identity’

‘Ugly Betty’: Be my baby

Source: Zap2it.com Recaps

Being a good friend, Betty consoles Christina after the DNA test proved baby William was actually Wilhelmina’s. Imagine Betty’s surprise then, when William is stolen at Mode, and it turns out Christina is the baby-napper. You see, Xtina believes that Wil faked the DNA results (okay, which one of you readers called it?), and that William is actually hers and Stuart’s.

After a madcap run from the law and finding sanctuary at the Suarez household, Betty and Christina with William in tow call upon a higher power: Claire (cue angelic chorus). She arranges for another test to be administered, but at the last minute, cops (alerted by Marc who was eavesdropping) arrive on the scene. Later, Betty somehow appeals to Wil’s better nature (as if), and Wilhelmina holds a press conference to reveal that ach, William is a good Scottish laddie after all.

While all this is happening, Meade has been preparing to wow investor Cal Hartley with an awesome presentation, complete with omelet bar (really, if anyone wooed me with a food bar, I’m theirs). The presentation — with Mr. Hartley’s reluctant acquiescence — is put on hold, however, when the William-napping is discovered.

The next day when all the baby stuff is resolved, the Meades try to fire Wilhelmina since she no longer has a legal/blood hold on the company, but oddly enough, Hartley makes Wil’s position in the company mandatory or he won’t sign. He claims her sharky-ness is what’s important and will balance out the Meades’ niceness, or something lame like that. Whatevs.

Finally, Hilda and Archie‘s relationship deepens as he announces he’s running for Queens borough president and asks her to be on camera with him. It’s a big step, as if he wants her “in his future.” Yes, I’d say so. During the filming of the announcement at the Suarez home is of course when the baby-nappers make their appearance, but nothing goes amiss.

In the end, the saddest thing is that Christina (wah!!!!) and Stuart decide to move back to Scotland with little William. I mean, we knew that Ashley Jensen was leaving “Ugly Betty,” but since Christina was Betty’s only real friend, I’ll certainly feel the loss.

Overall, this was an okay episode that was somewhat unsatisfactory, probably because it’s just set-up for what comes later. I want a more Betty-centric episode with Matt and/or YETI.

Fringe 1st Season Finale Spoilers: There’s More Than One of Everything

Preview to ‘Fringe’ 1st Season Finale: There’s More Than One of Everything

Source: Ace Showbiz TV News
Leonard Nimoy will bring out his character William Bell in the season finale of ‘Fringe’, as highly-anticipated answers are given.Preview to 'Fringe' 1st Season Finale: There's More Than One of Everything
See larger image There is only one episode left for “” before it opens a new chapter with the second season. Next week on May 12, there will be a sudden and unexpected attack on someone with close ties to Fringe Division as well as the return of bioterrorist David Robert Jones.
Also in “There’s More Than One of Everything”, Walter disappears inexplicably but questions that have been looming throughout the season will be answered here as observations are made, and loyalties are tested. “” actor Leonard Nimoy will make his debut in the series as William Bell. Bell became one of the wealthiest men in the world after parting ways with Bishop and founding Massive Dynamic. “He has a great sense of his place in the scheme of things,” Nimoy spoke about the character. “Profoundly successful, very smart…. What’s going to be explored is the story of his relationship with (Bishop), what he wants with (Olivia), what he is intending to do with all this money and power that he has, what are his idiosyncrasies.” A hint about the season finale was provided by who said, “…you get some really good, very satisfying information about one of the, the members on the Fringe team, but of course, you get one answer and then you have a million more questions to ask, but it is a very satisfying answer.” FOX has given an early pick-up for the second season of “Fringe” earlier this week with approximately 22 episodes.

“Look for a very special gravestone and [take note of] whose name is on it,” teases co-executive producer Roberto Orci of the May 12 finale. “My God [I just gave you] a big puzzle piece.” (Michael Ausiello)

Anna Torv said about the finale: “I can’t say anything about the grave. But that’s a big plot [twist]. The grave is the key.” Torv was more forthcoming about the drama coming up for Olivia and Walter. “A whole lot of information starts to come to light about the trials and Olivia’s part in the larger puzzle,” she reveals. “Olivia decides to push Walter to his breaking point in order to get answers. She wants to know what happened to her and what is going on. She pushes a couple of buttons and Walter gets a little out of sorts and reverts to some of his old ways. I’m glad because it would be no fun if Walter fully recovered from his mental illness. People love him because he is eccentric and brilliant.”

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