Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Ausiello: Probably not this season. But next season? You betcha. Exec producer Hart Hansen confirms that the two Bs will "definitely" lock lips for real sometime in Season 4. "I figure, we're going into [our fourth season]," he says, "and we've had the fake kiss. So we need to go to the next step."
Ausiello: Actually, I just double-checked the Ask Ausiello rulebook, and I can leave you hanging. Not only that, but I can even heighten your anxiety if I want. Which reminds me: Did I tell you about the two deaths coming up? One of them occurs in the May 12 episode, the other in the May 19 season finale.
Ausiello: I'm trying to think of something that's bigger than the kiss and the two deaths I just told you about. Oh, here's something: There's a very good chance that the fourth-season premiere will air on Aug. 26 and be two hours long. And that's not the best part. No, the best part is waiting for you in this week's Ausiello Report vodcast!
Ausiello: Two scoops, as it were. The show is hunting for a couple of new regulars: Becky, a hot teenaged hipster, and Catherine, an unusually earthy business bigwig in her early forties. Which leads me to believe that young John is about to get a girlfriend. Because of the new teenager, I mean, not the 40-year-old female Bill Gates. Although, now that I mention it, he does have some mother issues.
Ausiello: Sure did! Sorry for any confusion that caused. Let me make it up to you with some scoop: In the same episode — in a flashback scene that perhaps represents the narrative device's greatest leap in time so far on the series — we'll bear witness to a historic event that has significant repercussions on "present-day" events on the island.
Ausiello: Simmer the frak down, Joel, 'cause I've got some Grade A BSG prattle for you: I hear the search for Earth may not take as long as some people think.
Ausiello: The show held its own in the ratings last Friday, so I'd say its chances are improving.
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Monday, April 28, 2008
Johnny: Is Charles Widmore Ben's constant? Is that why he can't kill him?
Let's ask Michael Emerson, shall we? Said Benry himself: "Wow. That's a new notion to me. Clearly, because of what they know about each other, somehow Widmore is privy to Ben's comings and going. There's something symbiotic there. I don't know if it's physical or temporal or just...I don't know. But that's getting down to the nub of what's going on in the show. I don't know! That's a wonderful notion though." I also asked Michael how long Benjamin and Charles have been acquainted, and he told me, "I mean...sky's the limit on that question. Are they conventionally human?! You might ask. [Or] is there a quality of things being on a loop here? That's the thing that comes up to me every so often." Head. Hurts.
Sasha in Charleston, Ill.: I'm in desperate need of some Heroes scoop. The wait until new episodes is killing me!
Look for a new villain named Joy. Her power is superspeed—she's lightning-fast, like the Flash. Hiro meets her in a museum. He asks her if she has powers and if she is trying to steal some art. She convinces him she's on the up-and-up...and then makes off with a bunch of paintings. She described as a nymph-like character with the speed of a cheetah on, er, speed.
Amber in Jacksonville, Fla.: Got any news on my fave guys from Supernatural?
I just caught a couple of sneak peeks at this week's episode, and I'm with Sam: Daddy-voice or no, Dean is sooo walking into a trap.
Magali in Columbus, Ohio: What's coming up for Sawyer in these last remaining episodes of Lost?
All I know is I'm hearing there's a supersecret Sawyer scene in the finale. I don't know anything about it, but I do suspect/believe it's the game changer that leads to the prophesized end of the time-jumpy flashes on Lost.
Barry in Austin, Texas: As a fellow Keamy hater, I just wanted you to know that he survives until at least the first part of the Lost finale!
Grrr...well, in that case, I hope Michael Emerson/Ben gets his wish and is allowed to pull the trigger on that rat bastard!
Nelson in Atlanta: Any word on Lost?
I'm hearing Charlotte has a big, crazy night scene in the next episode with someone interesting.
Elie in Lincoln, Neb.: You moderated the Paley panel on Moonlight, and I'm stuck in Nebraska, so I count on you to give me the dish! Spill.
I thought the most interesting info was the writers saying that by the middle of season two, CBS willing, we would love Eric Winter's character, even though he was introduced as a third party in the Mick-Beth relationship. And he's not what he seems to be at first, but he's also not a vampire. Hmmm...
Peter in Cardiff, Wales: What's this scoop about a Dollhouse location shoot that you buried in the Lost Redux?
Oh, what? That? You guys don't care about Dollhouse, do you? Hee. Late last week, there was a two-day-long shoot at a Spanish Mission Revival-style duplex in L.A.'s Miracle Mile area—mostly night shots, I believe—and if I had to bet money, I'd say it was serving as Paul's (Tahmoh Penikett) apartment, where Echo and Paul have their meet-cute/meet-complicated and their very first fight scene. Awww...
Saturday, April 26, 2008
Friday, April 25, 2008
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Ausiello: An elaborate ******* scene was shot last week. And I hear all of the Oceanic Six were present and accounted for.
Ausiello: Guess who RSVP'd "Yes" to Locke's flashback episode on May 1? Nestor Carbonell! Meanwhile, my frenemy at E! Online is reporting that Greg Grunberg will reprise his role as Oceanic pilot Seth Norris in the two-hour season finale. Coincidentally, that same episode will feature the introduction of another pilot, a "young Top Gun type" who, per the casting sheet, doesn't like it when his copilot brings Lucky Charms onboard. Or was it a lucky charm? Eh, it was one of those two.
Ausiello: Unfortunately, one of my key BSG moles has dried up and fallen off, so you're going to have to settle for a little scoopbit on Caprica. According to a source close to the spin-off, organized crime will play a big part in the series. Turns out Granddaddy Joseph, whom Lee speaks so highly about on BSG, actually has ties to the Caprican mob. It's only slightly alluded to in the Caprica pilot, but I hear the Sopranos of Caprica funded Joseph's education and, naturally, they expect some favors in return.
Ausiello: Two new players in the war between Scofield and the Company will be introduced in the season premiere. On one side we have Don, an FBI handler who offers Michael a way to bring down the Company once and for all. And on the other side we have Penrab, the Company's top assassin who's waiting on the sidelines for his chance to attack.
Ausiello: Brennan will be juggling two gentlemen suitors in an upcoming episode — one who may or may not be married and one who may or may not be gay.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Episode 3x16 "No Quarter"
Lilith, Sam's demonic rival from "Jus in Bello", reappears and again possesses the body of a young girl. The terrified family is tortured and telekineticly killed one by one... but not before she celebrates her birthday everyday, complete with cake. To save the surviving family members, Dean takes drastic action.
Lynne in Trenton, N.J.: There are a lot of rumors flying around about new Heroes characters for season three. Can you tell me anything concrete?
LOCKE DISCOVERS THE WHEREABOUTS OF JACOB’S CABIN, AND LIFE ABOARD THE FREIGHTER BECOMES DANGEROUS, ON ABC’S “LOST” “Cabin Fever”
Locke is enlightened as to the whereabouts of Jacob’s cabin, and life aboard the freighter becomes perilous, on “Lost,” THURSDAY, MAY 8 (10:02-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Guest starring are Jeff Fahey as Frank Lapidus, Lance Reddick as Matthew Abaddon, Marc Vann as doctor, Kevin Durand as Keamy, Anthony Azizi as Omar, Grant Bowler as Captain Gault, John Terry as Christian Shephard, Holland Roden as Emily, Rebecca Tilney as Emily’s mother, Amanda Carlin as ER nurse, Patrick Torres as ER doctor, Doug Hutchison as Horace Goodspeed, Nestor Carbonell as Richard Alpert, Matthew Pedersen as physical therapist, Mandy June Turpin as Florence, Sarah Duval as Melissa, Charles Henry Wyson as John Locke (age 5), Phil Abrams as Gellert and Caleb Steinmeyer as John Locke (age 16).
“Cabin Fever” was written by Elizabeth Sarnoff & Kyle Pennington and directed by Paul Edwards.
Monday, April 21, 2008
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Friday, April 18, 2008
- Sawyer kills a couple of freighties, saves Claire and Aaron, and escapes with them and Miles thinking he might be able to use Miles as a hostage.
- Miles makes it clear that the freighties dont care about him.
- Ben controls the smoke monster and uses it to kill all the freighties who attack the camp (except Keamy) to Locke's and Hurley's amazement.
- Keamy makes the smoke monster run away with a device that apparently produces some kind of electromagnetic reaction.
- Ben runs away with Hurley and Locke and Alex is shot dead by Keamy.
- Jack realizes Charlotte has been spaeking to the freighter this whole time through another phone and has tells them where Ben is hiding.
Source: Melissa via IMDB