Denny in Addison, Texas: Can you just do an entire spoiler chat on Lost please?
(All the Ghost Whisperer fans get mad if we only cover Lost, so we have to mix it up.) But to keep you busy for now, Ajira Airways has launched and has a special feature for passengers wanting to book a flight. For only $87, Destination: Destiny allows the airline to choose "an unknown fateful destination of your destiny." Reminds me of that runway the Others were building. Could the Island be one of the landing sites?
Madison in Eugene, Ore.: What's the latest on Jared and Jensen on Supernatural?
Let's just say that if you happen to look like these dreamy dudes above (and God bless you for it), you should contact the CW right away, because I'm hearing that yes, you guessed it! There just might be a third freaking Winchester brother out there. Hear that? It's the sound of my mind exploding! I'm told that the possible third brother has not been cast, but we'll start hearing rumblings of another son courtesy of Dean and Sam's father John Winchester, aka Jeffrey Dean Morgan, this season. Seriously, does that dead dude get around or what?! Meanwhile, I'm dying to know what you think of this twist and if anyone out there could possibly be delicious enough to pull off the same genetic code as Jensen and Jared. So please comment below, and if you have any casting suggestions, bring 'em!
Andy in Austin, Texas: More Lost goodies please!
Darlton did say there would be flashbacks and that flash-forwards would not be as prominent this season, but in the first hour of the premiere, we see a past and present Desmond (and both of them are hot).
Meg in Hamburg, Germany: Kristin, what can you tell me about Jack in the season premiere of Lost? He's still my favorite!
I can tell you that Ben Linus is many things, but he is not a drug-addiction enabler, and with Ben's "help" Jack seems to be getting off the junk. Oh, and Ben seems to imply that if Jack goes back to the Island he'll never be able to return to the real world. Whaaat!
Carrie in Cleveland: Got any hot gossip on Lost? Or better yet, hot gossip on Lost's hot separated lovers Kate and Sawyer? January is too far away to wait! Thanks!
You know how Sawyer is always getting smacked in the face? Well, Sawyer finally gets to do a little bitch-slapping of his own in the premiere, and it's pretty hilarious.
Elisa in Santa Barbara, Calif.: What happens with Chloe in the 24 premiere?
Set your DVR: The premiere is this Sunday and Monday (two nights). She's gone rogue with a couple of fellow former CTU agents. They all think the current U.S. government is too corrupt to be trusted, so they have their own startup. It gives the new season an awesome, renegade feel. By the way, if you have Q's for any of the 24 stars, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or post them in the comments. I'm hitting the Day Seven premiere party tomorrow night, and I'll get you as many answers as I can.
Peter in Phoenix: Can you get us fans some spoilers about volume four of Heroes (Fugitives), please?
Nathan becomes BFFs with the president almost overnight, thanks to Nathan's superduper inside info about the supers. Speaking of power, remember how it corrupts absolutely? Well, Nathan's gone bad, and fast—like milk left out in the sun. And among the first people Nathan sells out is a certain icy blonde...
Joseph in Baltimore: Got any Heroes info for us?
Hiro and Ando are getting a lair!
Mary: On Supernatural, do you know if Alistair was destroyed or just repelled? I'm curious if we're going to see him again?
Yes, Alastair will return later this season, but in a new, nastier "meat sock" form.
Luna in Newport News, Va.: Any news on Psych?
Good news for you Shawn and Juliet fans: There's a scene in Friday's premiere that all but promises Shawn and Juliet eventually are going to happen.
Kim in Berkeley, Calif.: Kristin, you don't cover it much, but do you have any info on the Stargate: Atlantis finale? It's my favorite show!
Our Senior Stargate Atlantis Correspondent, aka Jen's brother Mark, says, "The finale sets up the future of the Stargate universe nicely. The legend of Atlantis comes from the stories of the 'Ancients' who fled to Earth after being defeated by the Wrath in the battle for survival. However, although the city of Atlantis wasn't originally on Earth, it will be in the last episode! Also my favorite villain-friend Todd the Wrath makes an appearance in the final episode with well-chosen last words: 'Is there going to be a next time?' They should really put him in the next series. A hot creepy calm female super genius, a hot more-typically female linguist/anthropologist, Todd the Wrath and Shepard for the cast of Stargate Universe!"
Source: Kristen @E!