Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Jamie in Crawfordsville, Ind.: Seriously, is Lafayette dead on True Blood?
We now know the correct answer to this question—and seriously, we can't tell you! Argh. (All will be revealed Sunday at 9 p.m. on HBO, when True Blood's second season premieres!) However, because we like to push our luck, we will offer you this new Spoiler Chat feature in consolation: The Clue That Helps Only One Person. Attention Lindsey O. (formerly of Illinois): The person who sat next to us that day we had lunch at the Farm in Beverly Hills is the person whose body is in the backseat of the car on True Blood. Don't tell anybody what you know, though, or it wouldn't be the Clue That Helps Only One Person anymore, now would it? BTW, if you're a Blood fan and you haven't picked it up yet, the official True Blood soundtrack features Louisiana artists like Lucinda Williams, Allen Toussaint and C.C. Adcock, and it is sooo good.

Jeanna in Las Vegas: Talk to me about True Blood! I am so excited!
We just caught up with Evan Rachel Wood, who's promoting her role in Woody Allen's Whatever Works, and she tells us this about her vampire queen True Blood character: "Sophie is half Patrick Bateman, half Paris Hilton. She loves to tell people what to do—like, she could tell Bill to go play Yahtzee or something—but she's not going to sleep with him, because she likes the ladies." Want more True Blood? We're hitting the premiere tomorrow, so email tvdiva@eonline.com or twitter @kristinalert #trueblood with your Q's, and we'll try to get you answers!

Tony: Will 24's Carlos Bernard be returning in season eight?
Try as we might, we couldn't get a straight answer out of Carlos Bernard at the Paley Center's sixth annual celebrity golf classic this morning. Says Bernard, "I can't comment on that; that would be giving way too much away." Does that mean there's a chance he could be back? Hit the comments with your pleas to see Tony Almeida on 24 next season. Until then, you can check out the new online series Carlos is working on called 101 Ways to Die. Carlos says they're trying to turn it into a live-action series that "is very similar to 24's dark action genre, the power drama."

Mari: I need some Bones scoop! Will Booth's brother be back?
We caught up with Brendan Fehr at the golf classic this morning, and he told us, "As far as I'm told, I will be back. I don't know how many episodes. I don't know in what capacity or anything like that, but I have been told that I can expect a little bit of employment in the upcoming season." Since Booth is in recovery, Fehr thinks it would be interesting for him to fill in for Booth, and maybe even attempt to sweep Bones off her feet again. "I suppose he does stand a chance [with her]. He's a fairly handsome guy," joked Brendan, "but ultimately it's Seeley and Bones' deal."

Melissa in San Diego: Any word on Mark Pellegrino being on Lost next season, or is Jacob really dead?
We posed that question to Michael Emerson who claims he doesn't know the fate of Jacob, but since Ben was the one to stab him, we don't quite believe him. "I have no idea, honestly, I wonder. I can't wait to see that next script," he says. The cast of Lost goes back to Hawaii in the middle of August to shoot the final season, and Michael is really looking forward to it: "It's certainly bittersweet, but it's sort of exciting to know that they're not going to string it out. They are going to end that sucker in 17 episodes. I can't wait to see how they do it." We can't either!

Silvia in Kansas City, Kan.: What's with the new ABC promo that has Dominic Monaghan saying he "used to be dead"? Is that a huge clue that there will be a reset and Charlie Pace will be back on Lost?
That was the big rumor on Friday; however, sources now tell our friends at IGN that Dominic Monaghan has a major role in ABC's new series Flash Forward. No word yet on his character, but we do know that he won't be introduced until episode two or so.

Richard in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.: I know it's a while until we get new episodes, but any news yet on House?
Another one of House's loony-bin buddies will be Stomp, a character described as a natural "percussionist" who constantly taps out his own personal rhythm. Wow. That's not going to annoy House at all! BTW, if you have Q's for anyone from House, send 'em to tvdiva@eonline.com or tweet @kristinalert #house and we'll try to get you answers!

Mary in Los Angeles: Any scoop on Moon Bloodgood's role on Burn Notice?
Detective Paxton (Bloodgood) seriously means business. She is digging into Michael's life, and he realizes she is bound to find something she shouldn't, so he tries to get her fired, which only leaves her gunning for more.

Meredith in Clearwater, Fla.: Any news on Sons of Anarchy?
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter said at last week's joint Shield-SOA event that Jax is working out his identity. According to Kurt: "I really wanted a leading man who was a man but hadn't really decided what kind of man he was going to be yet. He was more of a Shane than a Vic [speaking in Shield terms], more of a Christopher than a Tony [speaking in Sopranos terms]...The arc we'll explore if we get to continue is seeing what kind of man Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) becomes, and the struggle—rather than Vic who clearly decided what kind of man he is and navigates through life with that decision, as did Tony Soprano."

Source: E!

No comments: