Tuesday, January 5, 2010

SPOILERS!


Leigh in New York: I was catching up on Eastwick yesterday morning (I have a thing for Lindsay Price—I can't describe it) and was startled when it seemed the most recent episode had skipped resolving some major cliffhangers from the previous episode. At the end of the earlier episode, all three girls were about to die, and then at the beginning of the most recent, they had no powers, were all alive and healthy, and were avoiding each other. Do you know what's up?
OK, we checked with ABC and here's the deal, but brace yourself, because it's confusing: The Eastwick episode "Red, Bath & Beyond" was originally scheduled to air Dec. 23, but it was pre-empted for two episodes of Cougar Town. Then the next chapter in the story, "Magic Snow and Creepy Gene," aired on Dec. 30, without the previous chapter "Red, Bath & Beyond" ever getting airtime on ABC. And the last episode, "Pampered and Tampered," was originally set to air Jan. 13, but it has been replaced by Ugly Betty, which is now airing Wednesdays at 10 p.m. Sadly for you Lindsay Price fans, ABC currently does not currently have new air dates planned for the airing of either "Red, Bath & Beyond" or "Pampered and Tampered." (Don't they know that Eastwick won our Fall Save One Show poll?!) The two remaining eps of Eastwick may be scheduled at some point in the future, but nothing is nailed down. Sad face. Sorry, guys.

Radina in Sofia, Bulgaria: I want to thank you for the awesome Lost-mas spoilers, and I really want to know if the kiss you mention between Sawyer and someone on Lost will be a flashback or a real-time kiss?
It's not a flashback.

Wallace in Rhode Island: Thanks for all the amazing Lost scoop in the 12 days of Lost-mas! It was like Christmas over and over again. Could you give any more little morsels or is that all? I think the new season sounds pretty good. Do you think so?
Yes. From what I know so far, I truly think you all will not be disappointed. How's this for a morsel for now: One Lostie we know and love will vow to kill another Lostie we know and love.

Rachel in Rio: I've always been your number one fan, but I'm just so sad with you right now. You put "Jate" in the title of your 11th day of Lost-mas article, and when I opened the link there's a lot of Skate and Suliet spoilers, but nothing Jate. It's OK if you don't wanna or don't have any Jate spoiler to give us, but it's just cruel to do a thing like that. Thank you so much.
I am so sorry. I received many upset emails like this one, and I want you to know this was not an intentional slight. I fully meant to include something on Jate when I set out to write the article, but unfortunately was not able to dig up anything on their interaction, and (mommy brain, sorry!) simply forgot to change the title. The one thing I can tell you is that there seems to be more happening between Sawyer and Kate than Jack and Kate in the beginning of the new season, but as we all know, everything can change in one single episode on Lost, so don't give up hope. I will keep my fingers crossed for you Jate fans that there is something worth squeeing about in season six! And again, my sincere apologies.

Lauren in Baltimore: I will do anything for some spoilers on whether Quinn will be giving birth this season on Glee, and will the birth be a happy ending? I'm hoping for an open adoption for Quinn, Puck and their baby girl.
We'll definitely meet baby "Quick" sooner rather than later. Glee boss Ryan Murphy told us, "It'll happen before the end of the season," and said that Quinn won't be going into labor during the chaos of regionals, so expect that storyline to get a full and proper spotlight of its own.

Sasha in Phoenix, Ariz: I'm so excited to see David Anders on 24! Can you tell us anything about his character?
David Anders' character on 24 is in league with a bunch of nefarious Russians with access to fissile materials. (They want to make the world go boom.) Anders doesn't appear live in the Jan. 17-18 eps of 24, but we will see a glimpse of his character in a dossier. Other familiar faces popping up in minor roles in the 24 four-hour premiere include Vampire Diaries' Paul Wesley as Kim's baby daddy and The Wire's Domenick Lombardozzi as a NYC patrolman who doesn't much like Jack Bauer. Oh, and by the time the first four hours of day eight are done, you'll find yourself taking Freddie Prinze Jr. seriously. (We were sorta shocked too.)

Mathias in Burbank, Calif.: Wait a second, who's dying on Chuck?
We don't want you to worry yourselves too much, because it is not a major player on Chuck. But diehard Nerd Herders will be surprised to see this character offed so quickly. Fret not, because this demise clears the way for a fan fave to move up the ranks, so to speak.

Sam in San Francisco: Chuck!
Would you believe that Col. Casey and Morgan join forces? Morgan has an "insurgent" problem on his hands at the Buy More, and Casey, well, he hates insurgents. Best odd couple ever?

Jessi in San Francisco: Is it true this is Amanda Seyfried's last season on Big Love?
Yes, the bad news is that producers have confirmed that Sarah Henrickson will be leaving the nest by the end of the season, but the good news is that Aaron Paul is back as lovahboy Scott to help set up her exit, Tina Majorino returns as Mac Heather for the same reason, and Amanda Seyfried gets some fabulous juicy material to work with on her way out. (Not to mention a very pretty white dress, hint hint.) In the few episodes we have left with Sarah/Amanda, you longtime fans should especially enjoy her scenes with Jeanne Tripplehorn as mom Barb—they both totally kill it.

Tulane in Chicago: So excited for Big Love! What can we look forward to in season four? I love those crazy Mormons.
It seems that two of Alby Grant's children may be in love, but not with their spouses. Alby meets a new boyfriend in the park and goes totally gaga stalker for him, and Nicki still hasn't gotten over her feelings for the district attorney who was investigating Roman. Oh, and speaking of Roman, we haven't seen the last of Harry Dean Stanton yet.

Petra in Florida: What can you tell us about the new season of United States of Tara? I can't wait to see the poncho goblin again!
Sadly, you'll have to wait a bit. When this season of United States of Tara premieres, everything at Casa Gregson is downright peachy-keen. Tara (Toni Collette) went back on her medication, so T, Alice, Buck and poncho goblin are locked down and there's nothing but suburban bliss for miles around. Well, at least until a neighbor down the street kills himself, and Tara starts peering into his empty house of shadows. This season of USoT is going to go psychologically dark, not least because Tara's meds stop working and she doesn't tell a soul. Ruh-roh!

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