Wednesday, January 27, 2010


What's the deal with Claire on Lost? That new promo seems to refute your little theory about her being a ghost. — O'Grady
MICKEY: Of the South Boston O'Gradys? You, sir, owe my great-uncle Shorty $472.68 for your outstanding bar tab! Your arrogance is as galling as your spendthriftiness! Ahem. While the image in question shows a distinctly Rousseau-esque Claire, it hardly proves that she's alive. But this might. Emilie de Ravin told us that she has a lot of scenes with Evangeline Lilly this season. Um, also there's this: "I think I'm alive, as far as I know," de Ravin told us. Remit payment at once, O'Grady

I miss Lie to Me. Any scoop on what to expect when the show returns? — Aidan
ADAM: One of the team's next cases will focus on a youth center with ties to a murder. "There's a whole crime ring," Mekhi Phifer tells me. "Somebody on staff is sending the kids out and people are getting killed." Also be on the lookout for more of Ben Reynolds' personal life. "We're going to delve into what makes [him] tick," Phifer says. "We haven't delved into his home life yet or who he likes to date. We have a lot of room to play with."

I can't believe Damages killed Tom! Any more bombshells coming? — Katelyn
ADAM: Boy, are there! Look for two juicy reveals in the next episode, which present possible motives for Tom's murder. The first causes Tom to take a personal interest in the Tobin case and may also lead to the second. "Ellen starts to help me out in my quest [for revenge]," Tate Donovan tells me, "and things start to develop in a complicated, interesting way. That's all I'm going to say."

Margene! How dare she kiss Ben?! Please tell me Big Love will fix this. — Barrie
MICKEY: I wouldn't say fix exactly. Ben and Margene will come to terms about what happened, but the kiss might be just the first item on the list titled Crazy Things Margene Does This Season. This is a woman who works on live television, remember.

What can you tell me about how Clark will deal with Zod on Smallville? — Mark
ADAM: Clark's going to need a little help. Enter The Green Arrow. "Oliver and Clark, instead of butting heads about everything, team up and find the usefulness in each other and the power of unity," Justin Hartley tells us. "They spend so much time griping at each other that it's fun to see them work together."

Source: TV Guide

1 comment:

Emma B. said...

Aren't you going to post the Smalville preview (