Wednesday, February 10, 2010


What the heck was Desmond doing on that plane? Any idea where the Lost powers that be are going with this? — Nora
MICKEY: I have some idea. If you'll recall, our friend Des has certain abilities that can supersede the time-space continuum. Is he really on that plane? When we pumped Henry Ian Cusick for scoop at the premiere in Hawaii, he would only say that off the island, Desmond is not happy. "The motivation has always been to get to Penny, and now he's got something slightly different. It's not about him, he's being more selfless. He's trying to help everyone," Cusick says.

Any Booth-Brennan dirt on Bones? — Nikki
ADAM: Obstacle No. 473 standing in the way of a Bones-Booth hookup: marine biologist Catherine Klein. Booth and Dr. Klein will hit it off while investigating some human remains that are discovered inside a dead tiger shark. Although they keep it professional, we're hearing Booth agrees to a date with Klein, who could become a recurring character.

Now that Ugly Betty is officially on its last season, how has the story changed? — Darren
MICKEY: I'm told that a lot of the will-they-or-won't-they has been scrapped; they're definitely working toward Betty's happy ending now. Part of that story involves Betty finally getting her braces removed. It will happen in an It's a Wonderful Life-style flashback episode in which Betty imagines what life would have been like if she had never gotten braces.

Any FlashForward scoop before it returns? — Sandra
MICKEY: If you're wondering how Tracy Stark ended up alive and at home again, you're not the only one. Her father, Aaron, will travel to Afghanistan in an upcoming episode, as we saw in his flash-forward. What he'll find will explain why his dear daughter has been hitting the sauce so hard.

What can you tell me about the two-part Castle episode that guest stars Dana Delany? — Mitch
ADAM: Delany plays an FBI agent who joins Castle and Beckett in the hunt for a serial killer who's a little obsessed with Nikki Heat, the character Castle based on Beckett. Delany gets abducted, but Beckett is the one who should be looking over her shoulder. "I don't know if Beckett's going to survive the episode," Stana Katic jokes. Even so, Beckett's apartment is blown up before the first hour ends.

Will we ever see the world of Battlestar Galactica come crashing into Caprica? — Tally
MICKEY: I will bet you one meeellion cubits that we will. Caprica executive producer Jane Espenson tells us that the new show will address the overlap through the backstory of the Final Five, who, as you remember, started their "lives" on Caprica. "If you actually do the math, the [human-Cylon] war starts about five years from where our characters are in Caprica," Espenson says. And what's this? The producers have already contacted Spartacus' Lucy Lawless about reprising the role of D'Anna on Caprica. Watch your back, Eric Stoltz!

Please tell me that Heroes will be given a chance to wrap up its storylines. I'll take anything: another season, a TV movie event... — Blue
ADAM: The show's cast couldn't agree with you more, Blue. "It's not time yet — I feel we have a lot more stories to tell," James Kyson Lee tells us. He thinks a fitting ending might include a star-studded guest list at Ando's wedding. Greg Grunberg, on the other hand, wants NBC to set an end date, like ABC did for Lost. "People are into that show right now, even if they don't know what's going on," he says. "Heroes can have that same level of interest again. These are characters that people care about, and I think we just need to know the endgame."

Source: TV Guide

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