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Question: Please tell me these rumors of a Glee death during May Sweeps aren’t true! –Eric
Ausiello:
Rumors of a Glee death aren’t true. Glee DEATHS on the other hand? That’s totally happening. Sources confirm to me exclusively that this season’s penultimate episode, which bears the ominous title “Funeral,” is about the death of several things. One being a beloved character. The other being a major couple.

Question: Do you have any Grey’s Anatomy scoop pertaining to Meredith and Derek? —Sam
Ausiello:
TVLine’s double wedding theory isn’t looking so far-fetched after all. The synopsis ABC released for the May 5 episode — which revolves around Callie and Arizona’s nuptials — includes this telltale line: “Meredith and Derek make a decision that will change their lives forever.” My guess? They’re either getting hitched or adopting a baby. Or both.

Question: Michael, if you get a chance, can you ask Shonda Rhimes why Grey’s Anatomy is concentrating so much on Callie? Why not put the spotlight back on Meredith? —Iveta
Ausiello:
You got it. But first some Callie scoop! Sara Ramirez reveals that not only does Bailey officiate Calizona’s nuptials, but she serves as the couple’s spiritual guide as well! After her disapproving mother fails to sanction the same-sex union, Callie gets a much-needed pep talk from the MD fka The Nazi. “Bailey says to her, ‘God is everywhere. God is in you and me.  Between us here in this room. And you don’t have to be in a church in order to marry someone and have a meaningful ceremony, union, marriage, wedding,’” previews Ramirez. “So at the end of the day, I think Callie starts to embrace and understand that the person she needs to look to the most for self-assurance, love and acceptance, is inside of her.”

Question: You’ve been slacking on Chuck scoop lately. Give us something good and maybe I’ll forgive you. —Jeremiah
Ausiello:
Is this Jeremiah from ancient times? Or the post-apocalyptic one played by Luke Perry in the short-lived Showtime series? Eh, you’re getting scoop regardless. Despite the fact that Chuck‘s season/possible series finale is titled “Chuck vs. The Cliffhanger,” the episode has its fair share of closure. “It’s a good ending, but it also serves as a good beginning if we do get a fifth [season],” reveals leading lady Yvonne Strahovski. “I feel like every [Chuck finale] has had to be that because we never know, so the writers always plan for both.” Adds Zachary Levi: “It ends in the same Chuck way that we’ve ended any season or half-season that later became a full season. It’s open. You’re going to see the whole team collaborating and working together to make things right and have some closure about certain things that are really big, but also leave the potential for it to be continued later.”

Question: Is your six feet under blind item about a major death Ziva on NCIS!? Say it isn’t so! —Jenna
Ausiello:
That’s for me to know and you to find out. This much I’ll say: Two of the 10 fatality slots on TVLine’s May Sweeps Scorecard are reserved for NCIS.

Question: Any new Bones scoop by chance? Hart Hanson can be tricky and makes me a little nervous. Anything to set my mind at ease? —Talitha
Ausiello:
Funny you should ask. TVLine’s Matt Mitovich lightly grilled Teasy McCrypticson about the meaning behind the finale’s title, “The Change in the Game,” during a conference call with reporters. “The last two episodes of this season are going to run the gamut of tones that Bones does, from A to Z,” Hanson shared. “A lot happens in those last two episodes, and I think the title of the season finale, ‘The Change In the Game,’ is about as much as I want to say about it. I think it’s going to be one of those shows that the Bones audience will talk about and enjoy hugely. If anyone feels there’s an anti-climax to it, then I have totally failed at my job.”

Question: Throw me some Bones, would ya? —Cara
Ausiello:
I see what you did there and I’m not amused. Please don’t do it again. Now for the scoop. Makes no Bones about it, Cara — Angela and Hodgins baby is gonna to be delivered by 90210‘s Mrs. Teasley! Actress Denise Dowse — best known as the stern but fair Vice Principal of the original West Bev High — will guest star in the season-ender as Angela’s unflappable baby doc. Speaking of the Bones finale, David Boreanaz confirmed on Twitter that Ryan O’Neal is back for the episode — although he didn’t say why. That’s where exec producer Stephen Nathan comes in. “He is on a bowling team that’s in the same league as our victim,” Nathan explains. “Because Max has had a bedroom-related accident, a space has opened up on the team that Booth fills.” Cue Boreanaz in acid-washed jeans.

Question: Hey! I need a One Tree Hill scoop. —Marie
Ausiello:
Hey! The show will be revisiting Wagoneer-gate in a big way next week when Nate and Julian confront Professor Kellerman about that whole hit-and-run ugliness. “They’re going to set their sites on Kellerman, and whether or not he’s repentant or remorseful or combative is the dance we’re going to do,” teases exec producer Mark Schwahn. “Julian and Nathan almost lost the ones they love in that accident, and it’s fun to watch them be angry again. Julian has been so romantic and supportive, and so stable in Brooke’s life, and it’s nice that he gets to raise his voice and be angry and aggressive.” In other OTH news, it’s James Lafferty gone Wild!

Question: Are we going to see Elizabeth Banks/Avery again on 30 Rock before the season ends? —Frances
Ausiello:
You will. Jack’s baby mama resurfaces next month with what sounds like some serious nanny issues. “Jack and Avery do not take care of their own baby and there’s a lot of drama surrounding that,” Banks previews. “But Avery’s a working mom, and just a great example to women, so that’s what I’m hoping to show on 30 Rock.”

Question: What is up with Rosie’s parents on The Killing — especially Mitch? Is there a darker story ahead for them (other than the grief of burying their child)? And isn’t Michelle Forbes a total fox? —Simone
Ausiello:
I’ve spoken at length about Michelle Forbes’ bombdiggitiness so let’s cut straight to the first part of your question: Yes, I suspect things are about to go from bad to worse for the beleaguered couple. And based on what Forbes recently told me — and what we learned this past Sunday about Stan’s shady side job — I fear Mitch will bear the brunt of the heartache. “Mitch’s journey is that she’s betrayed by everyone,” Forbes revealed. “Every time she turns a corner she’s betrayed by someone or hasn’t been told the truth.”

Question: Do you have any scoop on my favorite show The Big C? — Kevin
Ausiello:
Not just any scoop, and not just one, but three, all courtesy of exec producer Jenny Bicks. They pertain to the three new characters we’ll be meeting in Season 2:

| The doc Alan Alda will be playing will have a bedside manner to rival House’s. “He’s an awesome doctor,” Bicks says, “but he’s not all like the one that Cathy went to in the first season. He’s not the guy who’s going to hold your hand, [so what our heroine, his patient] has to deal with is, ‘Oh, wait, I don’t feel as comfortable as I did, but I feel like I’m going to live, which maybe is the more important thing.’”

| The stage IV melanoma patient Hugh Dancy will be playing could well be a new love interest for Cathy. After they meet in her clinical trial, they become “kind of soulmates,” says Bicks. “And maybe there’s a little attraction there, too. But it’s really about what it’s like to finally meet somebody else who’s going through exactly what you’re going through.”

| And finally, Cathy’s son Adam also meets someone who’s going through what he is — only instead of the teenage daughter of a cancer patient that he thinks he’s talking to over the Internet, it’s Parker Posey. “She’s very wacky and kind of takes him on adventures,” Bicks reveals. “He loves it, and she loves having him as a support.”

Question: What about some Californication spoilers? —Eckhard
Ausiello:
The new season “does start three years later,” confirms Evan Handler. But not a whole lot will have changed, ultimately. “All the seeds were laid last season,” he hints, “for what comes into play this season.” Can you be any less specific? “It starts with Hank in New York,” he says. “And I’ve seen the shell of a very, very enormous Malibu beachfront home that Charlie Runkle now lives in without his wife. I don’t know how that will come into play, but obviously, they’re building a big set for Charlie’s house.” And since a casting call went out for Marcy’s baby, he adds with a laugh, “Maybe toddlers will be foisted upon me!”

Question: Any scoop on the next season of  White Collar? —Juliet
Ausiello:
The future is… the past! The show is planning a flash(way)back episode in which we not only get to see what Willie Garson’s Mozzie was like at ages 5 and 12, we get to see his transformation from bullied youngster to shrewd con artist.

Question: I was wondering if you had any info on InSecurity. —Ginny
Ausiello:
It’s a crippling disorder that afflicts millions of us and causes at least a few of us me to make fun of One Tree Hill to feel better about myself.

Question: When are we going to see some Peter/Bolivia interaction on Fringe? Any teases you could offer? —Jeff:
Ausiello:
Only this one from exec producer Jeff Pinkner sent via email: “Peter and Bolivia’s story is FAR from over.” I’m intrigued by Pinkner’s choice to write “far” in all caps. Could that mean what I think it… ? Nah. There’s no way.

Question: Any Modern Family scoop — ideally Cam/Mitchell related? —Tom
Ausiello:
It sounds like Cam ends up being the center of attention at Alex’s middle school graduation, and for all the wrong reasons. “I have [a lot] of physical comedy in that episode,” Eric Stonestreet tells TVLine. “I fall into a pool and I walk into a sliding glass door. It’s an excellent episode.”

Question: I know you have already given us a lot of tidbits about the upcoming Castle episodes, but we are still dying (no pun intended) for more! Any other items you can share about the upcoming L.A. episode with Castle/Beckett sharing a hotel room, or the explosive season finale? —Cheryl
Ausiello:
How about some scoop on the episode sandwiched between those two? “Because the finale is serious and the L.A. episode is very much off-pattern for us, we had a lot of fun with the [penultimate] episode,” explains series creator Andrew W. Marlowe. “It’s about a death at a beauty pageant. We have Michael McKean (Smallville) playing a New York real estate multi-millionaire who runs the beauty pageant. Teri Polo (Meet the Parents) is in it as well. It’s just a fun Castle episode, but it also touches on the Castle-Beckett relationship, and also the Alexis/Ashley relationship, because Ashley is going off to college and that presents a complication for Alexis.”

Question: Any more scoop on the big obstacle coming up for Castle and Beckett in the Castle finale? —Andy
Ausiello:
Something happens that “puts their identities fundamentally at odds,” hints Marlowe.

Question: Can you deny or confirm that the death on Castle will stick? Because I smell a fake-out. —Bree
Ausiello:
You might want to investigate that smell because the death will stick. (What did you have for lunch today? That’s always a good place to start.)

Question: What’s up with the 3XK killer storyline on Castle? Are you ever gonna hear about that again? —Brittany
Ausiello:
Yes, but not until next season.

Question: So… Supernatural. I just love that the brother dynamic has returned now that Sam’s got his soul back. Can we expect some great brotherly love in this season’s remaining episodes? —Julia
Ausiello:
You can. As exec producer Bob Singer previews, “Dean is willing to trust him completely. And by season’s end, they are in total lock-step with each other, saving each other’s lives and having that relationship the fans crave.”

Question: Please tell as something about Dexter Season 6. Is there any news? —John
Ausiello:
The show isn’t going to self-destruct under new boss Scott Buck, who took the showrunning reins from Chip Johannessen. “Scott had been with [Dexter] since the very first season as a writer, so I wouldn’t consider it a change in direction,” maintains Showtime president David Nevins of the behind-the-scenes shakeup. “Chip came in for one season — I love Chip, and he may well be working with us again soon — but Scott, and actually the staff around Scott, has been [around since] Season 1. There’s a lot of continuity to the old days of that show.”

Question: When is something going to happen between Ben and Leslie on Parks and Recreation? —Latifah
Ausiello:
I’m going to go out on a limb and say in the May 12 episode, titled “Road Trip,” which finds Ben and Les heading to Indianapolis for an overnighter. In other P&R news, would you believe me if I told you Ben moves in with April and Andy? Would you? ‘Cause it’s true.

Question: Thank heavens Cougar Town is back. Got a spoiler for me? —Ron
Ausiello:
On the heels of Monday’s popular Penny Can phone hotline thingy, exec producer Bill Lawrence tells TVLine that the show is planning another interactive gimmick. “In the third episode back, Laurie becomes obsessed with tweeting and she actually says what her Twitter name is on the show,” he reveals. “So we’ll be tweeting that whole episode as Laurie, which guarantees those seven followers 24 straight hours of content. A bunch of us are just gonna get a case of wine and do it for 24 hours.”

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to askausiello@tvline.com. Also, you can keep track of my scoops on Twitter via @MichaelAusiello. Thanks for playing! (Additional reporting by Vlada Gelman and Megan Masters)

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473 Comments
  1. Kris says:

    I’m going to assume that you were making a joke/skirting around the issue that you don’t have access to spoilers north of the border and that you’re fully aware that InSecurity is a Canadian spy/comedy on CBC.

  2. kayla says:

    I really hope its not Ziva who dies!!!!! I’d love some Lexie scoop about Grey’s. Derek is barely there and Meredith is like the cranky grandma running around just sticking her nose in everyone’s business. I hope they give her a baby and leave her home so that Lexie and the others can have the main storylines.

    • serioulsy says:

      And Grey’s can finally be flushed. Nevermind those who were here since the begining and are hoping all those post-season 1 characters bite the dust and leave..maybe focus back on those core characters that brought in those big ratings.

  3. Jane says:

    Thank goodness the writers are paying attention to Sam and Dean’s relationship again. I love and adore the brothers and they are the only reason I got obsessed with this show in the first place. I also love and adore Sam Winchester, and am LOVING the attention he has finally been getting this season. After being forced to watch Dean cry about himself for four seasons in a row, at Sam’s expense, this has been a welcome relief. I only hope the writers and Sera Gamble keep up this good work into next season. Not only that, but I want to compliment Jared Padalecki for his wonderful acting this season. Soulless Sam was awesome and disturbing at the same time. And the return of Soulled Sam has been a welcome return.

    • Jodie says:

      Sammycat you’re so obvious it’s sad.

    • savannah says:

      I hate to burst your bubble, Jane, but judging from Kripke at Paleyfest, Singer doing all these recent interviews, and the rumors that have been flying about, it doesn’t look like Sera’s still in charge. Guess TPTB weren’t all that thrilled with the Season of Sam; maybe Kripke being back will mean more balance between the brothers’ storylines again next season.

      • Jane says:

        Well, maybe Sera would be out talking more if the edg nut cases weren’t making such lewd, disgusting, hateful, sexist remarks about her constantly. EDGs have been utterly vile this season. Spoiled little brats who can’t hack it that the entire series actually doesn’t revolve around Jensen and Dean. Or Castiel for that matter. I might believe in the Dean and Castiel relationship if Dean had shown even an inkling of upset over Castiel’s death in SS, but he barely even blinked in response. As for Kripke, I regard him as one of the biggest problems on the show, frankly. It took him taking a back seat for the brothers to get back together and for Sam to finally get some decent show-casing. OTOH, we’ve been told he’s been fully aware of everything this entire season, and is just not running the day-to-day. So maybe SS was Kripke finally restoring SPN to the brotherly relationship he blew off for a bunch of angel malarky for 2 whole seasons and flat-out Dean worship for 4 seasons over all. Maybe he finally remembered who Sam was and decided to give a damn about his character. Good for him. Because SS brought a lot of Sam fans back to the show who dropped it in seasons 4 and 5.

        And the sexist bile being loaded against Sera has been flat out hideous and inexcusable from the pampered, woobie-philed edg fringe set. Grow up. Sam has the mytharc and Dean doesn’t. Boo hoo. Dean got everything else on the show, while Sam was shoved in the background or his mytharc treated like a B story while Dean went off on a selfish, whiny blubber-binge about himself and how tired he always is (take a nap, dude) and how hard it is for him to do the exact same damn thing Sam has been doing right next to him all this time!!! I will say that yes, this brother relationship has often been uneven, because Dean’s life-long emo tirades have dictated that Sam be the strong one who never gets to express himself. And guaranteed, if a miracle occurs and Sam is allowed to have an emotional scene about all the horrors he’s gone through, the edgs will be out mocking and abusing him for needing Dean in his life. What is old hat for Dean would be completely new territory for Sam’s character, not that I want Sam to buckle under like Dean does. I just think he deserves to have a human response to his life.

        Ever think maybe BOTH Sam and Dean need the other in their life because they simply LOVE each other, as brothers, as family, as friends, as partners? I do, and I’m not the only one out there. I may be a Sam Girl, but what drew me into the show was the two brothers and their relationship, which means both Sam and Dean together. They can have outside friends, sure, but Dean’s already had more outside relationships than Sam’s ever had. Sam only had Dean all this time, and even then, he didn’t really have Dean, so he had no one to talk to. And viewers were left watching a character who was barely aloud to talk half the time.

        • LOL says:

          Or you know, the EDGs are doing what the ESGs have been doing for the past 6 years whenever the show veers away from their woobie Sam. Funny how it’s about the brothers when Cas is mentioned, but when it’s about the story, well, it’s really Sam’s story. Dean’s just his brother but Sam is the important one.
          Well if Sam is so important, and apparently you like the Sam Winchester show, then let us EDGs at least have the Dean and Cas show.
          I’m sure Sam can find another character who will cheer him on and hold his hand and tell him how great he is and how special he is and how he’s the most loved on the planet and no matter what he does, it will always be forgiven. Heck he found one in Ruby and he didn’t care about Dean then. So I’m sure if he finds someone else, he will once again forget about Dean and be all happy.

          • ding says:

            Sam and Dean love each other? So what? Does that mean they are married and have to spend each and every moment together? And where was Sam’s love during season 4 when he was off with Ruby and Dean had just come back from hell? Oh, that’s right, he did it all for Dean and he was showing Dean so much love when he was choking him. Yeah. The great love of Sam for Sam…er, I mean Dean. I’ve seen it, and haven’t been impressed.

        • savannah says:

          Um….okay then.

          You do realize we’re talking about a television show here? It’s fiction. No matter how good of a job Jared does, Sam is, was and always will be a make believe character. No one’s insulting your family honor here. Seriously….chill out, dude.

          (And just a suggestion but if you’re going to complain about someone’s “disgusting, hateful, vile” comments, it’s better if you don’t do it in a disgusting, hateful, vile rant. Kind of undermines your credibility when you do the exact same thing you’re accusing other people of doing. Casting the first stone and all that.)

          I have to admit, I’m finding the idea that Sera might not be doing interviews because her widdle feelings were hurt by the big bad EDGs pretty funny. Oh please. If that’s the case, she needs to get out of this business. Folks in Hollywood have to have a pretty thick skin – Kripke had a lot worse thrown his way. I read a lot of what angry Sam fans posted in S4 and it was some really nasty stuff. If Sera’s gone (and all signs seem to point that she is- look at how all the storylines she introduced this season are being hurriedly closed out ala burning down the Roadhouse style), it’s going to be because she didn’t work out as showrunner. You may be thrilled with the season and that’s fine. Doesn’t mean TPTB were, though.

          And I have to say I’m amused by your talk of being in love with the brothers’ relationship when it’s pretty clear you hate Dean as a character. It seems to me that it’s big brother Dean who has no other purpose on the show but to revolve around Sam’s needs and be his cheerleader/bodyguard/wet nurse that a lot of Sam fans want back, not an equal partnership that respects both brothers as individuals. I’m positive that if Dean gets his own identity and storyline back again next season, this sudden brotherly bond lovefest will be replaced with outraged cries of “how dare Dean focus on his own life for a change or think of anyone other than Sam?” Because it’s All About Sam, doncha know.

          • Jane says:

            Online bullies like the edgs really do hate to take their own medicine. Sam fans get driven out of almost every major forum because of the nasty, rotten, hate machine that winds up getting leveled against them, Sam, and Jared. Please. And the victim act from edgs is pathetic, too. Forum mods might buy it, but I’m not that gullible and cowed down by the haters. I have no respect for people who make a career out of hating anyone who seems to be in the way of Jensen Ackles getting crowned king of whatever show he happens to be on (the way his fans treated Jessica Alba was utterly rancid and toxic as well, which clues me into why they really hate Jared and Sam – they are viewed as competition for attention and have to be put down at all costs). No, I’m not presuming all Dean fans think this way, but the competitive edge to all their whining gives most of them away.

            I know Sam is a fictional character played by an actor, do you know Dean is fictional as well? Dean fans who clutch onto any brotherly bitchiness as proof of how horrible Sam is, pointedly ignore how awful Dean can be to Sam at the same time. And this includes BOTH seasons 4 and 5. At least in season 5, you could see that Sam was trying hard to meet Dean’s expectations and rebuild trust with him. Meanwhile, Dean was a cold-hearted, angry bitch to Sam for most of that season.

            I love Dean this season because he isn’t letting anger and mistrust guide his demeanor and behavior with Sam. Not because he is Sam’s servant or lackey. He has never been that anyway. I love Dean because he is finally acting like Sam’s brother again, after quite a lot of bitchiness in previous seasons. I hated Dean’s anger towards Sam. He hasn’t been angry with Sam since LaV, certainly. So I see nothing wrong with saying that I love Sam and Dean being brothers again and still holding Sam as my favorite brother. I love that Dean loves Sam, and I love that Sam loves Dean. There is no conflict here to me at all.

            I have sat through episode after episode, season after season, of Dean hogging almost all of the attention, POV, and writer and fan sympathy on this show. It has been torture a lot of this time, but I waited it out in hopes of getting better some day. Well, better has finally come. Sam is being allowed to interact and talk with guest stars at last. Sam is getting some good lines and some good speeches finally. Sam is getting a little POV finally. Sam isn’t being spat on for all the things he *might* do in order to spook the viewers about his “darkness.’ SPN has been filled with a lot of unsympathetic blame-smearing on Sam, starting in season 3 and getting worse from there. That the show is finally waking up and showing Sam and Jared a little love is just too much for some fans too used to watching Dean get anything and everything on this show. I can grant that the Lisa/Ben thing is not a good sl, but other than that, Dean is still present and front and center in nearly every episode, being treated in full sympathy, and he will get his usual emo faces in all the season ending episodes. If anything happens to Bobby or Castiel, it will be a bigger deal for Dean than Sam, because the writers barely even bother to give Sam scenes with Bobby anyway. Castiel has become more brother neutral lately, but I’m sure they will bring out the relationship with Dean if they do a betrayal sl. So, again, Sam will be cut out of a lot of angst that I would like to see him get. And yes, Dean will angst about Sam’s Wall possibly collapsing, just like Sam spent all of season 3 angsting over Dean going to hell. I don’t see the difference here.

            Dean has spent the entire series angsting about himself and his own life. It is Sam who has given up his independence and identity to wet nurse Dean. I want to see Sam get a little love and credit for this for once. I want canon acknowledgement of how good Sam has been to Dean all this time. For all that went wrong in season 4, that was only one year out an entire life time of them being so much better to each other.

          • @Jane says:

            Yeah Jane. Dean fans are driving the poor martyred Sam fans away at places like Supernatural.tv which has been dubbed SamTV because of all the bullying that the sam fans do over there and get way with it because almost all the mods are sam fans. There are samfans over there who spew hatred at every single character except Sam and are allowed to get away with it without even a single slap on the wrist. They hate Cas, they hate Bobby now and they haaaate Dean unless Dean is worshipping at the alter of Sammy Snowflake. Yet the minute anyone says anything even vaguely critical of Sam, the ESG hoards over the descend with insults and strawman arguments and then run and hide behind the mods’ skirts. Not unlike your posts here actually, except you have no mods to run crying to.

            And lets talk about the CW Lounge which is overrun by the same posters as SAmTV where they do nothing but trash Castiel and Lisa. The mysoginistic crap against Lisa is appalling and the personal attacks against Misha Collins are even worse.

            TWoP is the only place that the Dean fans haven’t been run out of and that’s certainly not for lack of effort on the part of the mods and the recapper.

            So yeah, your little martyr complex, oppression routine is a total BS and you damn well know it.

            Admittedly Dean fans are loud and angry but at least they’re honest which is more than can be said about the hypocritical and toxic sam fans who get everything they want and still complain. Just admit you won’t be satisfied until Jared doesn’t have to share the spotlight with anyone else because we all know that’s what this is really about.

        • Flor says:

          *Sam fans get driven out of almost every major forum because of the nasty, rotten, hate machine that winds up getting leveled against them, Sam, and Jared*
          I call BS, sammycat. You and your kind have driven the Dean and Casfans off sntv and the cw lounge with your hate. TWOP is the only mainline Dean forum and good riddance to you Limps from there.

          • magoghair says:

            I have to disagree with that statement. I practically LIVE at the CW,and I can honestly say as a Deangirl that I have NEVER been driven away by a Samgirl. That statement is just insane..I’m sure the EXTREME fans have been driven away,on ALL three fronts,because we are not accepting of EXTREME fan behavior. Fans of Dean,Sam and Cas are tired of EXTREME fans making the rest of us look bad….so PLEASE do not lump all of us deangirls with the EXTREME fans that act insane…I do NOT want to be associated with such behavior.

          • a says:

            The loudest TWop posters are extreme Dean girls like hermitme and mobiusklein and others now complaining at THAB. You and your kind drove off the Samgirls who are tired of the Sam bashing.

    • Christopher says:

      Couldn’t agree more. Padalecki has been really on this season, he sold the two different sams in a way i doubt few others could. He derserves major props. Good to hear the brothers Winchester are united once more, they are unstoppable that way!

  4. lola says:

    So once again Sam gets off scott free. Yawn!!!

  5. Blix says:

    Hey, Michael, how about a NON-Ziva/Tiva-related NCIS scoop? There ARE other characters on the show. Can we get some Ziva-free Tony-related info?

  6. noname says:

    Please Tell Me Ziva will Finally DIE!! ZIVA is the most disgusting character on Television!

  7. SCUBADUDE says:

    I don’t know if ZIVA is the most disgusting character on TV, but she is for sure the most annoying…..and the actress is totally arrogant!

    • seriously says:

      Yup. So arrogant she’s humble in all the interviews we’ve seen of her. You must know CdP in real life huh?
      Nah but i know why it irks other NCIS fans, i mean, most things NCIS that the media reports has to do with Ziva…maybe because she generates buzz…still..unlike some other characters on the show?

  8. AngelMoonGirl says:

    Thanks for the NCIS, Bones, and Castle scoop!
    I really hope “The Change in the Game”, Bones’ finale, sees Booth and Brennan FINALLY go there…
    Also, please god no don’t kill Ziva off! She’s my favorite character on NCIS. Don’t kill any off the main characters, TPTB :/

  9. Blix says:

    Can’t help but wonder if viewers/fans really, honestly, actually think their little “if so and so happens, I’m going to quit watching” tantrums are taken seriously as valid threats to television PTB… because, wow… delusional much?

    • Minerva says:

      I 2nd that Blix. Threat of “I’ll stop watching if you kill off “insert character name”” won’t work. Stories are planned out for weeks or months and at this point the decision has already been made in a TV season and since we’re edging up on May might have already been filmed or are in the process of filming.

      • Maria says:

        I think you’ll find you’re wrong. A huge number of fans are in this show for Cas. I’ve already stopped watching it live unless he’s on. I won’t be watching Season 7 if he isn’t in it and I think that’s the case for a small but significant proportion of the viewers. If it makes a difference to the demo the show’s prospects for a full season and a Season 8 will suffer. Since I hope the show will keep going forever I hope Cas will stay and get a decent storyline in Season 7.

  10. Ami says:

    Got to love spoilers like Supernaturals. Thats all I need to know. I mean the chemistry is there whether the characters are together or not, they run the whole show and its amazing to watch.

    But as a viewer of :Sueprnatural I love Sam and Dean fighting together, they will beat any whiney angel, dmeon, evil, monster as long as they are together. I hope this means that tptb are putting a stop to these boys being used as angel fodder for the stupid boring angel war/stuff/thing/whatever it is.

    Oh as longs as the boys are back good as new..can we get rid of the angels and get back to what this show was about. Two brothers fighting evil.

    • M. says:

      I don’t call it brotherhood. Maybe Sam should just buy a Stepford wife because that’s the only way he’s ever going to be happy. I’m sure that he’ll tire of Dean like he always does and start swooning over some new monster that really understands him.

      • Hee says:

        LOL, great answer because you are right. All Sam really wants or needs is a Stepford wife to tell him how special he is, then stand aside and watch him save the day over and over.

    • Br. says:

      Or can we not do that, because for some of us the only-Sam-and-Dean-Show has become quite boring at this time?

      • Ellie says:

        then, to be brutally honest, you are watching the wrong show. the heart of SPN, and always will be, Sam and Dean. Yes, we have some great supporting characters in the form of Bobby, Cas, etc, who play important and well-loved roles, but it will always come back to the Winchester brothers and their relationship.

    • Sushi says:

      Benson35 please return to the CW to continue your usual boring whine. You’re even easier to spot than sammycat is.

  11. Sarah says:

    This Glee death thing is kinda freaking me out. I don’t think it’s Burt Hummel, because Mike O’Malley is supposed to have a few episodes next season. It could be Jean (Sue’s sister) – she’s the only ‘beloved’ character I could see dying without too much disruption of the show.
    Some people are saying it could be Karofsky too – that he might commit suicide. But I also remember Ryan Murphy saying Karofsky would have a happy ending.
    So if it’s not one of the main cast – and I hope it’s not, because I’ll cry if it is – there are really only a few options out there. Coach Beiste? April Rhodes? Finn’s mom? Lord only knows.

  12. Adam B says:

    Sarah Walker is going to get pregnant. That is simply the chuck way…

    • chillydogs says:

      Chuck! It’s terrible that they have to write/film the season finale as if it’s the series finale!! Why can’t NBC get off their lame butts and decide? They don’t have anything else but Parenthood. NBC’s other new hour-long shows FAILED. TvLine you didn’t write about the campaign to save Chuck on Twitter??

  13. H. says:

    Ugh. Why am I in Supernatural fandom? What an embarrassment.

    • Nicole says:

      God, it is so true. You just have to ignore it. Really, every show these days seems to have it’s core of nutjob fans that fight on behalf of characters as though they’re family members and threaten to stop watching shows if someone wears too much oblue r some other nonsense. Also, combining names is completely ridiculous and makes anyone who does it sound like they’re about twelve. Cool if you’re twelve, not so much beyond that point.

      • flower says:

        It’s also very mature to talk about others in a dismissing and demeaning manner. But I guess it’s ok because you are so much better, as you sit and comment on the computer.

        • Nicole says:

          You’re so right. Anyone who comments on any topic on the computer is automatically braindead. Oh well, I guess there’s no more need for the internet then, but it was nice while it lasted.

  14. Marco says:

    I’ve heard the beloved character who dies is

    SPOILER (OR NOT?)

    Becky

    and the major couple might just be Finchel – or Bartie – because it’s definitely too soon for Klaine (much as I’d like to get that smarmy git also known as Bland… whoops, Blaine off the show) to be over.

  15. Mabel says:

    I think the couple death could be Rachel’s dads – there are photos of her looking devastated and mention of a “life-changing moment”… I don’t think they’d kill of any of the kids, especially not right before nationals.
    I agree it could be sue’s sister, or maybe shelby corcoran? That would affect Rachel and Quinn enormously. Or maybe someone in Sam’s family, seeing as they’re featuring in an episode before (which is unusual as the only family we’ve seen on glee so far is kurt/finn)?
    I think the deaths will definitely be adults, but I’m not getting too excited – remember who the last “dramatic death” was? The Warbler’s bird.

  16. Marsha says:

    I hope Chuck will return next season b/c us Soap Lovers of AMC and OLTL are boycotting ABC! I always watch Chuck, never DWTS, and this past Monday I know many were watching Chuck instead!!!!

    Which brings me to Castle . . . WHAH . . . . I’m not going to be able to watch it.

    My weekly lineup, Chuck, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Bones. Friday used to be Medium . . .

  17. TeamWinchester says:

    I can’t stop laughing after reading all these hate comments about Sam!!! The same complaints over and over again and people threatening that they’ll quit watching…!
    Well, can you please do what you say and let the rest of us enjoy the show and the brotherly bond???

    • leaf says:

      Really? Weren’t the Sam fans the ones that kept threatening to stop watching if the PTBs didn’t make it all about Sam? Well I guess now that you have your wish you can sit there and be smug and happy. Didn’t the Sam fans threaten to boycott In The Beginning because it was Dean in the past? How easily the tables turn when Gamble is in charge and makes the show about the only character she wants it, and pleases the only fans she wants to, and yeah, it must be nice to be so smug.

      • TeamWinchester says:

        FYI, I’m a Dean girl and no, I haven’t seen such a massive Sam/girl whining as I’ve seen from EDGs… And this goes on for the last two seasons… And what pisses me really bad is that when these “fans” whine, they claim to speak for all the fandom or at least all Dean fans…
        Well, I am a Dean girl, but I love Sam very much and the brotherly bond is the most important story for me. I also like Cas, but I could leave without him!
        I just don’t understand how a spoiler for both brothers turned into Sam bashing and even involved Castiel in it…

    • Tori says:

      Yes, I can’t stop laughing at the same boring crap that has ruined so many forums for those of us who like all three main characters. I can’t believe what I’m reading here actually.

      I think we can have Dean, Sam and Castiel on the show. Other shows manage to have more than two castmembers.

  18. Sasha says:

    It a beloved Character….meaning Kurt’s dad. (No one else is beloved really)

    the relationship i suspect will be Brit and Artie

    • Marcus says:

      It’d be really hard for the actor who plays Burt to be in 6 episodes next season if they kill him in this season.

  19. Br. says:

    I really hope SPN doesn’t make Castiel evil or remove him from show one way or another. I liked the friendship between Dean and Cas in season 4 and early season 5 and I miss it. Dean and Castiel are the reasons why I keep watching this show. Of course, I like Sam, too, just not as much as the other two. Still, for me Dean, Sam AND Castiel belong in SPN (Bobby, too). I agree that’ll be difficult to have a fully powered Castiel in season 7, if there’s going to be one, but he could become human again (though that’s not my preferred choice) or simply lose some of his powers. Or there could be a rule by Fate or Death that makes it impossible for him to heal Dean or Sam or bring them back from the dead. I have to say, though, that even before Castiel came along I’ve never been particularly worried about the Winchester brothers. They can be injured or dead, but as long as it is not the last episode I know they’ll be okay again. In almost six seasons I’ve never been as worried about Dean and Sam as I’ve been about Castiel for the last two seasons. In fact, it gets worse every season because last season I only had to worry about show killing Cas, now I also have to worry about him becoming evil all of sudden.

  20. Christine says:

    I’m assuming that you don’t know this but “InSecurity” is a Canadian television show, just wanted to let you know.

  21. Kelly says:

    Fringe has been great this season, almost perfect. If they could stick to over here stories and lose annoying Bolivia plot, it would be perfect. Hope the observers are back for the finale.

  22. Milla says:

    Oh man, thanks for info about the Winchester brothers. :D It’ll be fantastic to see their bond out in full force again. <3

  23. Ste says:

    …we don’t all crave it.

  24. Nicole says:

    Just skimmed past all of the Supernatural infighting garbage (as H. said above, it’s an embarrassment for normal fans of the show) to say YAY to the Parks and Rec info! Love the idea of Ben and Leslie on a roadtrip – the possibility for sweet awkwardness is very high, especially with Ben ‘Cracks like a twig under pressure’ Wyatt around. Also, when I read that Ben would be moving in with April and Andy, I actually said ‘that is going to be amazing’ out loud at my desk and got a few stares. I don’t think there’s another show on tv right now that inspires as much pure joy as P&R does. BUT, if Ben and Leslie stop at an IHOP on their road trip or if they don’t kiss at least twice by the end credits I will stop watching the show forever because I am a fickle moron who enjoys making asinine demands from shows that owe me nothing other than entertainment.

    • murley says:

      ha ha. i agree about the awesomeness of p&r but i have to say the last part of your post really cracked me up. sad how true it is.

  25. Nepomuk says:

    Thank you Julie for this question regarding Supernatural and thanks Auselio for this absolut fantastic answer. I am a happy fan now and I want the brothers working well together and I think they are the strongest when together. Somehow I think Sam and Dean are both the true weopons of god. They both have strong beutiful character traits and a extraordinary strong soul. After all what they went through they succeed and they are the best when they are supporting each other!

    The best news for me!

  26. Cindy says:

    I have to LOL! at all those “embarrassed” to be a part of the Supernatural fandom; the so-called “normal” ones who are yet just posting on a fansite about a television show(s) and/or it’s fans, too-as if what they have to say is so much better or enlightening as what the “nutjobs” have to say. “Normal” is a relative term and some might even think the term “nutjob” could encompass anyone who posts on a fansite at all about a television show-and yes, I DO consider myself a bit of a “nutjob”, but if it helps me to get what I think of as quality viewing again out of a writer/showrunner of a television program that I once used to love so deeply, I can live with the label. Please bring balance back to the lead characters’ storylines in S7, Supernatural showrunners. And please keep Dean and Cas’ “profound” bond intact. It is a beautiful thing and I don’t mean in the slash sense. Cas saved Dean from hell, no matter his reasoning at the time, and for this *I* will always love him; and angel or not, he has clearly become a member of Dean’s “family”, too, and so IMO, deserves the same blanket forgiveness Dean spoke of concerning “family” in And Then There Were None. Please do not sully the Dean character by having him forget this and please do not have Cas turn evil just to get rid of a threat to the Dean and Sam dynamic.

    • Jack says:

      LOL
      Oh thank you for the laugh.

    • Nicole says:

      Hi Cindy, since words that I used in my posts are quoted in yours, I assume you’re referencing the things I said. Since you’ve read my posts, you’ve seen that I initially came here to post a postive reaction to the Parks and Recreation spoiler, but couldn’t help but skim past many many MANY posts of SPN fans fighting over the show. I did not come here to tell a showrunner or staff writers what specific decisions they would have to make in order to retain me as a viewer. I’m simply praising a show I like. There is a vast difference. As in, I am a fan, while those who come to these forums and essentially attempt the tv fan version of hostage negotiations in order to get what they want are delusional. There is a whole world of fan fiction out there for those who would like to see characters go in another direction – television is not a “Choose Your Own Adventure” book; it’s a show created and developed by a group of people who get to decide what happens. If you don’t like it you don’t have to watch, but you also don’t get to call the shots. The end.

      • maia says:

        *shrug* It worked for the Sam fans so of course the Dean and Cas fans are going to do the same thing. Problem is, it’s not about what the fans want, it’s about the back-stage politics. That’s what has been shaping the season since about the middle of season 5. When this show is finally over and people are no longer terrified of losing their jobs, a lot of really interesting stuff is going to come out.

      • Cindy says:

        In one of the 100th episode videos thanking the fans for their support of the show(and which he credited with keeping the show on the air), McG, an executive producer of Supernatural said that this show was unique in that it was a show made for the fans, He further went on to say if you want something, let us know what it is. TPTB of Supernatural have always taken into account what this fandom wants. Indeed, they pride themselves on it and this is being evidenced by one segment of the fandom getting what they want now after asking for it through-out S3 and 4(and yes, in the very same fashion). I, personally, am not attempting “hostage negotiations”. I plan on watching S7 no matter what, BUT I am trying to do as McG suggested as a fan that I do, so I can enjoy S7 better. I used the word please in making my requests so as to not make them seem like “demands” as I am well aware that they don’t have to give us anything that they don’t want to. It’s worth a shot to ask. That is the clear message that the showrunners and producers have sent to this fandom since day one of this show.

  27. gunmouthnow says:

    This makes me laugh. Supernatural’s Robert Singer says the boys will be ok because Dean learns to trust Sam. Really? Wow! How so deja vu! Didn’t Dean have to learn to love Sam in Swan Song? Now Dean has to learn to trust Sam? Why? Because Sam is going to save the day by sacrificing himself and Dean has to let him, or, Swan Song redux. I disliked the episode the first time it aired and now the show is asking me to watch a different version of it? Why? So I can watch Sam talk to Sam about Sam? Well Sam will enjoy it, since he’ll be talking about his favorite subject, but I think I will pass on the whole, Dean needs to learn to trust/love/be a doormat more, for Sam and Sam gets to what? Tell everyone how he’s the least and he’s so willing to play hero. Poor Sam. Let me do the honors Sam, and that way Dean won’t have to shoot you and be heartbroken. I can ask Cas to hear Dean from his mental view that the universe revolves around Sam.
    Thanks for nothing Singer. It seems to me that neither Kripke nor Gamble nor even you have learned anything from Swan Song or this season. Well, except that apparently, the only fans that are important to you are the Sam fans. But then again, Kripke and Gamble have made that pretty plain both last season and this season.
    Too bad Jensen is stuck in this dead end job. He’s too talented for this show and I hope when this show ends, Jensen will find showrunners who can do him more justice.

    • i'llshootyou says:

      do you know jensen, you idiot. jensen was the one who said the 1st half of theseason was too dean heavy. you inebreate

  28. gunmouthnow says:

    How very mature of you. I guess calling people names is on par with intelligent conversation for you.
    I also recall Jensen stating that the writers had forgotten, or didn’t know how to write Dean anymore, that the writers were writing Dean too soft, and he’s also stated that he wasn’t that thrilled with the way Dean was being written. Or did you not bother reading that far?
    As for the 1st half of the season, yeah, Dean heavy. Dean talking about Sam, Dean worrying about Sam, Dean being all about Sam. Maybe you’re happy, but some of us would really enjoy a show where Dean had a life and story of his own. Considering your grammar, I will ignore your slight. I know a limper by his/her grammer and you are definitely a limper.

    • Lee says:

      Yes, because of course Jensen has all the rights to decide where the show runners take the character. Right?

      You’re making Jensen look like an incompetent douche, you get that, don’t you?
      Kudos to you for being exactly what you describe others to be. That takes some serious delusional thinking.

    • Santa says:

      “gunmouthnow” – disagree with the post but love the name.

    • youtheman says:

      Just out of sheer morbid curiosity – if Jared had made the same complaints about the character of Sam, would it be viewed as sympathetic? Or diva-ish? What is it about Jensen that makes him so worship-worthy? I think they are both great guys and have had the privilege to meet them at 2 conventions, but the worship – I don’t get it.

      • maia says:

        Jensen has proved himself with his talent both in front of and behind the camera. Also when he talks about the show and the characters, he comes across as caring about the show as a whole and the crew. Others on the show, not so much and I include Kripke and Gamble in that.

        • Laura says:

          I believe Jared has commented that he doesn’t really bother reading what the other characters’ storylines are. And has there ever been an interview when he hasn’t taken over and talked exclusively about SamSamSam, without a single word about Dean or praise for Jensen, while Jensen always makes a point of praising Jared? Actually I think Jensen’s best performance is in that Con appearance where he praised Jared’s Lucifer. He should definitely get an Emmy for being so convincing when he was putting such a positive spin on Jared’s facepulling and gurning.

          • Kim says:

            Your hatred amazes me. Jensen would be so proud to have you as a fan.

            You’re showing your true colors and they are not pretty.

          • Shona says:

            I agree. It would be nice if just once in a while, Jared would complement Jensen the way Jensen is constantly complementing him. Just look at the recent interview from Mo Ryan. It’s nothing but talk about Jared playing RoboSam and Lucifer and all three spend the entire time fapping over Jared’s awesomeness. It’s just sad that Jared’s ego is so fragile that he needs his costar to constantly efface his own talents and accomplishments to make Jared feel better about himself.

  29. Karlee says:

    I bet Holly dies on Glee.

  30. DAS says:

    Abby will die in NCIS!

    • Renee says:

      Better not! I actually believe the show could not recover from the death of Gibbs, Abby or Ducky. Anybody else it MIGHT struggle thru and survive but not one of those three.

    • uh uh says:

      No! They can’t kill Abby!

      • NoChance says:

        Didn’t Pauley sign a new contract at the end of Season 7? It doesn’t make Abby totally safe but I think it does give her more hope than Rocky or Cote whose contracts are up at the end of this season.
        I think Michael, Sean and David also signed new contracts last year.
        The only one I’m a little concerned about is Ducky because Mr McCallum might want to retire and I never heard how much longer he signed on for.

        And I’ll add Tony to the “show would be in big trouble” without him list.
        The “Core 4″ – the original 4 characters still remaining are why I’ve loved the show since it began and why I’m still around.

  31. Jen78 says:

    that spn spoiler really made my day but after i read most of the comments i’m like really???? The show is always about the brotherhood so if you don’t care about them why are you watching it anyway? And for Cass, i don’t understand why you see him as a threat for brother’s relationship. I love Dean and Cass relationship and how they have improved that so far. And just because Dean and Cass are good, it doesn’t mean that Sam and Dean can’t be good at the same time. Cass is not Ruby. And for Sam and Dean, i think Sam owns Dean a lot of apologies. I’m a Dean girl, yes, but i love Sam too. And i don’t blame him for what he did while he’s possessed or soulless. But for example at When The Levee Breaks, he beats the crap out of Dean, it’s ok, they’re brothers, they can get pissed and hit at each other and then make it up, BUT, throttling and saying the “You don’t know me. You never did. You never will” ???????? C’Mon this guy’s been with you all your life! Everyone knows that you know each other better than anyone else. He said that, and then, he didn’t even talk about that. He didn’t say he was wrong or anything about that. He didn’t even open that up. And then, after they start to work together again, yeah Dean was bossy because of all Sam did, but then Sam said “One of the reasons i went with Ruby was to get away from you” C’MON!! what the hell is that mean? I mean just because he’s boring you for trying so hard to keep you safe, you have to go with a demon to get rid of him?? Seriously?? And at the end of this day Dean apologized. Again. And Dark Side Of The Moon. Sam didn’t even talk about his heaven either. When you compare Dean’s rememberies and Sam’s that was really heartbreaking but Sam didn’t need to explain himself. I want them to be good, i really do, and i love Sam but i really think he should talk about all these with Dean.

  32. Amy says:

    What is the matter with all you Sam-haters and Cas-haters? I love Sam, I love Dean and I love Cas. Why are so many of you putting so much of your energy into hating on one of the main characters of this show? I’ve done that in past shows and it was a huge waste of time. Chill out!

    • Robin says:

      So hard I agree with your post! I read these spoilers for entertainment while getting treatment for cancer, and for the most part avoid comments because I know they will devolve into hate-spewing, angry posts. For some reason today I read them. It’s sad, really, if one gives it much thought. To be so invested in fictional characters that people resort to name-calling, it makes me wonder. And I’ll sign off now. My real life – what’s left of it – awaits.
      God bless you all.

  33. Caro says:

    So where’s the Meredith/Derek scoop? We were dying for some scoop about Grey’s number one couple but all you said was repeat what we already know! :( I’m a bit disappointed.
    Besides, Bailey’s speech is crap. IMO.

  34. Agent52 says:

    Why did Joanna Kelly leave Warehouse 13? Is she coming back?

  35. AP says:

    HEY, SUPERNATURAL FANS – we’re all fans of Supernatural. Doesn’t matter which characters we hate and which we love, we’re all fans. So can we please stop making ourselves look bad, and show people just how much of a FANDOM-ILY we actually are? Thank you! :)

    • Sarah says:

      Seconded so hard. I finally left the TWoP Supernatural forum because people were starting to be so mean to each other. People seriously just need to chill. I love all of my boys. Can’t we all just get along?

      • I see your crap! says:

        TWoP doesn’t allow boards on boards discussion so there is no way that fans can insult each other. You must be getting it mixed up with SamTV and the CW Lounge where all the ravening everybody-but-Sam haters congregate.

      • Louisa says:

        What are you talking about? There actually is a Mod at TWOP and she doesn’t allow the kind of abuse that goes on at places like samtv and the CW Lounge. I take it those are the forums you like? I wonder why…

        • Sarah says:

          Actually, I left the online fandom altogether when things got nasty, because I DON’T like people being mean to each other. I don’t consider myself a Dean!Girl or a Sam!Girl, I really do love them all. I left TWoP light years ago when the hate was starting, and looking at the Mod posts now, I can see that they cracked down on things after I left, which I think is a good thing. It’s just sad that it had to happen, is all.

      • Kim says:

        Everybody’s left the TWOP by now. Only a handful haters are left.

        • Shona says:

          All the boards are dead and so is LJ, compared to previous years. This season’s Sam Show has driven away most of the fans. Just look at SnTV before it was taken over by the ESGs. Their episode discussions used to get thousands of comments. This last episode didn’t even break a hundred. TWoP’s episode threads used to routinely get 40 pages or more. Now, if they get above 10, it’s a major accomplishment. I don’t go to the CW Lounge because it’s just a bunch of airhead Sam fans who have the collective IQ of a marmoset. But even the Dean_Sam LJ com mod was considering shutting down because of so few comments. The interest in this show is way down this season, as are the ratings. That’s what happens when your showrunners only pander to the smallest segment of fandom.

          • Kim says:

            Thank you for showing your ignorance. The show is among the most watched on the network, and that after being moved to Friday, the day that is known to have the lowest ratings of the week.

            With statements like that, I can no longer take anything you say seriously. Fandom may be dead because you killed it with your hateful and incessant whining.

            Good job.*sarcasm*

          • magoghair says:

            As a Dean girl that hangs at the CW I resent that statement. In fact we have amazing discussion there…and you know what its NOT all about sam….its about dean,and cas,and the mother of all,and Bobby,and lisa/ben,and the storylines,and the writing….you MUST just search out threads you DONT like and then complain about the board…and I have to say since sam has gotten his soul back this season is just AMAZING!!! now that the brotherly bond is BACK…its like the soul of the show is back…so man I dont know where you think that,but yeah you do NOT speak for THIS Dean girl

          • Liz says:

            Some boards are dead because most fans have fled from unpleasant places where there is a lot of dog-piling and shouting down, and where the actor/character hate has grown intolerable. Instead, people have migrated to friendlier parts where there can be actual discussion, where insults and name-calling are not tolerated.

            There are a lot of people in Supernatural fandom who actually enjoy the fanwars and repetitive actor/character hate more than the show. This has driven lots of fans to withdraw from online fandom altogether, even though they still watch.

            There are plenty of fans (of Dean, Sam and Castiel) who are still enjoying the show, and are having lively and interesting discussion. they just do it in locked communities or through private e-mail so they don’t have to put up with craziness such is displayed in this thread.

          • another lucy says:

            The Sam fans have gone quiet too. So they are not chasing off anybody. Maybe the extreme Sam haters scared them off sn.tv. I know many Sam fans have left TwoP.

  36. Becks says:

    I think the Glee death is going to be someone in Sam’s family. That we’re meeting them is a little strange, so I think someone in his family is going to be really sick when we meet them, and then die a couple episodes later, right before nationals. And because Kurt is back at Mckinely next week, if Sam has to drop out of nationals, they will still have the numbers to compete.

  37. Cana says:

    Thank for the parks and recreation scoop. Its my favorite show on television. Ben and leslie on a road trip that should be amazing and ben living with april and andy i will be looking forward to that situation. Living with married people is not fun.

  38. spencer says:

    Back to Glee, I’ve been thinking about a Glee death happening for a while. It will really shake things up, and it’ll make Rachael stop being such a stuck-up *bleep* and a death would bring her back to earth. Anyway, I know it won’t be Becky, as a new Down Syndrome boy will be added to the cast next season and will have a big part with Becky. Also, it won’t be Sue’s sister, since it said that the person whose death will really shake up the whole school, which makes me think it will be a student or staff member. So, I believe it will be Principal Figgins because if he does, all of New Direction’s main support will be gone, and the school will be a mess for a while. OR, it’ll be Lauren becuase I believe next season will be focused on teen obesity, and if Lauren were to die of a heart attack, that would lead right into Season 3.

    Just some ideas!!

  39. Former Ausiello fan says:

    Wow Ausiello, You are now Shonda and SaRa’s little punk bitch?? You get asked a question about god forbid someone other than precious Callie and you can’t stand it so you blow the question off and reply about Callie anyway? You really need to put down the ShondaSaRa kool-aid. You are an epic fail and disgust me.

  40. Former Ausiello fan says:

    Wow Ausiello, You are now Shonda and SaRa’s little punk beyotch?? You get asked a question about god forbid someone other than precious Callie and you can’t stand it so you blow the question off and reply about Callie anyway? You really need to put down the ShondaSaRa kool-aid. You are an epic fail and disgust me.

  41. Glee Fan17 says:

    Charice should go. And not come back. As soon as we noticed she was on this show we turned off the recorder and changed to something else. We do not like the character or the poor attempt at singing. Obviously only on Glee to selfishly promote her. They also need to stop with the Paltrow show (she is on way too much)and get back to a Glee show as they had the first two seasons. The whole thing is going DOWN-HILL. We used to LOVE this show. The original characters are just fine;continue to develop them and STOP with the poor choices of “guests”. The viewing demographic is very different than they think. It actually goes from pre-teen to seniors. Not the typical 18-49. If they want to loose the older audience (the ones with the $$$$) then keep doing what you are doing.

    • ali says:

      charice is so much better than the other glee singers – did you hear her rendition of “all by myself”? You are completely wrong when you say she can’t sing but I agree I would not like her to appear frequently because her character sunshine brings nothing new to the programme.
      Sam was a new character this season and he is great and fits in really well which proves that glee can add new characters successfully.

  42. Chike Coleman says:

    When I thought of a beloved character and the death of a relationship on glee my money immediately went to the death of Brittany s pierce. Artie’s relationship would be destroyed if he lost her. My secondary choice is Becky or Sue’s sister.

  43. Creede says:

    It figures… They just are not brave enough to do anything death related on Glee. Please just bring back the show it is copying, Saved by the Bell. At least that was interesting, and when anybody sung, it was great. Not this trash and nails on a chalk board that we see on Glee. Even their postergirl (soon to be porn star surely) Lia Michelle or whatever, can’t hit a note if her career depended on it (and lets face it, her career doesn’t since everybody sucks up the spew she spits).

  44. Simon says:

    Join me on to the list of Castiel haters. He’s brought this show down since he started it used to be about family, and we lost more and more of that to become about this big all encompassing battle between angels and heaven and hell. Newsflash writers I don’t care about angels or what they want, i care about Sam and Dean and their bond. Thank you for realising that Bob Singer. Sam and Dean ARE Supernatural, nobody else.

  45. Robert says:

    I had a thought that maybe Vance would die. Think about it like this: the eyeball in the drink was said to be from someone we know. Then in the most recent episode, we find that it opens a high security door. Who was the only important character not in that episode? Vance (unless I missed a scene). And, being the NCIS director, that’s odd.

  46. Rae says:

    I think the death will be Brittney’s cat. It would be devastating to her as we can tell by her knowledge of cat diseases and the cat reading her diary. Also it would probably end in a quite lavish funeral have a nice shock value and not kill off a main cast member which I doubt will happen.

    • Erin says:

      I love this. Everyone wildly speculating about people and here you are, bringing them back to Earth with the death of Brittany’s cat (do we even know this illustrious cat’s name, anyway?). It is Glee after all and in Glee world, nothing makes sense but we still watch it. Has nobody realized this yet? This is totally plausible, since it doesn’t say who the character is beloved by but since the last death spoiler was an animal and they seem to be ramping things up for the end of the season, I do think it’s also possible that it’s a person. Don’t believe that it’s a major cast member like some do, though. It only says that it’s a “regular” cast member, which really just means not a guest star like April Rhodes, Carl, or Holly. Could be Anyone from Beiste to Figgins to even Jacob. Who knows.

      I’m a huge fan of the show and of the cast but definitely not in the crazy-obsessive subtype of fans(we’ve all come across them, probably many times, and if you haven’t then you’re one of them) and I don’t see the point of getting all worked up about spoilers anymore. I still like reading them but this show is more inconsistent than any other and in the end, we’ll find out everything anyway.

    • taytay says:

      Lord Tubbington… Heehee:) I like this. Now I want this to be canon.

  47. Andie says:

    I don’t like these Glee spoilers. I don’t like them AT ALL.

  48. AC says:

    Glee death, if it weren’t for the phrase “beloved character” I’d gues either Karofsky or one of rachel’s dads. And it can’t be Burt cause he has a like 6 episodes next season.

  49. Stephanie says:

    Callie used to be tolerable but way too much this season. Her father coming will be at least the third appearance of him while we’ve only seen Derek’s mother once in the series. What’s wrong with this picture? Derek’s character has been so lightly written this season. What’s up with that? Depending on what happends in the last episodes this might be the last year of Grey’s for me.

    • oldmaryjane says:

      So, what’s your point??? Both of Mer’s parents have been on multiple times; George’s family was on multiple times; Burke’s mother was on twice; Christina’s mother was on once; Owen’s mother was on once; Izzie’s mom was on once; Bailey’s dad was on once; Karev’s brother made an appearance; two of Derek’s sisters were on, with Amelia still making the odd appearance (three times for her). Who cares? It’s whatever the storyline dictates and obviously, Derek’s mom only needed the one introduction. Hector Elizondo is a great actor and the storylines needed him to be there. Callie always talks about her dad/family; Derek rarely speaks of his mother or sisters. Just because Callie’s dad makes three appearances in the six seasons she’s been there, doesn’t mean it minimizes Derek’s position on the show. Of all the comments I’ve read on this board, this has to be the most inane of all. And, if this IS the last season of Grey’s for you . . . CIAO!!

  50. JoJo says:

    MAYBE THE DEATH IS SUE’S SISTER!

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