Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Dexter, Fringe, Sons of Anarchy, Grey's, Chuck and More!

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Just want to say hi? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Do you have any light to shed on the Glee situation in coming weeks? —Becks
Ausiello: Here’s the sitch: The word around McKinley is that next week’s episode, “Asian F,” is destined to be inducted into the Glee Hall of Fame, right alongside such celebrated installments as Season 1’s “Wheels” and Season 2’s “Grilled Cheesus.” The Ian Brennan-penned hour centers on the long-simmering rivalry between Rachel and Mercedes (they’re competing for the lead in West Side Story), marks the arrival of Mike’s parents, and features music from Fame, Dreamgirls and (wait for it) Coldplay. Stay close to my Twitter feed Wednesday for more details on the episode.

Question: The Grey’s Anatomy premiere was heartbreaking. Do you have any scoop, please? —Jessica
Ausiello: Cristina may have terminated her pregnancy, but that storyline is far from over. Owen still has some major unresolved feelings about the whole ordeal. Basically, he’s still pissed. Like really pissed. Like using-his-fists-on-people pissed. Thankfully, Derek convinces him to channel his anger into something positive, like helping him build the deck on his and Mer’s McDream home.

Question: Any scoop on the return of Jason George to Grey’s Anatomy? —Claire
Ausiello: Look for tempers to flare between Dr. Ben and Bailey’s current beau, Nurse Eli, over a botched epidural. (Derek is forced to intervene before the two come to blows.) Imagine the fireworks when Ben finds out Eli’s shagging his ex! In related news, Chandra Wilson must be loving this.

Question: I totally loved the Fringe premiere. Will the brief flashes of Peter Bishop in the background continue? —Justin
Ausiello: My eyes aren’t so good as I get on in the years, but I don’t recall seeing Peter flickering around in Episode 2. But he does make his presence known in a different, rather maddening way. Also, dare I tease, you might even hear Astrid make reference to him in front of Olivia.

Question: I’m not sure if I’m alone in this, but I think the abundance of Seth Gabel in Friday’s Fringe premiere almost (almost) made up for the lack of Joshua Jackson. I fell in love with badass Lincoln Lee last season and while I do adore his nerdy doppelganger, will we be seeing the alt version sometime soon? —Megan
Ausiello: I forwarded your query to exec producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman, and they responded with an unequivocal, “Yes!” Wait, there’s more! “We all love Lincoln, and both versions of him,” the duo added. “They both will be important elements this season.” Beginning with this week’s episode!

Question: May I have some Fringe spoilers, please? —Natali
Ausiello: In this new reality, where Peter doesn’t (quite) exist, someone who was dead no longer is.

Question: Do you have any scoop on Breaking Bad and what’s going to happen with Jesse. —Morgan
Ausiello: The good news: The whacky tobaccy that’s been burning a whole in his pocket for much of the season is finally put to use. The bad news: It doesn’t reach its intended target.

Question: Any Good Wife scoop? —Audrey
Ausiello: I hear the show just wrapped production on a big Cary episode — big as in my buddy Matt Czuchry is in practically every scene.

Question: I’ll take whatever scoop you’ve got on Castle. —Ivy
Ausiello: At the time TVLine’s Matt Mitovich visited the Castle set this month, they were shooting the Halloweentime episode in which a “ghostbuster” is murdered while inside an empty, locked haunted house. So, who’s a believer and who isn’t? “Castle believes that a ghost is behind the murder, Beckett doesn’t,” Stana Katic told us. However, she was clear to point out, “That doesn’t necessarily mean that Beckett doesn’t believe in the supernatural, which I thought is kind of cool.”

Question: Anything you can tease about Hart of Dixie? —Claudia
Ausiello: Lemon (Jaime King) is going to basically forbid George (Scott Porter) from spending any more time with Zoe (Rachel Bilson). How does he respond? “George does the exact opposite,” previews Porter. “And not out of spite, but because it’s what he feels is right. Someone’s got to help her because the town turns on her very quickly, and George won’t stand for it. He’s squarely in the middle of Zoe and Lemon. And he might be viewed in the town as a bad guy even though what he’s doing is right.”

Question: Dexter returns in less than a week! I think you know where I’m going with this, Aus… —Amber
Ausiello: Either you want me to loan you my DVD of the first three episodes or… you want scoop. I’m guessing it’s the latter. A pivotal character finds out about Dexter’s secret blood sample stash in Episode 2. Also, after watching the first three episodes, I now understand why Jennifer Carpenter was so excited about this season. There’s a lot happening for Deb, both personally (a *r******!) and professionally (a *r***t**n). And Carpenter is really delivering the goods.

Question: Do you have any scoop on Dexter for the drooling masses? —Kevin
Ausiello: One of the most buzzworthy moments of the aforementioned Oct. 2 premiere occurs before the episode even begins. The opener is preceded by a roughly four-minute recap of the show’s first five seasons. Almost every major storyline and character is revisited in the mini-retrospective, with the exception of Rita. While her name is dropped a few times, we never actually see Julie Benz — and the omission is glaring. Think about it: How do you adequately summarize all that is and was Dexter without showing things like his marriage to Rita, the birth of his son and, most importantly, the death of Rita at the hands of Trinity! (The clipfest does show Dexter entering the blood-soaked bathroom, but we only see him take Harrison into his arms; Rita’s lifeless body is MIA.) Faster than you can say “Whatchoo Talkin’ ‘Bout Willis,” I snooped around and found out that since Benz is no longer on the show, Showtime (which declined to comment) would’ve needed Benz’ permission before using footage of Rita — a request Benz’s camp claims was never made. “Julie was not asked to be a part of the recap,” her rep tells TVLine, “but would have happily participated had Showtime reached out.” Odd.

Question: I was wondering if you have any spoilers on Psych! —Lydia
Ausiello: The Oct. 12 season premiere opens with Shawn in full-on James Bond mode (right down to the tuxedo), and later finds Gus trading harsh words (and almost a beat-down) with his worst enemy — a pre-teen lad who prefers the newer Star Wars trilogy! Also, that lie detector scene we shared with you over the summer? Don’t asssume that Shawn is the first person Lassiter hooks it up to with “interesting” results.

Question: Loving the new season of Parenthood and especially Sarah and Mr. Cyr! Please give me some scoop and tell me he will be around for a long time! —Stephanie
Ausiello: I can tell you that Jason Ritter will be sticking around at least through December — and very possibly into the new year. His participation beyond that largely depends on how quickly the drama series he’s developing with Parenthood boss (and newly-minted Emmy winner!) Jason Katims takes shape. In other Parenthood news, Joel and Julia’s road to adoption will hit another speed bump when the opportunistic husband of their prospective surrogate Zoe arrives on the scene demanding a piece of the action (read: money). Also, look for Crosby and Jasmine to have “the talk” with Jabbar. No, not that talk. Sheesh, the kid is, like, 10. I’m referring to the “we’re never getting married” talk.

Question: Was Ashton Kutcher really naked during the premiere of Two and a Half Men? My mom and I have a bet and I really think I’m right (that he wasn’t completely naked). If anyone knows the truth or can find out the truth, it’s you! —Kendra
Ausiello: I hope you bet the farm, because you’re hunch was right — Ashton’s little kutcher was not on display.

Question: I’m wondering if there’s anything you can tell us about the new Showtime series Homeland. I just watched the pilot and I think its the best new show I’ve seen in a while. –Charley
Ausiello: You have very good taste, Charley. I’m three episodes in and it’s by far my favorite new drama of the fall. It mixes the thrilling conspiracy-fueled intrigue of 24 with the methodically paced suspense of The Killing. And the performances are stunning. Claire Danes is sensational as a mentally unstable CIA agent — a character I’m pretty sure will turn out to be the love child of Jack Bauer and Nurse Jackie. The real revelation, however, is V‘s Morena Baccarin as the deeply conflicted wife of a suspected terrorist (played by the also fantastic Damian Lewis). It’s hard to believe this is the same actress who last season devoured a 14-inch white rat.

Question: Wondering if you have any scoop on David Boreanaz’ ominous tweets about Bones? —Sara
Ausiello: You mean the one about another character dying? That was much ado about nothing. The little troublemaker was merely referring to the victim of the week in Episode 6. All main castmembers remain present and accounted for. (And no, the show hasn’t been canceled.)

Question: Got any scoop on Sons of Anarchy? —Paulina
Ausiello: That whoreslutwench that Jax cheated on Tara with returns next month to wreak havoc on another already-vulnerable couple. And in equally disturbing news, Clay orders a hit on a major (and much beloved) character.

Question: Do you have anything juicy on the Secret Circle? —Monica
Ausiello: The Grim Reaper is coming!

Question: Alright this is my first time actually asking for a scoop even though I’ve been reading your scoops for a long time and I can’t get enough of them so I would like to ask for a scoop on Chuck because I just watched the Season 5 promo and I’m going crazy especially with the ending where they say he’s important and that’s why he needs to fail. Do you have anything for me? —Kayla
Ausiello: Aside from a Xanax and a Chardonnay smoothie? Um, let’s see… we’re going to meet Sarah’s former handler this season, and here’s what I can tell you about him: He’s in his early 40s, stoic, and answers to the name Ryker. Speaking of Sarah, did you see this?

Question: I’ll admit that I’m close to giving up. I asked for something on The Mentalist every week this summer and haven’t even been rewarded with one generic scoop. However, for now I persevere: Do you have anything on The Mentalist? —Jeff
Ausiello: I finally do, Jeff. And here it is. Thanks for your patience!

Question: Got any scoop about final season of One Tree Hill? —Sergey
Ausiello: Is it out there that Chase is arrested for beating up [spoiler]? Can someone Google it and let me know?

Question: Obsessed with Community. Anything new on the Greendale front? —Jasper
Ausiello: Did we know that Jeff and Shirley were childhood Foosball rivals? Because the show is casting teenage versions of Joel McHale and Yvette Nicole Brown for a flashback or fantasy sequence in which a young Shirley crushes Jeff at table football.

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 Meg Masters)

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  1. xav says:

    Of course Owen is pissed. Cristina got to make a decision instead of him making it for her like he prefers.

    • Lauren says:

      Or he’s pissed because she made the decision that concerns both of them without even consulting him on it?

      • Lu says:

        Kind of a hard decision to compromise on, though. One of them was going to have to cave.

        • l says:

          Exactly. Only one of them could “win” and it was never going to be Owen. I think that many people, Owen included, don’t understand that someone like Cristina is not going to change their mind about wanting kids. He shouldn’t be expecting children with Cristina. That said, he still has every right to be upset about what happened.

          • Guest says:

            I dont understand why the writer even felt the need to make this into a storyline…. and why is it that she was fine with the idea of keeping Burkes baby but not, you know, her husbands? She should have had the baby, let Owen raise it, and then got her freaking tubes tied.

          • Tammy says:

            I can’t help but wonder if she changed her mind at the last minute? They showed her breaking down, but at what stage were they in the procedure. They showed the signing of the consent form, but then they came back as she broke down crying. It may have finally hit her. Also, him seeing her going coochie coochie coo with Zola earlier with a big ole cheesin’ smile on her face surely left him feeling confused and hopeful. Poor guy, I love Cristina, but she can be so cold sometimes.

          • Jen says:

            @Guest When was Cristina fine with keeping Burke’s baby? She had an abortion planned the whole time, but it ended up being the ectopic pregnancy.

            Owen knew what sort of person Cristina was and that she didn’t want kids. However she seems good with being “Aunt” Cristina for Zola there.

    • ophelia says:

      He’s not allowed to mourn the child he wanted? He let her make the decision, but to expect him to not have feelings about it is insane.
      I would find it extremely bizarre if Owen woke up after the events of the season premiere and was totally fine. I’m glad they aren’t going to pretend like it never happened. That would be completely ludicrous.

      • amelia says:

        totally agree with you. im glad he supported cristina because he loves her, but that doesnt mean he is ok with her decision.

    • coalways says:

      @xav – Are we watching the same show? When has Owen made a decision for Cristina?

      • Itsnotreal says:

        Hey Xav – don’t you have anything better to do all day than troll the internet bashing Owen Hunt? He’s not real, you know. Just a character on a TV show. Maybe you should unplug for a few days – may do you a world of good.

        • Xavnot says:

          LMAO! Well said, itsnotreal. Someone definitely does not have a life. It’s pretty sad, if you think about it.

          • Ann75 says:

            Well. It’s not like there are not enough rabid Owen fans who keep posting the same arguments over and over again on every single site with a comment section. I would say the door swings both ways.

          • Xavnot says:

            @Ann75 It’s one thing to comment and reason in a rational way on message boards. But it’s another to be leaving verbal diarrhea about a fictional character – Owen Hunt all over the Internet. That’s warped.

    • Alicia says:

      Perfect first comment.
      Owen needs to learn to keep his hands to himself.

      • Anna says:

        Alicia, I read some of your comments and I simply must say: You are like Cristina. Not capable to have a relation ship. OF COURSE Cristina had to do what its best for her but Owen has the damn right to try to convince her and he has the right to want a child and he has the right to be sad that wont happen. What is wrong with you? Stay fair! He supported her in the end. And thats what matters. And if some people think this is put to bed, then well…they are naive!

    • Paul says:

      I’ve watched Grey’s off and on through the years so I don’t know every little detail, but I side with Owen on this one.

      Cristina is a doctor and doesn’t want babies, is irresponsible and has sex without some form of contraception, and then freaks out because she is pregnant? Did Owen know that Cristina didn’t want children when they got married? If he did, then he shouldn’t be too surprised (though rightfully angry) with her decision. However, if Owen didn’t know and they weren’t grownup enough to have that discussion beforehand, Cristina owed it to Owen to talk about it instead of unilaterally deciding what to do with their family.

      This is one of the reasons I don’t watch all that often. These people all seem to be stuck in the same place they were the first season.

      • Ruby says:

        What makes you think Cristina did not use contraception? There has been no hint towards any irresponsibility like that on the show whatsoever. And yes, Owen did know Cristina does not children. I suspect he just hoped she would change his mind though.

        • jj says:

          they never said she did, either. that’s why the whole plot was unbelievably derisive in the first place. this never would’ve happened. in the real world, a professional woman who does not want to ever get pregnant would be very unlikely to mistakenly get pregnant, especially not a DOCTOR!

    • Kristen says:

      Personally, I think my favorite was the way they had Meredith explained it to Owen, as to why Cristina should not have kids… because she had a Cristina as a mother. I think it was a good way for her to have put it because Owen would know how Meredith feels about her mother and the relationship that she had with her, and he would probably not want the same strain in his own son or daughters life.

      • Rob says:

        I disagree. Even if that is the truth, Meredith Grey needs to stop always thinking she knows whats best for Cristina. I think the whole storyline was not necessary and it was a lose lose situation either way it went

  2. robbie says:

    A whole Cary episode on The Good Wife? Jeez. Couldn’t we focus on the interesting characters instead of a whole episode of Cary doing the same smug face in every scene? Oh show, so much potential, so much wasted.

    • Ashley says:

      I disagree… I LOVE Cary and think he’s the most interesting character (after Kalinda, of course). I can’t wait for this episode. I think Matt Czuchry is fantastic in this, which is funny, because I didn’t like him on GG.

    • Jill says:

      I absolutely disagree, too. And it’s a show about lawyers, as if every other character on the show hasn’t had a smug face, as well. Cary is one of the more interesting characters on the show, and Matt Czuchry is brilliant.

    • Luc says:

      I also disagree. IMO Cary’s one of the most interesting characters but mostly he’s the most undeveloped one since we don’t know absolutely nothing about him besides him being a “lawyer”. We know more things about Kalinda than about him so I suppose it’s time to show more of him too.

    • Brianne says:

      I agree Carey is a waste

      • Deion says:

        I don’t agreee that Cary is a waste, but I was disappointed in the decision to revert him back to the petty, spiteful kid we saw in season one after all his growth over the course of season 2.Really? He turned down the offer to come back to Lockhart/Gardner because they wouldn’t assure him he’d make more money than Alicia? After losing to her fairly consistently?

  3. Allen says:

    Dreamgirls? Fame? Coldplay? Now GLEE is rolling. Episode might epic. Sh*t is going down!

  4. Paul says:

    Based on what I saw in the promo next week’s Glee looks like it will be one of the best.

  5. Al says:

    How about some more info on that 4 episode Bones special.

    Other then that, great scoops as usual. :D

  6. Jerri says:

    Hmm Deb Morgan is getting a promotion ?

  7. Ed says:

    I am willing to bet that the grim reaper pays a visit to Diane, I haven’t seen her do…well anything LOL

  8. kiva says:

    I don’t think the Boreanaz tweets were the ones referencing a vic of the week… I think they were talking about the “moving forward” and “booth’s apartment gone forever” ones… Unless I’m mistaken.

    • Meri says:

      That is how I saw those tweets too. The Booth’s apartment one makes me think that maybe Booth and Bones are moving in together on the show.

    • Sally says:

      I’m more curious about the picture he tweeted of Booth’s office getting taken apart. But I just can’t wait for this season to FINALLY start! The suspense is killing me!

  9. Marie says:

    A proposal and a promotion for Deb? I wonder what the promotion will be..

  10. Taylor says:

    Loving the Glee spoilers. Now I’m even more excited for next week!
    Is it safe to think that Walter’s wife is now alive since Peter never existed? That’s my guess :)

  11. Mehvash says:

    i love all the scoop, but please some RINGER scoop soon!

  12. Clau says:

    I have a feeling that Bell will be back from the ‘dead’….

    • Gavin says:

      I doubt it’s Bell. Olivia pretty much established she was kidnapped and replaced so that means Bell was needed to send the alt-Olivia back (although it begs the question why did they crossover in the first place if Peter wasn’t around).

      I’m sure they mean Peter’s mum. Think about it. If she killed herself because of her guilt about kidnapping Peter, and Peter died (we presume because the Observer didn’t rescue him from the ice after he was kidnapped), then there’s no reason for Mrs Bishop to kill herself. There’s no guilt on her part.

      • Jeff says:

        That’s what I was thinking, but if his wife was still around, why would Walter go crazy, and why wouldn’t she be visiting him? Maybe they divorced?

        • DougMac says:

          I think it’s her too. Wlater still could have gone crazy; people that brilliant arent usually mentally stable to begin with, nevermind ones that experimented so heavily with the drugs Walter did. They could easily be divorced; from what they’ve shown in flashbacks, even before Peter died they didn’t have the greatest marriage. Even if they did love each other very much, Walter would not be easy to live with.

      • Lilly says:

        I really think/hope it’s Charlie!

  13. Sivat says:

    Wow, the Dexter producers are really trying to make us forget Rita, aren’t they?
    She was my favorite character.

    • Mads says:

      I’m still not over her death and this post brought back many painful memories of the night that episode aired; mainly the 6 empty cartons of cookie dough ice cream. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to forgive them for that one.

      • Jeff says:

        I stopped watching Dexter because of the writers killing off Rita. It just seemed a cheap end of season stunt. Julie Benz deserved better than that.

  14. V says:

    Ima’s back. But who does Clay put the hit on?!?!? My money is on Piney.

    • Anne says:

      I dunno… I’d bet on Bobby.

    • AuntieMM says:

      My money is on Piney since Clay has just been looking for an excuse. Now that Tara told him part of what’s in those letters, Clay can’t let Piney use it for leverage to influence the club away from running drugs.

      Actually I see three deaths in the offing: Piney, Bobby and (if not this season maybe next) Tara. Gemma won’t let Tara tell Jax about those letters. On a more goofy note…if this is supposed to a variation on Hamlet then Piney is Polonius and Tara is Ophelia…not good for either character.

      • Anne says:

        I hate to break it to ya… but everybody dies in Hamlet. I should have waited until the previews to place my bet. Odds seem to be heavily in favor of it being Piney this time round. Bobby’s turn’s coming though.

    • Laurel says:

      I think the hit Clay orders is on Piney.
      Piney is going to use the info in the letters as leverage on Clay to try and stop the club from moving drugs for the cartel.
      And you know that’s gonna go over like a lead ballon.

      The question is how long before Opie finds out ? And will Jax know about the hit ?
      I mean Clay has already killed Opie’s wife and now he’s going to kill his father too.

    • Brigid says:

      There’s no way Piney’s making it to season 5. It’ll be either health related, made to look like it’s health related, or some sort of gun fight. He’s been pushing Clay’s buttons since Donna died.
      I’m also very concerned for my beloved Juice.

    • Amber says:

      I think it’s Bobby, he’s been far more vocal with his disapproval of the way Clay is doing things these days than Piney has, and I think Bobby might have a bit more sway with the guys just because he’s always out riding with them while Piney is back at the clubhouse. Although I agree that I’m not sure Piney will make it out of this season alive.

  15. hannah says:

    My guess is that Peter’s mom is still alive. Her death was directly connected to the guilt over not being able to return Peter to the alt universe.

  16. AT says:

    “The Grim Reaper is Coming.” That is part of the reason I wasn’t too excited to hear Kevin Williamson had signed on The Secret Circle. I don’t want characters dying all the time. It would be annoying on this show.

  17. Gemma says:

    I love Hart of Dixie. Thanks for the scoop on George and Zoe.

    I also can’t wait to see more of Wade. I didn’t think I would care but I like him more than I thought I would.

    This show is hot!

  18. olivia says:

    I’m guessing that Elizabeth Bishop is the character who never died in the rebooted universe.

  19. Emma says:

    Someone is no longer dead? Hmmmm…. maybe Peter’s mom or Alt-Broyles. But I really hope that it is Charlie. That would be awesome!

    • Anita says:

      Unfortunately Kirk Acevedo the actor who plays Charlie is currently on Prime Suspect so he won’t be seen on Fringe very often anymore. :( So I doubt Our-Charlie is still around…

  20. Claudia says:

    Quinn and a ring…it’s funny, he’s so nervous!

  21. bk8718 says:

    Sarah’s handler Ryker = JONATHAN FRAKES?!

    Although, he is almost sixty, so probably not…

    • Amy says:

      This would be the best casting ever!!!! He would be amazing…got to get the Star Trek love in there with all the Star Wars love :)

  22. mooshki says:

    You meant “Firefly’s Morena Baccarin,” right? RIGHT?

    • K~ says:

      Yeah, I’m not entirely sure why it’s considered a revelation that she’s a good actor – the folks around here tend to be on the Browncoat side of things, typically.

  23. Anita says:

    Yay lots of Fringe queries, though if you’re like me and up-to-date on interviews and stuff you already knew all of those answers. Alt-Broyles is still around, yippee!

    • Gavin says:

      That’s good news. What is the source of this info please? It still doesn’t mean others can’t come back. Just means Ausiello hasn’t been told or hasn’t seen the episodes yet ;)

  24. ggny says:

    the only good thing about the Heart of Dixie premiere was Rachel Bilson saying “Eww” at the start of it

    • Lisa says:

      The first half of Hart of Dixie was hard to watch Bilson as a self-entitled snob. The second half got better and by the end she seemed more open and less hardened. And, of course had me crying by the time it ended.

  25. awelle says:

    Thanks for the Chuck and Parenthood scoop.

    I don´t really want Julia and Joel to adopt Zoe´s baby. I would love if Julia just helped Zoe without getting the baby in the end.

    Love the idea of even more of Sarah´s backstory. Little surprised about her ever having a handler, but it would be great if they adressed what she did after being recruited right out of high school and actually starting to work for the CIA. I guess she might have had a handler for that time.

  26. Inkerbabe says:

    Pinkner and Wyman are pissing me off. They say they LOVE Peter but they do not! Why else would they make Peter stupid, make him a serial killer? Just to make people hate Him and Josh and make people love seth and Lincoln more. I hope this show goes under, they have treated Josh like ca-ca for the last time.

    • jkath says:

      What on earth are you talking about? What makes you think Peter is a serial killer?

    • A says:

      I second jkath above. Peter as a serial killer? I say, Huh? O.o Where’d you get that idea?

      • InkerBabe says:

        Season 3, episode 11, Reprocity, the episode that RUINED peter’s character making everyone hate Peter and love Lincoln more. I wonder if Anna torv and seth gabel are happy. They are to blame for all this hate for Peter and JOSH.

        • Gavin says:

          The shapeshifters weren’t real people. He effectively shut down machines to scan their memory so he could have an upper hand in a situation beyond his control. What would you do if you found out your destiny was to destroy the universe? You’d take action and he did. I don’t see it being out of character for anyone to try and take control of their destiny. Nobody I know hates Peter.

        • Lisa says:

          I don’t like Seth Gabel. Wish he would go away.

        • Amy says:

          Hi, PRBabe/GleeBee. Does the fact that nobody ever, ever has the slightest idea where you are coming from ever sink into your crazed skull? Or are you too busy stalking Joshua Jackson to care?

    • Donna says:

      (Background information to all readers: “Inkerbabe” is the latest pseudonym of a single female Dawson’s Creek fan who is fixated on what she perceives to be injustices toward Joshua Jackson. Ignore her)

      • guest says:

        She is also on Fringebloggers, Fringe Twop and You Tube, and she is not alone, she has some partners.
        They, epecially she , abuse and insult Anna Torv in every possible way.
        Fact is that Anna Torv talks in a positive way about Jackson in 99 out of the 100 interviews she does, the one timeshe does not, hell breaks loose.
        On the other hand Jackson never even mentions Anna’s name in his interviews.
        So ignoring his fans is the best way, but if you spread false rumours and attack someone constantly, other measures should be taken.

        • Inkberbabe says:

          Shut up, you freaking hypocrite. You freaking attack Josh every chance you get, TOO! BTW, name me ONE interview where she did mention Josh.

  27. Inkerbabe says:


  28. May says:

    Oooh! Can’t wait to see how Sarah will interact with her old handler! Thanks for the Chuck scoop!

  29. Kate says:

    I don’t get the whole rivalry thing between Rachel and Mercedes. Amber is a good singer but Lea is a great singer – there’s no contest there so there wouldn’t be in real life. Lea is the star – why can’t RM let her stay that way?

  30. I thought pregnancy too until I counted up the asterisks, there’s not enough there for pregnancy, but there are for proposal!

  31. Lili says:

    What about Mystic Falls? Please share the spoilers that you’ve read on The Vampire Diaries before us!

  32. Cass says:

    If the previously-dead FRINGE character who is no longer dead turns out to be our universe’s Charlie Freakin’ Francis (the awesome Kirk Acevedo)… sheer elation! Either way, they need to make Acevedo a series regular again, dag nabbit!

    • Gavin says:

      That would be wonderful. I’m sure they’d love to but it’s out of their hands. The actor has another show. I’m pretty sure I read somewhere that they will try their hardest to get him in episodes this season.

  33. Jennie says:

    Some people bringing their personal baggage to their Grey’s analysis. All that energy spent hating TV characters that could go towards something more positive and productive. If someone doesn’t like a character on a tv show, why would they continue to watch? Seems a little masochistic…

  34. Cindy says:

    <3 him! Absolutely one of the best characters on the show. Also loves him on GG

  35. jake says:

    I still think its rather bold for a series to actually go through an abortion on grey’s anatomy, it rarely happens. kudos i guess.

  36. Mikaylah says:

    Dexter asterisks: a proposal and a promotion.

  37. Nikki says:

    Yes! Thanks for the Castle scoop and the coming Mentalist scoop, Aus. :) Looking forward to the Halloween episode.

  38. Amy says:

    WOW!! Community just keeps getting better and better!! thanks for the awesome scoop :D

  39. Cynthia says:

    Thanks for the coming Mentalist scoop! Looking forward to it!

  40. K says:

    I disagree with this thinking. Condoms fail, the pill fails, vasectomy’s fail and you can even get pregnant after having your tubes tied!

  41. chrispatt86 says:

    My guess in Fringe : Alternate Broyles is still alive

  42. fringeobsessed says:

    FRINGE:”…someone who was dead no longer is.”

    I so hope that is David Robert Jones or Thomas Jerome Newton!
    But with Fringe it could be anybody, except I doubt it will be John Scott. I know you will tell us as soon as you hear, Ausiello!

  43. Cath says:

    “It’s burning a whole in his pocket”…

    The word is “hole”

  44. Cathi says:

    I thought Homeland didn’t start until October 2. Did I already miss 3 episodes?? :-(

  45. J says:

    I missed the season premier of Fringe – I can’t believe it!!! Does anyone know if it is being repeated before the next episode?

  46. StephyL says:

    I wish someone would put a hit out on Clay…

  47. Lisa says:

    Fringe…I don’t like Seth Gabel. I don’t like Lincoln Lee. Wish he would go away.

  48. Lisa says:

    Psych…I really hope Shawn lost some weight. He was getting pretty chunky monkey.

  49. Annie says:

    Hmm, Ausiello. MSNBC disagrees with your “source” about “Ashton’s little kutcher.” http://theclicker.today.com/_news/2011/09/27/7998664-men-gets-x-rated-kutcher-bares-all-on-set

  50. Lia says:

    what’s the scoop of damain in glee?