Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Vampire Diaries, Good Wife, Glee, Dexter, The Office and More!

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Question: Is there any thing you can share about Grey’s Anatomy — like who’s going to die in the finale? —Nikki
Ausiello: “Everybody’s in jeopardy,” teases Sarah Drew (April) of the May 17 climax. “There are three or four people who are not [involved] in the cliffhanger at the end of the episode. But every other cast member, like nine of us, are all in this — [so] who knows what’s going to happen, whether they’re going to be back or not.” Drew likens the episode, tellingly titled “Flight,” to previous Grey’s catastrophes “like the ferry crash or like the shooting… it’s that kind of a season finale. It’s big, it’s intense. It’s scary. It’s emotional. It’s exciting. All of those things. It’s a big one.”

Question: Any intel on this year’s prom king and queen on Glee? —Carrie
Ausiello: How ’bout I rule two people out? It won’t be Mercedes and Sam.

Question: Ausiello, I need to know what the heck is going to happen on Season 4 of Glee! But I’d settle for some intel on religious hottie Joe (The Glee Project‘s Samuel Larsen). I mean, he hasn’t really been assimilated into the core cast very well, outside of his flirtations with Quinn. What gives? —Brenda
Ausiello: Oh, I know exactly what’s going to happen on Season 4 of Glee, but if I told you, I’d have to send you to the cornfield along with Rory and Karofsky and Lauren Zizes. So to answer your second question, fret not: This week’s Glee finds Joe taking some solid steps toward establishing a closer friendship with a New Directions bro. Namely, Sam. And namely, via an awkward-funny talk about Biblical knowledge of the ladies.

Question: Do you know anything about what’s going to happen with Dave Karofsky on Glee? —Vinsh
Ausiello: There’s a teensy chance he’ll be back for the finale, but don’t hold your breath. “The soonest that I would come [back] would be in the finale, and that’s up in the air,” the recovering bully’s portrayer, Max Adler, told us at Saturday’s GLAAD Media Awards. “We’ll see. I always hope that I am. It’s up to the writers and [series co-creator Ryan Murphy].” Personally, Adler — who recently shot a guest spot in Shawn Ryan’s ABC drama pilot Last Resort — would love to see Karofsky’s storyline come full circle. “For him to ultimately accept who he is and be OK with who he is, it would be an amazing thing for the fans to see,” he said, “and for people who are struggling and identify with Karofsky to see.” If and when the character does return, Adler would love to see him find love — under one condition. “If Ryan Gosling’s playing him,” he cracked. “I’m all about it!”

Question: How much longer am I going to have to pine over Kim Delaney’s absence on Army Wives? —Kristy
Ausiello: Not too much longer. (That’s me stalling until the show’s publicist gets back to me with a return date.) If Claudia Joy had half a brain, she’d stay far away until at least Season 7. That’s because I have it on good authority the Lifetime drama is getting ready to introduce an anti-social conspiracy theorist who blames the world’s problems on the government. He’s also a skilled marksman. And he goes by the name “The Shooter.” You do the math.

Question: Love Gossip Girl…and your scoop! But as a Chuck and Blair fan, should I even be excited for the upcoming episodes? —Mary Kate
Ausiello: I’m going to sidestep your question and instead tell you that at least four of the nearly two dozen [Spoiler]’d out entries on TVLine’s 2012 May Sweeps Scorecard belong to Gossip Girl.

Question: Any scoop on Sunday’s Good Wife finale? —Hyday
Ausiello: Alicia makes a phone call that could have huge consequences for one of the main characters. It also sets the stage for a major Season 4 storyline that’s been a long time coming. Oh, and for those of you hoping for a nice Will/Alicia moment, you’ll get one.

Question: Burning House query — any idea what David Shore meant when he said Thirteen “intervenes” with House and Wilson? —Jacob
Ausiello: After watching the promo for next week’s episode, my guess is she uses her unique POV as a person with a terminal illness to talk House and/or Wilson off a ledge in the wake of the latter’s grim diagnosis. For her part, Olivia Wilde would only conform that she “got to have scenes with both Hugh Laurie and Robert Sean Leonard, which is a dream for any actor.” And what about Shore’s “intervenes” tease? “I don’t want to give anything away, but it’s not quite that,” she shares. “But I did get to have scenes with each.”

Question: Any scoop on Drop Dead Diva? —Anadi
Ausiello: When the Lifetime series returns this June, Jane will be relaxing in Italy, and she won’t be alone! “She’s with Owen,” leading lady Brooke Elliott told us at the GLAAD Media Awards. “It’s going to be a really exciting season. It’s got a lot of, ‘I love you, you love me, but I love him.'” Does that mean there’s still a chance for Grayson, who was last seen rushing to the airport after Stacy told him it’s really Jane he wants? “Grayson starts to turn his eye toward [her],” teases Elliott. “That’s going to be fun because Jane doesn’t know it. It’s going to be a little bit of a reversal of wanting the other one. … He thinks that Jane could be Deb, but you’ll have to see what happens with that. There’s a flip-flop there.” Plus, the actress dropped this surprise on us: “There’s a proposal coming up.”

Question: Any intel on how long James Marsden’s Criss will be around on 30 Rock? — Leah
Ausiello: Frankly, I’m surprised he’s stuck around as long as he has. Nothing against Marsden, but I always assumed when the time came for Liz to settle down she’d so with Michael Sheen’s Wesley. But as Tina Fey points out, the road to happiness is full of unexpected twists and turns. “It’s interesting because [the chemistry between Liz and Criss] wasn’t necessarily something we planned on,” she says. “But I will say that James fits the show so nicely and he’s such a pleasure to have around. He plays all the jokes so well, and as a character, Criss seems to be very good for Liz. She’s always kind of bumped up against people who were so much like her, similar to her, and his kind of oppositeness has played out nicely. So I don’t know — maybe she’ll end up with Criss!”

Question: You mentioned that Jenna and Paul take their relationship to the next level in 30 Rock‘s live episode this week — care to elaborate? —Anna
Ausiello: I think I’ll let Jane Krakowski field this one. “I think after we’ve had our little sexual walkabout, Jenna realizes that Paul probably is the man for her — the schman for her,” she says with a laugh. “And they progress with their romance and their love story in the only way that 30 Rock could bring forward. We sort of have a very, I think, somewhat realistic storyline in this one, and romantic.”

Question: Hey, we need titles for all the upcoming bonus episodes of Bones. —Rex Z.
Ausiello: Apologies for the delay, Mr. Z. Here you go:

* “The Gunk in the Garage”
* “The Patriot in Purgatory”
* “The But in the Joke”
* “The Ghost in the Machine”

Question: Anything else on the season finale of The Office? —Chris
Ausiello: All of the uncertainty surrounding who is and isn’t returning next season actually made the episode easier to write, according to departing showrunner Paul Lieberstein. “We often have to try to figure out how we are going to start the next season and then write to it in the finale,” he explains. “Without that option, we just focused on what we knew — James Spader is leaving, so exiting him in a fun way is built into the story. And the dynamic between Andy and Nellie [Catherine Tate] has been great, so we continued to play with that.” Lieberstein, BTW, tells me the finale will most certainly end with a cliffhanger.

Question: Please, any Dexter Season 7 spoilers to help with the long wait? —Andrés
Ausiello: OK, but you might not like what I have to tell you: The show is recasting not only Deb but Dexter, too. Did I scare you for even a second? No? Ah, well. Off day. Anyway, what the show is actually doing is casting those characters, presumably for one-off flashbacks, as kids. The bigger news — how’s that for burying the lead? — is that Miami Metro Homicide is getting a new cop: Det. Angie Miller, a no-BS African-American divorcee with two kids. (Speaking of Dexter S7, did you see this?!)

Question: I know Suburgatory‘s Tessa and Ryan are bit of a mismatched pair, but I just can’t help but love them together! I hope we get see more of them together. Like an ultimate triple date of them, Lisa and Malik and maybe Dallas and George chaperon[ing]? Could I ever be so lucky? Hugs to you! —Estée
Ausiello: First of all, a polite handshake back to you, Estée. (Hugs? It’s like you don’t know me at all.) Now, as to your question, Allie Grant, who plays Lisa, exclaims, “I’m game for anything!” Whether the show is also game remains to be seen. (My guess: not this season. Sorry.) However, the actress does tease that there is hope for Tessa and her himbo sometime beau. “We’re sort of left with that question [of their relationship prospects] lingering,” she says. “It’s not something that we directly address, but you’ll get a better idea as to what could be happening on the horizon.”

Question: Can I have a Vampire Diaries spoiler on Caroline and Klaus? —Elizabeth
Ausiello: Our gal is going to be seriously conflicted when it comes a certain Original. “Caroline doesn’t understand what draws her to Klaus [just like] any young woman who is seduced by and charmed by and intrigued by a dangerous man,” says EP Julie Plec. “There’s a lot of things that she can’t really explain about herself and her connection to him.” But there is one thing that she knows for certain. “She’s made her loyalty to Tyler and her love for Tyler very clear and will continue to have to do that.” However, that might not be enough to reassure her hybrid boyfriend, who’s “jealous and pissed off” about her new sorta-relationship with his sire. “[Tyler will] deal with that in the next episode, realizing that, ‘Hey, I sort of brought this on myself by leaving and leaving the opening for this guy to come in and move in on my girl,'” previews Plec. “Unfortunately, there’s still the question remaining: Was he able to effectively break that sire bond, or is he in for a rude awakening? You’ll definitely see that play out over the next couple [of episodes].”

Question: Any scoop on Vampire Diaries, Supernatural or Sons of Anarchy would make my day! Do you still accept cases of Snapple as a bribe? —Amy
Ausiello: I choose TVD (and diet raspberry iced tea, thank you). And, if you’re a Rebekah fan, Amy, you’ll be especially interested — and relieved — to know that, even though her mother is currently possessing her body, the lone Original sister is OK. “It’s a temporary problem,” Plec assures. “It will resolve itself quickly and effectively.” But first, Esther will use Alaric to try to get what she wants. “What she sees in [his] alter ego is someone who loathes vampires and could be a useful ally in her quest to kill her children,” teases Plec. “She has big plans for the hunter in him.” As for when the gang will figure out that Rebekah isn’t really herself, “it all comes to a head right away in the next episode.”

Question: I’m dying to know if there are any spoilers you have for Bonnie on The Vampire Diaries at all? It seems like she’s barely on this season. —Suzy
Ausiello: She’s in this Thursday’s episode, and according to exec producer Julie Plec, she “gets to get gorgeous and have a date, which seems like it should be awesome and is briefly a really nice time for her. But then, unfortunately, as things tend to at the Decade Dances, the date gets disrupted and her date, Jamie, gets to see the other side of her life, which is how she saves the day.”

Question: Does Leslie win the city council election on Parks and Recreation or not? —Jeremy
Ausiello: Not squealing. (That’s me pretending like I know when I don’t.) Here’s what I can tell you with absolute certainty: There’s a scene in next week’s episode involving Andy, Jerry and a pie that is all kinds of sad/hysterical/inspired.

Question: GCB has quickly become one of my favorite shows. Got any scoop on the finale? —Kristen
Ausiello: There will be blood. At least there was behind the scenes. “On the last day of shooting of the season finale, when I took my shoes off, there was blood all between my toes,” GCBer Miriam Shor (Cricket) tells us. “That’s how hard I worked for a good season finale!” Her co-star, Mark Deklin, says viewers can expect “blackmail and extortion” (but not necessarily in that order).

Question: Any possibility you could give us some scoop on Fatality No. 3 on your May Sweeps Scorecard? Specifically, how likely is it to stick? —Ryan
Ausiello: Given how integral this person is to the series in question, I’d venture to say the odds of it sticking are slim.

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to (Additional reporting by Vlada Gelman and Alyse Whitney)

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  1. Ally says:

    No DH? :(

  2. Anon says:

    Thanks for the TVD scoops! Got some scoop on THE SECRET CIRCLE for us next!?

    • A. says:

      Forget The Vampire Diaries! What’s happening with Arya and Gendry in Game of Thrones??? Is Tywin going to kill them or they get to live another day in Harrenhal?

      • Shaun says:

        they survive

      • braavosi says:

        If Game of Thrones sticks to the books then Gendry and Arya should live long enough to become quite an impressive – albeit implied – love story. However, since Lommy wasn’t killed before Harrenhal (nor Gendry was tortured in front of Arya) I fear for their longevity, not even children are safe in this show.

  3. Ian says:

    The less Karofsky on Glee, the better. They’ve failed at every opportunity to write a satisfying, sensical storyline for him.

    • Penguin says:

      Right. And they didn’t fail with all the other characters. Personally, I think Dave got the best written story thus far.

      • Hmm.... says:

        I couldn’t agree with you more. He is the most consistent character on the entire show. The majority of the characters’ (especially Blaine, Sue, and even Kurt in this season) personalities change to suit whatever ridiculous situation they currently have going on. Dave is the best written, and he is the only LGBTQ person who doesn’t fall into a stereotype. There are tons of Kurt’s, Blaine’s, Santana’s, and Brittany’s on television. There are relatively few Dave’s. The more of him, the better.

    • Norma says:

      Respectfully disagree with this.

      • Sushi says:

        Agree with Penguin! Karofsky’s storyline is the only well acted and well written storyline from both seasons 2 and 3. What a shame the writers didn’t make Max Adler a regular when he’s proven himself time and time again. I don’t understand why people want to see him gone. THE LESS BLAINE THE BETTER is what we all need to be saying instead.

        • wow awful, More Blaine, More Sebastian, More David, less Finchel who has arc after arc.

          • Hmm.... says:

            I’m not a huge Finchel fan, but they’re the main couple, and the main characters, of the show. They won’t just go away. I say less Blaine, who is horribly written and lacks a stable personality, and who always manages to become the victim of every situation that comes up (such as the one in Dance With Somebody) and more Dave, who is one of the most realistic LGBTQ teens on television at the moment, who doesn’t fall into the vast majority of stereotypes over the community.

  4. lorna says:

    Rebkah needs to go, I used to like her, now she just irks me.

  5. lorena says:

    Look, I love Max but I do not understand what he wants for his character when he says he wants him to come “full circle”. As far as I’m concern he has, Kurt has shown him he can be happy. That the future is still bright for him, he needs to surround himself with people who love and accept him and not mind those that don’t. It’s established that Kurt is willing to be his friends. He’s not a regular, so it’s completely acceptable to not bring him back, if somewhat unfair. Max has such an amazing career outside the show, I want him to continue doing those things and not be tied down to this show who will only ruin his character if he becomes a regular.

    • Beth says:

      Television shows are all about show, not tell. Just imagining a happy future does not a happy future make. No one is saying anything about making him a regular. His SL can continue and reach a more fulfilling conclusion without a difference in contract.

      • Emily says:

        I think for the purposes of Glee, his story has come full circle already. I actually don’t want to see Karofsky return anytime soon (or at all), because I like the hope for the future he was left with. I’m imagining that he’s left Lima and will never look back, living life fully. I think if the story was continued we’d either need to follow him like a series regular (which I don’t agree with or see happening because he was never in New Directions and he’ll have graduated HS), or not see him for a good long time (years) while he picks up the pieces. I think anything in between, i.e. seeing sparsely random snatches of his journey up from rock bottom would be a mistake.

        • Adam says:

          I couldn’t disagree more with any of this. The suicide stunt followed by a total absence is just Glee being irresponsible, venal, callow and offensive. Suicide and suicidal ideation is not cured by a tearful daydream of the future whilst holding a hand in the hospital. Glee has failed miserably at showing troubled teens, gay or straight, considering suicide that life can get better. Take it from someone who knows all to well. It just proves that Glee is hollow and as worthless as a dim reality show star. Anything else like the desperate rationalizations above is equally as cold, troubling and short-sighted.

          • Emily says:

            My mistake for making it seem like everything was rainbows and butterflies for Karofsky. That was a misleading representation of how “cold and short-sighted” I am. My point is that in Glee-land, that’s how it is, and for Glee, that’s as good as it’s going to get. It is a shallow show, and therefore, I think that any attempts by the show to portray the reality of suicide and depression would be colossal failures, much like they’ve done already. What are they going to do? Glee’s idea of getting through anything is to slap a band-aid on it by singing a song and remembering they have friends. How on earth could they ever do the subject justice on a show like this? Just attempting to bring attention to it on network TV is a huge step. And now, in the context of this show, it is done. The door has been opened for the subject to be handled by a vehicle actually equipped for handling it (read: not Glee). Which means that in the meantime, I’m glad that kids might see hope because of Glee, however false and unrealistic it might be, instead of getting mired in a subpar Glee portrayal of the pain and grittiness of recovery infused with pop tunes that convolutes all intended messages, good and bad. Now, if we’re talking about how this rose-colored portrayal keeps suicidal teens’ friends from understanding the gravity of the situation, that’s a different story. But that’s only one of many battles. Many kids don’t know to recognize and stop their friends from drinking a fatal amount of alcohol, or realize that a guy taking a drunk girl into a bedroom is something that should be stopped. There’s plenty of realism to go around.

      • lorena says:

        Glee hasn’t been showing us a lot of anything lately opposed to telling. They are getting extremely preachy and moralistic with their storylines. That coupled with just singing about their feelings does not make a decent show. And if Glee is having to tell us their points rather than show them then this show is sinking fast. Also I can’t imagine them doing any kind of justice with Karofsky’s storyline if they DON’T make him a regular. They can only bring him back every so often without trivializing his storyline. It would be random and unnecessary.

  6. could someone please tell me what is going on with Make it or Break it? Are they picking up the back end or what? I can’t believe they would do a half season but not get us to the freaking Olympics.

  7. abigal says:

    Lmao, side-stepped the Chairios again! You’re my actual favorite, Ausiello.

    • Annie says:

      Oh how mature.

      • @Annie says:

        how was this comment necessary?

        • Annie says:

          Because if he was ignoring DB questions you’d be on his ass. You all seem a little cocky to me and with this show and its fast pace that’s not a good combination.

          • katy says:

            buuuuut he’s not ignoring DB questions. therefore, i’m inclined to laugh at the moment.

          • tues says:

            Exactly. It’s been said numerous times that Ausiello is a Ban stan, so it’s not necessary for him to act like he’ll answer a Chair question. It’s immature and petty.

    • lucero says:

      that just means that there probably is a chuck and blair reunion and he’s just not allowed to say it (he’s probably been side-stepping these questions at the request of the network). if there’s at least four on that list we most likely have two break-ups (dan/blair, rufus/lily), one reunion (chuck/blair), and a resurrection (bart bass). but congrats on failing to understand that subtext of the response!

      • abigal says:

        nope, it’s been spoiled that rufus nd lily are the reunion in the finale. sorry! :(

        • lucero says:

          well that’s good because i would be bummed if they (rufus/lily) broke-up permanently, but that doesn’t mean that dan and blair will make it. there was a reason he directed people to the list.

    • Em says:

      The 4 scorecard items:
      Couples breaking up/divorcing: Dair
      Couples reuniting: Chair
      Couples getting engaged: Chair? (a little soon but wouldn’t be that outrageous)

      There aren’t that many more possibilities. I guess Rufus and Lily could get a divorce or get back together.

  8. #TGW What does “a nice moment” mean. DDDDDDD:

    • Katherine says:

      I know right? TGW finales do have a history of swoony Will/Alicia moments (see: S1’s heartfelt phone call, and no one’s ever going to forget last year’s elevator sequence!) so here’s hoping!

  9. Zach says:

    Wait. Does the comment that Rory was sent to the cornfield with Lauren and Karoffsky mean he’s being written out of the show for sure? I can’t remember if that was confirmed or not…

  10. Abby says:

    Sounds like a Dair breakup and a Chair makeup to me.

    • kath says:

      Nahh, son. Watch, Blair’s going to end this season single. And probably spend much of season six single.

      • Abby says:

        That would probably be the best thing for her. She needs to take a real break from all the man drama. Abd by real break, I mean more than 15 minutes of an episode.

  11. sam says:

    Trollsiello trolls the Chuckistans once more! Stay awesome, A. ;-)

  12. Nerwen Aldarion says:

    Wow 2 weeks in a row and not a single show that I watch. What does a girl have to do to get some Castle scoop?

    • lei says:

      There’s no much Castle scoop that can be realease. You have the current Beckett-Castle drama. The title of the last episode is “Always”, add 2+2 and you get the season finale. Plus, it’s not like someone is going to spoil who Beckett’s sniper or her mother’s killer is. We just have to wait and see.

  13. Olivia says:

    I bet Alicia’s phone call has to do with Kalinda’s husband >:^)

  14. Becks says:

    I really think it would be a disservice to the thousands of people that identify with the Karofsky character to not bring him back at least one last time. There’s a huge difference between showing the possibility of happiness versus showing the character achieve said happiness. It’s irresponsible to pull a stunt like a suicide story line and then to not see the story line through. Then again, they can always bring him back next season to do that with more time like they did between Season 2 and Season 3. Whatever they need to do as long as it’s just not left like that.

  15. Nora says:

    Fingers crossed for Max’s return on Glee and for Chair to stay dead on Gossip Girl.

  16. Lauren says:

    No, the dynamic between Andy and Nellie has NOT been great! It’s horrible, and it’s ruining the show for me. Get rid of Catherine Tate, already. The show is over; just let it go, NBC.

    • mike says:

      Yup, completely agree. It’s amazing to me the PR push that websites like TVline are willing to engage in for access. The Office is really forcing Nellie down fans’ throats, but no one seems to like her at all (at least not of the people I know; and the majority of comments I’ve read online are quite negative). Despite this, virtually all the TV websites seem to be on her bandwagon. This is sort of like how every year Kristin from eonline would proclaim Heroes was “back” after disappointing recently. Except it was never back. It just kept sucking.

  17. Jamie says:

    Awh, no Supernatural? Bummer.

  18. May says:

    No Castle? Bummer.

  19. jenokc says:

    Any one else think the 3Rd death might be Elena on TVD? She is integral, and there aren’t many shows where someone can come back from the dead

    • Ari says:

      I think she’s going to be turned this season so technically she will be dead, just a vampire so she’d still be around whining and pouting.

  20. somebody says:

    Wishing for a good Will/Alicia on the Good Wife, and that Blair crushes Douche Dan’s heart like a bug. :) She needs to be ALONE.

  21. Gabby says:

    Loooove the klaus and Caroline stuff!!!!!! I want them and I want them bad!

  22. Ruby says:

    I’ve never seen a more unprofessional person when it comes to Ausiello and GG. Why does this show turn people into immature little brats? Like seriously, it’s really pathetic now. It’s like he wants attention like a 5yr old child.

  23. Mari says:

    Nothing on Castle? :(

  24. rubytu says:

    I’m hoping for a nice moment between Alicia and her husband. The series is called The Good Wife, and dammit, I want to see a good wife!

    • tues says:

      Yeah, because her “husband” has been SOO “good” to her.

      • rubytu says:

        no, because she’s the good wife! That’s what I want to see!

      • rubytu says:

        I mean you can’t base your behavior on what someone else does, can you? And the show is called the Good Wife. That’s all. I really want to see a good wife.

    • Elke says:

      Then you should be happy most weeks because Alicia is a GREAT wife to him. Just because they’re not sleeping together doesn’t mean she isn’t a good wife in many other ways. Peter would have none of what he has (job, power, popularity) if it weren’t for her.

  25. TaMara says:

    Really want to see Max Adler have a long and successful career. Every time he gives an interview I like him more and more.

  26. Mel says:

    Sadface :'( I don’t watch any of those shows

  27. Sarah says:

    So, I googled a thymoma. And a stage 2 thymoma is very treatable… So David shore & team, ummmmm…?????

    • lei says:

      He and Shonda Rimmes from Grey’s Anatomy should exchange storylines. On Grey’s Anatomy a character who was sure to die (Izzie), actually (and imposibly) survived and Wilson is likely to die in House’s finale. Medical dramas, please get real! For once!

  28. Patti says:

    I can’t stand Nellie on The Office. I tune out when she’s on. I’m guessing the death is going to be Charming on Once Upon a Time but I hope it’s not him. I don’t want him,Snow, Belle or Rumpel to die.

  29. Olivia Wilde says she had scenes with both House and Wilson, but I feel like Wilson is still going to die in next week’s episodes. Maybe the scene she has with Wilson is with his dead body?

  30. BL says:

    So I am thinking that Dan & Blair will break up (1), her and Chuck will reunite (2), Vanessa will return (3) (is that even possible?!?) and Rufus and Lily are pregnant (4).

  31. Veronica says:

    Why is it tnat anytime a fan asks a question about Chuck and Blair, you change the subject. Not fair.

    • DramaQUEEN says:

      Ausiello is a known dair fan. He also doesn’t do any spoilers EXCEPT Blair and Dan. Occasionally Lily and Rufus. It’s immature and petty, but that’s Ausiello for you! :D

    • Elke says:

      Because it’s hilarious.

      (Oh and the site gets more traffic when you all come here to leave outraged comments.)

      • DramaQUEEN says:

        We aren’t outraged, just confused as to why an “adult” is acting like such a child. It’s funny actually. And FYI, I’ve seen WAY more comments then this, which is probably why he does it, but thanks!

  32. Danielle H says:

    3 TVD scoops. *swoon*

  33. Ships in the Night says:

    For Gossip Girl

    Number of couples reuniting: Chuck and Blair
    Number of break ups/divorces: Dan and Blair
    Number of ressurections and/or big returns: Bart Bass
    Number of engagements: Chuck and Blair

  34. Brendan says:

    Rory is not gone though, he was sick during the filming of the past two episodes but it says that he’ll be back for the rest of the year. And with so many people potentially leaving, I don’t see why they would get rid of him. I think that Karofsky’s story has ended and Lauren was simply a filler character that never reall formed IMO, I’d love to see her come back if they would develop her more. Any news of Sugar though…. she’s MIA with no explanation.

  35. PH says:

    The Klaus/Caroline thing on TVD is utter nonsense. Came out of nowhere and has managed to neuter Klaus into being one of the dullest villains the show has ever had. I’m very disappointed with Season 3 overall to be honest. The producers Caroline bias is really starting to grate and her perfectness is getting boring, Klaus has turned into a wimp, the main love triangle is becoming a yawn fest, and they keep shafting other characters like Bonnie, Matt and Tyler for other recurring characters. May be time to switch off.

  36. Nora says:

    There were parts of this episode that I really loved but sometimes it felt clunky because how the songs were woven into the episode. Blaine’s song suffered from it the most. There was no way a transition from a sad scene like that could move onto a techno song without it not feeling out of place. I really loved Kurt and Blaine in this episode. Really good acting from Chris and surprisingly Darren. Blaine broke my heart.

  37. Lots of people die in the Seattle Grace-Mercy West Hospital–mostly patients–do they really need to kill one or more doctors?

  38. Elizabeth says:

    “The Ghost in the Machine”? Well, hello, season one “X-Files” episode title, so nice of Hart Hanson to steal you. o.O

    • suzi says:

      It was also the title of a non-fiction book published in 1967(as well as a few other books), a episode of Futurama, a 1993 movie, a 1981 song by The Police….

  39. Jelly says:

    People need to relax; it’s just TV…

  40. Paige says:

    I’m guessing the person in question getting killed on Once Upon A Time is Mr. Gold. He’s a intergal part of the series and yet given what he’s capable of, could easily not have it stick. And assuming it occurs in the finale (in which Belle is set to appear) it’d kind of make sense. This show has been known to blow holes in many a fan ships.

    • Pinocchio says:

      That would be intriguing!!! Although I’m not sure Mr. Gold is going to die until the end of the series so my money is on one of the minor characters like Geppetto or Archie/Jiminy Crickett, just like the last big dead was only the huntsman from Snow White’s story

  41. sarah says:

    Love the Vampire Diaries scoop!
    Sarah Drew already pretty much said she will not be in danger as she is at the hospital and the big event happens outside the hospital. As it will be called flight it has something to do with an airplane crash I bet and maybe it will be a plane coming back from a city where some of our docs are looking at going to. So my guess is the crash will leave it up in the air if Derek, Mer, Zola, Christina and Alex survive as I am betting they are the ones on the plane. That is my theory.
    The Office should have ended last season and REALLY should be done this season. With most of the good people leaving NBC still wants to keep it on but yet they still have not renewed Parenthood or Awake, and will most likely cancel Bent.

  42. I wanted so badly to have David returning at McKinley and give some Sebofsky, like that we will have Sebastian and the warblers around, i know that a lot of you hate the warblers, Blaine but i would have been so happy to see Klaine, Bas and David becoming friend.
    I am a klainer who love Bas and David.

    • Hmm.... says:

      I would respectfully disagree to Sebofsky. There’s no way that they would be given the screen time needed for them to form into a believable couple. It would be too much like Glee just throwing the spare gays together, in order to appease their fans. Where they left off was like where Dave was with Kurt, after Kurt transferred to Dalton- Dave felt guilty, and Kurt wanted nothing to do with him. The difference with them is that they were given time and development to move away from that, and they are now good friends, and, were it not for the huge Klaine fan base, they could easily progress to being more. where Sebofsky left off was with Sebastian making Dave pointing out all of Dave’s biggest insecurities, making him feel insecure in the only place he considered to be his safe zone- it was essentially the same thing Dave did to Kurt in season two. Again, they wouldn’t be given the time to progress beyond that, unless Glee randomly made them main characters. Also, it seems that the majority of the people behind this ship are Klaine fans (no offense) and don’t actually care anything for Dave- they just want to get Sebastian and Dave out of the way of Klaine permanently. It’s not a satisfying solution to Dave fans or to anyone who identifies with Dave. Also, though this may not be the case for you, I’ve seen many of the same people who denounce Kurtofsky as being “offensive” because of their past history jumping on the Sebofsky wagon, which is just hypocritical. I would be okay with that Sebfsk if they would be given time to progress beyond what happened, but Glee won’t do that. So, there would be absolutely no point in putting them together- that would be infinitely more offensive than Kurtofsky would be, at this point, because there has been no growth between them. It would be ridiculous.

  43. Sarah says:

    I hope Chuck and Blair is one of the couples who get together again and which also engaged in marriage, yay!!

  44. i’m dissapointed by this. there’s multiples for the shows on here but no hart of dixie. for quite a while now. i keep asking, i guess my emails don’t get picked

  45. Jamie L says:

    I’m guessing at the fatality that won’t stick will be Damon on The Vampire Diaries. I know myself and many other wouldn’t tune back in if he left the show!

  46. Edith C. says:

    It will be heartbreaking if the Fatality #3 is Pinocchio. :-(

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