Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on True Blood, Bones, Vamp Diaries, Glee, Once Upon a Time & More!

Glee Season 4Got 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: Wait… you get to see True Blood episodes before they premiere!? —Kevin
Ausiello: Um, yeah. That’s kind of how this whole thing works. I’ve actually already screened the first four episodes of True Blood‘s new season and, based on what I’m seeing so far, I feel very comfortable declaring Season 5 the year of the Pam. Between the origin stuff with Eric and her present-day storyline with [SPOILER], Kristin Bauer van Straten’s vamp is practically in every other scene — and the show is the better for it. I’m starting the 2013 Emmy campaign for KBvS now. The woman is a national treasure! (The folks at Walmart will probably beg to differ after they watch Sunday’s premiere, but whatevs.)

Question: Anything else you can share on Tina Majorino’s True Blood arc? Love her. —Tim
Ausiello: Her first scene is with Eric and Bill. A shirtless Eric and a shirtless Bill.

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Question: Can’t wait for True Blood this Sunday! Is it safe to say Russell is back to exact revenge on Bill and Eric? —Yvette
Ausiello: “Russell doesn’t forget anything, but he’s also smart enough to know when to let bygones be bygones — for tactical and political reasons,” the king’s portrayer, Denis O’Hare, tells TVLine. “There may be a greater good.”

Question: Is it true that Glee is introducing three new characters next season, including a brother for Puck? Or is it just a fake rumor? — Milissa
Ausiello: Sure hope it’s not a fake rumor since I broke the news on Twitter last night. Here are some additional deets on the newbies: Besides Puck’s heretofore-never-seen guitar-strumming kid brother (who at this point is nameless), the fall lineup will include a high school girl and a college-age feller. Oh, and — shocking! — they will all be as easy on the ears as they will be on the eyes.

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Question: TVLine’s comments section re: Once Upon a Time is the best. Anything you can share to spark more prediction threads about next season? —Jen
Ausiello: Don’t count on a time jump between seasons. “We’re picking up right where we left off, but where we left off was in the middle of a veer in a different direction,” consulting producer Jane Espenson told TVLine’s Meg Masters at last weekend’s ATX Television Festival in Austin, before reiterating, “Season 2 will be different than Season 1.”

Question: Any word on which new fairy tale characters Once Upon a Time will introduce in Season 2? —Claire
Ausiello: The frontrunner would seem to be the Little Mermaid. “I would hope Ariel would join the show,” says Espenson. “She’s one we’ve definitely talked about.” But there have certainly been others. “There are a whole lot of princesses we haven’t seen — like Aurora, Rapunzel and Jasmine,” she adds. “And it’s hard to look at that list without going, ‘Well, what about Goldilocks?!’ And they’d all be good, because what we do is take them and go, ‘Well, the thing you never knew about Little Miss Muffet is… ‘”

Question: You haven’t had much in the way of American Horror Story scoop, mister. — Joanie
Ausiello: You know this column is called Ask Ausiello, right, not Rag On Ausiello? Nonetheless, I’ll answer your non-question by revealing that, among the freaks in the show’s asylum-set second season will be: Jed, an 18-year-old farmhand whose as skinny as a hoe; Clara, a middle-aged loca with a Latina flair; and — my favorite — Pepper, a diminutive kind of child-woman anywhere from 20 to 40 years old and very likely deformed in some way (or ways!).

Question: In honor of Sons of Anarchy‘s much-deserved Critics Choice nominations, treat us to some Season 5 scoop. Please. —Jesse
Ausiello: Things are looking up for Opie. Sorta. You see, he’s getting a new love interest. That’s the good part. Unfortunately, she’s the cousin of San Francisco-based crime boss Henry Lin (who was last seen in Season 3). The rebellious Keiko is looking to break away from her family and run with SAMCRO. Rumor has it Gemma will not be a fan.

Question: The five (or more) new series you are looking forward to this coming fall? —Mark
Ausiello: In no particular order they are The Mindy Project, The New Normal, Nashville, Last Resort and Partners. I reserve the right to revise that list as I make my way through my huge stack of pilots. At last count, I’ve got about 873 left.

Question: I’m in denial that House is really over. Give me some scoop on Season 9. In absence of that, some scoop on White Collar Season 4 would be great. —Matt
Ausiello: As you may have surmised, given how Season 3 ended and factoring in the bevy of beauties headed Neal’s way — AliasMia Maestro, Supergirl, Lost‘s Rebecca Mader and a returning Gloria Votsis (as Alex) included — Burton will not be a series regular for the coming season. However, that’s not to say we’ll never see Sara again; at last count, Burton had shot four episodes for Season 4, which premieres July 10.

Question: I need some scoop on The Glades, Burn Notice and White Collar! —Marlene
Ausiello: I choose Option No. 3! Although all teasers to date have suggested that Neal is already hot-n-heavy with the local island girl being played by Mia Maestro when Season 4 opens, that is in fact not the case. He’s made some inroads in wooing her, sure, but she’s still holding out for a grand “honest” moment from “Mr. James Maine.” And when he gives her what she wants? Oh my. Also, if yesterday’s promo seemed shameless, know this: It left out a scene of Neal showering.

Question: Any information on Suits Season 2? —Nicki
Ausiello: How about some additional intel on Erinn Hayes’ guest role as a “woman from Harvey’s past?” Her character, Lia, is the head of security at a glamorous Atlantic City resort, who despite — or because of! — hooking up with Harvey in the past, proves resistant to his charms when she has something he needs.

Question: I need to know what’s coming up for Sam and Andy on Rookie Blue. — Crystal
Ausiello: As you could probably tell from this season’s first two episodes, their romance won’t be without its complications. “How do these two people — with their history together and the difficulties they have communicating — make this work?” muses Rookie Blue EP Tassie Cameron. “That’s the delicious thing we get to explore in this season.” Whereas Andy is “an open book in a lot of ways” and “wants to have a committed, open, communicative relationship,” her partner’s more guarded personality will get in the way, previews Cameron. “Sam is a much more closed book, much more damaged [and there's] much more going on [with him] that he hasn’t told her about. We’re going to explore some of why Sam is the way he is both in this season and, with any luck if we get it, in Season 4.”

Question: Rookie Blue spoilers, please! —Hannah
Ausiello: This Thursday’s episode launches Gregory Smith into a major arc when Dov interrupts a robbery in progress and shoots a black teenager. “[It] has really big emotional and professional repercussions for him over the season,” reveals Cameron.

Question: Any good Teen Wolf scoops? —Alysia
Ausiello: JR Bourne, who plays big, bad Argent, would neither confirm nor deny buzz that one and possibly two major characters will bite the dust this season, but he did issue this frighteningly cryptic warning. “I think [the fans] will be shocked, surprised and maybe even upset,” he told TVLine at the MTV Movie Awards. “I think they’re going to cry. I think they might maybe pee a bit in their pants out of nervousness. There’s going to be a lot of stuff going on.”

Question: Any Teen Wolf scoop on Lydia? —Jen
Ausiello: “By the third episode you’re going to get some hints of what’s to come with Lydia… and she’s not OK,” teases the show’s creator/showrunner Jeff Davis. “She is definitely feeling the effects of the bite that was taken out of her side. She has a very big arc this season. I told [her portrayer], Holland [Roden], at the start of the season that her role is going to become a lot more important, even though the character doesn’t know it yet. There’s a lot for her to play and she’s part of a big mystery.”

Question: Any chance you might be able to dig up some Drop Dead Diva scoop? —Samantha
Ausiello: Kim Kardashian won’t be stirring up trouble for Fred and Stacy when the angel eventually returns. (And he will return.) EP Josh Berman assures us that rumors that the reality starlet would be playing a love interest for the heavenly fellow was just that — a rumor. “That’s not how we chose to write the character,” he explains. “She would not have been the actor that we would have used to come between [them].”

Question: What’s the status of the Friday Night Lights feature film? —Carol
Ausiello: It’s still in development. Here’s an interesting tidbit: If and when it gets made, I hear it will definitely be set in Coach and Tami’s new hometown of Philadelphia.

Question: I haven’t heard yet when Awkward is coming back. Share some scoop and a premiere date would you? —Vicki
Ausiello: MTV’s gem of a comedy returns with its second season June 28 and although Jenna chose Jake in last year’s finale, the competition for her heart is far from over. We just screened the first two episodes and there are at least three moments that will have Team Matty fans swooning, while Jake still remains too good to be real. So will Jenna stick by her preferred dance date? Look for her to make her choice loud and clear in Episode 2. Meanwhile, the mystery of who wrote the carefrontation letter is replaced by another juicy question.

Question: Will Bones be doing anything special for its 150th episode next season? —Patti
Ausiello: I have no idea — those are Hart Hanson’s words, not mine. “We’ll do something fun,” the EP assures of the landmark hour, which will likely air at midseason. “But I haven’t thought that far ahead.”

Question: Any chance some of the Finder cast might land on Bones next season? —Joel
Ausiello: Don’t think the thought hasn’t crossed the mind of the man in charge of both shows. “I would love that so much,” says Hanson. “But you would have to make sure it wasn’t self-indulgent. And I don’t have a sense right now how much the Bones audience would like to see that. And I don’t know if the Finder audience would want it to happen. But I personally think it would be great.” Hanson concedes that he’s still “exceedingly depressed” about The Finder‘s cancellation, confessing, “It’s hard to let go.” He also says that after some “initial wariness,” the Bones cast warmed up to “the Finder upstarts,” adding, “They all became very fond of each other. David [Boreanaz] really liked working with Geoff [Stults]. They got along terrifically well, so it would be fun to have them on [Bones].”

Question: Got any scoop on The Vampire Diaries? How long is the gang going to be clueless about Klaus’ whereabouts inside of Tyler? —Karolina
Ausiello: “Not long,” offers EP Julie Plec. “But long enough for there to be some cases of mistaken identity.”

Question: Got any Pretty Little Liars scoop to hold me over until June 5th? Like, maybe, more info on the role of “Kenneth” that’s being cast? —Elyse
Ausiello: You didn’t hear this from me, but he’s Alison’s pa.

Question: Any scoop on Hell on Wheels‘ second season? Not gonna lie — I love that show. — Emit
Ausiello: When did I ask you to lie? Anyhow, it’s looking like the toughest guy in Season 2 just may be… a lady. The show is set to introduce Thomas’ wife, Hannah, who — in spite of her hoity-toity upbringing and elegant airs — has the drive of any 10 men. The part’s just recurring (for now), but it sounds like a doozy.

Question: What should we expect for the new season of 90210? Does Dixon die? Any new spoilers? —Sikne
Ausiello: No comment on the Dixon question. I can tell you that Arielle Kebbel will be back as Vanessa for a handful of episodes.

Question: Has Kalinda’s scary-ass husband been cast on The Good Wife yet? — Nicole
Ausiello: No, but they’re getting closer! The official casting breakdown went out on Monday, and from the sounds of it, Kalinda is in for a wild ride. Though she knows that Nick is trouble with a capital T, she’s still drawn to him like the proverbial moth to a flame (and we all know how well that always works out for the moth!). In other news, Lockhart Gardner is going to get some help with its financial troubles in the form of Clarke, a bankruptcy trustee who will make everyone see red as he tries to steer the firm back into the black. Eli will see dollar signs, too, as he attempts to convince a middle-aged internet moneybags named Maddie to throw her support — and wallet — behind Peter’s campaign.

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to askausiello@tvline.com. (Additional reporting by Meg Masters and Vlada Gelman)

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123 Comments
  1. wait so puck and his brother are both named Noah?

    • Michael Ausiello says:

      Typo! Fixed! His brother has no name at this point! Just love me!

      • O'Brien says:

        Even the master has to make a false keystroke every now and then. Thanks for the info, as always!

        • KJMorse says:

          I thought Puck had a little sister- didn’t we see her when Puck, his mother & sister where watching Schindlers List back in season 1?

          • Katie says:

            yea and his mom acted like Puck wasnt really there. I think instead of saying he had a random brother in there, it should be maybe his dad has another son from another women and he gets sent to school there also and Puck somehow finds out he has another brother, which brings him back into the show again

          • guest says:

            I wouldn’t expect Puck to even appear in the new season (much) likely his brother will audition for New Directions and be involved with everyone but Puck.

  2. Kat says:

    Wait… Isn’t Puck’s first name Noah… why would they give his brother the same first name????

  3. DD says:

    Puck’s name is Noah, so I don’t know if you just called his made out of nowhere brother Noah or what. He has a little sister, so I don’t know why Glee is pulling this crap out of nowhere.

  4. Elyse says:

    well they changed the article fast……

  5. Wait… so Puck’s kid brother is also named Noah….? Or is that a typo?

  6. wolfenstein says:

    “Besides Puck’s heretofore-never-seen guitar-strumming kid brother, Noah, the fall lineup will include a high school girl and a college-age feller.”

    But Puck’s name is Noah…

  7. O'Brien says:

    Yes. So…maybe Michael mistyped or, shock of no shocks, Glee forgot Puck’s actual name. But a little brother for Puck would mean to me that there might be a Puck plot in store. Interesting.

  8. Amanda says:

    Raise your hand if you’re happy you stopped watching Glee. *Raised*

    • Jenna587 says:

      I made a decision to break up with it after this season. I hope I can stick with it!

    • Sam says:

      *raised*

    • J2 says:

      omg ur like soooooo cool and better than everyone else. ugh! jealous!!

    • Cloudy Knight says:

      Raised that hand after the first episode. Then foolishly started watching again, probably because whatever I was watching at that hour was a repeat, or on hiatus, or something. Then I realized my mistake and stopped watching again. Never going back, even if every other channel goes black.

  9. Mik says:

    Looking forward to more Pam. She had almost nothing to do in the last part of season four (only one scene in the season finale, I believe). I’m also interested in seeing how Steve Newlin has changed since becoming a vampire. And so happy to see Denis O’Hare back.

  10. emteem says:

    I assume Hart Hanson said after some “initial wariness” and not “initial weariness” not that the actors couldn’t have been tired when they met.

  11. kaycee says:

    Could there at least be a Finder two hour movie? It would be great to try and wrap up the cliffhanger finale!

    • Cloudy Knight says:

      Right? It would be tough to have any of those characters other than Leo on Bones without knowing how they got out of the predicaments they were in at the end of the series.

  12. sladewilson says:

    8 comments all on the same thing… wow, that’s… frightening. Not crazy about the “no comment” concerning Dixon, love the Kalinda scoop, liked the White Collar and Suits scoops (although I want to know about Mike and Rachel), wished you would’ve graced us with some Glades scoopage, and finally – Thank you for all that you do….

    • Lisa says:

      I don’t care one wit about Harvey, I only watch for Mike. I know Harvey ‘has a heart of gold’, but he just comes off as a dbag.

  13. Renee says:

    I would start watching Bones again if Walter was on it. Just saying.

    • jen says:

      walter.or.any.of.the.finder.cast.on.Bones.I. WON’T BE WATCHING

      • mary says:

        @jen.AGREE Hate this Finder.talk. I watch a show called Bones I DO NOT want to watch a cancelled show characters many millions of Bones fans didn’t tune into or care about.

        • atlanta says:

          Jen, count me in too, any Finder episodes on Bones will be ones that I will miss. ugh, they had their chance, they bombed.

    • suzi says:

      The Finder got much better as it progressed, especially after a weak cross-over episode. I’d enjoy seeing the characters on Bones once in a while.

  14. Kate says:

    Can’t wait to see how OUAT does it’s next season and am excited for true blood :)

  15. Behzad says:

    Rochelle Lefevre for Ariel on “Once Upon A Time”

  16. Jenna587 says:

    As someone who is firmly entrenched in Team Matty , I’m a little nervous for the outcome on Akward.!

    Also, saw the MTV awards, and the girl who plays Sadie looks like she lost a significant amount of weight…wonder how that’s going to be worked into the storyline, since her excuse for being nasty was always because she was overweight. Granted, she’ll still be nasty, but I wonder if they’ll address it.

    • Yonas says:

      As someone who worked on Awkward Season 2 and is 100% Team Matty, I say don’t give up on them just yet…. but I’m not saying it’s a home run either. Very much a tug-o-war this season!

  17. alr says:

    Finally some decent SOA scoop!! Keep ‘em coming!

  18. Leah says:

    I’m so ready to see who Kalinda’s husband is. And any storyline with Eli is an automatic favorite of mine.

  19. That’s a bummer about less Hilarie Burton on WC. It took me a while to warm up to her, but I really like her character now. I think she’s a perfect blend of Neil’s old world and the world he wants to have. Hopefully we see her more than the 4 episodes she’s already shot.

  20. Saint Alicia says:

    So excited for the casting of Kalinda’s husband! Or is it ex-husband? The casting call definitely said “ex” (double checked). Though I think on the show he’s only been referred to as her husband. So I’m wondering if he’s really her ex or just estranged?
    Either way, can’t wait for this storyline! Also, though the casting call said open to all ethnicities, with the name “Nick” I could see him being Greek or Italian (culturally very common name).
    Furthermore, he runs/owns(?) “F & E Construction,” and if I’ve learned anything from L&O/Sopranos, being “in construction” is usually code for mafia (though things might be different in Canada, where he resides). But if he IS mobbed up that would fit with his “dangerous/full of dark secrets” character description and also helps explain how he could write Kalinda a $21,000.00 check for cash…
    Course this is all speculation. :)

  21. Kate Garner says:

    They should shop “The Finder” to TNT or USA, it would be perfect.

  22. veronic says:

    I wanna see new characters in OUAT, but please, the main heart of the show are Snow, Charming, Regina, Emma and Rumpel.

    • Templar says:

      And Henry.

    • AB says:

      There’s room for them and alot more. Chill.

    • Nara says:

      I think they’re talking about guest stars. In the same way Hansel&Gretel, Cinderella, etc. were included this season. They didn’t take away from the core cast.
      I hope that they will continue to focus on the classic fairytales though. There’s so much to explore there! I know Disney is involved with the show and all and I don’t mind a Disneyfied take on the stories here and there, but there is more to fairytales than just Disney’s take on things.

      • A. Webb says:

        I think it’s terribly cheesy for them to keep on dredging up the Disney names and characters for OUAT. It looks like the producers are doing it for the sole purpose of kissing up. There is no “tradition” of Ariel, Maleficent, Aurora, even Belle. It’s sad that Disney’s commercial versions of these stories have become the “official” ones for kids today, and they’re growing into adults who think that Disney originated them.

  23. SG says:

    Michael, re. your White Collar spoiler, it’s Gloria VOTSIS, not Vatsos. Gloria is a lovely person, so it would be nice if you could spell her name correctly. :)

  24. Mary says:

    Can’t have a time jump on Once since we didn’t get a Charming family reunion in the season finale. We want to see when Emma is finally reunited with Snow and Charming, and Henry with them as well.

    • Jenna587 says:

      ^THIS

      We definitely need a teary mother/daughter moment between MM and Emma with Emma finally realizing that she was loved all along!

  25. Kristina says:

    Wish they’d cancelled Bones and kept The Finder :(

    • Annie says:

      I laughed so hard at this … and sister, I’m right there with you. Only saw a few “Finder” epis, but dang, it was far and away superior to “Bones” which passed “silly” and skipped into “flippin’ stupid” a few seasons back.

    • Jillian says:

      Bones has had years of high ratings and they have been moved several times…but they still get decent ratings. That’s why it got renewed. However…the Finder’s ratings sucked.

  26. Cynthia says:

    So sad that Hilarie is not a regular anymore…
    Still, can’t wait for season 4!

  27. kat says:

    I would hope that means at least most of the cast of the FNL would shoot here in Philly. For a long time. Or at least the exteriors….They did come here for those shots in the finale. One can hope, right?

  28. readinrobin says:

    As a Bones fan and a Finder fan, I am also still depressed that Finder was cancelled, and I would love to see the cast show up on Bones.

  29. Chris says:

    Why are they creating new series regulars and characters on Glee when they have plenty of characters that are not yet regulars like Sam, Rory, Sugar and Joe???

    • Kalleb says:

      Because RIB knows Damian(Rory) and Samuel(Joe) aren’t as good as actors and will most likely be recurring next season. Chord(Sam) and Vanessa(Sugar) will most likely be regulars alongside those 3 new characters. I could be wrong about Damian and Samuel, they could just might make it to regular status. And also; Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr, Amber Riley, and Dianna Agron might be bumped to recurring or either Special Guest Star positions.

    • Em says:

      Also because they have to have at least 12 kids in the Glee club anyways. But the new characters could easily just end up as seat-fillers, like Sugar and Rory became by the end of this season.

  30. Amber says:

    Hart Hanson needs to give up on The Finder. Fans have spoken, they are not interested in the Finder. Please do not waste another Bones episode on that failed series.

    • Kevin says:

      Hey Amber,
      Bones has pretty much SUCKED since last season and Finder was FAR better and fresher than anything this season.
      SOME sour Bones fans need to get over it.

    • Elyse says:

      the Finder is awesome. thanks for your input but no one cares.

    • suzi says:

      Please don’t speak for the fans. I still enjoy Bones, and I was sorry The Finder was canceled. Those are my “opinions”. Look it up, it’s not a difficult word to understand—really.

  31. 1mars says:

    As it is, we are only going to get 20 new episodes of Bones next year, because of the 4 filler episodes they filmed this year, let The Finder die a dignified death, move on, the cast, writers, and producers have.

    • annie says:

      AGREE Millions of Bones fans did not watch Finder. Why the frak should we have to watch characters and their story.take over a BONES ep to wrap up the series for the five fans who did watch it?

  32. Jeanette says:

    I love your job!!!

  33. Amanda says:

    As a big fan of both series, I’d love to see some of The Finder cast back on Bones. I’d love to know what happened happened to Walter and Willa.

  34. sarah says:

    I hope Rookie Blue gets a 4th season! I love that show and I love Ben Bass!

    I am looking forward to The Vampire Diaries but we have to wait until October.

    I like the White Collar scoop but I would love some The Glades scoop…Matt Passmore!!!

    • Wendy says:

      I remember when Ben Bass was Javier Vachon, a vampire, on “Forever Knight” in the mid ’90s. Man, I’m old!

  35. Beki says:

    Booth could hire Walter to Find Bones!

    • skybridge says:

      That would be it for me, It’s Bones with Booth and Brennan, not Walter. Terrible idea, so disrespectful to Booth’s character as hot shot FBI agent and all around good guy.

  36. gorram says:

    The last thing Glee needs is more characters. What are those people thinking?

    • Kalleb says:

      Actually, they need more characters. Glee is the type of show that must recycle characters. They need more students in ND’s, some people for NYADA(The spin off wouldn’t have worked, and they knew that. So to please fans who wanted to follow Kurt and Rachel, they did this. They can’t please everyone. T_T) People need to learn that they do not run Glee. I am sure they know exactly what they are doing.

  37. Lambsilencer says:

    Here’s a thought regarding “The Finder” and “Bones”: Make Willa (Maddie Hasson) a new intern at the Jeffersonian… ;)

    • Lily says:

      Willa grew on me, she was the only interesting character on the Finder but she’s on the run now too, right? Can’t any of these characters accept responsibility for their actions and not run away. yuck

  38. BrianR says:

    Kalinda’s ex can’t be scary for long since she is waiting to blow a hole in his head as soon as the door opens.

  39. wrstlgirl says:

    “Gemma will not be a fan” HA! When is she ever? She hates every woman who’s ever come into contact with SAMCRO. She is the “Mother” of all Mothers after all.

  40. simy says:

    so sad about the wc news…hilarie is not a regular this year, why??? I really love sara and neal together. Hope shewill be in more than 4 epsodes

  41. Kelly says:

    Thanks for the scoop. I am excited to see more fairytale characters on Once Upon a Time but I hope the main focus continues to be on the season one regulars and season recurring (ie. Jefferson, Belle,Ruby)

  42. Mel says:

    An FNL Film would be like the greatest present in the world, apart from the gift of Jesus, but it would be so Amazing

  43. Molly says:

    Oh, I totally want to see Jasmine on next season of Once Upon a Time! I’m so looking forward to whatever new fairy tale characters get introduced, but Aladdin is one of my faveeee movies and it would be nice to get some more non-white characters.

  44. tahina says:

    Thanks for the person who asked about Hell on Wheels, love that show! Same goes for American Horros Story! Read the house from the latter is on sale for lots of millions! Wished had the money. :)

  45. Amy says:

    I hear Gale Harold is free. He would be sublime as Kalinsa’s husband and it would certainly explain why she is drawn to him like a moth to a flame.

  46. Samantha says:

    I love the White Collar spoilers. Good news all around.

  47. J says:

    Puck’s brother?? really?

  48. Deena says:

    I can’t wait for White Collar. I absolutely love the show but I will be the first to admit with Neal on the lam I have been looking forward to gratuitous shirtless beach scenes. Now you’re telling me they have him in the shower as well? And it’s only June 5th? You’re killing me Ausiello, killing me.

  49. jonathon says:

    saying the finder is a better show than Bones is such a great laugh. it’s really the funniest thing i’ve read in a comment on any website in a really long time and there have been some good ones. thank you for that!

  50. Wendy says:

    I’m sorry for fans of “The Finder”, but it failed. And “Bones” should not be held hostage to a failed show. If people had wanted to watch “The Finder”, they would have. They didn’t. And so it goes. And for all the talk of how “Bones” is so bad and how it should have been axed for “The Finder”, it obviously has had years of success, and that is why – with countless moves on the schedule – it remains on the air. Maybe the wish for another network to rescue it could happen, maybe not. But I find it sad that some feel the need to wish cancellation on another show some do still like while people ironically are railing about the cancellation of “The Finder”.

    • Michael says:

      The Finder did not fail it was not given a chances Bones However need new blood because it ratings have suck for the last 3 years

      • Jillian says:

        Bones ratings have sucked for the last 3 years? And what ratings did the Finder have?? Bones could easily get above a 3.0 demo for the last year. The ratings have only started to slip this season.

      • Wendy says:

        Ratings only really fell when Bones went to Mondays opposite The Voice and HIMYM this spring. DVR still gives the show an uptick. Ironically, that was the same for “The Finder” in its Friday slot, but the difference is, the ratings to start with were lower, and any uptick meant it would still be low. Paint as pretty a picture as you’d like, but the show was barely cracking a 1.0 on same day ratings.

        • Wendy says:

          Oh, and in terms of “The Finder” not getting a chance? Bull. It premiered after AI on Thursdays and that is a prime slot. It underperformed there and that is why it was sent to Fridays. It was given a terrific slot at the expense of “Bones” and could not deliver.

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