Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Grey's, Bones, Coven, Sons, Psych, Carrie, Vampire Diaries and More

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Question: Got any scoop on Alex and Jo from Grey’s Anatomy? Thanks in advance. —Burkey
Ausiello: Though Alex let his estranged dad leave last week — without even letting the guy know who he was — Pop will be back. When he is, “you will get details” about the origin of their family feud, boss lady Shonda Rhimes tells me. And “since Jo never had a family and she’s always longed for one,” Rhimes adds, she won’t be able to stop herself from trying to mend that rift. “It’s hard for her to understand why Alex would not want to have a chance to know his father.” In other words, conflict.

Question: You got any Grey’s Anatomy scoop? —Sara
Ausiello: The series’ fall run “will be ending with a cliffhanger,” says Rhimes. Can she offer a tease? Who will be hanging off that cliff, for instance? “No,” she insists. “I cannot offer a tease.” Hmmph. Tease.

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Question: I’m really looking forward to Warren Kole’s appearance on this week’s episode of White Collar? Any chance that it’s a recurring role and not just a one-time appearance? —Matt
Ausiello: Tim DeKay tells us that “something very dramatic happens to the new handler” so, um… you do the math. Meanwhile, despite Peter’s promotion to Fancy Boss Man, “He still gets out there [in the field],” assures DeKay of his character. “We get to see Peter pull some cons and go undercover.”

Question: Do you have any scoop on American Horror Story: Coven? —Kevin
Ausiello: In this Wednesday’s episode, Kathy Bates’ racist madame gets the fright of her 250-year-old life when she turns on the news and discovers a black man is president. (And her day from hell only goes downhill from there.) Elsewhere, Zoe (Taissa Farmiga) thinks she’s doing a good thing when she reunites Kyle (Evan Peters) with his grieving mother (Mare Winningham) — but she’s not doing a good thing. Not by a long-shot.

Grimm Season 3Question: I would love some Grimm scoop. –Stacie
Ausiello: Now that Juliette is an in-the-know member of the gang, she and Capt. Renard will probably share more screen time. But don’t expect them to rehash the insanity of their Season 2 hook-up. “Sasha [Roiz] and I have chosen to play it in a certain way where there is a subtle acknowledgement when those two characters are in a scene together, but [it’s] nothing blatant,” Bitsie Tulloch tells us. “They’re not really addressing it.” (Don’t worry, we’re sure the captain will find some other reason to take off his shirt in the coming episodes.)

Question: Any scoop on what’s ahead on Sons of Anarchy? —Will
Ausiello: With her trial date move up, Tara is forced to pull the trigger on her heretofore-mysterious scheme in this week’s episode. And even by SOA standards it’s messed up. We also get the backstory on the shiner Walton Goggins’ Venus was sporting last week, and it may or may not involve his  white-trash mother (played by Carnivale‘s Adrienne Barbeau).

Question: Do you have any scoop on Nikita? The wait is killing us. —Abbie

Ausiello: TVLine’s architecture critic Meg Masters recently stepped foot in Season 4’s “lair in the air” set and issued this exclusive-to-AA review: “It does not disappoint. While it’s hard to replace the old Division digs, the new headquarters, while cozy, bear all the Nikita staples — action figures, assorted trinkets and nerd caves included.” And in case you missed the big news, Nikita‘s farewell season kicks off in less than a month.

Question: Thanks for a great Bones post-mortem! Do you have any more information on upcoming plots? —Cassidy
Ausiello: Team Hathan (series creator Hart Hanson + EP Stephen Nathan = Team Hathan) shared that they’re currently “working on a half-dozen more traditional, non-event Bones episodes” to air after the honeymoon (Nov. 4) and bachelorette party (Nov. 11) installments as a way to reestablish the show’s equilibrium. “We front-loaded this season with [big episodes],” adds Hanson. “So we’ll have a run of fun, lighter-hearted romantic-crimedy Bones. And then we will start in with a couple more event-type episodes” — presumably involving The Ghost Killer.

Question: Any chance  Zooey Deschanel will attend Brennan’s bachelorette party on Bones? Margaret has to be there! —Georgia
Ausiello: She doesn’t and she won’t. And it’s because “it’s impossible to schedule her — she’s just busy all the time,” notes Nathan. “She’s in every scene of [New Girl].” Similarly, don’t expect Emily Deschanel to pop over to her sister’s neck of the woods to play Jess’ soon-to-arrive sis. “Emily works huge hours a week,” Hanson stresses. “And she has a baby to take care of too. I don’t see how she could possibly do it. It would be great [publicity] for us, but I just don’t think that there’s a human being in the world who could do it.”

Question: Revolution scoop, please! —Lizzy
Ausiello: Supernatural‘s Jim Beaver makes his Revo debut this Wednesday playing “the Secretary of the Interior of the great sovereign nation of Texas” whose “got a problem with these Patriots,” explains EP Eric Kripke. “Jim’s character is a lifeline to Miles, who is like, ‘If I can get Texas, which is a nation of gunslingers and lawmen, to join me in the fight against these guys, I actually have a chance at beating them.’ So Miles needs to convince Jim’s character to join the fight. But you know, twists and turns and hilarity ensue.”

Carrie DiariesQuestion: The new season of The Carrie Diaries premieres in just a few days! Care to give us scoop? —Julius
Ausiello: Samantha will put her filthy mouth where the money is when she gets hired as a phone-sex operator. Her unlikely protégé? Mouse! In other news, Maggie doesn’t exactly steer clear of Sebastian. Quite the opposite. Faster than you can scream “restraining order,” she gets a job at his country club and starts babysitting in his neighborhood.

Question: Please tell me you have scoop on Chicago Fire? —Whittney
Ausiello: I have scoop on Chicago Fire. Mills will finally *h*t or get off the pot with regard to his possible move to the Chicago PD. “We’re going to keep it as a valid ripcord that he can pull if he needs to go to PD,” says exec producer Matt Olmstead. “An event happens that really makes him make a choice in terms of, ‘Who am I? What do I want to do?'”

Question: Was Stefan from The Vampire Diaries the answer to this blind item? —Jelly
Ausiello: Oh, sure, you guess it after the episode airs. Cheater.

Question: Any scoop you have on The Vampire Diaries‘ 100th episode? —Ashley
Ausiello: Would you settle for something around 96/97? ‘Cause I hear it’s around that time that we will watch one character pull a reverse (and accelerated) Benjamin Button.

Question: Can’t wait for the Psych: The Musical! Can you please get us a first look? —Abdul
Ausiello: I can. And I will…

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What's In The Box?Question: The preview for Sunday’s tense episode of The Good Wife has me filled with sadness. Do you have any inside scoop on Alicia and Will? Will they ever get a real shot at being together? Or should I just give up all hope now? —Sophie
Ausiello: No one ‘ships those two crazy kids harder than I do. But having already seen this Sunday’s phenomenal episode — easily the show’s best — I’m extremely comfortable making the following declaration: They’re more compelling and far sexier as enemies than lovers. There, I said it. Someone had to.

Question: I want to be your intern. It is my dream to be your intern. How can I be your intern?! —Will
Ausiello: You can click on this link, send in a resume, and cross your fingers ’til they bleed because our last intern received an all-expense-paid trip to San Diego for Comic-Con, a personal phone call from Jason Ritter and, on her last day, a very light handshake from me. Top that

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to (Additional reporting by Vlada Gelman, Megan Masters and Kim Roots)

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  1. Sarah says:

    Tara should die this season

  2. Beth says:

    Tara is a goner. She has to be lying about the pregnancy, I don’t think she is out to hurt Jax she wants to destroy Gemma.

    • Lae says:

      And this is why I can’t stand or root for Tara. Why is she solely focused on destroying Gemma when Jax is way more responsible for those kids safety? I was completely disappointed in her when it was revealed that even with the divorce, Jax is still seen as this noble, victimized hero in her eyes. I know “love” can blind some people, but it’s completely lost on me how Gemma is the only thing dangerous for those kids when Jax is their father, who is also a GROWN man who needs to be accountable for his actions.

      • Beth says:

        I agree, Gemma is the least threat to those boys. Wendy is the alternative? Tara said it isn’t about her but she is making it about her with a one-sided agenda. I liked her at the end of season four and most of season 5 but now I can’t stand what she is doing.

        • Lae says:

          Yep, I agree. The only thing I see Gemma doing is wanting those kids in Charming, but she’s been positively influenced by Nero and it’s not like she WANTS the violent environment. She’d do anything to protect those kids. I would back up Tara, IF her plan also involved “destroying” Jax/the MC, but having Gemma as her main target is ridiculous. Tara lost me in the season 4 finale, to be honest.

      • abz says:

        Gemma is a dangerous woman. I’d say sometimes more dangerous than Jax will ever me. She is so manipulative and constantly gets her way and inserts herself into Tara’s life and decision-making. Of course she should blame Jax as well, but in this show/environment Gemma is a monster in her own way and her role is significant. I definitely think going against the two of them is what she should do. Even if she does go after Jax (which she is by seeking the divorce), who do you think would play a huge role in the children’s lives if Tara were to go to jail and not be successful and giving custody of the children to Wendy? Gemma, of course. We all know Jax wouldn’t be staying with them 24/7. And while we know that everything family is important to Gemma, she is not the best judge of character, makes dangerous decisions, and is pretty much a supporter of anything the club decides to do. She can’t be trusted to be a good influence in their lives (remember the car accident?). Wendy is second best. So in the end getting them away from both Jax and Gemma is the best thing. She has to go against both of them, but in terms of the kids, Gemma has played a bigger role in their lives and has made it her mission to keep them in MC life regardless of its dangers. Also, after I think last episode, it’s obvious why Tara is going against Gemma. Gemma knows no boundaries and she does not see the children as her grandchildren, but actually as HER children.

        • Lae says:

          I also agree with this. Gemma is absolutely NO saint and I’m aware that she is manipulative and very powerful in Jax’s life. What I was trying to get at is that Jax is just as responsible here. That’s all. Besides, I never believed Gemma and Tara as antagonists.

          • abz says:

            During the first few seasons, I definitely saw the relationship as a mentoring one. Gemma showing Tara the ropes of the MC life and learning how to cope with all the ridiculous crap that comes with it and how dangerous it can be. Tara definitely new what she was getting herself into, but over time I think she started to see that the life definitely wasn’t healthy and before, when she was learning to live with it, she never had HER own children to think about. We make mistakes but for the past two seasons she’s been trying to move on fix them. I personally feel like the antagonistic relationship makes sense. Tara had a plan. She wanted to leave and live a better and safer life, Jax told her that they would do that and then constantly kept delaying and then he eventially became president and that plan was out the window. Gemma has been one of the significant obstacles, aside from Jax and the MC, that has been keeping Tara from moving on, Gemma has been standing in the way. She does everything in her power to try and keep her life the same no matter what cost. I agree Jax definitely needs to take responsibility for his actions, but the hate and anger Tara feels toward Gemma makes sense, to me at least.

        • Sarah says:

          Wendy’s a crack addict that almost killed Abel. She shouldn’t be an option at all! Gemma’s been in Abel’s life longer than Tara. If Tara was doing what was best for the kids it would be leaving with someone they know and someone who loves them. Wendy’s a loose cannon!

          • abz says:

            Wendy may have been a crack addict, yes, but we’ve seen her clean her life. She has a job, a new life, and is continuing to go to her meetings. She hasn’t done any crack at all for a very long time until her ex-husband assaulted her and shoved a syringe in her. Both Tara and Gemma have been in Abel’s life for the exact amount of time. Tara took care of him during the premature birth. She performed his surgeries and she even took him in and became his mother and came to love him as her own son. Yes, Gemma knows the kids and she loves them very much, but she also is someone who is very dangerous and lives a life a part of a gun-dealing MC. She’s murdered people, has very dangerous relationships, approves of anything the MC does and insists on exposing her grandchildren to the dangerous life. Take a minute to consider out of these two options, Wendy vs. Gemma (there really aren’t any other options of people to take care of these kids), who would be the best person to care for the children? A crazy, gun-wielding grandma living a dangerous life (bombings, shootings, death, decapitations, guns, etc.), or a recovering drug addict that has been drug-free for years and has turned her life around?

          • Beth says:

            Tara delivered Abel and saved his life. They are even on that front! But you can see Wendy unraveling at the seams already, Gemma barely gave her praise and she almost bailed on Tara’s plans. Either way this dynamic is going to blow up and Tara is on the losing end. It’s such a weird thing because I like what Tara is with Jax but can’t stand her underhanded dealings this season, since Tara really joined the family when has Jax sided with Gemma? The problem is Tara had turned into a part of Gemma and they cannot exist together.

    • Sarah says:

      She wants to keep Jax from jail but ruin Gemma and put all attack on Gemma to ruin her family. Tara needs to die. Tara needs to look in the mirror and blame herself for her going to jail and the kids in danger, she wanted to marry Jax and be his old lady. Gemma told her to leave Jax alone!

      • Lae says:

        I totally agree! I hate this victim-complex she has when the only person responsible for her current predicament is herself. She always knew Gemma was dangerous, especially after reading those letters, but she decided to stay. She found out Clay put a hit on her and in the process messed up her hand, but she still decided to stay. Jax cheated on her, but she stayed. Even Jax told her she didn’t have to help the club with Otto, but she did it anyway. For someone who brags about being the smartest person and pretending to be so much better than everyone else on the show, she sure doesn’t do a good job of showing it.

        • Sarah says:

          Jax told her to leave a bunch of times, told her to take the kids even. She said no, now she wants to act victim to Gemma? I hope Gemma kills her

        • abz says:

          She helped the MC out to speed up the process of her leaving Charming and moving on from the dangerous life and it backfired. She does blame herself and she’s accepted it and that’s why she’s trying to figure out a plan for her boys to stay safe if she is imprisoned. She can’t just give them to Wendy like that because that’s not a solution by itself. Gemma would just cause hell. She needs to destroy Gemma to completely keep her away from them.

          • Sarah says:

            She didn’t beat up Nero’s girl partner during Opie’s funeral to help the MC to speed her process of leaving Charming. When she decided to stay with Jax back in season one nobody was leaving to go anywhere. Tara helped murder people and she did that without any talk of leaving Charming in season 3 she wanted to be Gemma, she eve shot up that porn stars car.

          • abz says:

            Sorry, I should have clarified. I was referring to the Otto prison thing last season where she was trying to help. I know she’s done some bad things, but for me, since it’s a TV show, I can accept them and move on because of the fact that she is trying to do what’s right and has been trying to get out of the MC life for the past two seasons. Unlike Clay, who never tried to change and was always out for himself. You can’t look at everything so black and white on this show. It’s about an outlaw MC and their lives performing illegal dealings. Every single one of them has done something despicable.

          • V says:

            “Every single one of them has done something despicable.” EXACTLY! So I don’t know why Tara and her fans put Tara on such a high pedestal and claim Gemma is /THE/ monster/villain of this show when Gemma is far more complex than that. Oh, well.

          • abz says:

            @V Yes, Gemma is very complex. I definitely agree on that. The only reason why I’ve been defending Tara on this post is because I constantly see on several articles about the show things like “Tara needs to die”, “I hate Tara”, “Kill her off already”, etc. and it just never made sense to me. Lol if they’re saying she needs to die because of her scheming against Gemma and trying to take the kids away, well then all of the characters need to die because they’re all disgusting and do heinous things. Some don’t understand that like you said about Gemma, a lot of these character are really complex.

  3. Pamela says:

    Alicia and Will are boring! Enemies much better, would be more interesting to watch. They don’t really work as a couple.

    • Sarah says:

      They dont that talk last episode about having sex in his office was gross and awkward

    • abz says:

      I always thought this show was ALWAYS BETTER when the primary focus was on Alicia’s professional life. Of course, her love life was how to get the show started, with the affair and all, and it’s not something they can just eliminate, but the professional aspects is what brings out the best in the show.

      • Chris says:

        That is one reason I dropped it for seasons 3 and 4 but just picked it up again. Once they went down the romantic path with them I just lost all interest. I much rather see them as adversaries than sex buddies.

        • abz says:

          Even though they did go down that path, I still thought the show was very entertaining and always must see TV. I thought that in those seasons, there was a good balance between the professional and romantic. But yes, I am very eager to see them as adversaries and I’m really hoping this next episode lives up to the hype,

  4. V says:

    Tara is provoking Gemma so they can both get in a physical altercation and then Tara is going to blame Gemma for her “miscarriage” (I don’t think she’s pregnant) and that will turn Jax against Gemma again…. That’s what I think will go down and it’s definitely messed up, not looking forward to it.

    • Beth says:

      That makes total sense! I have been trying to piece what she is doing and there it is.

    • Sarah says:

      Yeah I think too but Jax will find out what Tara’s doing when she files for divorce and says she wants the kids with Wendy. Then Jax and Gemma will get on the same side and hope they kill Tara.

      • S says:

        What if she is making it look like Gemma was working with Wendy, trying to give Jax’s kids to his ex? That would also put Jax against his mother, and it’s not as obvious as the story seems to go at this point.
        I’m also sure she is not pregnant, but I doubt (hope) Kurt would write such a lame soap-opera plot, that she will fake miscarriage in a pretend fight with Gemma. :S

    • Jen says:

      That is what she’s doing. Gotta blame the writing for this one. I love Charlie and Maggie but they were given some awful material to work with this season.

      • Beth says:

        I am glad someone thinks that. Why couldn’t this relationship be the one stable thing in Jax’s life? I love Kurt sutters vision but sometimes he has too many things happening at once.

        • Jen says:

          Totally agree. I don’t like the “it’s part of the life” excuse in regards to his cheating either. After S4, they should have been the most stable relationship on that show.

          • abz says:

            How could they make it the most stable relationship when things with the MC kept escalating and her hand was damaged and then they were in jail and then things got worse again and when she wanted out, but he could never let go? No relationship on this show can ever stay stable in an environment like that. What Sutter turned the relationship into makes sense. I’m happy the plan is moving forward and gonna happen soon. It should be fun to watch.

    • cas says:

      I don’t care what anyone says but Jax and Gemma’s relationship is unhealthy. If my husband had that close of relationship with his mom I would go crazy too. Of course she did know that when she married him. Gemma makes everything about her, I’m sorry but those aren’t her kids. Tara and Jax should be making the decisions for the kids. Gemma should know that Charming is no place to raise kids. But no old lady has ever been able to leave or live a different lifestyle. Tara married Jax delusional thinking she was different and probably honestly believing he was too. In order for things to actually be different she has to be just as crazy as Gemma. However, I agree it’s all messed up. I still think Tara is really the only one here trying to look out for the kids and give them a different lifestyle. As for everyone’s arguments about Wendy, she is a recovering addict and way more stable than any other person on the show.

  5. asniech says:

    “Romantic crimedy,” lol. I love it!

  6. Juliet, as she is written right now, is the Worst. Someone please get her a personality this season. I’m sure the actress is just fine, but the writers have really been lazy about developing her character.

  7. Melinda says:

    A reverse Benjamin Button? Isn’t that just aging regularly?

  8. Cher says:

    The Grey’s cliffhanger is that Alex and Dexter are half brothers.

  9. ollie says:

    Regarding venus, shouldn’t it be her mother not his.

  10. Ruth says:

    So Katherine’s age might catch up on her?

    • alison says:

      Katherine quickly growing old due to the fact that technically she is 500 years old and is now human didn’t even cross my mind…but it makes perfect sense!

    • MB says:

      I’m thinking that Silas will be defeated by being aged to the point of turning to dust.

  11. steven says:

    Bones’ bachelorette party? She just got married!

  12. Evenfal says:

    Damn it, Juliette and The Captain were so close at being one of the greatest tragic couples of all times! It almost make me feel mad the Grimm got to keep his girlfriend.

    • Liz says:

      I agree 100%! I loved their chemistry! NIck and Juliette just feel too “cuddly” and boring. I would’ve rather seen Captain & Juliette, and Nick with someone else, like the dragon-girl Ariel(great chemistry there too.) The makers of Grimm said that they listen to what fans have to say, so I think they did it because so many people were bitching about Juliette “cheating” on NIck and them not being together.

  13. mspenn1013 says:

    Peter in on more cons? Yes please!! Thank you!

  14. april says:

    lol. wow so tara’s plan is even worse than burning another human alive, torture porn, gang raping a woman, forcing a woman to sleep with her ex-husband while a two perverted guards watch, kidnapping a baby, almost incest, drowning a man in urine, letting pitbulls maul a man, od’ing a mother then suffocating her, or injecting a woman with heroin? are all those things not “messed up” by soa standards? idk man, i’m really excited to see what tara has planned if its worse than we’ve seen on the show. will tara be in cohoots with the headless horseman to summon the four horseman of the apocalypse on charming?

  15. Dominique says:

    i’m not sure how much Jo will push for this Karev family reunion to happen, but I hope she knows when to stop. No, she’s never had a family. Doesn’t mean all families are good. The Karevs are a mess. Mother and brother are in an institution, sister is presumably living somewhere by herself, father is junkie who likes to beat little kids. Ales is the only one we knows of who managed to get his life somewhat back together.
    Jo needs to stop. They don’t have years of history together, they’ve only been together for a couple of weeks, and she needs to know when enough is enough. She can’t project her own issues and feelings onto Alex.

  16. Jen says:

    I am Team Tara on this one. The minute Jax decided to whine like a baby because his wife wouldn’t let him see her in jail, and hook up with a hooker, I stopped rooting for him.

  17. TL says:

    THE GOOD WIFE is going to be EPIC!!! Sunday can’t come fast enough.

  18. Carla Krae says:

    So awful that Nikita only got 6 episodes for a finale ‘season’ when Gossip Girl had 10 to finish theirs. Just rude.

  19. Babybop says:

    The Psych musical looks amazing.

    Here’s a non-TV related question: Is the internship for the summer?

  20. flutiefan says:

    i was thinking that this entire column doesn’t discuss a single show i watch. then i got to the end — The Good Wife! i guess a little tidbit on one of my shows will tide me over til next time.
    maybe a little Blacklist, Hostages, Parenthood, Super Fun Night, Crazy Ones, Back in the Game, Mom, Trophy Wife, Modern Family, The Middle, 2 Broke Girls, Nashville, Blue Bloods, Mindy Project, Parks & Rec…or something will pop up in a future column.
    I’m barely getting over deleting Happy Endings, The B- in Apt 23, and Go On from my DVR,

  21. @Amykinz13 says:

    It’s got to be Silas aging quickly. I can picture it being like that guy in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade who chose the wrong Holy Grail cup and went from human to bone to dust.

    • Mikael says:

      I think so too. I bet he is given the cure and subsequently ages drastically. And then Tessa becomes the new villain.

  22. Lori says:

    I’ve given up on Good Wife! No Alicia and Will = No watching for me!

    • abz says:

      Wow! I’m sorry, but that’s just sad. Quitting on a show because two characters don’t get together? Especially a show as good as TGW? Guess you’ll be missing out because this season is awesome so far!

    • Lily says:

      I completely agree with you, the show is great but I need to be attached to something in it to be hooked, and on TGW it was Alicia and Will, so no Willicia = no TGW for me, but what’s coming seems pretty good, so.

      • Leah says:

        But the fact that Will & Alicia are going to be acting so bitter towards each other gives me hope for a future relationship between them. If they didn’t care about each other, they wouldn’t be so hurt. Eventually the bitterness will go away & then Alicia won’t be working for him anymore.

        Can’t wait for Sunday’s episode.

    • Bob says:

      Good. No one is going to miss you. Why is it that almost every woman wants every show to have a romance? Can’t you possibly find the non-romantic greatness in a show? Are you all that shallow?

  23. Britta Unfiltered says:

    That Coven storyline with Kathy Bates sounds awesome. Can’t wait.
    I just got done watching Sons of Anarchy. What Tara did was messed up, but I don’t think it was the most messed up thing I’ve ever seen on this show. Though reflecting back on the series, I’m not sure what is. There are definitely things that have horrified me more. I think Juice tying up the innocent,grieving mother, shooting her up, and then smothering her to death because she MIGHT say something about the club’s activities that could get them in trouble is probably the most recent thing I can think of that horrified me more.

  24. TobyG. says:

    Loving AHS:Coven this season. It’s already so much better than Asylum. Can’t wait for tonight’s episode!

  25. Brooke says:

    what Blind Item was Stefan the answer to? Clicking on the link takes you to another Ask Ausiello :/

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