We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Orphan Black, The Blacklist, The Mindy Project and Parks and Recreation!
1 | Does Helena’s miraculous survival on Orphan Black kind of lessen the stakes?
2 | Did the bird bursting out of the dead woman’s chest make you jump more than any of Hannibal‘s goriest surprises to date? And could Hugh Dancy and guest star Jeremy Davies have been separated at birth?
4 | Salem‘s Tituba is visible only to Mary, right?
5 | How does ABC not air an episode of Resurrection on Easter Sunday, of all days?
6 | Shouldn’t Once Upon a Time‘s Hook be glad that Emma didn’t accidentally teleport his pointy prosthetic to a, um, far worse place?
7 | Quick, can you name a CBS drama that has not had an NSA storyline this season? [Crickets]
9 | We’re all for a little camaraderie on The Amazing Race, but might David and Connor be a little too nice to their fellow contestants?
10 | Why did “pro basketball player” Brandon go on RuPaul’s Drag Race to be made over as a bride for his fiancée if the very idea made him so uncomfortable that he spent most of the episode looking like he wanted to crawl under a worktable — and then puked? Did he only hear the “drag race” part of the invite and expect speedsters?
11 | Does The Voice‘s Adam Levine keep a colony of moths on call to nibble his t-shirts into carefully tattered condition? And West Coast fans, did you follow the East Coast results telecast on Twitter so you could participate in the “Instant Save”? Or was that more work than you were willing to put in?
12 | Sure, The Blacklist‘s Liz is still new at interrogating people, but can we all agree that breaking Tom’s thumb was a bone-headed move — even for a profiler? And what do you think is in the envelope that Liz discovered?
14 | On Awkward, where does Jenna’s dad keep disappearing to? And what does he even do for a living? Nothing against Lacey, but we could use a little more Mike Faiola in our lives.
15 | Was this week’s Glee set in an alternate universe where theater reviews are only published in the print edition and not online? Why didn’t Rachel’s dads — who after all gave her the middle name Barbra — attend her first performance on Broadway? (They weren’t even among those who sent her flowers!)
16 | How long did it take you to realize it was Ally McBeal‘s Peter MacNicol playing Danny’s Rabbi friend on The Mindy Project? And ladies, aren’t you kind of curious to know how Mindy and Morgan’s birth control reminder rhyme ends?
17 | Every time the dazzling Adrianne Palicki comes on to your screen during About a Boy, aren’t you left wondering, “Why isn’t this woman a household name?”
18 | Wouldn’t Nashville‘s very good concert special have been even better with the addition of stars Connie Britton and Lennon and Maisy Stella?
19 | Wouldn’t you totally watch a Grey‘s spin-off about Alex in private practice? And maybe we just haven’t flown first class in a while, but isn’t this a tremendous amount of legroom? Especially for a plane that’s six seats across?
20 | Was Parks and Recreation so perfect this week that you almost wish it had been a series finale? But when it comes to whiny Craig: Are you somewhat amused by him, or forever annoyed by him?
21 | HBO-bound John Oliver returned to The Daily Show Thursday looking… really good, right? Was it the haircut? New glasses? Or was Jon Stewart only half-joking when he suggested his former colleague had some work done?
22 | Given the bum deal that most women on Reign wind up getting when it comes to husbands, are you waiting for Greer’s too-good-to-be-true fiancé to show his true colors?
23 | TVLine reader Shaun asks: “What is it with ABC and bipolar disorder? First Mind Games, and now Black Box. Do they have to give every character a mental illness?”
24 | On a scale of one to “Call the FCC!,” how shocked were you by Bad Teacher‘s apple bong?
25 | Have we really reached the point where aspiring female pop stars need to be smeared with paint mid-performance to get any attention for their music (as happened to Rita Ora during her appearance on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)?
Hit the comments with your answers — and any other questions you care to throw out there!