Supernatural Spinoff

Did Supernatural Find Its Spinoff? Did iZombie Get You Hot? Which Gilmore Return Do You Not Want? And More Qs

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 Gilmore Girls, American Crime, Supernatural and Younger!

1 | If Undateable gets renewed for Season 4, would it be too much to ask for “TV’s Scott Foley” to pop-in every week? Also, what joke from the finale’s East Coast airing had to be dropped from the West Coast staging “for legal reasons” (as Bill Lawrence shared on Periscope)?Grease: Live Aaron Tveit

2 | Of all of Grease: Live‘s impressive technical accomplishments, did anything match Wendell Pierce and his fellow supporting players in Golf Cart No. 2 smiling and singing as their vehicle hit a curb and almost toppled over during “We Go Together”? Did you need a moment after Aaron Tveit’s performance in “Greased Lightning”? (And then again, after those short shorts?)

3 | We get that The Good Wife‘s Alicia and Zach are currently estranged, but what possible reason did she have for saying she wasn’t sure she liked her kids, plural, during her breakdown to Quinn — especially given what a pillar of support Grace has been over the last year?

4 | On Madam Secretary, do the McCord kids take turns being terrible? Stevie’s finally acting like a human being, but now Jason is a sanctimonious jerk to his dad? Is it Alison’s turn next?Supergirl

5 | Did Supergirl explain why Bizarro’s crest suddenly switched to a backwards “S” (as it should be, per DC Comics lore)? Did the Kryptonite attack alter her wardrobe? And how did James not at least get singed, given how close Bizarro’s flames were to his face?

6 | Did Lucifer make you really uncomfortable with the idea that Det. Decker’s young daughter stumbled across (and watched!) her mom’s acting work in Hot Tub High School — which is essentially a porn film?

The X-Files7 | The X-Files‘ impossibly close moon: Chalk it up to one of sci-fi show’s creative liberties? Or the moon-gazers’ stoner state?

8 | If it’s over 15 years later in NBC’s Cruel Intentions pilot, why is Kathryn still vying for control of Valmont International? Is she a school administrator now?

9 | Which Gilmore Girls character do you not want to see return for the Netflix revival? (Are we all agreed there’s no need for April Nardini?)

10 | On Agent Carter, how convenient is it that the ever-expanding “zero matter crack” in Whitney’s head thus far can stay hidden by her movie-star hair?

11 | If The Flash‘s Harry is looking to stealthily construct and attach to Barry’s suit a speed-sapping device, should he maybe not attach brightly blinking lights to it? Also, was Iris’ argument to Wally flawed, as if Francine’s medical bills would magically vanish because she died?

12 | Did all the hook-ups on iZombie — Peyton and Blaine?! Liv and Drake?! — leave you hot and/or bothered? And in addition to Kristen Bell’s voice cameo, did you catch the other Veronica Mars connection: Leonard Cohen’s “A Thousand Kisses Deep,” which was also played on the late UPN/CW series?

13 | What was Tuesday’s greater pleasure: The Grinder‘s warring fake TV lawyers, or Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s dueling fake TV doctors?

Chicago Med14 | Tommy Merlyn, now Amanda Waller… Which deceased Arrow character should show up on Chicago Med next? And did anyone notice that two new NBC drama moms — Chicago Med‘s Natalie and SVU‘s Rollins — this week made nearly the exact same call home (“Enough milk?”) to check on their kiddos?

15 | We love Zooey Deschanel. And we can’t wait for her to return to New Girl. That said, what do we make of the fact that the show is turning out some of its funniest, most heartfelt episodes without Jess?

16 | The culmination of that Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce birth scene: Did you suspect the baby wasn’t Jake’s all along? (We didn’t!)

17 | How exactly is AR412B_0515bArrow‘s Oliver explaining away to Felicity his frequent trips to Central City? And shouldn’t he have been more worried about parkouring after a criminal when not wearing his Green Arrow suit?

18 | Couldn’t this week’s Supernatural have easily served as a backdoor pilot for a female-driven spinoff series that you’d totally watch?

19 | How many of you Younger viewers Googled “truffle butter” and lived to tell the tale? (Some of us at TVLine did, while others are too scared to look it up.)

20 | Did Code Black‘s “crazy patient who stabs two doctors” plot remind you of that infamous ER episode?

21 | When watching American Crime, do you feel a need to take a shower after each time Felicity Huffman’s character speaks? And what do you think of the show flashing to black to “bleep” curse words?

22 | Could American Idol please release video of Jessica Cabral’s Dolby Theater showcase performance — so we can understand why the heck the season’s most consistently sublime vocalist got cut in the “Green Mile”? And is the show overestimating how much we care about the blossoming friendship/puppy love between an 18-year-old and 15-year-old contestant?

Regina King23 | What was going on with Regina King’s neckline that the Jimmy Kimmel Live promos so clumsily blurred it out?

24 | On The 100, we all knew Bellamy’s random girlfriend was doomed from the first moment we met her, right? And was the show hasty to blow up Mount Weather, or does it A) solve the problem of “Um, why don’t they just live there, indoors?” as well as B) make room for new sets.

25 | Is that Subway commercial really asking us to believe the sandwich shop employs ascot-wearing chefs?

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  1. SAM says:

    #6 – I got the impression that “Hot Tub High School” was in the vein of “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. Did I miss where someone said that it was porn?

  2. Carol says:

    #9 No Dean. Please, no Dean at all. Let them forget he existed.

    • Sarah says:

      I’m on board with this !

      • San Summer says:

        I don’t really get this mentality. In the case of a revival, wouldn’t you want to have as many original characters returning as possible? Especially Rory’s former boyfriends to get to see them all grown up and to find out what they’ve been up to and to see Rory’s reaction to them and vice versa?

    • Alice says:

      I second and third this. We have so little time in Stars Hollow, we can’t afford to waste it on him.

    • Stacy says:

      Agreed. I could see catching up with Logan or Jess, but I have no interest in Dean, and his storyline has been well wrapped up, IMO.

    • opus says:

      I am so sick of all the Dean haters. I’d rather see Dean than either Jess or Logan, but truthfully it would be great if they all appear in this revival. The character I never want to see again is Digger – hated every minute he was on screen. He was so so wrong for Lorelei (or anyone!)

  3. Jenna says:

    18) Yes, yes and YES!!!!

    • Ann says:

      What Jenna said. I want them to also bring back the teen hunters who were manipulated by a father-figure. Go teen hunters!

      • Wordsmith says:

        Agreed! For many seasons now, they’ve been setting up all of these peripheral hunter characters – many of them young, and many of them female, which would make for a cool ‘girl power’ vibe. Throw in or or two of those folksy lady cop characters to play den mother, and I’m totally on board.

    • ? says:

      It seems to me the obvious way to go for a Supernatural spin-off is to focus on two younger female hunters. Claire, daughter of the angel Castiel’s vessel, and Alex, a former vampire procuress, with Jody as their Bobby, is a pretty good set-up. Just add their own personal quest of something to hunt, like Azazel for the boys. But, although I was thinking this while watching, I just don’t think the two girls are good enough actresses to carry a show. If they wanted to go this way, they should have cast better.

      • wgsecretary says:

        Agreed. I don’t like this Claire as much as her original portrayer. I wish they’d found a way to bring Chrissy back and have her be hanging out with Jody, too. I’d watch that show. Chrissy has more backstory and more of a connection to the boys. I never really connected much with Alex.

      • rinaex says:

        I’d love a show where the primary focus would be on the girls doing their job. But because they would be female, I feel that some showrunner would shoe-horn in love interests, and the focus would be primarily on who is with which boy, and who they would ultimately end up with. And that I do not want to see.

  4. Sarah says:

    9 – Jess. Nothing against Milo, but Rory should be *well* past her “ooh, bad boys who treat me like crap are so awesome” phase.

    • percysowner says:


    • S. says:

      Amen. So many amens. Wanna get you a thousand yellow daisies (“Not 1001, not 999, but 1000”) for that. Honestly if Jess wants to come back and has someone else, I wouldn’t mind as long as that’s the one he stays with.

    • Amanda says:

      Jess is the only ex bf of her’s that it would make sense for her to go back to, and I really don’t want her to be endgame with someone new. IMO that would be bad writing and an anticlimactic ending to the “Rory’s Boyfriends” debate.

      • Sarah says:

        I can’t see that. When Rory went to see Jess at the bookstore, she refused his advances and told him straight that she was in love with Logan. Jess was done and dusted.

        • Gern Blanston says:

          That’s not really an accurate representation of what went down. I just went and watched it again to refresh my memory to see if I was mistaking. They rejected each other. She misled Jess and he made a move. She then confessed that she still loved Logan is spite of him cheating on her and he said that he deserved better than being her dirty, little secret. She kind of acknowledged that her love for Logan was irrational at that point and he let her off the hook for leading him on. She then left with them being on good terms. It wasn’t some kind of final goodbye that you seem to be trying characterize it as. It was more of a “this is where you are and this is where I am and if circumstances change we can revisit it at that time”.

      • lkh says:

        I agree–Jess wasn’t my favorite, but he knows Rory and he is the reason, their ‘talk’ that Rory went back to Yale. I wouldn’t be surprised if they were married.

    • anon says:

      Yes times infinity! I was actually going to post that. Jess was a jerk and I think as an adult, it’s pretty easy to see how horrible he really was to Rory. One episode of him acting like a better person doesn’t make up for all the ones before them. Plus, the way they completely assassinated Dean’s character the second Jess came along was not cool (if you need to completely change one character to prop up another, that means your writing stinks). That all being said, I’m sure he will be back because people somehow think he’s awesome.

      • Linda says:

        ‘Plus, the way they completely assassinated Dean’s character the second Jess came along was not cool (if you need to completely change one character to prop up another, that means your writing stinks). ‘ – AMEN!! The writers royally messed up Dean’s character when Jess rolled up into town. I guess they needed some ‘teenage boyfriend’ drama going on.

    • Gern Blanston says:

      Did you watch the entire series or stop at the end of season 3? Every appearance by Milo from that point on focused on redeeming the character of Jess so, by the end of the series he was no longer the character that you are describing.

      • Stacy says:

        Agreed. They connected intellectually when younger, but he was selfish, immature, and treated Rory poorly. They then showed him grow up and try to reconnect and make amends with both Luke and Rory.

    • MSW says:

      Yes! I get that he was this forbidden, secretly has a big heart under his tough life bad boy exterior. But I just never had the patience for him or saw him as being good for Rory. I honestly don’t care where he is now.

    • Bwhit says:

      Everyone has their favorites and least favorites but with every returning character announcement people automatically assume they are there because they were a love interest for Rory and even Lorelei (Christopher). With Jess, he has way more in Star’s Hollow than just a connection to Rory. Luke is there and if they bring back Liz and his little sister it makes perfect sense for him to be part of this. I could even argue if Dean was a part of it than it makes total sense because his whole family is there and it’s not just for Rory. Christopher would return because he’s Rory’s dad and perhaps their relationship has grown into something good these last eight years. The person who literally only has a connection because of being a love interest is Logan. I’m fine with him returning but he’s really the only one who has a connection to them because of just Rory.

  5. tallsy says:

    1. I think it was a joke about Nick Carter’s arrest. Also, can we have shirtless Mingo every episode?
    2. What a way for Bunk to go! And yes, I had impure thoughts about Aaron in his short shorts.
    5. If we could just get rid of Jimmy and Win…
    16. So cliché. Nip/Tuck did it better.

    My own questions:
    Is there any show where it’s worse to be a red shirt than Shannara Chronicles?
    Is the pregnant neighbor is the right woman for Ben on Baby Daddy?

  6. Bwhit says:

    2) Me personally, I needed a moment after all of his dance numbers. I knew his voice was fantastic but I had no idea he could dance like that. I’ve seen him in clips of catch me if you can but he still surprised me in the hand jive sequence.

  7. ToyCannon says:

    I was hoping for no Logan on GG, but since that is already happening I now vote for no Christopher. I still haven’t forgive him for Season 7. And why has their been no news on if Sally Struthers is returning? Babbette must return.

  8. Wilt McMahon says:

    15. If Zooey ever decided to really leave, they could change the name of the show to “No Girl”

  9. janedoe2007 says:

    9) Well, the one character I really did not want to see is already coming back, i.e. Logan :\ I wouldn’t mind if we didn’t see Christopher, April or Liz either.

    • A3rynSun76 says:

      I definitely don’t want to see Chris. Got a lifetimes worth of that character in season 7 alone. I love Liz. I don’t want to see a ton of her, but a few scenes would be nice.
      I do want to see April. Everyone has been saying they don’t because she was the device used to break-up Luke and Lorelai. I want to see her because I would like to see that Luke learned not to keep his daughter from Lorelai. That plays much better if we see April as close with both of them. So I say bring on the April. Dean is fine as long as his total screen time is under 30 seconds. Same for Logan if she doesn’t end up with him. I don’t want to watch ex-boyfriends.

  10. Kristi says:

    #20 Not only did they borrow the storyline, but come on, even the actor on Code Black slighly resembled David Krumholtz from the ER episode. I was half expecting to see Gilmore Girls Paris Geller pop up.

  11. Annie says:

    21 – Easily one of the best acted shows on TV all year round, AC is spectacular this season – possibly even better in terms of performance level than last season. FH is utterly convincing – that coded, concerned, casual racism and classism rings totally true. But it’s really trying my patience with the cut to black crap. I’d rather they PG-ify the dialogue than continue these blackouts. They take you right out of the scene.

  12. percysowner says:

    18 Yes! If they are going to do a Supernatural spinoff, I think Jody and company is a really good bet. I liked all of them and they all have a reason to be in the hunting world.

  13. Kim R says:

    2. Grease Live was fantastic. And I did hold my breath for a second when they hit the curb! Yikes!
    3. The Good Wife saying “kids” confused me as well.
    20. Ooh…that ER episode where Lucy and Dr. Carter see each other under the beds after being stabbed. I still see it in my mind. (((shudder)))
    22. Jessica being eliminated (without proof I might add) is just crazy. I can’t even…

  14. Debbie says:

    18. I thought it was.

  15. Lizzie says:

    1. “TV’s Scott Foley” is literally the best thing. Yes this show deserves another season. Live or non-live.
    2. I love Aaron Trvelt! But I kept thinking you could seriously switch him out for Grant Gustin and they might be the same person.
    12. iZombie got super metta when Liv was talking about Kristen Bell “I’ve always felt like I have a special connection to her”
    15. Agree love Zoey, but Nick’s freaking out over sleeping with his cousin and Winston/ Cece dress shopping had me in tears.

  16. Amanda says:

    Gilmore Girls character I don’t want to see: Dean Forrester. I love Jared, but he should focus on SPN, on a character that the majority of the fanbase loves. (SPN def should make the Wayward Daughters spinoff btw)

  17. Angela says:

    #21: God, yes. And I’ve never understood why any shows bleep curse words in the first place, especially dramas that deal with the kind of intense topics “American Crime” is dealing with. If viewers are watching a show that touches on the serious issue of rape, I’m pretty certain they should be able to handle hearing a few swear words along the way as a result. And even when “bleeped”, people still have a general idea of what swear words are being said, so that makes any attempts to censor the words even more pointless.
    It’s especially odd that this show “bleeps” that stuff, considering the warning at the start that says, “Due to adult language, viewer discretion is advised.”

  18. JosiahBartlet4President says:

    #3 I wondered about that, too. Alicia always seemed to do everything to protect her kids and now all of a sudden she doesn’t like them?

    #9 Jess. Sorry, but I can’t stand him.

    #19 I learned about truffle butter from a Nicki Minaj song. Wish I hadn’t looked it up on Urban Dictionary. Still traumatized.

  19. Jessica says:

    #8 Valmont was Sebastian’s last name. The name of the school is Manchester Prep.

  20. Newo says:

    The Undateable joke that was dropped was probably Chris D’elia saying “dont hit me” to the dangerous one Nick Carter when the backstreet boys were in the bar

  21. Loraleigh says:

    No Jason “Digger” Stiles needed for Gilmore Girls reunion. Ugh.

  22. Annie says:

    Hey, lay off of The Good Wife. Regardless of how “good” or “bad” her kids are, she’s entitled to feel that way. Many women have complicated feelings towards their children and getting shuttered into the role of ‘mother’ and what it entails. They are bombarded at every side that they should a) want kids b) love them immediately and c) like them and like being a mother. Alicia was having a really fragile moment and was expressing the extreme grief and frustration that comes with depression. Allow her to express and feel those emotions without placing your gender-based judgements on her.

  23. Kate says:

    17. That was my question too, Oliver out and out says he is making frequent trips to Central City and NO ONE EVEN BLINKED! I mean, yes, he and Barry are friends now, but they are sort of the kind of friends who need someone else around and she has been getting use to her wheelchair. Wouldn’t, at minimum Alex care? He’s his campaign manager and his candidate goes missing. And heck, if he was, on occasion you’d imagine he turns his cell off while hanging out with William and when Felicity couldn’t reach him for whatever reason, wouldn’t she call Cisco? As an aside, I sort of suspect that Emily Bett Rickards likes the wheelchair when she can interact with it like she does in the lair or when she was in Curtis’ work area because she technically now can walk as fast as she talks. I actually can’t wait for the scene where there is walking and talking and the other character stops her while breathing hard.

    18. Oh, clearly. I suspected they may offer it up now, afterall Claire wasn’t with them until the end of last season and, oh, Alex you aren’t escaping this life. Its too bad after they sorted out that Dean was the better person to talk to Claire that Alex is basically Sam. As is evident with the boys, Dean until recently, conceivably could have walked away. He has his own issues, but the monster world would be glad he’s out of the game. Sam always attracts the crazies.

  24. K says:

    9) Agree on no April. And definitely no Liz or T.J.!

    • B says:

      I don’t care if April is there in the background somewhere, but I don’t want to waste precious time on her character. But I absolutely don’t want any Liz or TJ! Ridiculous and unnecessary characters.

  25. Kansas Blutbad says:

    4) Noodle?

  26. N says:

    15. New Girl always reminds me of Cougartown in that the title doesn’t really match what the show has become. I always felt that the showed was designed around Zooey Deschanel, remember the first opening credits, and then once it was discovered what great comedic chemistry the guys had with each other. I think if Nick or Schmidt left, it would hurt the show a lot more then not having Jess Having Jess gone for a few episodes, really showcases how valuable the guys have become. While were on it, is it odd having body doubles fill in as Jess, it was kind of lame having an obscured “Jess” in the window, my feeling is If Zooey cant be in the scene as Jess don’t do a scene with Jess.

  27. Hollie says:

    Also does anyone think that in the upcoming SuperFlash crossover Kara/Barry wouldn’t be a terrible couple? Although I’ll admit, the two are both neck-deep in potential love-interests.

  28. niloofar says:

    “TV’s Scott Foley” is the best thing ever.

  29. Hobbes says:

    As for Good Wife — Alicia, get over it! Grow up. Stop whining and carrying on and move on to something useful. This whole thing is really wearing thin. Can we get story lines slightly more intelligent than daytime soap opera stuff. Please.

  30. Gerald says:

    18. Best part of that episode was Sam and Dean at the dinner table…. “What?” This would not hold up a pilot. The girls are not strong enough to lead a spinoff. No offense. I love Jodi. Just not with her own show.

    • ninamags says:

      I agree, Gerald. I would have no interest in these whiny girls as hunters. I prefer Jodi as a good sheriff not herding teenage girls.

  31. Linda says:

    9.) Jess. I disliked him very much throughout the whole series.
    17.) I wondered why he was chasing the thief (Roy) as Oliver and not the Green Arrow.
    18.) It was a good one-off but for me no.
    20.) I haven’t watched Code Black but I know that promo for Grey’s Anatomy (the one where the dr was attacked by a patient) made me think of the ER episode with Lucy and Carter.

    • Sil says:

      Don’t you think that if The Calculator saw and heard everything that Roy did that the Calculator knows that Oliver is the Green Arrow?

  32. Cec says:

    3: I was surprised but not shocked at Alicia including Grace in that statement. I always had a feeling that she was more critical to Grace’s religious beliefs than she’s put into words. When you think about it Grace and Alicia are very different people who would probably not be friendly in real life if they weren’t related.

    9: I can do without boring Dean, Liz and that annoying husband of hers.

    • Stacy says:

      #3 – I agree. Early in the series Alicia lamented how people treated her when she was “just” a SAHM, despite her intelligence and law degree. In a similar fashion though, I think she looks down on her daughter a bit for her religious views. There was a moment or two where she seemed vulnerable and would ask Grace about her beliefs, but even more that seemed to signal near contempt towards her daughter.

  33. Anne says:

    2. Eh, after Next To Normal and the accidental pole dancing (YouTube “I’m Alive”), I’m (almost) immune to Aaron’s charisma ;)

  34. Lerbert says:

    #3. I actually enjoyed this revelation because it seems quite true for the character. The breakdown seemed like a real moment of honesty. For most of her life she was a “going through the motions–doing what I should” wife and mother who regretted leaving her career and marrying Peter (Remember her disappointment in Anna Camp’s character when she decided to leave after becoming pregnant?). Several of her decisions,dangerous client choices, serious ethical lapses, lack of involvement in what the kids are up to, or involving them in matters they should not be, etc., indicate she does not have a deep level of concern for her children. Yep, I’m going there. Though to be clear definitely not referring to her working outside the home. I’m all for that. Alicia provides for her kids, protects them, and wants them to have access to opportunity and privilege but that doesn’t mean she has ever come to like who they are as people, or, like or feel comfortable as a mother.

  35. Natalie says:

    No, we don’t all agree that there’s no need for April Nardini, at least I don’t. I’m sick and tired of the GG fandom hating on April, who was an innocent child that didn’t cause the Luke and Lorelai breakup. I would like to see her return, I love how we got to see Luke grow as a father and I actually like her character. The one character I don’t want to see is Christopher, he was a terrible father and he could never really let go of Lorelai… he came between Lorelai and Luke too much.

  36. Whatevah says:

    #9 Christopher!

  37. Stacy says:

    I’d pick April Nardini over Dean any day of the week. Her relationship would be more pertinent to the characters in the show his would. Other than not wasting time with Dean, I’d love to see just about everyone. I’d like to see Rory’s relationship with sis Gigi, and maybe her faux/step-sister April, too.
    It’s not that I hate Dean, I just don’t feel like wasting limited screen time showing that he grew up into a fine man, remarried and had children, blah blah blah….. I think other characters would have more interesting lives or personalities to revisit.

  38. I think you’re right about the potential of a Supernatural spin-off. I never understood why they tried to foist “Bloodlines: on us when they have created so many strong, interesting, well fleshed out secondary characters that seem to exist beyond whatever episode they appeared in (Benny, Gabriel, Jody Mills, Garth, Charlie, Krissy Chambers, Rowena, etc.) (when they don’t kill them off, although that isn’t necessarily a problem on this show.) that could work well in a spin-off. Personally, I would have liked a Charlie and Dorothy in Oz spin-off.

  39. Drew says:

    17- I get the feeling that the Arrow writers are bored with the show. They should either hand it over to new writers who want to write Green Arrow stories or just end the show and focus on the other two shows that they have going.
    18- I do want to see more of them, but I’m not sure about a spinoff. I think that adding more characters like this to Supernatural could keep the show going for years. I loved the dynamic between the women and Sam and Dean. It felt like family. I would like to see more of Krissy as well. And Cole. If they build a team of hunters (they do need more men, since the women are outnumbering them now), they can give Jared and Jensen a break every now and then. I would suggest cutting Castiel and Crowley and focusing more on hunters.

  40. c-mo says:

    9. I can do without April and Sookie. I know doing without Sookie isn’t a popular opinion but her over-the-top characters of late have tarnished my affection for her and her ability to dial it back down for Sookie.
    19. Reluctantly I have to confess…me

  41. Annie says:

    #1 umm… Chris D´Elia´s “don´t hit me” adressed to Nick?

  42. Sara says:

    Regarding Gilmore Girls, I would be very happy if none of Luke’s family appeared. I could deal with Liz for a short stint, but even watching the reruns, I have to turn the channel when TJ appears. What a horridly annoying character and not in a fun way like Michel. I don’t know which is worse, him or April taking up screen time with their rants. As much as people want to bash season 7, the addition of Luke’s family as main characters in season 6 signaled the downfall of the show. Needless to say, I was never Team Jess.

  43. Meg says:

    After rewatching GG again, I don’t hate April. I actually really liked the relationship she was developing with Luke and I don’t want to see them forget about her. That being said, her mother can stay in New Mexico where she belongs.

  44. Taylor B says:

    #1- I love Undateable and it has to come back. TV’s Scott Foley should become a main cast member
    #2- Grease: live was spectacular, (the entire cast NAILED their roles) and the fact that they survived that hororific curb made it all the better.
    #9- I didn’t mind April. It’s not like she plotted to break up Luke and Lorelai, in fact, she liked Lorelai. I rather see April, and see how her relationship with Luke has grown, than see Anna. Anna was so cruel to Lorelai and Luke. But in full disclosure, I’d rather see both Anna and April than Digger Stiles. My hatred for Digger runs deep within my soul, he was such a creep.
    #19- I thought it would be worse than it was.

  45. elizabelle01 says:

    19- Guilty as charged. Ew.

  46. dawn says:

    1. I could do without Paris.

  47. Jason says:

    9) On Gilmore Girls, I very much hope we don’t see Christopher. I grew frustrated with the monkey wrench he consistently threw into Luke and Lorelai’s relationship. I don’t mind April really. What annoyed me was the way they wrote for Luke during that whole period. There was a lot of needless conflict between Luke and Lorelai. All really we want is to see them together and happy. Drama for drama’s sake is just frustrating. Especially for a show so deft at weaving heart and humor through everyday life.

  48. 2. yes! I held my breath for a moment. Overall, NBC could learn something from this one.

    3. honestly, I gave up on The Good Wife years ago. I only half pay attention nowadays.

    4. I think Alison had her turn not that long ago…

    9. No Dean, minimal Jess, No April, No Christopher.
    -I would like to see Patty, Babbette, Taylor, and all the Stars Hollow gang if possible.

  49. Marci says:

    9 | Which Gilmore Girls character do you not want to see return for the Netflix revival? (Are we all agreed there’s no need for April Nardini?)
    I wouldn’t miss Jess.

  50. Elle says:

    17 : made me think it could be his son’s mother in the grave hence only Barry is there. ..