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Which "two agents will go down" on Criminal Minds? — Jim
It will definitely be two of the regular cast members (read: not Cruz). Both victims suffer gunshot wounds in the first half of the two-part finale Wednesday. And while one team member's wound is only a temporary setback, the other is potentially fatal. The good news: You won't have to wait all summer to find out his or her fate.
I'm so glad 24 is back. What's coming up? — Casey
Though it was fun to see Jack and Chloe at odds in the premiere, the ice between the two will thaw a little when Chloe fills Jack in on the last four years of her life -- including a particularly heartbreaking story about some of Chloe's loved ones. (Suddenly, Chloe's Girl with the Dragon Tattoo get-up will make much more sense.) Unfortunately, whatever progress the former partners make will go out the window when a member of Chloe's team tries to double-cross Jack.
We got Delena scoop for The Vampire Diaries last week. Now how about Stelena? — Michelle
The two all-important doppelgängers will share plenty of screen time in Thursday's episode as the they surprisingly spend more time goofing off than worrying about their possible impending deaths. Unfortunately, the duo will get a harsh reality check when the Grim Reaper does come knocking for someone by the end of the episode. In other words, if the other side can't be saved, a series regular may never come back.
I want Deacon and Rayna to end up together on Nashville! — Jessie
Don't we all. Unfortunately, you may have to wait a little longer. In fact, I hear that after Luke professes his love for Rayna on Wednesday's episode, he will make an even bigger play for Rayna's heart in the finale. Though it's safe to assume Deacon won't be pleased by that particular development, his reaction will surprise everyone.
Got any non-Penny and Leonard Big Bang scoop? — Tristan
Raj will be green with envy after he spots Emily (Laura Spencer) at the movies with another guy, which prompts the couple to finally define their relationship. "It's a typical point in any new relationship where you need to figure out if you're exclusive with each other or not, and the awkwardness of dealing with that," executive producer Steve Molaro says. So, just how committed are they? "They'll take a big step," Molaro teases.
Do you have any scoop on the Law & Order: SVU finale? — Katrina
Amaro will find himself in hot water with his new boss when he oversteps his bounds. "[Murphy] thinks Amaro's... heart's in the right place, but he might be wound too tight for the job," Donal Logue says. "He gets personally involved and crosses lines." Unfortunately, Amaro will be in need of an ally — especially when his actions land him on the other side of the law.
Anything on Under the Dome would be great. — Marciella
Julia will take on a leadership role in Chester's Mill in Season 2 — and that won't sit well with Big Jim's supporters. However, Julia's initiative will backfire in a big way when one of her big ideas for the town goes awry in explosive fashion. The question is: Was she set up?
What can you tell me about Bones' upcoming Sweets episode? — Brenda
When Sweets is called up to fill in for Booth as Brennan's partner, he perhaps takes the assignment a little too seriously. "He's so by-the-book that he gets mocked by pretty much everyone at the Jeffersonian and the FBI," John Francis Daley says. But he's teased most mercilessly by new intern Jessica Weaver (Laura Spencer). "They clash a lot," Daley says. "She questions the decisions Sweets makes and tells him to lighten up, which he hates. Until he realizes he likes it." Hasn't Sweets learned his lesson about dating squinterns?
Do you know which intern is getting fired on Grey's Anatomy? — Dinah
Well, just the threat of someone losing their job will cause everyone to stress out. In fact, the anxiety will cause one of the doctors to suffer a malady. And while it really shouldn't be too difficult to figure out who's getting the ax, I guarantee you'll be surprised by who actually lands on their feet.
Why no New Girl scoop on Winston in your finale story? He's my fave! — Tanner
Don't worry, I was saving it just for you! "He'll be entering the police academy either sometime this summer or when we come back," executive producer Brett Baer tells me. "We'll be following him through the difficult process of becoming a police officer and being a young person who is still trying to live a life and have relationships." Am the only one scared at the prospect of Winston handling a gun?
Is Freddie Lounds really dead on Hannibal? — Devon
We all remember how Freddie died in the book and films, yes? "Episode 11 is really fun because we get to see the flaming wheelchair," executive producer Bryan Fuller teases. And although the fiery (heh) redhead's charred remains don't leave behind much physical evidence, Jack Crawford & Co. are able to match the corpse's dental records to Freddie. Then again, at least one character will begin to suspect that not everything is as it seems.
Any scoop on The Originals finale? — Susanna
Get ready for a threesome! (No, not that kind!) Both Cami and Davina will join Team Marcel in an effort to take Klaus down. "Marcel truly cares for Cami," co-executive producer Michael Narducci says. "As far as Marcel and Davina, [he] absolutely has an 'older brother' relationship and looks out for her." Will those emotions cloud Marcel's judgment in battle?
Mega Rave: After six long seasons of Castle, it was heartwarming and satisfying to see Beckett finally solve her mother's murder case. Now, bring on the wedding!
Mini rant: Agent Lori Weston: resigned. Agent Jenna Kaye: dead. Lt. Catherine Rollins: searching the Middle East for a kid. Why can't Hawaii Five-0 make women not named Kono work?
This week's recommendation: Friends. Could this recommendation be any more outdated? Still, Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the classic NBC comedy's series finale, so break out your DVDs and a box of tissues and say goodbye to the gang all over again.
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(Additional reporting by Adam Bryant, Joyce Eng, Sadie Gennis, Liz Raftery and Robyn Ross)