Lena Headey, Jon Hamm, Lana Parrilla
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Please share something Game of Thrones-related. — Rosie
HBO has already foreshadowed the royal wedding between King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell this season, but fear not: These nuptials will be far more civilized than last year's traumatic Red Wedding. Still, there will be barbs thrown thanks to those quarrelsome Lannisters. In particular, Cersei doesn't respect the arranged marriage — or her new queen — and will make quick work of publicly undermining her authority.
I need some Mad Men scoop! Will Don be back in the office? — Dino
It doesn't sound like it. "[Don's] screwed up the marriage, he's screwed up the kids. He always [knew] that at least he was good at his job, and now he doesn't even have that," Jon Hamm says of his character's forced leave of absence. But don't worry: I hear Don will find other creative outlets.
When are we going to get Outlaw-Queen stuff from your Once Upon a Time talk with Lana Parrilla? — Sarah, via Twitter
Soon, I promise! But the more pressing matter is Regina's reunion with Robin Hood in Storybrooke. Even though the couple has a (forgotten) history, don't expect a magical romance right off the bat. "She's terrified. She's afraid to open her heart and afraid to let love in," Parilla says. "So many things have been taken away from her. ... She doesn't believe that... this love has the potential to be as deep and real as she dreamt."
Will more How I Met Your Mother guest stars return for the series finale? — Jessica
Save one brief cameo, the series finale will focus exclusively on the main five characters. However, the final scene of the show does not feature the Fab Five, according to series director Pam Fryman, who also teases that the hour's most emotional scene — which was the last scene filmed — comes early in the finale. "It packs a wallop, that is for sure," she says. "Not just because it was our last scene ever, but the weight of what's happening in it is so great."
What's coming up on Glee? — Janna
With the series turning its focus to New York after Tuesday's episode, Blaine and Kurt will finally be reunited. However, it won't be long before the duo realizes that distance does make the heart grow fonder. Here's hoping the boys can sing away their problems.
What can we expect for Caroline on The Vampire Diaries' next few episodes?! — 4everKlaroline, via Twitter
Well, 4everKlaroline, I have it on good authority that Caroline and Stefan will be cuddling up soon. "We just [filmed something] that was pretty intimate," Paul Wesley tells me. "It wasn't sexual, but borderline-platonic, where we're giving each other looks and it really drives me crazy." We already know how Candice Accola feels about the possible pairing, but is Wesley on board? "I think that would be wonderful," he says.
Do you have any Modern Family scoop? — Elisabeth
As you might expect, the family trip to Las Vegas will turn into a total disaster thanks to a series of unfortunate events that prove once and for all you should never have an adjoining room with your family. Yes, there's lots of nudity involved.
Grey's Anatomy scoop please. — Nina
As I previously hinted, Jo will try her hand at a new specialty! But will she also make a new friend? "She bonds with Callie," Camilla Luddington says of Jo's foray into orthopedics. "They both have a temper, and in a strange way, ortho — because it's very physical and you're breaking bones — helps vent that for both of them." Am I the only one that feels sorry for their patients?
Do you have any Orphan Black scoop on my favorite clone Alison? — Arianna
Poor waspy Alison will be wracked with guilt over killing suspected monitor Aynsley. So, she'll try to ease her mind by taking on an unusual project that requires her to flex a completely different muscle. Unfortunately, her new gig will put her in even more danger than before.
When are we going to find out who the Clairvoyant is on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? — Taryn
Though she wouldn't confirm or deny my theory that the Clairvoyant is someone we already know, executive producer Maurissa Tancharoen promises the reveal is coming very soon. How soon? Well, the April 1 episode — which features the returns of Agents Hand (Saffron Burrows), Garrett (Bill Paxton), Sitwell (Maximiliano Hernández) and Blake (Titus Welliver) — is shaping up to be pretty super. I hear one of the returning faces is harboring a big secret and another will wind up on the wrong end of a battle with Deathlok.
Please tell me you got more Sleepy Hollow scoop on Season 2! — Sandy
I did, and I can tell you the new captain replacing the incarcerated Irving will not be an ally. "It's somebody who is not in support of Abbie and Crane," executive producer Len Wiseman says. "They're going to find themselves in a tricky spot again with the department." Speaking of bosses, War and Moloch won't always be on the same side in Season 2.
Are Phillip and Elizabeth about to get caught on The Americans?! — David
The fact that their car was stolen with the physicist in the trunk is actually the least of their worries. Martha will create a whole new set of problems on Wednesday's episode when she decides to apply for that new job. (Making matters worse: Somebody's listening to Martha's phone calls!) But the episode's biggest surprise involves a meeting between Oleg and the last person you'd expect.
Who's going to be the first faction to break the treaty on The Originals? — Rebecca
Would you be surprised to hear it's Klaus? "The next episode [shows] the aftermath of a night when peace has been broken and Elijah realizes Klaus has been up to something behind his back," executive producer Julie Plec tells me. "They have it out with each other." So, no more brotherly love, then?
Mega Rave: "Title of my sex tape" is totally the new "That's what she said." Thank you, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, for bringing that phrase into my life.
Mini Rant: If the Bravermans sell that house to anyone but Crosby on Parenthood, I'm finding myself a new TV family!
This week's recommendation: How I Met Your Mother (Monday at 8/7c on CBS.) It's the mother of all reveals, nine years in the making. Can the titular meet cute possibly live up to the epic expectations? We'll be there to find out. (And we'll have tissues handy!)
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(Additional reporting by Adam Bryant, Joyce Eng, Hanh Nguyen and Robyn Ross)