Evangeline Lilly won't have to borrow a baby Aaron again.
The former Lost star was photographed in Hawaii with what looks like an undeniable baby bump, US Weekly reports. In fact, "bump" seems to be too tame a word for the paisley-draped girth.
"I still have a lot of mixed feeling about reality television," admits Kat Von D, the Hollywood tattoo artist whose reality series, LA Ink, returned for a fourth season last week (Wednesdays, 10/9c, TLC). "I've lost friends but I've made new friends, too, and the show has basically changed everything for me." Season 3 ended with the surprise departure of Corey Miller, Kat's longtime mentor and business partner at High Voltage, her L.A. tattoo parlor...
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It's been a rough road lately for FlashForward's characters. Mark (Joseph Fiennes) has officially moved out of the family home, Demetri (John Cho) is getting closer to solving his supposed murder, and Aaron's (Brian F. O'Byrne) daughter has been captured. But one of the series' darkest moments came in the final minutes of last week's episode, when it was revealed that baby-crazy agent Janis Hawk is the mole leaking information about the Mosaic task force's investigation. How did this happen? How does this affect her flash-forward? And above all else, why, Janis, why? Christine Woods, the actress who plays the Mosaic team's newest threat, spoke with TVGuide.com about all that and more.
TVGuide.com: When did you first find out that Janis was a mole?
Christine Woods: I think some of the fans are actually thinking that it feels kind out of the blue and like a last-minute decision, but it's definitely been in the works for a very long time. I've known for a little bit of time that this was eventually going to be an element of the direction of Janis' story.
All Desmond needs is love. That seems to be the takeaway message of Tuesday's episode of Lost, which is cheekily titled "Happily Ever After," in which Des, Charlie and Daniel all pined for women they barely knew. Our beloved Desmond (Henry Ian Cusick) and Penny (Sonya Walger) do finally reunite — again — but that's only the beginning. Cusick tells TVGuide.com who else he'll be consulting, what Mrs. Hawking's role is in the chaos, and the answer behind Lost — well, what he thinks it is anyway.
Lost: How will Michael and Libby return?
TVGuide.com: How does it feel knowing that Desmond is the key to everything?
Cusick: Desmond certainly is...