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Do you guys have some Calleigh/Eric CSI: Miami spoilers? — Janice
ADAM: Remember how we told you that Calleigh and Eric would make a decision about their future once and for all before the season ends? Standing in the way of them choosing eternal bliss is Calleigh's Season 6 love interest, Jake Berkeley (Johnny Whitworth), who will reappear later this season. More intriguing, Berkeley will be connected to Horatio's big betrayal, which Delko uncovers. "It's explosive emotionally and it's explosive literally," co-executive producer Barry O'Brien tells us. "It's very dramatic and it's something you've never seen before on CSI: Miami."
When will Angie's terrible storyline end on Desperate Housewives? — Teresa
MICKEY: Angie will be around through the season finale. The same can't be said for Bree, who'll be...
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I like Sawyer and I love Juliet, but I really need this Sawyer/Juliet thing to be over soon on Lost. — Claudia
MATT: I on the other hand have taken a shine to "Suliet," so it is with some glee that I tell you that there will be a bit more idyllic "playing of the house" — as well as a little smooching! — before the action-packed ramp-up to the May 13 season finale. It kind of makes you wonder to whom Kate might turn since Jack, I am hearing, is going to only become more unlikable.
Please bring Heroes' Daphne back. She was a super hero, and her complex personality and fantastic look made her one of my favorites. — Cordialea
TIM: Brea Grant's speedster may return in some capacity, but you'll have to accept that she is, in the words of imaginary flying partner Greg Grunberg ...
Sure, he was nabbed in the season finale for being, well, the apprentice of a serial killer. But don't scratch Zack from the Jeffersonian's team of crime solvers just yet. As series creator Hart Hanson told me a while back, Eric Millegan will continue to appear on Fox's Bones, even though his alter ego now is behind bars. David Boreanaz tells TVGuide.com, "Zack's not really going anywhere. We will see him again throughout Season 4, in certain circumstances."First up, Boreanaz says, is "an episode where [Zack escapes] and actually helps us solve something and then I have to go put him back in prison, which was pretty funny. I'm sure some people are upset about [him being revealed as the Gormogon's assistant], but.... where Zack is right now benefits the show in some ways." Plus, Boreanaz says, the why and how of Zack's criminal leanings "will be explained a little bit deeper when Zack comes back."Bones kicks off Season 4 Wednesday at 8 pm/ET, with a two-hour jaunt to the U.K. ...
You grumbled, I did something about it. Taking note of the passionate reaction to the season-finale bombshell that Zack Zack! is the Gormogon's apprentice, I invited Bones creator Hart Hanson to share the rationale behind the reveal. Let me know if this soothes the sting at all.TVGuide.com: Between Bones and House, Fox was really out to shake up its viewers this Monday night, eh?Boy, that's for sure! Don't you think? Good lord!TVGuide.com: In assessing the Zack reveal, many of our readers are tossing around words such as "unforgivable," "manipulative," "cop-out," "illogical"....[Laughs] The first thing you do, of course, is be delighted they are tossing any words around. They're responding, which is what you want. The really bad response would have been silence. TVGuide.com: Right. As one reader noted, "what good TV does" is get people talking.And we certainly did that. There are a bunch of reasons why we did what we did, the most important being that we're going in...
As the season rushes to a close, so do the fates of many characters in one wrenching season finale after another. This is the time of year when terrible things tend to happen to terrific characters, and that was certainly the case on Foxs Monday night shows.Starting with the best: House. Kristi Yamaguchi wasnt the only one clocking a perfect score last nightyes, I played back Dancing With the Stars to come down off my emotional House high. House scored a 10! (mimic Brunos fist pump) with this gripping two-part finale, which shockingly and movingly pulled the plug on the character of Amber, whom we will no longer refer to as Cutthroat You-Know-What. She stole Wilsons heart, and ultimately ours, and Anne Dudek was magnificent throughout. When it was made clear that nothing could save her from the multiple traumas triggered by that bus crash that fractured Houses memories, painful goodbyes were in order for a truly memorable character. (T...