Jason Segel, Michael C. Hall, Nathan Fillion
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When will Marshall tell Lily about his judgeship on How I Met Your Mother? Please don't tell me it'll take the whole wedding weekend/season. — Mary
ADAM: Marshall's secret will be part of the "dirty laundry" that executive producer Carter Bays promises will "come exploding out" during the wedding weekend like last year's meatball sub. But naturally, it won't be Marshall who spills the beans.
I can't believe Dexter's almost over! What's coming up? — Teri
NATALIE: The Brain Surgeon's identity will be...
How delightful! John Noble is back in our lives in a grand way as the star of Friend, a beautifully emotional short film teeming with the Fringe DNA.
Scott Foley, Guillermo Diaz
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's episode of Scandal. Read at your own risk!]
If you are not currently bawling your eyes out over Huck's huge misfortune, then you have no soul.
This week's Scandal revealed the truth about Huck's (Guillermo Diaz) background, and exactly what "Seven Fifty-Two," the episode's title, actually means. It turns out...
Kerry Washington and Guillermo Diaz
No one, we repeat, no one messes with Huck.
Olivia Pope's go-to former CIA agent-turned-techie has certainly been through enough this season on Scandal (See: Being framed for the assassination attempt on the President). But following the incident at the storage warehouse — in which Charlie (George Newbern) knocked him out and locked him in a crate — we'll see a more vulnerable side to Huck (Guillermo Diaz) that we only got a glimpse of after the government tortured him.
Torchwood's John Barrowman to guest-star on Scandal
"Seven Fifty-Two," the mysterious name of Thursday's episode (10/9c on ABC), will take a trip into Huck's past before his life with Pope and Associates. But what does 752 actually mean? And how does Fringe's Jasika Nicole, who booked a top secret guest-starring role in the episode, factor into it? TVGuide.com caught up with Diaz to get the scoop on the emotional hour:
How will OPA handle Captain Jack?!
John Barrowman will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Scandal, executive producer Shonda Rhimes tweeted Tuesday night. Details...
Astrid is getting Scandalous.
Former Fringe star Jasika Nicole will guest-star in an upcoming episode of ABC's political fixer drama, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
In the final part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the episode that took Fox's sci-fi series in an entirely new direction: into the future. The series has always been known for its offbeat 19th episode, but its final one took the viewers on an adventure to Observer-occupied 2036, in which Peter, Astrid and Walter were freed from amber by Peter and Olivia's grown-up daughter Etta. In the race to the series finale, what's left of the team will attempt to reset time in hopes of ridding the world of Observers...
Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv
In the third part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the most polarizing story line of the series: The Season 3 cliff-hanger featured a scene in which Peter Bishop, who we had come to know and love over three seasons, mysteriously vanished into thin air. The Observers then explained that he had, in fact, never existed. (Come again?) This controversial creative move ended a season that included Fringe's foreboding move to the Friday "death slot." Still, the show soldiered on for another two seasons, much to the credit of its passionate fan base...
In the second part of our farewell to Fringe, producers and cast discuss the introduction of the parallel universe, which opened up the world of Fox's sci-fi drama to new and exciting possibilities, including a new set of characters with names like Walternate and Bolivia that fans would — gasp! — actually come to love in the end...
A mad scientist, his genius prodigal son and a noble FBI agent compose the surrogate family at the core of Fox's supernatural drama Fringe that, under the direction of sci-fi kingpin J.J. Abrams (Lost), struggled through five low-rated seasons of endlessly fascinating twists and turns that, quite literally, attempted to tell the story of the universe, er, universes. It will all come to an auspicious end Friday at 8/7c, in what devotees hope will be a satisfying ending to the little series that could...