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I can't wait to meet Rick's dad on Castle this February! Got any more intel? — Jeannie
ADAM: You may be waiting longer than you think for that meeting. Although creator Andrew W. Marlowe confirms that there will be some further exploration of Castle's father come February sweeps, he certainly isn't the focus of the episodes. "I would not characterize the two-parter as being about his dad," Marlowe says. "Hopefully we can find a great and elegant way to embrace Castle's father's mythology in a way that's going to be exciting."
I can't believe there are only three episodes of Fringe left! Got any scoop on how it all ends? — Marc
NATALIE: As the two "good" Observers, September/Donald and Michael, help Walter piece together his plan, we'll get an interesting look at the origins of the fedora-wearing baldies....
A postcard-perfect day in lower Manhattan is shattered by mass hysteria as hordes of office workers run screaming from a building. Passersby watch with a mix of awe and trepidation when, suddenly, Jim Caviezel's John Reese emerges, receiving and relating instructions via his trusty earpiece seconds before the scene comes to an end.
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Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them at @adam_bryant or @NatalieAbrams.
I've been worried about Booth and Brennan breaking up all summer. Give me a Bones scoop that will make me feel better. — Whitney
ADAM: I hear the season's second episode involves the murder of a high-profile and cutthroat divorce attorney. (Suspect No. 1: His secretary, who apparently was having an affair with the boss' wife!) But naturally, having Booth and Brennan observe some of the victim's clients whose relationships are falling apart will make them examine their own strained relationship. "[It's] at a time when Booth and Brennan are just coming back together after being separated so long," executive producer Stephen Nathan says. "It's a very difficult thing when you have just started a family and all of a sudden it's torn asunder. It will be an issue that exists between them."
Now that Deb knows Dexter's secret, will she still have feelings for him this season on Dexter? — Riley
NATALIE: Deb will...
Person of Interest star Michael Emerson learned a few things about big season finales during his time on Lost.
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"Lost was unique because those cliff-hangers didn't just involve physical danger," Emerson tells TVGuide.com. "They were metaphysical too. Like, 'Oh wow, what does that mean?'"
And while Emerson jokingly admits that his Person of Interest character Finch won't turn any frozen donkey wheels that make the island of Manhattan disappear, big changes are coming to the surveillance-obsessed CBS drama....
Over the last few episodes, CBS' Person of Interest has done something rather, well, interesting.
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The hit freshman procedural has taken Taraji P. Henson's Detective Carter — the cop who spent the first half of the season hot on the trail of vigilantes Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) — and turned her into the high-tech duo's partner in vigilantism. Creator and executive producer Jonathan Nolan acknowledges that, at the request of CBS, the twist has happened faster than he originally intended, but he insists it was always in the back of his mind.
"The pitch from the very beginning with this character was that you'd start with a little bit of Tommy Lee Jones from The Fugitive, and you'd wind up with a character closer spiritually to Commissioner Gordon," Nolan tells TVGuide.com...