With only three more new episodes left of UPN's Veronica Mars (Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET) this season, every viewer wants to know: Who was behind the bus crash? While Mars creator Rob Thomas may not reveal that big twist in his latest exclusive Q&A, he does answer plenty of other burning questions submitted by TVGuide.com readers about the possibility of a Veronica-Weevil romance, her long-term future, how fans have influenced the show and much more.
Question: How shocked are we going to be when we find out who was behind the bus crash? — DerekRob Thomas: I wish I knew. I like a world in which 10 to 20 percent of viewers "get it right." At that point, I feel like it's shoc
Christmas-night business nudged King Kong to a $31.4 million payday — a slim $300,000 margin of victory over No. 2 finisher The Chronicles of Narnia — in the holiday-weekend box-office contest. Rounding out the top five were Fun with Dick and Jane (which I came thisclose to seeing, before remembering that Jim Carrey films often disappoint), Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (which, I figured, probably carried the prerequisite of seeing the original, lest one be hopelessly lost) and The Family Stone (which no matter how many times I see the title, makes me think of Sharon).
The Amazing Race: Family EditionI wonder why this week's show was a two-hour special? Maybe because we're down to five teams and we're officially at the halfway point? At least now the producers feel we can handle some more individual names. Hi Wally, hi Sharon, hi Rolly. OK that's all I know for now. Back to the all-encompassing family names. We got a double-dose of the nasty side of the Weavers. Who do those kids think they are to shun the soothing words of the good-natured Godlewskis at the racetrack? I mean, Mama Weaver asked for compassion as she suited up. Why did her kids rebuff it? Whatever. I liked how the race gave us a real pit stop at 25 laps and then sent teams onto the first of two show pit stops. By the end of the first hour, te