The fifth episode of FlashForward starts off ominously, as we see Benford and Wedeck's car and another collide head-on. Before anything more can be revealed, the episode jumps back a few days to show the FBI gang is on a road trip to the nation's capital to get more funding for the MOSAIC program. Early on, we see Wedeck playing hoops with an influential politician and ask him for his help in getting the team more funding for their efforts in investigating the flash forwards. This someone is obviously an old friend in a high place. Turns out, the man in question is President Segovia (played by the always wonderful Peter Coyote), who holds a press conference detailing the Senate Intelligence Committee Hearings are supposed to start about which groups should get what funding for their work on the flash forwards. Nothing too exciting here — except when we get a glimpse of the President's secret flash forward — when we discover that something very bad is going to happen come April.
In this episode of Grey's Anatomy, board member Larry Jennings (Mitch Pileggi) and the Chief start an investigation when a burn victim (guest star Erinn Hayes) dies unexpectedly in the ER. As the men suss out which resident is responsible, each doctor tells a different piece of the story. By the episode's end, the mystery is solved and yet another surgeon scrubs out of Seattle Grace for good. So who was to blame? Let's find out.
Robert Baker, Grey's Anatomy
Now that Mercy West's doctors have invaded Grey's Anatomy, they're staking their territory, which includes one or two new relationships. TVGuide.com consorts with chief enemy Dr. Charles Denman (Robert Baker), the newest villain to walk the halls of Seattle Grace. Baker opens up about which Seattle Gracers will cross over to the dark side, how Thursday's Rashomon-style episode unfolds and what Izzie (Katherine Heigl) will pursue when she returns to the hospital (one word: revenge).
Hugh Laurie (House, Sara Ramirez (Grey's Anatomy), Milo Ventimiglia (Heroes)
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Are Callie and Arizona going to make it on Grey's Anatomy this season? They don't seem as intimate as Callie was with Dr. Hahn. — Rachel
ADAM: Just because we haven't seen Callzona's sexy time on-screen, there's no reason to believe the ladies have intimacy issues. "I'm sure they've done that. I mean, come on!" Sara Ramirez tells us. Ramirez does, however, see potential speed bumps ahead. "They will deal with some very universal relationship-type issues," she says. "I'm kind of nervous for Callie — she's never been this happy for so long. Something's going to happen."
Andre Braugher was fantastic on the House season premiere. Any chance he'll return if House needs more counseling? — DeeBee
MICKEY: He won't be, since he's landed on a new show ...
Dancing with the Stars trims its cast to nine couples as another pair is eliminated. With tight scores and breakthrough performances from two stars, it will come down to the last vote. Plus, the pros pay tribute to Michael Jackson. Who went home, and how did the tribute pan out? Find out below!
Michael Urie loves Marc St. James, the dressed-to-kill mean guy he plays on Ugly Betty. This season, though, Urie says that Marc's evil ways are somewhat justified. In the Season 3 finale, Marc lost a coveted editor's position to Betty, and while he still worships Wilhelmina, he's no longer enthralled with being her assistant. TVGuide.com spoke with Urie about how Marc copes with his disappointments, when he'll figure out Willy's dark secret and who plays his hookup in the Bahamas episode. (Hint: It's not Shakira.)
Dancing with the Stars
Dancing with the Stars is heading for the rink.
ABC and BBC Worldwide Productions are discussing the creation of a figure skating version of Dancing, a network rep told TVGuide.com
While development is still in the early stages, both companies hope to import a BBC format in which celebrities train to perform ice-skating routines. BBC ...