After hearing that Scott Foley was cast on Grey's Anatomy as a dying patient who Teddy (Kim Raver) was going to offer more than medical help to save, fans' first reaction was obvious: He's Denny Duquette, Part 2.
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Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Izzie (Katherine Heigl) became a love story for the ages in Season 2. Girl meets boy, boy needs heart, girl unethically cuts LVAD wire so boy can get heart, boy dies anyway. And even while she married Alex (Justin Chambers) in Season 5, it was her true love Denny that she hallucinated about when she had cancer.
"Sure, there are some definite similarities there," Foley tells TVGuide.com."The fact that something might happen between Henry and Teddy...
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What is the deal with Delko and Calleigh on CSI: Miami? What's the status of their relationship? — Tanesha
ADAM: For the immediate future, they will be more friends than lovers. "Delko having to do things behind his colleagues' back kind of threw a wrench into the works as far as their relationship goes," co-executive producer Marc Dube tells us. "There's been a bit of an agreed backing-off on both sides. It's something that will be revisited, but right now it's more of a brother-sister relationship. They love each other very much. Will it spike again? Probably, but they're taking a little break from the intensity."
Any scoop on Dexter? — Scott
NATALIE: In the season's penultimate episode, there are not one, but two deaths! And not one, but two kidnappings!...
Grey's Anatomy is doing a musical episode.
The ABC medical drama is planning the event for later this season, but don't expect the doctors of Seattle Grace to just burst into song and start dancing down the hospital halls, executive producer Shonda Rhimes tells TVGuide.com exclusively.
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Rhimes says the Grey's musical episode will be very different from other shows that have attempted the stunt in the past. She specifically references Buffy the Vampire Slayer's musical episode, which she says is one of her favorites. "[Ours] is sort of the opposite of that in a weird way," Rhimes says. "They did an all-out, show-stopping, Broadway kind of musical. This is very different."
So what is in store? Read on for all the details...
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Dexter's struggle to deal with Rita's death will come to a head in the final four episodes of Dexter, executive producer Sara Colleton tells TVGuide.com
So far this season, he has been working through his guilt by helping Lumen [Julia Stiles]. He's believed that if he can avenge the wrongs done to her, he might be able to figure out whether he can atone for his part in Rita's death, Colleton says. "All of that will be converging, along with a lot of jeopardy that no one could've anticipated, not even Dexter."
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And while the producers don't feel pressure to top last season's shocking finale, Colleton says they want to make sure all of this season's puzzle pieces come together in a satisfying way. Here are four things you should know heading in to the Season 5 finale:
The moment Smallville fans have been waiting for since Clark (Tom Welling) sought out General Lane to get his blessing is upon us. Executive producers Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders tell TVGuide.com that Clark will propose to Lois (Erica Durance) within the next three episodes.
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Will there be a wedding? Is Martha Kent's return tied to the occasion? Peterson and Souders spill those secrets and more, including Tess' new Luthor status, the alternate universe and Allison Mack's return.
8. Lois and Clark, Sitting in a Tree: It won't be long before the proposal. "In the next three episodes, he will have proposed," Peterson says. Whether or not that means Clark will let Lois be a part of his world will be...
If a sexy leading man and killer action sequences weren't enough to drive female viewers to watch Human Target, the series is hoping some girl power might entice them.
Janet Montgomery, who recently played E's assistant on Entourage, joins the show as Ames, a super-talented and smart thief who brings her street experience to the team. Indira Varma, who starred in The Whistleblowers and HBO's Rome, will play the team's sophisticated billionaire benefactor and new boss, Ilsa.
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When is Brennan finally going to wake up and see what she's missing with Booth on Bones? — Sara
ADAM: Sooner than you think. In the midseason finale, Brennan investigates the murder of a workaholic, and Bones quickly draws parallels to her own life. "She's forced to face feelings that she's never had to deal with before," executive producer Stephen Nathan says. "She confronts the fact that this woman was running her whole life from feeling anything and she has to confront whether she's going to run her whole life from feeling anything. It butts right up against her relationship with Booth and the past five years of history."
I'm so excited about Episode 10 of Desperate Housewives. Please give me some hints about it. — Dean
MICKEY: TNT may have people buzzing about Dallas again, but it's Desperate Housewives that will pay homage to the classic soap by asking:
Smoke 'em if you got 'em, because Weeds may not be around much longer.
In Monday's sixth season finale, Nancy (Mary-Louise Parker) sacrificed herself by claiming responsibility for the murder of Pilar. She was last seen surrounded by FBI agents at the airport, while her family was on a plane headed for Europe. Once again, it looks like Nancy's out of options. Or is she? Will we next see her plotting a season-long jail break? Series creator Jenji Kohan says getting stuck in major jams is certainly nothing new for Nancy.
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"We always tend to write ourselves into a corner to a certain extent," she says. "Everyone goes home, rests and comes back fresh and says, 'All right, how are we going to get out of this sh--? What have we done?' There were vague discussions of what's going to happen next year, but there's nothing definitive in the works yet."
Kohan talks to TVGuide.com about Monday's cliff-hanger, why the upcoming seventh season may be the last, and whether Nancy will be wearing an orange jumpsuit when the show returns...