Question: How does it feel to be the world's most underrated sexual icon? Chloe
Ausiello: Right this second, it feels itchy. Very itchy.
Question: Can you tell us any spoilers from life as we know it? Leonardo M. Cocentino
Ausiello: In early December, the show dies.
Question: Just thought you should know that the Smurf Ride is no more at Kings Island ("Ask Ausiello" 11/10/04). They replaced it in 1990 with a totally lame haunted-car ride called Phantom Theater. I did have my first kiss on Phantom, but it wasn't very good. Jessica
Ausiello: Whoa, Jessica this is a family website! PPS That blows about the Smurf Ride.
Question: Who was your favorite character on Santa Barbara? I liked Cassandra until the writers made her ultra crazy. Any word if this soap will pop up on SOAPnet? Adrian M
Ausiello: Still no word on SB heading to SOAPnet. And my favorite character was Flame Beaufort until the writers made her look like Marguerite Hickey.
Question: What kind of column is this? You mostly talk about yourself. And they're paying you for this? Boris
Ausiello: I can't believe it myself, Boris. Honestly.
Question: Tell me something juicy! L.J.
Ausiello: Jessica went through a slutty phase in the early '90s.
Question: Reading last week's "Ask Ausiello," for some reason I had the urge to buy TV Guide's Guide to TV. However, I want an authentic Ausiello-autographed version. Where is this available other than Stalker Alert? Matt
Ausiello: Stalker Alert sold out over the weekend. I hear there may be some copies popping up on eBay soon, though.
Question: Your column is not good, man. I've given it a chance, but you're bringing the site down. You have nothing to say and you seem content with basking in your own cleverness rather than Googling She-ra. What a waste of my time. Broc Heasley
Ausiello: Stick around, it gets better. I swear!
Question: If you could give only one Emmy for acting to someone on Scrubs, who would it be? The whole cast is superb, so it's a tough one. My vote goes to Sarah Chalke; she can play sexy and dorky at the same time better than anyone. Chad
Ausiello: John C. McGinley. Hands. Down.
Question: If you don't plug (shamelessly, I might add) TV Guide magazine or one of its products, do you lose your column, get a smaller cubicle or something like that? Nicolle
Ausiello: Even worse: My picture shrinks.