Life has come full circle for Nick Lachey. The singer often visited MTV's TRL studios 15 years ago to perform or promote his boy band 98 Degrees. Starting Monday, Lachey will return to the studio that launched his career, but this time, he'll be the one asking the questions as the new host of VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.
Question: [RETROACTIVE SPOILER ALERT FOR THOSE NOT KEEPING UP] I'm watching Homeland and Sons of Anarchy more out of habit than passion these days, after what I thought were disappointing seasons for both. But even so, I was startled when their seasons ended on such grim notes in December, with the violent deaths of major characters. Which surprised you more: Brody's execution as Carrie bore witness on Homeland or Tara's brutal murder at Gemma's hands on Sons? Or did you see each of these events as inevitable? On the same note, which show do you think is better positioned to bounce back from these game-changers, or did they maybe (and I know you hate the expression) jump the shark? — Cass
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