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For weeks you've been dishing ...

Question: For weeks you've been dishing out precious few GG spoilers. What is happening?Answer: You're right. And to make it up to you, I'm going to fill in a few more letters in my GG asterisk quiz. (Major-ass spoiler alert.) "But I suppose I could reveal it in the form of an asterisk quiz. I have it on good authority that Lorelai and Christopher — I cannot believe I am telling you this — e***e during November sweeps. If anyone asks, you did not hear it from me." Next week: Gilmore show-runner David Rosenthal will be here to explain why he decided to have Lorelai and Christopher e***e. And I'll finally reveal what transpired between Lauren Graham and myself at the CW launch party that almost landed me on the unemployment line (not really), nearly ruined my relationship with the CW (as if) and taught me a valuable lesson about why it's never a good idea to whisper a secret into someone's ear withou

Michael Ausiello

Question: For weeks you've been dishing out precious few GG spoilers. What is happening?

Answer: You're right. And to make it up to you, I'm going to fill in a few more letters in my GG asterisk quiz. (Major-ass spoiler alert.) "But I suppose I could reveal it in the form of an asterisk quiz. I have it on good authority that Lorelai and Christopher I cannot believe I am telling you this e***e during November sweeps. If anyone asks, you did not hear it from me."

Next week: Gilmore show-runner David Rosenthal will be here to explain why he decided to have Lorelai and Christopher e***e. And I'll finally reveal what transpired between Lauren Graham and myself at the CW launch party that almost landed me on the unemployment line (not really), nearly ruined my relationship with the CW (as if) and taught me a valuable lesson about why it's never a good idea to whisper a secret into someone's ear without covering your mouth. In the meantime, head on over to the Ask Ausiello discussion thread to chat about this week's column and to see who can come up with the most five-letter words that begin and end with "E." Here's one to get you started: Ernie!