Do you have anything positive to report for those of us McSteamy fans who aren’t quite on board with the whole Lexie/Jackson direction GREYS ANATOMY has taken? — Amy
The TV Addict: Don’t shoot the messenger, but if the (above) photo we’ve just obtained teasing the wedding between Callie and Arizona on the upcoming May 5th episode of GREY’S ANATOMY is any indication, one sure as heck doesn’t need to be a facial recognition expert akin to LIE TO ME’s Dr. Cal Lightman to guess that Lexie and Jackson seem to be doing okay, at least for the time being.
Any word on what ROYAL PAINS has up their sleeve this summer? — Mike
The TV Addict: Not so much, except to say that if the upcoming summer season of ROYAL PAINS is half as funny as the episode titles we’re hearing come out of the writer’s room, fans are in for a real treat. At least as evidence by the third episode of the season which is titled, “The Shaw/Hank Redemption” Seriously PSYCH writers, watch your back.
As much as I’m digging the new girl Charlie on GOSSIP GIRL, I’d dig her that much more if she came in between Dan and Blair. Anything you can tease? — Amber
The TV Addict: Having seen Monday’s episode we are sorry to report that Charlie does not in fact come between Dan and Blair… at least not yet. That said, fans will be happy to know that “Dair’s” forward momentum relationship wise takes a step backwards on Monday’s episode thanks to a former flame who returns to sweep Blair off her feet.
One of my favorite aspects of THE GOOD WIFE is the friendship that Kalinda and Alicia have developed over the course of the past two seasons. Is there any hope for the them now that Alicia knows the truth about Kalinda’s affair with Peter? — Miranda
The TV Addict: Put it this way, if a picture is worth 1000 words, this just obtained photo from an upcoming May episode of THE GOOD WIFE is telling us a whole heck of a lot. Namely, Alicia and Kalinda fans should brace themselves for a doozy of a fallout, one that — at least according to one source on the set — has Kalinda seriously contemplating an exit from Lockhart Gardner come May. Da… Da… Duh!
Is FRINGE serious about a major character death during its third season finale? — David
The TV Addict: Despite the identify of what Fox has carefully characterized as a “beloved team member” being kept tightly under wraps, we can confirm that a major character will meet his (or her) untimely demise during what is sure to be a thrilling third season finale. What’s more, we can also
confirm irresponsibly speculate that Lance Reddick’s Agent Broyles will be the one to go, seeing as though he’s the only character, aside that is from Josh Jackson’s Peter who doesn’t have an alternate. Which is to say, unlike the death of numerous other characters, budget conscious Warner Bros. TV will save some serious coin should Broyles find himself six feet under in the finale.
Please tell me Jeremy and Bonnie will survive the season on THE VAMPIRE DIARIES? — Lesley
As much as we would love to tell you that both Jeremy and Bonnie will make it out of the season finale of THE VAMPIRE DIARIES in one piece, we can’t. Luckily what we can share is this just released synopsis of the episode that may-or-may-not offer up a clue or two as to who is a goner come May 12. “While Mystic Falls presents a screening of “Gone with The Wind” in the town square, Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) memories of Katherine (Nina Dobrev) in 1864 mix with the reality of Elena (Nina Dobrev) in the present day. Stefan (Paul Wesley) pays a terrible personal price for his attempt to prevent a tragedy, and Sheriff Forbes (Marguerite MacIntyre) makes a deadly mistake while trying to keep everyone safe. More than one life hangs in the balance as the consequences of the sacrifice ritual play out to a horrifying conclusion.”
Can’t wait for the return of WHITE COLLAR, any scoop? — Kristin
The TV Addict: This summer look for a Mozzie flashback revealing how he embarked on a life of crime and cons. You’ll meet his mentor and the one man he owes everything to. But the past never stays buried, and when the mob puts a hit out on his former mentor, Mozzie, Peter and Neal race against the clock to save him. It is a rare glimpse into how Mozzie became the philosophy-quoting, caper-loving con artist we all know and love.
Does Ryan Murphy have any surprises up his sleeve as the GLEE club heads towards Nationals? — Rebecca
The TV Addict: Complete with guest stars galore (Kristin Chenoweth returns on May 3 to convince Mr. Schuester to hit the road with him, with Jessie St. James returning May 10th) the road to Nationals will be full of surprises. Not the least of which will be an unexpected loss that rocks the world of one of McKinley’s own on May 17th.
Any ideas as to how ONE TREE HILL is treating this May’s finale? — Allie
The TV Addict: Suffice to say, if there is one cast that knows what it’s like to be on the proverbial bubble, it’s the cast of ONE TREE HILL. Or at least that’s the feeling we got after some one-on-one time with star James Lafferty earlier in the week. “I think all of us are of the mind that if it doesn’t go another season we’re so grateful with the 8 seasons that we’ve gotten. It wouldn’t be some sort of huge defeat. We’ve made the last episode of season 8 with an eye on the fact that it could very well be the last episode of the show,” said Lafferty. “If season 9 does come along it’s always welcome but at the same time if this is actually the last episode we’d be more grateful looking back on everything that we’ve been able to accomplish than disappointed in the fact that maybe we didn’t get to accomplish something. We’ve really covered all the bases and everything else would just be a cherry on top.”
Additional Reporting By: Tiffany Vogt