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Question: Any chance Shonda Rhimes will do an about-face and give Derek and Meredith a real wedding on Grey’s Anatomy? She backed down on her “no babies” stance, so I’m hoping maybe she changed her mind about the wedding thing too. A girl can dream. —Rebecca
Ausiello:
I did some snooping, and it appears the province of Shondaland still legally recognizes Post-It Note weddings. “I deeply appreciate the fans and how much they care about Meredith and Derek, but as a woman and a human being and the mother of a girl, I just feel like this idea that somebody in a big white dress is the be-all and end-all of human existence is a terrible message to send out,” maintains Rhimes. “I felt like Meredith and Derek’s choice to be together becomes a marriage of equals as opposed to some faux fairy tale. And while I love a good wedding, I felt like for Meredith, it was so counter to who she is as a human being. And I love the fact that Derek doesn’t need her to do it. I get why the fans want it; I’d probably want it too if I was just watching. But I literally feel sick every time I think about Meredith in a big white poufy dress.”

Question: At the end of the Grey’s Anatomy finale, Alex was still using a breathing tube. Are we sure he’s okay? —Rachel
Ausiello:
We’re better than sure; we’re positive. Rhimes confirms that Alex is on the road to recovery. “He lived,” she assures me. “He [turned a corner].”

Question: You were such a good host at last night’s True Blood Ultimate Fan Experience. I only wish it could’ve gone on longer! —@42_theanswer
Ausiello:
That’s what she said. [Beat] The good news? The party continues in Ask Ausiello in the form of this bloody good spoiler: I have it on good authority that episode 3 contains one of the most, ahem, twisted sex scenes in television history. Scratch that. I’m fairly certain it will go down as the most, ahem, twisted sex scene in television history.

Question: The True Blood premiere is almost here — scoop me! —Jason
Ausiello:
What if I told you that at least three major characters will be shot in the forehead early in the season? What if I also told you there was a catch? Hit the comments with your answers!

Question: I’ve been loving all the Dexter scoop lately. More, please! —Rose
Ausiello:
Remember Trinity’s family? As exec producer Sara Colleton reminds us, “They’re very much alive. And they will surely be telling the FBI about this guy named Kyle Butler who just came into their life and was there at odd times of the day.” In other Dexter news, Julia Stiles is officially on board for season 5. I’m told her deal closed on Tuesday.

Question: Whoa… what? Just heard from your frenemy that ABC is remaking Alias. I would love some details — you got any? —Jessica
Ausiello:
Just this one: I can confirm that a reboot is in the very early discussion stage. My guess is nothing will come of it, but this is a crazy-ass business, so who the hell knows?

Question: I know it is still semi far away, but I just got my plane ticket to Comic-Con. Are you going this year? Will there be another Aushole get-together? —Taunja
Ausiello:
Yes and hell to the yes. I’ll have more info on the second annual Aushole powwow soon, but sources confirm to me exclusively that it will be both bigger and better than last year’s modest poolside jamboree. In fact, I’m hearing talk of a possible **o**o*.

Question: Any Community scoop? I was so happy to see that Alison Brie made your Dream Emmy Nominations. —Kim
Ausiello:
You weren’t the only one. Brie was pretty psyched about the unofficial nod herself. At last week’s L.A. premiere of Get Him to the Greek, the actress told my colleague Carrie Bell that her costar (and fellow Dream Emmy nominee) Danny Pudi broke the good news to her. “He texted me to say I should look at EW, and lo and behold, there was Michael Ausiello recommending me for an Emmy nomination,” she recalled. “That is so freaking cool. I was really so flattered, and it is so nice to feel like you are being recognized in that way. Even if the committee doesn’t listen to him, I feel like I have already won.” Doesn’t listen to me?! As if that’s even an option.

Question: It’s been ages since you scooped Mad Men. Whassup with that?! —Eric
Ausiello:
Whassup is that there hasn’t been much Mad news to scoop — until now. Alison Brie confirmed to us at the aforementioned Greek premiere that not only is she returning for the show’s fourth season, but her alter ego, Trudy Campbell, is cooking up one helluva surprise for husband Pete. “To go back to Mad Men this summer after eight months of constant work on Community playing just about the opposite character was really daunting,” she conceded. “I was very nervous I’d forgotten how to be Trudy. But then you put on the clothes and get the hair done and it is like you never left. Welcome back to the ’60s. Without prodding, I’m like, ‘The pot roast is ready!’” Um, pot roast?! There’s going to be a pot roast in season 4?! Reminded of Mad Men creator Matt Weiner’s strict no-spoiler policy, Brie faux backtracked. “Uh-oh…I may get fired now,” she joked. “Great. S—. Thank God we got a second season of Community. But maybe I don’t make a pot roast. You never know. Maybe I’m just saying that to send you down the wrong scoop path. Insert evil laugh.” Insert me saying I love this woman!

Question: I am totally hooked on Community (especially after the season finale). Any scoops there? —Anne
Ausiello:
As much as Alison Brie loved the cliff-hangery Annie-Jeff smooch, she’s worried about the havoc it could wreak in season 2. “It is a bit of a controversial thing,” she acknowledged. “I do think that she and Jeff have a special connection, but it may behoove them to just stay friends. I don’t like that it puts Annie and Britta’s relationship in jeopardy and could threaten the group dynamic. I hope that Annie and Britta are not enemies at any point next year. I have faith that it won’t get too soap opera-y. I don’t think I will be killing Britta’s dad, who turns out to be my dad also, but then I get amnesia and you realize it is my evil twin that did the whole thing.” Am I alone in thinking that, if done right, this could be an awesome story?

Question: How frakking perfect would Mary McDonnell be for the role of Chuck’s mom on Chuck? I’m having trouble imagining anyone else! —Maura
Ausiello:
I like the way your mind works, Maura. My first choice remains Wonder Woman Lynda Carter, though. This gig has “golden lasso” and “invisible jet” written all over it.

Question: Any word on Damages? —Sheryl
Ausiello:
Not a peep. I think it’s safe to say things are still not looking good. I think it’s also safe to say Rose Byrne is going to be fine either way. The actress was just cast opposite Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph in the Judd Apatow comedy Bridesmaids. “Maya is the one getting married, Kristen is the maid of honor, and I play one of the other bridesmaids,” Byrne explains. “Knock on wood that people like me in comedies because I would like to do many more. It is something I’ve been wanting to do for a while now. I’m geeked out about working with Kristen because she’s a brilliant comic and an amazing writer.”

Question: What do you do over the summer in between TV seasons? —Madison
Ausiello:
Depends on what movie roles I’m offered, Madison. If nothing catches my eye, I usually just draw the blinds and continue cataloging my Smurf collection.

Question: Any House scoop?! —Dez
Ausiello:
You bet, and straight from Doc Crankypants himself, no less. In the wake of this season’s (no pun intended) crushing finale, we may be about to meet a — gasp! — humbler House. As Hugh Laurie points out, when the M.D.’s patient died post-amputation, he was “suddenly rendered powerless. He suddenly [became], as we all are, that tiny little speck of dust floating in the cosmos, and he [realized] his smallness, insignificance, his inability to heal and save a life. He [was] undone at that moment, because he is someone who clings so fiercely to his own abilities that when those abilities just aren’t enough, he becomes nothing — or at least has to confront the possibility that he is nothing, as we all are in the grand scheme of things.”

Question: If Hugh Laurie doesn’t win an Emmy this year, I will start a riot! —Kameron
Ausiello:
I can’t imagine it will come to that, Kam. The scene in which House — in front of Cuddy — told his patient that he wished his own leg had been amputated… that one alone oughta do the trick, don’t you think? And while Laurie himself would be the last person to speculate on his Emmy chances, even he recognized the power of the scene when he played it. “It sounds fanciful,” he tells me, “but I was very shaken by that sudden vulnerability, the truth he reveals because there is no alternative. He has to be open with this woman in order to save her. There is no more game-playing, no more trickery. He just has to tell her the truth. So you see sort of a naked House there in a way that is very startling.” He wasn’t the only one taken aback by the intensity of the material, either. “It was, for all of us, a very harrowing few days when we shot those scenes, including the one in the ambulance,” he recalls. “Very powerful stuff.”

Question: Are you ever going to tell us the answer to the blind item “Hot couple make love AND war? —Cheryl
Ausiello:
No.

Question: In your last Ask Ausiello, you mentioned that there would be an increased focus on Cary and his work with Glenn Childs next season on The Good Wife. Please tell me this means a lot more screen time for silver fox Titus Welliver. I’m tired of only seeing his talent and pretty eyes for a few minutes at a time! —Annie
Ausiello:
I thought for sure that Cary’s job switch would lead to a series-regular upgrade for Welliver in season 2. But alas, a CBS insider tells me he’ll remain a recurring guest star.

Question: In light of the fact that Sweets and Daisy broke up in the finale, is it safe to say Carla Gallo is finished with Bones? —Amy
Ausiello:
It is not safe to say that, and here’s why: “I will be back on Bones because the pilot I shot [Fox’s The Station] did not get picked up,” Gallo reports. “[The producers] told me they would find a place for me.” Whether Daisy has a fiancé to come back to remains to be seen. “My hope is that Dr. Sweets, my Lancelot, doesn’t totally punish me for having left for a year and that he hasn’t moved on. I am so worried that we will not be a couple anymore, [but] I think it would be totally justified for him to be mad or consider it over. Basically his fiancée said, ‘Peace out. See you in a year. My career is more important than our relationship.’ So I could understand the resentment. In real life, I would certainly be upset if someone did that to me. So I am so nervous. I don’t want him to move on. I love them together. They are great for each other. I think what will happen is that I will come back and be like, ‘We can be together now.’ And he’ll be like, ‘Uh, no. You crushed my heart, and this is who I met over the summer. Actually who I did over the summer.’” I actually think that’s a pretty good guess.

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to ausielloscoop@ew.com. Also, you can follow me on Twitter via @michaelausiello. Thanks for playing! (Additional reporting by Andy Patrick and Carrie Bell)

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  • PJM

    Hi Michael. The boys of Entourage are back in a few weeks. Any news on them? And speaking of boys, how will My Boys survive without Jim Gaffigan?

    • entourage < everything else

      entourage sucks its a terrible show

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      • David

        Wow! Wow! Wow! Andreas, you and the team at Hauke have once again pvroen why you you are the best in the industry . Danieta and I have just watched this clip with tears in our eyes and gooseflesh on our arms . You have perfectly captured this truly beautiful wedding . Your professionalism is only matched by your artistic flair and meticulous attention to detail . Well done! we look forward to working with you again soon!

    • njjdc

      You should be more concerned with My Boys can last without Jordana Spiro now that she’s on a new show on NBC.

      • Carm

        Kyle Howard is also in a new show. Who knows what it means for My Boys that 2 of the leads have new shows.

      • Alia

        Isn’t Kyle Howard in a new show, too? My guess is that My Boys is done after this season airs.

  • Alex

    I am so upset that Damages probably won’t be back! It’s one of the most well written shows out there, behind Friday Night Lights! Is there anything we can do?!?

    • Nick B

      I’m right there with you, Alex. The mere thought of Damages being canceled right now is devastating. Damages has been my #2 show behind Lost for the past few years, and now with Lost done, I don’t know where I will get my time-shifting/mystery/drama fix if Damages gets canceled. The third season of Damages was so fantastic, and I know there’s still more creative juice left in the series. I really hope they will get at least one more season.

  • Peter

    Just doesn’t seem the same without any LOST or 24 spoilers. :(

    • David4

      Spoiler LOST ended badly, move on.

      • Alisa

        SPOILER: David4′s wrong.

      • Don Cornelius: King of the Apes

        Spoiler: Alisa couldn’t be more wrong! Worst Ending Ever!!!

      • GimplyGump ☺

        SPOILER: Like or dislike, it’s a matter of opinion. :D

      • murley

        spoiler: half the people who post here have no idea that there is a difference between their opinion and facts.

    • AT

      Already known: David4 and Don C don’t know dick about good programming.

    • mary q contrary

      Nah, Peter. I’m not even that broken up about it, because Aus rarely, if ever, gave any Lost spoilers over the last few seasons. Pretty sure he stopped watching, and caring, a long time ago. I will say it’s really weird to not hear a peep from Jensen these days. Makes me wanna cry.

  • Sharlin

    Uh, you don’t need a big wedding to be married. They could just go to the courthouse and get married. I think that’s what we mean Shonda. GEEZ.

    • Ryebot

      Agreed! It’s kind of annoyed to hear them talk about being married and husband/wife all the time when there is 0 legal recognition to their marriage. You would think that since everyone on that show has been near death multiple times they would want to tie up all their loose ends.

      • julia

        i agree sharlin i was married in my apartment of all places but we’ve been going on strong for over a year now we didnt need the big fancy wedding

      • Dee

        So why does that matter?

      • mary q contrary

        Yeah, I’m not really of the opinion that it’s legit to say you’re even married, unless you’ve got that slip of paper (and I don’t mean a post-it). It’s kind of insulting to those of us who ARE actually married. It would be like me claiming I’m a professional writer because I like to troll the comment sections.

      • mary q contrary

        Oh, and before I get totally attacked, I really hate that our country doesn’t allow gay marriage. It drives me insane, and forces me to question my own patriotism. But, in our country, marriage is defined by law. So while I have every respect for gay couples who wish to marry, and think it’s absurd and sad that they can’t, it doesn’t change the fact that they aren’t.

      • sarah

        What loose ends? They can do all the legal paperwork to make her his sole inheritor, executor, plug-puller, etc. One doesn’t have to be married for that. And the idea that their relationship is insulting to ‘real’ married couples is so preposterous. Aside from the fact that they are FICTIONAL, what do I care how some people define their marriage. My gay friends that have been together a zillion years, call one another husband. And I agree with Shonda, marriage is so not Meredith. Seriously.

      • Regan

        Krystyne20 made the best point I think. I don’t really care whether they marry or not, but it annoys me how they’re kind of childishly sitting on the fence going ‘Oh, I don’t really want to do the wedding thing’ while at the same time refering to each other as ‘my wife’ and ‘my husband’. Every time they do that I think ‘Uhmmm, no your not’. Either accept that it’s enough just BEING with each other, or get married for real!

    • Ana

      I bet one day SR will say “Yeah…they went to the courthouse and got married but didn’t really tell you so you still have to suck up the post it.”
      Whatever SR.

    • Jess

      There are millions of gay couples all over the world happy that they are “married” through ceremonies that aren’t legally recognized.

      In fact there are straight couples who also do the same. I.E Pagans or people who are just happy to stand in front of their friends and families and commit to one another. Why should the State or “God” tell someone that they are bound to one another. I thought it was couples who decide that they are dedicated, being that they are the ones in the relationship. Not some suit or deity.

      I agree with Shonda. In my eyes, they are happy. Isn’t that what the fans should want? You’ve been screaming for their happiness for so long now. They have it. Yet you still want more…

      • Dee

        But in the eyes of these fans, if it doesn’t match what THEY want, it’s an insult to them.

      • Bree

        completely agree, Jess. They had a perfect wedding tht fit their personalities to a T and in a location that meant the world to them. The fans just don’t want MerDer to be the most true to form version of themselves.

      • Jenn

        Well said Jess!!!! That is perfect!

      • Michelle

        I concede you point, Jess. I don’t want a big fancy wedding. I want LEGALITY. Derek got SHOT. And legally Mer is NOT his wife, so she can’t make medical decisions for him if he is incapable. This is my issue. Shonda has a habit of putting her characters in mortal peril. When Izzie flatlined, Alex could overturn her DNR because he was legally her husband. Mer can’t do the same for Derek if something like that happened to him. If Mer suddenly found herself incapacitated, her recovering alcohol father would be making the medical decisions not Derek. Because they’re NOT married. That’s just the sort of nonsense Shonda would come up with. And it unnecessary. I don’t have to see it. I KNOW they’re committed to each other and happy. But marriages have legal implications that post-its do not. That’s all I’m worried about.

      • Kristy

        Actually Michelle – Alex COULD NOT legally overturn Izzie’s DNR (that idea is ludicrous). The chief made the COMPLETELY ILLEGAL decision to ignore her DNR.

      • Bluemacaw

        @ Kristy: Families overturn patient’s DNR’s all the time, especially if it’s the spouse. I don’t agree with it, but I saw it every day in the ICU. The hospitals are trying to avoid getting sued by surviving family members of the patient.

      • Regan

        I think there’s a difference between gay couples who actually WANT to marry legally but can’t, and straight couples who CAN marry legally but find it more comfortable to pretend instead of doing it for real. The first is caught in a sad and unjust situation, the latter in a childish pretend world. (Which, in this case is actually right on the spot, ha ha)

    • Em

      It really bothers me when Shonda pretends there’s no middle ground between Post-It and Wedding of the Century. They can get married on a ferryboat. Or in the backyard of the house they’re building. Fans want to see *A* wedding and legal, public commitment for their favorite couple. It’s not about a poofy white dress and Shonda sounds like an idiot when she insists it is.

      • Rowan

        What you’re forgetting is what Meredith would want to do – All she wanted at first was to run to city hall, get married with no friends or family, then go back to work right after. She is not a romantic girl. Derek’s post-it is a love letter. She loves the post-it. I think it’s perfect for who they are at this point in their lives, but since there is no common law marriage in Washington State, there may be issues that pop up in the future in certain situations -which may be interesting to watch. GO SHONDA!!

      • Sharlin

        It’s not perfect. It’s a lame excuse not to really commit which has always been their problem. If they wanna commit, then show us the real legal document. This is a lame cop-out and Shonda needs to stop being all philosophical. It’s just lame on her part to overanalyze it.

      • Bree

        But the Post-It wedding is exactly what both of them wanted. You’re talking like Shondra should change the characters personalities to suit what fans think is right. MerDer have been happy for a year in a marriage that THEY recognize. Why would they all of a sudden go “hey, lets have a ceremony even though we didn’t want one in the first place.”

      • Ana

        I don’t need to see a wedding. Just one day casually dropping the fact that they have made it legal or that they have some legal power of each other. That’s it.

      • lele

        Knowing this show, I think Shondra will pretend that somehow MerDer have all the rights and privileges of married couples-and since they’re whole life is the hospital, where everyone they care about works in this fantasy reality, they always get to see ‘loved ones’ lying in a hospital bed.

      • Sharlin

        I agree Ana. I wouldn’t mind them saying they did it legit. I think that’s what we want.

      • Doris

        To me it’s not just the legal but also the religious aspect of the marriage (I’m a Catholic). Doesn’t that matter, or are they all atheists/agnostics?

      • Jen

        I agree, a wedding doesn’t have to be about a poofy white gown (Lord knows I skipped that at my wedding). MerDer can easily go down to the courthouse in their scrubs just to make it legal. This post-it nonsense in bs.

      • Katie

        Totally agree Jen. All I want is something a little more binding than a post-it note. No frou-frou required.

      • well

        Doris, there are plenty of folks that aren’t atheists or agnostics and still don’t look at the “religious implications” of every decision they make. frankly, their post it wedding is as legally binding as a religious wedding is. as in not at all. the legal aspect is something you have to file with the government. which is bs imo. it’s just another excuse for the govt to take our money. and then to take some more money again when you get divorced. and then more money to change your name. and so on… the whole you have to be a family member/spouse thing is stupid to me anyhow. Everyone should be able to decide who can make their medical decisions/visit them when they are sick etc… individually. it reminds me of an episode of golden girls where they didn’t want to let the girls visit rose in the hospital. as if it was better for her to be alone until her kid who she wasn’t that close to arrived when the people who knew and loved her best were right there all along. it’s a stupid and antiquated construct.

      • gia

        “Fans want to see a wedding”? Speak for yourself, girlie. I like things the way they are. The situation suits the characters.

    • stormie

      Shonda says that a girl doesn’t need the big white dress wedding, but that is exactly what she did on Private Practive, when a pregnant teenage Maya got the royal treatment wedding. I’m confused how its okay on one show and not the other, given the situations. I actually thought Shonda may have given the impression to teens that it was okay to get pregnant to your high school BF as everything will be taken care of in the end.
      PS. Before anyone puts me down, I am the product of the exact situation of which I speak, and heard many times growing up from the parents to be careful so I didn’t end up in their situation.

      • Lauren

        Because for some people (like Maya) it’s okay to wear a poofy dress and for other people (like Mer) it’s not okay to wear a poofy dress. Not everyone wants that. I don’t. Remember, Izzy wore a nice wedding dress, too.

        It’s a character thing. A personal preference thing. This is hard to understand? I really don’t understand how anyone could think Meredith would want a poofy dress.

    • lele

      I so agree!As doctors who deal with death every day it is so unrealistic for them to not want the legal rights that come with marriage. Of course, in Seattle Grace world everyone only engages in relationships with other Seattle Grace doctors, so they get to see their loved ones in any emergency anyways. But it’s still so unrealistic. All they need is a court document, not a fancy wedding! Are we supposed to believe they don’t have half an hour to go see a justice of the peace?

      • Liz

        Ummm, I’m a nurse who deals with death (almost) every day and I don’t want/care about the legal rights of marriage. News flash: you don’t have to be married to legally have visiting rights, decision making, etc. with your loved one. You don’t need any “court document”, that’s ridiculous. My boyfriend and I have been together for 10 years and we made each other our official next of kin, durable power of attorney, all that. It’s nothing you need to go to City Hall for, get filed, or anything. We have no interest in getting married and I would love to hear from the “experts” on this site as to why we should.

    • Kerri

      Ugh. I enjoy both Grey’s and Private Practice, but I am annoyed EVERY time I read a Shonda interview.

      • Meli

        Shonda needs to take a marketing class. It’s not about what she wants for the characters – it should be what her audience, the fans, her “customers” want for the characters. After all, without us, she can write until her heart’s content but it doesn’t matter.

        WE want the romance. Get it, Shonda? WE want the sweetness and light. It doesn’t have to be a poofy dress in a church. It can be two beautiful people on a dock at the lake, with just their closest friends and a simple ceremony. But please, it was the romance that drew us in to Grey’s, and it is romance that is missing now. Dirty sex on the stairs doesn’t cut it. Stolen makeout sessions in the office do, but chaste kisses and reference to dirty sex, ugh.

        I wonder if because Shonda isn’t happily married herself if she doesn’t want this for Mer/Der. But who cares – WE WANT IT!

      • sarah

        Shonda should absolutely NOT be writing for her audience! We aren’t showrunners. We didn’t create these characters. Of course, she can weigh everything, but we don’t get to tell her how to do her job. So many shows would completely suck if that were the case. God, I hate soap fans. The most delusional group of people.

    • murley

      it kind of makes her sound like a limited writer if she sees the only alternative as a poofy white dress fairy tale wedding.

      • mary q contrary

        Agreed. But we already knew that, didn’t we? I mean, the woman orchestrated a post-it note marriage in the first place. I mean, even setting aside all of our own individual wants and ideas for what would be best, the post-it note situation is just stupid and silly, and reinforces how childish and goofy her characters have become over the years. I would rather see the marriage as legally binding myself, but even if Shonda insists on the two of them doing things on their super-duper “own terms”, the post-it was just dumb, and indulging her own weird ego.

      • Another Emma

        @mary q contrary Although I must admit that sometimes I would like Derek and Meredith to be legally married, because of all the issues mentioned by the previous posters, I also found the post-it idea very original! Actually BRILLIANT! It’s one of the things I like about the show: its ability to surprise me, even if that doesn’t mean always a realistic approach to its characters’ lives. If Meredith was my best friend, I would probably advise her to go quickly to City Hall and comply with all formalities, but as a character in GA, I can perfectly live with her post-it marriage!

  • Sam

    No Glee before the finale!? Very disappointed Ausiello, very disappointed.

    • Sophie

      Maybe he’ll give us a special scoop the day before. Cross your fungers

  • Cheery

    Thanks for the House scoop!
    Could you find out when/where House will pick up in season 7? I read they weren’t skipping very far ahead. Does that mean it’ll be the same morning with House & Cuddy in his bathroom??? :D

    AND yes, Hugh Lauries is great, but please give due to other excellent actors. You ignore Criminal Minds all the time and THOMAS GIBSON was especially phenomenal this year. Watch ’100′ and tell me HE doesn’t deserve an emmy.

    • textumbleweed

      @ Cheery ABSOLUTELY CORRECT. That episode was amazing. The writing and directing of the episode were also very well done.

  • Vann

    Yes definitively Mary McDonnell for Chuck’s mom!

    • topoopon

      Agreed. Lynda Carter just seems to old. I know Mary and Lynda are only a year apart, but both are a couple years older than Scott Bakula. I still like Mary McDonnell first.

    • murley

      this was my first thought. mostly because i want mary mcdonnell on my tv again super bad. she is so incredible.

  • Vann

    Yes definitively Mary McDonnell for Chuck’s mom!

    • murley

      this was my first thought. mostly because i want mary mcdonnell on my tv again super bad. she is so incredible.

  • ggfan

    people do get married without big pouffy dresses. shonda rhimes doesn’t know that??? jeans in vegas…

    • Elissa

      yea. or just like some clean clothes and city hall..wat the hell?

    • Liz

      For God’s sake people, the point is Shonda said that is something Meredith would never want. Dress, jeans, naked, whatever. She doesn’t care about it and Shonda thinks that making a wedding the finish line to a relationship is false and misleading. IT IS. Do you believe that them getting married will equal happiness? That there’s no way they can truly be happy now because they haven’t made a run for City Hall? That’s stupid. My boyfriend and I have no plans to get married, but does that mean we’re not committed to each other? Our relationship has lasted longer than most of our friends’ marriages, and for some of them, they’ve gone through 2 marriages in the 10 years we’ve been together. Why can’t you just enjoy that they’re finally together and HAPPY? Isn’t that what matters?

      • carolina

        THANK YOU!!
        It´s exactly what i think. I loved their post it wedding! I love the fact that in tneir eyes, they are husband and wife. And it soooo means more than thousands of marriages that ends in less than one year…

    • Phoebe

      I’m with ggfan on this one. A post-it note is disposable and costs a fraction of a cent, so it doesn’t seem to me to be the best way to solidify a marriage. Can’t they at least take a trip to city hall? Meredith doesn’t have to be a big poufy white dress.

  • ggfan

    people do get married without big pouffy dresses. shonda rhimes doesn’t know that??? jeans in vegas…

    • Elissa

      yea. or just like some clean clothes and city hall..wat the hell?

    • Liz

      For God’s sake people, the point is Shonda said that is something Meredith would never want. Dress, jeans, naked, whatever. She doesn’t care about it and Shonda thinks that making a wedding the finish line to a relationship is false and misleading. IT IS. Do you believe that them getting married will equal happiness? That there’s no way they can truly be happy now because they haven’t made a run for City Hall? That’s stupid. My boyfriend and I have no plans to get married, but does that mean we’re not committed to each other? Our relationship has lasted longer than most of our friends’ marriages, and for some of them, they’ve gone through 2 marriages in the 10 years we’ve been together. Why can’t you just enjoy that they’re finally together and HAPPY? Isn’t that what matters?

      • carolina

        THANK YOU!!
        It´s exactly what i think. I loved their post it wedding! I love the fact that in tneir eyes, they are husband and wife. And it soooo means more than thousands of marriages that ends in less than one year…

      • Shiv

        Si, ainda estou rindo com o comente1rio acima Tb aoahpcnmo pela Sony (alie1s, aoahpcnmo muita coisa pela tv, baixo pouco) e Greys e9 a minha se9rie favorita, apesar de querer muito que a Izzie e o George (fico te3o feliz qdo leio algue9m comentando isso rsrsrs).Para a Shonda fica o parabe9ns nesta temporada, apesar do fantasma voltei a chorar e rir muito (tudo junto) nos episf3dios e e9 assim q Greys e9 bo, chorando e rindo, novele3o ou ne3o, vale muito a pena quando os episf3dios fazem isso com a gente.Concordo que ela foi escorregadia, mas diria ate9 educada porque a duplinha chatinha de atores (TR e a Katherine) fazem uns comente1rios pfablicos que acaba sendo de uma falta de educae7e3o, acho que eles exageram no ego de vez em qdo

    • Phoebe

      I’m with ggfan on this one. A post-it note is disposable and costs a fraction of a cent, so it doesn’t seem to me to be the best way to solidify a marriage. Can’t they at least take a trip to city hall? Meredith doesn’t have to be a big poufy white dress.

  • krystal_skyi

    Ausiello,you were so on your A-Game last night. My head hurts with all this True Blood info coming out of everywhere! I think Pam is going to be, one of the ones who gets hit in the forehead. We do see her in that dungeon.

    • Viv

      Have more confidence in Pam: girlfriend can talk her way down from that hook in five minutes and look flawless while doing so. She’ll be around forever.

      I bet the gunshots have something to do with Jason’s PTSD; that boy needs a good therapist.

      • Jesse

        Viv, that’s exactly what I thought when I read it. Jason’s gonna be imagining some pretty horrific things due to his guilt.

  • krystal_skyi

    Ausiello,you were so on your A-Game last night. My head hurts with all this True Blood info coming out of everywhere! I think Pam is going to be, one of the ones who gets hit in the forehead. We do see her in that dungeon.

  • Sam

    Why post the blind item if you’re not going to tell who it is?

    • clev

      I think most people guessed it was Burn Notice. From what I hear both of their heads have gotten too big from the show’s success. I don’t care I still love both of them and live in an imaginary world where they are perfect for each other!

      • topoopon

        But really… isn’t a guess no better than spreading unfounded rumors??? He really is an Aushole for doing that.

    • Sarah

      That’s why it’s called a BLIND item.

    • tigersmurfette

      i thought i heard somewhere(vague, i know, but i read too many of these kinda sites) that this item was about nathan fillion and stana katic. she apparently is a rhymes with which. especially to the crew, and he always loves his crews.

  • Sam

    Why post the blind item if you’re not going to tell who it is?

    • clev

      I think most people guessed it was Burn Notice. From what I hear both of their heads have gotten too big from the show’s success. I don’t care I still love both of them and live in an imaginary world where they are perfect for each other!

      • topoopon

        But really… isn’t a guess no better than spreading unfounded rumors??? He really is an Aushole for doing that.

    • tigersmurfette

      i thought i heard somewhere(vague, i know, but i read too many of these kinda sites) that this item was about nathan fillion and stana katic. she apparently is a rhymes with which. especially to the crew, and he always loves his crews.

      • Mirillie

        It can’t be Castle. All of their scenes are together. The show couldn’t last if they didn’t shoot scenes together.

  • Kristi

    I enjoy Jeff & Annie on Community. Yes, there’s the age difference, but I think it’s obvious to everyone that Joel McHale & Alison Brie have a natural chemistry together onscreen that Jeff/Britta just don’t. I’m sure the writers will work it out.

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