'House,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Parenthood,' Justin Bieber on 'CSI': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

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I’m not one to exaggerate, so you can believe me when I say I have some killer scoop that’s deathly good this week.

Not only did I speak with executive producer Greg Yaitanes about one of the biggest episodes of House you’ve ever seen, Shay Mitchell about Pretty Little Liars, and Craig Thomas about the next few (happy!) episodes of How I Met Your Mother, but I also have a HUGE Justin Bieber-related CSI spoiler. Plus there’s Cougar Town casting scoop, Michael and Nikita spoilers, dish from Spartacus: Gods of the Arena ‘s Aussie star Dustin Clare, and a ton more! Dig in with the fury of a million Bieber fans competing for a lock of his baby hair. GO!


Tired of weeping during How I Met Your Mother? Join the club. Co-creator and EP Craig Thomas owes us all a box of tissues and a big hug for the emotional turmoil we’ve experienced watching Marshall deal with his father’s death. The good news? Thomas tells me there’s major funny on the way. For one, Marshall is in Minnesota for the next two episodes, and in the Feb. 7 episode, he (like many fans) is looking for a distraction from all the sadness.

Thomas sums it up for us: “This episode starts up with Marshall calling back home and saying, ‘Guys, I’m in Minnesota. I’m dealing with the loss of my father; it’s a lot. Now, talk to me, and tell me a story. Tell me something that has nothing to do with my father or death or anything bad. I want some gossip, and I want to be distracted. Go.’ Sometimes [friends] are there to talk about real stuff; sometimes they’re there to completely distract you and let you go a little deeper into denial by telling you something stupid or making you laugh or telling you some petty gossip about a romantic intrigue. That’s the mode we’ll be in.”

Don’t be fooled, though. It is very much a Ted-centric episode (with guest star Katy Perry) that feels like “old-school How I Met Your Mother.” “It’s a true romantic comedy — a very sweet-hearted, hopeful episode,” Thomas says.

“I’m not laughing out loud yet, Sandra,” you might be saying. Fine. How about this: Looking ahead one more week (to an episode I scooped about here), Lily will be missing Marshall so much as Valentine’s Day approaches, she takes matters into her own tiny, slightly creepy hands.

“Lily’s missing Marshall so badly that she has a body pillow that she’s started sleeping with that she’s started to anthropomorphize it in a weird way. She’s starting to throw Marshall’s shirt on it and talk to it. There’s some really funny stuff,” Thomas describes.

And what about the baby Marshmallow we were hoping the happy couple would be making this season? Surely, no pillow can help her with that. (At least we hope they can’t…eeew) Sad fact: Real Marshall might not be up for that either — at least for a bit.

“It doesn’t feel real that we jump right back, ‘All right let’s go have sex. My dad just died. Let’s get back on the baby train immediately,'” Thomas says. “Ultimately, we’re going to see Lily and Marshall get through this tragic time and see what it means for them as they move forward in their lives. Is there going to be a light at the end of the tunnel for Marshall and Lily? For sure.”


With Maya looking to stay in juvie (at least for a while), homophobic Paige (played by 10 Things I Hate About You‘s Lindsay Shaw) on a hate rampage, and “A” being more aggressive than ever, things aren’t looking sunny for Emily on Pretty Little Liars. But a side of fun is about to be served up with that big helping of bleak. For one, in the next episodes of the second half of the season, Emily will experience an evolution of sorts, according to actress Shay Mitchell

“You definitely get to see different sides of Emily that you maybe didn’t see in the first 10. You thought you knew kinda what she was about, but she definitely surprises everybody. And seeing her a little bit tipsy with a little bit of liquid courage in [a recent] episode was one way. And she does get a little loosened up in 1.19, and she does have some fun that night,” Mitchell teases. “I really want to talk to everyone after the episodes have aired so I can tell you what it was really like shooting it. [Laughs] But it was fun.”

Sounds scandalous — at least, we hope it is. Nevermind, this is PLLof course it is.

Meanwhile, Emily’s not the only one turning over an interesting new leaf. Soon, another Liar will be reaching out to help Toby — much to Emily’s surprise — after he finds himself in need of help.

“I think with them showing different sides of Toby, and that he might not be as bad of a guy as everyone makes him out to be, that other people start to notice that as well,” Mitchell says. “And yes, that one of the people starts to feel for Toby is kind of an initial shock to Emily. But Emily has had a great relationship with Maya and I don’t think she’ll be too bothered by it.”

Speaking of Maya, Mitchell says she’d love to see her return, but there “will be new and past relationships” that will keep Emily occupied in the meantime. Unfortunately, more scrutiny is also on the horizon. “The writers aren’t sugar coating any of the issues the girls are going through,” she explains. “In a perfect world — and in a world I would love to live in — I would hope that Emily would have no other issues and be able to live her life. But there are still those people who aren’t accepting of other people’s differences, and that’s fine. She’s confident enough to deal with it and put it aside. I think there will be some lingering issues that pop up here and there, but she has such a great support team behind her, it doesn’t even matter.”

That’s the way to do it, kiddies.


Picture this: House and Cuddy in western gear a la Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Robert Sean Leonard’s Wilson hanging out in a sitcom-style version of House’s apartment as a laugh track pipes in. A musical number choreographed by So You Think You Can Dance‘s Mia Michaels. A horror movie (with zombies!). And a classic black-and-white movie. Sound like the craziest episode of House ever? Executive producer Greg Yaitanes explains.

“Within those dreams, the story of what [the team is] going through is being told in [the dreams] throughout the episode,” he says. “It just allowed us to [tell the] message of this great story between them and let the fans participate in a new way.” Very new, indeed. But definitely worth watching if you’re a Cuddy fan. In fact, it’s required watching if you’re a Cuddy fan. “If you’re enjoying their storyline, this is going to be a very important episode,” Yaitanes teases of the likely “polarizing” episode. “I think people will love or hate us for it, but I just think there’s some incredible work there that was done. Liz [Friedman] wrote an amazing script, and I think everybody really shines in a big way,” he says.

I begged him for more, but all I got was: “The musical is… I don’t think anyone will have seen something like that on television before.”

Excited yet?

*For a First Look at the episode, pick up the new issue of EW, on stands Feb. 11. You won’t regret it.


Haddie’s still lusting after Alex (who isn’t going anywhere for a while) against her parents’ wishes; Crosby’s going to get involved with Max’ therapist Gaby (yes, that’s still happening) with huge consequences; Sarah’s ex, played by John Corbett, is coming in for a three-episode arc; and Jason Ritter is coming back for one episode (no doubt to stir things up with Sarah, as well). Yes, there’s a lot of complicated love going on in Parenthood. That is, unless your character’s name is Amber.

To figure out why Amber (played by the awesome Mae Whitman) was stuck playing pseudo-mom to Haddie for the last few episodes, EW’s Lynette Rice went to executive producer Jason Katims for answers. As luck would have it, we learned about a “big, big storyline” on the horizon for fan favorite Amber.

“Yes, there is a guy involved, as there always is a guy involved [laughs], but it’s not really about the love interest,”Katims says. “It’s more about her meeting a very… let’s just say this is the most difficult time she’s had since her family’s moved back from Fresno to be in Berkeley.”

In related Braverman family scoop (well, Braverman-Graham, if you’re picky), the possibility of adding a new body to the brood will continue to grow as the show approaches the end of its season. That info may or may not relate to the “couple of really big things” that Katims says will happen toward the end of year. I leave the speculation to you, Roomies…


Lou-Diamond-PhillipsImage Credit: Valerie Macon/Getty Images Cougar Town is going to be gone for TOO LONG. TOO, TOO LONG. I don’t like this. I need some wine. And scoop, too, if you have it. — Lisa
I’ll bring the scoop if you bring the wine. Here’s my end of the deal: I’ve learned EXCLUSIVELY that Lou Diamond Phillips will be making a cameo appearance as himself in an episode sometime after Cougar Town returns (no airdate yet). He’ll guest as a customer of Grayson’s. The twist? He’s NOT as patron of the bar. Wine, now, please.

Is there any hope for a Rusty & Ashleigh romance on Greek? I sense a spark going on! Love, Karen (Denmark)
Funny you mention love. Because the Valentine’s Day episode (titled “Midnight Clear” and airing Feb. 14 at 9 ET)  is a very big one for this budding couple. The two are unexpectedly brought together in an episode about Calvin celebrating his birthday and a snow storm keeping the Greek gang locked in at Dobler’s overnight…and what’s a sleepover without a game of Kiss and Tell?

Can you pretty please tell me what is going on with Greek? Why is it all of a sudden “the final semester”? Is it getting canceled? I’m freaking out here especially that Cappie/Casey will not end up together…Please help!! — FREAKING OUT!!
Well, I was busy freaking out in October of last year, when the show’s final season was announced. And you know what? I’m still not over the news yet. In better news, your doubts about Cappie and Casey will certainly be put to rest in the next few episodes — if they haven’t been eased already.

Any scoops on NCIS and NCIS: LA? Will there ever be another cross-over episode? A Hetty and Gibbs scene is what I live for! — Melissa
Nothing planned as of yet, unfortunately. Consolation scoop: We’ll be meeting Ziva’s oh-so-amazing boyfriend Ray soonish — and see the ripples he causes…

Got anything fun on Modern Family? — J.
If you consider school vandalism fun, yes. (Don’t respond to that; there could be cops reading.) Ariel Winter told EW at the SAG Awards that Alex and Haley will soon be bonding over a delinquent act in an upcoming episode. “It is a big sister moment,” she says.

Nikita‘s been on fire! Scoop, please? — Kate
Well, I do have news. But Mikita fans (Michael + Nikita) might not like it. Shane West (Michael) tells me: “You’re going to see Michael and Nikita grow apart, but you’re also going to see them grow back together in ways I can’t explain.” Oh, you’ll explain, Shane. You will explain, or I won’t plug the Twitter account you just created (@shanewest_1). “Nikita and Michael are always connected,” he says. “Regardless if they’re on speaking terms or not, they will continue to run into each other. You’re going to see them work again together. You’re going to see Michael be a lot more harsh and insensitive to Nikita, but you’re also going to see reality come back in that they still do care for each other. And they’re going to have to do one last crazy missions with some people who I don’t want to tease. And you’re going to see a lot of flashbacks potentially from when Michael and Nikita were together.”

That’s better.

Shane-WestImage Credit: Ben Mark Holzberg/The CWGot any Nikita scoop on Michael and Alex? — Emily
Erm. Again, nothing you want to hear. West essentially thinks that the pairing is très creepy. And you can’t blame him. “If you think about it, beyond the fact that Michael and Alex might look cute together, it really cheapens Michael as a human being. Does it mean he did that with a bunch of other girls? Does he hit on all the young girl recruits who remind him of Nikita?” he says, laughing. “Inherently, Michael is looking at Alex like a father figure.” Especially, he says, when it comes to Alex’s new neighbor Nathan (who I spoke with last week). “He’s not going to be jealous of the neighbor Nathan. It’s more that he’s going to be wary, and worried that Alex might go off the reservation so to speak as Nikita tried to do,” he says.

Hearing any buzz about the new season of Breaking Bad? — Matt
Yes, and my little bee is all aflutter over a recurring character who might not be with us much longer. For insight, let’s turn to BB star Bryan Cranston. “It is hard to say something without tipping the hat on another and causing a domino effect,” he says, “but in the first episode of the season, there is a very unexpected turn of events, and one of our characters who has been on the show several times finds a possible demise. Mysterious.” Guesses?

Gossip Girl scoop? — Marti
While Juliet was given an easy out after doing her bad deeds (boohiss!), Stephanie Savage told me last week that the show has “definitely left the door open for her to come back at some point.” And I’m hearing Juliet isn’t the only familiar face who could be popping up soon.

Scoop on Raising Hope? I miss it. — Bryan
When Hope returns for new episodes Feb. 8, Jimmy makes a friend at the grocery store (did you hear crab meat is better than flowers these days?), but things go south when the new friend tries to take something of Jimmy’s. Also, we learn some surprising new information about Maw-Maw’s lucid moments.

Spartucus-Gods-ClareImage Credit: Melea Kreshok/StarzSo, I don’t know who’s watching the Spartacus prequel, but it’s awesome/super sexy. You don’t by any chance have some info? — K.C.
Dustin Clare, who plays the hunky Gannicus on the six-episode series, has info that might be of interest. “We’re going to lose a gladiator on tonight’s episode,” he says, bluntly in his Aussie accent. (Spoiler-ific AND Australian? Yup. I’m in love.) As you’ll recall, last week we also left off with Gannicus being forced into sex with Oenomaus’ wife Melitta, and in tonight’s all new episode, Gannicus is “still reeling” from the encounter, says Clare. “In episode 3, he’s still trying to process that,” he tells us.

Looking ahead, Clare says we can look forward to “the most amazing fight we’ve ever attempted. The fight choreographers deserve all the credit for that. We did a lot of Saturdays learning that fight. Also, in terms of filming it, it took something like eight days. It’s a big fight.”

90210. You haven’t had anything about this in a while. A little scoop is overdue.  — Jill
Is there a penalty fee? This should pay the piper: Adrianna is going to find out about Navid and Silver…but isn’t going to tell anyone what she knows. “She’s going to process it and acts upon that. She might take it well, she might not,” dishes Michael Steger (Navid). My guess? Not well at all. Bitch is gonna bite back — probably not literally. But you never know.

Steger also says Navid’s upcoming music video shoot with Mr. “Hot in Herrre” doesn’t go as smoothly as he hopes. “Nelly’s producers are really not happy with me because Dixon and I are fumbling all over the place trying to get the video together,” he explains. “Somehow Navid pulls it off. The producers really not happy with Navid because he had people come on set and was very unprofessional, but at the end of the day, Nelly comes up and says, ‘Navid, you did a really great job.’ So it’s kind of like that whole experience reaffirmed that Navid is doing a really great job, and it reaffirms that it’s what he needs to be doing. He has to produce and fulfill his dreams of becoming a business owner.”

The honorable residents of Pawnee, Ind. (and their groupies) demand some scoop. — Gary
Tom and Ben form an unlikely friendship in the next few episodes that culminates with Ben sticking up for Tom after a bad encounter at a club leaves him blue. It’s really touching — and kind of gross when Ben starts heaving. Also, Ron will nearly have a panic attack when his quest for an amazing meal takes a sad turn.

Justin-Bieber-CSIImage Credit: Sonja Flemming/CBSCSI scoop, please? — Shana
As promised, this is a doozy: Sources confirm that Justin Bieber will not be making another return to CSI after he makes his second appearance on the Feb. 17 episode. Why? Because his character will be dead. The pop star’s character Jason McCann will meet a violent end at the hand of a CSI, who is acting in self-defense. How “violent”? I’m hearing he gets shot. Hey, it’s better than the writer’s original plan to have the Biebs blow himself up. You think I’m joking, don’t you?

REMEMBER: Send in your spoiler questions to spoilerroom@ew.com or Tweet them to @EWSandraG or forever hold your peace. (And who the heck wants to do that?)

(Additional reporting by Lynette Rice, Mandi Bierly, Nicholas White, and Carrie Bell.)

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  • MiMi

    Enough with the Cuddy-centric episodes already…-.-

    • pesto

      enough with you!!!!

      • whereisit

        good one!

    • Pat

      The producers need to go back and check the show’s title again. It’s called “House”, not “Cuddy” or even “Huddy”

      • Rory

        And if you had more than one brain cell you’d realize every single thing is part of House’s journey, even Huddy we get to see from his POV. Which is why we hardly ever learn anything about other characters and when we do, it’s superficial and stupid. Wilson’s brother, anyone?

      • Ellen

        I’d rather see Wilson’s brother any day than Cuddy’s endless family members. Bros before hos.

      • Melanie

        i love the journey that house is on, and i love huddy, and lisa E is the bomb! Go, Huddy! Go, House!

    • Madison

      Awesome HOUSE scoop this week! GY’s quotes about the episode make it seem really cool and unique. So many good ones coming up, it’s hard to know which one I want to see first.

    • [H]ouse TPTB rock

      TY [H]ouse TPTB for showing the Cuddy love, for breaking out of the box once in awhile, for giving us Huddy this season, for Butch and frakkin’ Sundance, for Mia Michaels..

      • Tracy Murray

        Don’t forget the awesome zombies !

      • Melanie


    • NLP

      Such heresy to say that! Ok, there’s zillions of fans who are sick of Huddy, but we will always be drowned out by the small cadre of dedicated, rabid fans who love it. The continued falling ratings attest to the reality, but apparently TPTB don’t care. All you can do is what more and more former fans are doing — stop watching. You’ll be much happier. I am.

      • shotahunter

        You’re so right about that.. nowadays HOUSE has become such a pain to watch with all this insipid Huddyfail that the best Tuesday mornings are those where I chose not to watch them do “Days of our lives on crack”….

        The Huddy arc is just tearing this show apart… *sigh* Gonna go watch season 4…

    • Mal

      Well , I’m NOT a cuddy fan & I’m definitely SKIPPING this one too.

      No wonder networks are reluctant to renew the show .
      GY destroyed HOUSE MD.

      • moviemaker35

        At the risk of sounding stupid, who’s GY??

      • yada, yada

        @Mal-I’m pretty sure you’re wrong about the networks being reluctant. Especially since they’ve actually said the opposite in interviews.
        @moviemaker35-Greg Yaitanes. He’s a fab director and also an exec. producer on HOUSE. Look up some of his work. He’s very good.
        Thanks for the spoilers, dude. Sounds really different but in a good way.

      • Zakry

        House is a ratings monster, there is no reluctance whatsoever.

    • Carrie

      Agreed! The show is called HOUSE and he has an actual staff that works for him. Cuddy is so overrated.

  • Lala

    Thanks for the Parenthood love!! the second half of the season is shaping to be really good. I can´t wait. Love the Bravermans.

    • Beth

      I LOVE Parenthood. I don’t want Crosby to ruin his relationship with Jasmine!!!

      • Rain

        I loved Crosby/Jasmine in the beginning, but am not a fan of the way Jasmine treats Crosby lately.

    • Kelly

      Glad to see Parenthood here! I totally adore that show and I’m super excited for the rest of the season!!

    • Lisa

      I’m worried about Parenthood. I love Jasmine and I hope Crosby doesn’t f that up too much!

    • Tara

      LOVE Parenthood!! Love Lorelai…oops I mean Sarah. But am I the only one who wants to constantly beat the crap outta Christina??! She’s Moronic! Mama needs to get a job, hobbie, lover, something but stay out of her daughter’s biz already! I’m a Mom of a 5 yr old and at least now I know what I’m NOT gonna do to her! The kid is 16 and obviously Alex is mature enough since he’s proven it each time. Get off your High Horse and trust the kid already! As for Crosby, DO it up! Gaby is Hot and Jasmine is becoming too controlling of him! Women, please! If you got a wayward man, who has always been that way, stop trying to conform him to your ideal man and love him for who he is, or leave him. So go for yours Crosby!

      • wino

        Christina annoys me like no other character on TV. she has zero redeeming qualities. Jasmine has been a controlling byotch recently, hopefully she and Crosby learn to communicate better. Im sure the Gaby thing/affair will just be a phase.

      • Amy

        Although she is a difficult character to love, Christina’s struggles in her relationship with Max have really endeared her to me. I found the scenes where Adam and Christina go to the support group very touching.

    • Amy

      I am also thankful for the scoop for this underrated gem of a show.

    • Zakry

      Love Parenthood, its still what Brothers and Sisters used to be. That said, Gaby as in Minka Kelly? That would quell my only criticism of the show – how do you waste Minka Kelly??

  • Pam

    Hmmmm… brain working overtime re death on Breaking Bad. My first thought was Hank, Walt’s brother in law, but the spoiler makes it sound like someone who is onscreen less. My other thought is Saul Goodman. That dude is so weasly, his days HAVE to be numbered.

    • Corinne

      I really hope its not Saul, he’s far too awesome to off. I’m thinking its the guy who does Saul’s dirty work. Can’t remember his name though.

      • Doug-H

        you mean Johnathan Banks’ character Mike… I see no weeping there.. He is expendable without wrecking storylines… Walt needs Saul and Gus for plot points plus for what it’s worth, they are listed full season in IMDB..

    • MCS

      Possibly Don Salamanca? I sure would be glad to never hear that bell again.

    • Ron

      I love BB and am a Albuquerque resident. They have been seen filming at the Gus residence and the Octopus car wash as well as a twisters converted in to Los Pollos Hermanos, I think Jesse had to shoot Victor in defence and Gail lives.

  • Anika

    I’m so glad I don’t have to care about House anymore (I bounced with Cameron). Because. WTF.

    • Diane


    • Karen

      If you don’t care ,why comment then

  • sarah

    Yeah Sorry Greg Yaitanes (codename: LE-pimp)I`m not a cuddy-fan and never will be. Can we go back to the show where House was a man with a backbone&balls. All these Huddy/Cuddy centric episodes are makeing this show unbearable.

    • Liz


    • pesto

      you’ll see HOUSE backbone on Monday!

    • Pat

      ITA too.

    • Karen

      House can only get his balls back when Cuddy is finished with them. So you’ll be waiting

      • Trish

        Yup, agree. Waiting a long long time. Like forever.

    • jane

      Yeah i have read the press releases for the upcoming episodes and i really was disppointent. It`s all about Cuddy and House has to prove that he is worth to be her bF. WTF Has she proved that she is worth. I allways thought she is incredible selfish and narcistic. You get i don`t like her either and I`m not looking forward to the new House episode.

  • Amanda

    Thanks for the How I Met Your Mother scoop! Love that show so much!!

  • Adriane

    F. yeah another Cuddy centric episode. It’s only fair after the horrid S6.

  • Karen

    Can’t wait for House. Love that they are giving plenty of scenes to Cuddy. Sounds like a really interesting episode

  • Liz

    Cuddy centric episode? Definitely skipping this. I’d rather have her gone. STAT.

    • Karen

      RSL will be gone first

      • Susan

        I really hope so, RSL is too good for this crappy show. And when he’ll go the show will die

      • @Susan

        Aww. Are you bummed by the fact that LE got the ‘Favourite Drama ACTRESS award’ at the PCA’s instead of RSL?

      • mauiwowie

        If RSL goes, it will be because he wants more time with his family and to go back to Broadway. And if RSL goes, it will no longer be so obvious how much more entertaining House is with Wilson than with Cuddy, which is what the show wants. Huddy is a carefully crafted promotion.

    • Laila

      Liz, jealousy really isn’t a good look on you.

      • Carla

        @Fri because Robert don’t have that all this Lisa E. insane fans that vote, vote, and vote, and vote and vote, and vote and vote and vote again again again and agai!
        Ah oh….and Huddies also speculate on a ridiculous Hugh and Lisa top top top top secret love affair (looooooooooooool and loool and loool) but shhhhh they are sooooo sooo soooo mature! only Hilson and Haters and Hamerons are bitter and bad person al all! Yes Yes Yes!

      • mika

        Try learning some english first.

      • patty&selma on strike

        @Carla you are right.. LE won that award just because she have 10 fans that make noise like 20000 … no good ratings since Huddy started.. it’s time to cut it off.. and send Cuddy back to her desk..caring for her boops… LOL

  • Sally

    Thanks for the HIMYM scoop!

    • Carla

      @mika, obviously I don’t speak english, I never study english…so I speak english very well! lol! Try you to speak Italian, now?? Came on! lol! House is a international show, so we foreign fans count like you.
      Ah, for the record, in Italy House WAS a great success! Now no one watch House anymore, they lost 2/3 all his viewers, why?? lol lol lol Lost quality, lost viewers.
      Elementary Watson.

  • Mel

    OMG since when is House MD the Cuddy show?! I agree, I’ll skip this too. Not interested in Cuddy, sitting through Huddy scenes is bad enough already.

    • mel35

      well, it’s only fair after the HORRIBLE hilson season 6!

      • ?

        Are you kidding? Season 6 was all about huddy, House was reduced to a loser, weack man because Cuddy, the luv of his life (Stacy anyone?) was with Lucas! Also DS and Co kept saying the huddy crap was going to happen and since then a lot of people decided to stop watching

      • aL.

        S6 was all about Huddy? You only see what you want to see, sweetheart. Lisa E. had to undergo a surgery so it’s a FACT her screentime was drastically reduced in the second half of the season. There were episodes where she had no longer than 40 seconds of airtime and when she did, she had to be sitting on her desk because of her hips. If you don’t have anything to say, don’t say anything at all.

      • David

        Seriously? Do you have any idea how the ratings system actually work? What a bunch of ignorant morons.

      • Karen


  • djesus

    Yeah! go go Cuddy! can’t wait to see this ep!

    • Carla

      @aL Maybe a plastic surgery???

  • Natasha from Moscow

    Bah, sorry but Greg Yainates is a mediocre man. House md, without Bryan Singer, it’s only a stupid show.

    • Karen

      Dont watch then

    • Alice

      Greg Yaitanes won an Emmy. Your argument is invalid.

      • mauiwowie

        Hugh has NOT won an Emmy. Faulty logic.

      • Taryn

        Greg Yaitanes is an *excellent* director. He can direct Cuddy or Huddy for me *anytime*. As for him being mediocre in any other way, I don’t think either of us know him so we can’t say anything about that without BSing, which is what you’re doing right now.

      • Carla

        Yeah, he wins a Emmy…when nobody knew who he is. But now, all know who he is, so he will never won again for sure! lol

      • GetalifeCarla

        Carla, I’ve only read the first page of comments here and still can’t help but notice how all of your comments make you look like a flaming imbecile. How about you do us all a favor and superglue your hands together so you can’t type anymore? Unless you’d like to learn some manners. But I wouldn’t hold my breath. And fyi, I like Yataines and think he’s a great director period.

  • Zosia

    This ep of House sounds INCREDIBLE. Can’t wait!

    • Carla

      @GetalifeCarla Sure, because you and your multiple name are so cleveerrr. Albert Einstein reincarnate. Really! get a file you too, darling. Ho dimostrato quello che volevo perciò bye bye. Non ho fondato lj o forum e non scrivo da nessuna parte nel fandom, IO, perciò posso staccare sul serio, per fortuna, ah.

      • Miranda

        dude, do you think Huddies are all the same person? FYI, there’s hundreds of us. No need to use multiple names.

  • Mole

    How can Ron ever be sad about food after discovering the Four Horsemeals of the Eggporkalypse?

    • J.

      I know, seriously! I have no idea what description means, but it makes me feel so sad…

      Thanks for the P&R scoop!

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