'Criminal Minds,' 'Supernatural,' 'Castle,' 'NCIS: LA': Find out what's next in the Spoiler Room

Spoiler-Room

Lords and ladies of the Royal Spoiler court, your TV scooper has taken a break from her shameless obsession with the Royal Wedding to bring you a spot of TV scoop fit for Royals and commoners alike.

Quick programming note to all the lovely readers who contacted me thinking I was dead/injured/buried alive on Tuesday when you were hoping for a Spoiler Room: We are on summer schedule, meaning you’ll get the column once a week until fall season. But perhaps I’ll pop in on some Tuesdays with special treats (“perhaps” = “of course!”). And as always, keep a close eye on ITV for daily scoopage.

On to the fun! As always, you great people can send your questions to spoilerroom@ew.com and @EWSandraG on Twitter. See you next week!

‘CRIMINAL MINDS’ FINALE WILL TACKLE BAU’s UNCERTAIN FUTURE

With some key cast members of Criminal Minds still without contracts for next season (i.e., Shemar Moore and the beloved Thomas Gibson), exec producer Erica Messer has penned a cliffhanger for the May 18 finale that will nod to the team’s shaky future — but not with guns and explosions. It will tackle the financial realities of crime fighting — and possible cutbacks in BAU. “It’s a more authentic version of ‘Our team is in jeopardy,’ ” she says. “This instead is, ‘There could be big trouble here, hopefully not,’ but we need to at least acknowledge that it’s on the horizon.”

One thing that’s not uncertain? The team is going to face an extremely unsettling case about a domestic trafficking ring in the finale. “There’s a quote that sort of kicks off the episode, and it’s by a British novelist named Thomas Hardy, and it’s ‘And yet for every bad there’s a worst.’ That quote sort of sums up the episode and the kind of bad guys we deal with all the time,” says Messer. “[The victims] are sort of taken for a multi-purpose thing — when their time is done in this [trafficking] ring, they’re sort of killed in a spectator sport kind of way, which is really disturbing”

(Also, Criminal Minds, fans, have you read Lynette Rice’s chat with A.J. Cook?)

YOUR ‘CASTLE’ QUESTIONS ANSWERED!

First, I was completely blown away by the great response and the volume of questions y’all sent in for Andrew Marlowe. So I figured I’d poke out three of the most spoiler-ific questions for today’s column for a super-sized Castle item. Rest assured, you’ll be getting several more answered as we head toward the finale! Until then, enjoy, kittens.

 Any further scoop on the upcoming L.A. episode would be fun…. shared hotel suite…. sportscars… palm trees… bikinis that episode is already looking like it’s going to be a fan favorite! — Cheryl
I’d be willing to say it’ll be a fan-fave — especially if you enjoy rogue Beckett! “She’s not a cop in L.A. She’s not working under any authority, so she has to go a little rogue, which I think both delights Castle, but also makes him a little bit nervous,” says Marlowe. “In New York, she’s always there as a safety net to make sure things go as planned. But in L.A., they’re flying blind.” But Marlowe is humbled when I tell him fans are building this one up. “Well, we hope we don’t disappoint. I don’t want to build it up too much,” he says, laughing. So modest!

I hope this is an appropriate question as I have never posted one before: I am wondering if Marlowe and/or fellow writers see all the storyline theories for the L.A. episode or season finale posted on sites like the ABC message boards?  I read them and have to chuckle, wondering if the powers that be read them and laugh at how off base they are or be amazed at how correct they are. Thanks. — Rayna
There’s absolutely no right or wrong question to ask, Rayna! Fear not. But you should fear that information you’re writing online is getting back to Marlowe. He’s a busy guy, so he doesn’t always have time to read it himself. But trust me when I say, he hears it. And you know what? Some of the theories you’ve pondered about the finale are correct! “Certainly there are people out there who are flirting with various elements of what we’re doing who have gotten some things right,” he says.

Please give us some theories on the possible game changer for Castle and Beckett!!!  Is someone he knows involved in Beckett’s mom’s murder?  Beckett pregnant by Josh?  I need something significant from the finale to get me through the summer!  PLEASE!!!!! — Jade
Pregnant? I think not. And my game changer theory? Per Marlowe, “There’s a moment where the two of them talk about their feelings for each other and really get to express where they think they’re at in the relationship,” Marlowe says, making my heart flutter. “I think fans will be really interested to see how that information comes out.”

‘SUPERNATURAL’ EP SERA GAMBLE TEASES  SAM’S CRUMBLING WALL, ‘SHOCKING BEGINNING’

Last week I teased the first hour of Supernatural’s two-hour finale (airing May 20), and now, I come with intel on the show’s second hour, which EP Sera Gamble says opens with “a bang,” as the wall in Sam’s mind that protects him from his darkest memories falls down. (An event Jared Padalecki himself spilled on here.) “You see Sam in a state he’s never been in before pretty much at the top of the episode,” she says. “Structurally, he does a couple of pretty interesting things in that episode.”

Um, I’m worried. Nay, pleasantly terrified. “I will say that hopefully it’s entertaining. It’s like when you start to think about what that could be in your imagination — something completely spun out in all directions — except hopefully we give you something you were thinking and some unexpected twists,” she says. “We like to throw stuff at the boys that they weren’t prepared for as much as possible.” I only hope we’re prepared for the trauma. Probably not. But that’s the fun of it.

SIDE DISHES

Kensi-and-Deeks

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NCIS L.A.? – LG
I am so glad you asked. And I also hope you’re a Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and Kensi (Daniela Ruah) fan for two reasons. (1) The May 3 episode is going to be awesome because not only does it delve deep into Deek’s twisty backstory, but it also finds Deeks undercover in a way we’ve never seen before. “[Kensi] has never seen him be intimate with a woman before — not in real life and not undercover. She’s confronted for the first time with seeing him in a big, big kiss with his past lover, and it’s interesting how she’s able to react to that. She has to keep her cool,” says Ruah. But for Olsen, the best part of the episode was seeing Deeks go to a “darker place” than we’ve seen before, and subsequently “how Kensi navigates his fall.” BONUS SCOOP: Come back to ITV May 3 for more from my hilarious dual chat with this pair. I’ll say this much: There’s clucking involved.

Cougar Town scooooooooooop! Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaase! Thank you :) — Jennifer
Ooooooooooooooooooooook. You know that baby drama talk Josh Hopkins alluded to in his interview with Mandi Bierly? Well, I hear Jules actually might be open to the idea! Personally, I’d be for it. Travis is great and all, but someone (on the playground) once told me second is the best.

Can we please get scoop on Robin from HIMYM? Please? — Diane
There’s a HUGELY important scene with her and another person in the finale that will set the course for the entire next season. The setting of this scene may not be what you’re thinking it is.

Danno

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Any scoop on H50‘s season finale? Maybe a hint or two about who’s being killed off… pretty please! — Lynn, Maryland
Well, if exec producer Peter Lenkov and co-executive producer Paul Zbyszewski are to believed (and they are) you’re all wrong so far in your guesses. “There are lot of theories but I think they’re going to be shocked because no one has hit it yet,” Lenkov says of the “bold” and “shocking” departure. “We didn’t really show the cast or anybody what we had planned. When they started getting those pages, I think they were completely shocked by what we were doing. Happy — but shocked.” [P.S. - Be sure to check out EW's exclusive First Look at the Hawaii Five-0 in the issue out today!] [PPS - the photo in the magazine is of McGarrett, so I put Danno here. I'm an equal opportunity ogler. :)]

Any scoop you can get on MerDer would be greatly appreciated — scoop on their wedding? Thanks. — Debra
Wouldn’t call it a “wedding” so much as “making it official.” This IS Mer-Der we’re talking about here. Everything will be 100 percent them.

Hope you are okay Sandra. Do not know how much longer I can go J!  Anyways if you could I really need a FIX and need it ASAP! The Glades — do you know when it going to come back on? All the website says is “coming soon.” I think it is one of the BEST newer shows. Please tell me the slime ball getting out of jail IS NOT going to stop the divorce! Jimcal are great together. Have not seen that much chemistry between 2 actors in a long time. Hope you are okay and hope to read some of your GREAT Scoop!  Have a beautiful day!!! — Dana S from Texas
Once again, many thanks for the concern. I am happy to be among the living. The Glades returns June 5 for its 13-episode second season, that, as you mentioned, finds Callie’s husband, Ray, out of the slammer. And while I totally agree that “Jimcal” (<< that’s a new one to me!) are a great pair, Ray’s presence will definitely complicate things — especially in the episode where Callie finds herself stuck in a safehouse with Ray and her son, Jeff. It’s almost like they’re… a family again. Rest assured the Jimcal story is far from done, though.

So I’m Indian and judging by these 90210 pics and Naomi being in Indian gear that is usually worn for weddings,  I am assuming this might be for an Ivy & Raj wedding? Am I right or wrong… please let me know thanks :-) — Reena
You’re right. Although Trevor Donovan certainly wasn’t spilling any wedding secrets when we chatted with him yesterday. He did spill on Teddy’s new romance with Marco, which seems to be going well for now. But that’s going to change very soon. “Marco ends up doing a few things — getting caught in a few lies — that cause Teddy not to trust him so much,” Donovan says.

I would really love to know a bit more about what will certainly be the awesomest battle with the awesomest of heroes on TV history. And by that, I mean of course my man Sawyer guest starring in Community’s paintball war finale.– MJ
I had more of an answer for you… but my brain hasn’t been operating properly since watching this clip.

Beth-Littleford

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Any Housewives scoop? Honestly, it’s total trash this season. Trash that for some freaking reason I can’t stop watching. Sandra, help me. — Emilee
I understand. There, there. But you know what? It IS addicting. And the May 8 episode is especially juicy, according to guest star Beth Littleford, currently seen Monday nights on The Hard Times of RJ Berger, who plays the unfriendly head of the Parent Council at Susan’s old school. “She comes into a meeting  and I basically … do the Jedi mind control on all the women in the parent council, sort of saying, ‘Put your purse on the seat next do you, don’t let her sit there,’ ‘Put your purse on the seat next do you, don’t let her sit there,'” she says. “So I just continue to be super bitchy and put her through the ringer.” But the embarrassment at the meeting pales in comparison to what happens at Parents’ Night.

@EWSandraG, any adorable moments during your interview with Shane West that you can share with the fans? ;) — @SabbyNoCanDo via Twitter
Did you hear the one about when Shane West called me “hon” at the end of our interview? ((Dies)) Sorry, nerd moment over. Want some scoop to go with that swoon? How about some news about Shane’s on-screen love, Nikita? “They’re going to start having serious conversations about their relationship. You’re going to see what some people would call… ‘the dreaded relationship talk.’ ‘How are we going to work together now that we’re together and sleeping together?’ and things like that.'” he says. “So there is going be good steamy scenes for the fans who love that, and there is going be real confrontation as well. It can’t be so simple cause we’re only in season 1, and we can’t make everything so perfect, you know?” And something tells me that even last night’s deep conversation about their future isn’t the end of the serious chats between these two.

Please! I’m dying for some Smallville scoop!! Waiting for Fridays is becoming more and more painful because I want them to come and I also don’t want it to end! Help a confused citizen, please! — Dave
Well, if it’s scoop you’re wanting, you should come back later for my chat with Justin Hartley about his directorial debut. But until then, I’ll tease you with this bit from our quick discussion about Oliver’s future with Chloe: “We send him in a direction with Chloe that makes sense. it kinda ties up that story but also keeps him in line with what’s been told in the comics.” But, he warns, it’s by no means an episode centered on anyone but Clark. “They did a great job of telling everyone’s story without taking away from the main character.”

You were completely right about Nurse Jackie last week. Coop was hilarious! But what’s this about a love interest? — Nancy
Indeed. Coops getting a girlfriend. Only don’t expect him to slow-walk it. “It’s the season where he’s trying to grow up,” says Peter Facinelli. “His version of growing up is starting a family of his own — he just does it in the wrong way. He decides, ‘I’m going to have my own family… tomorrow!’ So he has no sense of reason or being rational. He has a game plan and goes for it. For him, it’s a journey about trying to grow up but in all the wrong ways.”

Thanks for the Parks and Rec scoop! I have grown to love, love the show. But I worry about your latest Leslie/Ben scoop. I already love their friendship/relationship and don’t want them to become a couple right away… we all know what happens then… boring. Look what happen to Jim and Pam on The Office… no one cares about them and their baby. Please tell me Parks and Rec won’t go down the same road with Leslie and Ben!! – Jen
Looking forward, lots of mixed signals — that cat/mouse game they’re so good at playing. In an upcoming episode, Ben even does his part to help Leslie and Ann repair a tiff. I say we sit back and enjoy the ride and hope it’s a somewhat lengthy one — especially since my previous fave couple (April and Andy) already hit the fast track in a major way.

good-wife

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Hi. Can I get some scoop on my favorite ‘ship, Will and Alicia from The Good Wife? Thanks. — Sietske
I’d love to give you some ‘shippy scoop, but truth be told, Alicia’s a little busy next week, you know, watching her life come apart! But while most of her scenes with Will in the super stellar May 3 episode are case-related, his name certainly comes up in another conversation… between her and Peter. And it’s not a happy chat.

Private Practice scoop, please! — Katie
We caught up with Kate Walsh as she was walking the red carpet during the Tribeca Film Festival for her heart-wrenching film Angel’s Crest. And while she was coy with the details, she told us, “These last four episode are insane — lots of insane drama, twists and turns… You should stay until the very last second or else you’ll miss a very, very important thing that happens.” Of course, Kate! That’s why we always set the DVR 2 minutes over — just in case.

Any Modern Family scoop? I feel like I barely see any. — Lisa
Well then let you feel that way no more. The show could be casting a new character next year: a new family member. Could be old. Could be new. Could be more to this story. You’ll have to butter me up a little to find out.

(Hillary Busis, Stephan Lee, and Maggie Pehanick contributed to this column)

Note: Shout out to all the Roomies affected by the storms this week — there were quite a few. Scoopers, lend your support if you can or put in a word to Grilled Cheesus, mmk?

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  • Jerri

    Thanks for the Castle scoop!!!! But – “delights Castle, but also makes him a little big nervous,” says Marlowe – a little bit nervous, perhaps, Sandra? Or is there something else there…?

    • Sandra Gonzalez

      “bit” was the word. Apologies. Thank you, Jerri!

  • Johnification

    Maybe a new cousin on Modern Family? Cousin Oliver?

    • zeezee

      I hear its going to be an older verison of Lily as they want her walking and talking….

      • LIGrrl

        A different girl playing Lily wouldn’t be a new family member. But I love the idea of replacing the little girl they have now, who is the only negative thing about that show.

        Wehaven’t seen Cam’s dad… or Gloria’s parents — bet that would be funny!

      • Steph

        Someone from Gloria’s family would be hilarious. I really hope Gloria doesn’t get pregnant. Or Claire. No new babies.

    • anonymous

      I heard someting from Ausiello about adding a family pet. IF that it’s Sandra then you are very very late to the party.
      And how come I feel like a lot of these feel like cryptic rehashes of Ausiello’s stuff?

      • Luca

        I can tell you one hundred percent that it is a pet. A dog I believe.

    • Boomer

      Not Funny at all. The Brady Bunch would still be on if it wasn’t for Cousin Oliver.

  • Marsha

    You mean they haven’t cancelled Hawaii 5O yet? Please.

    • Kvivik

      Hey. 5-0 is awesome. While the character’s have the same names, there’s nothing the same between the 2 shows. It’s very cool.

    • Luca

      don’t like it, don’t watch it. Unless you are a Nielsen viewer you really don’t matter to them anyway.
      Me, I would rather that they have fluff scripted stuff that makes them cash which can support shows that are not big money makers than more of the reality tv nonsense. So give me more 5-0 and less Amazing Brothers or whatever that BS is called

      • WTF are you even talking about? Amazing Brothers…psht.

  • kozmikg

    I think Modern Family was going to recast Lily with an older actor to move onto different storylines.

  • dolce

    God I am so bored with Sam and his idiotic drywall. And once again, Dean who? We get Sera. You’re an obsessed JP fan. Move on before you destroy this show completely.

    • Jackie

      Take a deep breath. If you think about it, the show has actually been fairly balanced as far as the amount of focus put on each brother. Seasons one and two were tipped a little bit in Sam’s favor, but there were a lot of excellent Dean-centric episode. Season three the focus was on both of them equally and trying to get them out of Dean’s deal. Seasons four and five were very Dean-heavy seasons, as was the beginning of season six. I honestly think the show is better when it focuses on the two of them together as brothers (something I’m hoping for a lot of in season seven), but I don’t see why people are complaining.

      • Sally

        I agree. I think Supernatural is better than most shows in that it focuses on the characters as individuals as well as the characters as a relationship and does it fairly evenly.

      • not really

        I disagree that Season 5 and 6 were Dean heavy. WRT Season 5, you had The End, but after that it was either fairly balanced or Sam-centric (the last 4 episodes were pretty much Sam-centric). WRT to season 6, Jensen may have had screentime, but the storyline didn’t focus on Dean, it was Dean focusing on others, especially Sam (something is wrong with Sam, what’s wrong with Sam, Soulless Sam, getting Sam’s soul back).

      • Derfel

        Supernatural has been destroyed since the 4th season. The show WAS good once upon a time. Why people still watch this bull shhh is beyond me.

    • lola

      Meh! Kripke’s as much of Sam girl as Gamble. She’s just more honest about it and works harder to get him shirtless. This show has become a sad joke.

      • Deni

        A power outtage casued a brief but awkward delay in the show, so you’ve really gotta hand it to Tyra for getting the audience on their toes. ? And with a body with real curves, it doesn’t take much.

    • Ece

      Episf3dio bem interessante. Ne3o e9 muito comum uma psgoenarem psicopata. O tipo de ligae7e3o entre ela e o serial mereceria ser melhor explorado je1 que, em geral, isto ne3o acontece.Ne3o percebi na hora o pecar para ganhar mas, ne3o seria uma variae7e3o do dito no pain, no gain ?

  • xav

    Too bad about Meredith and Derek. Terrible timing on the writers parts. They keep talking about how Callie and Arizona’s wedding isn’t about politics than slam a legal wedding that isn’t available to them in our faces completely undermining the entire thing.

  • Pan

    There has been a lot of Sam stuff recently…

  • Altair

    What the balls is a MerDer?

    • LEF

      MerDer = Meredith (Grey) and Derek (Shepherd) of Grey’s Anatomy

  • Sherry

    Some are so overfocused on not liking Sera, that they can’t see Supernatural as it really is and that is sad.
    This season has been great and I can’t wait to see what they do in the next few episodes!!

  • athena

    Another year, another Supernatural season finale that’s all about Sam, Sam, Sam. Do the showrunners even remember there are 2 brothers? Because a balanced finale that focuses on both of them equally would be a really welcome change, especially after this extremely Sam heavy season. Or maybe they just finally gave up the pretense of caring about Dean’s character.

    • Jackie

      I guess you missed the finale of season one where all three Winchesters were in a car accident (and Dean almost died). And the season two finale where Dean sold his soul to a demon. Or the season three finale where Dean died and went to hell. Or the seasons four and five finales that focused equally on both brothers… Just sayin’.

      • Not really

        I disagree that the Season 5 finale focused on both Winchesters equally. Dean’s role basically consisted of driving the Yellow Crayons (the Impala and the toy soldier) to the field and letting himself get his face bashed in.

      • lola

        I guess you can’t tell the difference between the season 1 finale and the season 2 opener. The season 1 finale had all three Winchesters in peril and all three being active and present. That was a balanced finale and if you think the Season 5 finale was balanced, they you watch this show through Sammy-Sue-colored goggles. Kripke and Gamble lie everytime they claim this show is about both brothers. Especially this past season and a half. I’m actually grateful that they have stopped lying finally and aren’t even pretending that this show is about anything other than Sam. Padalecki himself expressed the show’s POV when he said they were “saving the best for last.” It’s all about Sam. He knows it and so does the fandom, so it’s ludicrous to continue this charade. But of course, they need the Dean fans to keep their ratings up and the Sam fans know it and continue to spread the propaganda. It’s all so hilariously transparent.

    • Jackie

      Also, in last week’s Spoiler Room, she said that the first part of the season finale was going to be Dean-centric.

      • lola

        That’s not the finale, that’s the penultimate episode that is simply running on the same day as the finale to make room for Smallville’s 2-hour series ender.

      • Tonya

        Yeah Dean centric(it isn’t a two part finale, they are simply playing the last two episodes on the same night because of Smallville’s finale) and yet you better believe Sam is going to be present and accounted for and involved right in the action. Meanwhile in the actual finale – the synopses even tells us Dean will being doing NOTHING.

      • Derfel

        Supernatural just sucks now. We should all boycott it and get Jensen out of this horrible mess. Leave Jared with the dogs because nobody cares about him.

    • Cody

      I agree so hard with this. I guess the one good thing is that unlike season 5 at least we know since the pre-publicity says all Dean will do is “be the big brother.” Newsflash Sera – we knew that. And while that is who Dean is, it shouldn’t be his storyline for the entire season. I don’t think I’ll watch the finale live especially if 6.20 screws up the Dean-Cas bond, and I don’t honestly know if I’ll be a regular viewer again in season 7 after this boring mess.

    • Luca

      seems like you haven’t been paying attention. From day one the show has been about Sam. His connection to the demon and that part of the world. Dean has always been the part of the protector. The big brother. Important less as an individual and more about how he can serve his brother in the great war. As the whipping boy, the king’s champion etc.

  • Modern Family

    Cousin Oliver is coming to stay with the Bradys/Pritchetts!

  • D

    I love Criminal Minds since the begining and all this contract negotiations last year and this year are making me sick. Paget and Aj were let go, thank God AJ is already back, but I’ll only be satisfied in the day Paget comes back as well. As for this year’s negotiations, without Hotch I’d never watch again, without Morgan, I’d be happy forever. But I’ll still watch if Morgan is there, as long as Hotch is there as well.

    This cliffhanger is going to be even worse than the ones when we know that someone will die.

    • janice

      For me it is the opposite. I would never watch again if Morgan was gone. But without Hotch I would be very happy.

      • Rita

        Janice to be truthful I would feel the same way about both characters leaving. That show needs a Hotch and a Morgan. Think about how the whole Garcia thing will play out. Not to hear him call her baby girl, naw would probably lose interest in the show more than I already have.

      • Mary

        Morgan has to stay and A.J. should be brought back!!

    • Stacey

      Other way round for me too. I certainly wouldn’t watch without Morgan. He has so much character and depth and much more chemistry with the other characters.
      I’m not so fussed about Hotch. i think he is a good character, but it wouldn’t bother me so much if he was gone.But I also wouldn’t say I was ‘happy forever’ if he went…. that just sound real bitter!

      • gibra71

        I too wouldn`t watch without Morgan. But I would continue watching without Hotch. Morgan is by far the more interesting character.

    • Belrex

      If Morgan leaves the show I’ll never watch the show again. But without Hotch I would be very happy

    • TayMads

      I thought Paget Brewster left Criminal Minds on her own and that AJ Cook was the only one who was let go. They have stated several times that Paget is free to come back whenever. Can someone please explain this to me because I have always heard that Paget left and AJ was fired.

      • Charlie

        You are sort of right. They told Paget early on that she wasn’t going to be needed in all eps and there was no guarantee that she’d be back after this season. And that they were giving her permission from the top to do pilots etc. if she did one and it was picked up or she meet with someone that wanted her on a show next season they would deal with it.

    • Luca

      Take a deep breath. They aren’t going to get rid of anyone. They have already set up the storyline. Hotch will take over as temp director after we find out that Strauss has cancer or some such. He won’t be involved in every single case but he’ll be around. Morgan will cover the day to day. AJ will come back as a kind of liaison figure helping Hotch to deal with all the BAU teams that are left. We might lose Reid for a few eps depending on how his stress issue plays out but he’ll return. Ian will be turn up again and get killed and it will be revealed that the CIA etc forced JJ to go along with a plan to fake Emily’s death to get Ian to not bother them (and to not suspect that she’s hunting him while he looks for his son)

      • Charlie

        Okay I can see the stuff you mean about Hotch. And the Emily thing. Don’t know about the rest.
        I won’t be surprised if they did split up the team a little. I always thought it weird that there was apparently only one team. And then there wasn’t when they wanted to do the spin off. I think they could kill the spin off but keep the idea of multiple teams and have our team sometimes together and sometimes only one or two going on a case with other agents. LIke how they did a few cases early on with Elle doing the interview along, Hotch and Reid on that other interview and so on. Mix it up a bit. Just keep the focus a bit heavier on the people and not the cases. That’s the stuff I really like. the character stuff.

      • Allie

        How do you know this?!

  • FR

    Oh come on, that Community scoop was awful.

  • Will

    Sandra, wasn’t it just three weeks ago you announced you were doing this twice a week from now on? Wow, LAME-O!

  • Carol

    Can you tell me if “Haven” will be back again ? Thanks

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