Are we going to see a time jump in the Chuck finale? — @Nathybozo
Yes — a small one. But not where you might think…assuming you were thinking it’d happen at the very end of the last episode. (Yes, there are technically two episodes tonight.) (And I can’t argue with a two-hour finale. It’s the least they can do.) (I like speaking in parentheticals.)
Do they say JUST KIDDING at the end and we find out there’s really going to be another season? #Chuckfinale — @MariaKonerman
Sadly, no. But as much as I’ll miss the series, I don’t think it needs another season after watching the finale. You already know we’ll see returns from both old friends and foes (Linda Hamilton! Mark Pellegrino!), callbacks to season 1 (Wienerlicious!), and nostalgic moments aplenty (one last Jeffster performance). But above all, the finale gives closure. Well, in most regards. In one case, the ending is less certain, but in a strange way, you’ll know exactly what happened. Get the tissues ready, folks!
Hi Sandra. Could you get me some dish on Being Human? Taking nothing away from my beloved Ian Somerhalder–but that Sam Witwer is one sexy beast! — Kerry Dodson
We saw Aidan serving alongside Mark Pallegrino’s Bishop in the Revolutionary War during a flashback last season, but there’s another war-time flashback coming up in the Feb. 20 episode and something tells me this one will be quite telling… Also, you’ll never see me argue with seeing these two in period costume.
I can almost see the light at the end of the tunnel! Ringer‘s hiatus is nearly over. Share bit of scoop to get us through? – Amelia J
Get ready for a big reveal about Bridget-Shiv past! Creator Eric Charmelo told a group of reporters at a CW screening in LA that exactly what put Siobhan on the path of revenge and Bridget on the path to redemption will soon come to light. “There’s one singular incident that drove this gigantic wedge between the sisters, and we’re going to discover what that is,” Charmelo said.
I would LOVE some Andrew-related Ringer scoop. (Ioan Gruffudd = swooon) — Felicia
Remember appearances can be deceiving — so warns Charmelo. “Everybody has secrets and lies, and what you see at face value is hardly the person who they are at their core,” he says. “Andrew has a deep, dark past just like most of the characters of the show.”
The character of Limehouse got me sooooo excited about the rest of the season. I can’t wait to see more of him. Scoop? — Marcus J.
The beginning of next week’s episode will find him taking in a tense meeting with Boyd that brings certain things to light — and will leave us questioning more than ever Boyd’s trajectory this season.
I’m hearing the next episode of House is pretty Chase-centric. Please tell me something about this next episode. — Harriet
All I can really say is that the episode reminded me of a conversation I had with Jesse Spencer earlier this year where he promised we’d see some really great Chase storylines. And this one certainly is plenty of drama for Spencer and his costars to sink their teeth into. Particularly great? A scene at the end of the episode that shows one character in a terribly sad situation (or is it “condition”?) we’ve never seen them in before and another character having a bit of a groundbreaking moment.
Sandra, I know you like the show, so any scoop for Blue Bloods fans? — Margaret
The Feb. 3 episode totally rocked my socks from the cold open to the very end. In part, the episode follows Danny (Donnie Wahlberg) as he tries to track down a perp who put his family in the line of fire. That in itself is a captivating plotline, but the episode also fills us in on Frank’s emotional troubles. One scene in particular, where Frank is reflecting on his experience on 9/11, will leave any person with a heart completely crushed.
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