Any Justified scoop? — Leslie
Um, MAJOR. How big? Let me put it to you this way: the end of tonight’s episode is so super, you’ll want to come back to EW.com right after to read our post-mortem with Joelle Carter. That’s a hint, no?
Please tell me Dallas isn’t in danger of being cancelled! — Amy
I certainly hope it’s not because things are about to get REALLY good. In fact, in next week’s episode (airing 2/17) we’re going to see Ann give incredibly emotional testimony in an effort to clear up what has become a very messy situation. I’ll tell ya this, though — by the end of the hour someone IS being hauled off to jail.
Spoilers for Beauty and the Beast plzzzz! – EWOK
The grim reaper is paying a visit — VERY soon.
Big Bang Theory scoop would make my day! – Gerry
The gift exchange between Sheldon and Amy in the Valentine’s Day episode is going to warm your heart. My hint? Sheldon’s gift is definitely more tangible than you’d imagine — but there are consequences.
Sandra, I am a late-comer to the gore-tastic psychofest that is Criminal Minds. Please throw me a spoiler bone? Anything about my boyfriend Dr. Spencer Reid, preferably. (What? It could happen.) Regards — Annie
It’s will be mildly quiet on the Reid front in the next few episodes as he deals with the aftermath of his girlfriend’s death — and that’s sort of a good thing when you consider the possibly devastating alternative route we could have seen him go down. According to executive producer Erica Messer, the writers had talked about whether Reid’s loss would send him spiraling into drugs once again, but she reports, “you won’t see that in the near future.” “You won’t see that in season 8 but the idea is that he fights that,” she says. “As an addict, the easier thing to do would be to fall back into what can numb him and comfort him in that way. But instead he’s really fighting the fight to stay clean and sober.”
Is there some information about the [relationship between] Carrie and Sebastian on The Carrie Diaries? — Elizabeth
It gets a little tense in the Feb. 25 episode when Sebastian meets George for the first time at a school dance. But at least one of these men in Carrie’s life will mess up in a big way before the end of the hour, leaving you wondering if there’s any hope of a future left between them. (Note: Let’s admit it –no high school couple really ever has a future.)
Um, this week’s Arrow looks amazing. I’m ashamed of how into this show I am. I’m also ashamed of how I’d result to begging for a little scoop… — Chloe
This week’s episode IS amazing and I won’t even make you beg for scoop, I’ll just give it to you. Remember when I was told that someone else was going to learn Oliver’s secret soon? I can now tell you that you really, really don’t have to wait much longer at all to find out who this person is. (The promo is a good hint.) But before you go counting this person as part of the team, you should know that (s)he has one big condition…
Sandra, I loved the McAbby moments in last week’s NCIS. Any more coming up soon? — Sarah
None that immediately popped into Pauley Perrette’s mind when we caught up with her at the Grammy Awards this weekend. But it’s on her wishlist, as is this request: “We have never seen her house and I would love to take an episode there because I think they’d have so much fun building that set,” she says. “I think her house would look exactly like my makeup guy Tony’s house. I videotaped his house for reference if they ever need it. It is all very velvety and there’s weird old medical equipment hanging around and doll that he makes. I always love the chance to learn more about Abby.”
One word: Shameless! — Maggie
One word: BABY! We caught up with Shanola Hampton who said that even though Veronica and Kev are having a tough time in the baby-making department, it won’t last long. Rather, they’ll find a way to get a baby. “The way that they go about trying to bring a child into the world will be like nothing you have ever seen on television,” she said. I know what you’re thinking (because this is Shameless), but no, they’re not kidnapping a baby. “No, nothing deviant. We leave baby kidnapping to the Gallaghers. But the way they go about it is very unconventional and almost disgusting. I was nauseous when I read the script about it. I’m just saying that should give people a clue.”
Any 90210 scoop? Please don’t mock me for being one of ten people who watch this show… — Breanna
Of course I won’t mock you… (LQTM) Anyway, I hear that as Michael Steger’s Navid struggles to fit into his secret society, look for him to start having some doubts about the group. “There are a lot more tests, [and] there is one really serious test coming up in episode 18 that really crosses boundaries and goes overboard and leaves him questioning if this society is really the right way to go,” says Steger. “I can’t give any more than that away.”
What’s Alicia so upset about in the Good Wife promo? Did she say something to Will?
She didn’t say anything. It’s more of a “did.” And she’s not the only guilty party.
(Carrie Bell and Nuzhat Naoreen contributed to this column.)