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Ausiello: Amelia’s past substance-abuse issues — specifically the massive relapse she suffered while starring on a little show called
— will become a majorly hot topic around Grey Sloan Memorial in the Nov. 13 episode.
Ausiello: Would you settle for something on Ray-Felicity-Oliver instead? (You’re gonna have to, ’cause it’s all I gots!) Felicity will announce her new gig working for Ray at the start of Wednesday’s episode, triggering this passive-aggressive reaction from Ollie: “He pauses for a second then keeps going and changes the subject,” Stephen Amell previews. But it sure
like things are a little tense in this sneak peek, eh? “[We\'re] certainly going to learn how Oliver feels about it,” Amell confirms. “It comes to a head towards the latter part of our fall run.” Meanwhile, if you were wondering, like us, whether there would be any residual awkwardness between Felicity and Oliver, given what transpired in the season premiere, Amell notes, “I’ve always strived [to make] sure [
] relationships are adult relationships. You can kiss someone and you can profess something to them, but that doesn’t mean you avoid eye contact with them. There is a bigger goal and a much bigger circumstance at play. So, [while] I’m sure things are awkward, they’ve got work to do.”
‘s Felicity Helps Barry Ice Out Captain Cold
Ausiello: Sunday’s reveal that Rumple is after the Sorcerer’s hat and all the magic it contains certainly doesn’t bode well for the couple’s future. “He definitely loves her and wants to be with her, but the hat existed long before she came along and will probably exist long after she’s gone,” muses Robert Carlyle. “This quest is so massive for him. This addiction is huge. [It] drives Rumplestiltskin more than love.”
Ausiello: Now that the bromance between Dean and Crowley appears to be over, the King of Hell is going through an identity crisis of sorts. “The journey’s a little different than last year,” Mark Sheppard explains. “Last year, the human element was the problem. I still think there’s a residual issue there. [Now] Crowley’s re-evaluating his position as King of Hell and his friendship with Dean. But I know there’s a lot of affection there between the two of them, whether Dean agrees to it or not.”
Question: I’d love some info on Felicia Day’s
Ausiello: Day’s Season 10 comeback — which the actress is currently shooting — will present “a Charlie we haven’t seen before,” executive producer Robert Singer teases. Adds Day: “She comes back from Oz, and her experiences there have changed her.”
spoilers about Tony’s love life? Will any sparks fly between him and his old partner from Philly or the FBI agent he’s partnered with for a case? – Connie
Ausiello: As you’ve seen since sending this in, Tony and G-woman Leia “Hates Star Wars” Pendergast seem mutually keen on each other. And sparks will also fly between DiNozzo’s old Philly PD partner (to be played by 24’s Marisol Nichols) and… McGee? As Sean Murray shared, “She’s slightly insulting to McGee when he first meets her, so he’s not sure how he feels about this woman.”
-related, particularly about Joan and Sherlock as friends and partners. What can we expect from Season 3? –Amanda
Ausiello: Although the former partners’ relationship is now strained, Joan is still looking out for Sherlock and what’s best for him — especially since she’s not around to rein him in anymore. “Bell and Joan will get to talking about Kitty and Sherlock’s ability to be a true mentor,” executive producer Rob Doherty previews. “And they’re both right to have some concerns. Bell points out that Joan always provided a balance or a counterbalance to Sherlock. And based on what they’ve seen from Kitty in the first couple of episodes, the dynamic, the polarity, seems to have switched. If
? Is this ultimately a combustible relationship? So, Joan feels a certain obligation to try to get a better sense of how those two are working together.”
Season 3 Mini-Trailer Pits Joan vs. Sherlock’s New Protégé
Ausiello: Now that Joe is helping Barry in his quest to clear his dad’s name, “Things start to be revealed pretty quickly after Episode 3,” Grant Gustin says. “Joe is spending a lot of time looking into things that Barry wouldn’t necessarily think to look into.” Meanwhile, Barry will remain in the dark about his
father figure, Dr. Harrison Wells, and his secret agenda. “Barry has moments where he doesn’t necessarily trust him, but there’s no real, like, questioning his character too much from,” says the actor. “He’s finding flaws in him, so he’s kind of fallen off the pedestal a little bit. But there’s no real like, ‘What’s this guy up to?\'”
scoop! I’m dying over here with the promo of Mary being pregnant! I’m a big fan of spoilers, and one I found hinted at a possible rape storyline and the potential that that’s where her pregnancy comes from. Can you confirm or deny? — Julia
tell you that the p-word will continue to weigh heavily on both Mary and Francis in the weeks to come. “Becoming pregnant and having a child is still one of Mary’s top priorities in Season 2,” executive producer Laurie McCarthy says. “At that time, one of the most important responsibilities for any queen was to produce an heir.” As for how that heir is produced, I suppose anything is possible.
Ausiello: You want it, you got it, Charlotte. Episode 10 will introduce Conde’s brother, Antoine, whose lust for power — specifically power over France — might just outweigh his loyalty to Francis. In addition to being “charming” and “sexy,” he’s also described as a “bad influence,” so it’s safe to assume he’ll gain a few allies in his quest for the crown.
Ausiello: Look for Jake and Amy’s mutual (and suppressed) attraction to come out in the open at the worst possible time: during a couples’ weekend getaway with their respective romantic partners, Sophia (special guest star Eva Longoria) and Teddy (returning guest star Kyle Bornheimer).
Ausiello: You’re not crazy, Sarah, but I hope you’re patient. “Right now, Karma’s all about Liam,” Rita Volk (aka Amy) concedes. “Maybe one day, she’ll wake up and say, ‘I want to experiment’ or ‘I do have feelings for Amy.’ But right now, that’s just wishful thinking; if it happened anytime soon, it would just be catering to what people want, and it wouldn’t feel organic.” Adds co-star Michael Willett, “Whether or not they’re lesbians, they’re a symbol of what girls really hold closest to them: their friendships.”
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habit if things don’t improve quickly — unless you give me a reason to keep watching. I trust you, Aus! —Nick
Ausiello: I suggest sticking around through at least through Episode 7 (airing Nov. 11). Word on the street says it’s all kinds of fantastic — and there’s a massive twist ending, to boot.
. Does the show plan on making him a romantic interest for Jenny or Abbie? —Melissa
Ausiello: Hey, we asked Lyndie Greenwood the same thing, and while she maintains she’s “in the dark” about which Mills sister Hawley ultimately will pursue, she’s not worried, either way. “Abbie and Jenny have fought so hard for [their] relationship,” she says. “They have had way bigger problems than some dude coming into their life and upsetting things.” Still, expect at least a little sisterly static. “Of course, it’s an issue,” Greenwood previews.
Question: Do you have any scoop on what’s to come in Season 4 of
Ausiello: Remember that spell Adalind performed to de-Grimm Nick? It’s going to have long-reaching — and potentially game-changing — ramifications in the first half of the season.
Question: When are we going to meet Mindy’s parents on
Ausiello: “I think we’re going to toward the end of the season,” creator/star Mindy Kaling says, adding that the casting isn’t going to be easy. “The kind of parents that created this person is, for whatever reason, for me much more challenging to picture than the ones who created Danny… We’ve been putting it off for a while, but we will see them.”
Ausiello: Sorry, but Dr. L is definitely out (of moves), despite how much all of us would like to see Chris Messina in action once more. “The reaction to it was so positive,” Kaling tells TVLine. However, “Like anything else, we don’t want to just take that toy and break it. So I think we’re not going to see that for quite a long, long time.”
Question: I’m still in shock after the ending of
this past Friday. Are we going to see how the choice Danny made affects him? Are we going to revisit this? I need answers please! — Barb
boss) Peter M. Lenkov tackle this one. “Barb, funny you should ask, I’m right now writing the episode where Danny has to face the consequences of those actions. Of course, there will be a build up to that story… Danny will have to break the news to his family, then deal with the emotional trauma. There is a beautiful scene in Episode 506 where Danny confides in McGarrett, blaming himself for his brother’s murder. And later in the season, an episode devoted entirely to the aftermath of the incident in Colombia.” Check’s in the mail, Lenkov!
Question: I heard a rumor that based on clues in the first two episodes of
that Season 5 may have an abduction/alien/outer space theme. The only clues I’ve been able to find to support that so far are the setting of
— Jupiter, FL — and the fact that Elsa sang “Life on Mars.” —ABZ
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Additional reporting by Vlada Gelman, Andy Swift, Kim Roots and Scott Huver
If the person is asking for Laurel and Oliver scoop I’m 99.9% certain the last thing they want is Olicity/Ray scoop lpl
I had to laugh at that, too. At least go for some Laurel scoop instead!
poor person never got their answer lol but to be fair the last few AA Arrow spoilers where Laurelcentric. Plus I’m glad that he answered the whole why the Olicity thing wasn’t obviously awkward. And I much rather have it this way.
thankful for a spoiler on ncis. but i need something on madam secretary, please!! :(
I find it pretty amusing how often people use the word ‘dying’ in their request to get some scoop on their shows. Seriously? Go back and reread some of those questions and you can see how desperate some people are to get noticed.
So far, I’m not excited about the direction S3 of Elementary is taking. Sherlock and Watson’s relationship is the whole point of the show.
Will miss Danny’s dancing on ‘The Mindy Project’! I watched his striptease a couple of times.
Good to know that H50 is going to follow-through on the Danny brother storyline. After such a powerful episode, it would be a waste to return to light comedic bantering between Danny and McGarrett.
I love olicity, they’re my favorite couple, thank you for olicity spoilers, I can’t wait for oliver/felicity/ray interaction, I think it will be hilarious, but that poor girl ask for laurel/oliver, not many people still love them, give them a break, at least give her laurel scoop
Rumple is just pure selfish and doesnt really give a damn. I mean its obvious by his actions – that power and lying to Belle is above love for him. One betrayal after another. Doesnt Belle deserve better?
Michael, I don’t think I tell you that often how much I adore you. I love that Arrow scoop. If that’s all you have, you have all that I need. If you added something on Diggle too, I would’ve proposed marriage by now. xo
Will Flash tell more about Dr. Harrison Wells background? I got a feeling that Dr. Wells will become the villain that everyone will love to hated.
Arrow- question bored me but I’m glad I kept reading. Anything OG Team Arrow and I’m in, especially if it’s in regards to the fun or heartbreaking interactions between Felicity and Oliver.
Am I the only one tired of Adalind on Grimm? Hell, I was tired of her in season 1…..and here we sit in season 4.
Olicity spoiler is the last thing that average Arrow fan wants to see. We’ve been overrun by them for the last couple of months.
I don’t know how I feel about what Elementary is doing yet. I love what they did with Holmes/Watson prior to this and I’d be sad if they messed with that dynamic and ruined it. Side-eying this hard, CBS. Can’t wait to see Brooklyn 9-9! Love Jake and Amy, so seeing some of that attraction come out more will be a lot of fun, which leads to Arrow’s Oliver and Felicity! OMGosh I adore them and I am so happy to hear Stephen Amell say they’re approaching this as an adult relationship and keeping things terse but still functional between Oliver and Felicity. I’m cheering Oliver and Felicity on all the way to get back together this season.
*Rolls eyes* Seriously, that Rumbelle “spoiler” is NOT new we’ve heard that SAME answer over and over again in every Rumbelle question we’ve seen so far! Even when we’re asking about BELLE alone we still get that same answer. New info that’s not depressing would be nice please!
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