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Spoilers Anonymous

by Isabelle Carreau, posted May 8th 2009 11:33AM

This is Spoilers Anonymous, a weekly column here at TV Squad where we supply you with the dirt on some of the more popular shows on the air. We'll never put spoilers up here on the main page in order to help the reformed stay unspoiled. If you have anything to add to the group, feel free to step up and let yourself be heard, either with our tips form or by emailing us at tvsquad at gmail dot com, or call and leave a message at (775) 640-8479. Your anonymity is guaranteed, if you wish to remain as such.

This week we have: 24, Bones, Fringe, Gossip Girl, Heroes, Lost, NCIS, Prison Break and Psych. (SPOILERS FOLLOW!)

24
  • In this Monday's episode, Jack Bauer will go all Jack Bauer on Tony in a brutal and extremely violent scene. Kim will play a major part in the season finale. It looks like she will return next season as the show is now casting for a 6-year-old actress to play Kim's 4-year-old daughter. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
  • Kim's daughter is named Teri and is set to appear in two episodes next season. [Source: Spoiler TV]
Bones
  • We've been told all year long that the sex scene between Booth and Bones would not be an hallucination or a dream sequence. However, the word "twist" was used a lot in the same reports. Korbi from Zap2It thinks that it may be an alternate reality episode since series creator Hart Hanson told her back in May 2008 that he was hoping to do an alternate reality episode where would be seeing fan favorites return and also get a glimpse of Booth and Brennan leading a more couple-y life together. Could this year's finale be that alternate reality episode Hanson has been dreaming about? Booth is having major surgery during which he could actually end up having dreams of the alternate reality while under anesthesia. Do you think Korbi is right? [Source: KorbiTV]
Fringe
  • Pay close attention to the name appearing on a very special gravestone in the May 12 finale as it is said to be a huge plot twist. Anna Torv even said that "the grave is the key." [Source: The Ausiello Files]
Gossip Girl
  • Monday's episode, featuring flashbacks set in the 80s (aka the spin-off), will show how Lily went from good to bad girl. We will see/learn that she got kicked out of boarding school, moved to the Valley, and got involved in bar fights. Lily and Rufus' long-lost love child Scott will definitely make an appearance in the finale as actor Chris Riggi was just hired to play the part. As expected, the return of Scott is going to be a major grenade in the "Lufus" relationship. [Source: Watch with Kristin]
  • One relationship will not survive prom night. My bet is Nate and Blair since Ausiello once told us that the final two episodes of the season would make Chuck and Blair fans really happy. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
Heroes
  • Casting for next season is already underway. The show is currently looking for a hearing impaired actress in her 20s to play a love interest for one of the main heroes. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
Lost
  • Tired of the time traveling? Damon Lindelof said that the time traveling craziness is coming to an end and when it does, something very surprising and game-changing will happen. The season finale will explain how Hurley got on the plane with the guitar. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
  • Due to Cynthia Watros' busy schedule, don't expect the promised-long-ago Libby backstory anytime soon. In other words, it's more than likely this will be part of the unanswered questions when the series ends next season. [Source: Watch with Kristin]
NCIS
  • In the finale, Tony will have a rather unpleasant run-in with Ziva's father. To reassure all Tony fans, Michael Weatherly is not leaving the show. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
Prison Break
  • A mystery guest that fans once hated but ended up loving and who has been pretty dead for a while, at least that's what we thought, will return for a very important appearance in the finale. This person's presence will be so important that everyone's lives depend on it. Kristin ain't saying whom this person is. But rumors on the world wide web say that Kellerman is set to return for the finale. If the rumor is true, Kellerman could indeed be the mystery guest because his name is not listed in the series finale press release. Don't think it could be Kellerman? I'll just remind you that in September 2007, exec producer Matt Olmstead said that we didn't know if Kellerman was truly dead and that there was a reason why the final gunshot scene was in a wide shot format. Other tidbits happening in the finale: someone is shot in the chest, someone has a new girlfriend, a man and a woman die, two women are held hostage, someone ends up a vegetable, someone is sent to Fox River, someone ends up in the electric chair, two nemeses have very similar fates. About the latter, could it be that Gretchen is indeed sent to prison as early spoilers for the two-hour special after the finale said and that Sara also ends up behind bars as new spoilers say? [Source: Watch with Kristin]
Psych
  • In episode 5, titled "Shawn Takes a Shot in the Dark," Shawn gets shot and dumped in the trunk of a car. [Source: Spoiler TV]

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ricky19

OMFFG thats a total prison break overload, im so excited for this finale now, and its deff kellerman, and is it a 2hour finale? and then the 2hours that might not be aired or is it just a 1 hour?

May 08 2009 at 5:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Isabelle Carreau

It's a two-hour finale... well, more two episodes aired back-to-back.

The show shot two extra hours but it's unknown yet if the network will air those. However, they will be released on a DVD.

May 08 2009 at 5:47 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
bruce

The Bones/Booth "sex spoiler" is merely that the sex will just be sexual intercourse for the purpose of making a baby, because Bones wants to have a child, she wants Booth to be the father, and Booth doesn't want to just jerk off in a cup in the bathroom of a fertility lab and have nothing more to do with the child's life. He wants to do it the old fashioned way.

So Booth and Bones will end up having "Christian sex"... i.e. passionless sex done solely for the purpose of reproduction and nothing else. Bones and Booth won't be having a passionate relationship, they won't start having intercourse in the heat of the moment. Bones will plan it out in an emotionless, sterile fashion and Booth will give her his semen the old fashioned way, so she can get pregnant and have a baby.

You'll see in tonight's episode. I won't say anything more as I don't want to spoil tonight's episode w/ Stewie. But you can read the official episode summary and it says Bones wants a baby, and wants Booth to be the sperm donor.

May 08 2009 at 4:42 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
bruce

I'll bet the gravestone in Fringe will say "Peter Bishop" on it. Peter died as a child, and Walter cloned him - the clone is the Peter we now know.

Something obviously went wrong in the cloning process which caused the cloned Peter to begin every sentence with the words "let me guess..." Maybe they'll explain what caused this odd mutation in the speech center of clone-Peter's brain.

May 08 2009 at 4:34 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Isabelle Carreau

If Peter's name is indeed written on the gravestone, it'll definitely be a OMG!WTF? and would set stage for quite an interesting arc next season as to whom the Peter we know really is. If it turns out to be true, your theory about cloning could be also true considering that Walter can do pretty amazing things with science and we surely haven't seen half of it!

May 08 2009 at 5:46 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
sid

more likely it's peter from an alternate dimension

May 08 2009 at 10:07 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Jake

"The season finale will explain how Hurley got on the plane with the guitard."

Might want to fix the spelling.

May 08 2009 at 2:32 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Molly D.

The medicine on 'Bones' last night was so incredibly wrong. Where are the medical consultants, SERIOUSLY? A Grade 1 cerebellar pilocytic astrocytoma would not need emergency surgery. The approach, suboccipitally, would be 2 hours by itself (likely 12-14 hr surgery, not 2 hr total as stated in the show), and there's no way in hell that they would have allowed Brennan to walk in for prep. The peripheral IV was even wrong! It was an incredibly frustrating end to an otherwise ok episode.

I really hope they don't bungle the season finale.

May 08 2009 at 1:24 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Gordon Werner

don't they keep you awake during brain surgery to make sure the wrong things don't get poked?

May 08 2009 at 9:22 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Cody

Heroes: it'll be Shoshannah Stern.

May 08 2009 at 1:20 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Franklin

Ooh, good choice!

If they cast her, then I will be forced to watch next season. (I had decided to stop watching after the finale.) I liked her on Jericho.

May 08 2009 at 3:13 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
snife

So for the Bones spoiler - they have stated that it won't happen in a dream and the "spoiler" is that the theory is it will happen in a dream ?

May 08 2009 at 12:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Isabelle Carreau

I think the "not in a dream" can be twisted a bit here. Maybe they meant not in a "normal" dream. Booth here would be under anesthesia... it's a dream but not a normal one. Anyway, maybe stretching it too far here.

Maybe it'll be a complete alternate universe thing? Or maybe Brennan and Booth will think of what their life could be if they hooked up? So it's not a dream, it's just them trying to figure out how things could be like and we see that on screen?

Can't wait for next week to have the answer.

May 08 2009 at 12:18 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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