Spoilers Anonymous: 'Bones,' 'Castle,' 'Glee' and much more!
by Isabelle Carreau, posted Apr 25th 2010 5:22PM
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This week we have spoilers for: 'Bones,' 'Brothers & Sisters,' 'Castle,' 'Chuck,' 'Desperate Housewives,' 'Eureka,' 'Fringe,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'NCIS,' 'Private Practice,' 'Psych,' 'Smallville,' 'Supernatural,' and 'The Big Bang Theory.'
Michael Ausiello released a series of May Sweeps stats without saying which shows were concerned. Can you figure it out?
- 2 weddings
- 2 momentous kisses
- 3 couples having sex for the first time
- 3 breakups
- 1 shocking pregnancy
- 2 not-so-shocking pregnancies
- 4 babies born, one happening in June
- 18 confirmed fatalities (This number surely includes the deaths mentioned in spoilers below for 'Fringe' and 'Private Practice')
- 7 possible fatalities (One could be Rob Lowe's 'Brothers & Sisters' character)
- 2 resurrections and/or shocking returns (One will more than likely happen on 'Chuck,' see below)
- 1 deep, dark family secret exposed
- 3 firings and/or resignations
- 2 folks who'll fall off the wagon
- 1 engagement (He's more than likely referring to the 'Private Practice' here, see below)
- The Gravedigger will finally be put on trial in an episode airing next month. Expect Brennan's experience of being buried alive will come back as the show is not finished with that aspect of Brennan's experience with the Gravedigger. [Source: Korbi TV]
- Angela and Hodgins will run into a little trouble with the law and time in jail will bring the couple much closer together. [Source: TV Guide's Mega Buzz]
- Angela's father, played by Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top, will come back in a really great episode. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
'Brothers & Sisters'
- There will be a monumental shocker in the season finale that will leave multiple major characters hanging in the balance. It's said to be an event that will leave you breathless and that no one will see coming. Also, Saul, Rebecca and Justin will all have some news that could mean we'll see less of them on the show next season. Insiders confirm that we might not see every actor in every episode of the series next season because of budgetary and contract reasons. Rob Lowe has asked for his character to die. [Source: What with Kristin]
- Monet Mazur will reprise her role of Castle's ex-wife and book editor, Gina, in the season finale set to air on May 17. Gina will come back in Castle's life because he has fallen behind on his latest book and she hopes to get him back on track in more ways than one. The old flame between the two will be rekindled, creating some interesting reactions from Beckett. Her return is also said to be a potential eye opener for both Beckett and Castle. Will love be in the air? [Source: TV Guide]
- In Monday's episode, Chuck and Sarah go undercover as newlyweds and they'll experience what it means to be in a spybound relationship. Meanwhile, Casey and Morgan hit the streets in search of justice! Ellie and Awesome will ship out to Africa and Chuck will be too busy to be there when they live. [Source: What with Kristin]
- So to be believable while undercover, Chuck and Sarah will end up exchanging some real vows. [Source: TV Guide's Mega Buzz]
- Someone from Chuck's past will return in the finale to do him great harm. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Katherine will not return this season. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- A former series regular has just signed a contract to reprise his or her role next season and will even appear in this season's finale. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]
- Wil Wheaton will guest star in the July 23 episode of the series as Dr. Isaac Parrish, a brilliant scientist in charge of the Non-Lethal Weapons Lab at Global Dynamics. Parrish's dry wit and superior attitude will make him a thorn in Fargo's side. [Source: TV Guide Magazine]
- In the two-part season finale, Olivia and Walter will make their way "over there." Walter will finally come face to face with his former partner, Dr. William Bell. Traveling to "over there" will have its consequences, one of which will be a dramatic death. [Source: TV Guide's Mega Buzz]
- Peter's mother will appear in the two-part finale. Also in these two special episodes will be 'Dirty Sexy Money's' Seth Gabel as the lead Fringe investigator in the alternate universe. Gabel could return on a recurring basis next season. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Josh Groban and Olivia Newton-John will be two of the Regionals judges. In the episode, the two celebrity judges will only like choirs that sing their songs. Surprise, surprise, Sue, who is sort of a celebrity now and who doesn't know much about music, will also be a judge! The show is in talks to have another Madonna-themed episode. This one would feature six of her songs and would air early next season. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Derek will have to respond to a wrongful death suit against him. Seattle Grace will enroll in sensitivity training after making light of a 700-pound patient they must work on. [Source: What with Kristin]
- The 700-pound patient will be featured in the May 6 episode and more doctors than usual will be required to save his life. The doctors taking care of him will be Bailey, Webber, Karev, Sloan, Hunt, Kepner, Adamson and Percy. In the May 13 episodes, Demi Lovato will play a frightened patient named Hayley, who might suffer from schizophrenia. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]
- Someone else than Teddy will complicate things between Cristina and Owen. Sloan will be hooking up with yet another Seattle Grace lady and it's not Teddy or Lexie. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Abby and McGee will go on their own adventure à la Tony and Ziva in Paris later this season. However, their location will not be as romantic as Paris: they are going to Mexico! [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- A marriage proposal will take place in the season 3 finale set to air on May 13. According to show creator Shonda Rhimes, the engagement will stick and the couple will get married next season. [Source: TV Guide]
- A fan favorite will get killed in the season finale. About Addison, Shonda Rhimes says "You've watched [Addison] get really beat up all season, [so] I wanted to sort of see her have a chance at really being happy...to finally sort of get the guy and find some peace." Could Addison be the lucky lady getting engaged? [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Season five scoop! Juliet will still be coping with the aftermath of being held captive by the sinister Yin and dangled from a clock tower. Juliet will also turn into a brunette to show her new serious demeanor. Not to worry, there'll be plenty of fun stuff too! An upcoming episode will feature Gus and Lassiter learning to tap dance. There will also be 'Fast and the Furious' and 'Twin Peaks' themed episodes. [Source: TV Guide Magazine]
- Also coming up next season, a Hong Kong, Jackie Chan, kung fu episode as well as 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels' and UFO episodes. The series will go back to the Yin Yang killer at the end. There may also be a musical this season. [Source: Korbi TV]
- Chloe and Oliver will be forced to the next step in their relationship in the season finale. [Source: TV Guide's Mega Buzz]
- Martha Kent returns home and, much to Clark's surprise, mom's got a new boyfriend - Perry White! Hawkman, Cyborg, and Stargirl will pop up in the finale. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
- Clark will find redemption and finally step into a leadership position in the Season 9 finale. [Source: TV Guide]
- The series is leading up to the Death Match between Lucifer and Michael, which would cause the destruction of half the planet. The brothers will try to throw a wrench in the works but their odds aren't great against the most powerful beings they've ever been up against. Sam comes up with an incredibly risky plan to defeat Lucifer that involves spending some very creepy, violent one-on-one time with Lucifer. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
'The Big Bang Theory'
- In the May 17 flashback episode, we'll find out that the roommate contract Sheldon made Leonard sign back in 2002 included a deal point that required them to watch a certain sci-fi show every Friday night. [Source: The Ausiello Files]
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