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Spoilers Anonymous: 'Castle,' 'Glee,' 'How I Met Your Mother' and More!

by Isabelle Carreau, posted Jul 30th 2010 1:30PM
Spoilers Anonymous logo 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 e-mailing us at tvsquad@gmail.com. Your anonymity is guaranteed, if you wish to remain as such.

This week we have spoilers for: '90210,' 'Bones,' 'Castle,' 'CSI: New York,' 'Desperate Housewives,' 'Dexter,' 'Fringe,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'House,' 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'Parenthood,' 'Private Practice,' 'Supernatural,' 'The Big Bang Theory,' and 'The Mentalist.'



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'90210'

- A yearbook video shoot will reveal the innermost dreams of many a character, as well as set the stage for one of the gang to experiment with a prescription drug. [Source: Fancast's The Big Tease]

- An earthquake rocks Beverly Hills in the Sept. 13 premiere. The tremors will prove particularly life-altering for one teen since the person will end up with a very serious injury that takes time to resolve and sort of changes the direction of his or her life. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]


'Bones'

- Booth's new journalist-girlfriend turns up stateside to surprise Booth in episode 2, but not before Bones gives Booth a little extra grief about his decision to leave his new love behind in Afghanistan. [Source: TV Guide]


'Castle'

- If you want to be totally spoiled on an upcoming case of the week, scroll down to the bottom of this post and watch the teaser video (aka the opening scene of the episode).

- In the second episode of Castle's upcoming third season, an extended member of the Castle family will die. It's one of these three people: Chet, the never-seen boyfriend of Castle's mother, Martha; Meredith, Castle's first ex-wife and Alexis' mother, who has been living in Los Angeles; or Gina, Castle's second ex-wife with whom he reconnected in the season finale. This may or may not be a clue to the victim's identity: The season 3 premiere opens with Kate Beckett and her team arresting Castle after discovering him hovering over a dead body. Lanie has become romantically involved with Esposito. She will also be forming a closer after-hours relationship with Beckett. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]

- The show is looking for an 18-year-old actor to play Ashley, the new boyfriend of Alexis. [Source: The Ausiello Files]


'CSI: New York'

- The new season picks up right after the finale's events, and somebody will be carried away in a body bag. Then, the story jumps ahead five months, to Lindsay receiving a medal for her bravery. But it's not an award she's thrilled to get, as you'll learn when you listen in on Lindsay's sessions with a therapist. [Source: TV Guide]

- Melina Kanakaredes may not be returning to wrap up her story line, but producers still plan to give her character, Stella, a dignified send-off. They chose not to go the route of killing her off or having her go missing. Viewers will learn during the show's Sept. 24 premiere that Stella relocated to New Orleans. She left to run a lab there and she picked that city because it's the city of Katrina, the city of BP oil, the city where people are looking for someone to lend a hand. She'll essentially be Mac in New Orleans. [Source: The Ausiello Files]


'Desperate Housewives'

- The season will pick up pretty much right where last year left off, with Paul having just returned to the neighborhood. He's got a grudge against the neighborhood, he's got a plan, he's got a wife. She's a woman who started corresponding with a convicted murderer in prison. They got married while he was still in, then she was surprised to find out he was released.

Last season's end also saw Susan move off Wisteria Lane, and she'll be trying to figure out a way to move back. She'll get involved in a sort of shady Internet venture that's run by Lainie Kazan. Susan will also be Paul's landlord. That's going to be kind of an awkward relationship for everyone.

Vanessa Williams character, Renee Perry, will move to Wisteria Lane after hitting a rough patch with her husband. Renee had gone off to New York and married a very wealthy pro athlete, a baseball player. She's always been a little more wealthy than Lynette, had more of a jet-set, no-kids kind of lifestyle. ... We'll continue to play that friend/bitter rival relationship with them.

Brian Austin Green has joined the cast as a contractor whom the newly single Bree hires -- and who soon becomes a person of interest on the lane. Bree and Renee will go after him at the same time; there's a little competition going on there. But what the show is really playing out is what it's like for Bree to be dating again after so long, and to be dating a younger, blue-collar guy. [Source: Zap2It]


'Dexter'

- 'RoboCop's' Peter Weller will appear in eight episodes as an ex-cop, cocaine-era cowboy kind of guy who gets into some trouble with corruption and ends up posing a problem for Dexter. [Source: The Ausiello Files]

- Quinn is kinda sorta catching on to Dexter's secret, but not in the same way Doakes did back in season 2. Katherine Moennig appears later in the season as tattoo artist who gets a visit by Miami Metro's finest, Deb and Masuka, involving a tattoo-related crime spree. [Source: Watch with Kristin]


'Fringe'

- Initially, we'll see more of "over there." The other side is a world where John Lennon still exists and Martin Luther King is still alive, and that it's actually a harder place to live. [Source: TV Guide]


'Glee'

- Cheyenne Jackson is joining the cast in a major recurring role. Jackson will succeed Idina Menzel as the coach of Vocal Adrenaline. [Source: The Ausiello Files]

- 'Glee' is parting ways with actor Patrick Gallagher, who is not expected to reprise his role as football coach Ken Tanaka in the smash series' sophomore season. Actress Dot Jones will be William McKinley High's new football coach, Shannon Beiste. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]

- The season premiere will catch up with our favorite Gleeks after their summer vacation exploits. Unfortunately, their very-public humiliation at the hands of Vocal Adrenaline and Oral Intensity will have them sadly seen as bigger losers than they were last season. There will be a 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' tribute episode during season 2. Tina will fall out of love with Artie and fall for dance-master Mike Chang instead. The show will feature another long-awaited Amber Riley solo when Mercedes takes Kurt to her church. It will feature covers of 'Papa, Can You Hear Me?' and 'Losing My Religion.' [Source: TVSquad]

- Actor and musician Chord Overstreet has landed the recurring role of Sam, a McKinley High jock who starts off as Finn's protégé but slowly becomes his competition. [Source: TV Guide]


'Grey's Anatomy'

- The season premiere picks up pretty soon after the dramatic events of last season's finale. The characters are dealing with what has just happened, putting the pieces back together again. There were a lot of "Come to Jesus" moments that each character had in some way, and now we'll look at what those declarations made in the moment will mean for the future – whether people live up to them, or don't. [Source: Fancast]

- Caterina Scorsone, who's playing Amelia Shepherd on 'Private Practice,' will appear in the third episode of 'Grey's Anatomy.' Dr. Amelia Shepherd goes to Seattle to reconcile with her brother, Derek. The two have not been on speaking terms since Amelia turned to drugs while grieving the death of her father, who was shot and killed in front of her and Derek. Amelia will be reluctant to head to Seattle to see her brother, though she'll get a supportive push from Addison to reconcile. [Source: TV Guide]


'House'

- Jennifer Grey will find herself in a no-win situation when she guest-stars on the show this fall. Grey will play Abbey, the mother of an infant daughter who is displaying signs of a life-threatening illness. As House and Co. investigate her daughter's developing symptoms, Abbey is faced with a treatment decision for her newborn that could affect not only her baby's life but her own. Her episode is scheduled to air in mid-October. [Source: The Ausiello Files]


'How I Met Your Mother'

- Season 6 will be more emotionally invested in the characters' lives and tweak he larger mystery of the series in a way that was never done before. The Mother's roommate, played by Rachel Bilson, will return in the season. The premiere will also offer some glimpses into the future that will actually alter the way they tell the story. The episode will also sort of ends the gimmick of viewers thinking every new girl Ted meets may be the mother.

Robin Sparkles will return and take Robin back to her tween days, when she starred in an outer-space themed kids' show in which she had a partner in crime named Glitter. Marshall and Lily's desire to make a baby kicks off in the season premiere. The couple's baby drama inspires Barney to go on his own journey, to try to meet his real father. And we're not talking Bob Barker.

In a season-long arc, Ted will be called back to Goliath National Bank to design its new headquarters, which means he'll be working with Barney and Marshall. To put up the new building, he'll have to destroy an old New York landmark. It will be a moral dilemma for him, which puts him in direct conflict with a woman whose cause is to protect and preserve the building. [Source: TV Guide]


'Parenthood'

- Billy Baldwin is joining the cast as Adam's boss, Gordon, and a love interest for Sarah. We will not only meet Adam's boss but also some new co-workers, which includes his sister Sarah. Amber will be getting a new, upper-crust BFF, which brings out Sarah's jealous side. Julia and Joel will consider having a second child. Steve won't be back with Amber when the show returns. Haddie, meanwhile, will get a new love interest from the other side of the tracks. The heads of the Braverman clan will be working on saving their marriage, which starts comedically in marriage counseling. [Source: The Ausiello Files]


'Private Practice'

- Currie Graham and French Stewart will play brother patients in the season premiere. Graham will play Russell, one of Charlotte and Sam's patients who needs a kidney transplant. Stewart will play his estranged brother, Kevin, who is willing to give up a kidney. However, once the docs meet Kevin, they realize he may not be fit to be a donor because of his mental state. Caterina Scorsone, who plays Amelia Shepherd, is now a series regular. Read our 'Grey's Anatomy' spoilers above for information on Amelia's trip to Seattle Grace to reconcile with her brother Derek. [Source: TV Guide]

- Justine Bateman will guest star in the second episode as the single mother of a child diagnosed with autism. Her character has managed her son's condition fine thus far, but new developments prompt her to seek out Oceanside's expertise. [Source: Fancast]

- Violet and Pete will get married in the season premiere. The show picks up several weeks after Dell's death and finds the newly reconciled lovers joining for a beautiful but last-minute wedding in a rose garden. Violet's jitters create a 'Runaway Bride' moment that's only encouraged by Cooper, the Maid of Honor. Cooper has put some doubts in her mind about this wedding because of his own insecurities about his wedding, and that's what gets worked out in the moments right after she runs out. [Source: TV Guide]


'Supernatural'

- The show is adding a new angel who's gone a bit rogue. The possibly recurring character is described as an attractive charmer who appears slightly manic on the surface but carries a great sadness. [Source: TV Guide]

- When season 6 opens, Dean -- sans amulet -- has been living with Lisa Braeden and her son, Ben, for a year, believing that Sam is dead. Lisa will be recurring in the first half of the season. [Source: Zap2It]


'The Big Bang Theory'

- Wolowitz's girlfriend, Bernadette, will be back, Sheldon will have a "very unique" relationship with Mayim Bialik's returning physicist. [Source: The Ausiello Files]


'The Mentalist'

- 'Friday Night Lights' alum Kevin Rankin has been tapped for the potentially recurring role of Patrick Jane's brother-in-law, Danny Ruskin. As we first reported, Rankin's character is a charismatic con man who uses his charm and bravado to mask his anxieties. He's a hustler, a con artist, a ladies' man - a cunning ne'er-do-well. Through his sister, he has an emotional hook in Jane that he's not afraid to tug at when it serves his nefarious purposes. Ruskin also blames Jane for his sister's death. But he will have to rely on Jane to help him when he is suspected of murder. Rankin will appear in the second episode of the season. [Source: TV Guide]

- The show is currently casting a potential love interest for Van Pelt. The character, named Craig O'Laughlin, is in his late 20s to early 30s, a football player-turned-FBI agent. The role is recurring. [Source: The Ausiello Files]



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Tricia

I. Cannot. Wait. For. Robin Sparkles. And. GLITTER.

July 30 2010 at 2:57 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Gordon Werner

what happened in the season finale of CSI:NY? I cannot remember

July 30 2010 at 1:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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lwh

The escaped convict Shane Casey tried to kill Danny in a lighthouse where Danny, Lindsay and their baby were on vacation. Mac killed Shane. (that is all I remember)

July 31 2010 at 6:48 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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