Spoilers Anonymous: 'Bones,' 'CSI,' 'The Office,' and more!
This week we have spoilers for: '90210,' 'Bones,' 'Chuck,' 'CSI,' 'Desperate Housewives,' 'Drop Dead Diva,' 'Glee,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Haven,' 'Hawaii Five-0,' 'Hot in Cleveland,' 'Law & Order: SVU,' 'NCIS,' 'NCIS: Los Angeles,' 'No Ordinary Family,' 'Smallville,' and 'The Office.'
Adrianna is going to literally drive her frenemy Silver crazy when she messes with Silver's medication cocktail. Silver, believing she's still taking the same meds, is going to think her illness is getting worse. In the finale, Adrianna will stand at he edge of a cliff. Will she jump? [Source: Zap2It]
- Before the season ends, Booth and Brennan will tackle a case that leads them to a support group for people who tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. To gain the members' trust and pursue the investigation, Booth will have to demonstrate before them that honesty is the best policy. [Source: TVLINE]
- In the potential spin-off episode, Booth will not be a fan of "Finder" Walter Sherman. It could be because of their spotty working relationship or because, before the hour is up, Walter gets a booty call from Brennan. [Source: Mega Buzz]
The March 21 episode will feature a murder mystery when something terrible happens to someone down in Castle and the team are given the job of figuring out who the murderer is. [Source: Entertainment Weekly]
Former series regular Louise Lombard will reprise her role as the well-liked Sofia Curtis during May sweeps. Sofia's a deputy chief now. She's gotten her shield and she has a real "take no prisoners" attitude. As such, when Sofia gets introduced to Langston, things do not go smoothly. Langston becomes involved because Sofia wants to call in the feds, since they've now had Haskell sightings in Mexico and all over, which means he's clearly not in Vegas. Of course, Langston begs to differ. The episode is really about where is Nate Haskell. Sofia actually blames Langston and Catherine for Haskell's escape and she blames Brass too. Ultimately, Brass blasts back, "'Hate to rain on your tirade, Deputy Chief, but we're not going catch Haskell debating ancient history.'" And presto, the team is reunited! [Source: TVLINE]
Bree's new boyfriend is an experienced detective. The newbie - who has not yet been cast - is also much more age-appropriate for Bree: He's about a decade older than former flame Keith. The role could become a series regular one next season. [Source: TVLINE and Mega Buzz]
'Drop Dead Diva'
The season premiere will feature recurring guest star Paula Abdul as Jane's voice of reason who gives her some advice about her relationship with Grayson, Wendy Williams as a judge, and LeAnn Rimes as the soon-to-be ex-wife of a hard-partying celebrity who is on trial for hit-and-run. The episode will also feature a musical-dream sequence with the cast, choreographed by 'So You Think You Can Dance's' Keith "Tyce" Diorio. [Source: Entertainment Weekly]
Gwyneth Paltrow will reprise her role of Holly Holliday in a third episode to air in the coming weeks. [Source: Fancast]
Judith Ivey and Denis Arndt have been cast as Barbara and Col. Robbins, parents to Arizona. The role of Callie's mother is also being cast. All, along with Callie's father, will appear in an episode set to air this spring. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]
Jason Priestley will guest star in a four-episode arc as Chris Weekly, a brilliant, principled but anti-social marine biologist who must deal with an affliction most would consider a blessing. [Source: TVLINE]
Read TV Squad's "Rick Springfield Books a Guest Spot on 'Hawaii Five-0'" to learn about the role the rocker/soap-star will play.
'Hot in Cleveland'
'Desperate Housewives's' Richard Burgi has been cast as one half of conjoined twin brothers, Timothy and Richard. He will play Timothy, who is set up on a date with Victoria. Victoria is, of course, unaware that her date is bringing along a little extra baggage. [Source: TV Guide]
'Law & Order: SVU'
Elizabeth Mitchell will guest star in the March 30 episode as June, a piano teacher accused of killing a little girl after raping her with a rolling pin. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]
Read "Spoilers Anonymous In-Depth: 'NCIS'" to learn about the upcoming serial killer arc.
'NCIS: Los Angeles'
Victor Webster will guest star in the March 29 episode as Stanley King, a world-class thief suspected of several high-end heists. He lands on NCIS' radar after a secure facility housing sensitive materials on a Marine base is compromised. In order to get close enough to keep an eye on King, Kensi must work alongside him as a savvy thief. As you might suspect, Kensi makes quite a connection with Webster's bad boy. Naturally, Deeks isn't keen on watching his partner get so close to another man - but only out of fear for her safety, we're sure. [Source: TV Guide]
'No Ordinary Family'
A series regular will perish in the show's season finale. [Source: TVLINE]
Chloe will be back for the series finale. [Source: TVLINE]
- How will Michael depart? He will not die. He will not disappear. He will not be discovered and move to Hollywood to make his movie. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]
- Steve Carell's exist episode will air on April 28. Leading up to the Carell exit, guest star Will Ferrell will first show up on the April 14 episode. He'll also appear on April 21, and again on the April 28 Michael Scott farewell. After Carell departs, Ferrell will stick around for one more episode. Ferrell, of course, is not the show's permanent Michael Scott replacement. The fate of the Dunder Mifflin regional manager job will play out on the show's season finale, an hour-long episode set to run on May 19. [Source: TV Guide]
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