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Got anything good on Hawaii Five-0? — Peter

ADAM: I was just saying to myself last week, Daniel Dae Kim’s Chin Ho needs more to do than play computer jockey back at HQ. (Granted, they’re very cool computers, but still.) Looks like someone heard me because in an upcoming episode, we will meet Chin’s ex-fiancée, a beautiful doctor who helps solve one of the team’s cases by identifying a dead body. Naturally, the couple has lots of unfinished business, which might be why the good doctor still wears Chin’s engagement ring around her neck. [Source: TV Guide]


House has only been on break a little over a week now, but if you’re anything like me, you’re already as twitchy as House during Vicodin withdrawal. So I called in reinforcements in the form of the lovely Lisa Edelstein (up for a People’s Choice Award!). When the show returns Jan. 17, Candice Bergen guests as Cuddy’s controlling mother, visiting Princeton-Plainsboro to (what else!) pry and shake things up. “Her mother is the kind of mother who thinks the most loving thing she can do is tell you the worst things she knows about you,” Edelstein said. And Mom’s first meeting with her daughter’s surly boyfriend is far from love at first sight. (Between the scruffy face and bedside manner, are you really surprised?) Undeterred, House is determined to win over Cuddy’s mom. “House is really trying in this relationhip. He’s not brushing it off like it’s nothing. He really wants to be that guy.”

In other familial news, House also recently cast Paula Marshall in the role of Cuddy’s sister, Lucinda, whom Edelstein has a long history with. “She and I have been in all the same casting offices for 20 years. Anybody — especially in your 20s — who’s dark-haired and funny ends up in the same room,” she joked.

One final House call: After a few episodes of peeved Cuddy giving House her dagger eyes, we can look forward to peace on the horizon. “That’s not going to last forever,” Edelstein told me. “She knows who he is. It’s just that when you’re at the beginning of a relationship, everyone is trying to be the best of themselves, and when somebody does something like he did, it’s frightening because it means that that’s still the best of what they have to offer. But she gets over it and life moves forward. Family definitely triggers a lot more stuff, but nothing that they can’t surpass.” [Source: EW]


When are we going to see the Triple Killer again on Castle? — Ellie

ADAM: He most likely won’t appear until the latter part of the season, but his presence may be felt sooner. “There are ways to deal with the storytelling where you’re not necessarily confronting the character head-on,” creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells us. “It’s possible his character ends up being a puppetmaster.” In whatever form he takes, look for 3XK’s continued freedom to haunt Castle. “Castle feels a responsibility that this guy is out there,” Marlowe says. “If he’d just been a little bit smarter … then whatever might happen in the future wouldn’t have happened. Castle is going to feel that burden.” [Source: TV Guide]


Any scoop on Dexter? — Scott

NATALIE: In the season’s penultimate episode, there are not one, but two deaths! And not one, but two kidnappings! What’s happening to whom? Here are your hints: There are four separate victims, two male and two female. One death you’ll cheer, and one will make you cringe. As for the kidnappings, let’s just say both victims prove to be easy prey for their captors. [Source: TV Guide]

CSI: Miami

What is the deal with Delko and Calleigh on CSI: Miami? What’s the status of their relationship? — Tanesha

ADAM: For the immediate future, they will be more friends than lovers. “Delko having to do things behind his colleagues’ back kind of threw a wrench into the works as far as their relationship goes,” co-executive producer Marc Dube tells us. “There’s been a bit of an agreed backing-off on both sides. It’s something that will be revisited, but right now it’s more of a brother-sister relationship. They love each other very much. Will it spike again? Probably, but they’re taking a little break from the intensity.” [Source: TV Guide]

Grey’s Anatomy

If Mark and Callie aren’t getting together on Grey’s Anatomy, what about Mark and Lexie? — Kerry

NATALIE: Executive producer Shonda Rhimes calls Mark and Lexie’s journey a “slow one” this season. “There’s going to be some surprises,” she tells us, “but Mark sleeping with someone else has never really stopped him and Lexie in the past, so I can’t imagine why it would now.” [Source: TV Guide]


Can we get some non-Danny-and-Lindsay scoop from CSI: NY, please? — Jacob

ADAM: Looks like the long-promised love interest for Dr. Sheldon Hawkes will finally make an appearance. Described as a sexy nurse, she is an old friend. When she’s fired for telling patients that her employer has been peddling contaminated pharmaceuticals, her blabbing ends up getting her kidnapped by a suave hit man played by R&B star Ne-Yo. Hope Hawkes is feeling extra heroic. [Source: TV Guide]


When will Clark transform into Superman on Smallville? — Ed

NATALIE: “There are still some things that Clark has to change before he becomes the dual identity that we know,” executive producer Kelly Souders says. “There will be hints along the way as he’s getting closer and closer to that sort of split personality.” In the meantime, we will see the “anti-Superman” this week. [Source: TV Guide]

In the alternate reality, Clark is a murderer and Lois is engaged to Oliver. Clark is the son that Lionel always wanted. But in the episode, it’s Clark Kent who wakes up in Clark Luthor’s bed, and it takes him awhile to figure out what’s going on — he’s not who Lionel thinks he is. [Source: Zap2It and Watch with Kristin]

The second half of the season will round out Clark’s journey. We’ll see some familiar faces again as Clark gets closer and closer to being Superman. [Source: Watch with Kristin]

What can we expect in the next two episodes of Smallville?

This week, look for Cassidy Freeman as you’ve never seen before when we go to an alternate universe where Tess has grown up knowing she’s a Luthor. “It’s going to be Tess but Tess with a lot more knowledge of her past and therefore a different outlook on her life.… It’s an interesting way for us to play a ‘what if’ game,” Freeman told me. As you know, the episode is also the long-awaited return of John Glover as Lionel, and the situation comes to blows as he and Tess clash for the first time in the other world. What you may not know? It was totally real. “He really wanted me to hit him, so I did,” Freeman said, laughing. “I kept faking it, and I said, ‘Are you going to react to that?’ And he said, ‘Yeah, when you hit me.’ So I was like, ‘Yeah!’” Note to self: Do not piss off Cassidy Freeman. [Source: EW]

Lie to Me

What’s coming up on Lie to Me? — Andy

ADAM: Looks like the Fox drama is taking a page from The Social Network. An upcoming episode titled “Killer App” focuses on Zach, a wunderkind inventor of a phone app that makes he and his two best friends rich. It’s no secret, however, that Zach wants to push his former partners out of the company, which becomes a problem when one of them ends up dead. [Source: TV Guide]


So sad about Medium being canceled. Do you know anything about the show’s final send-off? — Sandra

ADAM: I know Allison will get mixed up with a charismatic drug kingpin. He is unconcerned about the prospect of going to prison, but more mysteriously, he implies to Allison that he knows more than he lets on about a troubling series of Allison’s dreams. As for what’s eating Allison, it can’t be a coincidence that the show is looking for an actress to play a more guarded teenage version of Allison’s now-7-year-old daughter, Marie, can it? [Source: TV Guide]


How does Olivia cross back over to our universe on Fringe? — Aimee

NATALIE: Remember that janky immersion tank in Walter’s lab? It will play a crucial role in Olivia’s crossover. Once she’s back, though, look for the dynamic among the Fringe Division to change. “For everyone else, it’s ‘Oh my God, we’ve had a traitor amongst us,’” Anna Torv tells us. “And for Olivia, it’s ‘How did you not know that? Who am I then? Like, who am I?’” [Source: TV Guide]

The Defenders

Dan Aykroyd will guest star in two episodes as a tough judge needed help and who’ll clash with Jim Belushi’s character. [Source: The Hollywood Reporter]


Original ‘V’ star Marc Singer will guest star as a character named Lars Tremont, a member of a super top secret organization comprised of high-ranking military and government leaders from around the globe, who have long suspected that the Visitors — despite what they tell us — are very much not here in peace. Singer’s character will be introduced in the 10th episode, aka the season finale, of the upcoming season. [Source: Keck's Exclusives]

The Closer

Those of us dying to learn more about the somewhat out-of-left-field new chief of police, Tommy Delk (Courtney B. Vance), won’t necessarily get an answer when the show returns on Dec. 6 with its first new episode since summer. He doesn’t appear that first episode back, but you’ll still feel Delk’s presence, especially in light of some rumored staff changes that would have a HUGE impact on the station. The mumbling frazzles everyone, even Capt. Raydor, who responds with a significant attitude adjustment. (Yes, she kind of gets that stick out of her aaaa-anyway…) When Fritz breaks the news to Brenda, let’s just say he’s left blue by her reaction — well, parts of him are.

Meanwhlie, Lt. Flynn faces possible career-ending allegations — one of a few reasons you’ll want to take Flynn out for a very strong alcoholic beverage (um, if he wasn’t in AA). And for @jenndeve, who wanted some bonus Brenda/Fritz scoop, I have two words: Workplace. Sex. [Source: EW]


What are the holidays without a little evil Santa action? This year, it’s brought to us courtesy of Wil Wheaton, who reprises his role as manipulating hacker, Chaos, in the Dec. 12 episode. No, Wheaton doesn’t don the suit (I know, drat!), but he commands a gaggle of convict Cringles in a scheme so complex it leaves Nate questioning his abilities.

Twitter buddy @reebsreiswig wanted scoop on Wheaton’s return, and while I can’t reveal if his scheme is a success or not, I can tell you that he takes off with something very important to the team: Lucille 2.0. (Oh, how we love to hate him.) You can also look forward to seeing Parker happily dressed as an elf, and Eliot rocking the big man’s red velvet and white beard. It goes without saying that Eliot is by far the unhappiest Santa since Billy Bob Thornton. [Source: EW]


Any scoop on Castle, Criminal Minds, NCIS or Bones? (I’m not picky…)

I’ll take Bones for $500, Newark. In the Dec. 9 episode, “The Doctor in the Photo,” Brennan will make a shocking move that honestly might leave you in tears. “She kind of goes out on a limb and says to Booth, ‘I’m here,’” dished star Emily Deschanel. “Brennan took that chance, and whether it works out or not doesn’t matter as much as the fact that she did take that chance. I think it is a happy ending in that way, even if it is hard and sad.” I leave you with an equation: Heroism in “Two Bodies in the Lab” – real danger + tear-worthiness of last 20 minutes of “The Parts in the Sum of the Whole” + 1/2 of the weirdness in “The End in the Beginning” + Veronica Mars mini-reunion (Francis Capra and Enrico Colantoni!) = “The Doctor in the Photo” [Source: EW]

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