Smallville Season 10 Spoiler: Meet Booster Gold

Posted by Maki On Thursday, March 31, 2011 0 comments

On April 22 episode of Smallville titled "Booster," we will meet a new character named Booster Gold.


So who is Booster Gold?

Eric Martsolf guest stars as Booster Gold, a favorite to long-time DC Comic fans, someone described as a glory-seeking showboat from the future.

"The episode takes place in Booster's very early stages where he's at his conceited best, where he believes he can do whatever he wants," Martsolf told TV Guide, adding that his behavior will shock a Clark Kent who wants to remain more in the background.

Geoff Johns, a popular comic book scribe, wrote the episode, and says "the one thing Booster does prove to Clark is that people want to look up to this guy. They want to be inspired."


The highly-anticipated installment will also mark the debut of teenager Jaime Reyes (Jaren Brandt Bartlett), known to DC fanatics as Blue Beetle. Booster will rescue him and we'll learn of the character's origin.

As we head toward the May 13 series finale, Martsolf hopes the episode will satisfy both fans of the series and the comic. He teases:

"It's rich in comic book history, but it's also a vehicle for Clark to start to embrace the marketability of Superman and what he could potentially be."

Are you excited to see Booster Gold in action?

You can check other Smallville Season 10 reviews and spoilers HERE.

This week's Off the Map "Hold on Tight," features Ryan makes a tough call, Mina stands her ground, and Ben falls further than I thought possible.


TV Fanatic: How wonderful is Ryan? Beneath those fresh from the beach tresses and that sunny smile beats a heart of steel. If only she was physically that strong. She had the guts to give it to Keaton straight. "I don't want to end up like her."  His wife has been on life support for years. That isn't what Ryan wants if it all goes wrong. She tells him with a mixture of directness, humor, and love that is fairly remarkable. She's not pushing anyone away. She's simply making some hard decisions and taking control of her own care.

Part of that decision is to hand her care over to Mina. Ryan knows that Ben and Zee are too close to be objective but Mina is just far enough removed to follow her directives. Mina has grown so much since the start of the season. She's strong and professional. She's calm under pressure yet still feels enough to let the emotions hit her once the emergency is over.

Then there's Ben. Part of me wants to sympathize with him. His wife was shot. She's been on life support for years but is he unable to make the tough call because he loves her so much he can't let her go or because her trust fund is keeping the clinic alive? Honestly, I don't think Ben knows the answer to that question.

The truth is every week I like Ben a little less. He's so concerned about his incapacitated wife that he forces the doctors to pump her full of antibiotics to keep her alive yet he doesn't notice Ryan is pale and out of breath when she's standing in front of him. However, Mina noticed it pretty quickly.

Ben's angry that his wife was shot. He's bitter that he can't bring her back. He's distressed that Ryan is ill and he's infuriated that she doesn't want him to have control of her care. But he can't vent his anger at Abby or at Ryan so he lets loose on the one person left standing, Mina. He blames her. He yells at her. He even fires her but his lowest point comes when he dredges up the child patient she lost back in the States. One of my favorite moments is the disgusted look Otis shoots him when he throws that at her.

To be honest, no matter what happens with Ben moving forward, I don't know that I'll ever be able to truly like this character after tonight's episode.

Mina, on the other hand was a stand out. She didn't yell back but she didn't back down. Ryan is her patient and Mina takes that responsibility seriously. Ben's not about to bully or scare her off. I look forward to how this plays out in the season finale.

In other stories, Charlie's mother wanders back into his life and it's heartbreaking. Charlie believes Tommy when he says he'll fix her and Tommy certainly wants to but schizophrenia isn't something you can cure with a pill or a surgical procedure. It isn't that Theresa doesn't want to be Charlie's mom, it's that her chemically imbalanced brain won't let her.

As this plot unfolds, Tommy is able to step up for his friend. The name "Little Dove" is a sweet way to add a touch of humor to a difficult story.

In the only lighthearted story this week, Lily wakes up in Mateo's bed and tries to avoid her walk of shame past his mother.  No such luck. She'll have to get up way before that gorgeous sunset to sneak past the residents of a working farm, whether she agrees with the cash crop or not.

Otis and Zee's roles were much smaller tonight but when Zee fell apart after almost losing Ryan on the table, Otis was there for her. It was the warm, fuzzy moment I needed amongst all of the angst.

I don't know if the coming week's finale will wrap up some of this drama or leave us hanging. Either way I'm anxious to see what's in store for our jungle docs next.

I'm really not sure what will happen on the season finale of Off the Map. Will it wrap up the drama ? Or give us another set of questions? The interesting part is that the season finale is titled "There’s A Lot to Miss About the Jungle."

You can check Off The Map Season 1 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

One thing is evident on this week's Criminal Minds "With Friends Like These", the void left by Prentiss (and JJ) continues to hang over the show.


TV Fanatic: The last episode had the feel of a season finale to it, with so much to discuss and so many unanswered questions. But life goes on, as the BAU has new cases to solve.

Not that Emily wasn't acknowledged. Morgan finds Garcia staring at Prentiss' picture at the onset, and Hotch tells Rossi he's already looking for an experienced profiler.


"With Friends Like These," who needs enemies? The old adage certainly applied to last night's Criminal Minds, which featured a schizophrenic unsub being manipulated.

Or did it? We zeroed in on a group of unsubs, but it's Ben who does the killing after Matt, Yolanda, and Tony convince him. Immediately, the BAU knows it's a group job.

The unsubs appear disorganized, but then Morgan finds an interesting clue - there was only one person other than the victim at the store, and he was talking to himself.

Could it be that unsub Ben is being egged on by voices in his head?

Cut to our suspect trying to convince the "others" not to go after someone else, but eventually giving in. No one else is inside the van he exits to go commit the crime.

Portraying "voices" as actual characters (a la A Beautiful Mind) was a convincing way of showing just how afflicted and helpless a paranoid schizophrenic person can be.

The voices are telling him to kill, but these aren't typical voices.

This case hit particularly close to home for Reid, who was in his own world (in a manner of speaking) as the team profiled Ben and the hallucinations that compel him.

Reid's own history has him worried about developing schizophrenia and the potentially terrible side effects. Morgan realizes he's worried he'll develop schizophrenia.

Reid tells him about the headaches, but Morgan tries to help him shake it off for now. You get the feeling this is not something he'll be able to do that with for long.

The latest clue, courtesy of Garcia, is that the unsub wants to exorcise the demons, which is spot on. At least he wanted to, before a priest basically sent him away.

The priest tells Morgan and Reid about Ben and that he had a stutter. Meanwhile, Ben kills a woman he met on the bus, pretending she's his mother (the catalyst).

Then he wakes up next to her. Thoroughly creepy and sad.

This victim represents his mother and the stresses from childhood that helped make him the way he is. He tries to fight the demons, but it's a losing battle for him.

All he wants to do is sleep, but can't. He's an insomniac, which Reid realizes. After the BAU closes in on the suspect, Reid almost breaks through and disarms him.

Sadly, the voices are just too strong. As he goes after Reid, Hotch is shoots him, disarming Ben at last. Is he a schizophrenic? Was he always? We may never know.

It was an interesting ending to a sad saga. When dealing with such a depraved individual, are you supposed to feel bad? Are they, in fact, a victim in this as well?

As much as we love Emily and J.J., the team as presently constructed can still be a lot of fun to watch, and episodes like this are still grisly and captivating as ever.

That said, there's a human element missing and Seaver, deliberately or not, has yet to fill the shoes of these women. There's still time for her to grow, however.

Although there's something missing on this episode of Criminal Minds, I think the same is still a decent episode. So what do you think?

You can check Criminal Minds Season 6 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

This week's American Idol is Elton John performances night.

One observation on last night's episode is that our friend "pitchy" was all over the place again. So who's the best last night?


First, Haley Reinhart surprised us by closing the show, an honor typically given to a contestant that has generated more buzz than the young woman many believed would be eliminated last week.

But Haley proved worthy of the concluding spot, bringing the sexy with a cover of "Bennie and the Jets" that started with her lounging on a piano. Randy called it the best of the night.

Lauren Alaina, meanwhile, was up to the challenge of John's classic Lady Diana ballad, "Candle in the Wind." She made the single her own by infusing it with some country twang.

James Durbin brought the heat to his cover of "Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting." Literally! He jumped off the piano and rocked out on stage just as the instrument caught fire.

Pia Toscano didn't leave her comfort zone with "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me," but would you if you could belt out a ballad in such an impressive manner?

Casey Abrams justified his save last night with a toned down, tender version of "Your Song." Casey didn't shout that much in his performance but he still made the song so-Casey.

Finally, I don't like how the judges treat Thia. I mean they are always saying that the Fil-Am singer  is playing safe as she always sing ballad. But what about Pia's almost-all-ballad performances, James' shouting over-and-over again, and Jacob's dramatic performances every week. Well, what I'm trying to point out here is that each candidate has their own forte and if you observe Thia's voice, the same is fit for those ballad that she was singing.

The last time Thia gambled leaving her ballad genre, she ended down on the lowest three.

Make sure to check the latest American Idol news and join the poll HERE.

Chuck is currently on a hiatus. But we still have some updates for you!

With Chuck taking a prolonged absence from NBC (new episodes return on April 11), Michael Ausiello asked executive producer Chris Fedak if he could at least tease viewers with an upcoming, significant development.


Referring to the season’s May 9 episode, he acquiesced and eerily teased: “Something terrible happens to someone we love."

Might this piece of casting news be related to that spoiler?

The series is seeking an actor to come on board as Clyde Decker. The network describes this character as a “determined and remorseless CIA agent who will go to any lengths and spare no expense - or life - in order to keep the CIA’s secrets buried.”

So who is that "someone" being pertained to? Any ideas?

You can check other Chuck Season 4 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

We already know that season 7 finale of Grey's Anatomy will not feature any gunshots anymore. Instead, it will be a silent one. In fact, it will focus on three characters.



Creator Shonda Rhimes has promised this. Unlike May 2010's epic finale, which had a profound impact on everyone at Seattle Grace, the ending to the seventh season will be quieter, only one hour long and focused on three original characters.

“Meredith, Cristina and Alex are all left in a position that’s surprising,” Rhimes tells TV Line.

“I think that fans are going to be very surprised about a lot of the things that happen in the season finale. A lot of things get turned on their head.”

Much as we love Callie, Mark and Arizona, a lot of fans have lamented at the same time that the show feels like Calzona's Anatomy at times. Tomorrow night's musical event, as anticipated as it is, will certainly be a prime example of that.

Even though the season finale will be a quiet one, I'm sure there will be lot of things which will happen on the character-oriented episode.

You can also check Grey's Anatomy Season 7 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

This week's Justified titled "The Spoil" is another exciting episode! In this episode, Raylan followed along as the battle between Black Pike and the Bennetts came to the forefront.


TV Fanatic: The main attraction was the town hall meeting in which Mags Bennett proved why the people of Bennett love her so much, but getting to that moment was just as entertaining.
After Carol and Raylan bailed Boyd out of jail for his "arrest" by the Bennett police, Boyd's greeting of Mr. Givens at the car was awesome.  As the newly appointed employee of Black Pike whispered to Raylan that he made a nice speech in the police department, Boyd seemed riddled with joy.  And then as he remarked that they are once again on the same side of things, Boyd seemed truly happy about it.

Although he is far from a saint at this point, it seems the fact that Boyd keeps edging closer and closer to the right side of the law makes him happiest because it means he might be able to actually be friends with his old pal Raylan Givens.  And who wouldn't want to be friends with Raylan?  I know I would.


It may have been small. It may have been subtle.  But the eye roll and smirk that Dickie gave Raylan while Carol and Mags were talking business in the country store, was just magical.  Similarly fantastic was the moment when Coover put away his lollipop to mimic Raylan putting away his badge, just before the two threw down hard core.  Sometimes it's the little things that make it great.

Then again, sometimes it's the big things.  There were a couple of things we've been wondering about the Bennetts for a while now...


  • What is the beef between the Bennetts and the Givens?  Well we found out that it goes back to the days of prohibition when the Bennetts were running the old moonshine across the state line.  Just like any great feud, the Bennetts got information that the Givens tipped off the Feds and decided to start shooting people.  I'm kind of glad that the history between these families isn't something specific that happened between the characters we know, but rather their ancestors.  It brings more of a folklore feeling to the story of Justified.
  • What happened to Dickie and why does he have that limp?  Sadly, my guess that Mags had done it to her own son was wrong.  Instead it happened during a high school baseball game after Dickie beaned Raylan with a high fastball!  I love that it came from something as stupid and juvenile as a baseball brawl.  So completely different than how the feud began.  


Once we finally get to the town hall meeting, Carol speaks her mind, and does a rather fine job at explaining why Black Pike will help create more jobs in Bennett and Harlan County.  The people seemed to be receiving it well until Mags Bennett got to speak her mind.  And boy did she!  I don't know about you, but if I were at that meeting, I sure as heck would have been convinced to leave things the way they are.

So what is the whole point to the battle between Black Pike and the Bennetts?  They're both trying to buy up all of the land around the mountain, but we've known for a while now that the Bennetts have had a bigger, evil plan in the makings.

It seems Boyd has known they were up to something as well, and by the end of the episode he figured out what that was.  We still don't know, but I'm sure some of it will come out when Boyd, Ava, Raylan, and Carol crash the Bennetts party.

I hope this episode will be followed by another interesting and exciting one. Lets just stay tuned next week.

You can check Justified Season 2 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Months before, it was already spoiled that Jonathan Groff will return on Glee.


The Broadway star - who has not been seen since May, when the scheme of his character, Jesse. St. James, was revealed - will appear in the final three episodes of this season.

Why will Jesse show up again at William McKinley? A source tells TV Line: “He’s back to apologize to Rachel and perhaps get her back.”

Get her back? What's your insight or opinion on this?

You can check Glee Season 2 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Meredith has already experienced the miscarriage story before. Will Callie face the same scenario? Sara Ramirez answers that question below.


Obviously, the question of whether her unborn child with Mark will survive the accident is a major question of the musical event that has been hyped for weeks on end.

Will Callie and the baby make it? Here's what Sara Ramirez had to say:

"Maybe Callie getting pregnant with Mark's child isn't really an accident in the bigger picture," the Tony winner teased to TV Guide. "This child may teach Callie, Arizona, and Mark something they had no idea they needed to learn and grow from."

So what's your take on this statement by Callie?

**Update: After the musical episode, the baby has heartbeat. So I think it is safe to conclude that she will survive.

You can also check Grey's Anatomy Season 7 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

So far the serial killer story arc of Bones is phenomenal. But I'm sure there are still lots of things and surprises at store for us. To discover the same, read below.


Executive producer Stephen Nathan says the hunt for Jacob Broadsky (Arnold Vosloo) will be resolved in this season's penultimate episode, not the season-ender.

TV Guide says that helping (?) Booth and Brennan will be "a female twentysomething agent" whose inexperience puts Booth directly in Broadsky's crosshairs.

Will the sniper claim the life of one or more cast members by the time this is through? And what will the season finale hold if he's already dealt with by then?

There remains, obviously, the billion-dollar question of whether Bones and Booth get together at last. But the writers have been both tight-lipped and unsure about that one.

As for Angela and the baby, "I do believe she’ll have the baby before the end of the season," says Michaela Conlin of the future Katherine Temperance or Seeley Joseph Hodgins.

Will having the baby change her at all? Not as much as you might think, Conlin tells EW: “I feel like Angela, if anything, is gonna try to strap that baby in as she travels the world."

"That was something I definitely talked to creator Hart Hanson about. When the pregnancy came up, I didn’t want it to change who Angela was and how adventurous she is."

"So I feel like Hart has always been very receptive to that, besides the fact that Hodgins has a lot of money, so maybe we can have somebody helping us.”

I'm really excited with the current story arc of Bones, how about you?

You can check other Bones Season 6 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

NCIS Season 8 Episode 19 Review & Watch: Tell-All

Posted by Maki On Wednesday, March 30, 2011 1 comments

Episode 19 of NCIS involves an interesting case but what catches my attention is the series of character moments.

The episode is somehow related to or maybe inspired by WikiLeaks.


TV Fanatic: This isn't to suggest that "Tell-All" short-changed the crime-solving element of the show in favor of funny, lighter scenes. In fact, it blended these elements seamlessly.

Only NCIS can focus on terrorists, arms dealers, interdepartmental squabbling, leaked classified info, and a murder investigation and not even feel like a procedural.

By now, we know the agents so well, making scenes like this priceless:

From the onset, Tony was surprised that someone would invite Gibbs - Gibbs! - to a wedding. Naturally, he stole the invite out of the recycle bin and stole away to open it in private.

In the women's shower.

Ziva was fascinated at Tony's fascination with Gibbs' back story, as are we. She was also curious as to why she busted him there of all places. Then she made the E.J. connection.

We know Tony has a thing for bathrooms, but come on. Not the way to keep your relationship clandestine, DiNozzo. Ziva's onto him, and watching him try to explain himself in the shower provided one of the night's genuinely hilarious moments.

Another such moments came from Gibbs' old "friend" Tobias Fornell.

Fornell's latest appearance coincided with the murder mystery and the wedding invite. Their ex-wife Diane was getting remarried and invited both Tobias and Gibbs.

I laughed out when Tobias mused to Jethro that "without Diane, we wouldn't have the same ... relationship that we do now." Definitely a glass half-full kind of guy.

He cracked himself (and me) up at the end when he told Gibbs that her new husband was Homeland Security, too. Watching these two as friends is always a treat.

Joe Spano's visits as Fornell always bring a lighter element without sacrificing the integrity of the show. Diane's ex-husbands are both great at their jobs, after all.


Gibbs and Fornell both showed little appreciation for the DIA, with the former even calling out a high-ranking admiral he felt was standing in the way of justice. He was right.

Vance may not like it, but that's the way Gibbs operates, and Fornell was a great wingman for Jethro on this night, with an FBI agent killed alongside a Naval Commander.

The only connection between the two victims was Operation Birdsong, or a book by that name. The DIA wanted it destroyed because it exposed its illegal arms dealings.

The trail was surprisingly complex. A publisher who wouldn't reveal her author. A morally bankrupt college girl who brokered the deals. A killer who got the wrong guy.

And you wonder why Tony always thinks the wife (or in this case the husband) did it. In this case it was almost disappointing, but the mistaken identity was a nice twist.

The husband of the slain FBI agent killed the Navy commander because he thought they were having an affair. She was indeed sleeping around, but with the book's author.

Although the case is not that engaging, still "Tell All" is an enjoyable episode. I bet next week's episode will be better with the return of EJ.

Any comment?

You can check NCIS Season 8 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

The people has decided and the first eliminated team on Dancing With the Stars is...

The bottom tier, according to the scores compiled over last week and this Monday, were Mike Catherwood, Wendy Williams and Sugar Ray Leonard. One of them is gone.


Mike, who was sent home along with partner Lacey Schwimmer, joked going into the season that he might be the least talented, but he's also the least known.

That turned out to be a poor combination for Catherwood, who couldn't muster the fan support to help him overcome two lackluster weeks of performances.

"It's been an amazing experience," said Mike, who ranked last with 30 points out of 60. "It sucks to be sent home first, but I made a lot of good friends."

Lasting for at least another week were Williams, who earned 31 points, and boxer Sugar Ray, who had 34. Ralph Macchio and Kirstie Alley remain in the lead.

So do you think the people made the right votes?

You can check other Dancing With the Stars Season 12 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

The question after the season one finale of Pretty Little Liars is "Who is A?"


Before going any further, let us first review what happened on that finale. On the first season finale, a hooded figured pushed Ian off the church railing (to his death?) and series creator Marlene King tells The New York Post "the girls will come to the conclusion that was A" when this series returns in June.

That doesn't mean they're correct, of course.

Elsewhere in the interview, King touches on Jenna, her sight and her newly-discovered relationships. Excerpts are below.

What's the deal with Jenna and Officer Garrett?
There’s so much more to Jenna and Garrett... They’re really fun together and we’ll find out they definitely have a past and it’s definitely going to be an integral part of the mystery in season two.

Jenna is blind... right?
I’m not going to tell you that! But I will tell you is that Toby definitely believes that Jenna is blind.

Will we see more of Lucas?
Lucas is going to be very prominently featured in the first couple episodes of season two. He's going to form this really fun bromance with Caleb that I think the audience is going to love.

How would you summarize what's ahead?
Season one felt really like the hunt for Allison’s killer. Season two is very much more about the hunt for A. The PLLs decide to push back. There's also a fun storyline involving a therapist. The police wind up thinking the girls are lying about Ian and their parents get together and insist they go to see someone to deal with these seemingly obsessive thoughts about pinning Allison’s murder on Ian. The therapist is going to play a very important part of season two and in the girls hunt for A.

Join the hunt for A!

You can check Pretty Little Liars Season 2 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Hey Gossip Girl fanatics! I know you are all bored with the very long hiatus of Gossip Girl. So to spice things up, let me share a very interesting spoiler below.


So last we left Gossip Girl’s Queen B, her and Dan were getting their kiss on. But we just got word that someone may like Blair so much that he’ll put a ring on it. Need I say more, so go on.. check out the spoiler!

Question: Any news on Dan/Blair storyline on Gossip Girl? I’m dying here. The hiatus is killing me.
Ausiello: Allow me to add to your agony: At some point before the end of the season, Blair will get engaged.

So what can you say about this spoiler? I bet it makes you more excited!

You can check other Gossip Girl Season 4 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

The first season of The Event isn't really the "event" for some time. The series was on its ups and downs, and how each episode fairs, is really unpredictable. And now that the season 1 finale is near, what can we expect on the said episode?


Ausiello is reporting that the season ends with more of a climax than a cliffhanger, which is probably wise since a The Event season 2 remains a long shot. At least the show is going out with a bang:

The episode concludes with “something that is truly momentous and, I believe, never seen before” on TV.

So how will you interpret this spoiler? Will it be really that great?

You can check The Event Season 1 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

After the "Legendaddy" episode, a question was raised on how will Barney bond with his father. There are several possible ways but season 6 episode 21 of How I Met Your Mother, "Hopeless," will showcase something surprising.


Check out the episode 21 spoilers below:

  • When Barney tries to bond with his father, he asks the gang to help make his life seem more exciting by lying about their own lives.
  • Robin runs into a guy she has a crush on
  • John Lithgow returns as Barney’s father, Jerry.


"Hopeless" airs on April 18.

So what do you think of this episode?

You can check other How I Met Your Mother Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Episode 2 of Body of Proof titled "Missing" will feature an interracial couple found shot and killed. But there's a twist, when Dr. Megan Hunt finds new compelling evidence on the bodies the case goes into an entirely different direction. Maybe, they discovered that something's "Missing" and they found out what it is.


Here are the other events to expect on Episode 2 "Missing":

When a young, interracial couple is found shot and killed inside their car in Fairmont Park, Dr. Megan Hunt promises the grieving parents that their daughter’s killer will be found.
Detectives Bud Morris and Samantha Baker are ready to chalk the case up to a murder-suicide, but Megan and her team find evidence on the bodies that sends the case in an entirely different and shocking direction.
Peter advises Megan not to push too hard when it comes to reconnecting with her daughter, Lacey.

The second episode will air on Sunday, April 3.

You can check Body of Proof Season 1 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Body of Proof is another promising series. Dana Delany deserves her role and I can't wait to see her again on next week's episodes.


TV Fanatic: I've been a fan of Delany since her days on China Beach but I haven't loved her in everything. Where I found her stint on Desperate Housewives ill-conceived and her short lived series Kidnapped virtually unmemorable, Body of Proof gives her a vehicle that can display her considerable talents.

But that doesn't mean the "Pilot" doesn't have its flaws. To be honest there isn't much new here story wise. Megan Hunt is a brilliant loner who needs to rebuild her life and career after a tragic accident alters both, perhaps not completely for the worse.

Why is it that all medical examiners on TV need to be somewhat socially inept and better investigators than the police detectives? It is a concept that goes all the way back to Quincy M. E. and has become a television cliche. It makes this procedural feel average right from the start.

Delany's Dr. Megan Hunt is brilliant but blunt. She has drive and passion yet her marriage crumbled and her relationship with her daughter is in shambles. As arrogant and confrontational as Megan can be, I still find her more likable than some of her socially awkward lead counterparts (i.e. Bones' Temperance Brennan or The Mentalist's Patrick Jane), mostly because Delany sells beleaguered sarcasm better than anyone.

The supporting cast has some serious appeal of its own. Jeri Ryan's scenes are short as Megan's supportive but wary boss yet have me anticipating more from her in future episodes. Nicholas Bishop's Peter Dunlop is Megan's plucky sidekick. The former police officer turned medical investigator tries to help keep Megan on track both personally and professionally with charming but mixed results.

To its credit, I'll admit the story kept me guessing about the killer. That is until I saw the wife walk out the door. The set up quickly became so obvious you could have slapped the cuffs on her before she uttered her confession.

Few pilots really hook me but this one does have me looking forward to episode two. Body of Proof showcases a fantastic cast in an entertaining but average procedural. There is lots to like but certainly lots of room to grow.

I'm excited to see the next episode of Body of Proof.

You can check Body of Proof Season 1 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Before the season 6 of Bones ends, Michaela Conlin has some spoilers for us about the post-pregnancy of Angela and some glimpse on what the said character will do on season 7 of Bones.


Here's her statement:

“I feel like Angela, if anything, is gonna be tryin’ to strap that baby in as she travels the world. That was something I definitely talked to creator Hart Hanson about. When the pregnancy came up initially, I didn’t want it to change who Angela was and how adventurous she is. So I feel like Hart has always been very receptive to that, besides the fact that Hodgins has a lot of money, so maybe we can have somebody helping us.”

So are you excited for the season 7 of Bones?

You can check other Bones Season 6 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

I know you are all waiting for an update about Dr. Remy Hadley, M.D or better known as Thirteen.

She’s been in the slammer! But why? House will do anything to find out. And that includes bringing Thirteen on a road trip to end all road trips.


And he does get the truth out of her. But it comes at a price, as Olivia Wilde told Entertainment Weekly’s Spoiler Room:

“In order to sort of melt her steely resolve, he has to show a little bit of his own vulnerability, and I think that’s what makes their interaction ultimately really kind of unusual and really interesting. He’s reaching out to her and showing her his rawness. I think that’s what encourages her to open up. It also comes after several attempts to throw him off the course. She tries to throw him off the scent, but it doesn’t work because he’s too smart. She eventually has to give it up.”

So what is Thirteen’s big secret? Wilde isn’t telling, but EW describes it as “a secret wrapped in another secret, wrapped in another secret, all of which leads to an amazing moment.” And Hugh Laurie is betting no one will figure it out before the big reveal:

“I’d bet money no one will figure out why she’s in jail before we tell them because until I read it I had no idea. I think our fans will be left salivating.”

So what's your take on Thirteen's return? And what about her secret?

You can check House Season 7 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

In our previous spoiler, we have stated that House's new "wife" will be sticking around until next season. But does that mean that we'll going to see her every episode?



Luckily, for Huddy fanatics, the answer is in negative, as Hugh Laurie told Entertainment Weekly’s Spoiler Room:

“She comes and goes. We have no definite arrangements there. We may meet some other people from her life, and she expressed that for her it may be more than a Green Card marriage. That will cause problems inevitably.”

So what's your take on this House's new "wife" update?

You can check House Season 7 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Bones Season 6 Spoiler: Michelle Gardner as Grace Meacham

Posted by Maki On Tuesday, March 29, 2011 0 comments

Michelle Gardner is coming to Bones.


On episode 21 titled "The Sign In the Silence," the Hart Hanson alum will play Grace Meacham, an attorney who represents a young deaf girl. The case centers around the deaf/mute girl who is a runaway. She’s found covered in blood and carrying a knife.

The said episode will air on May 5.

So are you excited to see her appearance?

You can check other Bones Season 6 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

On the April 5 episode of NCIS, we will finally meet Ziva's boyfriend Ray. So below is the latest episode still including Ray.


What can we expect when he stops by? Cote de Pablo tells Entertainment Weekly there will be a special candlelight dinner and...

"There’s kissing involved. We kept it light and we kept it fun, and we kept it like two people who are genuinely in to each other and wanting to move things along. It’s about what’s going on between the lines. These two people are touchy-feely, and that’s different for Ziva.”

Of course, this won't be a drama-free reunion for the couple.

"[Ziva] discovers that he has a little secret that he hasn’t told her that has to do with the port-to-port killer case," de Pablo says. "It throws everything up in the air, and it causes a lot of friction between them and a big blow out."

Tony won't react well to the presence of Ray, the actress teases, warning of a "really interesting scene in the bathroom."

But enough about next week. We know what many fans want: NCIS season finale details! Sorry, de Pablo has few. She can only guess the following:

“We know that it has something to do with the port-to-port killer. We know that something awful is gonna go down, like always. And we’re all deathly terrified."

I think Ray's appearance as well as the season finale are must-see. So what do you think of these spoilers?

You can check NCIS Season 8 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

Before anything else, the episode scheduled to air on April 12 was moved to April 19. So another Glee-less week. But below are the good news from the Lady Gaga episode.


Now, the exciting news: A week later, the series will pay tribute to Lady Gaga with an episode that's been extended to 90 minutes in length.

Titled "Born This Way," the hour-and-a-half will focus on a theme of self-acceptance, as - spoiler alert! - Karofsky sings a cover of this Gaga hit.

Cory Monteith has described the upcoming outing as "a classic Glee episode where we explore embracing the things about ourselves that we don't like and tailoring our performances around that."

The actor also says "blackmail" will somehow be involved.

TV Line, which first reported this story, says most of the episode has been filmed, but the cast will now go in and add two additional music numbers to the hour.

So what's your take on Karofsky singing a Lady Gaga cover?

You can check Glee Season 2 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

For weeks, we've been all teased about the Grey's Anatomy musical episode titled "Song Beneath The Song." So are you ready to watch the performances this Thursday? So what can we exactly expect from this episode? Shonda Rhimes gave as her insight.



What cans fans expect from this installment, which Shonda Rhimes says she's been "wanting to do... since we made the pilot?"

It will follow up on last week's traumatic cliffhanger, as the episode faded to white on Callie was moments away from flying through the windshield of Arizona's car. Arizona has just popped the biggest question of them all, of course.

"I think that the proposal is something that is 100 percent heartfelt, but it's just something that she sees as an answer to not feeling legitimate in this new arrangement," Jessica Capshaw tells TV Guide. "Before you can even figure out why it is that she asks Callie to marry her, they're in this horrible situation."

So... where do the songs - Capshaw and Sarah Ramirez will duet on KT Tunstall's "Universe & U," for example - come in?

From a semi-conscious Callie, as her colleagues treat her and communicate with her via music. Remember: the name Calliope is taken from a mythological Greek figure who was the muse of song.

"They make the connection from the get-go, so we understand why it's music that Callie's soul is speaking to her through and why she sees everybody singing," Rhimes says.

Rachael Lawrence - who has helped train members of the Glee cast - spent hours in the recording studio with hesitant Grey's Anatomy stars.

Ramirez, a former Broadway star, didn't need the assistance, of course. She will sing Brandi Carlile's "The Story" and says: "It's a wake-up call of epic proportions for Callie. What lies in front of her [after the accident] is more than just glass. It's an opportunity to fight for her life and to make sense of why her life, and her life with Arizona, is worth fighting for, if that's the case."

A full album of the episode's songs - which will include The Fray's "How to Save a Life," Kate Havnevik's "Grace" and "Wait," by Get Set Go - will be available for download on iTunes Thursday morning.

Wow, I'll surely download this tracks!

You can also check Grey's Anatomy Season 7 Reviews and Spoilers HERE.

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