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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Kristin scoops on DH, VD, GG, V and fringe

Frankie in Atlanta: I've figured it out. It's Orson who is going to die on Desperate Housewives, right?

Stand by while Kyle MacLachlan grabs the mic to tell you: "You heard it here first! I make it through and will be returning to the show." Can I get a woot-woot? MacLachlan told us this news at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, confirming that Orson will survive the much-buzzed-about plane crash that, according to my in-house frenemy, leaves five characters dead. So what, you may ask, is that bloody golf ball doing in the middle of Orson's forehead in the photo above? Well, would you be super annoyed if I confessed that it's a Halloween pic from 2007 that I sorta kinda thought would be hilarious to post with the item just for poops and giggles? If so, I did no such thing and there's a "secret" (wink, wink) meaning to the photo.


Jennifer in St. Louis: When does Vampire Diaries come back on with new episodes? I assume after last week's cliffhanger that it might be a while?
We have to wait until Jan. 14 for new episodes of The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural on the CW—that's almost two whole months! Eeek! What other shows do you guys want return dates for? Tell us in the comments and we'll get you answers.

Monica in New Orleans: Anything good coming up on Gossip Girl?
Chuck is going to visit Bart's grave on the anniversary of his death, and when he gets there, he won't be the only one paying his respects. Any guesses on who'll pop up? I'm hearing that not one but two family members could be making surprising returns.

Keri in Poway, Calif.: V, please.
Ahoy, fellow Powegian! We just chatted up the lovely Laura Vandervoort, aka Anna's daughter Lisa, and she is good with the keeping of secrets! Because of those damn Winter Olympics: "We haven't gone beyond the first four episodes," said Laura. Having said that, we did have some fun with the starlet trying to guess what might be coming up on V. "I'd like to think Lisa's unsure of her mother's plans and they're really there for peace," Laura teased. "Then she'll fall for Tyler and go off with the humans and revolt against her mother." And tomorrow, Lisa tells mommie dearest that Tyler is "the one," but she promised, "Nobody knows what 'the one' means, not even me." Hmph.

Amanda in Menlo Park, N.J.: Last week's episode of Fringe with the Observers was sooo good. What else is going on with that show?
According to Fringe exec producer Jeff Pinkner, here's what you can look forward to in upcoming episodes: "We deal with an outbreak-type condition...[There's] an episode that's really big and fun and crazy about how what it is that we think we're seeing isn't necessarily the truth. And in a couple of episodes, we drop a bombshell for our characters and one of the big dormant secrets, one of the bombs of the table, as it were, goes off. Perhaps it will be blow apart our team, and certainly it will change the nature of their relationship. We delve a little bit more directly with the alternate universe and what's going on over there and how it may affect our world. We also have a really cool episode coming up that deals with Walter's (John Noble) memory and William Bell (Leonard Nimoy) specifically."

source : kristin eonline

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