This week the CW renewed many programs for another season, including the freshman show “90210.” So for fans of the show, breath easy, it will be back!
In his weekly spoilers Ausiello gives a teaser from one of the executive producers of “Ghost Whisperer.”
“the rest of our season isn’t about death — it’s about new life. [That] isn’t to say, in a show called Ghost Whisperer, that no one will die. Obviously, people will die — including someone close to one of our main characters.”
I wonder if what he’s saying is that Melinda is pregnant with Jim’s baby? The real Jim, not Sam. As for the death, I fear Melinda could get word Payne has died. Noooooooo!
Word has it, first reported by EW, that Jessica Capshaw has agreed to stay on “Grey’s Anatomy” for the rest of this season and possibly join as a regular next season. She plays Arizona Robins, the pediatric surgeon who appears to be Callie’s new love interest.
Lifetime TV announced it has renewed “Army Wives” for a fourth season. The third season, currently filming, begins airing this June.
Well tonight’s “American Idol” was . . . um . . . horrid! The first three just picked the wrongs songs and came out sounding like they were on Karaoke Idol. Later performers got better, but it was slim pickens tonight.
Allison (red head rocker chick) who did Heart was one of the best ones of the night. She will be the female who goes through. If she’s not, there is a problem! Her competition will come from the girl who sang Betty Davis Eyes, Jessie.
Adam, who sang Satisfaction, was probably the best of the men tonight. He should be the man who goes through. The kid Kris who sang Man In The Mirror was great. He will be Adam’s competition, and in my opinion should be the third to go through.
However this is American Idol, the one with the talent doesn’t always go through. The likability factor is a big thing. On that note though the judges thought he was boring, I thought Matt the iron worker was really good. Like the oil rig guy, I think he’ll get through just cause of who he is. He appeals to a lot of America right now with the economy and the fact he’s a hard working blue collar guy. Should that get him though? No, but I bet it does.
Official spoilers for the March 23rd show “Cold Snap.” In this episode we learn who “Rebel” really is!
The latest episode of “Heroes” continued to complicate matters, but fortunately in a good way. The majority of this episode centered on Peter, Surresh and Matt having kidnapped HRG and using Matt’s talent to tap into HRG’s mind to get the answers they sought about Nathan’s plans. This lead to a lot of flashbacks and back story. Thus we got no Claire, no Sylar and no Ando and Hiro this week.
Through Matt’s mind meld, we saw how Nathan recruited HRG for his odd plan to capture the heroes and according to Nathan, find a way to strip them all of their powers in order to make the world safer. Hmm, I have to wonder if Nathan would give up his own power? HRG claimed all he knew was rounding up people with abilities, he dedicated his life to it, so he would help Nathan. Of course he also wanted to make sure Claire was left out of this as well.
HRG tried to recruit Surresh at one point, which Surresh never told any of his friends. This made Matt furious and he and Surresh began to fight. Matt thought he might have been working for them all along. Meanwhile Peter had left to search out guns and weapons that HRG had stashed. Matt found the location through his mind, he thought they could use all the weapons they could get. Of course the Hunter was watching the place and moved in to get Peter. The Hunter was totally growing impatient with Nathan in this episode, knowing very well Nathan was letting his brother and daughter get away with too much. I do have to wonder, he’s gotta know Nathan has a power at this point. I mean Nathan’s brother and daughter have them, 1+1=2!
Peter managed to get away from the Hunter, but it lead him back to the hotel where the others had been hiding out with HRG. HRG revealed to Matt that Daphne was alive, the Hunter and Nathan have her captive in one of their buildings. However HRG warned him he didn’t think she’d be alive for long because of the Hunter. HRG escaped during the raid on the hotel by the government. Surresh bought Peter and Matt time to escape, but ended up getting caught.
Peter and Matt it seemed retreated to Isaac’s old studio where Matt painted some shocking images. One was of him with what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his chest. Peter said he wasn’t a killer, but Matt wasn’t so sure. On the floor of the room he had painted the entire capital being blown up!
Meanwhile a second huge shocker was revealed. HRG met with Angela in the park. They are once again in cahoots together and working against Nathan and the Hunter it seems. Angela told him he would continue to be tested by the two, he must pass their tests and get in with them, to gain their trust. Angela made veiled comments like “let Nathan think he is in control for now.” I gotta know what she is planning! I hope she hasn’t gone back to being a bad girl again, but with her who knows. I fear she’s somehow connected to Matt’s vision of the explosion in D.C.
As usual, I had a million things going on while the show was on, so pardon any mistakes
“How do I look?” For those missing the flair, the glamor and the bitchy queens of “Project Runway,” try giving “RuPaul’s Drag Race” on Logo a look. The show airs Monday nights at 10pm, with last week’s episode at 9pm. I imagine soon they’ll have a marathon of all episodes shown one weekend soon. I believe you can also watch past episodes online at Logo’s website.
The show is pretty much what you’d expect, a bunch of drag queens competing for the crown. However each week there are different challenges. One week it was to make an outfit out of thrift store goods. Another week it was to put together girl groups and lip sync to a selected song (but they had to do the hair and costumes). Last week was an Oprah challenge, they not only had to put together an outfit that represented what Oprah was, but do an interview (Tori Spelling and husband Dean were the guests).
It’s amusing, and the guest stars and judges are just insane. As I said Tori and Dean were on once, for the lip sync challenge they had Kelly Williams from Destiny’s Child. It’s become a guilty pleasure that I have been tuning into every week. It’s no “Project Runway” for sure, but it’s a damn good substitute!
Spoilers for mid-March for “Housewives,” “Brothers and Sisters,” “Ugly Betty,” “Grey’s” and “Private Practice.’
“March Sweeps” are in full effect with these spoilers, as evident by the large amount of guest stars. Swoosie Kurtz on Housewives, Josh Hopkins (Swingtown) on “Practive” and Loretta Divine returning as Adele on “Grey’s.” Also Ralph Machio returns on “Betty!”
Oh yeah, and the mystery of Izzie’s illness will finally be named!
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In this episode everyone returned home from Seattle with Archer all better. It seems his brush with death hadn’t changed him, he was cheating on Naomi left and right. Addison found out and was torn as to whether she should tell Naomi. She was hoping her brother could change, but he couldn’t. I have to say I was disappointed, I liked the character and it seems they decided to just keep him being the same old jackass he always was.
Addison and Naomi helped a couple who had an intersex baby. They wanted corrective surgery, but in the end Addison couldn’t do it, feeling that when the child grew up what if they had picked the wrong sex. The mother started to agree, but the father had issues. It seemed he needed his kid to have a sex, and of course he wanted it to be a boy. In the end, after storming out on his wife and child, he came around, after Naomi told him off.
Noami told him off as Addison finally told her about Archer. When she went to find Archer, he had left. She couldn’t take her anger out on him, so she took it out on the father. I guess given the way Archer left we probably won’t be seeing him again, which is a shame. The character had such good potential and I would have loved if they added him as a regular.
Charlotte and Cooper’s fighting over Violet continued. She wanted him to move in with her, when he said no, she got angry and stormed off. Later she slept with Archer! What what what !?!? She finally told Cooper, who was angry, but saw it as her acting out and trying to push him away. He said he loved her and wasn’t going anywhere. He’s a bigger man than I am, her butt should have been kicked out that door. I did not like that they had Cooper just forgive her like that. Angry or not, Cooper didn’t cheat on her with Violet.
Violet helped Sheldon with some couples therapy thing he had going on. It was a group of people whose marriages were in trouble, and he led them in sessions all together. They had some issues with two of the members having an affair behind their spouses backs. Yada yada, long story short, the whole thing served to be a vehicle for Sheldon and Violet to talk. He told her if she ever needed anything, he was here for her. While admirable, he is still keeping his distance from her it seems. They aren’t dating again, but Pete seems even further away from her. He better step up before he loses Violet!
While Pete was dealing with a patient who had become fixated on his eastern medical techniques as a way to not face the probability she had cancer, Sam was busy making whoopee with his new girlfriend and making a whoospie when he called her Naomi. Oops! Guess we can see where Sam and Naomi are probably headed . . . back to each other.