One more week, my Gleeks! You're welcome for that rhyme. Glee returns with six new episodes starting with next week's "Night of Neglect," which means Gwyneth Paltrow is back (reportedly singing Adele's "Turning Tables"), and she is dressed to impress in a kimono.
But the picture that was most interesting to us involves the Glee love triangle that launched a thousand Internet fan battles. Plus, we've got updates on The Good Wife, NCIS, and more in today's TV update…
Check that photo of Finn vs. Quinn vs. Rachel! That doesn't exactly look like they're trading tips on how to decorate Trapper Keepers. In fact, they all look pissed! Let's play a game. It's called: "Guess the dialogue in that picture!" We'll go first:
Rachel: Jesse is returning to sweep me off my feet with his rendition of "Burning Up" by the Jonas Brothers.
Finn: I'm not sure I know what "rendition" means.
Quinn: Hey, do you guys remember when I had a baby with Puck? How come we never talk about that?
Your turn. Go!
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The Vampire Diaries: EP Julie Plec tells EW.com that there are two ways the Alaric/Klaus storyline will go, as told to Matt Davis: "I always told him, ‘We're either going to make you a gloriously integral character that the show can't live without, or we're gonna build you up magnificently and kill you epically.' Which way do you think this story ends, TVD fans?
NCIS: Kerr Smith will guest star in the season finale as Lt. Jonas Cobb, a former military man, according to TVGuide.com. Executive producer Gary Glasberg reveals that Cobb will be an integral part of capturing the Port-to-Port Killer.
24: Producer Brian Grazer tweeted some good news for 24 fans: "Got off the phone [with] Kiefer yesterday and we are very excited about producing the 24 movie for next year." Is it too obvious to start a countdown?
Desperate Housewives: Deadline.com is reporting that Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman, Marcia Cross and Eva Longoria are finalizing deals to come back for the eighth season. And they'll be getting a raise: $325,000 per episode, up from $275,000.