Hide your children!! Death is coming to Mystic Falls and the (fictional) Hamptons!
What's that? You don't live there? Oh, OK, then we'll just give you the scoop we have on Revenge and The Vampire Diaries. Plus, what plot twist in next week's episode of Glee shocked one of the stars? And is Dwight really Angela's secret baby daddy on The Office?
So much to tackle in our latest (now daily!) roundup of exclusive TV scoop...
Katie4892: Now that we know it's Daniel Grayson (uuuugh!) who gets shot at the Fire & Ice party, will we get answers to our other burning Q's on Revenge?
Wait a minute, missy. Just because mama Victoria cried out "Daniel!" in the preview does not mean he is definitely the one who was shot and/or will die! We just talked to Daniel's (Joshua Bowman) stunning real-life girlfriend and TV fiancée, Emily VanCamp, at Fashion Week in NYC. And she promises: "Yes, there will be some answers next week, and then some will be answered in the following week." Emily confirmed what costar Ashley Madekwe told us last week—that they reshot the Fire & Ice party from the pilot for a fresh perspective—but added, "Then you start to see people who are there that you didn't know were there. Some people come back" and— she added with an evil laugh—"some people die." But who pulled the trigger? Emily wouldn't spill.
MandyLee: How about something juicy on The Vampire Diaries?!
How about the fact that people are totes gonna die? This is the scoop executive producer Julie Plec drops our way: "There's definitely going to be some jeopardy by season's end. Certainly, many of our characters are going to come face-to-face with their maker at some point before the season is over. The question of whether they meet and shake the hand and get dragged away with their maker is a whole other question." So it sounds like some deaths might not stick? And others will?
Mellissa112: Is Dwight really the father of Angela's baby on The Office?
According to Dwight, that short-nosed, big-boned baby is most definitely his unless "someone taught Mose sex." And according Mose himself, Mike Schur: "Mose definitely hasn't learned sex!" Whee! Dwangela spawn FTW! Schur, who also, you know, executive produces Parks and Recreation in his spare time (genius!), also tells us "the only reason Mose still exists is [executive producer/Toby Flenderson] Paul Lieberstein. He really enjoys tormenting me. And when he calls me and tells me that they've written Mose into an episode, he giggles like a schoolgirl because he knows exactly how irritating it is for me to put on the fake beard and old clothes and drive to some godforsaken ranch in the middle of nowhere in 120 degree heat to bounce on a trampoline!"
Kim: I'll take anything you have on Glee, couple-related or not.
Bless your soul, Glee fan. We just got some Regionals scoop from Vanessa Lengies, who plays the one and only Sugar Motta. Glee will leave us hanging with a huge cliffhanger in next week's episode, titled "On My Way." "The Regional episode is probably one of the most on-the-edge-of-my-seat episodes that I've read yet this season. It had twists and turns that I wasn't expecting," Lengies tells us. She chalked up cliffhanger to the fact that Glee will go on hiatus after the Regionals episode. "I guess that's why they just wanted to shock everyone, and I was definitely shocked when I read it," she says. Speculate away!
Connor in Yorba Linda, Calif: I can't wait for tonight's episode of How I Met Your Mother! What else is coming up?
Get ready for a double-take! Well, actually a triple take is more like it... In an upcoming episode "The Broath" we'll meet three college student who are um… "eating a sandwich" (True HIMYM fans know what's up) and look a lot like Ted, (Josh Radnor) Marshall, (Jason Segel) and Lily (Alyson Hannigan). Not to be missed!
Kevin in Los Angeles, Calif.: Do you have any scoop for when CSI:NY returns?
What can you expect after the painfully long hiatus? Fun in the '50s! Producer Trey Callawaya tells us: "When we come back March 30, we are going to cover a lot of ground. We're going to get a special glimpse of what crime scene investigation was like in the 1950s. We're going to contend with a murder in our own lab, which will be fun to solve." Sorry about that hiatus, CSI:NY fans. But at least you know you have awesome stuff to come back to!
Helena: Supernatural please!
Did you ever wish you could date Sam and Dean?! Well apparently some lucky woman has, because we're going to meet a woman in her late 30s who is an old flame of both of them. Our prediction: She has a pact with the devil. Oh, and speaking of, don't forget that the final reveal of TV's Top Couple will go down tomorrow, and we just have to share with you a little message we got from Misha Collins (who is in the final two) after his pairing (Dean and Castiel) beat out Community's Jeff and Annie in the second-to-last round:
"So often Hollywood and pop culture portray relationships that don't reflect real life and relationships that lack a moral compass. I think it's nice to see a stable couple with grounded values getting this attention over that perverse relationship between Joel McHale and that girl on that other show. I mean, look how they're kissing. It's disgusting—you can tell they're not even using tongue."—Misha Collins (Castiel)
Just when you thought you couldn't love him more.
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Tierney Bricker, Drusilla Moorhouse and Leanne Aguilera