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Can we just take a moment to really appreciate the arrival of the fall TV season? It's so nice to once again have excuses to avoid putting on pants, going out and socializing with your friends.
In case you aren't couch potatoes like us and need some incentive to stay in, we've got some juicy romance scoop on Revenge, details on the new teacher coming to Community and an update on a fan favorite Pretty Little Liars relationship. Plus, we also got our hands on some American Horror Story and Bones scoop. All that and more in today's Spoiler Chat:
Vanessa: Can I please get some scoop on my fictional TV boyfriend Daniel on Revenge?
Hate to break it to you sister, but your man is taken! "At the beginning of the season, we are in a relationship," Ashley Madekwe told us of Daniel and Ashley at the Nylon magazine and Sony X headphones event for the mag's annual TV issue. "You're not really sure what they're in it for or where it will go." What does their new relationship mean for Ashley's friendship with Emily? "They're not not friends, but they're definitely not as close as they used to be," Ashley says.
Reese in Indianapolis: Scoop on Private Practice or Grey's Anatomy please...
We pick...Private Practice! Benjamin Bratt tells us that fans won't have to wait long at all to find out the outcome of the Jake-Sam-Addison love triangle. We'll see whom she chose in the season premiere. But regardless of her choice, Bratt insists the decision won't affect the workplace because they are all professionals. No drama on Private Practice? Something tells us that won't stick.
Noelle: Dying for some PLL scoop, preferably of the Ezria variety!
Lucy Hale, why don't you take this one? "What's so interesting about Aria and Ezra's relationship is that Ezra up to this point has been flawless, kind of like the perfect boyfriend," she told us at the Nylon party. "And I think it's so interesting that now Ezra has this secret and it's getting deeper. And once we dig in this [season], it gets more intense. Ezra will be gone for a little bit and people are going to be so angry. They're going to be so mad."
Devon: Community scoop would be the best cure for my Monday blues.
Ask and you shall receive! The NBC comedy is introducing Coach Chapman, a P.E.E. (Physical Education Education, you weirdoes!) professor, who is pretty tough when it comes to training future coaches. Also, Jeff better watch out as Dean Pelton will be trying to woo a newbie, Archie, to enroll at Greendale.
Ken: I'll take whatever you've got on The Big Bang Theory!
Penny is going to become a movie star! OK, not really, but she is going to be asked to star in a student film by a USC cutie named Cole, so that's basically the same thing, right?
Andy: Do you know what happens to Adam Levine and Jenna Dewan in present time on American Horror Story?
Most AHS storylines are still under wraps, but we can tell you that detectives will be on the scene in present day first appearing in episode six. Yikes. Cops usually don't mean something good happened.
Mason in Cleveland: I haven't seen any Bones scoop in awhile. Can you help a fan out?
Sure can! Have you always wondered what would happen if Bones and Dancing With the Stars and/or So You Think You Can Dance had a TV baby? No? Well, it doesn't matter because you are about to find out what that baby would be like! Bones' sixth episode of the season, titled "The Diamond on the Rough," is going to take some well-meaning jabs at reality dancing competitions. Fingers crossed that we'll get David Boreanaz in spandex dancing to "Moves Like Jagger."
John: Is there trouble ahead for April and Andy on Parks and Rec? I thought I read somewhere that they were fighting in the season premiere?
Well, if "fighting" means "almost having sex in public" nowadays, then yes, that is what they're doing. Looks like the distance made their hearts grow extremely fonder. As for another couple on that show, they are also very happy, but they're totally faking it.
—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Tierney Bricker and John Boone