Gird your feelings, it's finale time!
In today's Spoiler Chat, we're dishing out some major scoop on the season finales of some of TV's hottest shows, including one Vampire Diaries' couple's "ultimate test," Arrow's "dark and gloomy" twist and Glee's unexpected ending.
But if finales ain't your thang, we've also got spoilers on the final season of True Blood, The Good Wife, Veep, Supernatural's spinoff and more...
prencesamale: Anything about Damon/Elena/Delena future (TVD season finale)? #AskKristin
Oh, prepare for a whole lot of Delena dilemmas in the season five finale. "The couple is put through their ultimate test as they try to save their friends, their town, and each other," Julie Plec ominously teases.
Greg: You guys haven't talked about The Big Bang Theory in a while. You should fix that.
If you like Star Wars, then you're going to love this week's episode of The Big Bang Theory (Heck, even if you don't like Star Wars, you're still going to love the episode!) May the fourth be with you (get it?!) because it's time to celebrate the cult saga with our favorite geeky guys. Get ready for jaw-dropping proposals, a heartbreaking revelation, and a hilarious introduction to the Girl Sprouts. Note: This is not the same as the Girl Scouts. Plus, have you even wondered what Bob Newhart would look like if he were dressed up as Obi-Wan Kenobi? Well then you're in for a galaxy-sized treat!
Brandon T.: Any scoop on True Blood's final season?
Expect to see a major Tara-centric flashback in one of the final episodes of the season, one that will give us a look at her troubled childhood. In the trip down memory lane, viewers will see Joe, Tara's scary, abusive drunk of a father, as well as a young Sookie and Lafayette.
Tyler A.: I really enjoyed the Supernatural: Bloodlines backdoor pilot last night! If the show is picked up, can we expect to see Sam and Dean visit Chicago?
It's still early, but that's looking like a possibility and it's even more likely you'll see some fan favorite supporting players stop by. "In the Supernatural world, so there are supporting characters, from some of our major supporting characters like Cas and Crowley and our smaller characters like Sheriff Jody Mills, or Garth that we would very much like to see in Chicago," the spinoff's showrunner Andrew Dabb says. "And the fun thing is that we could bring them in for multiple episodes and really kind of explore a storyline with them, and then look, we've talked internally about some fun ideas to kind of bring Sam and Dean into this world or bring some of our Bloodlines guys into the Supernatural world. A lot of it depends on the realities of scheduling and shooting and all that kind of stuff, but it's certainly something we would love to do."
Chuck: OK, last week's episode of Arrow was the best one they've ever done. How are they going to be able to top themselves?
By bringing back a big guest star: John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn! So how will his return to Starling City effect Thea, who will be reeling from the big death? "In many, many ways," Willa Holland previews of how Malcolm's presence will impact Thea. "I don't want to give too many spoilers, but Merlyn's coming back is definitely going to take her down a path and it's going to be a dark and gloomy path." Bonus: Holland teases the final episodes of the reason will be "bringing up some really good DC Comics" storylines.
Vanessa: I love Diane on The Good Wife. She's everything I want to be when I grow up. But I keep forgetting she's married! Will we see her husband again?
Christine Baranski sure hopes we so—and so do we! Gary Cole, who plays Diane's husband Kurt, also stars on Veep. We saw a bit of their home life, but then, you know, stuff hit the fan. "Gary went off to shoot Veep, but that notwithstanding, for the rest of the season, what happened didn't lend itself to seeing much of Diane's personal life, but it always interests people," Baranski told us. "That relationship is interesting to people, that she's with this guy, and he's such a wonderful actor. I'm certain next season they will have him back when they can have him back."
Tara: I will literally take anything I can get on the season finale of Glee. Literally anything.
OK, here's anything: expect the unexpected. Seriously, even the cast, who has seen a whole lot of crazy, were blown away by the final ep of the season. "There are some different things that I didn't see coming," Kevin McHale teases.
Shannon: Anything to share about The Mindy Project's season two finale? If Mindy and Danny don't get together I will rage!
You and us both, sister-friend! But we have faith after hearing this nugget from Adam Pally: "Mindy and Danny romance kind of hits a head and it's very exciting."
Carrie: Veep is constantly hilarious and I'm loving Kathy Najimy on the show. It seems they're setting up lots of big things this year. What kind of scoop do you have up your sleeves?!
Maybe a change of jobs for Selina Meyers' favorite dummy, Mike? "I think ultimately for Mike, it's him examining his life outside of politics because he sees working with Selina—it will never change and there's no real reward to it at times," Matt Walsh told us. "Now that he has a happy home life, he's starting to consider what choices he needs to make or where he needs to end up." What would Selina do without her hapless (at times) press man?
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