Jill Weisleder/LA Dodgers
por Kristin Dos Santos | Traduzido Por | Qui., 31 jul. 2008 10:30
Jill Weisleder/LA Dodgers
Friends, you have not lived till you've hung out with the cast of My Boys. Just like their onscreen counterparts, they are charming, hilarious and one heck of a good time, and on one recent evening, they even ponied up some scoop for all you fans.
Click in for the goods, as Jordana Spiro and friends dish on what's ahead with P.J.'s love life, Brendan's woes, Stephanie's success and Bobby's wedding. What?! Wedding? Yep, it's still happening. Find out more...
There's Hope for Him Yet: You may have noticed that Brendan (Reid Scott) has had it the worst this season: He's lost his job, his ex-fiancée is pregnant, and he came down with, of all things, shingles. But don't give up on Brendan just yet. Reid told me, "There's a nice soft cushy landing for Brendo in the end," and, hallelujah, I'm told that "douchebag Brendo" is on his way out!
Girlfight? Is there going to be a feud between P.J. and Stephanie? Despite their gentle rivalry—Stephanie's book took off and P.J.'s tanked—it sounds like it's safe to say they won't be turning into frenemies anytime soon. "There's always that underlying competition, but I think because they write about two totally different things, they are honestly just happy for each other," Kelly says. That's good, because what's coming in the finale is going to leave them both in a daze.
Best Men: When the kids head out to California for the wedding, P.J. will continue to hide her little thing with Jack right up until the point where he suddenly disappears. (Darn, Billy Burke was so nice to look at.) With Jack's disappearance, P.J. fills in as one of Bobby's (Kyle Howard) best men.
Rowr: While everyone is scrambling to get the wedding together, Mike (Jamie Kaler) is a little preoccupied with a woman who is possibly old enough to be his mother. What's with the cougar fad on TV right now?
Here Comes the Bride? "The finale does take place right around the wedding [of Bobby and hot Swedish nanny]," according to Kyle. Do they actually say "I do?" You'll have to watch to find out, but I can promise you a huge cliffhanger that measures up to last season's "Who's on the plane?"
What's To Come: Watch out for something big—OK, to be more specific, a drunken something big—that will leave your jaw on the floor. You will never guess what this something big is, but care to take a whack at who's involved? Post your guesses in the comments, and if you guys get close, I could possibly be enticed to confirm your picks...
You can tune to TBS tonight at 9:30 p.m.to start lookin' for clues.
—Additional reporting by Natalie Abrams
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