by Kristin Dos Santos | Fri., Mar. 30, 2012 6:00 AM
Glee doesn't return with a new episode until April 10, but that doesn't mean we can't deliver some "Big Brother" scoop to you right now! You are welcome, folks.
So what's the deal with Kurt and Blaine in the next new episode? And who's coming to Pretty Little Liars to heat things up? All that, plus scoop on The Office, Gossip Girl, The Office and more in today's installment of Spoiler Chat…
Brighton: Thanks for the Glee scoop about Matt Bomer! His blue eyes are other worldly. Can we get some Klaine scoop, too?
Not much to say about Klaine in "Big Brother," because Kurt is too busy fawning over Cooper (Bomer) to really pay attention to his boyfriend's pain. Who can blame him? Until the end of the episode, that is. Kurt very sweetly pushes his love to make amends with his bro, reminding us Glee fans why Klaine are in it for the long haul. Love those two.
walkwithmePR: Is there any Puck in this episode? Thanks!
Yes. A lot, actually. And it's not just for kicks. Puck has a big role in helping Finn figure out his future.
Naomi: Pretty Little Liars? Anything will do!
PLL is currently casting for what sounds like a new love interest for one of the gals. He'll be a charming and charismatic transfer student to Hollis College, definitely young enough to romance one of the Liars. But he's also on the fast track to law school, which might come in handy right about now, don't ya think? Who do you think will be swooning over the new guy?
Tiffanie in San Jose, Calif.: Andy and Erin are the new Jim and Pam on The Office! Please tell me they'll end up like Jam and get married and have babies!
How crazy would those children be? Pray for their souls now. Ellie Kemper tells us that Andy and Erin are "heating up again, despite her lack of amazing fashion," she says with a laugh. As for the babies, well we'd need to get another season of The Office to see those, right? "I'm under contract for more seasons," she assures us. "I'm just going to wait and see what happens." As will we.
Danielle: I'm so far past bored with Blair and Humdrum Humphrey right now. Any Chuck-Blair news to keep me interested?
Will you take one half of that pairing and just accept our Gossip Girl scoop on Chuck Bass? You will? How nice of you! Josh Safran tells us that Chuck's (Ed Westwick) journey for the rest of the season is all about his family. "With Bart [Bass], since he died in season two, we brought him back as a ghost in flashbacks, so that's in our wheelhouse," he says. "With Jack [Bass], it's fun to have Desmond, especially after last year when he and Chuck banded together and made their relationship as right as they could. It's fun to have him back this year on Chuck's side. And Chuck's storyline very much is about family so that's why you will be seeing more of Jack."
Yarlene: What's coming up on CSI: NY?
One might think with eight seasons there is no place in New York left undiscovered, but a murder takes the CSI team into the little prime-time-explored area, Hell's Kitchen. Showrunner Pam Veasey dishes on the new episodes, "We go into the culture and the history of New York in a different way. Four Points, which is Hell's Kitchen, it's predominantly Irish. What it's like today and the people living there know the history because they are the children of the children of the children of the people who started that area." It might be helpful to start brushing up on your Gaelic.
Vera: Bones baby scoop!
Bones herself is not the most traditional person, and she definitely does not give birth in a normal, traditional way. But in an upcoming episode, she does something involving her baby that is surprisingly very traditional. Maybe it's at the insistence of her baby daddy?
Rosie: Happy Endings scoop: Dave and Alex!
In the season finale of Happy Endings (which is incredible, by the way), there are moments between Dave and Alex that definitely lead you to believe the flame is rekindling. However, there is also a very charged scene between Penny and Dave in the episode. What are the differences between the two? Well, someone will say out loud to someone else that she might have feelings for Dave. Like, it's a real thing now! And the other girl ends the episode with Dave. D-R-A-M-A…drama!
Jaime in Austin: Any scoop on House of Lies' finale? I get the feeling Marty and Monica aren't going to kiss and make up.
You got that right—but something will happen to forever alter their twisted, ex-with-benefits relationship. Showrunner Matthew Carnahan teased to us, "There is continued push-pull, but I think what I'm interested in is Monica [Dawn Olivieri] undergoing a radical transformation and how that could upset their relationship." Added Ben Schwartz (Clyde, and of course P.Rex's Jean-Ralphio): "There's a huge moment also [with the] custody battle…[their son] Roscoe is the thing that above all else Marty [Don Cheadle] doesn't want to lose. That's his rock when he comes home. To see what happens in the finale, to see who gets the child, it will just change the entire essence of the second season…what home base is for this person, if he goes home and no one's there. It's a totally different human being. What does he do with his free time? A lot of stuff that happens in the finale will change everything that happens in the second season. It changes how all of us act toward each other." Whoa! Sounds like the foundation is crumbling on Marty's House.
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—Additional reporting by Jenna Mullins, Drusilla Moorhouse and Christina Dowling
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