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Really enjoying The Flash. Anything you can tease? — Billy
During next week’s episode, we’ll get a flashback to the night of the particle accelerator accident from a different perspective and find out exactly how Caitlin lost her fiancé, Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell). Surprisingly, the accelerator may have some positive uses in the future, though returning to the scene of the accident won’t be easy for anyone.
Anything you can share about next week’s Calzona-centric episode of Grey’s Anatomy? — Di
As you may have spied in the promo, Callie and Arizona are finally going to therapy. “Callie has some resistance towards therapy,” Sara Ramirez teases. “Therapy turns out to be a great place to air grievances and concerns and to also bring up the miscommunication that has led them up to this point. They definitely get a chance to clear up some stuff. I think what Callie doesn’t expect is what the therapist ultimately advises them to do…” Gotta cut her off there, can’t ruin the whole episode, but you can watch a sneak peek here.
Is Juice as good as dead on Sons of Anarchy? — Amanda
You might be surprised—and a little confused—by the first few minutes of next week’s episode, but his fate will quickly become apparent. Speaking of potential 11th-hour saves, Gemma may find a way out from meeting the fate she fears most, but the question is whether she’ll take it.
I loved seeing the Gladiators together again on Scandal. Will Abby ever return? — Judi
Abby will be sticking around the White House for the foreseeable future. However, her icy relationship with Olivia will thaw a bit when an event actually drives the two back together on an emotional level we’ve rarely seen. I wonder if Jake’s arrest has anything to do with it. Hint, hint. Nudge, nudge.
I need some Walking Dead scoop. — Andy
Are you a fan of the comics? Because as a fan of the comics myself, I was particularly excited by a scene in this Sunday’s upcoming episode. Naturally, as The Walking Dead likes to do, there will be a twist on the scene that’s both heartbreaking and exciting—and oddly left me hungry.
Are David and Emily really going to reunite on Revenge? — Nikki
Yes, the talk of this week’s episode is Emily finding out that her father is still alive—don’t worry, the promos did not deceive you—though their reunion won’t necessarily be an easy one. But what Revenge fans should worry about is how deeply Louise (Elena Satine) is trying to embed herself into the Grayson family. When getting in Victoria’s good graces doesn’t work, she’ll set her sights elsewhere.
How the heck does Valerie end up starring on Paulie G’s show skewering her on The Comeback? — Mark
Though she’s initially in denial that Paulie G’s project is clearly about her, Valerie will set her sights on taking him to task and ends up inadvertently auditioning for the role—though it doesn’t look like Paulie G is too happy about that. Yes, we know she ends up with the job, but there will be some stiff competition getting there.
I’m glad that Quinn is helping Carrie again on Homeland. Anything else you can tease? — Tino
It’s actually CIA analyst Fara who will uncover a new, much more dangerous layer to the conspiracy, finally making me like her for the first time ever on the show. However, Carrie will make a move so shocking during this episode that you may start to question her sanity again.
Can you share anything about the new season of The 100? — Jessica
Unsurprisingly, Clarke will be very skeptical of the Mountain Men. The escape attempt you see in the first few minutes of the premiere is far from the only time Clarke will make a play for freedom. As for those outside Mount Weather, you might be surprised by the fates of certain characters—especially when things take a turn for the worse. Oh yes, it gets worse.
Will we ever see Wren again on Pretty Little Lairs? — Amy
There’s no definitive word on when Wren might return, but let’s just say that seeing Wren again would not be the strangest thing to ever happen in Rosewood. “Marlene [King] and I had breakfast a couple weeks ago and really talked about the character,” Julian Morris says. “He’s definitely still very much a part of the realm of PLL. Really good ideas have been discussed. There’s a lot [potential] to come back, even if it’s just a little bit.” And if Wren is a man of habit, then we’ll likely find him back at Radley, or perhaps more likely locking lips with a Liar.
Best news I’ve heard all week: In case I miss one of the 100 repeats that airs across multiple networks on any given day, Friends is now going to be on Netflix!
Additional reporting by Samantha Highfill and Lanford Beard.