Will Jin and Sun reunite?
Is Charlotte a goner?
And which totally creepy long-lost Lost friend is going to reappear?
These are a few of the burning questions we'll tackle in today's roundup of exclusive TV scoop, along with the latest on Gossip Girl's Nate and Blair hookup, an Officemate who is coming back (for better or worse!) and you know we have to tackle that kiss everyone's talking about on Grey's Anatomy... Kate in Wacahoota, Fla.: I'm tired of hearing about the Addison/Derek kiss! Tell me it's not going to happen. If Meredith and Derek break up over this, I'm out. Shonda Rhimes is a liar.
It does appear there is a kiss in the promo, but as I said before, there will be no romance between Addison (Kate Walsh) and Derek (Patrick Dempsey). My source said "your eyes are playing tricks on you." So fear not! And for the love of nonlovers with good hair, keep the pins away from your Shonda voodoo doll, OK? Bella in Austin, Texas: Do you know if David will return with Donna when she heads for 90210?
There's a chance Mr. Silver (Brian Austin Green) will eventually head back to the infamous ZIP code. He's currently in Japan, but Tori Spelling tells us, "His lady Donna is in L.A., so maybe he'll come on over." For you hard-core original 90210 fans, don't worry, David's not hitting the speed anymore. He's clean and "he's a papa now," adds Tori. Sam in Edmonton, Canada: Has there been talk of a sequel to Dr. Horrible?
Neil Patrick Harris tells me: "Joss wants to do more of it, but he's a very popular man at the moment." (Dollhouse premieres this Friday on Fox, in case you hadn't heard.) Still, NPH says he's totally down to do the sequel—assuming Joss wants him back. "I hope they don't recast it with Tobey Maguire. That would be a buzz kill."
Randall in New York: Any chance for a HIMYM musical episode?
Neil tells me he's pushing for it: "We're down to do the big Broadway version of How I Met Your Mother." But Alyson Hannigan is secretly hoping it doesn't happen: "I still can't sing!" Whatever! Neither can Sarah Chalke, but that didn't stop Scrubs from doing its award-winning musical ep. And something tells me Lily could be an excellent rap artist. Rachel in El Cajon, Calif.: Do you know if Will Arnett will guest star on Amy Poehler's new show?
Doubtful. Amy Poehler tells me, "No, I don't think so. He's focusing on his new show on Fox."
That's the new animated series Sit Down, Shut Up, with two of his Arrested Development buddies, Mitch Hurwitz and Jason Bateman, and Pushing Daisies' Kristin Chenoweth. Arnett, meanwhile, had told us he wouldn't guest star on any series that didn't have a name, so at least they have that one cleared up! (It's called Parks and Recreation, and you can hear my take on the pilot script here.) Tony in Peoria, Ill.: I have to assume with the Jam wedding in the future, Roy may make another appearance on The Office. Am I right?
David Denman (Roy) is gunning for it saying his storyline was "left open-ended." "I'm sure there will be some point where Roy will show up at a wedding or something and cause some chaos," he tells me. For the sake of PB&J, I sure hope he doesn't. James in Rocky Mount, N.C.: Have you heard anything about Hilary Duff's new show on NBC?
We just caught up with Duff herself on the set of Ghost Whisperer (more later), and she addressed the rumors that her Peacock net series would be called Barely Legal. "That's an option for one of my shows," she says. "It's one of my favorite pitches so far, but I still have two more options." Spencer in Westlake, Calif.: Hi, Kristin! Anything on Heroes?
For scoop, check back tonight for the Heroes Redux. In the meantime, one of my faves, Greg Grunberg, just shot a new PSA for his epilepsy foundation, TalkAboutIt.org
, with the one and only Mr. Rachel Green, aka John Mayer, and we hit the set. Mayer tells us he got involved because "Greg is one of the most human celebrities in Hollywood, and I feel like I'm able to come to somebody as a person and say, 'Hey, talk about it.' " Some of Grunny's other pals taking part in the project are Hugh Laurie, Jesse Spencer, James Denton and Adrian Pasdar. And of course, J.J. Abrams. Note to you Star Trek fans: Greg says he has a little "something" in the new movie that "you're going to have to find." So keep those eyes and pointy ears peeled! ( Collapse )SourceI know we love spoilers, but I'm sorry that Kristin's writing is so annoying