What to Watch Monday: Wedding Bells for Bones, HIMYM Is Camp-y, Castle Is Time-Trippy and More – TV Show News

brennan-booth-weddingOn TV this Monday: Bones takes a long overdue walk down the aisle, How I Met Your Mother and Mom tout big-name guest stars and our own Michael Ausiello visits Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm Bones (Fox) | At long, long last, Booth and Brennan finally tie the knot, alongside guest stars like songstress Cyndi Lauper and Emily Deschanel’s real-life hubby David Hornsby. (Watch Spoiler Alert! below for a preview of the nuptials.)

8 pm How I Met Your Mother (CBS) | True Blood vet Anna Camp and Gilmore Girls patriarch Edward Herrmann guest-star, as Ted’s wedding weekend date and Barney and Robin’s minister, respectively. (Thank goodness it’s not the other way around!)

8 pm Hart of Dixie (The CW) | Zoe begins discreetly seeing patients in BlueBell again, to avoid a confrontation with Brick.

8:30 2 Broke Girls (CBS) | Max and Caroline battle the cronut craze with their own creation: cake fries!

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9 pm Life According to Sam (HBO) | This compelling documentary spends three years with Sam Berns, a young patient suffering from the rare genetic condition called progeria.

9:30 pm Mom (CBS) | Christy makes a new friend (Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, The Help) who has biiiig problems. (Maybe some good news will help?)

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10 pm The Blacklist (NBC) | Red and the FBI try to stop a dangerous, anonymous messenger (Prison Break’s Robert Knepper).

10 pm Dream School (Sundance Channel) | The students are encouraged to put their personal problems aside and step up to the plate.

10 pm Castle (ABC) | A grisly murder investigation leads Castle and Beckett to a suspect (Chuck’s Joshua Gomez) who claims he’s traveled back in time. (Siri, where’s the nearest mental institution?)

10 pm Hostages (CBS) | Ellen must perform emergency surgery in her own home; Duncan demands answers from Archer.

Hit the comments with your must-see picks from tonight’s lineup!




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TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from HIMYM, Suits, New Girl, Sleepy Hollow and Other Shows – TV Show News

Every song’s like gold teeth, Grey Goose, trippin’ in the bathroom, but we don’t care — we’re watching TV in our dreams. And we’ve chosen our favorite tube songs for this latest edition of TVLine Mixtape.

We’ve pulled together a collection of tunes from summer finales (and almost-finales) and fall premieres, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we always want to hear your thoughts and suggestions.

So peruse our playlist, and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams! And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @mishasolomontv.

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Breaking BadSERIES AND EPISODE | Breaking Bad, “Ozymandias”
TITLE | “Take My True Love by the Hand”
ARTIST | The Limeliters
ALBUM | The Limeliters (1960)
WHY IT ROCKED | “Times are getting hard,” The Limeliters sing as Walter White rolls a barrel of money through a Navajo reservation. (And his true love certainly does not want him to take her by the hand.) Still, this song, which strikes a strange and beautiful balance between melancholy and playful, is the perfect companion for Walt’s walk. We’ll find out soon enough if Heisenberg will have to abide by the lyrics “say goodbye to everyone,” or if he’ll somehow escape his crystal catastrophe alive.

The NewsroomSERIES AND EPISODE | The Newsroom, “Election Night, Part 2”
TITLE | “Let My Love Open the Door”
ARTIST | Luminate
ALBUM | The Covers EP (2012)
WHY IT ROCKED | The Christian rock band’s rollicking cover of Pete Townshend’s 1980 hit plays as Sloan and Don kiss and Will finally puts a ring on Mac. The cut’s propulsive percussion ends the turbulent season on a happy, hopeful note.

Ray DonovanSERIES AND EPISODE | Ray Donovan, “Same Exactly”
TITLE | “Rock Steady”
ARTIST | Aretha Franklin
ALBUM | Young, Gifted and Black (1972)
WHY IT ROCKED | Let’s call this show exactly what it is (what it is, what it is, what it is): a throwback crime caper with a dark underbelly. Donovan really found its footing toward the end of its freshman season, and this R&B classic by the Queen of Soul starts the finale off just right — setting the tone for an episode that unabashedly celebrates our hero and his flaws.

How I Met Your MotherSERIES AND EPISODE | How I Met Your Mother, “Coming Back”
TITLE | “Souvenir”
ARTIST | Billy Joel
ALBUM | Streetlife Serenade (1974)
WHY IT ROCKED | Oh, HIMYM — just when we think we’re ready for you to end, you remind us why we love you so much in the first place. The long-running series does just that at the end of its final season premiere, giving us our first taste of Ted and The Mother in a flashforward set a year after Barney and Robin’s wedding. Future Ted and his future bride sit at the same table as a despondent, crossword-scribbling Present Ted, and Billy Joel’s yearning voice sings about every year being a gift — a gift that can make all the difference.

Sleepy HollowSERIES AND EPISODE | Sleepy Hollow, “Pilot”
TITLE | “Sympathy for the Devil”
ARTIST | The Rolling Stones
ALBUM | Beggars Banquet (1968)
WHY IT ROCKED | This new series introduced itself with gleeful insanity, and this classic rock free-for-all kicks off the crazy with a brimstone bang. The song juggles almost as many plot threads as the hit new drama does: Jesus Christ, Anastasia and the Kennedys all get name-dropped. If the show proves as devilishly delicious as the Stones’ hit — well then, Lucifer, you don’t need no restraint.

New GirlSERIES AND EPISODE | New Girl, “All In”
TITLE | “Aquí en Mi Nube (Get Off of My Cloud)”
ARTIST | Sonia
ALBUM | Aquí en Mi Nube / Al Final de la Calle / Concierto para Enamorados / 1, 2, 3 (1966)
WHY IT ROCKED | New Girl‘s third season premiere features this swingin’ Spanish Rolling Stones cover to accompany Nick and Jess’ ill-fated Mexican getaway. Nick and Jess may have left their lovers’ nube to return to their cramped LA cloud, but we have faith they’ll weather Schmidt and Winston’s ongoing interference.

The Mindy ProjectSERIES AND EPISODE | The Mindy Project, “All My Problems Solved Forever…”
TITLE | “Borderline”
ARTIST | The Flaming Lips ft. Stardeath and White Dwarf
ALBUM |Covered, A Revolution in Sound (2009)
WHY IT ROCKED | We can so picture a ’90s teen Mindy discovering Madonna’s original version of this song and thinking she was totally rad for finding the “vintage” hit. This grown-up alt cover of the song may be a little cooler than Mindy herself, but it gorgeously accompanies the lady doc’s graciously thwarted wedding ceremony. Also, you just know that Pastor Casey is a huge Flaming Lips fan…

SuitsSERIES AND EPISODE | Suits, “Stay”
TITLE | “Stay with Me”
ARTIST | NO
ALBUM Don’t Worry, You’ll Be Here Forever EP (2011)
WHY IT ROCKED | Rachel and Mike “were never meant to be apart,” and now they won’t have to be! This song plays as Rachel tells her lawyer love that she has decided to stay with him in New York. We hope that Louis’ dastardly discovery won’t mess up these two lovebirds’ chance to be together.


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TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs from HIMYM, Suits, New Girl, Sleepy Hollow and Other Shows – TV Show News

Every song’s like gold teeth, Grey Goose, trippin’ in the bathroom, but we don’t care — we’re watching TV in our dreams. And we’ve chosen our favorite tube songs for this latest edition of TVLine Mixtape.

We’ve pulled together a collection of tunes from summer finales (and almost-finales) and fall premieres, complete with artist and album information in case you want to add them to your permanent collection. Spoilers abound, and we chose songs we liked – but we always want to hear your thoughts and suggestions.

So peruse our playlist, and then hit the comments with your favorite TV jams! And remember: You can always submit questions or suggestions about TV music on Twitter @mishasolomontv.

PHOTOS | Fall TV Spoiler Spectacular: Scoop on How I Met Your Mother and 44 Other Returning Faves

Breaking BadSERIES AND EPISODE | Breaking Bad, “Ozymandias”
TITLE | “Take My True Love by the Hand”
ARTIST | The Limeliters
ALBUM | The Limeliters (1960)
WHY IT ROCKED | “Times are getting hard,” The Limeliters sing as Walter White rolls a barrel of money through a Navajo reservation. (And his true love certainly does not want him to take her by the hand.) Still, this song, which strikes a strange and beautiful balance between melancholy and playful, is the perfect companion for Walt’s walk. We’ll find out soon enough if Heisenberg will have to abide by the lyrics “say goodbye to everyone,” or if he’ll somehow escape his crystal catastrophe alive.

The NewsroomSERIES AND EPISODE | The Newsroom, “Election Night, Part 2”
TITLE | “Let My Love Open the Door”
ARTIST | Luminate
ALBUM | The Covers EP (2012)
WHY IT ROCKED | The Christian rock band’s rollicking cover of Pete Townshend’s 1980 hit plays as Sloan and Don kiss and Will finally puts a ring on Mac. The cut’s propulsive percussion ends the turbulent season on a happy, hopeful note.

Ray DonovanSERIES AND EPISODE | Ray Donovan, “Same Exactly”
TITLE | “Rock Steady”
ARTIST | Aretha Franklin
ALBUM | Young, Gifted and Black (1972)
WHY IT ROCKED | Let’s call this show exactly what it is (what it is, what it is, what it is): a throwback crime caper with a dark underbelly. Donovan really found its footing toward the end of its freshman season, and this R&B classic by the Queen of Soul starts the finale off just right — setting the tone for an episode that unabashedly celebrates our hero and his flaws.

How I Met Your MotherSERIES AND EPISODE | How I Met Your Mother, “Coming Back”
TITLE | “Souvenir”
ARTIST | Billy Joel
ALBUM | Streetlife Serenade (1974)
WHY IT ROCKED | Oh, HIMYM — just when we think we’re ready for you to end, you remind us why we love you so much in the first place. The long-running series does just that at the end of its final season premiere, giving us our first taste of Ted and The Mother in a flashforward set a year after Barney and Robin’s wedding. Future Ted and his future bride sit at the same table as a despondent, crossword-scribbling Present Ted, and Billy Joel’s yearning voice sings about every year being a gift — a gift that can make all the difference.

Sleepy HollowSERIES AND EPISODE | Sleepy Hollow, “Pilot”
TITLE | “Sympathy for the Devil”
ARTIST | The Rolling Stones
ALBUM | Beggars Banquet (1968)
WHY IT ROCKED | This new series introduced itself with gleeful insanity, and this classic rock free-for-all kicks off the crazy with a brimstone bang. The song juggles almost as many plot threads as the hit new drama does: Jesus Christ, Anastasia and the Kennedys all get name-dropped. If the show proves as devilishly delicious as the Stones’ hit — well then, Lucifer, you don’t need no restraint.

New GirlSERIES AND EPISODE | New Girl, “All In”
TITLE | “Aquí en Mi Nube (Get Off of My Cloud)”
ARTIST | Sonia
ALBUM | Aquí en Mi Nube / Al Final de la Calle / Concierto para Enamorados / 1, 2, 3 (1966)
WHY IT ROCKED | New Girl‘s third season premiere features this swingin’ Spanish Rolling Stones cover to accompany Nick and Jess’ ill-fated Mexican getaway. Nick and Jess may have left their lovers’ nube to return to their cramped LA cloud, but we have faith they’ll weather Schmidt and Winston’s ongoing interference.

The Mindy ProjectSERIES AND EPISODE | The Mindy Project, “All My Problems Solved Forever…”
TITLE | “Borderline”
ARTIST | The Flaming Lips ft. Stardeath and White Dwarf
ALBUM |Covered, A Revolution in Sound (2009)
WHY IT ROCKED | We can so picture a ’90s teen Mindy discovering Madonna’s original version of this song and thinking she was totally rad for finding the “vintage” hit. This grown-up alt cover of the song may be a little cooler than Mindy herself, but it gorgeously accompanies the lady doc’s graciously thwarted wedding ceremony. Also, you just know that Pastor Casey is a huge Flaming Lips fan…

SuitsSERIES AND EPISODE | Suits, “Stay”
TITLE | “Stay with Me”
ARTIST | NO
ALBUM Don’t Worry, You’ll Be Here Forever EP (2011)
WHY IT ROCKED | Rachel and Mike “were never meant to be apart,” and now they won’t have to be! This song plays as Rachel tells her lawyer love that she has decided to stay with him in New York. We hope that Louis’ dastardly discovery won’t mess up these two lovebirds’ chance to be together.


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Did HIMYM Preview a Proposal? Pointless Grey’s Intern? Did Rachel Wreck You? And More TV Qs! – TV Show News

Emmys 2013 Neil Patrick HarrisWe’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including How I Met Your Mother, S.H.I.E.L.D., Parenthood and Grey’s Anatomy!

1 | Doesn’t the Emmy producers’ statement that the guy randomly standing behind host Neil Patrick Harris was intentionally planted there, to create buzz/laughter, seem a little suspect?

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2 | What was more shocking about Sunday’s penultimate Breaking Bad: that three masked men could break into a house under police surveillance, or that functioning pay phones still exist?

3 | On Ray Donovan, how ominous was Bunchy’s conversation with the kid who stole his bike? Might next season see him caught in the cycle of child abuse?

4 | TVLine reader DBB asks about Devious Maids: “I’m glad the ‘Who killed Flora?’ mystery was solved, but wouldn’t it have been more satisfying if Marisol had been responsible for the resolution, not the Powells?”

5 | Even though shows like A Baby Story do it all the time – and the family must have given its OK — didn’t Today‘s live-birth segment on Monday feel kinda intrusive?

6 | Is it just us, or does Sleepy Hollow‘s Ichabod not seem terribly broken up about his wife being trapped in some demonic limbo? And yes, we’re only two weeks in, but how has the show not had a storyline yet about Tappan Zee Bridge traffic? #WestchesterCountyHumor

7 | Has anyone realized that once CBS’ We Are Men premieres next week, Harold (John Cho), Kumar (Kal Penn) and Neil Patrick Harris will all be on Monday night TV?

8 | If we never again have to see Mom‘s Anna Faris do a prolonged ugly cry, will it still be too soon?

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How I Met Your Mother Season 9 Spoilers9 | Having now seen How I Met Your Mother‘s Cristin Milioti and Alyson Hannigan sitting next to each other for an episode, they don’t look quite as similar as some first thought, do they? Do you think Ted takes The Mother to the Farhampton Inn to propose? And how can we hack our DVR to record this final season minus the Marshall storyline?

10 | How refreshing is The Voice‘s honesty about contestants’ histories — i.e. Donna Allen’s past membership in Miami Sound Machine or E.G. Daily’s prior work with Pee Wee Herman and Rugrats — especially in comparison to The X Factor‘s attempts to paint Lillie McCloud and Rachel Potter as not having had prior respective successes on the Billboard charts and Broadway?

11 | How funny was it that just moments after S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s Agent Coulson flew off in his car, The Goldbergs‘ opening credits featured Back to the Future‘s DeLorean taking off in identical fashion?

12 | How were Chicago Fire‘s Dawson and Casey able to resist the temptation to run into each other’s arms after that touch-and-go rescue?

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13 | Admit it — you thought Revolution had killed off Aaron, didn’t you? And what the heck was Miles up to in that shed? Any theories?

14 | Could Nick’s hackey-sack have looked any more CGI’d in that New Girl flashback? Also, in the interest of preserving our affection for the character, can we pretend that Winston’s disturbing cat-killing subplot never happened?

15 | Is it OK to ‘ship The Mindy Project‘s Mindy and Danny (which we do) and still hope that she stays with Pastor Casey forever (which we also do)?

Nashville16 | Let us get this straight — Nashville flashes back to the moment before the car crash to reveal that Rayna and Deacon were screaming about absolutely nothing?! Also, how badly did you wince when Deacon mangled his arm in the wreckage? (A total Derek Shepherd moment, right?) And as far as making actors looks many years younger and picking dated clothes/hair, weren’t the Deacon and Rayna flashbacks spot-on?

17 | On Modern Family, did Manny’s letter to Gloria out-awww Cam and Mitchell’s “double yes”? Who’s your prediction for the wedding’s best man/woman? And why are we always startled when child actors sprout over the summer? Biology!

18 | While we’re intrigued by The X Factor‘s replacement for the Boot Camp and Judges’ Houses rounds — the 10 semifinalists in each category will now battle live for one of four spots per team — how come nobody in Simon Cowell’s orbit noticed that the name “Four-Chair Challenge” sounds wayyyyy too similar to The Voice‘s already established “Four-Chair Turn”?

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Parenthood19 | Anyone else wondering why Jasmine’s overbearing mother on Parenthood skipped out on the birth of her granddaughter? Also, forget Kristin’s highly-publicized new tresses for a moment and let’s discuss Adam’s sexy new trim, OK? And did you, too, think you’d finally made it through an episode sans tears, only to find yourself a blubbering mess after the episode-ending engagement?

20 | Show of hands, Glee fans: Who needed to reach for a Kleenex as Lea Michele’s Rachel reached the line “Why he had to go, I don’t know, he wouldn’t say” during her cover of the Beatles’ “Yesterday”? Also: Did they really bring back Amber Riley’s Mercedes for the Klaine engagement scene and not give her a single line of dialogue?

21 | What is the purpose of Grey‘s Anatomy intern Lea? (Anyone…?) And did the premiere remind us that, even as bloodless as it is, an electrocution is perhaps the hardest TV death to witness?

22 | As fun a twist as it was, couldn’t The Big Bang Theory have made up Topless Flashback Penny to look more like a younger, mousy, desperate starlet?

23 | Can Kelly Clarkson please recur on The Crazy Ones? Little Miss Independent was funny, and perhaps the best part of the pilot (aside from a flustered James Wolk being grinded up against).

24 | Was Parks and Recreation‘s explanation of Andy’s hot new bod — he just gave up beer! — enough for you, or did you expect something a bit crazier? And was there anything more perfect on TV this week than Leslie’s reaction to A) Ron’s engagement, B) being Diane’s Matron of Honor, C) Ron’s wedding and D) the aftermath of the impromptu I Dos?

25 | Even avowed Yankees-haters can’t deny: Didn’t one of this week’s most touching televised moments come when Yankees closer Mariano Rivera left the mound for the last time, in tears?

Hit the comments with your answers — and any other questions you care to throw out there!




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Ask Ausiello: Rookie Blue, Castle, SVU, Justified, Nikita, TVD, Parenthood, HIMYM and More! – TV Show News

Justified Season 5Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Dude. Justified. Hit me. —Don
Ausiello: For Season 5, the FX drama is going back to the Cuckoo Crime Family From Hell conceit popularized by the Bennetts of Season 2 (RIP, Mags). This time around, we’ll be introduced to the white trash Florida-based Crowe clan, led by the sexy, charismatic and ruthless fortysomething patriarch Dale. Officially, the Crowes run a gator farm. Unofficially, they deal drugs and murder people and stuff. Dale’s inner circle includes sister Wendy (the public face of the family) and younger brother Danny (described as a romantic sociopath). Got casting tips? Hit the comments!

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Question: Let’s assume Kate takes the job in DC on Castle. How long might the stint last before she returns to the 12th precinct? —Megan
Ausiello: If she takes the job in the nation’s capital — and that’s still a big if — I’ll hazard a guess that she’ll stay put for somewhere between two and five episodes.

Question: Do you have any info on NCIS, Castle or The Mentalist? –Jang
Ausiello: I choose Door No. 2! Lisa Edelstein told our Matt Mitovich that, regardless of how her character — a federal agent who factors into Beckett’s career conundrum — gets on with Kate, she and Stana Katic became the fastest of friends during her three-episode guest-starring turn. “I really didn’t want to do an arc on a show without really investing as much as I could in it, so I walked onto that show with a lot of ideas and wanting to create a real character — and Stana was psyched about that,” the House alumna happily reports. “Those things can go many different directions,” she adds with a laugh, “so I was really happy that she was so gracious.”

VDQuestion: Any scoop on Janina Gavankar’s Vampire Diaries character? —Justine
Ausiello: I hear she’s a real *itch.

Question: Too early for some scoop on season three of Dallas? —Dylan
Ausiello: Actually, your timing is perfect. I just learned that the show is adding a major new female character in Season 3, which starts shooting Oct. 2. The newbie, Heather, is described as a “freckle-faced tomboy” who works as a ranch hand and has a history of making terrible choices when it comes to men. Rumor has it she’s attracted to bad boys, so that noise you hear is the sound of J.R.’s harem expanding. (Hear it?!)

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Question: Nikita scoop, please? Am I right to assume these last six episodes are going to blow us away? —Steph
Ausiello: Yes, you are absolutely, 100 percent right to assume that. You would also be absolutely, 100 percent right to assume that our titular heroine, who went MIA in the finale, will rejoin the team sooner versus later. “The first episode starts with her on the run,” previews co-star Lyndsy Fonseca. “And by the end of it, she’s back with the team.” Bonus Scoop: We hear Nik is keeping company with a pretty rough crowd during her time on the lam.

Question: Loved Sleepy Hollow and thrilled it did so well in the ratings. Got anything on Episode 2? —Henry
Ausiello: Though he very much died in the premiere, we have by no means seen the last of John Cho’s Andy.

Question: Please tell me that you have something about Zoe and Wade’s future in Season 3 of Hart of Dixie? Will they be back together at some point? – Lindsey
Ausiello: I’m sure they’ll get back together at some point. But for now, my hunch is Zoe will have her hands full (not literally because that would be dirty) with Josh Cooke’s new Joel character, whom Dixie creator Leila Gerstein says will be around “for a major arc.” Gerstein doesn’t outright confirm that Joel is coming in as a love interest for ex-Manhattanite Zoe, but her description of him as a “New Yorker moving to Bluebell” paints a pretty conclusive picture, no?

Will and GunnarQuestion: I love Chris Carmack on Nashville. What can you tell me about Will’s love life this season? —Andy
Ausiello: You already know that Will is going to spend some time hooking up trying to figure out what his heart really wants, but showrunner Dee Johnson says that despite their awkward encounter on the couch last season, none of Will’s angst will involve Gunnar. “They worked through it, shockingly and admirably,” she tells TVLine. “I don’t think we’re in a situation going forward where he’s going to be pining for Gunnar. They’re friends. Genuine friends.”

Question: I’d love some scoop on the Miles/Rachel dynamic on Revolution this season. Any movement with these two? —Claire
Ausiello: “It’s going to go back and forth a bit, as those things do,” Billy Burke shares with a wink. As Season 2 opens — dropping a big piece hint along the way that things were hot-n-heavy ‘tween the two in the past — “It’s a little chilly, and then it warms up a bit,” Burke says. “And then things ensue that cause another rift.”

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Question: I might’ve been the only person watching Whitney, but I really miss Whitney Cummings. Any chance she’ll take a more active role – maybe even on screen? – in 2 Broke Girls? —Rena
Ausiello: Even though the comedienne has “got so much DNA in the show” she co-created, executive producer Michael Patrick King says, “she’s touring and doing her stand-up.” (That would be a “no,” then, Rena.) If it’s any consolation, King adds that Cummings “may write a couple of scripts.”

Question: I spent all summer figuring out how SVU will #SaveBenson! Any hints on the premiere? –Erica
Ausiello: It’s “harrowing, challenging and worthwhile,” says Dan Florek of the two-hour opener, which picks up right where the finale left off — with Mariska Hargitay’s Benson being held at gunpoint by William “Burnt Fingertips” Lewis. “I had no idea what was going to happen [in the premiere],” adds the actor, “so when we sat down and read it, first of all I was very moved by it and challenged by it. And then I thought, ‘Boy, Mariska is in for a rough ride.’” Meanwhile, even though the episode is two hours, executive producer Warren Leight says he’s “hesitant to call it a ‘two-parter,’” despite the fact that “the story plays out over both episodes. “That’s very different for SVU. We usually wipe the screen clean after each episode.”

Question: Will Sarah Ramos be back for Season 5 of Parenthood? —Jesus
Ausiello: I answered this Q a few weeks back, but I’ll let Jason Katims confirm it himself. P’hood‘s boss tells us there are no current plans for Haddie to pay the family a visit. “It’s always a question of finding the right story combined with Sarah’s availability,” he adds. “We sort of dealt with this a lot starting on Friday Night Lights, where so many of our characters wound up graduating from high school and sort of leaving the show, and sometimes coming back for either one or a series of episodes, or sometimes a lot of episodes.”

Question: Will Robin Daggers’ How I Met Your Mother encore be set in the present or will it be a flashback? The presence of William Zabka in this pic makes me think it’s the former. —Tessa
Ausiello: I assumed the same. But then I sniffed around and found out it’s another flashback. So I guess I made an ass out of U and someone named Med?

Bones weddingQuestion: Any Bones wedding scoop? —Cara
Ausiello: How about a first look at the groom! (Photo Credit: David Boreanaz)

Question: The Rookie Blue finale was nuts. Got anything to tide us over until Season 5? Have we seen the last of Marlo? —Georgia
Ausiello: Although the writers room doesn’t start up until October — production starts later than usual in January to match the winter setting of the Season 4 finale — and no storyline decisions are set, executive producer Tassie Cameron concedes that Marlo’s professional future looks murky. “We have really, really loved that character,” she says. “That character grew on us. And [Rachael Ancheril] is incredible and lovely. That moment at the end when she cries at the lockers is one of my favorite moments of the episode, for sure. But it would be very hard to imagine her having a regular police job after this. So we’ll have to figure that out.”

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Question: Can I get some Mindy Project scoop? — Felipe
Ausiello: Danny will be issuing a Stalker Alert in November when his crazy eyed ex-girlfriend — who also happens to be his neighbor — becomes obsessed with him. In an effort to neutralize Psycho Amy, Mindy poses as Danny’s GF – which creates a whole new crisis.

Question: Is there a chance Warlow will return to True Blood next season as a ghost? Perhaps to win Sookie’s redemption to move on? —Tom
Ausiello: There’s a chance, but it’s a very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very slim one.

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments, and anonymous tips to askausiello@tvline.com. (Additional reporting by Meg Masters, Vlada Gelman and Kim Roots)

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