Are you ready for the most shocking plot twist in Battlestar Galactica's final season? Will you know what to expect in the final two seasons of Lost? Can you see the writing on the wall for a budding romance on Jericho? Reading spoilers isn't just a guilty pleasure, it's all about being prepared for every eventuality. Click through to start pulling together your spoiler preparedness kit.
- Here's another source repeating the rumor that the Battlestar Galactica finds Earth... but it's Earth in our 22nd. century. And there will be a twist of "M. Night Shyamalan proportions." And someone important, maybe Starbuck, dies (again.) Take this with a grain of salt, especially since the source believes Tricia Helfer played Xena. (I'm glad it wasn't us making that mistake!) [SpoilerGeeks]
- In Journey to the Center of the Earth, Brendan Fraser's character (Trevor Anderson) has lost his brother, who believed absolutely that Jules Verne's book was true. And so Fraser takes his nephew, the missing brother's son, on a quest for the missing Max Anderson, using the book as a guide. [IESB]
Another day, another batch of Lost spoilers. Kate and Sawyer don't patch up their recent quarrel any time in the next few weeks. Next week's episode is a Juliet-centric episode, in which all of Juliet's flashbacks take place on the island... and the actor playing Charles Widmore guest stars. Also, Juliet has to make a dangerous trip to the Orchid Station, a facility conducting "highly volatile and potentially dangerous" research. She has to trek through a field full of skeletons. And Juliet initiates a kiss with Jack! [E! Online]
- More Lost spoilers: season four is about who gets off the island. Season five is about why the Oceanic Six have to go back to the island, and season six is about what happens when these characters get back to the island. And one of the Oceanic Six will die while off the island. [Spoilerati]
- And here's another clip from this week's Lost episode:
- On Jericho, Major Beck will feel betrayed by both Heather (whom he has some romantic tension with) and Jake (whom he hand-picked to be sheriff.) In the case of Jake, the Major may break out the Guantanamo-style interrogation techniques to get the bottom of things. But when it comes to Heather, there will probably just be pouting. [E! Online again]
- Here's some dialogue from the March 7 Stargate: Atlantis episode, "The Last Man": Sheppard: Somebody turned up the heat. Hello? If this is a surprise party, it's not my birthday. Sheppard (cont'd into comm): This is Sheppard, anyone read? I repeat, this is Sheppard, anyone on this channel?. Sheppard (cont'd): All right, this is either the most elaborate practical joke of all time, or I'm in serious trouble here. Sheppard (cont'd into comm): This is Sheppard, anyone on this frequency? McKay (v/o over comm): Sheppard, is that really you? Sheppard (into comm): McKay? McKay (v/o over comm): I can't believe it. It actually worked! Sheppard (into comm): What are you talking about? What the hell is going on here? McKay(v/o over comm): Iimagine you're a little confused right now. God, for you, like, what, five minutes has passed? Sheppard (into comm): Rodney! [Gateworld]