Hello everyone, In the coming weeks, I'll be revamping and reviving SpoilerFix.com. My health is much better and my schedule allows me...
Monday, November 10, 2008
- Episode 6.10 will be titled “Street Money.” In this episode the team investigates the 2005 death of Dex Collins, a 30-year-old African-American who wanted to help clear out the city’s drug dealers but was killed before doing so. Source: SpoilerFix.com
- The team tries to find who strangled 27-year-old Jane Everett, a news co-anchor who recently uncovered a scandal about a local factory’s deadly asbestos level, in episode 6.13, “Breaking News.” Source: SpoilerFix.com
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Episode 1.03: When an old friend is found murdered, an FBI Agent visits Henry and says that they don't care about a local murder but that they are interested in the people Henry works for. Henry mentions HIS work and the FBI guy says no, the OTHER place. Henry denies any knowledge of it. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Because of life demands, Jinnie and Kitzzy decided to leave the site. I personally want to thank them for the work they've done for the past few years. Their help was instrumental in making this site what it is today. Thanks both of you and good luck.
Joining the team is Rincey Abraham, who will take care of Supernatural spoilers.
Torchwood Yearbook winners
Congratulations to our five contest winners. Each was contacted via email last week. Winners will receive their prize via mail by Titan Books.
Wednesday, September 17, 2008
"Torchwood: The Official Magazine Yearbook" (Titan Books) is a full-color official tie-in to the much-loved and top-rated show. Compiling the cream of the content from the" Torchwood Official Magazine", with behind-the-scenes secrets from the Hub, cast and crew interviews and a series two episode guide, this hardback volume also contains five exclusive new "Torchwood" short stories to immerse readers in the world of the show, penned by the likes of "Torchwood" scriptwriter Joseph Lidster, Steven Savile (author of Titan's Primeval: Shadow of the Jaguar) and "Doctor Who" novelists Andy Lane.
How to participate: Write a short paragraph explaining why you deserve to win the "Torchwood Official Magazine Yearbook" send it, along with your name and email, to firstname.lastname@example.org. One entry per person. Contest ends on September 23 at midnight EST. Winners will be picked up in a raffle format on September 24. Winners will be contacted by SpoilerFix.com's webmaster on September 24 to request the mail address to send the yearbook. Titan Books will ship the prize directly to the winners.
Good luck to all!
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Episode 2.02 - Hayes Family (aka "Grace"): Parents face off in court to decide if their son, who was killed in Iraq , should have a military funeral or not. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 2.03 – Unwritten: Asian couple Chris Kim and Joanna turn to Eli for help for their 6-year-old daughter Alyssa, who has developmental problems. A slick law associate named Tommy Woo will be introduced in this episode and may recur. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.06 – Catching Out: The team tries to find who is killing families in different towns. The investigation leads them to trains stations and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.09 – 52 Pick-Up: The killer of the week seduces women in bars, guts them and makes them clean up as they bleed out. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 6.07 – One Small Step: The deceased of the week is 12-year-old Danny Finch. Back in 1969, Danny was a nerdy and bookish kid who skipped a grade. In a way to connect with other kids, he agrees to help a few of them build a rocket. While they work on the rocket, the kids are attacked by some teens. Danny’s body is found in a river on the night of the moon landing. The team works with Tom Mcavoy, the former homicide detective who worked on Danny’s case back in 1969. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 8.06 - Therapy: Jim gets help from Scandinavian physical therapist Sven, a huge and muscular man. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Sunday, July 20, 2008
Sunday, July 13, 2008
Because we've lost access to our NCIS spoilers source and because there are not enough spoilers for the show out there except for the official descriptions, I'm sad to say that NCIS will be removed from the site. We will not have access to enough spoilers this season to even keep it on the "other shows" page. If we ever stumble on spoilers that are not already out there, we will post them here on the blog.
We've been spoiling the show since the two JAG episodes that were used to test NCIS. Thanks to the cast and crew for offering us a great series. We will keep supporting you and watching the show even if we can't do spoilers anymore.
On that note, we now have a spot for a show to get its own page. We may give a unique page to two shows, we are still deciding. We need your input. Below is a list of six shows we are currently covering or plan to cover and have enough spoilers to give it its own page. Note that we went for shows that air on one of the five major networks and that air from September to January. Which show should get its own page? Vote now to give us your input.
Voting will be opened for a week.
Monday, June 16, 2008
Episode 2.02: Victory is opening a new store. Rigo, the hunky architect/contractor taking care of the construction, flirts with her. The character will recur in 4 to 6 episodes as a potential love interest for Victory. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Episode 1.12 - And the Truth Will Sometimes Set You Free: A young woman named Kate is raped after a college party and when the two young men deny it and the prosecution finds out she was drunk at the time, they decline to prosecute. One of the alleged rapists is shot and killed and when police begin to question Kate, her ex-boyfriend sneaks off to where the other alleged rapist is talking to the press and shoots at him. He misses and hits Cindy instead. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 1.13: A young woman is kidnapped and evidence leads Lindsay and Jacobi to a body shop where a certain paint is. The owner of the shop had a daughter that was killed years ago and when they bring the man in for questioning, his son calls and says to let his father go or he will kill the kidnapped young woman. When the police fail to do so, he kills her and leaves her in a place that Lindsay can not miss. Later, when the police still haven't let his father go and are taunting him via the press, he calls and says since Lindsay has something of his, he has something of hers. He then sends her a website link and when they go to the site, they see something that shocks them all. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.02: Nancy tries to cross the border to Mexico, but is stopped and grilled by a tough Customs lady. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 3.17 - The Crossing: After a young woman has been stalked for two years, she and her boyfriend move to a different state, hoping to get away from the stalker. When he finds her again and leaves her another gift, she goes to the BAU for help since the police won't do anything until the stalker actually does something illegal. Hotch and Rossi talk to a woman who murdered her husband after claiming he abused her for years. Her two children, both in their late teens, have their own reasons for thinking she killed him, both of a selfish nature. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 3.18 - Tabula Rasa: A young man is in prison as a convicted killer. A female corrections officer is very sympathetic and feels sorry for him and becomes a victim when he takes advantage of her kind nature. The man's birth mother feels guilty about rejecting him when he came to her, asking to be a part of her life, and feels responsible for the man he became. The team convinces her to testify against him when they point out how he has been tying her in to each murder he commits. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Monday, April 21, 2008
- Serena left town because of something that could get her in trouble with the law and not because she slept with Nate.
- Vanessa and Jenny will get some lovin'. Jenny will date someone who she thinks is poor at first -- he walks dogs when they first meet -- but will end up being a rich kid from Upper East Side.
- There will be a wedding.
- Jenny and Blair will face off for Queen B status. This quest to be on top will have Jenny ignore some of her friends such as Eric.
- Chuck will take Eric under his wings and become friends with Serena.
- Rufus will go back to the stage and continue dating.
- Georgina Sparks is back after a year away in Switzerland. She'll show Serena, who is not thrilled to see her at first, that the inner bad girl never dies.
- Gossip Girl will set a new standard for stuff she'll post on her blog.
Friday, April 4, 2008
- A new recurring character will be introduced this season and will be seen more next season. Billy Saccardo is an undercover narcotics detective in his late 30s. This former bad boy is not afraid to bend the rules when necessary. Source: SpoilerFix.com
- An upcoming episode will see the team investigate the case of Chantelle, a drug addict who was caught in a love triangle with a dealer. Source: SpoilerFix.com
- In "Slipping," the team investigates the death of Nancy Hudson in 1962. Her death was ruled as a suicide but new evidence shows that she was murdered. Nancy 's mother, whom she thought died in childbirth, was in a mental institution back in 1962. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Sunday, March 23, 2008
Episode 4.16 - Right Next Door [Airing April 9]: The team investigates at least once kidnapping. Some of the suspects of the week are Connie Dillard, a florist, and Sean Everett, a salesman. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.17 - Like Water for Murder [Airing April 16]: While partying on a beach, a 20-year-old finds a shark and its victim. A real-estate broker turns up dead. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.18 - The Price of Admission [Airing April 23]: Two ex-con child molester pose as a high school senior and his father in order to lure young girls to them. The team investigates the dead of a high school guidance teacher named Robert Greggs. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.19 - Personal Foul [Airing April 30]: Paula Tolomeo, a professional basketball cheerleader, has a secret worth killing for. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 4.20 [Airing May 7]: After weeks of tracking down a killer, the team is closing in on him. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 2.07 - The Lying King: 59-year-old Cynthia Phipps, a committed environmentalist and enemy to corporate America, runs for mayor. A new contractor takes over the Panco construction job. Wayne needs to take care of some troublesome Travelers and gets help from scary Russian henchmen. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Since we spoiled every episode of Moonlight on the blog, we decided to move the show to the site. So look for Moonlight spoilers on the "other shows" page.
Monday, March 17, 2008
It is unknown when the following episodes will air exactly.
Episode 1.11 - Patience: Eli and Keith are building a case against a man named Warden Brown but the man's attorney is convinced they don't have a case. He is very angry when Keith sudden tells the court that one of the witnesses should be treated as hostile. He is later forced to settle because of strong evidence against his client. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 1.12 - Waiting For That Day: A man claimes that a major earthquake will destroy the Golden Gate Bridge on a specific day soon. When nothing is done, the man goes to Eli and they sue the city of San Francisco. The mayor decides to err on the side of caution and closes the bridge. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 1.13 - Soul Free: A man has battled, and beaten, cancer twice but the disease has spread to his brain. He is a former workaholic, married to a rabbi, and decides that instead of fighting it a final time and suffering, he wants to enjoy his last few months with his wife and kids. His wife does not believe that he knows what he is doing and tries to get him declared incompetent. Source: SpoilerFix.com[Last episode completed before the writers' strike]
Monday, February 25, 2008
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Saturday, February 23, 2008
- In an upcoming episode (either episode 7 or 8), Nico works on a cover story about hockey player Chris Parker and his wife Kelly, an ex-pop star. Charles has a heart attack. Wendy must calm a stressed-out line producer of a movie written by Oscar-winner screen writer, Laura Lippman. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Episode 1.02 will feature various flashbacks with Lily Mae Brown, an African-American woman in her 40s who is said to be beautiful. We also meet Hannah Clearly, a British 30-year-old who works at Drew Academy as faculty advisor; Jack Shaw, a working class doorman; and Corey, a smart 5-year-old African-American boy. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 1.04 will be titled "Honor." Amartya Vikram, an Indian supermodel, is raped and stabbed. Luckily, the woman survives. She agrees to help the police only if her name is kept secret. When the rapist is arrested and released on a technicality, she turns to Amsterdam to protect her. In flashbacks from 1813, we discover that one of Amsterdam's ex-girlfriend, Fanny, was raped. Source: SpoilerFix.com
A new recurring character that may become a series regular will be introduced around episode 1.05. Callie Barnett is a Detective sergeant. She has had a relationship with Amsterdam a long time ago. Since getting pregnant by the target of an undercover investigation, Barnett is keeping her private life extremely private which has everyone working with her speculate about who she really is. The baby is being raised by Callie's mother, Louise. Callie is set to be tough, intuitive, reckless at times and extremely competitive. Source: SpoilerFix.com
Episode 1.12 - The Birthday: One of Sam's old friends, Chloe, tells Sam she can't do something with her because of her dying aunt in the hospital. Sam remembers back to the non-amnesiac past when she told Andrea about lying to a guy about having a sick mother or relative in the hospital and putting a picture by the bed of someone in a coma or near coma in case the guy goes to the hospital to see them. Sam decides to check up on Chloe's "relative" and is surprised by what she finds at the hospital. Source: SpoilerFix.com [Last episode completed before the writers' strike]
By the way, Samantha Who? was renewed for a second season.