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Ghost Hunters Find New Life On Destination America

Wait - What Was That?
Jason Hawes, creator of Taps, (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) announced back in June of this year that season eleven would be the last for the successful and popular Ghost Hunters series to air on the SYFY channel. Hawes not only hinted but expressed big things for the Ghost Hunters franchise in the future. The Grassy Knoll Institute is now able to reveal those big plans.

Hawes has been in negotiations with two major television giants, HULU and Amazon Prime Video since his announcement in June. Hawes wanted a 13 episode season with a larger budget for production, editing, and of course, more wonderful ghost busting toys to entice spirits to make contact with the team.

Both HULU and Amazon Prime Video want more input and control on the cast of paranormal investigators. Both networks wanted Hawes to persuade Grant Wilson, co-founder of TAPS and investigator during the Ghost Hunters most popular years. They also want Kris Williams to return as well. The team needs a pretty face. (Sexiest? Yes! But true? Yes!)

Wilson is mulling over the offer and perhaps he will commit to special appearances during high profile haunted locations. As of yet though, he has not come on board.

Kris Williams is another story. She is now living in Australia. Williams stated in print, on social media, and interviews that she would never return to Ghost Hunters. However, perhaps she was jaded from the bloodletting episode from Ghost Hunters International and with a fresh network at the helm, perhaps she will consider a new start. (After all, who doesn't need a paycheck?)

Former Ghost Hunter investigators Amy Bruni and Adam Berry's snagged their own paranormal series titled Kindred Spirits slated to air on Destination America cable channel. However, the show is now moving to the TLC network,  (Debut episode slated to air early October)

With Destination America channel losing out on Kindred Spirits, the cable channel executives approached Hawes and apparently offered a kings ransom for the rights to new rebooted Ghost Hunters. The channel is a perfect fit for the series and would blend in nicely with the other paranormal shows already airing on the network.

Expect Hawes to make the announcement Halloween weekend that he is moving the Ghost Hunter series to the Destination America channel and new episodes will begin airing in 2017.

Good job.... Onto the next....



Doctor Who 13th Doctor Revealed

The Next Doctor Who
Peter Capaldi, the twelve doctor in the ultra popular cult series, Doctor Who, has resigned offering the new director the luxury of picking out a new doctor that would fulfill his or her own vision of the Doctor Who francise.

SPOILER ALERT!!! Stop reading now if you do not want to know who the next Doctor will be!!!

The Grassy Knoll Institute has received credible intel that the next doctor has already been decided upon and are merely waiting until the 2017 season to wrap up filming to allow the actor to fulfill current obligations. 

Steven Moffat, the current Doctor Who showrunner revealed that he is stepping down and will hand the reigns over to Chris Chibnall after the 2017 season is completed. Chibnall will be permitted to put his own spin on the English series and was given the previledge to select the next doctor, the 13th Doctor. For Chibnall, the search was over almost before it began. He knew exactly who he wanted as the doctor to reinvigorate the series to bring it to a level of popularity not realized before.

No folks, we are not talking about Donald Trump, the GOP presidential candidate for 2016. I could almost see Trump stepping out of the Tardis to battle the Daleks informing his companion that the Daleks have no chance of penetrating the Earths atmosphere for the wall he had built was to tall to scale. And oh, the dialog between the Daleks and Trump. 
Daleks in unison: "EX..TERM..IN..ATE!" 
Trump: "You're fired!"

All right, you have waited long enough. Chibnall has selected Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) as the 13th Doctor.....
I'll let that sink it for a moment or two....

Jenna Coleman left Doctor Who to star in an eight part series portraying a young Queen Victoria and her love affair with Prince Albert. Scheduling conflicts for Coleman, filming, editing, and promotion of the series forced the Doctor Who francise to cancel the 2016 season and completely reboot for 2017 - 2018. 

If you recall the last episode had the Doctor wandering the desert and happened upon a small diner. The waitress was Clara Oswald. This episode sets up the cliffhanger for the 2017 season as Clara as the next Doctor. I know what you are thinking. (I'm a psychic remember) You are going to inform me that Clara Oswald cannot be the next Doctor because she is not a Time Lord.

Chibnall will skirt that issue easily explaining that the Doctor and Clara are the hybrid together. In that last episode, the Doctor realized the danger of the two being together and configured a device to remove Clara's memory of him to avoid her from harm. Clara alters the device and the effects are reversed onto the Doctor. At that point, both the Doctor and Clara became one, each sharing an essence and consciousness. Clara retained all of the Doctor's centuries of knowledge and experience.

Since Clara is technically dead, well, frozen in time, she will live as long as she wishes to before returning to Galifrey to complete her death sequence.

Clara also has a Tardis. The Diner Tardis.

And she already has a companion. None other than Ashildr played by Maisie Williams. Ashildr or ME was prominatly showcased in several episodes forshadowing the 2018 season. Williams is signed for the last two seasons of Game Of Thrones but it will only be 13 episodes in total for 2017 and 2018. Williams will have her filming completed allowing her to begin filming Doctor Who.

The 2018 season of Doctor Who will debut the first female Doctor with a female companion.



NCIS Tony Dinozzo Exit Spoiler Alert

Tiva - Tony And Ziva Reunite On NCIS

Sadly, the hit series NCIS is losing another long time member. Anthony Dinozzo, played by Michael Weatherly will be checking out in the season finale several weeks from now. And I know his fate on the show.

SPOILER ALERT!!! Stop reading now if you do not want to know what happens.

The episode opens with Tim McGee at NCIS headquarters on the phone with Delilah. It seems to be a heated exchange. Special agent Athony Dinozzo is seen exiting the elevator with Bishop. As they approach their work stations they spy McGee on the phone. McGee abruptly ends the conversation and hangs up the phone. Tony quipps, "Who you talkin to there McTalky?" McGee looks up annoyed as Gibbs swiftly walks in and anoounces to "Gear Up everyone!" McGee and Bishop make eye contact as the crew is headed to the elevator. 

The case the crew is working plays out through the episode and finally the case is closed. Dinozzo, McGee, and Bishop return to headquarters and stow away their gear. Tony is at his desk. McGee and Bishop are talking in hushed tones. McGee explains that he and Delilah hit a rough spot and Dililah broke off the engagement. Bishop looks longingly into McGee's eyes and the sexual tension is undeniable.

While at his desk Tony receives a cryptic text message saying only, "I WILL." Tony knows very well who sent the message and what the message means. He jumps to his feet and heads to the elevator. The elevator door opens and Gibbs is inside. Tony stops, looks at Gibbs, and tells him that he has to go, he has an important "Thing" that he must do. Gibbs steps out of the elevator allowing Tony to enter. 

As Tony turns his back Gibbs slaps him in the back of the head. Tony turns and asks, "Why the head slap Boss?" Gibbs smiles and flips his cell phone cover down revealing just a smidge of the text he just received, the letters ILL are seen until the cover closes. Gibbs smiles and says, "Its about time Dinozzo!" Tony smiles and Gibbs continues, "Go on, get out of here. Go do your thing."

Tony is seen at the airport purchasing a ticket. A one way ticket.
Next Tony is sitting on the jet next to several noisy children.
Hours later Tony is exiting the plane.

Tony hails a cab and jumps in the back of the taxi. He arrives at his destination, a swanky hotel. He stops at the front desk, and asks if any keys were left for him. The attendant hands him a key to the penthouse suite. He takes the elevator to the top. Tony stops at the door, takes a deep breath, inserts the key, turns the handle and slowly opens the door. In the dimly lit corner of the room Tony recognizes the very familiar silhouette coming towards him. Dinozzo smiles ear to ear and sighs, "Ziva...." You hear Ziva giggling in the darkness. The camera pans to Tony and apparently Ziva lovingly embracing as the room is too dark to make out faces. The camera slowly pans out and fades to black.

Epiloge: The next morning McGee and Bishop are at headquarters casually chatting wondering where Tony rushed off to last night. The elevator opens and Jeanne Benoit exits and walks toward them. She is looking for Tony. McGee informs her that Tony is not here.

Cue the music.....



Hulu Plus 11.22.63 Original Program Series Finale Spoiler

Kennedy Survives Assassination 

Spoiler Alert:
Do not read beyond this sentence lest you want revealed the series ending to 11.22.1963

HULU Plus TV has an exclusive 8 episode premiere mini series airing every Monday. So far, there have been seven episodes with the last set to air Monday, April 4th, 2016. This last episode will be action packed and the Grassy Knoll Institute has gained access to the finale. Hold onto your butts, it is going to be a wild ride.

Jake Ambersons original plan gets foiled as the past pushed back hard preventing him from stopping Oswald from entering the School Book Depository that day. Jake, has to come up with an alternate plan on the fly.

As Jake and Sadie are walking towards Dealey Plaza, he pictures the map of the presidential motorcade in his mind. He now knows what to do. Jake and Sadie hijack a car and race towards Dealy Plaza. Jake steers the car onto Houston Street heading straight for Main Street. He knows the motorcade will be turning onto Houston in a minute or two. Jake realizes that if he prevents the motorcade from turning right onto Houston street, it will not have the opportunity to turn left on Elm Street and will avoid Kennedy being put into the cross hairs of Oswald.

Jake slams the stolen car into several parked vehicles forcing a barrier. Jake and Sadie jump out of the car and flee into the crowd just as the presidential motorcade arrives. The motorcycles that lead the motorcade turn right onto Houston and spot the barricade. They quickly radio to the lead car to alter course. They recommend continuing on Main Street and travel the South part of Dealey Plaza.

The the lead car indeed stays on Main Street street and radios to all drivers that the route has been altered. Oswald watched in Horror as the motorcade procession travels away from him. Oswald attempts to target Kennedy but does not have a clean view. Oswald fires anyway but misses all three times but does manage to hit the Presidents Limo. The secret service immediately shield President Kennedy and the motorcade races away through Dealey plaza. The same panic and bedlam occur just the same, people ducking for running, soldiers and police asking questions, people filming and taking pictures.

Jake and Sadie slip through the crowd unnoticed.

Jake steals another car and takes Sadie to the rabbit hole. He tells her that once they pass through they will be in the future, in 2016. Sadie smiles and agrees. Jake and Sadie return to the future. When they both walk out of the diner storage room, Sadie immediately begins to age rapidly. Sadie ages 53 years in seconds and her heart cannot take the strain. Sadie collapses and Jake grabs her and holds her in his arms. Sadie looks up through her dying eyes and tells Jake, "I love you." Sadie closes her eyes and takes her last breath in the future.

Jake buries Sadie in an unmarked grave on the diners property. He goes back home. He logs onto his computer and researches the JFK assassination. He reads that there was a plot to kill the president but it was foiled by a a car accident on the motorcade route forcing the Limo to change course. A Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested and was murdered by Jack Ruby before he could be brought to trial.

Jake realizes that he has succeeded. America and history has changed. John Kennedy was re-elected for a second term. His brother Bobby followed him for two terms and Teddy Kennedy followed bobby for two terms. And in 2016, JFK Junior is running for President.

Technology advanced as usual, everyone is carrying around cell phones but also the infrastructure of the country has been improved. Hi speed rail is in every major city. You could travel from Cleveland Ohio to Las Vegas Nevada in less than six hours. The twin towers still stand. Most cars in the states now run on electric power. In 2017, the first manned mission to the planet Mars is scheduled. Terrorism is hardly mentioned in the news.

Life is good for all of America. Except for Jake. Jake must decide to let history be as it is now and be without Sadie or go back down the rabbit hole at the diner and begin all over again in October 1960.

Jake walks into the diner and towards the pantry where the rabbit hole is, Jake pauses, takes a few more steps forward, Pauses. A few more slow steps. Fades to black. End of show. Cue the music.



Walking Dead Season Six Finale Spoiler

Spoiler Alert:
Do not read beyond this sentence lest you want revealed who dies in the upcoming season six finale of The Walking Dead airing Sunday, April 3rd, 2016 on AMC.

Yes, yes, we finally get introduced to Negan, portrayed by actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan and his companion Lucille. When Negan appears, you, as fans of The Walking Dead understand someone is going to die. Horribly.... From the business end of Lucille. The Barbed wire baseball bat Negan aptly wields.

There are many candidates to choose from. In the comic series, Glenn dies at the hands of Negan so of course he is top choice for the television series. Daryl is also in the running. Daryl is not part of the comic book series world, thus, his time, although fun and long, may have come at hand. Another likely candidate is Abraham. He has lost his way... Again. And now that he has sparked a new romance with Sasha, perhaps Negan chooses the biggest of the Rick-tatorship. And speaking of Rick, he is the leader of a group of people that has slaughtered a staggering number of Negan's men. An eye for an eye so to speak. Sort of like Carl's eye.

But the season six finale promises to be the most shocking twisted finale of the series.

Something volatile and obscene has to occur. Enter Glenn  Rhee, the nimble former pizza delivery guy making fun of Rick trapped in the tank surrounded by zombies. (Hey asshole in the tank) Up to only a few episodes ago he was the only cast member not to have killed another human being. Glenn then murdered several of the saviors in cold blood while they slept. Negan has to be in the bull pen warming up. He has to be. Right? Right!

Enter the last surviving member of the Greene family, Maggie Greene. Betrothed to Glenn. Pregnant, carrying Glenn's child, and perhaps the future of humanity. Maggie watched as her entire family was wiped from the earth as her father Herschel got beheaded by the governor and her sister Beth's lifeless body was carried out by Daryl. Can this woman withstand any more agony? The answer is no, she cannot.

Glenn, however, must realize the impact of his actions, breaking his own code and murdering human beings. Glenn will be punished. His penance will be to watch in horror as Negan has Maggie chaperoned into the killing zone, has her set upon her knees, forcing Glenn to watch as Negan winds up his bat Lucille and repeatedly strikes Maggie and her unborn baby until both are dead.

You were warned......



Walking Dead Glenn Is Not Dead (Spoiler Alert)

So, after watching last night's episode of The Walking Dead, (Spoiler Alert) I do not believe Glenn is dead. And here is why: When Michonne is schooling Heath about him "Being out there" she says something to the effect,
“Have you ever had to kill people because they already killed your friends and are coming for you next? Have you ever done things that made you afraid of yourself afterward? Have you ever been covered in so much blood that you didn’t know if it was yours, walkers or your friends?"

See there, Michonne is foreshadowing what happened to Glenn. He had the blood and guts of Nicholas on him.  The scene shows only Glenn grimacing, not actually being bitten.

I am sure that Glenn ducked under the dumpster and snuck away to safety. Remember, Glenn is the resourceful one. He knows better than anyone how to avoid the walkers. For God's sake, he was a pizza delivery guy in a previous life.

Glenn is still alive.



Walking Dead Governor Proof Of Life

The Walking Dead Returns
The Walking Dead Returns

Walking Dead Governor Lays Dead On The Ground
Walking Dead Governor Lays Dead On The Ground
The Walking Dead returns February 9th after a shocking mid-season cliff hanger revealing  the supposed death of the Governor by the hands of Lilly. One of the final scenes shows the Governor drawing his last breath after being beaten by Rick, run through with a Katana sword wielded by Michonne, and apparently shot by Lilly at point blank range. However, the Governor is not dead. He survived the attack. The proof of life is all in the photo's.

The first photo clearly shows the Governor lying on the ground, his face in the middle of the red Jeep on the left and the red and white SUV on the right. (Pay no attention to the reflection of our floor lamp shining through onto the television) Notice the walkers coming directly toward the Governor in the center?

Walking Dead Walkers Waltz By The Governor
I point your attention to the red and white SUV on the right in the background as the walkers get closer to the Governor lying on the ground. From this vantage point, the woman walker in the front would be stepping on the Governors head at this point.

Gaze again at the first photo to find a reference point. The vehicle is at the same distance in the second photo as the first. Hence, since the walker is still between the red Jeep and the red and white SUV, the walker is in the direct path of the Governors body.

Walkers Do Not Devour The Governor
Walkers Do Not Devour The Governor
The third photo shows more and more walkers in the Governors path but they just keep walking on by. Every single one of them. In fact, if you study the photo just a tad, you will see that the walkers in the front have already walked by where the Governor should by lying. (See the red Jeep in the back ground, it is further back then the previous two photos showing that the walkers have already passed the Governor)

Two questions here:
One, why are the walkers not descending upon the Governor to devour his flesh?
Two: Where is the Governors body?

I can answer both questions in one sentence. The walkers are not descending upon the Governor because the Governor was somehow able to get up and get out of the walkers path. But how? He was beaten, stabbed, and supposedly shot and left on the ground for the walkers to have their way with him. Pretty damn good justice for the Governor.

However, from the evidence presented here, the governor did survive episode #8, (To Far Gone)  to terrorize another day. Fact, the gunshot fired by Lilly was not shown on film. She could have easily missed with the way her handing was shaking. Fact, the Governor is lying between the Jeep and the SUV. Fact, the walkers do not devour the Governor. Fact, the governor is not on the ground where he is supposed to be as the walkers cruise by.

My theory is that the Governor is still alive and that he had assistance to escape the walkers in the field at the end of episode #8. One scenario is that Carol provided that assistance, pulling the Governor to safety to another one of the vehicles scattered in the prison field. Carol then drove him off to safety, nursed his wound inflicted by Michonne, and found shelter to allow him to heal. There are other scenario's but this one seems to fit the best.

Carol has an ulterior motive saving the Governor. She needs help to get her adopted children back. She needs an ally. A ruthless motivated ally. The Governor is a perfect choice. Both Carol and the Governor can attack with a united front.

No matter who helped or how the Governor escaped, he did!

We haven't seen the last of the Governor or Carol.



HULU Plus Limited Commercials My Ass

Hulu Plus Adds Commercials
Hulu Plus Adds Commercials
I was surfing the cable channels the other night looking for something entertaining to watch and found nothing. I decided to go streaming and switched on my Netflix and Hulu Plus subscriptions. Now for the past several months I have been re-watching the classic 1966-71 soap opera Dark Shadows. The series is about a vampire named Barnabus Collins released from his chained coffin finding himself 175 years in the future back at Collinwood. Google or Bing the rest if you want to know more.

I dialed up Hulu Plus because Netflix had just pulled all the Dark Shadows episodes off their list streaming list. That was fine, no problem, Hulu Plus still had them. I opened my list of programs and selected Dark Shadows and selected episode #399 (Abigail insists that Reverend Trask must be summoned again to find and destroy the witch residing in Collinwood.) The episode is 22 minutes in length.

Now when I signed up with Hulu months ago, it was in clear print that even with my paid subscription there would be limited commercials during each episode. No problem, I could accept limited commercials.

I hit the play button and I immediately viewed a commercial. Only 30 seconds, no biggie. Dark Shadows began with a recap of the previous cliff hanger and then the theme music played. And BAM, another commercial. This time there were three in total. And then back to the show. Six minutes later the program was interrupted with yet more commercials. I was beginning to see a pattern here. In all, there were twelve commercials during this episode.

Finally, the daily cliff hanger aired and the credit music began, (Eerie organ music followed by a stern voice saying, "This has been a Dan Curtis Production) I then checked the actual time it took to air the episode. Thirty minutes. Let me repeat that. Thirty minutes. Limited commercials my ass.

I understand Hulu Plus is only $8 bucks a month but Hulu needs to be truthful with its customer base. It needs to amend its Mission Statement.

Hulu Plus should state before you click that paid button:
Once you sign up with Hulu plus and we have your $8 bucks, you will be able to watch all programs available on Hulu. However, Hulu will at their discretion insert as many commercials as we see fit and call it limited commercial interruptions when in fact commercials will average 7-8 minutes every 30 minutes of viewing. In essence, you will pay Hulu for the luxury of watching your program whenever you want plus watch the commercials, commercials that you cannot fast forward through as you can do on your cable DVR systems. Thank you for choosing Hulu Plus.

In essence, although I like some of the programs Hulu Plus offers, I do not like the commercials that go along with my paid subscription.

BTW, Netflix has all four seasons of Farscape. Just saying.



Walking Dead Governor Is Not A Biter Yet

walking dead governor is not dead
The Governor Is Not A Biter Yet
News Flash:
After watching episode #8 (Too Far Gone) of AMC's series The Walking Dead, the Grassy Knoll Institute has uncovered concrete evidence that the Governor is not really dead but very much alive. The Talking Dead episode hosted by Chris Hardwick and guest Robert Kirkman, (Creator of The Walking Dead) confirmed my findings.

Let me explain. In last nights episode, when the Governor was choking the life out of Rick, Michonne ran him through with her Katana sword. The Gov fell onto his back, mortally wounded, but not dead. Michonne was leaving the "Biters" to complete the task. As the biters approached closer and closer, Lilly appeared, looked down on the still alive Governor, aimed a handgun at the Governor, and with her arm noticeably shaking, fired her gun.

So, the Governor is dead right? Wrong! Here is my evidence.

From the show, we did not see the governor dead. Perhaps Lilly missed. Understandable with her hand shaking so much. Perhaps Lilly had a change of heart and did not shoot. There were plenty of gun shots occurring at that time. Perhaps one of them just happened at the exact time Lilly was ready to fire. And that leaves the Governor alive. Yes, severely wounded, but alive.

Robert Kirkman confirmed in the Talking Dead program that when the producers kill off a main character like Hershel played by Scott Wilson, it is an intense death scene. (Hershel getting his head hacked off by the Governor needing several blows to complete the task) So how did the Governor supposedly die? By a gun-shot to the head that was not shown on camera by Lilly, a new character with no real history on the show. I don't think so.

The Governor is alive, severely injured, but alive. He will surface next season. With a new ally. An ally named Carol.

ADDENDUM: Photographic evidence that the Governor survived the attacks. Governor Proof Of Life



NCIS Ziva David Replacement Revealed

NCIS Ziva Replacement Revealed
NCIS Ziva David Replacement:
The Grassy Knoll Institute reveals credible information and scene stills of Emily Wickersham as the new replacement of Cote de Pablo who played Ziva David.
As the season unfolds, Gibbs searches for a replacement for the departed Ziva and finds agent Bishop, (Wickersham) a quirky NSA operative trained to analyze facts and bring forth the best case scenario. Gibbs likes what he sees and offers the job to Bishop (Wickersham) on the spot. Much like he did with agent Todd.
Gibbs tells Bishop (Wickersham) it won’t be a cake walk and that she will have to jump through some hoops now and again to get the job done. Bishop (Wickersham) replies that she is an expert with hoops.
Spoiler alert! Agent Bishop (Wickersham) will also become McGee’s love interest in future seasons.
Season 11 premieres September 24th



Fringe Series Finale Spoilers

Fringe Series Finale Spoilers
Attention all Fringe Series fans. Prepared for the Fringe Series Finale? Want the Fringe Series Spoilers? Today, depending on your own time line, is your lucky day because you have stumbled upon the very guarded Fringe finale ending including all the spoilers and secrets not yet revealed. I know you may be skeptical after looking around this blog page with all the incredibly good-looking women in the side links but let me just say this.
I have accurately predicted the ending to television series ABC Lost, NBC Persons Unknown, and NBC The Event, and even the most recent FOX House series. Below you will read the finale outline detailing the end game of this popular series. Be warned, spoilers are ahead at the very first paragraph in this post. For those dying to know, read on and enjoy. For those wishing to see the end unfold on TV Friday, leave now and come back Friday evening after it has aired.
Where we last left off, September (Donald) informed Walter that he (Walter) must make the ultimate sacrifice to save the world from the invading Observers. All the components for the plan has been gathered but Peter and Olivia are unaware of what Walter must sacrifice. (Remember when September told Walter that the child must live, and that he meant the child Observer and not Peter Bishop)
Walter reveals certain details to the team:
Walter gathers the team and informs Olivia that she must return to the alternate universe and elicit the help of red-headed Olivia. Walter reiterates once again to Olivia that it will be a dangerous mission. Olivia must retrieve one last piece of the device so Walter can journey through time. Olivia is successful. As soon as Olivia comes out of the tank, she relays a set of coordinates to Walter that only Donald understands.
Donald informs Walter that he is ready and for Walter to prepare. Walter explains that Astrid, Peter, and Donald must create a diversion when the time travel machine is powered on to keep the Observers from arriving to quickly to the scene. Walter and the child Observer will then enter the time travel device.
Hopefully, when Walter reaches the future, he will then introduce the child Observer to the team of Harvard scientists that are artificially creating human intelligence slowly turning themselves into pre-Observers. Walter will explain that what they are doing is the beginning of the end of humanity.
Walter then explains to the team that if he is successful, a paradox will be created as he will have altered the future thus restoring time as it was before the Observers arrived. However, he tells Peter that it is a one way trip. He will not be able to come back. He will be trapped in the future and will not be able to return. September tells Walter the device will be fully powered in two hours. Walter goes to the lab and plays his records one last time. Walter falls asleep.
Peter confronts September and informs him that he is going instead of Walter. September warns Peter that the device was calibrated for Walter, not Peter, and from this universe, not the one Peter is from. peter is concerned that Walter will not follow through knowing the outcome.
Peter steps into the time machine with the child Observer just as Walter and Olivia enter. Walter cries out to Peter to stop and that’s it’s not meant for him. Olivia stares him down and tells him she loves him and to at last bring Etta home. Astrid breaks the silence and reminds the team a diversion must be implemented to keep the Observers from arriving to soon.
Peter arrives in the future, just outside the doors of Harvard University. Outside the science hall is a bigger than life bronze statue of Dr. Walter Bishop. Walter is a hero to the science team working in the lab. History sees Walter as the father of the technology being used to advance humankind’s intelligence.
As Peter introduces himself, a DNA test is performed on him to verify his story. They are intrigued with the child Observer. The child approaches the scientists and touches each of them. In an instant, the child allows the scientists not just to see the future, but experience as if they were living it. Hundreds of years in a single moment.
The Harvard team agree to halt the experiments and since they are the only group working on the artificial intelligence enhancements, the work will stop now avoiding the future they have just experienced.
Peter is relieved and jokingly asks since his father has a statue out front, perhaps there is a job for him in this time line. The scientists laugh and welcome Peter. The child observer walks up to Peter, smiles up at him, and touches him and mouths the words, “Thank you!”
In an instant, the child Observer sends Peter back in time using his own ability to manipulate time. It will be his last act for as Peter disappears into the past, the time line is halted, thus the child Observer is no more.
Final Scene:
Walter is in his Harvard lab, the calendar on the wall shows September 9th, 2008, a sign holder below the calendar says 21 Years, 9 Months, 8 Days without a psychotic episode. Astrid walks in wearing a lab coat, flips the sign holder to 9 days and smiles at Walter and tells him to keep up the good work.
Phillip Broyles walks in the lab and tells Walter he needs a favor. A moment later Olivia and John Scott enter the lab behind Broyles. Astrid is beside Walter, not as his handler, but as his assistant. The only person missing is Peter.
Broyles explains to Walter about a peculiar plane crash and what they found at the crash site. (Remember the Fringe Pilot episode) Olivia is listening intently and looks puzzled as if she is aware that something is amiss.
A moment later a smiling Peter enters the lab carrying donuts. Walter says “Hello son” and continues his discussion with Broyles. Astrid walks by and gently squeezes Walters behind. Astrid smiles at him and Walter gets one of his silly grins on his face and exclaims, “Ohhh, you are far better than red licorice.”
Olivia engages Peter in conversation, introduces herself, and small talk questions ensues. Peter seems uninterested, and is overheard telling Olivia that he is only interested in red heads.
The phone rings with Nina Sharp on the other end. She reminds Walter of his dinner date with her to Celebrate William Bell finding the cure to Peter’s childhood illness. Walter says he has not forgotten and will be there.
John Scott’s cell phone rings. He is talking to the men in the episode that revealed he is one of the bad guys. Olivia looks on at John suspiciously.
Peter stops, looks back at Olivia, studies her form, her blonde hair, her face. Olivia notices Peter staring at her. She allows him to do so for several more seconds before she makes eye contact with him. Peter smiles slyly at her and Olivia reciprocates back the smile.
The time line has been reset with no one remembering any of the past 5 years. Peter changed the future thus eliminating Walter from being committed to St. Claires. Events are now in motion for them to unfold as they did before, sans the invading Observers nor the alternate Peter. (Alternate Peter is now in his own universe)
Astrid takes an old record album from its jacket and places it on the record player, cues it up and places the needle on the vinyl. The sound begins to fill the Harvard lab. The song is At Last by EttaJames.
Peter and Olivia immediately look intensely at each other as the music laps at their ears. Both smile at each other seemingly knowing that they are destined to be together.
At last….
My love has come along,
My lonely days are over,
And life is like a song.
Oh yeah yeah,
At last,
The skies above are blue,
My heart was wrapped up in clover,
The night I looked at you.
I found a dream, that I could speak to,
A dream that I can call my own.
I found a thrill to press my cheek to,
A thrill that I have never known,
Oh yeah yeah,
You smiled, you smiled,
Oh and then the spell was cast,
And here we are in heaven,
for you are mine…
At Last….
Cue the Fringe ending music….
The Beginning….



House Series Fianle Spoiler - Everyone Lies - And Dies

Gregory House Dies
Welcome you lucky bastards to those who regularly read my blog or have somehow stumbled upon this page by pure chance. It is your lucky day. For I am revealing three weeks in advance the ending of the FOX network series, House. As I have done so accurately previously with ABC Lost, NBC Persons Unknown, and NBC The Event, I offer this finale outline script detailing the end game of this popular series. Be warned, spoilers are ahead at the very first paragraph in this post. For those dying to know, read on and enjoy.
House series finale episode titled, Everyone Dies.
The episode opens with House attending a funeral. Doctor Wilson’s funeral. The radical procedure Wilson went through with House’s assistance to shrink the tumor failed. In fact, it accelerated the process and burst killing Wilson. House is alone at Wilson’s casket and stares at him lying in the coffin, and calls Wilson an idiot one last time. Doctor Taub is precariously absent from the funeral. The rest of the team returns to the hospital to take on a new case.
Meanwhile, across town, Doctor Taub wakes up in a hotel room next to a sexy 21-year-old blonde nurse. She speaks softly into Taub’s ear, “Good morning sleepy head.” Taub smiles up at her when the hotel room bursts open. A man with a gun comes toward both Taub and the blonde nurse. He is ranting something to the effect that he warned her what would happen if he ever caught her cheating on him again.
As House sends his team out to perform several tests on the new patient, Doctor Remy Hadley (13) visits House in his office. She does not look well. Her disease has progressed rapidly and 13 asks House for a favor. She reminds him of a conversation they both had several years back when House promised to take her life when the time came when she was to far gone in her disease. House sighs and calls 13 an idiot but complies.
That evening as the team is busy running more tests House leaves the hospital and goes to 13’s apartment. Hadley lets him in and House unpacks his medical bag and tells 13 to change into something she feels comfortable in. House than hooks 13 up to a morphine drip and turns his phone off so he and 13 will not be interrupted.
While House is assisting 13, the patient the team is working on goes berserk. He jumps from his bed and stabs Doctor Adams in the throat and she crumples to the floor. Doctor Chase attempts to subdue the patient and gets his throat cut and is spewing blood. He then unceremoniously throws Doctor Chi Park out the picture window. Doctor Foreman rushes in with a security team and moves toward Chase to tend his wounds. The crazed patient charges the guards and a security officer pulls his gun in panic and fires. His aim was not true. Foreman is hit and lies on the ground dying. Moments later, the patient is subdued but Adams, Chase, Foreman, and Park lay dead on the hospital floor.
Back at the hotel room, Taub attempts to reason with the crazed man but to no avail. Three shots are fired. Taub lay dead on the bed. The blonde nurse dead on the floor beside Taub. And the crazed husband, dead on the hotel room doorway.
As House and 13 wait for the morphine drip to take effect, small talk ensues as the medicine drips into 13’s veins. Remy, (13) admits to House that she always had a thing for him and would have “So done him” alone and with several of her girlfriends if only he would have asked. House smacks his head and calls himself an idiot. 13 smiles as House injects a syringe of medicine into her veins and she slowly loses consciousness.
House checks her pulse, unplugs her from the morphine drip, packs his equipment up, adjusts her blanket, kisses her forehead and softly says goodbye.
Final scene:
House returns home, clicks on the lights, goes to his secret stash of pain killers, downs three or four vicodin pills and swigs down some whiskey. He curls up in bed and closes his eyes. He is awoken by movement in his apartment. He opens his eyes to see Doctor Cutner standing at his bed side.
House realizes he is dreaming and engages Cutner in conversation. House asks him why he killed himself, and why is he here now. Cutner replies, “I’m here for you House. You were always curious of what was beyond death. I’m here to guide you to your biggest puzzle ever. Are you up to it?” House nods yes. Cutner replies, “Let the journey begin. Get out of bed and follow me through your front door.” House gets up and puts pressure on his bad leg. There is no pain at all. He rolls his pant leg up to see a perfectly healthy leg. He looks at Cutner in a funny sort of way, and follows him. The door opens and both walk through.
The door closes. Lights fade. Cue the House ending credit music.
But wait. Less than ten seconds into the ending credits, Dominika Petrova, House’s wife, unlocks the apartment door and walks in. She flicks on the lights and announces to House that she has returned. She has some wonderful good news. She announces that not only does she love House and wants to continue to be his wife, but she is pregnant with his child.
She calls out to House again. She walks toward the bedroom and spies House in bed, the sheets rumpled. She bends down and kisses house on the cheek and becomes startled. Dominika realizes House is dead. She clutches her belly and cries.
Ending credit music continues…..
The End!



ABC Lost Sequel - Beyond The Church

ABC Lost Sequel - Beyond The Church
ABC Lost Sequel - Beyond The Church
Life After Lost. The Grassy Knoll Institute is offering our own unique ABC Lost alternate ending in a four episode arc. The story begins where Lost ended, at the church where the castaways all gathered in the series finale. In this series, many answers will be given. Loose ends tied up. And a mention or two of Juliet's amazing rack.
In brief, The castaways are not dead. They are not in Purgatory. I guarantee no alien involvement, nor virtual reality. They are very much alive. All of them. Tune in for the four part series by clicking the links below.

ABC Lost Sequel - Beyond The Church

ABC Lost Sequel - Reality Check 07/12/2010
ABC Lost Sequel - The Seed - Part 1-4 07/19/2010
ABC Lost Sequel - The Harvest - Part 2-4 07/26/2010
ABC Lost Sequel - Comes A Time - Part 3-4 08/02/2010
ABC Lost Sequel - After The Gold Rush - Series Finale 08/09/2010




ABC Lost Sequel - After The Church

Oceanic Flight 815 Continues
Oceanic Flight 815 Continues
ABC Lost Altenate Ending
ABC Lost Altenate Ending
Yesterday morning I was greeted by a knock at the door at the secret lair offices of the Grassy Knoll Institute. I opened the door to find a large strong box at my feet. Looking up I caught a glimpse of a white colored courier truck turning the corner scurrying out of sight. I carried the box inside.

Upon inspection, the address label was from Culver City, California. I fetched my wire cutters and opened the strong box. It was air tight and a whoosh of air pushed out. The contents were concealed by shredded straw. It reminded me of the scene from A Christmas Story, the part where the old man won a major award and it was delivered in a huge wooden crate marked FRAGILE! I thrashed through the straw to reveal the treasure inside.

I was rewarded a moment later as my fingers found several round metallic objects amidst the straw. I gently lifted and removed one of the objects from the box and placed it on the table next to me. It appeared to be a film canister. The film was dated 2007, and emblazoned on the side was printed, Property of Touchstone Television, a now defunct production company. Opening the canister revealed an almost pristine condition film. Written on the canister itself was an inscription; ABC Lost Finale Arc – J.J.A. adaptation, After The Church sequel. (This was very Mr. Chang like from Dharma Institute showing a black and white film)

Attached to the top of the reel was a cryptic note addressed to the Curator of the Grassy Knoll Institute. The contents of the letter suggested that I view the films enclosed and continue my Lost updates as I had the past six seasons. There was no reason why I should, but I suspected viewing the films would shed some light.
I admit, I was intrigued by this find. However, being a dedicated Lost fan, I knew that the Disney Studio Company produced LOST under the ABC Television Studio moniker. Hence, this was merely an elaborate hoax. Or was it.

My curiosity piqued, I went to the basement closet for my film projector and screen. I dusted them off and brought them to the media room. I threaded the film and hooked the projector to the sound system and clicked the play button. The best case scenario, I was expecting to see out takes and bloopers from the past six seasons and maybe even a snippet or two of a story arc not fleshed out. Perhaps a hint at alien involvement and virtual reality. Why else would I have received this case? Instead, what I saw was astounding!

I immediately summoned the Grassy Knoll Institute executive staff to the board room to evaluate this particular discovery. We decided to investigate these mysterious films in detail. We started with the origin of the films. We discovered that Touchstone Television was absorbed by Disney Studio in 2007 and then later renamed ABC Studio’s, which was the official production company of Lost. Furthermore, after watching the first of four episodes (Titled The Seed) we came to the conclusion that what we now had in our possession were original storyboard episodes slated to be Lost’s series finale sequel arc. The euphoria we were feeling was on the same level Indiana Jones must have had when finally finding the Lost Arc of the Covenant.

Apparently, these Lost sequel episodes were pardon the pun, Lost in the sea of production crews and editing during the selling and buying of the Touchstone Television production company. The format of the films were in story book fashion, (Art work panels of scenes, characters, for each scene) with a narrator explaining the scene and dialog for each character.

The consensus of the executive team was unanimous, (Except Gumby, who abstained,) to forge ahead and critique these found Lost episodes and update them every week.

ABC Lost Sequel Part One Found Here titled: The Seed.



ABC Lost Sequel - The Seed - Part 1-4

Lost Sequel  - Episode One - The Seed
Lost Sequel  - Episode One - The Seed
The Grassy Knoll Institute, like many other Lost fans, were not satisfied with the series finale ABC network presented May 23rd. The whole get me to the church in time and walk into the light to Heaven didn't get it for me. Not because my virtual reality controlled by aliens theory was wrong, (It was dead wrong) but because I felt cheated, that this merry band of castaways, half of them murderers, on and off the island, all got a free pass into Heaven. I needed more closure. I needed more loose ends tied up. I needed to know why season five was all about time travel and Daniel Faraday's time displacement theories.

So I decided to formulate my own Lost series finale. (I promise, there are absolutely no aliens involved in this new arc) I sat down at my computer and banged out several episodes that begins where the series finale ends. When the castaways were all gathered in the church, all happy, awaiting eternal bliss in Heaven with their loved ones. I will use my standard Lost Update format that I used for the previous six years to tell my story to maintain continuity. My first offering in the Lost Chronicles series finale arc is titled, The Seed. I hope the ending will blow your mind. I know it did mine.

Lost - A New Beginning
Lost - A New Beginning
While watching The Seed last night, for a moment, I thought I was having my own type of Lost flashback. All the Lost castaways were gathered in the church, albeit a different church, and Ben Linus was still mulling around outside. This first scene was almost identical to the final five minutes we viewed back on May 23rd 2010. Until Jack hears something in the back of the church. (Don't worry Lost fans, there are no aliens involved conducting experiments on the castaways) (and you can trust me, I tell the truth, unlike the writers of Lost) Following is my critique of The Seed, the first episode of the end game series.

Enough rambling, on to Episode One, season Seven

Finally, the Lost island journey was over. For what appeared to have been several thousand years and countless life times, the journey was complete. The prize, (Salvation) awaited them all in the light. All Jack and the rest of the castaways had to do was follow the good shepherd, (Christian Shepherd) into the promised land. Emotions of joy, peace, happiness, and love overwhelmed the castaways as they lovingly embraced each other as they slowly proceeded to the church altar archway, the source of the light, all that is good and peaceful.

As Christian led his flock toward the altar archway, Jack got a subtle sensation of being watched as the hair on the back of his neck stood straight up. Out of the corner of his eye, he noticed a slight movement outside, through the stained glass window. Was it Ben Linus finally coming inside, or was it something... For just a moment, Jack tensed, painfully remembering what life on the island had been for so many years. Seconds later, relaxation and peace returned and he was again hugging and kissing Kate, the love of his life, as they walked hand in hand towards Salvation.

Sawyer was also quite tranquil, having been reunited with his true love, Juliet, (And her amazing rack) basking in his glory. He also noticed movement in the back of the church, lurking in the shadows. Sawyer took his gaze from Juliet's amazing rack for a moment and whirled his head around to take a better look. All he could mutter was, "Son-Of-A-Bitch!"


A moment later, all hell broke loose. Heavily armed uniformed soldiers appeared from the shadows outfitted in riot gear and moved toward the castaways. The soldiers quickly advanced to the altar archway surrounding the castaways. A loud explosion extinguished the guiding white light covering the church in total darkness. The castaways screamed out in terror and sorrow as the soldiers began ushering them through the archway.

Sawyer could barely see in the almost total darkness but went on his own offensive attacking the soldiers around him and Juliet. He put up a valiant effort but there were too many of them. In a short span of time, Sawyer was pummeled and bloodied and his shirt was ripped from his body. (Ain't that always the case) He and Juliet were dragged off kicking and screaming by the soldiers through the archway.

Sayid also rushed toward the soldiers but was swiftly knocked unconscious with a blow from the blunt end of a rifle. A soldier silently dragged him through the arch disappearing into the darkness with a dull thud.

John Locke, a stunned look on his face, simply stared at the scene unfolding in front of him, frightened beyond comprehension. Locke grasped at his legs, making sure he still had use of them. Two soldiers grabbed him from behind and pushed him through the archway. Locke pleaded with the soldiers for an explanation but to no avail. The soldiers spoke not a word.

Jack shielded Kate behind him and took an aggressive stance waiting for the soldiers. He threw wild punches and connected with several on the soldiers flak jackets. His attack was useless. The soldiers grabbed Jack and unceremoniously dragged him toward the archway. Jack looked up and saw his father viewing the carnage from above. He yelled out to his father for help but did not receive a reply. Kate attempted to run from the church but found the doorway locked. She pressed hard against the doors in hopes of snapping the lock but the soldiers were upon her in mere seconds.

Desmond and Penny were corralled and right before he slips into the darkness of the archway, he spies Jack and utters his famous lines, "See you in another life Brotha!" Desmond and Penny vanish into the darkness in the arms of the soldiers.


In a matter of less than thirty seconds, the castaways find themselves in a steel hull. In total darkness. Metal doors are heard shutting and locking. (From a soothing warm white light to a harsh cold darkness.) Jack and Sawyer yell and pound on the steel door demanding to be let out but to no avail. The rest of the castaways struggle to find their footing as the steel prison they are in begins to move.


Meanwhile, Ben Linus, still seated outside the church, upon hearing the explosion and scuffle inside, rises from his bench and runs to the doors but finds them locked from within. He pushes on the doors as if to test their strength, then checks his watch, gives his wily smirk, and briskly walks down the cement path away from the church. The camera zooms out revealing several people out of focus waiting for Linus in the parking lot. Ben is giving instructions or commands, as no audio can be heard and the shot is from a distance not allowing me to make out who is actually there. (Perhaps it is Michael, Eko, Paulo, Widmore)


Flash back to the castaways in the transport vehicle. The castaways are panicking, struggling to stay on their feet in the darkness. The camera pans out from the darkness inside to reveal a semi truck hooked up to and pulling an overseas container. (The identifying markers on the semi truck door indicates Dharma Initiative insignia.)


Camera cuts to the transport vehicle, the overseas container. Inside, Sayid slowly awakens from his stupor. He hears panic in the voices of the castaways. He hears Jack bellowing, talking to his dead father, (Who isn't there) asking why this was all happening. Asking his father if it was all just a dream, some sort of maniacal torture.

Sayid seeks out Shannon and comforts her as best he can. He vows to Shannon that he will find a way out of there. Sayid soothes Shannon and informs her that he is going to survey the surroundings, to hopefully find a breach in the transport. Reluctantly, she releases her hold on Sayid and he walks to the back of the transport.

John Locke tried to man up but is so depressed, he just cowered in a corner, pressing his hands against his head as if in agony. He blathers unintelligently about the ying and yang, light and dark, good and evil, life and death, heaven and hell.

Meanwhile, Sayid is attempting to find some sort of escape but to no avail. The container walls are made of steel. There are no skylights, no sliding doors, no exit. Even knowing there is no escape, he continues to search for some sort of latch, or hatch to gain his freedom.


The castaways slowly begin to assemble in the back of the container. Hurley suggests a roll call to see who all is there and if perhaps anyone escaped the soldiers. Hurley begins by announcing his name, Jack chimes in with his, and Kate speaks her name. Sayid begins to speak when an overpowering noise fills the container. The sound is a humming noise that turns into the Smoke Monster metallic sounds. This keeps up for almost thirty seconds. Jack Flashes back to the "Room 23" subliminal messages that were playing. Then all at once. Complete silence. A woman cries out, it sounded like Shannon, screaming out to leave us alone, and what have we ever done to you. The screaming turns into whimpering and then sobbing.


Shuffling of feet and heavy breathing can be heard when a new wave of sound breaks the silence. This time it's music. It sounds like 1960's music. The lyrics to the song are...

"Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere"

I think I'd like to go
back home
And take it easy
There's a woman that
I'd like to get to know
Living there

Everybody seems to wonder
What it's like down here
I gotta get away
from this day-to-day
running around,
Everybody knows
this is nowhere.

Everybody, everybody knows
Everybody knows.

Every time I think about
back home
It's cool and breezy
I wish that I could be there
right now
Just passing time.

Everybody seems to wonder
What it's like down here
I gotta get away
from this day-to-day
running around,
Everybody knows
this is nowhere.

Everybody, everybody knows
Everybody knows.

The song repeats, over and over, getting louder every time, as if it is on a loop. Charlie knows the song, he remembers it from Neil Young's debut album in 1969. Charlie remembers that his band Driveshaft got their start opening for Young years ago. Charlie clutches onto Claire and sings along to the tune. Hour after hour the song and lyrics are drilled into the memories of the castaways by brute force. They cannot escape it. They cannot speak or communicate over it. All they can do is listen to it. At one time or another, all castaways are seen humming or lip syncing to the song. Hours later the music stops just as quick as it started. The metal container they are in also comes to a halt. Hurley blurts out the song was playing for 23 hours straight.

Sayid smells a faint whiff of a gas slowly seeping in. He commands everyone to cover their face with their clothes and to avoid taking any deep breaths. Slowly the castaways succumb to the knock out gas and they are lying on the floor of the cargo container.


It's daylight, outside, the camera is panning slowly from the left revealing an island setting. A large metallic object with the Oceanic Airlines logo comes into focus. It's Oceanic Flight 815's engine. There is complete silence. (No audio)

The audio begins as the camera pans onto the beach, showing the crashed Oceanic Flight 815 fuselage bent and twisted on the island. (This scene reminded me exactly like the very end of Lost, after the big reveal, when the network came back from commercial. Showing the last scene, the wreckage of the plane from several angles on the beach, sans people)

The camera iris blinks, the sky flashes, and the castaways are back where they started. Strewn across the beach, lying still. In unison, the camera focuses and zooms in on a close up of each castaways eyes suddenly opening, displaying them across the screen simultaneously.


As in the pilot episode, some castaways are moving and running around while others are aimlessly walking about. Jack sees familiar bamboo and gives the impression he knows he's back on the island. He gets up and runs toward the beach noticing a sharp pain in his side, the same pain he had when he originally crashed on the island. Blood is slowly seeping out of his wound.

The castaways all gather in the clearing and come together. Hurley once again attempts to count who was present and who didn't get captured.

Lost Deja Vu All Over Again
Deja Vu All Over Again
Charlie surveys the scene in front of him, then surrealy asks, "Guys, Where are we?" (Just as he did in the Lost pilot in 2004 after hearing the smoke monster metallic sounds)
Jack laments, "We're back. We're back on the island."
Charlie mumbles and sings under his breath, "Everybody knows
this is nowhere, Everybody knows this is nowhere!" (Which were part of the lyrics of the song piped in during their captivity in the semi trailer.)

Cue the Lost logo and music.....

Well, what do you think Lost fans? Do you like this new story arc, or like sheeple, will you walk dutifully into the light directed by Christian Shephard? let me know in the comments, but more importantly, let me know what your theory is...

ABC Lost Sequel Part Two Found Here Titled: The Harvest.