Reunion has gotten the ax, so either they’re going to rework the mystery to finish it up in the few episodes they ahve remaining, or they will just leave it unsolved. In either case, it’s not as intended… and I suspect that a number of potential viewers didn’t dedicate their time because they knew it might get axed before the end.
And speaking of cancellation, I should note that Arrested Development has not actually officially been cancelled yet. The season has been curtailed… but they did that last season as well (admittedly, less drastically, doing 18 episodes rather than this year’s 13). Odds are it won’t be back, but it would be interesting if Fox kept this alive as a prestige project, 13 episodes or so a year.
Tuning in to Stacked, I saw the last few seconds of That ’70s Show, and Don Knotts was there playing what was obviously supposed to be Mr. Furley, his characters from the later seasons of Three’s Company. What I didn’t see was if they called him “Mr. Furley” and this was a legitimate official crossover, or if it was merely suggested.
Any thought that the death on Las Vegas last week was merely a “blowing away” was scotched quite quickly in this week’s episode… but the odd handling of it generates a very small suspicion that Lara Flynn Boyle didn’t know she was getting killed off; it was the sort of death scene you can shoot without the actor knowing it’s a death scene
I just realized that I forgot to note to the Buffy nuts reading this that Tom Lenk popped up on House last week.