"Last week's episode planted the seed ... "
Oh yes, there will be vomit.
SPOILER ALERT. Though, really, Murphy did the spoiling — we just did the compiling.
Caution: Major spoilers!
"I'm not going to talk about it in any detail because I don't want to ruin it for anyone who's going to watch it."
Blogging just got WAY more hard-core.
Sarah might be a hermaphrodite.
What if Jason Reitman had kept Walter Kirn's ending?
Which character is dead?
And they're so very "meaningful."
In accordance with the Official Vulture Spoiler Policy, we won't ruin it for you here.
The new poster reveals the class of 2010.
This detail has already been made public by the show's producers, but we'll leave the decision up to you as to whether you'd like to learn more.
Isn't Matthew Weiner's spoiler policy a little ridiculous this year? Rich Sommer thinks so too.
Movieline reveals the planned ending that was scrapped in favor of something slightly better.
Who's staying — and who's leaving.
Michael Ausiello and Kristin Dos Santos both just posted blind items on a "shocking spoiler" and both gave different clues.
This is delicious on so many levels.
There's no guarantee these spoilers are true — alternate endings have, apparently, been filmed.
Who's a Cylon now? What's up with Starbuck's Viper? Will they ever find Earth? Who's gonna DIE?
We're terrified of our analog dollars becoming digital cents!
In the era of DVDs, Netflix, BitTorrent, and iTunes, how soon is too soon — and how late is too late — to discuss the plot of a TV show or a movie?
Let's hope these will be ratified by the United Nations and adopted by media worldwide.
We're actually pretty glad we read it, because if we were just watching the episode cold we would probably be totally confused.