A quick Q&A session before the weekend? Today: "United States of Tara," "Bones," "How I Met Your Mother," "Grey's Anatomy" and, uh, "Jericho." Yeah, "Jericho"…

Hey Korbi, Thanks for your "United States of Tara" stuff. It's my new favorite show, but it's the stuff with the kids I like the most. What's going to happen with Kate and her stupid boss at Barnabeez? -Jessica
I think Kate is going to report Gene to Barnabeez HR. I'm not sure if she goes to them or if they find out through someone else, but our girl is definitely filing a report on him before the end of the season.

"United States of Tara" gets better every week, but I was pretty surprised last Sunday when Max told the therapist that he might not be able to love Tara if she takes on another crazy alter. Isn't that what he said? It was an intense scene, but that's what I understood. -Kelly
Yeah, that's what I heard too. I think it was a moment of total frustration and it just slipped out. But Max has been nothing but supportive up until this point. It would be unrealistic if he didn't eventually break. We will definitely be seeing more of Max's limitations before the end of the season. He will enter group therapy for the spouse's of DID patients pretty soon.

Anything on "Bones"? It's been a while. -Fahim
Look for the return of Booth's brother Jared (Brendan Fehr) this spring. Seems the elder Booth is trying to secure a job for his baby brother, who lost his previous position when he helped save Seeley from the Gravedigger. I'm told the two siblings will get into a huge fight and some damaging words will be exchanged.

That Derek-Meredith scene last night on "Grey's"? I did NOT like it. I knew the show would never let the proposal actually happen. What the hell! -Kate
I like your passion, Kate. But Derek will propose. Soon. I promise.

"How I Met Your Mother"! -Marisol
I'm hearing Barney will service his 200th satisfied (female) customer before the end of the season.

Save "Jericho"! -Martin

Okay, sure, this statement arrived in my email inbox a long, long time ago. But I bring it up now, 'cause there's a new development in the old peanut saga. Have you heard? "Jericho" lives on

Posted by:Korbi Ghosh