Things are not looking bright for New Girl's resident goofball, Schmidt (Max Greenfield), in Season 2.
Schmidt already faces competition from Cece's new boyfriend, who will be played by Nelson Franklin. And now there's a second character who isn't exactly his biggest fan: Winston's mom. Television veteran Anna Maria Horsford will guest-star as the "tough-talking" Charmaine Bishop, TV Line reports.
Where do I start? First, a little self-indulgence. This magnificent episode part three of a three-parter aired on my birthday. So, Shonda darlin', thanks for the beyond-awesome birthday present! OK, enough of that. How fabulous was tonight? We knew in our hearts that Meredith would live. I enjoyed reading the plethora of comments the last few weeks, some predicting that "if Meredith dies, maybe she'll continue as narrator à la Mary Alice on Desperate Housewives? Nope. The title of the episode was "Some Kind of Miracle."Last week when Denny and Dylan showed up in Meredith's temporary afterlife, I thought maybe that would be it. I thought Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyle Chandler were just there for quick cameos with hardly any lines. I absolutely loved how much screen time they had tonight especially Jeffrey. Give that man an Emmy nomination for tonight, please (to make up for him not getting one last season). My favorite Denny scene was him praising Derek...
Question: Isn't Noah Wyle supposed to do four episodes of ER this year? When is he coming back?
Answer: Although nothing's official, look for Dr. Carter to reappear (far, far, far away from County General) in January or February. Speaking of ER, I hear producers are looking for an African-American actress in her fifties (not a typo) to play a no-nonsense ICU doc who butts heads with John Leguizamo's Clemente. (Note to ER's casting director: This role has Anna Maria Horsford written all over it. Trust me.)