Jericho and Third Watch alum Brad Beyer has booked a two-episode arc on NCIS during November sweeps, TVGuide.com has learned.
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In last week's episode of Jericho (Tuesdays at 10 pm/ET, CBS), "Oversight," a gun-toting Bonnie Richmond (Shoshannah Stern) went out in a blaze of glory, fighting to save her family home. The image of Bonnie's big brother, Stanley — played by Brad Beyer — cradling his sister's lifeless corpse was a heartbreaker. Here, Beyer shares his thoughts on how Bonnie's death will propel Season 2's final episodes, the fabulous Alicia Coppola (who plays Mimi), a Jericho movie and why violence can sometimes be, well, funny.
TVGuide.com: To paraphrase the South Park guys: "They killed Bonnie!"Brad Beyer: I know. It was unbelievable.
TVGuide.com: What did you think when you read of Bonnie's fate?Beyer: I was very sad. Working with Shoshannah Stern has been one of the best experiences that Iread more