Wine tasting is about to go sour on this Sunday's Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
"We have to figure out how the multi-millionaire who bought one of the most expensive wines in the world ends up dead in his wine cellar," star Vincent D'Onofrio says of the episode, airing at 9/8c on USA.
Exclusive: Adrian Pasdar, Bryan Batt to guest-star on Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Mad Men alum Bryan Batt and former Heroes star Adrian Pasdar will guest-star in the episode as...
Law & Order: Criminal Intent has recruited Heroes alum Adrian Pasdar and former Mad Men actor Bryan Batt to guest-star on an upcoming episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Pasdar, 46, will play a wine collector named Mason Kent. Batt, 48, will portray a...
Sometimes a show just ain't the same once one of its key characters dies, leaves or gets otherwise written out. Think of the outrage when Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) packed up her stethoscope and left House's Princeton Plainsboro — and Chase — in her rear-view. There's been a hole in the heart of Brothers & Sisters since Walker sibling Tommy (Balthazar Getty) lost his mind and fled South of the Border. And who among us doesn't miss the smart ties and whipsmart repartee of art director Sal Romano (Bryan Batt) on Mad Men? Don't even get us started on the revolving door at Grey's Anatomy's Seattle Grace Hospital.
So if you had the power of TV-character reanimation, who would you bring back?
I'll go first. I miss the way Weeds' Conrad (Romany Malco) and Heylia (Tonye Patano) were able to rein in Nancy's more egotistical flights of fancy.
Now you. Which character(s) would you bring back?
By now I've learned that getting the super secretive Mad Men cast to confirm anything is impossible. Even so, I'm feeling fairly confident that before long we'll be seeing Bryan Batt back in '60s-era NYC as artistic director Salvatore Romano on the Emmy-winning AMC drama. Why am I feeling so positive? Well, in the past, every time I'd run in to Bryan and ask for an update on his status, he'd tell me quite sullenly that he's heard nada from anyone. Basically, he was getting on with his life. But at the Emmy Awards, Bryan was back with his cast and just seemed tickled — as if he knew something we didn't...
Another week, another Mad Men photo for us to overanalyze.
After releasing a promo poster last week featuring Don Draper (Jon Hamm) in an empty office, AMC has unveiled the Season 4 cast photo that may offer some insight into the new season. (Click here to see a larger version of the photo.)
What does the new Mad Men poster tell us?
Here's what we're thinking:
1. First and foremost ...