Former Prison Break star Jodi Lyn O'Keefe will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Los Angeles, TVLine reports.
O'Keefe is slated to play a central role in an episode titled "Angel's Knoll." No air date has been set.
On Tuesday's Sawyer-centric episode of Lost, UnLocke is sending The Talented Mr. Ford on a mission. From what we've heard, it involves lots of dead bodies and the introduction of a new character — this late in the game? — named Zoe (Sheila Kelley). Other notable guest stars in this hour include: Rebecca Mader, who plays the doomed Charlotte; Neil Hopkins, who plays Charlie's brother Liam; and Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (Prison Break), who plays another new character named Ava. An interesting mix, no?
I'll post a full recap later. In the meantime, please use this space to post your thoughts on "Recon."
Watch full episodes of Lost in our Online Video Guide or with our My TVGuide.com DVR and follow TVGuide.com on Twitter for more breaking news and scoop
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe is going from Prison Break bad girl to sitcom working girl, with a guest-starring turn on this Monday's The Big Bang Theory (8 pm/ET, CBS). O'Keefe gave us a look at exactly who of the Big Bangers she'll "do business" with, as well as shared a glimpse at her return to prison.
TVGuide.com: Had you seen The Big Bang Theory before?
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe: Oh yes. I'm [series creator] Chuck Lorre's biggest fan, and have been working with him my whole life. He usually brings me on to the shows that he's doing to either guest-star or recur. I couldn't be happier.
TVGuide.com: Right, you've been on Two and a Half Men...
O'Keefe: Twice, and I recurred on Dharma & Greg.... I adore Chuck — he is one of the funniest men in Hollywood. He really knows how to write.
TVGuide.com: Let's talk about Big Bang Theory's Mikayla.
O'Keefe: I'm a hooker ...
What happens in Vegas ... apparently will be played for maximum comic effect when the boys of The Big Bang Theory cross paths with Prison Break alumna Jodi Lyn O'Keefe.
In the CBS hitcom's April 27 episode, Leonard and Koothrappali escort a heartbroken Wolowitz to Las Vegas. There, O'Keefe boots the geeks' hard drives as Mikayla, a "working girl" — and not in the Melanie Griffith vein.
Warning: The following Q&A contains spoiler information from the Dec. 22 midseason finale of Prison Break.
Has Gretchen committed her last double cross? For now, yes. Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's season-and-a-half Prison Break run came to a close this week when the former Company operative took a bullet in the belly and got carted away by EMTs, never to be seen again — this season, at least. TVGuide.com spoke with O'Keefe about her admirably extended stint on the Fox series where, like 24, nobody is ever truly safe.
TVGuide.com: You made it pretty far; 28 episodes is pretty impressive on this show.
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe: To be a bad guy, yeah.
TVGuide.com: And to be a female.
O'Keefe: That's also true. I'll give myself extra credit for that!
TVGuide.com: Are you happy that they kept Gretchen alive? Do you think it was for a reason?
O'Keefe: Yeah, I do. At the beginning of the year it was touch-and-go. There even was an article about how ...